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USA: Sailors Injured During Replenishment at Sea

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first_img View post tag: sailors View post tag: during Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Sailors Injured During Replenishment at Sea Training & Education View post tag: Injured View post tag: sea View post tag: Replenishment View post tag: News by topiccenter_img USA: Sailors Injured During Replenishment at Sea View post tag: Naval October 17, 2012 Four Sailors were injured Oct. 16 aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) when a line parted during a refueling at sea between Truman and the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Patuxent (T-AO 201) off the coast of Florida.Two of the injured Sailors were flown via Navy helicopter to Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., and will receive follow-up care at Naval Hospital Jacksonville.One Sailor will be flown via C-2 Greyhound to Naval Station Norfolk for further evaluation later today. One Sailor was treated on board. All injuries are non-life threatening.A safety investigation into the incident has begun.Truman is underway conducting training operations.Navy ships conduct underway replenishments as a way to maintain fuel, munitions and stores during prolonged time at sea.[mappress]Naval Today Staff,October 17, 2012 View post tag: Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

PGGM director joins UK’s NEST investment committee

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first_imgNEST Corporation, the trustee body that runs the UK’s workplace pension fund NEST, has appointed Jaap van Dam, the director for investment strategy at €238bn Dutch pension investor PGGM, to join its investment committee.Van Dam will be responsible for further developing NEST’s investment practice in order to continuously improve it, the fund said.He has broad knowledge and experience on strategy, investment policy formulation, asset allocation and value chain design.He is chair of the VBDO, the Dutch Association of Investors for Sustainable Development, chair of European Chapter of the 300 Club, and member of the research committee for the International Centre for Pension Management (ICPM). Van Dam said: “The rapid growth of NEST over the coming decades will require important decisions around investment management. I am a great admirer of the intellectual rigor NEST applies to its practice – from the behavioural choice design to the investment solutions it implements.”The appointment comes as the fund reaches £10bn (€11.9bn) in assets under management invested on behalf of its more than 8.6 million members, it announced.Mark Fawcett, NEST’s chief investment officer, said that reaching such a milestone “shows NEST is set to become one of the largest players in the UK pensions market and the scheme is now receiving £400m new contributions every month.”Additionally, following a competitive recruitment last year, Jennie Austin also joined NEST’s investment committee last November.She has spent more than 30 years in the financial services industry, and ran funds both actively and passively as an equities manager with the BT and Post Office pension schemes.Most recently at FTSE Russell, Austin worked for 10 years with some of the UK and Europe’s largest pension and sovereign wealth fund investment teams.“There are a range of investment approaches, such as climate funds and factor investing, where I can offer my expertise and help shape the right approach to deliver the best member outcomes,” she said.Chris Hitchen, chair of the NEST’s investment committee, said this was the first time the fund had made appointments to its investment committee from outside of its trustee board.He added that both van Dam and Austin’s “deep experience and international perspectives will really help NEST as it grows into a large-scale investing institution.”last_img read more

Enefer stages last round charge in Germany

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first_img7 Jun 2015 Enefer stages last round charge in Germany England’s Will Enefer staged a last round charge in the German boys’ and girls’ open at St Leon Rot and snatched the runners-up spot with a closing score of five-under par 67. The 17-year-old from Wrekin in Shropshire finished the 54-hole event on eight-under par and two shots behind the boys’ champion, Thomas Roenmueller of Germany. Enefer’s finish kept him one shot ahead of the two players who shared third place. They included Denmark’s John Axelsen – the English U16 boys’ open champion – who also shot 67 in the final round. Enefer was in the mix throughout the championship. He opened with three-under 69 and was one shot off the lead; then a level par second round saw him drop to fourth place and five shots back. But in the final round he chased the leader hard and got to within one shot of him before taking his only bogey of the day on the 15th. England’s teams also came second to Germany in both the boys’ and girls’ Nations Cup events. The boys’ team was Enefer with Toby Briggs of Dunston Hall, Norfolk, and Harry Hall of West Cornwall. The girls’ team was Sophie Lamb of Clitheroe, Lancashire; Hollie Muse of West Lancashire, and Lizzie Prior of Burhill, Surrey. Muse, 15, led the way for England in the girls’ event, holding the lead after two rounds and eventually finishing in seventh place on three-under par. The championship was played in very warm weather, particularly on the first day when the temperature reached 42 degrees. One of the England boys had to spend an hour in the first aid tent after play, despite having drunk 12 bottles of water and four bottles of apple juice during his round. The coolest temperature during the championship was 34 degrees. Caption: The England boys’ team, from left, Harry Hall, Will Enefer and Toby Briggs. Click here for full scoreslast_img read more

Virgil Van Dijk didn’t just win the UEFA POTY award – he trashes Leo…

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first_imgAdvertisement avtzsNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs52x9bWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eih8( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) hkg3Would you ever consider trying this?😱2i1wvzlCan your students do this? 🌚ahl0lRoller skating! Powered by Firework Virgil Van Dijk has not only won the UEFA Player of the Year but has beat both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to the award last night in Monaco.Advertisement The voting panel comprises of 80 captain & coaches of teams that took part in the UEFA Champions League group stages along with the Europa League coaches and 55 selected journalist recognized for their work in European football.Advertisement The list in full is as follows :1. Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool & Netherlands) – 305 points 2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona & Argentina) – 207 points 3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus & Portugal) – 74 points 4. Alisson (Liverpool & Brazil) – 57 points 5. Sadio Mané (Liverpool & Senegal) – 51 points 6. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool & Egypt) – 49 points 7. Eden Hazard (Chelsea/Real Madrid & Belgium) – 38 points 8.= Matthijs de Ligt (Ajax/Juventus & Netherlands) – 27 points 8.= Frenkie de Jong (Ajax/Barcelona & Netherlands) – 27 points 10. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City & England) – 12 pointsAdvertisement VVD , the Dutchman wins the award by a landslide over one of the greatest players on the planet – Lionel Messi. The feat is even more respectable as Van Dijk is a defender and to top Lionel Messi whilst being a Centre Back takes immense work. Advertisementlast_img read more

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