View post tag: Navy View post tag: team Graduates of the previous Seahawk course had the chance to gain experience on Royal Australian Navy Seahawks before joining the United States Navy’s training system, however, Leading Seaman Carruthers and Leading Seaman Clunie began their Romeo training in mid 2013 without this advantage. After ten months of intensive flying training at Naval Station Mayport with Squadron HSM40, they now join NUSQN 725 as qualified ‘Sensos’.“The whole conversion was a great experience and an amazing opportunity,” Leading Seaman Carruthers said.“The instruction and guidance we received from the US Navy was excellent. They are solid operators and have so much experience with the Seahawk,” he said.“The Romeo is a multi role helicopter and it’s definitely a step up from previous aircraft I’ve qualified on,” Leading Seaman Clunie said.The training consisted of aircraft and ground events covering numerous missions, ranging from Search and Rescue and Utility to the primary missions of Anti Submarine Warfare and Surface Warfare.Leading Seamen Carruthers and Clunie will remain in the United States to join NUSQN 725 for operations from Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Further on-the-job training and operations under the Fleet Air Arm flying management system will consolidate their US Navy training and they will both play a critical role when the Squadron returns to Australia in December this year.[mappress]Press Release, June 16, 2014; Image: Australian Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today New Squadron 725 Team Expands New Squadron 725 Team Expands Authorities View post tag: NUSQN 725 View post tag: americas View post tag: expands June 16, 2014 View post tag: News by topic The New Squadron 725 (NUSQN 725) team at Naval Air Station Jacksonville recently grew by two, with the graduation of the first Royal Australian Navy Aircrewmen to complete the MH-60R Seahawk Romeo Basic Sensor Operators Course and achieve the qualification of ‘Senso’. View post tag: Naval Share this article
Description*This recruitment is to establish an applicant pool for futurevacancies. Individuals will be contacted as vacanciesoccur.*Olympic College is continuously recruiting for ScreenwritingAdjunct Faculty (part-time) to teach multiple level/cluster coursesin script writing, and serve as mentors for our screenwritingstudents. This position will primarily teach courses in person atthe Shelton Campus.Olympic College is home to award-winning Associate andBaccalaureate degree programs in Filmmaking. The programs combinethe more traditional theory approaches of film studies withextensive hands-on instruction and active student engagement ineach course. OC is seeking adjunct faculty members in the area offilmmaking that can incorporate this teaching approach into theirpedagogy. Emphasis is on the practical and artistic elements ofnarrative storytelling.Olympic College’s Filmmaking department features a media productionstudio, dedicated editing suites, a sound stage, all new filmproduction equipment, a screening theatre, and Mac computers withindustry software. The program grants Bachelor and Associatedegrees in Filmmaking, and is taught by current and former industryprofessionals. The department currently enrolls over 250 students aquarter and is rapidly growing. Olympic College is seeking adjunctfaculty who can help maintain cutting edge instruction, bring anentrepreneurial spirit necessary to collaboratively assist ingrowing and guiding a department dedicated to serving the authenticneeds of the digital filmmaker in the 21st century, and help takethe department to the next level of national prominence.Click the “How to Apply” button for more information.
On Tuesday, February 21, 2017 the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office will host a ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of several deputies and confinement officers as well as swear-in two new deputy sheriffs.The ceremony will be held in the Ballroom at the Old Courthouse (201 NW 4th Street) at 9 a.m.Those deputies and confinement officers being recognized are:RetirementsLt. Kirk ByramDeputy Dave AnsonDeputy Randy ChapmanDeputy Todd DedmondDeputy Daren HarmonILEA GraduatesJosh HeislerLucas Ray – Honor graduateNew DeputiesLogan OsborneMatthew GardnerRecent PromotionsLt. Matt CornSgt. Josh WargelAwardsDeputy Brandon Rolley – LifesaverDeputy Rob Lutz – LifesaverDeputy Robert Schmitt – LifesaverDeputy Justin Chambers – LifesaverDeputy Dane VanWinkle – LifesaverDeputy Robert Hart IV – LifesaverDeputy Shawn King – LifesaverCO Jeff Cobb – LifesaverCO Tim Deller – LifesaverCO Ben Hicklin – LifesaverCO Jessica Schmitt – Lifesaver FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Starbucks UK will be looking to tackle youth unemployment by creating 5,000 new jobs in the next five years throughout the UK.The move will help to support the global coffee company’s plans to develop and expand its new drive-thru concept, for which it currently has nine outlets nationwide, with the first having opened in Cardiff in 2008. The new roles to be created over the next five years will support Starbuck UK’s aim to open up 200 drive-thru outlets during the same period of time.Kris Engskov, managing director of Starbucks UK and Ireland, said: “Customers told us that they now expect the best possible coffee wherever they are and the success of our first drive-thru stores shows that this is a huge opportunity. It also means that we are able to create quality jobs at a time when they are most needed and because half of our baristas are under 24 years old, this will particularly benefit young job-seekers at a time of record youth unemployment.”Around half of the drive-thrus will be operated under licence by petrol forecourt retailer Euro Garages, with many of these stores to be located in the Midlands and the north of England.Zuber Issa, managing director of Euro Garages, said: “Our relationship with Starbucks has been a huge success to date. We’re delighted to be making such a positive announcement about our expansion together that will create new and exciting employment opportunities for so many people across our sites.”Starbucks has found many new places to sell its coffee, including on trains and planes as well as in supermarkets and workplaces. In 2010, Starbucks opened 35 motorway stores with Welcome Break, serving seven million cups in the first year of operation.The company has more than 700 stores in the UK, contributing to consistent sales growth during the last two years.
It is undeniable that piano wizard Marco Benevento is a busy man. When he is not behind the keys for Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Bustle In Your Hedgerow, the recently back in action Benevento/Russo Duo, or his own solo project trio, he is typically making more music at his home in Woodstock, NY.Benevento recently played a show with his trio of drummer Andy Borger and bassist Karina Rykman for a special live recording session at Applehead Studios to a sold-out audience, which will be released as a Woodstock Sessions album. The group has unveiled live video for “Heavy Metal Floating Upstream” (from Benevento’s album The Story of Fred Short) from the performance, which can be viewed below. The band is currently out on the road.[via The Key]
Student senate passed three amendments related to the campaign process during Wednesday’s meeting. The resolutions, presented by representatives from the department of internal affairs, dealt with social media regulations, candidate responsibility for supporters and endorsements in campaigns. Previously, the Constitution of the Undergraduate Student Body asserted that candidates may create a social media account or page that must be approved by the election committee and that all posts and comments must be individually approved by the committee. As of Wednesday night, all posts must “adhere to the ethical guidelines” detailed in the constitution, but will not need to be individually approved. “The thing is, judicial council is not a police force,” Fisher Hall senator sophomore Abe Jenson said. “Judicial council does not go on pages and look for posts that do not adhere to the guidelines. That’s the responsibility of the other candidates and the students — to bring allegations to judicial council.”Louis Bertolotti, executive director of the Student Union Board (SUB), gave his support to the resolution. (Editor’s note: Louis Bertolotti is a Viewpoint columnist).“As someone who has run for office, I think this would be an amazing policy because of all the effort it takes to go approve every single idea,” he said. “If we want to elect smart leaders, we’re all in college, we should be able to follow the rules given to us by judicial council, and if we break those rules, face the consequences. I don’t think we should be babied into it and approving all the posts ahead of time.” Director of internal affairs Rebecca Blais presented the second resolution and explained how the constitution previously dealt with the unethical actions of supporters of candidates, and how those actions affected the candidates themselves. “If one of their supporters decides to engage in unethical behavior — making an illegal post, any of the things not allowed in an election — the candidate will be held responsible for it,” she said of the previous policy. “We think that’s ridiculous for the candidate to be held accountable for every ‘rogue supporter,’ to talk in extremes.”The amendment includes an additional subclause that says candidates cannot be involved in or instruct others to engage in unethical behavior, including through inaction. “The process of an election allegation would be that a person would bring forth the offending post or offending behavior, and in some way that action would have to be connected back to the candidate, whether it’s testimony or a text message or something like that,” judicial council president Zach Waterson said. After the passing of the night’s third amendment, candidates and tickets can solicit and campaign on endorsements from individual students and student groups, but “endorsements may not be construed to represent that of residence halls, student union organizations, university departments, offices or officials.” Additionally, no person holding a position enumerated in the constitution can endorse any candidate for any student office. Blais said the previous issue with this section was the discrepancy about endorsements from student leaders and student athletes, in particular, as it should not appear that an individual is representing the entire group with their endorsement.Individuals can still voice their support in conversation, but cannot appear in any endorsements for the candidate. Waterson said the language in differentiating between conversation and endorsement was left intentionally broad so that it could be looked at on a situational basis.“This strikes a balance between pure legislation and the ability for the committee to bring in information to determine on a case-by-case basis whether the specific communication constitutes an endorsement,” he said. Tags: Campaign Regulations, student senate
Dr. Gary Scudder, professor of history at Champlain College, is traveling this summer to India to teach college students in that country. As part of Champlains International Program, selected business and technology degree programs are offered on-site in Mumbai, India, and Scudder is the first Champlain professor to teach at this overseas campus.In addition to teaching history courses and working with faculty in Mumbai, Scudder will also set up the mechanics for future student and faculty exchanges. He will also further develop plans to share class projects between Burlington and international students using Champlains online capabilities. A year ago, Scudder worked with a professor in the United Arab Emirates to facilitate online class discussions between students in a contemporary world issues course.Scudder is the coordinator of social sciences at Champlain College and he has taught at the College for four years.
7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The power of plastic. It has advantages to both the members that swipe for purchases, and also for credit unions that issue and control processing in-house. Federal Reserve data released in 2014, found that 72 percent of consumers had at least one credit card.1 So, what’s the best option for your credit union when it comes time to deciding whether to outsource or process cards in-house?There’s no doubt that Americans love credit cards. That same Federal Reserve data reports that the average credit card holder in 2012 had four: 2.4 general purpose cards, 0.2 charge cards and 1.5 branded cards (cards displaying a merchant’s logo).1 And when it comes to bank cards, Experian’s State of Credit 2013 report found that consumers had on average 2.19 bank credit cards (which do not include store cards). 2For credit unions that do not have a strategic focus on card business, outsourcing may be the right option. However, there are certainly many benefits to running an in-house credit card program. continue reading »
A cinema-like experience inside your home Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab A7 brings a theatre-like experience to your home. While going out to watch movies remains unsafe, the Galaxy Tab A7 can help you stream your favourite movies and TV shows in the comfort of your home. The tablet comes with 26.31cm (10.4”) large display and Quad speakers with Dolby Atmos surround sound. That’s pretty much all you need to enjoy great content with rich audio.Galaxy Tab A7’s massive WUXGA+ display runs at a native resolution of 2000×1200 pixels, offering an immersive viewing experience. Samsung has given you all the more reasons to binge-watch your favourite shows and movies without missing out on a theatre-like experience. And the dark mode on the tablet lets you enjoy high-quality content for longer, without straying your eyes.- Advertisement – In the new normal, we’re all spending more time indoors while working from home or online learning. As we struggle to achieve a work-life balance, there’s a growing need to unplug and to entertain ourselves.In such situations, a tablet can be a blessing in disguise. As they offer extreme portability and high-end features, tablets have become a great option for those looking to get work done and enjoy entertainment at home. Well, Samsung has launched its latest tablet, Galaxy Tab A7 and without any doubt, it’s the ultimate entertainment powerhouse. Here’s why:- Advertisement – Endless gaming sessions like never before While watching movies and TV shows is great, some of us prefer spending more time gaming. The Samsung Galaxy A7 lets you play just about any popular mobile game out there without any lags, thanks to its Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor (Octa-core) that’s supported by 3GB RAM.The speed is quite noticeable when you fire up your favourite games. You can load games quickly, and play endlessly without anything slowing you down. To support your gaming and binge-watching is the large 7040 mAh battery that can last an entire day, and also supports 15W fast charging. When you run out of battery, you can quickly charge it and get back to work or play in no time.- Advertisement – Expandable memory and an attractive design For storing all your important files, videos and photos, the Galaxy Tab A7 comes with an inbuilt 32GB storage expandable up to 1TB with a microSD card, so you never run out of space to store your precious memories.That’s not all, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 comes in a sleek, stylish package that’s designed to impress. The tablet is just 7mm thick and comes in a metal body. You can also choose from three stylish colours – Dark Gray, Silver, and Gold to match your style. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a great option if you’re looking to gift someone a tablet this festive season or you can #RewardYourself with some me-time for all the long work from home hours that you’ve managed this year.Samsung is offering 2-month free subscription of YouTube Premium with the Galaxy Tab A7.You can purchase the Galaxy Tab A7 (Wi-Fi) for ₹16,999, while the LTE version costs ₹21,999. The Wi-Fi variant is exclusively available at amazon.in & samsung.com/in, the LTE variant is available at all major retail outlets & samsung.com/inSamsung just made the festive season even more joyous with the offers on this entertainment powerhouse, including a 10% instant cashback up to ₹1500 on SBI Bank Credit Cards. Those purchasing the device in the next few days can also avail 50% off on a book cover and 50% off on Samsung Care+ plan (the company’s accidental damage protection policy) on select models. You can visit the Samsung online store for more details.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. – Advertisement –
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