We just couldn't conduct the competition so we had to call itPlay suspended at the Houston Open Apr 02, 2009
The purpose of the SORDS is to develop advanced nuclear detectors that can determine the type and location of radiation sources at much greater distances than current technologiesRaytheon awarded phase II for SORDS tech Jul 10, 2008
Protecting defense systems from inadvertent or malicious operator actions is vitally importantRaytheon to evaluate new assurance tech Jun 19, 2008
Our team's process of directly growing a semiconductor compound on a uniquely engineered silicon substrate provides a technical approach that is creating a new class of integrated circuits that will be more affordable for our Defense Department customersRaytheon demos new circuits for COSMOS May 13, 2008
These advanced training devices give our soldiers unique training for the Bradley Fighting Vehicles in urban operationsBAE wins new Bradley BATS training deal Apr 02, 2008
Mark Russell (born August 23, 1932 in Buffalo, New York) is an American political satirist/comedian. He also sings and plays the piano.
Mark Russell was born Mark Ruslander (he changed his name for stage purposes) and grew up in Buffalo, New York where he graduated from Canisius High School. After high school, his family moved briefly to Florida, then moved to Washington, D.C., where he enrolled at George Washington University, but stayed for only a month. He then joined the Marines.
Russell is most famous for his series of PBS specials, aired live at least four times a year between 1975 and 2004. His comedy specials were a mix of political stand-up comedy covering current events and musical parodies, in which Russell accompanied himself on his trademark piano. Russell's song parodies use melodies from old standards with new humorous lyrics pertinent to the subject matter.