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Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
Forest Glen, MD

On September 7, 2001, just days before a terrorist attack on the Pentagon and in NY, there was the Dedication Ceremony of the Daniel K. Inouye Building at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and Naval Medical Research Center.  One of the major roles the WRAIR/NMRC center will have is in developing cures and counter-measures for biological weapons, such as Anthrax.

At the reception, CIC president Rick Shaddock had the honor to meet top Army and Navy officers, and to shake hands (left) with Senator Inouye of Hawaii, a man who literally gave his right arm for his country in World War II.
http://www.senate.gov/~inouye/bio.html

Since 1993, CIC has helped the Institute of Research with it's contact management software, first converting them from a dBase system.  This software helps improve the health of all mankind by: organizing the names of physicians and researchers facilitating correspondence synchronizing between research institutions worldwide scheduling medical research projects funded by the military

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research served many of the soldiers who were injured in the attack on the Pentagon.  WRAIR works to counter the actions of terrorists and their biological weapons.

News: Walter Reed Army Doctors working on anthrax treatment

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Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Washington, DC

Since 1993, CIC has helped the Institute of Research with it's contact management software, first converting them from a dBase system.  This software helps improve the health of all mankind by: organizing the names of physicians and researchers facilitating correspondence synchronizing between research institutions worldwide scheduling medical research projects funded by the military.

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U.S. Army National Guard

Computer hardware sales, consulting, programming, and training.

 

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CIC is also privileged to be helping General Barry McCaffrey, who was a 4 star General in the Army, commanding U.S. forces in Vietnam and the Persian Gulf War.  As the chief "Drug Policy Czar" he reported directly to President Clinton.  General McCaffrey now has his own drug policy consulting and research company.  He is also involved with leadership of the U.S. Olympic Committee. 

General McCaffrey keeps in contact with some of the most well known and important leaders in the world.  For example, it is common for his office to write President Bush or Secretary of State Colin L. Powell.  General McCaffrey and his assistant seem very pleased with Rick's service, introducing him as a computer genius.  This support is assisting in combating the most insidious threats to our nation's health, drugs and terrorism.

General McCaffrey has been a frequent source of advice to US policy makers, and speaker on CNN for his knowledge in combating terrorism.

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U.S. Army Ft. Belvoir

C I Corporation also provided Window NT and Microsoft Office instruction for 40 U.S. Army civilian pesonnel from Fort Belvoir. 

  • Introduction to Windows NT
  • Advanced Windows NT Administration

The training was performed at CICorporation's computer classroom in Crystal City.

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U.S. Army Reserve: Nancy Landreville


Nancy
Landreville was recently chosen by the U.S. Army to provide Microsoft Project instruction.   Nancy also serves in the US Army Reserves as a legal assistant, and computer consultant. Nancy has an amazing range of capabilities, from being a cum laude student to Black Belt in Karate.

Nancy is one of CIC's instructors in a wide variety of database software, and Visual Basic programming.


U.S. Army Materiel Command

Rick provided FoxPro training

5001 Eisenhower Avenue
Alexandria, VA

 

 

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Fort Detrick

Rick provided training in WordPerfect
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Pentagon

Rick has taught over 1000 staff at the Pentagon in computer software


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