Sri Lanka: SLNS Parakrama Hosts Blood Donation Campaign

first_imgA blood donation campaign organized by the Western Naval Command Medical Organization was held at the SLNS Parakrama auditorium on 23rd December 2011. A large number of naval personnel attached to the Western Naval Command participated with great enthusiasm. Officials of the National Blood Transfusion Service rendered their assistance in collaboration with the medical personnel of the Western Naval Command Hospital.The Navy spearheads many blood donation campaigns at its bases located island-wide contributing to the national requirements of maintaining sufficient blood stocks for medical treatment. Naval personnel, who are conscious of the well-beings of their fellow citizens at all times, voluntarily donate their blood with a view to save precious lives through their meritorious act.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , December 23, 2011; Image: navy View post tag: Campaign Share this article View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today Sri Lanka: SLNS Parakrama Hosts Blood Donation Campaign View post tag: Blood Sri Lanka: SLNS Parakrama Hosts Blood Donation Campaign View post tag: SLNS View post tag: News by topic View post tag: hosts View post tag: Navy Training & Education View post tag: Donation View post tag: Parakrama December 23, 2011last_img read more

Russia: PF Nuclear Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile R-29R

first_img View post tag: R-29R View post tag: nuclear October 22, 2012 View post tag: launched Pacific Fleet (PF) Calmar-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine K-433 Svyatoi Georgy Pobedonosets performed successful…[mappress]Source: Russian Navy, October 22, 2012; Image: narod View post tag: Ballistic View post tag: PF View post tag: Missile View post tag: News by topiccenter_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval Russia: PF Nuclear Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile R-29R Equipment & technology Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: PF Nuclear Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile R-29R View post tag: submarine Share this articlelast_img read more

Sri Lanka Navy Arrests 19 Indian Fishermen

first_img View post tag: Sri View post tag: Lanka View post tag: Fishermen Naval patrol craft attached to the Northern Naval Command arrested 19 Indian fishermen and 5 Indian fishing boats engaged in illegal fishing in the Northern Seas of Sri Lanka on 18th September 2013.The arrested fishermen and trawlers were handed over to Kayts Police for legal action.[mappress]Press Release, September 19, 2013; Image: Sri Lanka Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy Sri Lanka Navy Arrests 19 Indian Fishermen September 19, 2013 View post tag: Defensecenter_img View post tag: Indian View post tag: Arrests View post tag: Defence View post tag: 19 Back to overview,Home naval-today Sri Lanka Navy Arrests 19 Indian Fishermen View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

Image of the Day: USS Donald Cook Transits the Atlantic

first_img View post tag: Image: Displacement Light: approx. 6,765 tons Full: approx. 8,900 tons Training & Education View post tag: Navy View post tag: Atlantic Status In active service, as of 2014 Share this article Image of the Day: USS Donald Cook Transits the Atlantic View post tag: Cook [mappress]Naval Today Staff, February 12, 2014;Image: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Edward Guttierrez View post tag: Donald Speed >30 knots (56 km/h) Draft 9.4 m February 12, 2014 Range 4,400 nautical miles at 20 knots(8,100 km at 37 km/h) Complement 33 Officers 38 Chief Petty Officers 210 Enlisted Personnel Length 154 m She departed Norfolk, Va. on January 31 bound for her new homeport where three other Arleigh Burke-class destroyers will be deployed within the next two years.Under the EPPA plan, the US Navy will send 1,239 military personnel to Rota, which will cost the US Navy additional USD 92 million. USS DONALD COOKThe Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) transits the Atlantic Ocean en route to Rota, Spain as the first of four Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers to be stationed in Rota. Beam20 m View post tag: USS View post tag: Naval View post tag: day View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Transits Back to overview,Home naval-today Image of the Day: USS Donald Cook Transits the Atlantic USS DONALD COOK (DDG – 75) SPECIFICATIONS last_img read more

Submarine USS Greenville Leaves Pearl-Harbor

first_imgGreeneville’s commanding officer, Cmdr. Martin Muckian, said the submarine and her crew are excited to get underway. “We had a very successful and rewarding deployment in 2012,” said Muckian. “That makes our experienced Sailors eager to go out there and deploy again. I think our new Sailors are excited to experience their first deployment and see the world, which is one of the reasons many of them, including myself, joined the Navy in the first place.”Muckian said Greeneville will be working with 7th Fleet in support of national security objectives, as well as fostering closer ties with allies in the region while on their six-month deployment to the Pacific region. Greeneville’s goal is to support the operational commander and accomplish the mission, whether that is conducting at-sea operations or in port showing the flag. Muckian said deployment is a great seasoning experience for the crew and they plan to use every opportunity to advance the qualifications and experience level of the Sailors. “The new Sailors on this deployment are going to be the ‘old salts’ for the next deployment and it is important we give them as much responsibility and experience as they can handle,” said Muckian.Muckian added that the crew will also have the opportunity to experience enjoyable times at sea and exciting foreign ports of call.Greeneville recently won the Battle Efficiency Award, or Battle “E”, for sustaining superior performance in an operational environment within a command. Humbled at the accomplishment, Muckian hopes the strong performance of Greeneville’s crew that showed all year long in 2013 will have laid the foundation for a great performance on this deployment. But at the same time, Muckian says he does not want the crew to be complacent and forget how challenging deployment can be.“I have told the crew that you should be justifiably proud of what you have accomplished and enjoy the moment, but don’t rest on your laurels,” maintained Muckian. “Deployment is a very challenging time and we need to be our own worst critics if we are to keep sharp and stay ahead of those challenges.”Greeneville deploys with 140 Sailors, many of them on their first deployment.For Electronics Technician 3rd Class Gabriel Coronado, a first-time deployment brings feelings of anticipation and expectation.“I expect little to no sleep,” said Coronado. “I’ll probably have some personal growth. I want to be reactor operator qualified and submarine qualified before we return.”Despite the challenges that await the crew of Greeneville, Muckian said he is amazed at the work the Sailors do and that success is due to the result of the whole crew doing it right, day in and day out. “I am honored to lead this crew out on deployment a second time,” said Muckian.Greeneville is the 61st Los Angeles-class submarine and the 22nd improved Los Angeles-class attack submarine. Commissioned in 1996, Greeneville is the first ship to be named after the small town in eastern Tennessee. Los Angeles-class submarines are ideally suited for covert surveillance, intelligence gathering and special forces missions. This stealth, when combined with the submarine’s Tomahawk cruise missiles, mines and torpedoes, provide the operational commander with an unseen force multiplier.[mappress]Press Release, February 19, 2014; Image: US Navy February 19, 2014 Training & Education View post tag: Pearl-Harbor View post tag: Naval USS GREENVILLE (SSN-772)Family and friends said their farewells to the crew of the Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Greeneville (SSN 772) as she departed Joint Base Pearl-Harbor Hickam for a deployment to the Western Pacific region, Feb. 15. View post tag: USS Submarine USS Greenville Leaves Pearl-Harbor View post tag: submarine Back to overview,Home naval-today Submarine USS Greenville Leaves Pearl-Harbor View post tag: Greenville View post tag: Leaves View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic Share this articlelast_img read more

Keel laid for USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams

first_img Authorities General Dynamics NASSCO hosted a keel laying ceremony for the future USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams, the U.S. Navy’s second Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB) currently under construction at the company’s San Diego shipyard.USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams is the Navy’s second ESB ship. The 784-foot-long ship will serve as a flexible platform to support a variety of missions, including air mine countermeasures, counter-piracy operations, maritime security and humanitarian missions.The ship’s namesake, Hershel Woodrow “Woody” Williams, spoke at the ceremony, and his two daughters, Travie Ross and Tracie Ross, welded their initials onto the keel of the ship. Williams, a retired U. S. Marine, received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Battle of Iwo Jima during World War II. He is the last surviving recipient of the Medal of Honor from that battle.“The story of Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams is remarkable. It’s a story of valiant devotion, extraordinary courage and American heroism,” said Kevin Graney, vice president and general manager for General Dynamics NASSCO. “We have the distinct honor of constructing a ship that will reflect the strength and fearlessness of its namesake and will provide global, advanced capabilities for future generations of Marines and sailors to come.”Three Medal of Honor recipients at the ceremony: Colonel Robert Modrzejewski, USMC (Ret); CWO-04 Hershel “Woody” Williams, USMC (Ret); and Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Edward Byers, Jr. Photo: General Dynamics View post tag: USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams Back to overview,Home naval-today Keel laid for second U.S. Navy Expeditionary Sea Base USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams View post tag: GD USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams will provide for accommodations for up to 250 personnel, a 52,000-square-foot flight deck, fuel and equipment storage, and will also support MH-53 and MH-60 helicopters with an option to support MV-22 tilt-rotor aircraft. The ship is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2018.General Dynamics NASSCO has delivered three ships in the class to the Navy: USNS Montford Point (ESD 1), USNS John Glenn (ESD 2) and USNS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 1). USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams is the fourth ship to be constructed by NASSCO shipbuilders under the program and a fifth ship is currently under contract for advanced procurement. August 3, 2016 View post tag: ESB View post tag: US Navy Keel laid for second U.S. Navy Expeditionary Sea Base USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams Share this articlelast_img read more

Royal Navy frigate visits world’s remotest island

first_img January 19, 2017 Authorities View post tag: HMS Portland Royal Navy frigate visits world’s remotest island Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Navy frigate visits world’s remotest island center_img Photo: Royal NavyDays after setting sail from South Georgia, Royal Navy frigate HMS Portland reached what is officially known as the most remote populated island on the planet.The South Atlantic island is called Tristan da Cunha and houses the 6,765ft volcano Queen Mary’s Peak.At 38 square miles, the size of Coventry but with a population of just 265, the island rises out of the South Atlantic 1,200 miles from the nearest inhabited land: Saint Helena, another distant British territory.South Africa lies 1,500 miles to the east and South America 2,200 miles to the west. There’s no airport, just a small harbour (too small for HMS Portland, but not her boats).The islanders, almost all concentrated in the ‘capital’, Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, are British citizens, drive on the left-hand side of the few roads and spend the pound in shops.HMS Portland carried out a fishery protection patrol of Tristan’s waters – the sea is rich with crawfish, one of the island’s main sources of income – before dropping anchor for 24 hours in company with tanker RFA Gold Rover.Keen to dust of their clubs after the passage from South Georgia were Portland’s golfers who fancied a crack at the world’s most isolated – and challenging – links course.Able Seaman ‘Smudge’ Smith broke the course record with a below-par round of just 34 (over nine holes).“It’s a really tough course but great fun; I’ve never played on a volcano before I was on good form today and I am really proud to have broken the Tristan course record,” he said.The rest of the ship’s company used their time to explore Tristan. One group was led on a hike to the summit of Queen Mary’s Peak, the volcano which dominates the island.Back in 1961 the volcano, less than a mile away from the main settlement, erupted and the Royal Navy was called into evacuate the islanders.Portland weighed anchor late in the evening to continue her South Atlantic patrol. She’s now slowly edging her way northwards ahead of a return to Plymouth in the spring. View post tag: Royal Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

US Navy, CS Simpson (SS 21) hone submarine rescue skills

first_img Authorities August 16, 2018 Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy, CS Simpson (SS 21) hone submarine rescue skills during CHILEMAR View post tag: Chilean Navy View post tag: Chilemar US Navy personnel from the Undersea Rescue Command joined the Chilean Navy diesel-electric submarine CS Simpson (SS 21) for submarine rescue drills as part of exercise CHILEMAR VIII.US Navy sailors searched for the Chilean submarine using the Sibitzky remotely operated vehicle and conducted a personnel transfer on the ocean floor utilizing URC’s pressurized rescue module.As part of the exercise, the pressurized rescue module mated with Simpson on the ocean floor. After the module’s transfer skirt was dewatered, Captain Chris Cavanaugh, Commander, Submarine Squadron 11, and CS Simpson’s commander Cmdr. Federico Karl Saelzer Concha, among others, climbed from the hatch of the submarine up to the pressurized rescue module.The transfer skirt hatch of the pressurized rescue module (PRM) of Undersea Rescue Command (URC) opens after mating with CS Simpson (SS 21). Photo: US Navy View post tag: CS Simpson US Navy, CS Simpson (SS 21) hone submarine rescue skills during CHILEMAR CHILEMAR VIII is a bilateral exercise designed to demonstrate interoperability between the US submarine rescue systems and Chilean submarines.The exercise is part of a wider Diesel-Electric Submarine Initiative (DESI) program under which Commander, Submarine Squadron 11 (CSS-11), is hosting CS Simpson and its crew in San Diego for a period of three months.DESI was established by US Fleet Forces Command in 2001 with the aim of enhancing the US Navy’s capability to operate with diesel-electric submarines by partnering with South American navies.“Each year, Submarine Squadron 11 has the privilege of hosting a South American submarine in our local waters,” said Lt. Alexander Papadakos, the CSS-11 liaison officer for Simpson. “During these visits, we are able to simulate a variety of wartime scenarios against diesel submarines which adds an additional degree of difficulty and reality to fleet ASW, as diesel submarines have proven to be quiet and elusive.”CS Simpson arrived at Naval Base Point Loma on June 26. Share this article View post tag: US Navylast_img read more

Adjunct Faculty – General Practice

first_imgOpen Until FilledYes Job Code/Title Quick Link Position NumberJ00001 Resource CriticalYes Recruitment PoolAll Applicants Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Position TypeAdjunct – Teaching Anticipated Hiring RangeCommensurate Working TitleAdjunct Faculty – General Practice CampusMCV Campus Organizational Overview Normal work days At VCU, we Make it Real through learning, research, creativity,service and discovery — the hallmarks of the VCU experience. Apremier, urban, public research university nationally recognized asone of the best employers for diversity, VCU is a great place towork. It’s a place of opportunity, where your success is supportedand your career can thrive. VCU offers employees a generous leavepackage, career paths for advancement, competitive pay, and anopportunity to do mission-driven work. – DDS or DMD degree- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills- Current CPR / BLS certification- VA Dental License This position will provide both clinical and instructional guidanceto our students.Clinical Instructor duties include:- Provide clinical instruction to undergraduate students in amanner that is professional as well as builds rapport andconfidence.- Provide educational direction to students that guides them tointegrate multiple dental disciplines into an individualized,comprehensive and sequenced dental treatment plan.- Meet all designated course instruction guidelines.- Provide didactic and technical mentorship to students in theclinic and/or labs.Teaching duties include:- Aid the course director in setting up and grading practicalexams.- Assist students in skill development in basic concepts ofocculsion, waxing and using high and low speed hand pieces.- Demonstrate and manipulate different dental materials andinstruments to restore teeth to its proper form and function.- Reinforce proper ergonomics, infection control andprofessionalism as well as encourage students in self-assessmentsof their work.*A pool of applicants is being established to be drawn upon toprovide special expertise when needed, and/or to meet specialprogrammatic needs not otherwise provided within thedepartment. Does this position require a pre-placement medicalassessment?No Remove from posting on or before Sensitive PositionYes- A pre-employment fingerprint background check will berequired. Does this position provide patient or clinical services to theVCU Health System?No Hours/Week DepartmentGeneral Practice Board certification Description of the Job Preferred Qualifications Job CategoryAdjunct – Teaching Job Open Date03/30/2020 Normal work hours Additional Information Special Instructions to Applicants Required Qualifications Optional & Required DocumentsRequired Documents Optional DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV) Is any portion of this position grant-funded?No Are you a current VCU employee?YesNo Posting Detailslast_img read more

AY20/21 Adjunct Faculty, School Psychology

first_imgPosition Details Classification TitleAdjunct Faculty Department Master’s Degree in School Psychology or related field. Position Start Date Type of SearchExternal * Please list the field(s) in which you earned yourdegree(s).(Open Ended Question)* Experience teaching in online/hybrid delivery?YesNo Minimum Qualifications Position End Date (if temporary) Doctorate or Specialist Degree in School Psychology. * Please select your availability to teach.Days onlyEvenings onlyWeekends onlyDays and Evenings onlyDays, Evenings and WeekendsEvenings and Weekends onlyOnline only * Do you have experience teaching at the college/universitylevel?yesno Position’s Functional TitleAY20/21 Adjunct Faculty, School Psychology Position TypeAdjunct * Do you have a Master’s Degree in Psychology, Marriage &Family Therapy, or Counseling?YesNo Posting NumberFA0356P Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Quicklink for Posting Open Until FilledNo Closing Date06/30/2021 Preferred Qualifications Governors State University’s College of Education seeks to createan available pool of Adjunct Faculty candidates to teach graduatecourses in School Psychology in the Division of Psychology &Counseling.Interested individuals are invited to complete a faculty profile,attach a curriculum vitae, and transcripts for consideration.At Governors State University, adjunct faculty are hired astemporary faculty with teaching responsibilities for a specificcourse in a semester or summer session.Adjuncts are not a part of the faculty bargaining unit and are notincluded in membership of the Faculty Senate. Employee ID Posting Date07/06/2020 Position Summary Special Instructions to Applicants Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover LetterTranscriptsCurriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsLetter of RecommendationCertification/Professional LicenseTeaching PhilosophyList of Referenceslast_img read more