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The Yellowstone hotspot has had a much bigger effect over a larger area with more energy than ever expectedYellowstone volcanic hotspot studied Mar 01, 2007
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DRC is pleased to continue its support of the Air Force through the delivery of mission-critical services to the Aeronautical Systems Center, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Air Force Research Laboratory, and other key Air Force organizationsDRC to support Aeronautical Systems Center Sep 01, 2009
DRC is pleased to participate in this leading-edge program, and looks forward to supporting the Air Force Depots with the full range of our technical capabilitiesDRC to support C-5, KC-135 programs Oct 27, 2009
Robert Scott Smith (born March 4, 1972 in Euclid, Ohio) is a former American football running back who played with the Ohio State Buckeyes and later with the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL. While in college, he openly criticized the Ohio State football staff for not allowing him to concentrate on academics. He declared for the NFL draft shortly after his sophomore year (counting his redshirt his third academic year) leaving many of his fans perplexed. (He also starred in track and field while at Ohio State. Smith is the only player to ever win Ohio's Mr. Football Award twice (in 1988 and 1989).
Smith was selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round (21st overall) of the 1993 NFL Draft. Although he suffered from a number of ailments in his first few seasons, he finally broke through in 1997, gaining 1,266 yards. Smith's finest year as a pro came in the 2000 season, leading the NFC in rushing with 1,521 yards. He retired at the end of the season, despite being at the peak of his career.
In eight NFL seasons, Smith rushed for 6,818 yards and 32 touchdowns, along with 178 receptions for 1,292 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also returned 1 punt for 4 yards and 19 kickoffs for a total of 460 yards. Smith wore number 20 as a rookie in 1993, but switched to number 26 when it became available in 1994 and wore it until his retirement.