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USS Shiloh Receives Unit Tactics Award

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first_img Share this article Authorities Ticonderoga class guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh (CG 67) was named the 2014 Unit Tactics Award recipient for Commander, Carrier Strike Group 5, March 9.In a message announcing the award, the awardees were recognized for their exceptional preparedness and warfighting skill, which is key to improving warfighting readiness.The award is based on accomplishments over the course of the year, both in real-world operations and readiness as demonstrated through training and certifications.Capt. Kurush Morris, Shiloh’s commanding officer, said:Shiloh has had a successful and busy year, accomplishing numerous warfare certifications while maintaining a full operational schedule.Shiloh’s nomination letter specifically identified their accomplishments in integrated air-and-missile defense and ballistic missile exercises, as the Seventh Fleet ballistic missile defense commander, and its superior performance during Fleet Synthetic Training.They were also nominated for participation in exercise Valiant Shield, the largest U.S. only Naval exercise, MULTISAIL 14, and multiple bi-lateral exercises with regional partners and operations throughout the region.Shiloh, forward-deployed to Yokosuka, Japan, is on patrol in the 7th Fleet area of operation supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.Image: US Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Shiloh Receives Unit Tactics Award View post tag: Tactics View post tag: americas USS Shiloh Receives Unit Tactics Award View post tag: USS Shiloh March 13, 2015 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: receives View post tag: Unit View post tag: Naval View post tag: award View post tag: Navylast_img read more

Press release: FCO Minister Field statement on the situation in Kachin state, Burma

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first_img Follow Foreign Office Minister Mark Field @MarkFieldUK For journalists Media enquiries Minister Field said: Email [email protected] Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn I remain deeply concerned about the intense fighting between the Burmese Army and the Kachin Independence Army, which has since April led to over 6000 people being newly displaced. This has added to the humanitarian suffering already experienced across the state over several years. I call on the Burmese military to fulfil its duty to respect international humanitarian law, ensure access for humanitarian organisations and allow the 2000 civilians trapped by the fighting to leave to safe areas. The new Burmese Northern Commander, Major-General Teza Kyaw, must ensure that the soldiers under his command show restraint and protect civilians. The UK will continue to offer substantial humanitarian support: in the last financial year we provided £6.1 million in humanitarian relief to Kachin and northern Shan. I call on all parties to the conflict to cease fighting, protect civilians, and return fully to peace talks, which the UK supports and which seek to bring to an end 70 years of internal conflict in Burma. The UK will continue to raise, both with the Burmese authorities and the international community, our anxiety at the continued armed conflicts and the constraints on humanitarian access around the country. The UK restates its commitment to supporting the triple transition in Burma: from military rule to democratic civilian government, from conflict to peace, and from a closed economy to an open one. Further information Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebooklast_img read more

Boguslawski Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge

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first_imgAndrew Boguslawski, 44, has pleaded guilty in federal court to explosives charge.A Moores Hill man facing federal charges in Ohio has pleaded guilty.The attorney for Andrew Boguslawski, 44, said his client agreed to admit guilt to having  illegal explosive devices but had planned to use them for legitimate training purposes.Boguslawski was stopped for speeding by an Ohio patrolman on I-70 west of Columbus on New Years Day. Authorities allegedly found explosives, firearms, detonators and ammunition after a search of his vehicle. Investigators said he was on his way back to Indiana from Pennsylvania.He is also a member of the Indiana National Guard.Boguslawski’s attorney said while his defendant is guilty of having illegal devices, there was no plan to use them on anyone or anything.The guilty plea will put the Moores Hill man behind bars for maximum of 10 years.last_img read more

Women’s hockey set for North Dakota

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first_imgMegan Duggan leads Wisconsin with 60 points and recently ended a 25 game point streak last Sunday, setting a program record.[/media-credit]Talk about distractions.Sunday marks the Wisconsin women’s hockey team’s last regular season home game, and while it may mark the ending of another season, it’ll be a celebration of the success the Badgers have already had.Between sending off five seniors and the awarding of the WCHA conference title, head coach Mark Johnson needs to keep his team focused.“A lot of distractions, one thing a coach doesn’t like,” Johnson said. “But I think we’ve convinced the players that when they drop the puck and it’s time to play, you’ve got to be ready to go.”No. 1 Wisconsin (26-2-2, 20-2-2-2 WCHA) hosts No. 8 North Dakota (17-8-3, 15-7-2-0 WCHA) at the Kohl Center Friday night and Sunday afternoon.With the WCHA title sealed up, the Badgers are just trying to stay hot heading into the postseason, while the Fighting Sioux have a very different kind of motivation.“They’re playing for moving up in the standings,” Johnson said. “They’re playing to keep their momentum going. It should be a good series.”Both UW and UND boast two Olympian forwards in twin sisters Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux for the Sioux and Meghan Duggan and Hilary Knight for the Badgers.The Lamoureux’s combine for a total of 44 goals and 50 assists. With these two on the ice, North Dakota becomes an instant threat.“Jocelyne and Monique, they’re great players,” Duggan said. “I played against them and with them. We just have to play them honest. They like to take players one-on-one. We have to make sure we handle that and just play our game.”The defense may have its hands full with the offensive combination of the Lamoureux sisters, but playing in the WCHA week in and week out has provided a lot of preparation.“I think it’s kind of the same as what we’ve been doing for every team,” junior defenseman Brittany Haverstock said. “Every team in the WCHA is so offensively talented so we have to be aware every game. Especially this game when we have two Olympians, just getting that puck up as quick as we can and try and create some offense.”For the sixth week in a row, the Badgers have held on to the No. 1 spot in the nation and have gone 14-0-2 in their last 16 games. North Dakota has only dropped one game since Dec. 11 and hopes to pick up momentum with an upset over Wisconsin.“Definitely a feisty game,” Haverstock said of the matchup. “They’re an aggressive team and they have a lot of talented players. It’s going to be a really gritty game, so I’m looking forward to it.”“At this point it’s just maintenance and consistency, just making sure we’re staying on top of things, not getting complacent,” Duggan said. “Obviously we’ve got a bullseye on our backs right now and I think any team is looking to grab a win from us. Like I said, just stay consistent and keep up our good work habits and we should be ok.”After a 10,668 fan crowd the last time it played at home, Wisconsin just hopes to share the weekend and its success with all of its supporters.“This weekend is super special with us getting the conference trophy, and it being senior weekend, it’d be great to get a lot of fans in there,” Duggan said. “It’s huge for us to get that trophy. As a lot of people say, it’s one of the hardest ones to get. You’ve got to play hard for 26 games consistently throughout the season. It’s a tough one to get and we’re definitely excited to hoist it on Sunday.”last_img read more

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