Author Archives: Tom O'Hanlan

TITLE
CEO

BEFORE SEALEVEL
Virginia Tech, BS in Electrical Engineering

HOMETOWN
Waynesboro, VA

FUN FACTS
Proud grandfather, bass player, budding tree farmer

Raspberry Pi Feeds the IoT and Maker Trends

“Mugsy is the coffee maker of your dreams,” according to a recent Hackster.io blog discussing the IoT device. Mugsy configures grind size, water temperature and even bean-based brew settings using cloud computing and machine learning. Unfortunately, Mugsy is not available at Bed, Bath and Beyond: caffeine connoisseurs need one Raspberry Pi (not the food) and […]

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Long Live the King: Music Legend B.B. King

The music world lost a legend today. B.B. King worked harder, played more gigs, and probably influenced more would-be musicians, world-wide than anyone else, ever. He will be missed. I went to his hometown museum in Indianola, MS. It was so moving, seeing and hearing about all the good he had done for folks. I […]

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Electronics Changing Health Care

Sealevel’s founder and CEO, Tom O’Hanlan, wrote an article that recently appeared in the editorial column of “The Greenville News”. Electronic Medical Records are changing medicine for the better as you will see in the article republished here The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) will affect every patient in this country. The EMR is a digital […]

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Wounded Warriors Benefit

Come see the legendary Charlie Daniels Band at the Wounded Warrior Benefit this weekend at SenecaFest in Seneca, South Carolina. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in advance at www.tixonline.com or at Seneca City Hall. The concert is Saturday, May 25 at Gignilliant Field. Gates open at 5pm with a portion of the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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JCOC Final Thoughts: How Can We Help?

I had the honor of participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) last month. The program is sponsored by the Secretary of Defense for civilian public opinion leaders interested in growing their knowledge of the military and national defense issues. JCOC is the oldest existing DoD outreach program having been held more than 81 times since its inception in 1948. Read on to see photos from my trip in our Facebook photo gallery and read more from my day-by-day journal of the trip.

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JCOC Days 5 & 6: Coast Guard Gumby Suits & Walter Reed Intrepid Rehab

I had the honor of participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) last month. The program is sponsored by the Secretary of Defense for civilian public opinion leaders interested in growing their knowledge of the military and national defense issues. JCOC is the oldest existing DoD outreach program having been held more than 81 times since its inception in 1948. Read on to see photos from my trip in our Facebook photo gallery and read more from my day-by-day journal of the trip.

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JCOC Day 4: Lewis-McChord, Stryker Vehicles and a Fire

I had the honor of participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) last month. The program is sponsored by the Secretary of Defense for civilian public opinion leaders interested in growing their knowledge of the military and national defense issues. JCOC is the oldest existing DoD outreach program having been held more than 81 times since its inception in 1948. Read on to see photos from my trip in our Facebook photo gallery and read more from my day-by-day journal of the trip.

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JCOC Day 3: Marine Recruit Entry Station and Camp Pendleton

I had the honor of participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) last month. The program is sponsored by the Secretary of Defense for civilian public opinion leaders interested in growing their knowledge of the military and national defense issues. JCOC is the oldest existing DoD outreach program having been held more than 81 times since its inception in 1948. Read on to see photos from my trip in our Facebook photo gallery and read more from my day-by-day journal of the trip.

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JCOC Day 2: Coronado and the USS Makin Island

I had the honor of participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) last month. The program is sponsored by the Secretary of Defense for civilian public opinion leaders interested in growing their knowledge of the military and national defense issues. JCOC is the oldest existing DoD outreach program having been held more than 81 times since its inception in 1948. Read on to see photos from my trip in our Facebook photo gallery and read more from my day-by-day journal of the trip.

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JCOC Day 1: The Pentagon, Andrews AFB and Nellis AFB

I had the honor of participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) last month. The program is sponsored by the Secretary of Defense for civilian public opinion leaders interested in growing their knowledge of the military and national defense issues. JCOC is the oldest existing DoD outreach program having been held more than 81 times since its inception in 1948. Read on to see photos from my trip in our Facebook photo gallery and read more from my day-by-day journal of the trip.

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