View post tag: US Navy View post tag: INSURV Share this article View post tag: USS Ronald Reagan The crew aboard the U.S. Navy’s only forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) began preparations for the 2016 Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV), Oct. 7.Ronald Reagan’s INSURV is a required material inspection of 18 functional areas conducted every six years to verify the ship is fit for service to conduct combat operations at sea.Lt. Cmdr. Alex Simmons, Ronald Reagan’s INSURV coordinator, said:Our INSURV for Ronald Reagan is scheduled to begin from August 16 – 18, 2016. It’s basically a big zone inspection and spot check of the ship. INSURV is the inspection of a ship’s ability to function, as it’s supposed to, in accordance with Planned Maintenance System (PMS).The INSURV assist team visited Ronald Reagan to begin phase one of the five-phase INSURV assist team visit. Cletus Strausbaugh, type commander INSURV coordinator explained that phase one typically starts about 10 to 12 months prior to the INSURV.According to Strausbaugh, an experienced INSURV assist team has been assembled to assist Ronald Reagan to prepare her for INSURV.Ronald Reagan and its embarked air wing, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 5, provide a combat-ready force that protects and defends the collective maritime interests of the U.S. and its allies and partners in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.[mappress mapid=”17202″]Image: US Navy USS Ronald Reagan Prepares for INSURV Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Ronald Reagan Prepares for INSURV October 16, 2015 Authorities
Brasenose has teamed up with Trees for Cities to host Oxford’s first ever carbon-neutral ball today.Environmental rep Jocelyn Waller commented that the Ball committee wanted to “show that it is possible to have a normal Ball without changing much and still helping the environment.”“We worked hard not to increase the ticket prices because we wanted people to see how easy it is to create this type of ball.“We are hopeful that this will start a trend within Oxford Balls”.To show the results of the evening, Morebins will be weighing the waste streams to show much was recycled.The event’s partner agency, consultancy Environmental Perspectives, will be conducting a complete review of the environmental impact of the ball, as well as the carbon footprint, that will be shared online.
On Friday night, Phish opened their annual Labor Day weekend run at Commerce City, CO’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Park with a memorable, highlight-filled performance. In the aftermath of Phish’s first 2018 show at Dick’s, the band has shared pro-shot footage of their mid-first set “Blaze On” from night one.Coming out of an unusually-placed “What’s The Use?”, this “Blaze On” saw Trey Anastasio lean heavily on his delay effect as the band built the song to a smoking peak. This rendition also featured a skillful Page McConnell piano solo (“Blaze on, Leo!”) that energized the sold-out Colorado crowd and audibly amused Trey, as he smiled and laughed through the song’s remaining lyrics. The 12-plus minute “Blaze On” was accented by Chris Kuroda’s lighting magic, as he periodically held the high beams over the energetic field of fans to let the band enjoy the scene from their perch on the stage.You can watch pro-shot footage of Phish’s Dick’s night one “Blaze On” below:Phish – “Blaze On” [Pro-Shot][Video: LivePhish]Phish wraps up their 2018 summer tour tonight with their third and final performance at Dick’s. This October, the band will mount a 14-date fall tour culminating in a four-night Halloween run at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. For a full list of Phish’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.Below, you can check out a full gallery of photos from Phish’s first 2018 Dick’s Sporting Goods Park show courtesy of photographer Bill McAlaine.Setlist: Phish | Dick’s Sporting Goods Park | Commerce City, CO | 8/31/18Set 1: Free > Harry Hood, What’s the Use? > Blaze On, Ghost -> Crosseyed and Painless > Simple > CavernSet 2: No Men In No Man’s Land > Carini > Theme From the Bottom > Mercury > LightEncore: Martian Monster > JuliusA full soundboard recording of the show is available via LivePhish.
ROUND two of the GFF/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power U-17 Intra-Association League in the West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) kicked off last Saturday at the Uitvlugt Community Centre ground after an absence of a number of years.WDFA president Orin Ferrier disclosed that the association were able to gain access to the ground, following a series of meetings with the management of Uitvlugt Estate, part of the GUYSUCO family.Eagles celebrated the return of the game to this once popular venue which would have also hosted international matches with an exciting victory over neighbours, Uitvlugt Warriors 3-2.Eagles FC of Stewartville have continued their winnings ways and are the only unbeaten team, following the first round of this league. Their first round encounter against Uitvlugt also ended 3-2 in their favour.Charles Benn in the 41st minute, Telbert Baptiste in the 46th and Romel Medas in the 60th minute were the players rocking the back of the net for Eagles, as they stormed back in style to erase a two-goal deficit in the first half and snatch full points.Home team Uitvlugt backed by their fans had felt that they were somewhat comfortable after running away 2-0 leaders through goals from Malcolm Dainty in the 2nd minute and Travis Fraser in the 14th minute.The first-half comfort for the Warriors was however cut short on 41 minutes, when Eagles fired in the first of three unanswered goals.Hurry-ATE won the first match of this second phase via walkover from Pouderoyen FC who failed to show up. Matches will continue next week.
Former Iowa defensive end John Raymon is transferring to Syracuse, according to a Scout.com article published Monday.The former Hawkeye withdrew from classes and left Iowa in October after experiencing a rocky relationship with defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski, according to a Jan. 3 Scout.com article. The Newton, Pa. native also told the website that homesickness and personal issues ultimately led him to transfer from Iowa.Scout.com rated the 6-foot-5, 240 lb. Raymon as a three-star recruit coming out of Council Rock North High School in New Town, Pa. where he recorded 28 tackles in an injury-shortened senior season. As a junior, he finished with 59 tackles, including four sacks.Raymon turned down scholarship offers from North Carolina State, West Virginia, Purdue, Illinois, Maryland and Temple to join Iowa, according to an article published in The Gazette on Feb. 11, 2011.Despite his high school success, he never saw any time on the field during his brief and tumultuous stint with theHawkeyes.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the Jan. 3 article on Scout.com, Raymon said he was considering Temple or West Chester as prospective programs to join after leaving Iowa, but will instead suit up with the [email protected] Comments Published on June 25, 2012 at 8:17 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+