I’d buy these 2 FTSE 100 growth stocks that have soared since the stock market crash Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Today, the FTSE 100 enjoys a fresh injection of blood as four new companies entered the index – Avast, GVC Holdings, Homeserve, and Kingfisher.All are enjoying the attention, with their shares jumping even though the FTSE 100 index is down. The Avast (LSE: AVST) and HomeServe (LSE: HSV) share prices are up around 4%, continuing strong recent runs. They still look tempting buys to me.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Momentum on their sideAvast calls itself “the world’s leading consumer cybersecurity company,” with 20 offices worldwide, including in London and Silicon Valley. The Czech-based company floated in London two years ago at 246p. Its share price has since doubled, trading at 525p today.Keeping people safe online is big business as the fraud threat is, unfortunately, forever. Avast’s 2016 acquisition of rival AVG turned the FTSE 100 newbie into a cybersecurity giant. It serves consumers and small businesses, and is best known for its Avast antivirus software. The Avast share price has momentum on its side, bouncing back sharply from the March crash. It now trades 60% higher than just three months ago.This FTSE 100 tech play looks an attractive growth and income stock, given current momentum and the size of the market it’s pitching at. It isn’t even that expensive, trading at 19 times earnings. You also get a dividend, with the stock yielding a decent 2.3%.The £5.4bn FTSE 100 group has almost 13m paying customers. It’s expanding into network and smart home security, and plans to grow further through targeted M&A.Avast boasts high barriers to entry and strong competitive moats, while its subscription-based business model offers high cash and revenue visibility. The coronavirus pandemic should have little impact, as people are more dependent on their screens than ever, while fraudsters are more active.As more established FTSE 100 names struggle, I would suggest turning your attention to the new and fast-growing kid on the block.I’d buy this FTSE 100 stock tooHome emergency repairs company HomeServe is another FTSE 100 new entry that’s looking to accelerate growth. Its share price has also jumped 60% in just three months. Over five years, it’s up an impressive 200%. The home emergency cover specialist has also weathered the coronavirus in decent shape, as it was declared an essential service. Staff worked on throughout. No firings, no furloughs.International expansion should drive future growth and revenue prospects. The FTSE 100 new entry already has more than 8m customers in the US, more than half of its total, and is targeting Japan next.It’s growing fast, with sales up 10% in the year to 31 March while underlying profits rose 12% to £181m.The £4.3bn FTSE 100 group currently yields around 2%. The one sticking point is that it is expensive, trading at around 30 times earnings. That shows just how well the HomeServe share price has done, and how highly investors rate its prospects.You won’t find many better growth stocks on the FTSE 100 than these two right now. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” See all posts by Harvey Jones Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! 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Barkley plans to bring in residential camps next year and is running his first KICK Elektrik camp in August for those aged 14 to 18, with Ireland’s kicking guru Mark Tainton. By signing up to the newsletter and putting ‘KICK’ after your name, you could receive one of the 30 free places on the camp.Prices for his coaching camps this year range from £59 to £159 for one-, two- or three-day camps – and he is offering Rugby World readers a 20% discount – simply enter the code RW20 when booking at elektrik3.com.The dates and venues are:20, 21 & 22 July Colston’s School, Bristol LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Branching out: Olly Barkley has enjoyed developing his Elektrik 3 coaching campsBATH’S OLLY BARKLEY is still only 30 so is sure to have a good few years left playing professional rugby, but he is already planning for life post-retirement. The centre has set up Elektrik Events and plans to branch out into music and other sports, but for now the focus is on his rugby camps for children aged eight to 16.So what makes the Olly Barkley Rugby Academy different from other coaching camps? For a start, his standing means he is able to call on star names like Lewis Moody, Chris Ashton, Freddie Burns and Matt Banahan to help with the coaching and take part in Q&As.Interestingly, he picks players who fit with his rugby aesthetic, saying: “The rugby we try to push at the camps is to look for space and not be scared to take people on.”Crowd pleaser: Lewis Moody signs autographsAnother big focus of the camps is nutrition – and he educates parents as well as children. “I was seeing kids pull out packed lunches with all sorts of nasty things in them, so I decided I wanted a bigger focus arounda nutrition programme, even if it meant cutting back on profits,” he says.“I got advice from Matt Lovell, the England nutritionist, on menus. We’re not going to get egg whites down their necks, but we wanted to produce a healthy menu they wouldn’t turn their noses up at and then educate them on why and what they’re eating.”Barkley’s aim is for the coaching camps to be a “professional experience” and they take in key areas like recovery, but he also wants them to be fun.He says: “It’s nice to see kids have a good time with something you’ve worked so hard at. The feedback we’ve had is humbling. It’s good to know that the product works and the kids say they’re taking things back to their clubs too.” 28, 29 & 30 July Chippenham RFC24, 25 & 26 October Moulsford, Oxford
You can also see a video from last year (above) as some of England women’s rugby players join colleagues from British Airways to share their experiences of breaking down gender barriers.The April issue of Rugby World magazine – focusing on a new generation of Six Nations stars – is out now. Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS England Women celebrate International Women’s Day with British AirwaysTo celebrate International Women’s Day, British Airways brought colleagues from its female mentoring programme together with hooker Amy Cokayne, full-back Sarah McKenna and lock Zoe Aldcroft from England Rugby’s Red Roses to discuss their careers and how they overcame challenges.Sharing thoughts: England’s Amy Cokayne (British Airways)The women also discussed the importance of positive role models and shared guidance and advice with each other.Find out more about women at British Airways here: https://careers.ba.com/women-at-british-airwaysBritish Airways is a Principal Partner to Twickenham Stadium and the Official Airline Partner to England Rugby. Coming together: England women and BA at Bisham Abbey (British Airways)
Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 The application portal remains open until the $33 million of federal funds to assist OC residents is depletedFrom the Orange County NewsroomThe Emergency Rental Assistance program is an income-based program aimed at helping Orange County’s most vulnerable tenants who are in imminent danger of eviction due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will distribute more than $33 million of federal funds to assist County residents who have been unable to pay their rent due to a loss of income related to COVID-19. Residents can say informed about the program by visiting ocfl.net/RentalAssistance.The application portal remains open until the money is depleted. You can save your application and come back to it later if you don’t all the information or required documents. Please thoroughly read the webpage at ocfl.net/RentalAssistance as many applications have missing and incomplete information.Frequently Asked QuestionsHow much funding is available for the Orange County Emergency Rental Assistance Program?The Board of County Commissioners has approved the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program for Orange County. The program will distribute $33.4 million of federal funds to assist County residents who have been unable to pay their rent due to a loss of income related to COVID-19.How do I apply for the COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program?Eligible residents who have received a written late notice or eviction notice from their landlord can apply by completing an online application through the Orange County web portal at www.ocfl.net/RentalAssistance or by responding to an invitation email from the program. Both the landlord and tenant must complete an application and agree to participate in the program.Please note that there may only be one tenant application filed for the residential rental property in question. It is therefore recommended that tenants coordinate with their household members to ensure only one such application is filed.Does the landlord or tenant have to apply?Both the landlord and tenant must complete their respective applications in order for the County to review and approve funding to cover rental arrears for a particular residential rental property.If a landlord has multiple tenants who need to apply for this program, does the landlord only need to fill out the application once?Yes. The landlord can fill out one application and add multiple tenants to that application.What is a COVID-19 impact?An involuntary loss or reduction of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see tenant eligibility criteria for more information.What are the tenant eligibility criteria?Please view the Tenants section.What are the landlord eligibility criteria?Please view the Landlords section.What documents do I need in order to apply?Please view the Tenant & Household Members Documentation, COVID-19 Hardship Documentation, and Required Documents sections under Tenants and Landlords.Does the rental property have to be the renter’s primary residence?Yes. The rental property must be the tenant’s primary residence.Does the lease have to be in the tenant’s name?Yes. The lease must be in the tenant’s name, and they must be the one responsible for paying a portion or the full amount of the rent.How far behind in rent do I have to be to be eligible for the program?The program is open for residents of Orange County, Florida, who are (at-risk) of eviction and are at least one month behind in rent with a written notice for past-due rent or eviction that was provided after April 1, 2020.Who receives the payments?The landlord will receive direct payment from the program.How much assistance will I receive?The County will pay up to $10,000 in past-due rent to the landlord on your behalf. The landlord will be required to waive any balance of unpaid rent or associated fees remaining in your account above that $10,000 threshold should the landlord wish to receive such payment.When will I be expected to pay rent again?You will be expected to pay rent for all future months starting with the month following the assistance provided.Am I able to apply for the COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program if I previously applied for AND received assistance from the County’s Eviction Diversion Program?You can if you meet the eligibility criteria. However, if you previously received funding from Eviction Diversion for your residential rental property, the maximum amount available will be reduced by the prior assistance.Is this program available for residents who live outside of unincorporated Orange County (e.g., in cities in Orange County)?Program-eligible tenants are those whose primary residence is a rental property that is: (a) located in any Orange County municipality except the City of Orlando; or (b) located in unincorporated Orange County.The City of Orlando is operating its own Emergency Rental Assistance Program that covers rental properties located within the City of Orlando’s municipal limits. More information regarding it can be found on the City of Orlando’s website.Where can I get a copy of my paystubs?Employees receive their paystubs through the mail or online during their typical pay period. Workers can also contact their employer directly for a copy of their paystubs.Where can I get a copy of my eviction notice or late notice?If you have lost the copy of the eviction or late notice that your landlord provided, you may be able to request another copy from your landlord.What happens after I complete the application and agree to participate in the program?The program staff will contact your landlord and invite them to participate using the contact information the tenant provided in the tenant application.When completing the online application, can I save it and come back to my application?Yes. You can save your information on Neighborly (application portal software) until you are ready to submit.May I edit my documents after I submit my application?No. You are not able to edit your application or documents after you click submit.What if my application is incomplete?Even if you know your submitted application was incomplete, please wait until you receive a rejection of your application before filing a new one. Failure to do so will jeopardize your application.Where can I check the status of my application?You will receive a case number as soon as you complete an application in Neighborly (application portal software). You may use this number to check your application status at any time.Do I have to pay back the money?No. Program-approved tenants do not have to pay back the money paid directly to their landlord by the County on their behalf.Who can I contact if I have any questions?Tenants can contact Orange County Government Information Help Line by dialing 407-836-3111 or 311 for more information regarding the Orange County COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program.If my application is approved, will I get a notification?Yes. You will receive an email with the status of your application, and you may check the status with your Neighborly case number.What if I do not meet the criteria for the program?We recommend you visit our Resident Resources webpage or call 2-1-1 for a list of local programs available to help residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.What if I am not eligible for the program?If you are not eligible for the program, we encourage you to contact Heart of Florida United Way 2-1-1 for a list of local programs available to assist residents.How are applications processed in terms of priority?Generally, applications will be processed on a rolling “first come, first completed” basis. However, the Federal Government requires that the County prioritizes applications that meet either of the following criteria: (a) households with incomes at or below 50% of the Area Median Income, or (b) households where at least one adult household member has been currently unemployed for at least 90 days. Please note that such prioritization only applies to the order of the County’s processing of program applications and does not affect eligibility.*Homeowners with federally- or Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE)-backed mortgages can learn about forbearance or mortgage relief by visiting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. For more information on housing and utility assistance, please visit our Resident Resources webpage. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear TAGSApplicationCOVID-19Emergency Rental Assistance ProgramFamilyFAQsFundinghomeLandlordOrange County GovernmentRentersTenants Previous articleFlorida probe cites contractor’s failures, but blames officials for unemployment fiascoNext articleIn case you missed it: The Apopka news week in review Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment!
Continuing a trend over the last few years, Focus Ireland, one of the largest charities in the homelessness field, posted another strong year of fundraising growth in 2017 with income at just under €12 million.The figure is an increase of nearly €1.4 million on the figure for 2016. The biggest growth area was ‘public fundraising’ which was €7.5 million in 2017, up from €5.4 million the year before.‘Partnerships and philanthropy’ was also up from €2.2 million to €2.8 million while corporate campaigns and retail were roughly level at €700,000 and €400,000 respectively.A total of 1,187 people signed up to support Focus Ireland with a monthly direct debit donation last year which brought the figure for individual/public giving to over 50% of total fundraising income.The accounts for Focus note a one-off donation of €1.6 million from the Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) which is ring fenced for donor acquisition, a digital strategy and a property strategy. IIP is open to non-EEA nationals who commit to an approved investment in Ireland. IIP requires a minimum investment of €1m from the applicants own resources and not financed through a loan or other such facility which must be committed for a minimum of three years.Corporate partnershipsIn 2017 a total of 489 companies supported Focus through corporate partnerships, donations, employee giving and fundraising along with payroll giving. 2017 also saw the second full year of a strategic partnership with Bord Gáis Energy, who committed €1.2 million in funding over three years to help prevent family homelessness.Over €750,000 was raised through Focus’s Christmas Shine a Light Night with over 100 CEOs, 450 employees and 54 companies sleeping out for one night in support of people who are homeless.Charity shopsFocus Ireland also operates three ‘Beloved’ retail shops located in Dublin, Kildare and Cork which last year brought in €400,000.The cost of raising funds last year increased from €2.3 million to €2.8 million. Total income for the charity, which includes government grants, was €28.7 million, up from €26 million the year before. Howard Lake | 7 September 2018 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Tagged with: Ireland Research / statistics About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Advertisement 118 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 117 total views, 1 views today Fundraising growth continues at Focus Ireland
Wave of Kurdish arrests of Syrian journalists News November 23, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 More news providers killed by regular army, rebels or Kurdish militia Organisation Receive email alerts February 3, 2021 Find out more At least four journalists and citizen-journalists have been killed by the regular army, the rebel Free Syrian Army or Kurdish militiamen in the past week.A Syrian state TV journalist, Bassel Tawfiq Youssef, was killed on 21 November in the southern Damascus suburb of Tadamun. The official news agency SANA said he was killed by “terrorists” while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said he was shot by rebels who accused him of belonging to a pro-government “shabbiha” militia. The Syrian Journalistic Association (SJA) quotes the Syria Stamp network as saying one of its members, the citizen-journalist Hozan Abdel Halim Mahmoud, was killed while filming clashes between the rebel Free Syrian Army and a militia operated by the Democratic Union Party (PYD), a Kurdish party, in Ras Al-Ain, in the northeastern province of Al-Hasaka, on 20 November. Mahmoud had been very active covering demonstrations in the nearby city of Qamishli. Abed Khalil, the president of Ras Al-Ain’s Kurdish municipal council, was meanwhile killed by a Free Syrian Army sniper during clashes on 19 November. Khalil was a journalist by profession.Mohammed Al-Khalid, a citizen-journalist from Homs, was executed by the Diraa Al-Shahba Brigade’s Namr Battalion in Aleppo on 18 November for repeatedly criticizing the battalion’s actions in the city.The SJA also reports that Abdullah Hassan Kaake, a citizen-journalist, died under torture by military intelligence personnel in Aleppo on 17 November. Two of his brothers – Abdel Ghani, another citizen-journalist, and Ahmed Kaake – have already been killed since the start of the uprising in Syria.According to a Reporters Without Borders tally, at least 15 journalists and 41 citizen-journalists have been killed in connection with their journalistic activities since the start of the armed conflict.Two other citizen-journalists have been killed by shells in the past week. Mohammad Al-Zaher, also known as Abu Nasser Na’imi, was killed during shelling of the Damascus suburb of Al-Buaida on 19 November while Mustafa Kerman was fatally injured during shelling of the Aleppo district of Al-Bustan Al-Qassir on 16 November.Reporters Without Borders hails the Syrian government’s release of the Turkish cameraman Cüneyt Ünal on 17 November. An employee of US-funded Al-Hurra TV, Ünal was abducted on 20 August in Aleppo. The following three foreign journalists are still being held by their abductors or are missing: – Ankhar Kochneva, a Ukrainian journalist who has worked for many Russian news media, especially as an interpreter, was kidnapped by an FSA faction on 9 October. She was able to confirm by telephone the same day that she had been taken hostage. And then, on 12 and 13 October, she was able to contact NTV, one of the Russian media she has worked for as an interpreter. A video was released on 8 November in which she asked the Ukrainian, Russian and Syrian authorities to agree to her captors’ demands.- Bashar Fahmi Al-Kadumi, a Jordanian reporter working for Al-Hurra, went missing in Aleppo on 20 August, at the same time as his Al-Hurra colleague, Cüneyt Ünal. After his release, Ünal reported that Kadumi was wounded in the stomach by a shot fired by a Free Syrian Army sniper.- Austin Tice, a US freelancer who worked for the Washington Post, Al-Jazeera English and McClatchy, went missing while reporting in a Damascus suburb on 13 August. A video showing him held by Jihadis was posted online on 26 September. The only sign of life since his disappearance, it gave no indication as to where he is currently being held, exactly who is holding him and what their demands are. His parents gave a news conference in Beirut on 12 November to request his release. Toll of ten years of civil war on journalists in Syria SyriaMiddle East – North Africa Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Syria Read in Arabic (بالعربية) March 8, 2021 Find out more Damascus TV presenter arrested under cyber-crime law March 12, 2021 Find out more News News News RSF_en SyriaMiddle East – North Africa to go further
Subscribe Community News 11 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Make a comment Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website More Cool Stuff Boys & Girls Club Pasadena (BGCP) members, staff, and board of directors this month welcomed Brian Davis as the new Executive Director. In guiding the Club, Brian will oversee the Slavik and Mackenzie-Scott branches along with the Performing Arts Center, and will help drive the Club’s fundraising programs.Brian comes to BGCP with nearly 15 years non-profit management and fundraising experience with local, regional and national organizations that serve young people and their families. He’s worked with The Trevor Project, the national suicide prevention, crisis intervention and education program for LGBTQ youth and TEEN LINE, a youth development and crisis prevention program for Southern California’s teenagers.Brian is a Certified Fund Raising Executive with CFRE International and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley and was a competitive swimmer for 12 years. Brian is a certified SCUBA Master Instructor, and spends his nights and weekends being bossed around by his German shepherd.For more information, visit www.bgcpasadena.org. center column 3 Boys & Girls Club Pasadena Welcomes New CEO From STAFF REPORTS Published on Friday, October 30, 2015 | 11:42 am EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News Business News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Herbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Reasons Why Ultimatums Are Unhealthy For RelationshipsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Most Influential Women In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty14 Effortless Looks That Make Men StareHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyRub This All Over Your Body And He’s Guaranteed To Swoon Over YouHerbeautyHerbeauty Top of the News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
The transaction adds to Pin Oak Midstream’s growing asset base within the Appalachian Basin Pin Oak Midstream acquires assets from Laurel Mountain Midstream in NW Pennsylvania. (Credit: Michal Jarmoluk from Pixabay) Pin Oak Midstream LLC (“Pin Oak Midstream” or the “Company”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pin Oak Energy Partners LLC, announces the closing of a transaction with Laurel Mountain Midstream LLC (“LMM”), a joint venture between Williams Laurel Mountain, LLC and Chevron Northeast Upstream LLC, to acquire LMM’s Jackson Center assets (“Jackson Center”). Jackson Center includes over 1,050 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines and five (5) gathering compressor stations with a gathering capacity of over 50 MMcf/d and multiple interstate pipeline interconnects (both National Fuel Gas and Tennessee Gas Pipeline) with total interconnect capacities of almost 100 MMcf/d. The transaction adds to Pin Oak Midstream’s growing asset base within the Appalachian Basin.Brent Breon, President of Pin Oak Midstream LLC and Chief Commercial Officer of Pin Oak Energy Partners LLC, stated, “These assets in Mercer, Lawrence, and Crawford counties of Pennsylvania are a great fit to our expanding footprint and further bolster the Company’s midstream assets in the oil and wet gas windows of the Utica play in northwestern Pennsylvania. The Jackson Center assets currently gather conventional and unconventional gas from third party operators in the area and will allow Pin Oak Energy to connect and produce Utica wells currently waiting on pipelines. Additionally, Pin Oak remains committed to our ongoing efforts of executing our growth strategy through acquisitions even during these difficult times.”Pin Oak Midstream’s Appalachian Basin position consists of nearly 1,200 miles of pipeline assets; 13 interstate pipeline interconnections; gathering, processing and transportation dedications on more than 150,000 dedicated net deep acres (Marcellus and Utica) and current flowing volumes more than 15 MMcf/d. Source: Company Press Release
Back to overview,Home naval-today BAE Systems gets $33m contract for USS Lassen dry-docking refit August 2, 2017 View post tag: USS Lassen View post tag: US Navy The U.S. Navy has awarded BAE Systems Southeast Shipyards Mayport a $33.6 million firm-fixed-price contract for work on the Dry-dock Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA) repairs of guided-missile destroyer USS Lassen (DDG 82).According to a U.S. Department of Defense announcement, the work will consist of structural and tank repairs, propulsion systems repairs, ventilations and auxiliary systems repairs, temporary services habitability preservations, structural preservations, ship alterations, and miscellaneous repairs.BAE will perform the DSRA in Jacksonville, Florida, and is expected to complete it by March 2018.USS Lassen is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer which arrived to its new homeport in Florida after spending the previous ten years forward-deployed to Yokosuka, Japan. BAE Systems gets $33m contract for USS Lassen dry-docking refit Authorities View post tag: BAe Systems Share this article