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Sweden’s new signals intelligence ship launched in Poland

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first_img View post tag: Nauta Shiprepair Yard Back to overview,Home naval-today Sweden’s new signals intelligence ship HSwMS Artemis launched in Poland Share this article navaltoday Authorities April 17, 2019, by View post tag: Royal Swedish Navy Sweden’s new signals intelligence ship HSwMS Artemis launched in Poland View post tag: Saab Polish shipbuilder Nauta Shiprepair Yard has launched the hull of the Swedish Navy’s new signals intelligence (SIGINT) ship.In the same ceremony on April 17, Swedish Rear Admiral Jens Nykvist announced that the ship will be given the name HSwMS Artemis.Outfitting and equipment installation will take place in Nauta Shiprepair Yard, after which the vessel will undergo harbor and sea trials.The ship will then sail to Saab’s shipyard in Karlskrona to complete outfitting of special systems.The first steel cutting took place in March 2018 followed by the keel-laying three months later.According to Saab, the ship will be 74 meters long, displace 2,200 tonnes and will replace HSwMS Orion which was launched in 1984.“Special purpose ships are primarily used for the interception and analysis of radio-transmitted signals and need to be highly reliable and available. Therefore you need highly skilled shipbuilders to build this kind of ship. We are very pleased with the progress of the construction process, and it was a pleasure to attend the keel laying ceremony at the Naval Shipyard, our partner in this project,” explained Gunnar Wieslander, senior vice president and head of Saab Business Area Kockums, on an earlier occasion. View post tag: SIGINTlast_img read more

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VBR Releases Third Quarter Survey Results

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first_imgVBR Releases Third Quarter, 2004 CEO Economic Outlook Survey ResultsSo. Burlington, VT- Results from the Vermont Business Roundtable’s (VBR)third quarter, 2004 CEO Economic Outlook Survey, show that, compared tothe previous quarter results, more of our member CEOs are planningincreases over the next six months in two important measures: capitalspending and employment. While projections for company sales areoptimistic, compared to the previous quarter results, a higher percentageof business leaders feel that sales are more likely to remain stable forthe next six months.Douglas J. Wacek, President & CEO of the Union Mutual of Vermont Companiesin Montpelier and Ernie Pomerleau, President & CEO of Pomerleau RealEstate in Burlington are members of the VBR. When asked to comment on hisCEO Economic Outlook Survey responses, Wacek stated that “continued growthand technological changes in internal business practices would stimulatethe need for additional staff at his company over the next severalmonths.” Pomerleau said that he expects an increase in company sales andcapital expenditures over the next six months. He said he has “seen amuch higher level of activity in development and brokerage opportunitiesfrom inquires both inside and outside the state this year.” PomerleauReal Estate is planning several remodels and expansions of existingprojects this year and they are actively reviewing several new onesprojected for 2005.The survey, modeled after the national Business Roundtable’s CEO EconomicOutlook survey, was conducted in early July and enjoyed a response rate of60% up from 40% last quarter. The key findings, which reflect themembership’s outlook for the next six months, include the followinghighlights:* 71% of responding CEOs expect an increase in consumer sales, 25% see nochange, and 4% anticipate a decrease. [Second quarter results: Increase80%, No Change 15%, Decrease 4%]* 51% expect capital spending to increase in the next six months, 42% seeno change, and 7% anticipate a decrease. [Second quarter results: Increase43%, No Change 41%, Decrease 15%]* 59% expect employment to increase in the next six months, 37% see nochange, and 4% anticipate a decrease. [Second quarter results: Increase50%, No Change 48%, Decrease 2%]* On average, CEOs expect GDP growth to be in the 4.1% range in 2004.[Second quarter results: 4.6%]”The diminished sales projections over the next six months reflect acontinuing concern by CEOs over the ongoing slump in consumer spending.Higher fuel prices are partly attributable to that measure. On the otherhand, there is an upturn in the projected capital outlays and new hiresexpected in the next six months, both of which are positive news for theVermont economy,” said VBR President Lisa Ventriss.Created in 1987 as a nonprofit, public interest organization, the VermontBusiness Roundtable is comprised of 120 CEOs of Vermont’s most active andcommitted businesses and employers dedicated to making Vermont the bestplace in America to do business, be educated, and live life. Memberbusinesses employ over 47,000 employees in virtually every county acrossVermont.last_img read more

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California, New York and Virginia Restate Commitment to Federal Emission Rules

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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Annalee Grant for SNL:Some states, however, restated their commitment to complying with the Clean Power Plan, expressing disappointment in the high court’s decision. California Governor Jerry Brown had harsh words for the Supreme Court justices who voted in favor of granting the unprecedented stay.“As the world gets hotter and closer to irreversible climate change, these justices appear tone-deaf as they fiddle with procedural niceties,” Brown said in a Feb. 9 statement. “This arbitrary roadblock does incalculable damage and undermines America’s climate leadership. But make no mistake, this won’t stop California from continuing to do its part under the Clean Power Plan.”New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in a statement posted to his official Twitter account reaffirmed his state’s commitment to moving forward with “actions to protect the environment and public health.” Cuomo called the stay “a disappointing setback in the nation’s efforts to address climate change.”Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe also vowed to “stay the course” and continue working toward a compliance strategy.Full article ($): Carbon rule planning ends in some states, as others plan to stay the course California, New York and Virginia Restate Commitment to Federal Emission Ruleslast_img read more

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‘For the Children’ Web page

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first_img Linking lawyers with service organizations ‘For the Children’ Web page When Bar President Miles McGrane asked Florida’s lawyers to “please rise to the challenge” in his mission to help children, he has some very specific ideas in mind to link attorneys to where they are needed most.That new vehicle is the “For the Children” Web page on The Florida Bar Web site at www.flabar.org.“Everyone knows Florida lawyers have no rivals in pro bono participation. Yet I am asking our members to re-double their efforts,” McGrane said.“As I traveled the state urging this increased effort, I heard from some of our members that they didn’t know how to get started or that they didn’t know who needed their services.“Yet we know there are many not-for-profit organizations serving children that need legal assistance.”Through the Web page, McGrane said, nonprofit organizations needing legal services will be able to register their needs, and lawyers will be able to register their willingness to serve. Florida Legal Services and the Florida Pro Bono Coordinators Association will match the volunteer lawyers to the nonprofit groups.“Through this vehicle, we will be able to match organizations that serve children with members of the Bar who are willing to provide either free legal service or possibly serve on the board itself,” McGrane said. “I am happy to say the For the Children Web page is now up and running.“I hope all of you, no matter what type of legal work you do, will join in this effort. From past experience, I know you will.”In addition, McGrane has pledged to work on implementing recommendations of the Bar’s Commission on the Legal Needs of Children, created by former Bar President Edith Osman and chaired for three years by 11th Circuit Judge Sandy Karlan. The final report was completed in June 2002 and is available on the Bar’s Web site.McGrane said he and Bar President-elect Kelly Overstreet Johnson met with the Bar’s committee leadership and asked the chair of each rules committee to “ensure its rules of procedure are consistent with the commission’s recommendations and that they ensure children involved in all court proceedings have the right to appear in court and be heard.”Additionally, McGrane and Johnson brought their message to a meeting of the Counsel of Sections.They urged the substantive law sections of the Bar to lend their political influence in support of all those portions of the commission’s report that have not yet become Florida law.As was suggested by the Commission on the Legal Needs of Children, sections will develop continuing legal education programs, McGrane said.Under the leadership of former Bar President Terry Russell, a committee has been formed to study the implementation of the commission’s many recommendations. Former ABA President Martha Barnett, Board of Governor member Sharon Langer, and Richard Milstein, chair of the Council of Sections, have agreed to serve on the oversight committee to make sure reviews proceed on schedule. ‘For the Children’ Web pagecenter_img July 15, 2003 Regular Newslast_img read more

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Visiting Church delegation honours Regional Chairman for contribution to sports, youth development

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first_imgREGIONAL Chairman of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) Region Ten, Renis Morian, has been honoured for his contributions to youth and sport.He was recognised with the award by a visiting Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America delegation.The delegation, which is here to effect a 10-day service to the communities within Region Ten, was organised by the Bethel Tabernacle Assembly of God Church, Linden, Upper Demerara-Berbice (Region 10).At a simple handing-over ceremony held at the Regional Chairman’s office, Linden, the visiting delegation said that they had sought to publicly recognise Morian who has been contributing significantly to the youths of the community through sports and community development.As such, they urged him to continue contributing adding that they are appealing to others to emulate his efforts. “Despite being in the USA we continue to hear about the enormous and significant work that Mr Morian has been doing over the years and today we would like to salute him for his enormous work and contributions and to urge him to continue his efforts.“The contributions by Morian have been felt by many far and wide and to acknowledge his noble efforts we present him with this plaque as an indication that we are proud of him as a resident and more so as someone who is genuinely interested in youth and community development through sports and other areas,” Reverend Clavis Duke said.Duke, who pastors the church in Linden said that his congregation continues to be very impressive with the significant and consistent contributions that Mr Morian has been making over the years, adding that through his efforts they continue to see a number of young people turning away from negative ills within society.The visiting 22-member delegation is made up of Guyanese, Jamaicans, Trinidadians and persons from the USA.They indicated that while they have been around for the past 19 years they have visited Guyana a number of times and intend to continue visiting.They plan to execute a number of youth and sports-related programmes and projects. The group urged youths and organisations to collaborate while training the youths, so that they can contribute in a very positive way.last_img read more

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