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Momentum Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab is a successful group of Outpatient Orthopedic facilities looking for a motivated individual to join our team as a full time LEAD Physical Therapist for our Floresville location. We provide a friendly, positive environment while delivering high quality care to our patients and are looking for someone who shares the same work ethic. We are seeking: Graduate from an accredited college with an APTA curriculum. Outpatient orthopedic experience within a private clinic or hospital preferred. Current state of Texas license, CPR certification. Outgoing and energetic personality. We offer a competitive total compensation package including base salary plus sign on Bonus! We also offer an individual incentive plan, as well as a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, disability, life and a 401(k) plan, in addition to other outstanding benefits such as continuing education reimbursement and Paid Time Off. *2014 Practice of the Year from Advance Physical Therapy. *2013-2016 Top Workplace from San Antonio Express News. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.
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‘Atomic tourists’ converge on Trinity Site ahead of 70th anniversary

‘Atomic tourists’ converge on Trinity Site ahead  of 70th anniversary
Photo by Martin Kufus — A dark-masonry obelisk marks “ground zero” at Trinity, open here on April 4, 2015. Next to the obelisk, a rough piece of concrete and some metal stick out of the soil — the remains of the 100-foot steel tower. Nearby, an empty atomic-bomb casing is displayed on a trailer; the “Fat Man,” dropped on Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945, was the prototype for this MKIII bomb (circa 1947-50). Half of the MKIII’s fully armed weight was a 5,000-pound sphere of high explosive encasing a plutonium core; onboard radar would trigger it in freefall at a set altitude.

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Martin Kufus
WCN Exclusive
July 15, 2015

Seventy years ago, minutes before dawn, a blinding man-made sun rose terrifyingly 27 miles from San Antonio, N.M., a small, Rio Grande town south of Albuquerque.  . . .

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Martin Kufus  
White Sands Missile Range, NM  
February 1 at 2:55pm
A Russian-language version of this Trinity Site feature, translated from a recent revision of my July 2015 WCN contribution, can be viewed at my Russian–English website, at Every RU story has... More ›

Senior Citizen  
Wilson County  
July 15, 2015 9:10pm
Who knew ... "San Antonio, N. Mexico???"

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