Share this article View post tag: Navy EU Task Force Commander Boards FGS Bayern February 24, 2015 Authorities View post tag: FGS Bayern View post tag: Boards View post tag: News by topic EU Task Force Commander, Rear Admiral Jonas Haggren, visited German Navy frigate, FGS Bayern, during one of her patrols in the Gulf of Aden.Rear Admiral Haggren, is currently based on board EU Naval Force flagship, HNLMS Johan de Witt, was welcomed on board by FGS Bayern’s Commanding Officer, Commander Frank Fahnrich. He was given a guided tour of the ship, including the Medical Centre, Operations Room and the Bridge.He also met the Boarding Team from the Netherlands.[mappress mapid=”15221″]Image: EUNAVFOR View post tag: EU Task Force View post tag: Gulf of Aden View post tag: Commander View post tag: Naval View post tag: africa Back to overview,Home naval-today EU Task Force Commander Boards FGS Bayern
Teamwork to get a good look at the basket. The Ocean City High School Boy’s Basketball team defeated Absegami Wednesday evening at home with a score of 67-43. The win brings Ocean City’s record to15-3 while Absegami drops to 2-15.The starting five for Ocean City were Donovan Graham, Joey Sacco, Luke Varallo, Mike Rhodes and Ian Aungst.Donovan Graham with the jumper.Donovan Graham led all scorers on the evening with 19 points, while teammates Joey Sacco and Will Aungst each scored double digits with 15 and 10 points respectively.Multiple players off the bench contributed quality minutes through out the entire game and chipped in 14 points for the Red Raiders, including Will Drain with 9 points.Joey Sacco with the lay up.Despite losing the opening tip, Ocean City dominated the entire game never once losing their lead.Absegami struggled to get into a rhythm offensively while the Red Raiders were sharp from the get-go. Ocean City used good ball movement around the perimeter and nice off ball cuts to find the open player and finish the easy lay up. At the end of the first half, Ocean City held a 20 point lead 33-13.Tom Finnegan with the basket.As the second half of play got underway, Ocean City continued its … from one end of the court to the other. Even with a solid lead, there was no let up in the Red Raiders as they hustled after loose balls and played solid defense to create turnover opportunities.As the third quarter drew to a close, Joey Sacco put up a last second jumper to give the Red Raiders a 30 point lead. Ocean City had it’s highest scoring quarter in the third by putting in 25 points.Will Drain looks for a teammate.As the final eight minutes played out, Absegami put up a good fight, tallying 17 points in the final quarter to Ocean City’s 11. But unfortunately for the Braves, it was too little, too late. The game ended with a final score of 67-43.
Food safety tips from the USDA for your holiday table Twitter IndianaLocalMichiganNationalNewsSouth Bend Market WhatsApp (“Wild Turkey” by David Slater, CC BY 2.0) Are you cooking a bird for your holiday this weekend?The US Department of Agriculture reminds you that your main dish…be it chicken, duck or goose…has three places that should reach 165 degrees Fahrenheit in three places.Those are the thickest part of the breast, the innermost part of the wing, and the innermost part of the thigh. Twitter By Tommie Lee – December 23, 2020 0 299 Facebook Google+ WhatsApp Google+ Previous article18-year-old man killed after being caught in gunfireNext articleCOVID-19 relief bill goes beyond $600 direct payments Tommie Lee Pinterest Facebook Pinterest
As Dark Star Orchestra plows towards nearly 3,000 shows performed over 21 years (current count: 2870), the popular Grateful Dead tribute act has announced their plans for a lengthy 2019 summer tour.Dark Star Orchestra summer tour will conclude with the recently-announced Dark Star’s Pisgah Jubilee, a two-night festival at the Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain, NC featuring four sets of DSO over two nights plus special guests Peter Rowan, Midnight North, The Lil Smokies and more.The eastern-US-focused tour features three announced historical show recreations near the places they were originally played. On July 26th in Hampton Beach, NH, the band will recreate the Dead’s 5/11/79 performance from Billerica, MA in celebration of its 40th birthday. On August 10th in Asbury Park, NJ, DSO will recreate the Dead’s 7/9/89 show at Giants Stadium in honor of its 30th anniversary. On the first night of Dark Star’s Pigsah Jubilee, the band will recreate the Grateful Dead’s 5/3/79 performance at Charlotte Coliseum.Additional dates will be announced in the coming weeks. DSO Fan club tickets available now via the band’s website, with a public on-sale kicking off this Friday, March 15th at 10 a.m.See below for a full list of Dark Star Orchestra’s 2019 summer tour dates. For more information, head here.Dark Star Orchestra Summer Tour 20196/28 – Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine6/29 – Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Live6/30 – Sylvania, OH – Centennial Terrace7/3 – Chesterfield, MO – Chesterfield Amphitheater7/5 – Aurora, IL – RiverEdge Park7/18 – North Plains, OR – Northwest String Summit7/26 – Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – (** Recreating 5-11-79 Billerica, MA – 40 years later)7/27 – Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom7/28 – East Providence, RI – Bold Point Park7/30 – Utica, NY – Saranac Brewery8/2 – Rochester, NY – Frontier Field8/3 – Hyannis, MA – Cape Cod Melody Tent8/4 – Westbrook, ME – Maine Savings Pavilion at Rock Row8/9 – Atlantic City, NJ – Tropicana Showroom8/10 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage – (** Recreating 7-9-89 Giants Stadium – 30 years later)8/12 – Dewey Beach, DE – Bottle & Cork8/13 – Dewey Beach, DE – Bottle & Cork8/15 – Richmond, VA – Virginia Credit Union LIVE at Richmond RacewayDark Star’s Pisgah Jubilee:8/16 – Black Mountain, NC – Pisgah Brewing Company (** Recreating 5-3-79 Charlotte Coliseum – 40 years later)8/17 – Black Mountain, NC – Pisgah Brewing CompanyView Tour Dates
Jack Strominger, the Higgins Professor of Biochemistry in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, was recently honored with the AAI Excellence in Mentoring Award “in recognition of exemplary career contributions to a future generation of scientists,” by the American Association of Immunologists.Strominger, who came to Harvard in 1967, served as director of basic science at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute from 1974 to 1977, and served as chief of the Division of Tumor Virology until 1998.
Workers exposed to solvents may continue to experience cognitive difficulties decades later, according to new findings by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers and colleagues. In a study of retired male utility workers, the researchers found evidence of damage to thinking and memory as long as 50 years after exposure. They also found that the men most exposed to solvents, and exposed most recently, suffered the most cognitive impairment.The study appeared online May 12, 2014 in Neurology.Lead author Erika Sabbath, a research fellow in the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, told USA Today that workers currently exposed to specific solvents should seek advice on protection from a person certified in industrial hygiene. However, in general, she advised, “using a respirator, ventilating the area and if possible eliminating the exposure altogether.” For example, people who use paints could switch to versions that have no or lower levels of VOCS (volatile organic compounds), she said. Read Full Story
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — An injured California inmate firefighter has been released from federal immigration detention and is home with his parents and sister for the first time since his arrest more than two decades ago when he was age 16. Bounchan Keola was hurt when a tree fell on him while he was helping fight a deadly wildfire southwest of Redding in Northern California in early October. He was released from a California state prison two weeks later but was immediately picked up by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. His attorney says Keola was freed Wednesday under a court precedent that says detainees can’t be held indefinitely if they can’t be deported and if they aren’t dangerous or a flight risk.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Business Insider:John Flannery is out as the head of General Electric after just more than a year at the top of the company. He will be replaced as chairman and CEO by H. Lawrence Culp Jr., who served as the CEO and president of Danaher Corporation from 2000 to 2014. Culp has been a GE board member since April. GE shares are up more than 13% on the news.GE said it would take a $23 billion goodwill charge for its power business. “GE expects to take a noncash goodwill impairment charge related to the GE Power business,” a company release said. “GE Power’s current goodwill balance is approximately $23 billion and the goodwill impairment charge is likely to constitute substantially all of this balance.”In its second-quarter earnings report, the company said profit from its power business dropped 58%, but it was able to match expectations with solid earnings growth in its aviation and healthcare businesses. Flannery said he expected the power business to “remain weak through 2020.”The conglomerate also warned that it would miss its 2018 earnings guidance. In July, the company reiterated it expected to see adjusted earnings of $1 to $1.07 a share. “While GE’s businesses other than Power are generally performing consistently with previous guidance, due to weaker performance in the GE Power business, the company will fall short of previously indicated guidance for free cash flow and EPS for 2018,” the release said.More: General Electric removes John Flannery as CEO, says it will take a $23 billion charge to its power business Problems at GE power unit prompt CEO shuffle, major impairment charge
Amendments to Bar rules take effect this month Changes to Bar rules recommended by The Florida Bar and approved by the Florida Supreme Court in response to the ABA’s 2002 overhaul of model rules go into effect May 18.The Bar submission came from a special committee appointed to review the recommendations of the ABA’s Model Rules 2002 Committee. The Bar’s proposals were published in the October 12, 2004, Bar News and the court received written comments and held oral arguments.One rule change was made by the court based on the Bar’s recommendation to require that all clients waiving conflicts do so in writing. The court added a provision that that could also be done on the record in court.The court accepted the recommendation that attorneys owe a duty of confidentiality to potential clients who interview them, talk about their legal issues, but ultimately hire a different lawyer.Other changes include: • The court adopted the ABA’s proposed amendments to the Rule 4-4.1 commentary (Truthfulness in Statements to Others), saying the Bar hadn’t explained the reasons for its alterations to the ABA language.• On Rule 4-1.18 (Duties to Prospective Client), the Bar did not adopt the ABA’s proposal to allow screening of prospective clients for conflicts. The Business Law Section argued against that at the court’s oral arguments. The court added language to permit screening from the ABA proposal to the Bar’s extensive recommended amendment.• Adding new Rule 4-2.4 on lawyers serving as third-party neutrals. The rule defines third-party neutrals and requires the lawyer to inform all parties that he or she is not representing them but acting as a neutral to help resolve an issue.• Beefing up Rule 4-1.4 on a lawyer’s obligation to communicate with clients. That includes promptly contacting clients on any matter in which client consent is required, consulting with clients on how their goals are to be accomplished, informing clients of progress, responding to client requests for information, and consulting with clients who request unethical or illegal conduct.• Adding commentary to Rule 4-1.10 about screening nonlawyer employees to resolve conflicts.• Adding mediators and other third-party neutrals to Rule 4-1.12 on the responsibilities of former judges which prohibits representing any parties in a matter heard as a judge or other third-party neutral unless all parties consent.• Easing the restrictions on selling a law practice in Rule 4-1.17 to allow the sale of an entire area of practice in addition to the sale of an entire practice, and allowing the sale of different areas of practice to more than one lawyer or law firm.• Deleting as redundant Rule 4-2.2 on lawyers acting as intermediaries.• Addressing misdelivered documents in Rule 4-4.4 by requiring the recipient to promptly notify the sender.• Changing Rule 4-5.4 to allow an attorney to divide fees with a nonprofit, pro bono legal services organization. The complete text of the decision and the amended rules can be found at the court’s Web site, www.florida supremecourt.org. A summary of the changes including Bar recommendations rejected by the court, is also available at the sunEthics Web site at http://www.sunethics.com/news_item_33.htm.The court acted March 23 in In Re: Amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, case no. SC04-2246. The rule amendments are effective May 22. Amendments to Bar rules take effect this month May 15, 2006 Notices
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers Band, performs during the Jonas Brothers / Camp Rock 2 Tour at the Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, N.Y. – August 21, 2010The Nikon at Jones Beach Theater summer concert calendar kicks off this weekend after $20 million in cleanup and restoration to repair damage caused by Superstorm Sandy seven months ago.Bob Dylan, Lil Wayne and the Jonas Brothers are among the big-name acts scheduled to take the stage overlooking Zach’s Bay on 32 dates through Sept. 9—and Live Nation is sure to add more dates as the season gets underway, as usual. The venue was ranked the 26th best in the nation by Complex magazine recently.First up Friday is country superstars Rascal Flatts & The Band Perry followed Saturday by Pitbull and Ke$ha, although the theater will be quiet for two weeks before the shows start up again.The rest of the calendar, as of this post, is as follows:June 22: Fleetwood MacJune 23: RushJune 25/26: Dave Matthews BandJune 27: Heart, John Bonham’s Led Zepplin ExperienceJune 28/29: One DirectionJuly 6: The RascallsJuly 12: PhishJuly 13: 311, Cypress Hill and G. Love & Special SauceJuly 14: Sublime With Rome, Pennywise and the DescendentsJuly 17: 3 Doors Down and DaughtryJuly 18: Big Time Rush, Victoria Justice and Olivia SomerlynJuly 19: Lil Wayne, T.I., Future and 2 ChainzJuly 20: Jonas BrothersJuly 21: Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin and Jana KramerJuly 23: Train, The Script and Gavin DeGrawJuly 25: Imagine DragonsJuly 27: Bob Dylan, Wilco, Ryan Bingham and BeckAug. 6: Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky, B.o.B., Trinidad James, Joey Badass, Pro Era, Berner, Chevy Woods and Smoke DZAAug. 10: The Black Crowes, Tedeschi Trucks Band, The London SoulsAug.11: Maroon 5 and Kelly ClarksonAug. 13: Backstreet Boys, Jesse McCartney and DJ Pauly DAug. 17: Matchbox Twenty and The Goo Goo DollsAug. 18: Alice in Chains, Jane’s Addiction and Coheed & CambriaAug. 20/22: Jimmy BuffettAug. 28: John Mayer, Phillip PhillipsSept. 7: Allman Brothers Band, Grace Potter and the NocturnalsSept. 8: Depeche Mode and Bat for LashesFor more information and to buy tickets, visit www.jonesbeach.com-With Danny Mounce