Georgia sends a lot of recruits to the military and they are among the lowest quality of individuals who enlist, according to an analysis by the Department of Defense.
By Guest Columnist JOE COOK, Georgia River Network guidebook author and freelance journalist
Titanium. When a German scientist isolated the element in 1795, he named it to honor the fanciful tales of the Titans, the giants that once ruled the Earth in Greek mythology.
Of all the “gee whiz, Georgia’s great” economic stories, the aerospace and defense sector stands out – The United States ranks No. 1 in the world and Georgia ranks No. 2 in the nation, and Georgia’s education system has the capacity to help workers into transition the jobs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, two recent reports show.