Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s approximately 0.5% short from closing the gap between its current price of about $558.2 and the value at the start of the year. However, the company has been constantly bringing up new features to their current software and hardware utilities, many of which have been picked and implemented by smaller companies and organizations. FOX gave us the possibility to get acquainted with the US heroes and their endeavors in the military interventions far out in the Middle East. Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s implication can be considered marginal as the company did not have to dedicate much effort for the cause, but the results are overwhelming.
“We’re very proud to have even play even the smallest role in helping get these stories out through the museum [The 9/11 Memorial]. We are using our technology called Google Tour Builder. We’re enabling Green Beret and other service members to tell their stories and the places that they happened,” said Google Veterans Network Founder Carrie Laureno.
About one month ago it was made public that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Glass can be used to ameliorate the day to day procedures that law enforcers in United Arab Emirates have to undertake. The story about Green Berets is of a different nature, but aim at a similar simplification of doing their job in helping veterans and their families. Scott Neil was a special guest at the show, representing those that fought for the US. His story in Afghanistan is almost 2 years long in two periods of 9 months and 1 year afterwards. He said that most of the troops have done heroic things despite they did not consider themselves as heroes and most of them are thankful to Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) for its support.
“Right after 9/11, of course we were on a training exercise when 9/11 happened, so we were ready to go instantly. We deployed in a short base area and there were multiple teams that came in from multiple directions,” said Retired Green Beret Scott Neil.
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is not expected to gain much from this collaboration, but it hints at the fact that many other companies can find it convenient to use the tech mogul’s help in managing their activities.
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