Scotland secure try bonus point in 28 minutes against Italy

first_imgFellow hooker David Cherry followed Bigi’s lead four minutes later as Scotland put their driving maul into action close to Italy’s line. It’s the first time in the Six Nations that both starting hookers have scored a try in the same match. Scott Steele has a go himself and is rewarded with the try! #GuinnessSixNations #SCOvITA pic.twitter.com/y1WTypfrbk— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) March 20, 2021Then as the clock ticked past the hour mark, Monty Ioane was sent to the sin-bin for a tip tackle on Hogg – the fact the Scotland skipper landed on his back saving the Italy winger from a red card.Two tries followed for Scotland – Johnson powering over from close range and then van der Merwe crossing for his second of the afternoon.That eighth try was created by Ali Price, the replacement scrum-half dummying his way out of Scotland’s own 22 to break to halfway and then passing over the top to van der Merwe, who sprinted into open space. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Stuart Hogg’s side with a record 52-10 victory over the Azzurri Try number scored by, @duhanvdmerwe pic.twitter.com/haAwqh8e2F— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) March 20, 2021Federico Mori was then shown a yellow card for a late charge on Sam Johnson midway through the half and Scotland scored two tries while he was in the sin-bin.First Sean Maitland and Jones combined in the Italian 22 to send Darcy Graham over. Make that 3 tries for Scotland! Darcy Graham with the score #GuinnessSixNations #SCOvITA pic.twitter.com/OrXqMa7MPj— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) March 20, 2021Then Jones scored himself after another van der Merwe run and neat pass from Stuart Hogg. Duhan van der Merwe scores Scotland’s second try against Italy (Getty Images) He was never going to be caught there! Duhan van der Merwe with another try for Scotland. #GuinnessSixNations #SCOvITA pic.twitter.com/oc0eQm6hLE— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) March 20, 2021Another heavy defeat means this is Italy’s worst Six Nations in terms of points conceded. Throughout their 2021 campaign they leaked 239 points in total, whereas their previous highest tally in that column was 228 in their first season in 2000.So Italy’s wait for a Six Nations victory goes on – they haven’t won in the championship since 2015 – while Scotland will head into Friday night’s finale against France with confidence.center_img Then Scotland’s backs got in on the action. Huw Jones broke from his own 22 to the Italian half, then the ball was recycled, spread wide and Duhan van der Merwe broke down the wing to get over the try-line. Scotland secure bonus point in 28 minutes against ItalyScotland scored eight tries as they beat Italy by a record 52-10 margin in the Six Nations.It took Scotland just 28 minutes to score four tries and secure the bonus point against Italy – quicker than any other country has managed in the 2021 championship.France and England both got their fourth try against the Azzurri after 49 minutes while Ireland took 42 minutes. When Ken Owens touched down for his second and Wales’ fourth last weekend, the clock was on 29 minutes.Scotland shaved a few seconds off that with Huw Jones going over the line for the hosts’ fourth try at BT Murrayfield in the 28th minute. Then they added another four tries in the second period.It was Italy, however, who got the first try of the game. Paolo Garbisi gave the visitors the perfect lineout position to attack from five metres out after kicking a penalty to touch and from the ensuing maul captain Luca Bigi broke off to score in the corner after just six minutes. Their 4th try of the half #GuinnessSixNations #SCOvITA pic.twitter.com/cl97Q5DY3u— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) March 20, 2021It took Scotland 18 first-half minutes to score four tries and secure the bonus point, and they extended their 24-10 lead in the second period.Italy’s ill-discipline didn’t help their cause as two more players were sent to the sin-bin after the break – any team would struggle with being a man down for half an hour.Scotland’s fifth try came against a full complement of Italian players, Cherry getting his second from another driving maul in the 44th minute. David Cherry starting the second half as he started the first! Second try of the day for the hooker. #GuinnessSixNations #SCOvITA pic.twitter.com/QqadC5G3Aq— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) March 20, 2021Sebastian Negri was yellow-carded in the 52nd minute for a deliberate knock-on as Scotland pressured the Italian line and it didn’t take long for the hosts to take advantage.From a five-metre scrum, Scott Steele passed to Johnson on a hard line. The centre was brought down close to the posts, Steele collected the ball and twisted over to touch down himself. Silky link-up play from Scotland. Can’t get to the shops? Download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet. Subscribe to the print edition for magazine delivery to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.last_img read more

Air ambulance to continue despite controversy

first_img Ireland Air Ambulance (IAA) has vowed to continue operations despite recent revelations about its finances and the viability of its plans to launch an air ambulance in Ireland.Last month the BBC reported that IAA has spent nearly 90% of its first year income on fundraising and administration and that its plans to establish an air ambulance had not received the backing of emergency or health authorities in Ireland.In a statement on its website IAA says it has raised nearly £700,000 towards the cost of operating an air ambulance. Advertisement 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. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis “We have done this in good faith to meet a genuine charitable need. Our fundraising has always focused on creating a ‘sustainable’ programme. With continued support we are close to realising our ambition to launch this vital life saving service,” the statement says.IAA is unapologetic about its finances and says its high fundraising and administration cost ‘has been confirmed as normal by the NI Charities Commission and a leading accountancy firm.’ The NI Charities Commission has recently appointed board members but is not yet operational in Northern Ireland.The website also reveals that two of the charity’s three trustees are close relations of the senior staff member. One of the trustees is the wife of its manager while another is a sister in law.IAA’s last set of audited accounts were for the year ending March 2007 and it now says ‘that although there was no legal requirement to undergo an audit in 2007-2008 [18 months] this was insisted upon by the Trustees.’www.irelandairambulance.org Howard Lake | 4 August 2009 | Newscenter_img Air ambulance to continue despite controversy  28 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Finance Ireland Law / policylast_img read more

The RTÉ Concert Orchestra present Niamh Regan + David Kitt

first_imgLifestyleEntertainmentLimerickMusicNewsThe RTÉ Concert Orchestra present Niamh Regan + David KittBy Meghann Scully – April 27, 2021 171 The RTÉ Concert Orchestra present Niamh Regan + David KittONE of the biggest songs in Ireland so far this year is the captivating rendition of The Saw Doctors’ N17, performed by Tolü Makay and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, with Tolü recording in the RTÉ Radio Centre and the members of the orchestra recording their parts separately at home. ( Watch it here: https://youtu.be/k6sD1i3M0qY )Despite the challenges imposed by the pandemic, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra continue to produce ambitious creative projects whilst working and recording remotely.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This Bank Holiday Monday, 2pm, on RTÉ Radio 1, Cathal Murray presents an hour of musical magic from leading artists Niamh Regan and David Kitt, performing alongside the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.The one-hour special will feature conversations and a selection of songs from both artists, with orchestral arrangements by Caimin Gilmore and Cormac McCarthy. And meeting for the first time, Niamh and David will come together for a duet of ‘Two Seagulls’, one of the standout tracks from Regan’s recent debut album ‘Hemet’.Galway sensation Niamh Regan has received consistent praise her debut released in September 2020 via Black Gate Records. Comparisons with contemporary artists such as Laura Marling, Lisa Hannigan, This Is the Kit and Sarah Jarosz have popped up regularly in the UK and Irish press, while discerning critics detect the influence of Nick Drake, Bert Jansch, Richard Thompson, Tom Waits, Paul Brady, and Karen Dalton.Nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the prestigious RTÉ Choice Music Prize and RTÉ Folk Awards, ‘Hemet’ is an album full of musical accomplishment, emotional maturity, and subtle craft.See Niamh Regan live later this year on her first national tour. She will perform at the Róisín Dubh Galway, DeBarra’s Folk Club, Levis’ Corner House, Coughlan’s Live Cork, Dolan’s Limerick (presented by Seoda Shows), Whelan’s Dublin (presented by Singular Artists), The Duncairn Belfast, Spirit Store Dundalk, and the Set Theatre Kilkenny + more to be announced. Tickets are on sale now at niamhregan.comDavid Kitt is an Irish musician/producer that crosses multiple genres. He has released eight albums of songs under his own name and also makes music as New Jackson, Garies (with Lumigraph), The Lock-In (with Tim Wheeler and Conor Creaney); and has recently started ‘Awayday’ a label for his more experimental material.This year, to celebrate 20 years since the release of his debut album, Kitt has revisited 20 songs from his extensive back catalogue. Choosing 20 songs to re-record for an intimate reworking of some of his favourite and most successful tracks, the new collection, “20”, will be released independently on vinyl and digital later in May 2021.Later this year, he’ll release a brand-new David Kitt album via AllCity Records.The RTÉ Concert Orchestra presents Niamh Regan and David Kitt – an hour of music and chat hosted by Cathal Murray, 2pm Monday 3rd May on RTÉ Radio 1. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleLimerick Ladies Football Panel for 2021 confirmedNext articleLimerick Post Show | Menopause Health Meghann Scully Advertisement WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook Email Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live center_img Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Print Twitter Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick TAGSDavid KitteningKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostNiamh ReganRTE Orchestra Linkedin WhatsApp Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener last_img read more

RGNUL Under Govt Scanner Following CAG Reports On Financial Irregularities

first_imgNews UpdatesRGNUL Under Govt Scanner Following CAG Reports On Financial Irregularities Radhika Roy26 May 2020 9:00 AMShare This – xRajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL) is under the scanner of the Ministry of Higher Education, Government of Punjab after numerous financial and administrative irregularities were highlighted in RGNUL’s Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) reports from 2006-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18. The state’s Higher Education Department has sought for an explanation from the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginRajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL) is under the scanner of the Ministry of Higher Education, Government of Punjab after numerous financial and administrative irregularities were highlighted in RGNUL’s Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) reports from 2006-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18. The state’s Higher Education Department has sought for an explanation from the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Paramjit Singh Jaswal for the discrepancies found in the report amongst other things. The University, which was established in 2006, has been mired in multiple controversies since Dr. Jaswal assumed his office as the Vice-Chancellor in 2011. Sources indicate that Dr. Jaswal may have tendered his resignation to the Chancellor of RGNUL, Mr. Justice Ravi Shankar Jha in light of the inquiry initiated by Sh. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa (Minister). However, he was unavailable for a comment on the same. Financial Irregularities It was reported last Friday by “The Tribune” that the Office of Directorate, Education Department (Colleges) has sought for details regarding the spending of the various grants by the University. Additionally, details of expenses on electricity, water, conveyance, travel etc. have also been demanded. On 31st August, 2019, the alumni of the University had sent an anonymous letter to Mr. Anurag Verma, the then Principal Secretary of Higher Education, Punjab, citing various grievances with Dr. Jaswal ranging from “erroneous personal use of official vehicles” to “appointment of the Registrar in non-compliance with the RGNUL Act, 2006”, and sought for an immediate inquiry. The letter sought for a “forensic audit” into the conduct of Dr. Jaswal and claimed that the corruption in the University is “deep rooted and well-hidden”. It is to be noted at this point that as per the RTI Act, the full financial statements of the University have to be published on the website. However, there has been abject failure of adherence of this obligation since the inception of the University. Sources say that the duty was shirked and anyone seeking to peruse the statements was asked to see them personally as “the information is voluminous and only available in paper form”. However, it should be noted that these Financial Statements (a copy of which is with Live Law India), are typed out on a computer and not handwritten, and hence cannot be “only available in paper form”. As of today, the financial statements have still not been uploaded on the website of the University. There have also been allegations that funds have been disbursed without inviting tenders, in contravention of the RGNUL Regulations. For instance, Rs. 1.7 lakh was spent on the 2017 RGNUL National Moot Competition. However, despite the RGNUL Regulations mandating tenders, there had been no tender inviting bids for the same. In the CAG report, it was stated that the tendering process was done away with in order to conclude the exercise swiftly. Though the University stated that the lowest quotation had been accepted, the CAG report itself mentions that there was no evidence or paper trail of the same. LiveLaw was also informed that though floodlights were installed on the sports field in the RGNUL campus, however, there was no invitation for the tender on the website of the University; all tenders are otherwise mentioned on the website. The CAG report emphasizes another important point that work of construction of an Auditorium building worth Rs. 9.99 crore had been allotted to an ineligible contractor. The question regarding “unfruitful expenditure of Rs. 1.25 crore” for the construction of the Registrar’s residence which has since been converted into a VVIP guest house, has also been raised in the report. It was also noted that RGNUL’s building plan had not been approved by Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority. It is further highlighted in the CAG report that there has been a denial of intended benefits to the students under the Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of “Top Class Education for SC and ST students” for the year 2016-2017. Despite four students applying for the scholarship, there had been no disbursement of the funds and the eligible students were deprived of the intended benefits of the scheme. The University responded that the grant was to be released by the Government into the accounts of the beneficiaries and the information regarding the same was given to the University by the Ministry accordingly. No Tender for Procurement and Installation of CCTVs In March, 2019, a five-day protest had erupted in the campus wherein students had demanded revocation of arbitrary suspension of six students, an inquiry into the conduct of Administrative Officer Capt. SP Singh (Retd.), formation of a RGNUL Student Bar Association (still not approved) and equal in-time for all students. In order to restore normalcy, the Punjab Advocate-General intervened and, after prolonged deliberations by a committee, the demands of the students were finally agreed to in principle. However, within a week of the protests ending, the students discovered the presence of multiple CCTV cameras on the campus. On 25th September, Internet Freedom Foundation filed an RTI to enquire about the total number of CCTVs present in the campus and their locations. It was found that the number of CCTVs that had been installed in RGNUL had more than doubled in the span of 7 months, i.e. since the protest. Apart from that, reply to the RTI application also brought to notice that no tender had been released for the installation/ procurement of CCTVs in RGNUL; the purchase had been made directly from a company by the name of D-Link (India) Ltd. Therefore, CCTV cameras worth Rs. 19 lakh had been purchased by the University without inviting tenders. STUDENTS HAVE FILED AN APPEAL TO GET A COPY OF THE INQUIRY REPORT AGAINST SP SINGH TO NO AVAIL Once the protest at RGNUL had ended, Additional District and Sessions Judge, Smt. Manjot Kaur was appointed by the then Chancellor, as the Enquiry Officer to initiate an inquiry into the conduct of SP Singh. Students, who were subjected to cross-questioning by SP Singh’s lawyer for up to 4 hours in some cases, had engaged a law firm based in Chandigarh as their pro bono legal counsels looking at the seriousness of the situation. The students have run pillar to post to obtain a copy of the Inquiry Report. However, the same has not been furnished to them and they have now approached the Central Information Commission. “RGNUL says we don’t have it. District Court, where the Inquiry Office sat says that a report has been prepared and sent to the Chancellor and advises that he same be sought from the High Court. The High Court tells us to seek the report from RGNUL. We don’t know when the Central Information Commission will hear us”, they say.RGNUL Under Govt Scanner Following CAG Reports On Financial Irregularities https://www.livelaw.in/preview/story-83633 Singh had resigned when all formalities related to the inquiry had elapsed, excepting the publication of the report. In Singh’s resignation letter, which the students procured after filing yet another RTI, it was stated multiple times that his actions were a direct result of the orders of his seniors. Students have informed LiveLaw that Singh’s senior was Dr. Jaswal. It is alleged by the students that the report indicts Dr. Jaswal directly, which is why it has been buried. ILLEGAL EXTENSION OF DR. JASWAL’S TERM AS VC A letter dated 2nd December, 2019, has brought up the issue of the illegal extension of Dr. Jaswal’s appointment as the VC of RGNUL. Students of the University had addressed a letter to a judge of the Supreme Court of India regarding and had requested him to take action. The letter cites Section 22(5) of the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Act, 2006 which states that the term of the office of a VC will be for a period of five years, and that he shall be eligible for reappointment for further terms. Additionally, an extension of a maximum of one year can be awarded to the VC by the Chancellor. Dr. Jaswal had assumed office of the VC in February 2011, and his term was to end in February 2016, as per the provisions of the statute. However, in a response to an RTI which had been filed to enquire about the nature of Dr. Jaswal’s reappointment, it was found that Dr. Jaswal had been granted an extension of 5 years, i.e. till 7th February, 2021 by the then Acting Chief Justice, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Shiavax Jal Vazifdar. The letter contends that the extension of 5 years could not have been granted because no selection process had been conducted, as required under Sections 22(2) and 22(3) of the RGNUL Act. There had also been no selection committee nor were any names recommended to the Acting Chief Justice/ Acting Chancellor/ Chancellor of RGNUL. Therefore, the letter alleges that the only way Dr. Jaswal could have been granted an extension would be if he had misrepresented the provisions of the RGNUL Act to the Acting Chief Justice and gotten a signature based on incomplete, incorrect and fraudulent facts. With the cracks in the administration of the University slowly seeing the light of the day as a result of the students’ increasing demands for accountability and action, the Punjab Government has now initiated a probe into the functioning of RGNUL on the basis of the CAG report. It has been reported in ‘Hindustan Times’ that an Education Department official informed HT that the government had the right to ask how the money was spent as Rs. 220 crores had been pumped into the University’s system by them. A reply is now awaited before further action is taken against the University.Next Storylast_img read more

Staff unsettled by daily grind of long-distance commuting

first_imgRelated posts: Previous Article Next Article Employeeswith long journeys to work are more likely to look for new jobs, according toresearch by the Recruitment Confidence Index. Itshows that one in three employers think staff with long commutes would belooking for new jobs.Thesurvey, produced with recruitment consultancy TMP Worldwide, also found thatfour in 10 employers believe the time taken to travel to work causes seriousrecruitment difficulties.ShaunTyson, professor of human resource management at Cranfield School of Managementwhich published the research, said, “Journey-to-work time and the discomfort oftravel are significant issues to the individual, both for making decisions onjob offers and the decision on whether to remain with the employer.”Athird of 575 employers questioned said travel problems are causing people toarrive late and exacerbate absenteeism.Tocompensate, half of all UK organisations offer recruits flexible hours and onein 10 allow them to work from home.Ifthe commute lasts more than one hour, 18 per cent of recruits have the optionof homeworking.Only5 per cent of employees whose journey times last less than an hour have theoption to work from home.MostUK firms do not offer alternative means of travel, with only 14 per centoffering subsidised parking and seven per cent receiving travel subsidy.Only2 per cent provide company transport and 1 per cent actively support car pools.Inthe US, some companies offer concierge services so that executives can balancetheir work and home lives.www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/rciByRichard Staines Comments are closed. center_img Features list 2021 – submitting content to Personnel TodayOn this page you will find details of how to submit content to Personnel Today. We do not publish a… Staff unsettled by daily grind of long-distance commutingOn 20 Mar 2001 in Commuting, Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Russia: Navy Commissions Consul Submersible

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today Russia: Navy Commissions Consul Submersible Russia: Navy Commissions Consul Submersible View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: commissions December 15, 2011 View post tag: Submersiblecenter_img View post tag: Russia View post tag: Consul Russian Navy’s ensign – St. Andrew’s flag – was triumphantly hoisted on the autonomous deep-sea submersible Consul at JSC Zvezdochka Ship Repair Center, reported Russian Defense Ministry Press Service.Deputy defense minister Gen. Nikolai Makarov endorsed the submersible’s acceptance certificate in Sept 2011 after state trials.As was earlier planned, Consul submersible was commissioned by the order of Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief.State trials of the Consul deep-sea submersible were completed in May 2011 with effective submergence to the depth of 6,270 meters in the North Atlantic.Project Consul was developed by JSC Malakhit Design Bureau (St. Petersburg).The submersible was built by JSC Admiralteyskie Verfi shipyard by the order of Russian defense ministry and is used for underwater technical and search/rescue works, planting of transponder beacons on underwater objects, lifting and transportation ashore equipment with the mass of up to 200 kg, preparatory works by manipulators on underwater objects for further lifting by a platform ship.The hull is made of high-tensile titanium alloy purposely developed by the Prometei Central Research Institute of Construction Materials. Length of the submersible is 8.4 meters, beam/height is 3.9 meters, weight is 26 tons, crew is 2-3 men, endurance is 12 hours, speed is 3 knots.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 15, 2011; Image: sdelanounas View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

US Navy Adjusts Selective Reenlistment Bonus Plan to Retain Critical Skilled Sailors

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today US Navy Adjusts Selective Reenlistment Bonus Plan to Retain Critical Skilled Sailors January 10, 2012 The Navy released an updated Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) award plan Jan. 6 in NAVADMIN 013/12.SRB is a special incentive pay to help meet critical skill reenlistment benchmarks. The intent of the SRB is to reward those who attain special training in skills most critical to current needs and mission requirements. While the Navy has 31 overmanned ratings there are 91 specific critical skills that use SRB to help meet critical skill needs. “The SRB program provides a needed incentive to our top performing Sailors with critical skills,” said Rear Adm. Tony Kurta, director, military personnel plans and policy. “We will continue to monitor our bonus programs to maximize retention behavior in our most critical skills within the constraints of our budget.”Enlisted Community Managers continuously monitor the health of their community and make recommendations to leadership, as required, to maintain acceptable manning levels.From the 91 skill/zone combinations detailed in NAVADMIN 253/11, this update includes reductions for eight skills, four skills elimination, 31 skills award levels increase and 11 skills added to the list.The plan also continues the quota management policy established in NAVADMIN 166/11, whereby reenlistment requests for SRB will be approved based on quota availability.As with Perform to Serve (PTS), eligible Sailors desiring SRB reenlistment are encouraged to work with their command career counselors, command master chiefs, and chain of command to discuss timing of reenlistment and procedures well before their end of active obligated service.Command career counselors can use the Force Management System or the Officer Personnel Information System (OPINS) to submit an SRB request.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , January 10, 2012; Image: navy View post tag: to View post tag: Skilled View post tag: Naval View post tag: Critical View post tag: Navy View post tag: Adjusts Authorities US Navy Adjusts Selective Reenlistment Bonus Plan to Retain Critical Skilled Sailors View post tag: SRB View post tag: sailors View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Retain View post tag: plan Share this articlelast_img read more

Indonesian MoD becomes first Skeldar V-200 customer

first_img Share this article View post tag: V-200 View post tag: Indonesia View post tag: UMS Skeldar View post tag: UAV Authoritiescenter_img Back to overview,Home naval-today Indonesian defence ministry becomes first Skeldar V-200 customer After a period of performance tests carried out in the latter part of 2016, the Indonesian ministry of defence became the first ever Skeldar V-200 UAV customer, UMS Skeldar announced.The delivery of the V-200 vertical take-off and landing UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) marks the start of a working partnership and the commencement of a training programme contract between UMS Skeldar and the Indonesian MoD.Indonesia deployed the Skeldar V-200 as part of performance and acceptance tests during Q4 2016, paving the way for the procurement and pilot training in Indonesia. With the world’s second longest coastlines, the tests and patrol evaluations were carried out across land and navy applications, the company said.“We’re proud to announce our contract with the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Indonesia, which cements our business model of forming strategic relationships within priority regions across the world,” Jakob Baumann, CEO and delegate of the board at UMS Skeldar, said.“The SKELDAR V-200 is the leading RPAS multi-payload and high-endurance platform within the mid-range UAV market, incorporating Saab’s experience of 80 years in the aviation industry. This will be demonstrated at Aero India 2017 as part of the first ever live flight demonstration of the SKELDAR V-200 at an air show.”The training programme provided in Indonesia was delivered by UMS Skeldar training director Ewen Stockbridge-Sime, who specialises in global civilian and military ISR/ C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) strategies. “The contract in Indonesia confirms the importance of IRS and SAR (Search and Rescue) strategies within complex territories and how UAVs can be used as a stand-alone or integrated platform deployed from land bases or seaborne,” said Stockbridge-Sime. “With our associated package offering, UMS SKELDAR is helping its partners to gather the necessary intelligence they require more quickly and efficiently than ever before.” Indonesian defence ministry becomes first Skeldar V-200 customer February 15, 2017last_img read more

Master of Social Work – Full-time Tenure-track Faculty

first_img* Are you a Christian?YesNo Position TitleMaster of Social Work – Full-time Tenure-track Faculty If no, please explain (required):(Open Ended Question)* Are you both familiar with and not in conflict with thefundamental doctrines and practices of the California SouthernBaptist Convention as stated in the Baptist Faith and Message datedJune 14, 2000? (Please see above link for more information)Yes (I am familiar and not in conflict)No (I am in conflict or not familiar) The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at California BaptistUniversity invites applicants for a full-time, 9-month,tenure-track position in the Master of Social Work program at theAssistant Professor rank. Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Duties including teaching at both the undergraduate and graduatelevels, actively engaging in research and scholarship and servingwith purpose and distinction within the community. A stronginterest in and commitment to the integration of faith and learningin the practice of social work are required. Preference will begiven to candidates with a history of quality teaching, notablescholarship, and demonstrated relational skills.The position will remain open until it is filled. Teaching Responsibilities State and Federal law permit California Baptist University todiscriminate on the basis of religion in order to fulfill itspurpose. The University does not discriminate contrary to eitherState or Federal law. Nondiscrimination Statementcenter_img The successful candidate should possess a Master’s degree in socialwork, sociology, psychology, or a closely related field.Preference will be given to applicants with a doctoraldegree. Posting Details Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsChristian Experience EssayCurriculum VitaeLetter of Reference 1Letter of Reference 2Unofficial TranscriptOptional DocumentsCover LetterLetter of Reference 3 Quick Link to Postinghttps://jobs.calbaptist.edu/postings/6208 * Do you attend church regularly?YesNo Position Summary Qualificationslast_img read more

Vanderburgh County Commissioners November 7, 2017 Meeting Agenda

first_imgApproval of October 24, 2017 Meeting MinutesEmployment ChangesCounty Health Department: Old National Events Plaza Fee Waiver for the County Blood Drive on November 30th, 2017Soil and Water Conservation District: October 23, 2017 Meeting MinutesTravel Request Form: Health Department (1)County Auditor: October 2017 Accounts Payable VoucherSurplus Requests:County Public Defender Agency: Office Chair and a TV/DVD PlayerSuperior Court, Juvenile Division: Two Computers and Two Transcription Recorders Burdette Park:Tree Removal QuoteOverhead Door Quotes Old BusinessEID AGENDA For The Vanderburgh County Board of CommissionersNovember 7, 2017 At 3:00 pm, Room 301Call to OrderAttendancePledge of AllegiancePermission to Open Bids for VC17-10-02: Concrete Repairs in Brookview Subdivision Permission to Open Bids for VC17-10-03: Milling & Resurfacing in Keystone Subdivision Action ItemsEllen Horan with Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville UpdateFirst Reading of CO.V-12-17-007 & Permission to Advertise Notice of Public HearingFirst Reading of CO.V-12-17-008 & Permission to Advertise Notice of Public HearingFirst Reading of Ordinance C.O.11-17-023: Amending the County’s Stormwater Drainage ControlFirst Reading of Ordinance CO.11-17-024: Establishing a County Riverboat Casino FundFirst Reading of Ordinance C.O.: Amending Section 15.36.100 (G) Contractor Licensing FeesFirst Reading of Ordinance C.O.: Amending Section 15.08.080 Building and Construction Fee ScheduleRequest to Waive Guidelines for Retiree InsuranceCounty Commissioners:Tri- State Community Clinics Contract2018 Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield Medical & Vision and HRI Dental Renewal First Reading of Rezoning Ordinance VC-11-2017 County Engineer:Department Head ReportWaiver of Mineral Interest for Green River Road Phase 6- Parcel 8 First Reading of Rezoning Ordinance VC-10-2017 RezoningFirst Reading of Rezoning Ordinance VC-9-2017 Petitioner: Vieira Brothers, Inc.Address: 900 E. Mt. Pleasant RdRequest: Change from C-4 to M-2 with UDC Department Head ReportsNew BusinessHealth Savings AccountVanderburgh County Jail Noncompliance Letter2018 Commissioners Calendar Petitioner: McCullough Development, LLCAddress: 6 N. Elm AvenueRequest: Change from R-1 to R-3 with UDC Public CommentConsent ItemsContracts, Agreements and LeasesComputer Services: GIS Data Contract Petitioner: SEZ Holdings, LLCAddress: 5801 Ruston LaneRequest: Change from Ag to M-2 with UDCAdjournmentFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more