Last fall, the strongest storm ever to make landfall hit the Philippines, and caused truly catastrophic damage. Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Typhoon Yolanda) killed over four thousand people and left millions injured, homeless, or with severe ...
Over Memorial Day Weekend, the TAPS National Seminar and Good Grief Camp brought together over 3,000 family members of our nation’s fallen military heroes to share in a weekend of hope, courage, and love.
It is important to make a conscious effort to remember our past—to reflect on the history that has shaped our nation. Once the museum is open to the public later this week, I encourage everyone to attend.
Earlier this week, friend and Telos colleague Col. Dave Kovach (USAF, ret.) was inducted into the Air Force Cyberspace Operations and Support Hall of Fame for his lifelong commitment and service to the Air Force and communications career field.
It is an honor to play even a small role in helping members of the TAPS family heal and make new memories after the loss of their loved one. We could not be more proud to partner with the MSE Foundation and the Washington Capitals to raise funds and awareness for TAPS.
Hats and t-shirts are available for purchase at the Verizon Center in section 104, or online at www.washingtoncaps.com/courage.
In the first economic development announcement of his administration, Virginia Governor McAuliffe announced that Telos will receive a $500,000 grant from the Governor’s Opportunity Fund, add 160 new jobs in Virginia, and invest $5 million in modernizing our headquarters facility in Ashburn.