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M3 Technology Salutes Veterans

November 11, 2014
Veteran's Day
Veteran's Day

M3 Technology is a proud partner in support of US Troops and their allies around the world.  With 15 years of service, M3 Technology is dedicated to providing support for those who serve.  Today we recognize and thank all those who sacrifice so much in defense of our nation.  M3 offers this salute to the US Military and its Veterans and thanks them and their families for their service.

Happy Veteran’s Day to all those who have served.


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15 Years of Service

December 8, 2013
United in Service
United in Service

M3 Technology was founded on December 8, 1998, and for the past 15 years the men and women of the company have faithfully served our customers.  The ownership, management and employees of the organization extend our thanks and appreciation to all those who have helped make M3 the world’s premier Aerospace & Defense Solutions Company.  From our customers, suppliers and industry partners to all of the talented individuals who have shaped and molded this company, we are in your debt.

Since 1998, M3 Technology has expanded from a small distributor of electronics components to a globe-spanning Aerospace & Defense Solutions provider; offering advanced inventory management, supply chain and logistics capabilities.  From the desert sands of Iraq to the jungles of Colombia, M3 Technology has steadfastly supported customers around the world.  Working closely with the US Government, allies, and industry leaders, the M3 Technology team has provided service second to none, and crafted innovative solutions to meet and exceed our customers’ requirements.  With dedicated customer service professionals, AOG support, and a robust world-wide supplier base, M3 Technology has been and remains the superior choice.

In the past several years, M3 Technology has continued its evolution, purchasing a dedicated 27,000 Sq. Ft. facility in Bellport, NY, investing heavily in new inspection and testing equipment, and developing a first-class team of industry experts.  With exceptional training and recruitment efforts, M3 Technology continues to attract and forge the most talented team in the industry.  As we have for the past 15 years, M3 Technology stands ready to meet all challenges.  We thank you for your support, and look forward to a bright and prosperous future.


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Holiday Schedule through the New Year

December 19, 2011
M3 Technology
M3 Technology

With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, M3 Technology has published its holiday schedule for the coming week.  The offices of M3 Technology will be closed from Monday December 26th through Friday December 30th. and will re-open on Monday January 2nd.  During that time, please communicate with your usual points of contact via email and they will respond as soon as possible; or if the issue requires immediate attention, please copy your request to info@m3-tec.com, which will be monitored at all times.  We thank you for your understanding as our staff enjoys the holiday weekend with family and friends.  From all of us here at M3 Technology, Happy Holidays.

Moving Day

Construction has continued along the anticipated schedule, and over the next week, M3 Technology will begin moving into its new facility.  Effective January 2nd, M3 Technology will begin operations in the new building.  Please update your records accordingly, as our new address will be 58 Sawgrass Dr.  Bellport, NY 11713.  Our phone number and fax will remain the same.  For any questions related to the move, please email us at info@m3-tec.com, or call us at 631-205-0005.

M3 Technology is a woman-owned small business serving the Aerospace, Defense, Electronics and Automotive Industries.  As The Aerospace & Defense Solutions company, M3 Technology draws on a world-wide supplier base to meet the requirements of customer around the globe in the military, government, commercial, and private sectors.  For more information, email us at info@m3-tec.com or visit our website – www.m3-tec.com.


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Resolve, Integrity, and Justice

May 3, 2011
9-11-01
9-11-01

For years, Long Island has dwelt in the shadow of New York City and its majestic skyline. Nearly a decade ago that skyline was shattered, devastated by the twisted aims of one evil man and his cohorts. In the space of one September day, thousands of lives were destroyed, and millions subjected to the worst horrors of losing a loved one or friend. For firefighters and police officers, office workers and executives, New York became a war zone that day, and destruction reigned. Amid the terror and the chaos, heroes stepped forward. The great spirit of America emerged, scarred and battered, but stronger and more united than ever before. America faced her enemies with indomitable resolve.

For ten years now the great struggle has been waged, from the rugged peaks and valleys of Afghanistan, to the harsh desert of Iraq, and around the world. American troops and their allies have waged a tireless struggle against the enemy responsible for the most heinous attack ever committed against American citizens. Thousands have perished and suffered wounds in that struggle, and each and every citizen of the United States is indebted to those brave men and women, along with their family and loved ones. Day in and day out, they face a foe bent on their destruction, and the elimination of all they have sworn to defend. With each battle, these men and woman have engaged an opponent who long ago surrendered their honor, their humanity, and their integrity.

In spite of all the hardships, progress has been made. In the face of the suffering of so many, freedom has slowly gained strength around the globe. Order and security, peace and prosperity, while still so fragile, have begun to take hold. The perpetrators of that terrible attack ten years ago are being rounded up and neutralized one by one; and finally this past week, Osama Bin Laden, the architect of this Global War of Terror was eliminated. After a decade of pain, suffering, and service, a few dedicated troops eradicated a great evil from this world. The war is not over, wrong-doing not driven from the globe, but a tremendous step toward a more peaceful planet has been taken. For the family and friends whose loved ones perished on September 11th and all the dark days since; and for all those who gave so much, and continue to suffer the effects of their sacrifice, the elimination of one man can never restore what they have lost. No amount of vengeance can heal the wounds he inflicted; no victory in a far off land can turn back the hands of time. In one night however, the men and woman of the armed forces of the United States sought out and destroyed one evil man, and decapitated the head of a world-wide terror network. With deliberate and heroic action, one despicable man has been brought to justice.


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Leadership

February 19, 2011
Washington--Lincoln
Washington--Lincoln

This Monday, Americans will celebrate President’s Day. For many this is a day off from work, and an opportunity for great shopping deals, and for time with the family. We should not forget just what is celebrated this day, which the Presidents were, what they accomplished, and what they risked.

It is a celebration of Leadership, that defining character of the great and noble. It is the celebration of those who, when faced with a challenge, did not shirk, did not pass the burden on to another, but embraced it. These men braved the greatest trials our nation has endured, and inspired those around them to greatness and honor. From Lincoln’s words at Gettysburg to Washington’s steadfast refusal to seize power for personal gain, these men led their nation from the brink of disaster in fulfillment of its great promise.

On this day, remember not just those leaders who have graced the White House and the nation’s executive office; remember all those who take on the mantle of leadership. Remember the doctors and teachers, the sailors and soldiers, the astronauts and parents guiding this nation, and the entire world forward. These are the men and woman who run into the fire when lives are at stake, it is the people who risk their lives, their fortune, and their well-being for what is right. These are the people who dedicate themselves to created and preserving a better world for all. They are selfless and dedicated; they protect, and nurture, an they guide those around them to greatness. Leadership exists every day, all around us, and must be celebrated and recognized.

Leadership is not just a title, not an office, or a collection of responsibilities. It is not always recorded in the annals of history, it is not always preserved in monument and song; but its legacy will always live on. The effect of Lincoln, of Washington, Kennedy, Roosevelt and all the others endures; their ideals and struggles resound through the ages. In the same way, each of us has the opportunity to effect change every bit as lasting and significant. Will your actions today inspire those around you? Will they solve a great riddle, or overcome an obstacle? Will they show someone the way, and will you plant the seed of leadership in someone else today?

Monday is President’s Day. Make sure it is a celebration of leadership in all its forms, and make sure that the great work of all those who have come before is carried on.


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Infamy and Hope

December 7, 2010
Arizona Memorial
Arizona Memorial

December 7th, 1941 has truly lived on in infamy, and there is no doubt that this disastrous day will long be remembered here in the United States and around the world.  Look no further than the nearest veteran’s association, and the hundreds of memorial services that will take place this week in remembrance of that tragic day.

On that Sunday morning, evil struck a blow against the United States and against the forces of freedom and liberty.  On that day, thousands died and the world was changed forever.  While many made the ultimate sacrifice that winter morning, and millions perished in the World’s most desperate struggle, they certainly did not die in vain.  That December, unwillingly, and in terrible fashion, the United States of America joined the fight against the forces of evil.  With the help of allies around the world, World War II was eventually brought to a close and the Axis Powers defeated.

It is important to remember just what was accomplished though.  The people of Japan were not defeated in that fight; instead they were liberated.  As much as any conquered nation the citizens of Japan were subjugated to the rule of a few powerful individuals in the halls of power, and their nation led down a path of deceit, destruction, and despair.  When Imperial Japan surrendered, the Japanese people were liberated as surely as Paris when the French returned; or the Philippines upon MacArthur’s famous return.

From the smoke of Pearl Harbor, and the ashes of a thousand other battlefields around the world, hope arose.  Millions suffered, and countless young men and woman gave their lives on both sides of the battle line, but when the dust settled and the fog of war lifted, it was to a new world.  Evil and wrong doing did not disappear, but a great blow was struck for  justice and freedom.

At the very heart of the struggle, and in the surest sign of the new world, America and Japan have emerged as the strongest of partners.  The most terrible attacks either nation have ever endured occurred during the the Second World War, and each side bore the responsibility for thousands of dead on each side, and yet, in just a few short decades, America and Japan now count each other as friends and allies.

On December 7th, 1941 evil visited American soil.  By the fall of 1945, after unleashing the full strength of its arsenal, and visiting unfathomable destruction upon its enemies, evil was vanquished from Japan.  In its place, though scarred and battered, hope and friendship emerged.


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Happy Birthday to the US Marine Corp

November 10, 2010
US Marines
US Marines

As originally posted on The White House blog and the Department of Defense blog

Happy Birthday to the United States Marine Corps

Posted by Admiral Mike Mullen on November 10, 2010 at 11:00 AM EST

Cross posted from the Department of Defense blog.

For 235 years, United States Marines have earned a privileged place in our hearts. For we know that when there is a tough job to do, we can “send in the Marines,” knowing that they will get the job done.

From Iwo Jima to Inchon, from Khe Sanh to Kandahar, Marines have always been ready to respond whenever and wherever the Nation calls…prepared to meet any challenge or foe…from sea to shore and beyond.

As long as the world is an unstable place, Marines will continue to fight and prevail with the high standards befitting their title…and with the spirit of the Corps that is in the DNA of every warrior privileged to wear the eagle, globe, and anchor.

To every Marine I say thank you. Thank you for your willingness to make the most profound commitment someone can make — to dedicate yourself completely to your service and your country. I also want to extend a special thanks to your families as well. The Marine Corps simply couldn’t be what it is without the extraordinary love and support of our Marine Corps families.

This week, in gatherings large and small, you will come together to honor the rich heritage of the Corps and the proud legacy of the Marines who have gone before you. On this occasion, a grateful Nation commends your service and joins you in celebration. 
On behalf of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Happy Birthday and Semper Fidelis!

Admiral Mike Mullen is Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff


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September 11th

September 11, 2010
9-11-01
9-11-01

On September 11, 2001 the world changed. Evil revealed itself in the skies over America, and left its scars in Pennsylvania, at the World Trade Center, and at the Pentagon. On that day nine years ago, the world reeled in shock and horror at the unprecedented villainy which claimed so many lives. On that day of ultimate treachery, the worst of mankind stood in stark contrast with the best. On that day when fanatics and zealots unleashed their attacks, heroes and champions rushed to the fore, and ran toward the flames, into the smoke, and toward those in need. Many died saving the victims of these attacks, and many still deal with the abuse their bodies took that day.

Today, their legacy and memory is carried on around the world. In America’s ports and transportation hubs, at the borders, and on the sea, men and woman still serve freedom and protect this nation from attack. Overseas, in Afghanistan, Iraq, and around the globe American and allied troops fight in defense of freedom; while once-shattered nations are rebuilt around them.

September 11, 2001 was a day of tragedy, terror and fear. September 11, 2010 should be a day of remembrance, and mourning; but also a day of thanks, and one where we must remember all those who perished in harms way, those who worked to save them, and all those who are working to create a world where there will never be another day like September 11, 2001.


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Responsibility and Leadership

July 6, 2010
Flag & Soldier
Flag & Soldier

The latest from the Three Star Leadership Blog.

With the Fourth of July fresh in our minds, it is always easy to recall history’s successes, its triumphs, and celebrations.  Tougher to recall are the dangers, the trials, and the tribulations.  In the summer of 1944, the United States and its allies undertook a tremendous risk, and placed thousands of men in harm’s way for what was a carefully calculated gamble.

The burden of responsibility was assumed by General Dwight Eisenhower, and his legacy as an effective leader was forged through the fires of war.  Each day, leaders around the world are asked to do the same, and time and again, nothing less than excellence is expected of them.  Only history will decide if they will live up to the examples set by General Eisenhower and others.


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Memorial Day

May 31, 2010
Flag & Soldier
Flag & Soldier

M3 Technology is dedicated to supporting all of the men and women serving freedom around the globe. Today we take the time to remember all those who have given their “last full measure of devotion,” in support of this country and its ideals. Today we honor all the troops who have fallen, from the green fields of Gettysburg to the hellish beaches of Normandy; from the bleak despair of a winter camp at Valley Forge to the blistering heat of the Iraqi desert. The nature of war has changed greatly over the centuries, but its face, and its cost remain the same, and today we dedicate ourselves to the memory of that priceless cost, those young lives taken far too soon, and today we remain true to that great task for which they gave their all, and guarantee that their sacrifice shall not have been in vain.