August 3, 2012 HMAS Darwin Exercises Complex Ship, Air Launched Torpedo Delivery HMAS Darwin has successfully exercised complex ship and air launched torpedo delivery during the multinational maritime exercise RIMPAC 2012.Firing one MK46 torpedo from Darwin and two Mk46 torpedos from embarked S-70B-2 Seahawk “Valkyrie”, Darwin demonstrated a combined ability to detect and counter a simulated submarine contact.The seven-metre, 2700 pound MK-30 Mod 1 target, is a fully programmable underwater vehicle which simulates characteristics of a modern submarine.Two serials also involved a Canadian CH-124 Sea King from Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Algonquin, as well as air support from the United States and Japan.Leading Seaman Combat Systems Operator Nicholas Miller who launched Darwin’s torpedo, said it was a career highlight.“I was on HMAS Newcastle during RIMPAC 2010 when they successfully launched a torpedo and thought that it would be the only time I would be involved,” LS Miller said.“Returning again and being actually able to fire the torpedo, for me was a privilege. I was both excited and relieved that it was a success – all the training and hard work for the team involved in the process paid off.”Tactical Coordinator for Valkyrie Sub Lieutenant Tim Craig, also conducted a career first when he released the Mk46 torpedo from the helicopter.“Conducting a simulated ASW (anti-submarine warfare) battle was a great experience to practise our core business,” Sub Lieutenant Craig said.“Because we are an ASW squadron, RIMPAC provided us with a chance to practise our proficiencies in weapon delivery, in a layered attack with contribution from multiple partners. It was an awesome experience.”Commanding Officer of HMAS Darwin, Commander Brian Schlegel, who also commanded and coordinated the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) serial for two ships and five aircraft, said it highlighted the professionalism and capability of Darwin’s personnel to work effectively with our partners.“This was a significant achievement for the crew of HMAS Darwin, we achieved our objective of three torpedo engagements with successful results,” Commander Schlegel said.“The serials highlighted great teamwork – our people ensured the safe undertaking of weapons delivery, effective communication, coordination of procedures for both the helicopter and the ship launches, all while working with our coalition partners Canada, Japan and the United States.”[mappress]Naval Today Staff, August 3, 2012; Image: Australian Navy Share this article View post tag: HMAS View post tag: air View post tag: Naval View post tag: Exercises Back to overview,Home naval-today HMAS Darwin Exercises Complex Ship, Air Launched Torpedo Delivery View post tag: Complex Training & Education View post tag: launched View post tag: DELIVERY View post tag: Navy View post tag: Darwin View post tag: ship View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Torpedo
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Coffee Republic’s chief executive Steven Bartlett is to stand down at the company’s forthcoming Annual General Meeting.The coffee bar chain’s current executive chairman, Peter Breach, will take over the role temporarily while a permanent replacement is found. Bartlett will remain on Coffee Republic’s board in a non-executive role. It is expected that he will be appointed vice-chairman, and will continue to hold shares in the company.Bartlett has been chief executive since October 2006, after he set up a shareholder pressure group, which helped to oust founder Bobby Hashemi from the company. In a statement, the company said: “Bartlett has accomplished a notable turnaround and has established Coffee Republic as a major coffee house brand in the UK while also establishing the foundation for a strong international brand.”Coffee Republic’s like-for-like sales for the first three months of the 2008 financial year were up 2.5%, due largely to “strong growth by franchises”.—-=== Green Watch ===== Waste saving ==Food and drink manufacturers prevented more than 0.5m tonnes (t) of food waste being created in 2006, by sending food by-products for uses such as animal feed, according to a survey published by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and Defra. Of the waste that did arise at the sites surveyed, 82% was recycled or recovered.The survey found that of the 835,000t of food and packaging waste produced at 236 production sites of FDF members in 2006, 686,000t were recycled or recovered and 138,000t were sent directly to landfill. The results will help FDF’s work with the government’s Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) to continue improving food and packaging waste prevention.The FDF sent questionnaires to all of its members to survey their food and packaging waste output and food production sites in the UK for 2006, along with disposal and recovery routes. A copy of the full report is available from [http://www.fed.org.uk].Last October, the FDF published its five-fold Environmental Ambition, which pledges to eliminate packaging waste to landfill from 2015.
Greggs has unveiled its latest concept shop – its take on a local bakery-style shop – as exclusively revealed by British Baker last November.The new format, called Greggs The Bakery, has opened just doors down from the company’s very first shop in Gosforth, Newcastle, which opened in 1951.The new store has 75 new products on offer, including chocolate & orange scones, cheesecake and giant cupcakes, and becomes the third arm of the retail brand after its traditional Greggs stores and Greggs Moment, its coffee shop format.Ken McMeikan, chief executive of Greggs, the BB75 leading bakery retailer, told British Baker last year that the third concept would focus on “traditional bakery products”.Greggs The Bakery incorporates a new shop layout and design to differentiate itself from Greggs food-on-the-go shops and is designed by Phil Watts, the man involved in the design of Greggs Moment.Speaking at the launch, McMeikan said: “We are excited to launch our latest concept shop that showcases Greggs’ bakery credentials, and gives customers a traditional bakery shopping experience. “Fittingly, we have chosen a location close to the site of first-ever Greggs shop, and we hope our customers love it.”For more information on Greggs The Bakery see this week’s edition of British Baker.
Gathering of the Crimson clan Related Snapshots from Harvard’s celebratory 368th Commencement, from dawn to dusk ¡Si, se puede! Yes, we can!She is the woman responsible for the rallying cry that mobilized generations to fight for social justice since it was adopted as the United Farm Workers of America slogan in 1972. And she was in Cambridge on Friday, leading another appeal for solidarity and change.“Who’s got the power?” 89-year-old activist Dolores Huerta asked a crowd gathered under a tent in Radcliffe Yard as Radcliffe Day came to an end. “We’ve got the power!” her audience shouted back. “What kind of power?” Huerta wanted to know. “People power!” her listeners roared.The call and response brought to life Huerta’s operating ethos, “the power is in our person,” and she urged those in attendance to get involved to help combat the nation’s rising inequality. “We have the responsibility to become activists,” she said, adding, “all of us have a lot of work to do still.”The labor organizer and civil rights icon was honored at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, receiving the Institute’s highest award, the Radcliffe Medal, for her more than 60 years of work dedicated to justice and equality for millions of marginalized people.“She has fought for the rights of laborers and Latinos,” said Radcliffe Dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin in her introductory remarks. “She has been a powerful voice for environmental protection, for women’s rights, for voting rights, for LBGTQ equality, and so much more. She is truly a visionary leader and a tireless advocate for equality. In Dolores’ story we see how one person moved to action has in turn inspired and empowered many others to know their own strength and to do the same.”The annual award, given the day after Harvard’s Commencement, recognizes an individual whose life and work has had a “transformative impact on society.” Past honorees include former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; journalists Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff; economist and former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; and Harvard president emerita, former Radcliffe dean, and Arthur Kingsley Porter University Professor Drew Faust.,The afternoon included the awarding of the medal and a conversation between Huerta and journalist Soledad O’Brien ’88. Under a tent in Radcliffe Yard during a celebration that doubles as a reunion for hundreds of Radcliffe graduates, Huerta touched on a range of topics, including her devotion to fighting injustice, balancing raising 11 children with her organizing work, and the need to keep pressing for change.Reflecting on her efforts to help organize a national boycott of grapes to protest the abusive practices of grape growers in 1965, Huerta said today’s food-justice movement needs to take a similar approach. “It’s got to be the same kind of a campaign, so that you can get every school, every community group, every church, all of these organizations that are established to also talk about food justice.”She said the initial impulse to get involved in organizing struck in the 1950s when she was a teacher and young mother of two living in California. Seeing so many students arriving hungry and barefoot to class inspired her to want to fight for economic inequality by helping to organize farmers and farm workers. “I was very limited in what I could do [in class],” said Huerta, “but in organizing the parents of the children, that’s a way to make [change] happen.”In 1955 she helped start the Stockton, Calif., branch of the Community Service Organization (CSO) that helped mobilize working-class Mexican Americans in urban areas. In 1960 she co-founded the Agricultural Workers Association, where she helped set up voter registration drives and pressed for local government reforms to aid migrant workers. Two years later, Huerta, along with like-minded activist César Chávez and others, founded the National Farm Workers Association, today known as the United Farm Workers, a labor union that champions legislative and regulatory reforms for farm workers.A gifted lobbyist and skilled negotiator, Huerta helped secure state-backed disability insurance and aid for the families of farm workers in California in 1963. She was also instrumental in the enactment of the Agricultural Labor Relations Act of 1975, the first law of its kind in the U.S., granting farm workers in California the right to collectively organize and bargain for better wages and working conditions.Asked by O’Brien how she honed her negotiating skills, Huerta said she did two things: She asked other, more experienced labor organizers how they did it; and she pretended she knew how to do the work, “just like the guys do.”After meeting Gloria Steinem in 1965 Huerta began to press for gender equity within the farm worker’s movement and became a vocal advocate for women’s rights. She has long supported campaigns to get more women — especially more Latina women — to run for public office, and continues to advocate for women, children, and the working poor.,Today Huerta is the president of the Dolores Huerta Foundation, which, according to its website, is “a community benefit organization that organizes at the grassroots level, engaging and developing natural leaders.” Among her many honors are the Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights and a Presidential Medal of Freedom.The day began with a morning multidisciplinary panel on the problems facing the U.S. food system, moderated by O’Brien and featuring Sara Bleich, Ph.D. ’07, RI ’19, professor of public health policy; Jennifer Gordon ’87, J.D. ’92, professor of law at Fordham; writer and activist Frances Lappé; economist Daniel Sumner of the University of California, Davis; and chef and food activist Alice Waters.Before the luncheon, Huerta toured a “Marketplace of Ideas” in Radcliffe’s sunken garden featuring representatives from a range of groups tackling inequities in the nation’s food system. At the Food Project table Huerta signed autographs, posed for pictures, and chatted with the group’s director of development, Lisa Jurras-Buchanan.“It was an honor to speak with her,” said Jurras-Buchanan. “She has been a highly inspiring and motivating factor for a lot of the work of the Food Project.” Portraits of embraces, laughs, goodbyes, cheers, and triumphs Shining Commencement moments, captured
Finding Neverland Marc Kudisch (Photo: Bruce Glikas) View Comments Related Shows Three-time Tony nominee Marc Kudisch will fly into Finding Neverland on April 12. He’ll live by the hook as Charles Frohman, stepping in for understudy Paul Slade Smith, who temporarily claimed the role following Kelsey Grammer’s departure.Kudisch earned Tony nominations for his performances in 9 to 5, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Thoroughly Modern Millie. He last appeared on Broadway in Hand to God. Additional credits include The Wayside Motor Inn, The Apple Tree, See What I Wanna See, Assassins, Bells Are Ringing and The Wild Party.Directed by Diane Paulus and featuring a score by Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy and a book by James Graham, Finding Neverland follows the story of J.M. Barrie and his relationship with the family of widow Sylvia Llewelyn Davies. Llewelyn Davies’ children eventually became Barrie’s inspiration to write Peter Pan.Kudisch will join a cast that features Alfie Boe as Barrie, Laura Michelle Kelly as Llewelyn Davies, Sally Ann Triplett as Mrs. du Maurier and Teal Wicks as Mary Barrie. The Broadway.com Audience Choice Award-winning production plays the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016
– Advertisement – Though the romance between exes Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt is no more, the Academy Award nominee recalled what it was like to work on his former wife’s popular sitcom, Friends, in 2001.“I remember it. It’s a great cast, man. I mean, they laugh and really have a great time with each other. But I flubbed my first line,” the Ad Astra actor told Access Hollywood in September 2019. “We had to stop and start again.”Scroll down to see which of your favorite celebrity couples have worked together since their nuptials.- Advertisement – “My favorite thing about shooting A Quiet Place, for sure, was working with John. We had never done it before and it is kind of the great unknown. You go into this process not knowing what it’s going to be like,” she said. “A lot of people were like, ‘You’re going to be divorced by the end of it!’ Actually, we were so much closer.”Kristen Bell, meanwhile, was directed by her longtime love, Dax Shepard, in his remake of CHiPS in 2017. In the comedic film, the Good Place actress plays her real-life spouse’s soon-to-be ex-wife. “It was hard to be mean to him because my character is like his estranged, trophy wife,” Bell said on Good Morning America in 2017.“She’s over him because he’s not winning trophies anymore,” she continued. “And so I have to be really, really mean to him, and it was difficult because I do really [like him] … He’s so endearing, and I like him so much.”- Advertisement – Relationship goals? It’s not every day that one gets to work alongside their significant other, but several celebrity couples have been lucky enough to do just that over the years — even after tying the knot!John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, for example, have appeared in a few of the same projects. The first time they worked closely together was for the Jack Ryan star’s directorial debut, A Quiet Place, in 2018. Speaking with reporters backstage at the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Blunt admitted that people warned her that teaming up with her husband would hurt their marriage.- Advertisement –
The Indian Infrastructure magazine has just announced that their 8th annual conference on ‘Dredging in India’ will take place on September 6-7, at The ITC Maratha, Mumbai. In the past few years, dredging has emerged as a distinct industry in itself. The industry is being driven largely by the growing dredging requirements at Indian ports and inland waterways, Indian Infrastructure said in its announcement.The government has, in the recent past, also been quite proactive in this area. New dredging guidelines for major ports along with amendments to the guidelines for chartering foreign flag dredgers, and easing the process of vessel registration have been the major steps announced by the government to solve some of the long-pending issues of the industry.The government’s flagship program, Sagarmala, identifies dredging as a major thrust area to achieve the objective of port modernization and capacity enhancement. In addition, the development of six new ports as part of the program will require a significant amount of dredging.Apart from ports, inland dredging has emerged as a major growth driver for the industry. The launch of the Jal Marg Vikas, the declaration of 106 new national waterways (NWs), etc. have opened up significant opportunities for contractors. So far, the Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) has largely managed the dredging needs through its own dredgers, Indian Infrastructure said.The situation is changing with IWAI looking to outsource more work. It is also exploring assured depth contracts in a few upcoming stretches and, if successful, it plans to use this format on a much bigger scale.The past one year has seen the award of some key dredging projects at ports and inland waterways.Boskalis, in a joint venture with Jan De Nul, secured a EUR250 million contract for deepening and widening the access channel at the JNPT. The Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) secured a five-year contract for maintenance dredging at Haldia in a global bidding and emerged as the winner for the dredging work of the Farakka-Kahalgaon stretch on NW-1.India also signed an agreement with Bangladesh to dredge the Brahmaputra river from Sadiya in Assam to Chittagong port in Bangladesh.To meet the growing requirements, private dredging companies will need to play a bigger role. DCI alone cannot meet the entire industry demand, the event organizers stated.
A total of eight incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia in August 2019.Of the total, two were piracy incidents and six were incidents of armed robbery against ships, according to the regional piracy watchdog ReCAAP.Compared to August 2018 when a total of nine incidents were reported, the latest numbers show an 11% decrease in the number of incidents for August 2019.There was no report of abduction of crew in the Sulu-Celebes Seas and waters off Eastern Sabah, and no hijacking of ships for theft of oil cargo reported in August 2019.However, the abduction of crew for ransom in the Sulu-Celebes Seas and waters off Eastern Sabah “remains a serious concern,” ReCAAP noted. Concerns were also raised about the increase in the number of incidents on board tug boats towing barges while underway in the Singapore Strait.In August 2019, three incidents of armed robbery against ships occurred in close proximity to each other in the western sector of the strait. The three incidents occurred to tug boats towing barges and were boarded while they were underway in the westbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait.The remaining five incidents took place on board ships at anchor/berth in Indonesia, South China Sea and Vietnam.For the period of January-August 2019, a total of 44 incidents, comprising 40 actual and four attempted incidents, were reported in Asia. Of the 44 incidents, 39 were incidents of armed robbery against ships and five were piracy incidents.Year-on-year, this number dropped by 25% compared to a total of 59 incidents, 45 actual and 14 attempted incidents, that were reported during January-August 2018.
Share 2939 Views 6 comments Sharing is caring! Tweet BusinessLifestyleLocalNewsTravel Ferry service between Antigua & Dominica being arranged by: – September 3, 2015 Carib Sun Ferry (Photo credit: www.themontserratreporter.com)Roseau, Dominica – September 3, 2015 — Arrangements are currently on the way to have Carib Sun ferry make another return trip between Antigua and Dominica on Monday September 7, 2015 or Tuesday September 8, 2015. The ferry will cost EC$400 one way, per person and has a maximum capacity of 125 passengers.Travelers in Antigua interested in taking this ferry need to contact Jenny Burke at (268) 778-9786 or Veronica Burke at (268) 782-5430 at Jenny Tours to register their interest. For the return trip from Dominica to Antigua interested travelers should call the following numbers at Discover Dominica Authority to register (767) 255-8241 or (767) 255-8230 or (767) 255-8235.Please be prepared to provide the following information:• Name of traveler(s)• Country of Residence• If transient, original scheduled travel date• Contact Details: Telephone Number, and/or Email Address Registered travelers will be contacted with the details for voyage and payment instructions. Share Share