View post tag: Engine Gulf of Aden: Italian Frigate Scirocco Assists Tug Amid Engine Troubles Share this article View post tag: Aden July 3, 2012 View post tag: Navy View post tag: Gulf View post tag: Assists View post tag: Naval On the morning of June 28th 2012, EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Italian Frigate Scirocco provided technical assistance to a tug type vessel which experienced an engine failure while sailing in international waters in the Gulf of Aden.In the evening on the 27th of June, ITS Scirocco was conducting a patrolling mission in the Gulf of Aden along the International Recommended Transit Corridor when the Task Force Commander tasked her to divert in assistance of a vessel reporting major engine problems.After reaching the position of the vessel and establishing communication with the vessel’s Master, ITS Scirocco ensured the safety and security of the ship before sending on board, with the first morning light, a team of specialists to investigate the engine failure and ready to provide other assistance. As the failure could not be repaired at sea due to the unavailability of spare parts, the Master of the ship declared a rescue tug would be sent from Aden in the following hours. ITS Scirocco resumed her patrolling mission, always ensuring a high level of readiness to intervene in protection of vessels sailing in the Gulf of Aden.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, July 3, 2012; Image: Eunavfor Back to overview,Home naval-today Gulf of Aden: Italian Frigate Scirocco Assists Tug Amid Engine Troubles View post tag: Italian View post tag: SCIROCCO View post tag: Amid View post tag: Frigate Authorities View post tag: Troubles View post tag: Tug View post tag: News by topic
App Supports Healthy Hoosier Families, Fights Infant MortalityAPRIL 21ST, 2019 AMANDA PORTER INDIANA0 Twitter Hoosier mothers can now text a cell phone app for information on services for a healthy pregnancy and child.The Mom’s Helpline texting service is a tool lawmakers say can help fight to reduce Indiana infant mortality rate. Mom’s helpline specialist are certified insurance navigators who can enroll callers in health insurance programs including medicaid.Users can receive referrals through a text reply providing a link to services.Access the MOMS Helpline by text message at 844-666-7898 for English and 844-737-6262 for Spanish. CommentsFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
New Delhi: It’s been four days to the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League Final, but Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s runout controversy is still fresh amonst the fans. While chasing 150, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) lost wickets in quick succession and the onus to get the innings back on track was once agains on the skipeer MS Dhoni. Dhoni who is usually a very good judge while calling for a quick single or pushing for doubles and more blipped on the night. Running an overthrow, he was at the receiving end as Ishan Kishan hit the stumps directly. It was a close call and the decision went against Dhoni. Following that among the many reactions that emerged on social media one was from Jimmy Neesham.Dhoni had to walk back to the dugout after facing only eight deliveries for 2 runs. They didn’t have specialized batsmen out there when it really mattered and they lost the final by one run. A lot of fans didn’t think that was out as in their perception, the CSK skipper had safely crossed the return crease. Neesham in his tweet trolled MSD fans as he wrote: “I love how passionate some fans are about our sport. I have huge respect for MS but how anyone could see the below photo and say it’s not out truly astounds me.” Attached was a different side to the run out angle, which, unlikely several other angles, showed that Dhoni was out.The fans in their response put up other angles which showed that MS was inside the line at the time of the LED lights went off. While one fan reminded Jimmy of how he himself had been ran out by Dhoni, others posted pictures of the side angle which proved Dhoni was not out.Neesham deleted his post:I’ve deleted my tweet about MS Dhoni’s runout, not because I’ve changed my mind, but because:1. I’m sick of seeing the same dumb comments in my feed 200 times a day. 2. I just don’t actually care. Please don’t bother tweeting me about it again. Have a good day everyone 👍— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) May 15, 2019 For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Facebook25Tweet0Pin0Submitted by South Puget Sound Community CollegeSouth Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) is pleased to announce that 19 students in its inaugural Craft Brewing & Distilling cohort will graduate as part of the class of 2020 on June 20.The diverse group of adult learners, including three female graduates, have excelled in the science- and business-focused program. Twelve students are graduating with high or highest honors, earning a 3.75 GPA or higher, and eight students are dual-specializing in two out of the three crafts learned in the program: brewing, distilling, and cider making. Six students are actively building breweries and distilleries in Washington, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky, and an additional seven are currently employed in the industry.“We are delighted to graduate our first cohort of Craft Brewing & Distilling students,” said SPSCC president Timothy Stokes. “They will be a catalyst for growing the craft beverage industry in our state. Their success is the result of tremendous partnerships with the industry as well as state and local leaders.”Those industry partnerships combined with the diversity of the program faculty and curriculum are just a few things that make this program unique. Frank Addeo, director of craft brewing and distilling at SPSCC, believes that preparing students for an evolving industry is critical, and the graduating cohort reflects just how broad the craft beverage industry is.“We designed the program with the intention of preparing students for the widest breadth of potential job opportunities offered within the industry,” said Addeo. “The curriculum goes beyond production. We train individuals to handle marketing, front of house practices, and prepare them for familiarity with not only brewing, but also cider, distilling, and craft crossover.”The program continues to gain interest amongst individuals currently working in the industry and those who aspire to. The next cohort, set to start Fall Quarter 2020, will be the first to experience the college’s new Craft Brewing & Distilling Center, a 10,000 square foot space within the Tumwater Craft District, that SPSCC will share with Ninkasi Brewing and Heritage Distilling Co. Those interested should apply by the July 6 deadline at spscc.edu/brewing.The following graduates will earn an Associate in Applied Science-Transfer degree in Craft Brewing and Distilling on June 20, 2020.David Aiken**Myriam Boyer**Brian BrazellClay Cadwalader*Charles Carpenter**Roul Chwalek**Josh ColemanJanice Fletcher*Zed HesselGhalib Husseini**Luke Jean*Jason Kujala**James McDonaldTyler Messa*Raymond RoseJesse SandhorstRex Sandwith*Karl Stumpff**Matthew Trotter*High Honors **Highest Honors
Tourism Minister says protect TCIs reputation from crime Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #PremieronTCICrime, #StopCrimeTCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, March 13, 2017 – Providenciales – The cloaking of people – family or friends – who are breaking the law has to end says the country’s leader. Premier Sharlene Robinson is a part of the chorus of leaders and residents who are calling on everyone to say something when they see something.The street knows, parents know said Premier Robinson in her words on crime. “The street is clear aware of who is doing it. Some parents are fully aware of who is doing it, and the truth is before you become a victim, before your family become a victim, say something. If you don’t want to be named, we have the crime stoppers hotline that you can use, you need to be a part of the solution.”Amazingly, the Crime Stoppers hotline, which takes tips anonymously and is answered in Miami, Florida only received four calls on tips from the Turks and Caicos Islands for all of 2016. Even hefty reward monies of $40,000 in the murder investigation of businessman, Robert Been Sr and the shooting of another businessman, Galmo Williams with the reward set at $30,000 did not to attract significant tips leading to arrests.#MagneticMediaNews #StopCrimeTCI #PremieronTCICrime Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp