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The JC Spirit TriToons are some of the latest and greatest from the renowned luxury boating brand. The sleek black 262TT Sport is not your average boat, with the 25′ length allowing you spacious seating for up to 16, and a 200 horsepower engine to top it off. Make a splash on Lake Travis when you’re out enjoying the waves, and book the JC Spirit today.

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Length: 28′ Capacity: 18 or 3150lbs Seats Comfortably:18

The bold blue JC Spirit 282TT is guarunteed to make waves when you’re cruising Lake Travis with your friends and family. This 27′ tritoon has a luxurious interior perfect for lounging the day away, or you can utilize the 200 horsepower engine for a full day of wakeboarding or waterskiing. Don’t settle for anything less than the powerful, versatile JC Spirit Sport TriToon when you’re making plans on the lake.

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The tenacious tan JC Spirit 282TT is guarunteed to make waves when you’re cruising Lake Travis with your friends and family. This 27′ tritoon has a luxurious interior perfect for lounging the day away, or you can utilize the 200 horsepower engine for a full day of wakeboarding or waterskiing. Don’t settle for anything less than the powerful, versatile JC Spirit Sport TriToon when you’re making plans on the lake.

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Length: 24′ 4″ Capacity: 13 or 1800lbs Seats Comfortably:10-13 Engine: 150hp 4-stroke Yamaha

The Bennington 24SSRX is your ideal tri-toon boat for flying across Lake Travis in style. This head turning watercraft is outfitted with a gorgeous interior for that luxury feel, and hydraulic power steering for ease of use no matter how much experience you have. For high class versatility, this Bennington will entertain all your friends whether you’re fishing, skiing or just lounging on the water.

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Capacity: 10 or 1800lbs Seats Comfortably:10 Engine: Yamaha F90

You won’t find a nicer, newer pontoon rental on Lake Travis — especially at this price! Perfect for cruising around the lake in luxury. Includes bimini top, illuminated speakers, reclining captain’s chair, chaise lounge, and portable cup holders.

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Length: 23′ 10″ Capacity: 13 or 1838lbs Seats Comfortably:13

Our newest high endTRITOON! Has a double lounger so you can watch your friends enjoy the lake. Only pontoons on the lake that you can pull someone on a tube, knee board or skis! With the bigger engine and higher buoyancy of a tritoon you are able to pulla rider unlike any other pontoons on the lake! Enjoy the benefits of a pontoon, but the speed and fun of a ski boat! Features – AM/FM BluetoothStereo, Plush Wrap Around Seating w/Contoured Lay backs, Table, Bimini Top, Rear Boarding Ladder, Ski Tow. Comfortably seats13 Adults!

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army will not meet its mission to elastic waistband cropped trousers Blue Jil Sander 1jUBcR0Py1
this year and has officially lowered that goal. But Army leaders said the service has been able to encourage more experienced service members to stay on the job to satisfy a growing demand for troops.

Army Sgt. Maj. Daniel Dailey said Friday that the updated goal will be 76,500. Six months into the recruiting year, the service has brought in just 28,000 new soldiers.

Dailey said the goal is to grow the Army to 483,500, as approved by Congress, and it’s up to the Army whether to use more recruiting or re-enlistment. He said that retaining current soldiers has been more successful this year than in the past, with 86 percent staying on, compared with 81 percent in previous years.

Army Secretary Mark Esper wants to make sure that experts are taking a holistic approach when evaluating a waiver for what might have otherwise barred a potential soldier from service.

By: Meghann Myers

Army Secretary Mark Esper said there is a mismatch between the number of soldiers in the Army and the demand for more troops, and acknowledged that the “strong economy does make it challenging.” He said, however, that the Army will not sacrifice quality for quantity and that standards will not be lowered to meet recruiting goals.

The struggle to meet this year’s higher recruiting numbers — a significant increase over last year’s mission of 69,000 — was expected, mainly due to the favorable American economy and increased competition from private sector employers who are able to pay graduates more money.

Counseling sessions from their time as military dependents could prevent children from following their parents' path to service.

By: Karen Jowers

Maj. Gen. Jeff Snow, head of the Army’s recruiting command, predicted late last year that the higher enlistment goal would be difficult to meet, considering economic factors and the military’s need for recruits to pass strict physical testing that many young people can’t complete.

“This mission is going to be a significant challenge for the command,” he told The Associated Press in December. Meeting the increased mission this year, Snow said, could force the Army to take in more recruits who would require waivers for marijuana use, low test scores or other more basic health issues.

Asked if the Army has approved more waivers so far this year, Esper and Dailey said they didn’t know totals. The Army has historically kept and provided detailed data on waivers.

“The numbers don’t tell the whole story,” Dailey said, adding that waivers require the Army to take a closer look at a recruit who may have had a legal problem when they were younger, smoked pot, or has had some type of heath problem. The issue could range from simple colorblindness to an arrest.

But in December, Snow said his goal for 2017 was to have fewer than 2 percent of the new recruits be considered “category four,” meaning they scored 31 or less, out of 99, on the aptitude test. Esper said Friday that he had directed that the Army not exceed the 2 percent limit, even though the Defense Department allows up to 4 percent.

The Army's struggle to find physically fit recruits is even more challenging in these states.