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MAYPORT, Fla. — Oliver Hazard Perry-class guided missile frigate USS Nicholas (FFG 47) delivered more than four tons of cocaine and marijuana to Naval Station Mayport in Florida, seized from drug interdictions conducted in support of Operation Martillo on July 17. Crew members offloaded approximately 3,408 kilograms (7,513 pounds) of cocaine, and 109 kilograms (240 pounds) of marijuana, with an estimated wholesale value of more than US$93 million. The amount of cocaine seized was enough for 7.2 million doses, each dose approximately the same size as a sugar packet. USS Nicholas is returning to port after a 175-day deployment supporting counter illicit trafficking operations aimed at disrupting transnational organized crime and keeping drugs off the streets. With the help of some partners in the region we accomplished what we set out to do: disrupt the drug trade,” said Cmdr. Stephen Fuller, USS Nicholas commanding officer. “Interdictions are challenging, but with the help of other naval units, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and the partner nation navies, we executed a successful deployment.” During the deployment, Nicholas — with embarked U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Law Enforcement Detachment (LEDET) — conducted a combination of six disruptions and interdictions while in the Caribbean Sea, and the Atlantic and Pacific coastal waters of South and Central America. [Navy.mil, 17/07/2012; Wokv.com, 18/07/2012] By Dialogo July 20, 2012
After his return to Brazil, he remained in the 1st Fighter Aviation Regiment, on the Santa Cruz Air Force Base. Later, he studied aeronautical engineering and served as Director of Engineering at the Material Directorate and the Routes Directorate. While living in Canada, he was part of the International Civil Aviation Organization, in the city of Montreal. By Dialogo September 18, 2013 The Brazilian Air Force (FAB) and the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (FEB) registered in Brazilâ€™s military history pages of glory and heroism that make us proud and are valued by the allied countries in the Second World War conflict. Brig. MIRANDA CORRÃŠA will be remembered as an example of courage, professional virtue, an aeronautical vocation motivator, and love to the Homeland that watch his birth. By the way, Brazil was the only country which offered soldiers to the Great War without being intimidated or invited. It only requested, in retribution, a piece of land in Pistoia, Italy, to bury his dead. Today, the Pistoia cemetery is symbolic and the remains of our soldiers rest at the FEB Monument at Rio de Janeiro city.Ney de Araripe Sucupira â€“ Honorary Member of the Brazilian Air Force â€“ SÃ£o Paulo Lieutenant General José Carlos de Miranda Corrêa died on September 15, in Rio de Janeiro. He died at 1:13 p.m. at the age of 93, in the Hospital Central da Aeronáutica (HCA), where he was hospitalized. Lieutenant General Miranda Corrêa was a Combat Pilot and Information Officer in the World War II 1st Fighter Aviation Regiment, in Italy. Between November 13, 1944 and January 3, 1945, he participated in eight war missions. Currently, he was the last surviving Brazilian veteran of World War II. Before he fought in Italy, then Lieutenant Miranda Corrêa performed his training as a Combat Pilot in the United States and Panama. Some of the awards he was honored with throughout his career include the Aviation Cross – A Ribbon, the Italy Campaign, the Atlantic South Campaign, the Order of Air Merit, the Santos Dumont Order of Merit, a Distinguished Flying Cross (for sinking a German ship on the coast of Rio de Janeiro), a Presidential Unit Citation, and a Bronze Star, with the latter three having been awarded by the U.S. government.
By Erick Foronda July 17, 2019 The Bolivian combined counternarcotics force destroyed a total of 35,878 cocaine labs and 321 tons of the drug in 116,440 operations carried out in the last 10 years, the Bolivian government reported. Bolivian Vice Minister of Social Defense and Controlled Substances, Felipe Cáceres, delivered the report on May 26, in which the government offensives are estimated to have dealt a blow to narcotrafficking worth about $176 million.According to the report — the most thorough Bolivia has issued so far — the Bolivian Police’s Special Counternarcotics Force conducts daily operations with military units that provide logistics support, for example, in the handling of helicopters, small planes, boats, as well as in land transport. “This is a joint effort,” Cáceres said.According to former anti-drug czar and subject matter expert Ernesto Justiniano, who was also vice minister of Social Defense between 2002 and 2003, narcotrafficking is growing exponentially in Bolivia, and the government “is hiding information.”“I doubt any figure the government provides,” Justiniano told Diálogo. “I think they’re handling the situation from a political point of view, not a technical one, and there’s no one who can confirm the data.”According to an August 2018 report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), coca crops in Bolivia increased 6 percent between 2016 and 2017, from 23,100 to 24,500 hectares. In its 2019 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, the U.S. Department of State estimated the total coca cultivation to be 31,000 hectares.Both figures exceed the legal limits established by the Bolivian government. In March, 2017, Morales signed a law increasing the legal surface area of coca crops from 12,000 to 22,000 hectares.According to the UNODC report, up to 48 percent of the coca harvested in 2017 was used illegally. The Department of State report estimates that Bolivia produced about 249 tons of cocaine in 2017.In September 2018, the U.S. government designated Bolivia and Venezuela as countries that failed demonstrably to meet their obligations under international counter-drug agreements in the last 12 months. Bolivia’s designation was in part based on its lack of justification for the increase in coca production authorized under the new law.The UNODC report also states that almost 91 percent of coca crops in Chapare, Cochabamba department, is sold illegally. Bolivian President Evo Morales has been leading coca production unions in Chapare, a region with 931 trade unions and about 50,000 affiliates, for more than 30 years.“What happened is that they let the mice care for the cheese,” Justiniano said.Cáceres introduced the report to the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development. All activities, he said, received support from the Regional Center of Counternarcotics Intelligence, based in Bolivia, with counts on the participation of neighboring countries, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Peru.The minister added that the government assigns an annual average of $50 million to fight narcotrafficking, and assigned $430 million to this endeavor in the last decade. Bolivia expelled the Drug Enforcement Administration from the country in 2008, and rejected any counternarcotics help from the U.S. government.“It may be difficult to have zero narcotrafficking, but we have zero tolerance for narcotrafficking. It’s a mission,” Morales told the press in early June.
David Stark, a NWS meteorologists, said forecasts currently show a chance of snow from Saturday afternoon through early Monday, but it would be a “light type of snowfall, nothing too heavy.”“In the winter time, there’s always going to be unpredictability issues,” he said of forecasts, “and weather models could show something interesting and it snowballs.”“It went from one image to craziness pretty much,” Stark said of the rumor.Some armchair forecasters have used social media to spread inaccurate forecasts of snowfall up to 30 inches, prompting the public information statement from the weather service.The rumors started to gain steam on Monday when Long Island was hit with nearly 10 inches of snow.Another storm arrived Wednesday morning, dumping a dangerous mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain on the area.So far, LI has seen more than 40 inches of snow this winter. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Snow plow clearing the streets during a winter storm that hit LI.The National Weather Service released a statement apparently meant to calm fears of many who decided to believe—and spread—a social media-driven rumor warning of a massive snow storm descending on Long Island and the rest of region this weekend.Although forecast models currently show a chance of “light snow” this weekend, they do not show “the potential for a large coastal storm that would bring high impacts across the region,” the weather service said.The agency clarified its remarks further on its Facebook page:
Brands are not just brochures and logos. They are feelings. They connect with consumers on an emotional level. Those emotions are very much tied to and often triggered by our senses – sight, smell, sound, taste and touch.Think about one of your favorite memories. Is there a certain scent or sound you associate with it? Does that memory pop up when you taste a certain food or see something special like a painting? Those are the same kind of sensory experiences you want consumers to have when they experience your brand.That’s not always easy in financial services, because we are not selling tangible goods. But there are other ways to tap into those senses. Umpqua Bank allows some of its business partners to display their goods in its branches. In San Francisco, one of its partners puts out chocolates. A credit union in the southern part of the country pays someone to spend 20 hours a week baking at one of its branches so consumers smell baked goods when they conduct their financial business.Our sense of smell is actually the most sensitive of the five senses, which means scent can have a powerful effect on consumer behavior. The human nose can distinguish more than 10,000 different odors, and studies have shown that 75% of emotions are triggered by smell. Scent is such a big deal in business that companies pay a lot of money for scent marketing. They brand their own scent. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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Pattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham inspects the repairs needed at the dilapidated public service point with Pol.Lt.Col. Adisorn Kongkoy – Inspector (suppression), Pattaya Police Station responsible for Koh Lan, explaining about the leaking roof and needed rain gutters to collect rainwater. Please Support Pattaya MailPattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham led the July 10 trip to the tourist island that has been hit hard by Pattaya’s economic slowdown. He was joined by Pol. Lt. Col. Adisorn Kongkoy and other police officers and club members.Pattaya Sports Club Association in cooperation with Pattaya Police Station donated 200 sets of survival bags to help 20 families of bed ridden patients.The group loaded their relief boat with 200 bags of goods worth about 40,000 baht total and brought them to Mai Samran Temple for distribution. It was actually the sports club’s first charity mission on Koh Larn and was spearheaded by social welfare Chairwoman Noi Emmerson who knew of the hardship island residents were facing and suggested the PSC reach out.About 150 bags were given out at the wat, with another 50 delivered to homebound elderly and sick people.Police brought the group to a community center where lunch was prepared. It became obvious to club members that the facility needed fixing, so it was added to the club’s to-do list.The PSC has allocated 100,000 baht a month to buy rice and dried food to distribute to area’s needy. Another 200,000 baht likely will be needed to repair the community center.A policeman points to an area that needs repair at the public service point. Pattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham, Noi Emerson – Chairwoman of Social Welfare, Pol.Lt.Col. Adisorn Kongkoy – Inspector (suppression), Pattaya Police Station, Pol.Lt. Thongin Panyanam – Sub-inspector (suppression) donate survival bags to help Koh Lan residents.The Pattaya Sports Club teamed up with Pattaya police to donate 200 bags of food and necessities to help struggling and bedridden people on Koh Larn. Loading…Sponsored ContentFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoJason Statham Bought And Sold A Multi-Million Dollar HouseFascinating Ceilings From Different Countries Promoted Contentbrainberries10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phonebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoobrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Artbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries10 Risky Jobs Some Women Dobrainberriesbrainberries
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WEST LONG BRANCH – Dr. Paul R. Brown began his new role as president of Monmouth University on Thursday, Aug. 1, succeeding Paul G. Gaffney II, who retired on July 31 after 10 years.“It is with tremendous excitement that I join the Monmouth University community as its eighth president. The university’s enthusiasm and commitment to making its mark on the higher education landscape isMonmouth University students Thomas Beaufort and Sandy Figueroa welcome President Paul R. Brown to campus on Aug. 1. Photo credit: Jim Remepalpable across Monmouth’s Board of Trustees, faculty and staff. It is my honor to serve them, our wonderful students, and members of the wider community in an effort to reach new heights of excellence,” Brown said.Brown said his initial areas of strategic focus will include expanding opportunities for global education at the undergraduate level, and aligning graduate programs with the economic opportunities in the New York – Philadelphia business corridor.“I believe higher education has a higher calling than just mapping a four-year degree to a job,” Brown said. “But universities should also be held accountable in terms of what they’re doing for their students.”During his first few weeks on campus, Brown will be meeting with members of his cabinet, faculty and staff, student leaders, alumni, and local elected officials.Brown and his wife, Joan G. Fishman, live on campus in the presidential residence, Doherty House. Their daughter, Emma, is a student at Franklin & Marshall College.“We are thrilled to be part of the Monmouth University community. The warm welcome we have received from the campus and our new neighbors has been wonderfully inviting,” Brown said.The Board of Trustees unanimously approved Brown’s appointment on Feb. 26. He comes to Monmouth University from Lehigh University, where he served as dean of the College of Business and Economics.Before joining Lehigh, Brown spent more than 20 years at New York University’s Stern School of Business where he held a variety of senior academic and administrative positions.Brown also served on the faculties at Yale University’s School of Management, the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD) and the International University of Japan and was a guest lecturer at universities in China, Singapore, and Brazil.Brown graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Franklin & Marshall College where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He received both his Doctor of Philosophy and his Masters of Professional Accountancy degrees from the University of Texas at Austin.