After dodging bullets while helping to guard troops overseas, a member of the military is coming out of retirement to serve on the gritty streets of New York. Caeser, a 4-year-old German shepherd who has served three tours of duty overseas, will be patrolling the New York City subways with… read more →
On December 31, the Anson County Sheriff’s Department and a K2 Solutions, Inc. trained canine named “Intra” assisted U.S. Marshals in the search and capture of Randy Scott Prevatte, 42, who was on the run from officials with a federal probation violation warrant.
She’s a combat veteran, who served two tours with the Marines in Afghanistan. And these days, she spends her time at the Pentagon – doing exactly what she did in the war zone – sniffing out bombs.
November 21st, 2013 we remember the 43rd anniversary of Operation Ivory Coast, the Son Tay Raid. Watch this video featuring CSM(R) Joseph Lupyak who talks about his participation in the Raid.
On Friday, September 6, 2013, K2 Solutions, Inc. hosted its 4th Annual SOWF Golf Tournament at the Country Club of North Carolina. $148,000 was raised for this important charity, which provides scholarship grants to the children and families of Special Operations Warfighters killed or injured in the line of military or training duty.
K2 Solutions, Inc. will hold its first annual Working Dog Competition November 17-20 at the K2 Canine Training Center in Derby, North Carolina. The three-day competition will be a hard fought contest among top working dog teams in the country.
SOUTHERN PINES (Oct. 3, 2013) — Twenty years ago, American Forces conducted one of the largest special operations raids since Son Tay. The Battle of Mogadishu lasted two days, and our forces suffered almost 100 casualties, some would be captured on video and televised around the world. We have veterans of those two days among us here at K2, and many of us lost friends and comrades during the battle.