Posted on Nov 11, 2016
John Kesel has been our Academic Account Manager here at EMA for about eight years. He is responsible for supplying all colleges and universities with our software products and ensuring their success. John is a former veteran of the US Army (Army Security Agency), serving as a Specialist 5/ E5 from 1975-1978. We are so glad we were able to chat with John about his time in the service and how it has influenced the person he is today. Thank you for your service, John.
Posted on Nov 11, 2016
In this Veteran Spotlight, we have David Lane, who has worked here at EMA for over eight years. David is a teleBusiness Representative, who calls all warm leads. This includes those who download our demo software, signup for our web demos, and then qualifies them for all the Account Managers in the office. During his time in the military, he served as a Seargent in the Air Force from 1976-1980.
Posted on Nov 11, 2016
To commemorate the end of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11th Armistice Day- a day to recognize the armistice truce signed between the Allies of WWI and Germany. After World War II the term "Armistice" was replaced with "Veteran" to recognize all of those who have served in the military, not just those who had served in WWI. Today of all days, we want to thank all men and women for their dedication and the sacrifices they made in order to ensure our country's safety.
Posted on Oct 27, 2016
The military is known as a leading innovator in electronic technology. From WWI up to present day, military technological innovations have paved the way for consumer products. Thomas Edison and his Naval Consulting board were some of the first major innovators in the electronics field. Edison and his team worked on projects to help solve military problems and aid in warfare. PCBs became a fundamental tool for military operations including navigation, missiles, and surveillance along with communication equipment. As time progressed, standards began to increase and military equipment requirements expanded to include high-density, rugged, and reliable products.

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