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Azeri, Maltese Armed Forces Visit Italian San Marco Brigade

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first_img Share this article Authorities November 5, 2014 Azeri, Maltese Armed Forces Visit Italian San Marco Brigade View post tag: forces View post tag: Armed View post tag: Naval View post tag: europe View post tag: Maltese View post tag: San Marco Brigade Back to overview,Home naval-today Azeri, Maltese Armed Forces Visit Italian San Marco Brigade View post tag: Italian Navy View post tag: Visit View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy During the last week of October two delegations respectively from the Azeri and Maltese armed forces visited the Italian Navy San Marco Brigade.According to the programme, the two delegations were offered practical demonstrations of training modules, such as virtual polygon, fast rope descent from the daredevils tower, climbing on an artificial cliff and personal defence; then paid a visit to the exhibitions held at the armoury, the landing craft, and the motorized corps of the Brigade.After the visit, the delegations could watch the 1st and 2nd Regiment training activities which included a simulated attack to the coast with an AAV-7 (Assault Amphibious Vehicle) and RIB (Rigid-Inflatable Boat); activities with an LMV (Light Multirole Vehicle), and target shooting during boarding operations on suspect vessels.At the end, the delegations met the commanding officer of Battaglione Scuole Caorle, to consider the possibility to start a shared training programme with the Italian Brigade in order to improve their operational skills.Press release, Image: Italian Navy View post tag: Azerilast_img read more

Credit unions face ‘perfect storm’ of tech changes in 2015

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first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr A sea of forces–investment, innovation and competition–could expand what credit unions, and other financial institutions, will spend on technology in 2015, according to a new report on technology expectations.” Bankers as Buyers 2015 ,” compiled by William Mills Agency, a financial public relations and marketing services company, could provide credit unions a glimpse into how they might mold their technology budgets, including in the realms of mobile technology, branch transformation and data security.Based on the agency’s forecast, 2015 sets up to be a busy 12 months. Scott Mills, president of William Mills, said the year will usher in a “perfect storm” of robust investment in fintech, competitive pressure from nontraditional financial companies and a wave of innovation.“From all appearances, more investment is flowing into financial and payment technology companies than I’ve ever seen in my career,” Mills said in the report, which received input from the Credit Union National Association. “Once considered too esoteric for many local and general business media, the fintech industry has become more mainstream. continue reading »last_img read more

Governor Wolf Announces Closure of Pennsylvania Schools

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first_img March 13, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Announces Closure of Pennsylvania Schoolscenter_img Education,  Press Release Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced that all K-12 Pennsylvania schools will be closed for 10 business days effective Monday, March 16. The administration has been working with school districts as well as state and local officials to gather input on this decision. The Wolf Administration will continue to monitor Covid-19 in the commonwealth, and at the end of 10 days will reevaluate and decide whether continued closure is needed.Governor Wolf made the following statement:We understand that these are trying times and recognize the impact of the coronavirus on our students and communities.First and foremost, my top priority as governor – and that of our education leaders – must be to ensure the health and safety of our students and school communities.As such, I am ordering that all schools in the commonwealth close for the next two weeks.Be aware that no school district will be penalized if it fails to meet the 180 day or school hours requirements.The Department of Education will work with intermediate units and other stakeholders to support school districts with any continuity of learning plans they may be pursuing.Also, the Pennsylvania Department of Education announced today that it received a waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to allow eligible schools to serve meals to low income students in a non-congregate setting, such as a drive-through or grab and go, during this closure. We will also work with schools to assist them with those plans.We appreciate your collaboration as we work together to deal with this difficult issue.last_img read more

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