Back to overview,Home naval-today US Army, Navy EOD Technicians Train Together U.S. Army and U.S. Navy explosive ordnance disposal, or EOD, technicians trained together at sea during the May Underway exercise.Army EOD Soldiers from the Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico-based 21st EOD Company “Blackjacks” trained with Navy EOD technicians aboard an Afloat Forward Staging Base in the Atlantic Ocean.The 21st EOD Company is part of the 71st EOD Group, 20th CBRNE Command (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives). With Soldiers and civilians on 19 posts in 16 states, the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland-based 20th CBRNE Command combats global CBRNE threats with joint, interagency and allied partners.The U.S. military EOD community is inherently joint because all EOD techs are trained together at the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School, or NAVSCOLEOD, on Elgin Air Force Base, Florida.Image: US Navy View post tag: train Authorities June 3, 2015 View post tag: americas View post tag: Naval US Army, Navy EOD Technicians Train Together View post tag: US View post tag: Navy View post tag: EOD View post tag: Army View post tag: technicians Share this article View post tag: News by topic View post tag: together
Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there’s…a Full House musical? A musical parody of the ’80s/’90s sitcom is heading off-Broadway this fall. The new tuner comes from National Lampoon, who also created the long-running Bayside! The Musical!, now running at Theater 80. Bayside! will play its final performance on August 8, with Full House! The Musical! launching from September 7.The tuner will feature book, music and lyrics by Bob and Tobly McSmith (the co-creators or Bayside! The Musical and Showgirls! The Musical!). The two will also direct the show, which follows patriarch Danny after he loses his super power of solving problems with “sensible Dad Speeches.”The musical will feature such tunes as “This House it Too Full,” “Our Family is Better Than Your Family” and “Kimmy Gibbler Don’t Give a F*ck.” Casting will be announced later.Choreography will be by Jason Wise, scenic design by Bryan Hartlett, costume design by Shamira Clark, lighting design by Adam Lash and sound design by Lauren Vargas. View Comments
This weekend, the Wisconsin Badgers (15-1-0, 7-1 WCHA) successfully challenged the Harvard Crimson (2-5-1, 1-3-1 ECAC) on Wisconsin’s home ice, LaBahn Arena, in the most thrilling fashion.Each game of the series was tied at the end of regulation, despite a dominant offensive performance by the Badgers. During the first game of the series, Wisconsin rattled off a astronomical 40 shots on goal during regulation and overtime. But they would eclipse that figure by accruing 50 shots on goal during the second game of the series.Harvard’s goalkeeper, Lindsay Reed, was the force that kept the underdogs in the competition, as she managed to save 85 shots over the weekend.Redshirt senior Annie Pankowski was the late-game hero for the Badgers throughout the series, as she managed to find the back of the net in both overtime periods. Pankowski also contributed with a short-handed goal in the first period of Friday’s matchup, giving her a weekend total of three goals including two game-winners.Women’s basketball: Former walk-on gives back to community with enthusiasmWisconsin Badgers fifth-year senior Lexy Richardson is leaving a lasting impression not only on her fellow teammates but on the Read…Despite the fact that Harvard had just two wins all season heading into its matchup against Wisconsin, the Crimson were able to compete toe-to-toe with the No. 1 ranked team in the nation for six periods of hockey. Only after the teams played consecutive overtime periods Friday and Saturday night were Harvard’s upset hopes finally quelled. While they were ultimately swept by the Badgers, Harvard certainly outperformed their record going into the series.Harvard’s record is not wholly indicative of their talent level, however, as their losses have been by razor-thin margins all season. Each of their three losses this past weekend were by a single goal, one of which was against Cornell, currently ranked No. 7 in the nation.Fullback U: Why football’s forgotten position still reigns supreme in MadisonRon Dayne was one of the most talented college athletes to ever step foot on a football field. Though, even Read…Multiple schools that Wisconsin is yet to play this season have the ability to pose a serious threat to what has been a near perfect season for the Badgers. The Badgers have certainly dominated a vast majority of their opponents this season, and they will need to continue to bring their top form against all teams, no matter the record if they are to continue their dominance.The Badgers are set to face Syracuse, a four-win team, at Labahn arena next weekend.
These are the people on the executive committee selected to help the governor determine how to best reopen the state for business:Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeanette NuñezFlorida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy PatronisFlorida Attorney General Ashley MoodyFlorida Senate President Bill GalvanoFlorida House of Representatives Speaker Jose OlivaState Sen. Wilton Simpson, president-designateState Rep. Chris Sprowls, speaker-designateEducation Commissioner Richard CorcoranEnterprise Florida President & CEO Jamal SowellMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos GimenezBroward County Mayor Dale HolnessPalm Beach County Mayor David KernerJohn Couris, President & CEO, Tampa General HospitalJosh D’Amaro, President, Walt Disney World ResortTodd Jones, CEO, Publix Super MarketsSyd Kitson, Chairman, Board of Governors for the State University SystemPaul Reilly, Chairman & CEO, Raymond James FinancialAlex Sanchez, President & CEO, Florida Bankers AssociationEric Silagy, President & CEO, Florida Power & Light CompanyJohn Sprouls, CEO, Universal Orlando Resort, Executive Vice President, Universal Parks & ResortsPatrick Sunderlin, Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Lockheed Martin CorporationJoe York, President, AT&T Florida and Caribbean As states like Texas and Georgia have reopened for business, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has appointed a task force committee to make recommendations about how to put Florida back to work.The 22-member committee, which included state elected leaders, county mayors and business officials from Disney World and Universal, have until Friday, April 24, to make their recommendations as to which businesses can reopen soon and when.Florida remains under a stay-at-home order until April 30. The Re-Open Florida Task Force executive committee is using this week to develop plans to reopen the economy while minimizing close contact at businesses.The governor has also created an Industry Working Group task force to tackle tourism, construction, real estate, recreation, retail and transportation issues.Last week, DeSantis controversially announced that state beaches and parks were allowed to reopen under strict social distancing guidelines. Beaches in Jacksonville were the first to reopen in the country since the COVID-19 pandemic. “Florida Flattening The Curve” – DeSantisIn the meantime, Gov. DeSantis said that Florida has began to “flatten the curve” when compared to other countries and other states in America.“We did not go the way of Italy, we did not go the way of New York City”, he said. “In fact, we’ve done much better”. As of April 22 (mid-day), Florida has 28,309 confirmed COVID-19 cases which include 893 deaths.Health officials, including Dr. Raul Pino from the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, have said it’s possible that the region already could have seen its peak in cases and deaths, although the threat from the pandemic remains far from over.