The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Whiteville equips students with the technical skills they need to be successful in the workforce and in life. Carter Hosey and Logan McCommon, Industrial Maintenance Students at TCAT Whiteville, got a chance to prove this at the National Skills USA Competition, held in Louisville, Kentucky. With the guidance of their instructor, Joshua Mobley, Carter and Logan won first place in the Robotics: Search and Rescue competition at the state level in March. This qualified the two students to go on to the National Skills USA Competition in June 2018, offering them the opportunity to compete against technical students from all over the United States. Carter and Logan had to build and program a remote controlled robot that could retrieve objects from a building. The dynamic duo won silver, second place, at the National Skills USA Competition. The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Whiteville wants to congratulate Carter Hosey, Logan McCommon, and their Instructor, Joshua Mobley, on their hard work and great success!