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Peruvian Naval Cadets to Train at Sea on Sail Training Ship “La Unión”

first_imgBy Dialogo December 24, 2014 The maritime training that Cadets will perform on the Union will help prepare them to fight organized crime groups in the coca-growing valleys of the Amazon, particularly in the Apurimac, Ene, and Mantaro Rivers Valley (VRAEM) region. Some coca farmers grow the crop legally, while others cultivate it for the production of cocaine. The training at sea builds upon previous training that Cadets have performed in recent months. For example, Peruvian Navy Cadets engaged in training activities aboard ships which participated in the “Velas Latinoamérica 2014” exercise held April 26-27 in Peru. “The support provided by military institutions throughout the country is invaluable; they work with determination to pacify the valleys of the VRAEM,” according to Rodríguez Kelley. “Nor can we fail to mention the Navy’s moving river platforms in civic actions such as those carried out in Putumayo in coordination with Colombian civil and military authorities.” It is not precise that a ship of this class is the largest in the Americas since La Esmeralda in the Chilean Navy is 25 centimeters longer that the Unión All those resources they waste on a war! Why not invest them in social development programs? To create improve the standard of living..!!! All the expenditures in wars are made because there is no investment in sustainable development. All over Peru there are areas where there are no trees and fields and no Agricultural Engineers go to the high altitude Andean communities all they do is warm the seats in their offices with good salaries and bonuses It is good to learn, to train, my view is that all these costs should be covered, always the combat military forces sometimes have logistical resources left over, which can sometimes be given other uses. Another important point is the consequences of the wars and the tremendous damage to the environment, why not propose a system to protect the environment, to reforest all areas of barren and destroyed fields, cities with Peruvian military members and students can do this as part of their training, it is the best way to fight the consequences of biological, chemical and other types of warfare that affect human beings and therefore our planet.Tuesday – 34-331Which has unleashed the power of the darkness, and moved the kingdom of his beloved son colossians 1:13 I live each day with you (2)If you know him as your Savior, from the morning, I spoke to Jesus, TO PRAY also means to give thanks for his presence, for his peace which renews my heart each day, it is to say to him with delight “Your love for me is so large that you can be trusted. Proof of this is that you have accepted me as one of yours forever. Thank you very much Lord Jesus! Full of this security, you can tell him everything that worries you. Jesus forgave you totally; he even erased the sins you didn’t even know you committed. However, some of our sins leave a profound mark on us and make us slaves of bad habits. God exists The Peruvian government’s investment in defense and security is good policy because national development depends on it Security of the territory, the sea and the air is important to a Peruvian soldier because all Peruvians’ feeling of safety depends on him, as in peace and in war. Train to make war…? Wouldn’t it be better to teach them to avoid wars? “if you want peace, prepare for war.” The Peruvian Navy Shipyard SIMA is a shipbuilding industrial asset for Peru, demostrated by the high profesional engineering, planing and industrial capabilities, in building the BAP Union (BEV-161) and the ongoing construction of an amphibious landing ship along with other several patrol boats. Making SIMA the best technological shipyard in Latin America. Felicitaciones a la Marina de el Peru Training at sea A sail training ship allows the Navy to meet the objectives set out in Peru’s Constitution, National Agreement, and White Paper on Defense, the naval channel Tv Perú reported. However, using vessels for at-sea training missions is nothing new for the Peruvian Navy. They have done so for several years, such as in the case of the missile frigate BAP Villavisencio, which led the Pacific phase of Multinational Exercise Unitas 55 in September 2014. Training at sea “Sailing is an option to train Cadets,” said retired Rear Admiral Juan Rodríguez Kelley, currently president of the Center for Strategic Defense and Security Studies (CEEDS) in Peru. “While sailing, they acquire all maritime capabilities that a naval officer applies in his career since work is done as a team.” “The support provided by military institutions throughout the country is invaluable; they work with determination to pacify the valleys of the VRAEM,” according to Rodríguez Kelley. “Nor can we fail to mention the Navy’s moving river platforms in civic actions such as those carried out in Putumayo in coordination with Colombian civil and military authorities.” Defense Ministers from Peru, Ecuador and Chile participated in the launching ceremony, joined by officials from eight other American countries at the shipyard of the Naval Industrial Services department. Peruvian Minister of Defense Pedro Cateriano and Admiral Carlos Tejeda, General Commander of the Navy, also attended. A training mission on open seas will allow Cadets to learn how to work as a team, while strengthening their skills. “A good Naval Officer must have excellent naval, physical and academic training, vocation for life at sea, and a fair share of sacrifice and discipline while being ready to serve with patriotism, responsibility, and capacity in the position assigned by the institution,” Rodríguez Kelley said. “Peru’s Naval School trains Cadets with comprehensive professional capacity based on cutting-edge educational models, making them ideal professionals and policymakers committed to the fate of the homeland within a framework of security and development.” The training at sea builds upon previous training that Cadets have performed in recent months. For example, Peruvian Navy Cadets engaged in training activities aboard ships which participated in the “Velas Latinoamérica 2014” exercise held April 26-27 in Peru. “A good Naval Officer must have excellent naval, physical and academic training, vocation for life at sea, and a fair share of sacrifice and discipline while being ready to serve with patriotism, responsibility, and capacity in the position assigned by the institution,” Rodríguez Kelley said. “Peru’s Naval School trains Cadets with comprehensive professional capacity based on cutting-edge educational models, making them ideal professionals and policymakers committed to the fate of the homeland within a framework of security and development.” The maritime training that Cadets will perform on the Union will help prepare them to fight organized crime groups in the coca-growing valleys of the Amazon, particularly in the Apurimac, Ene, and Mantaro Rivers Valley (VRAEM) region. Some coca farmers grow the crop legally, while others cultivate it for the production of cocaine. Sacrifice and discipline Peruvian President Ollanta Hulama presided Monday over the christening of “La Unión”, the largest sail training ship of its kind in Latin America. The Union sail training ship will also provide Cadets opportunities to hone their maritime skills under realistic conditions on the water. To prepare for the mission aboard the Union, naval Cadets have performed theoretical and practical training exercises at Yacht Club facilities; practiced firefighting at the Naval Technological Institute of Higher Education (CITEN); as well as drills involving swimming, first aid, tying knots, surviving at sea, and others, according to the magazine El Monitor. Cadets with the Peruvian Navy are scheduled to perform training missions at sea aboard La Unión beginning in October 2015, under the leadership of Commander Polar Giancarlo, according to El Comercio. On its first training mission, the ship will sail around the world for six months, according to the Naval Channel of Peru; it will have a crew of 244 personnel, including 120 Navy Cadets. La Unión will dock at every port from Canada to Argentina’s Patagonia to show appreciation for the countries that have helped train Peruvian Navy Sailors, according to El Comercio. To prepare for the mission aboard the Union, naval Cadets have performed theoretical and practical training exercises at Yacht Club facilities; practiced firefighting at the Naval Technological Institute of Higher Education (CITEN); as well as drills involving swimming, first aid, tying knots, surviving at sea, and others, according to the magazine El Monitor. The Union sail training ship will also provide Cadets opportunities to hone their maritime skills under realistic conditions on the water. “Sailing is an option to train Cadets,” said retired Rear Admiral Juan Rodríguez Kelley, currently president of the Center for Strategic Defense and Security Studies (CEEDS) in Peru. “While sailing, they acquire all maritime capabilities that a naval officer applies in his career since work is done as a team.” Cadets with the Peruvian Navy are scheduled to perform training missions at sea aboard La Unión beginning in October 2015, under the leadership of Commander Polar Giancarlo, according to El Comercio. On its first training mission, the ship will sail around the world for six months, according to the Naval Channel of Peru; it will have a crew of 244 personnel, including 120 Navy Cadets. La Unión will dock at every port from Canada to Argentina’s Patagonia to show appreciation for the countries that have helped train Peruvian Navy Sailors, according to El Comercio. Defense Ministers from Peru, Ecuador and Chile participated in the launching ceremony, joined by officials from eight other American countries at the shipyard of the Naval Industrial Services department. Peruvian Minister of Defense Pedro Cateriano and Admiral Carlos Tejeda, General Commander of the Navy, also attended. A sail training ship allows the Navy to meet the objectives set out in Peru’s Constitution, National Agreement, and White Paper on Defense, the naval channel Tv Perú reported. However, using vessels for at-sea training missions is nothing new for the Peruvian Navy. They have done so for several years, such as in the case of the missile frigate BAP Villavisencio, which led the Pacific phase of Multinational Exercise Unitas 55 in September 2014. The Union was built in the Industrial Marine Services (SIMA) shipyard with Spanish support and help from about 1,200 people. It’s is a four-mast ship measuring 113 meters in length by 13 meters wide – a type of ship that typically has a life span of 100 years. The ship’s storage and occupancy capacity will allow naval authorities to use it not just for training, but as a logistical support vessel which can provide medical care and humanitarian assistance to the civilian population during natural disasters. Peruvian President Ollanta Hulama presided Monday over the christening of “La Unión”, the largest sail training ship of its kind in Latin America. The Union was built in the Industrial Marine Services (SIMA) shipyard with Spanish support and help from about 1,200 people. It’s is a four-mast ship measuring 113 meters in length by 13 meters wide – a type of ship that typically has a life span of 100 years. The ship’s storage and occupancy capacity will allow naval authorities to use it not just for training, but as a logistical support vessel which can provide medical care and humanitarian assistance to the civilian population during natural disasters. “The challenge for the Union is to complete a test period at sea to ensure its equipment and everything is ready for the first voyage abroad with senior Cadets aboard,” Rodríguez Kelley said. “The challenge for the Union is to complete a test period at sea to ensure its equipment and everything is ready for the first voyage abroad with senior Cadets aboard,” Rodríguez Kelley said. A training mission on open seas will allow Cadets to learn how to work as a team, while strengthening their skills. Sacrifice and disciplinelast_img read more

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Delaney urged to accept pay cut

first_img Fleming told the Irish Daily Mail: “He is getting twice as much as the Taoiseach of this country. It is unacceptable and it struck me that in itself is is within the parameters of the FIFA controversy. “It is not just a matter for the FAI as his employers, but also for the State because of the millions of euro in grants given annually to the association by the taxpayer. “We certainly need more development into youth and sport, but it looks to me as if the FAI’s priorities are totally wrong. “Halving his salary is the least that could be done and in my humble opinion, we need to be asking a lot more questions, especially when he earns more than the Taoiseach and the minister for sport put together. “The salary of the chief executive is a matter that is problematic in itself, quite apart from the five million euros that was paid by FIFA. It would be problematic and offensive to a lot of people in this country, which is a republic.” John Delaney has been urged to take a voluntary 50 per cent pay-cut as politicians prepare to quiz him. Members of the Oireachtas sub-committee on sport, which meets on Wednesday, are expected to call for the under-fire chief executive of the Football Association of Ireland to appear before them to explain the chain of events which led to FIFA’s controversial five million euros loan in the wake of the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup play-off exit in 2009. However, member Tom Fleming TD has challenged Delaney to agree to halve his annual salary, reportedly around 400,000 euros before recent adjustments, to bring him into line with Taoiseach – Ireland’s Prime Minister – Enda Kenny. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Women’s Soccer Travels to Marquette

first_imgMILWAUKEE, Wis. – The Drake women’s soccer team plays at Marquette Friday night in the team’s second week of the 2017 season. First kick in Milwaukee is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Drake (1-1) is coming off a 1-0 victory over Weber State last Sunday in extra time in the Bulldogs’ final game of the 2017 UNLV Invite in Las Vegas. Sophomore forward Annie Schmitz (St. Louis, Mo.) was the hero for Drake as her first career goal came in the 95th minute from 15 yards out off an assist from junior Alyssa Brand (Skokie. Ill.). The Bulldogs had others step forward in the tough playing conditions with a first kick temperature of 97 degrees. Freshman goalkeeper Kelsie Stone (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) made her first career start playing the first half before being relieved by senior Haley Morris (Clive, Iowa) who tallied three saves. Seniors Brooke Salisbury (Kearney, Mo.) and Ali Smith (Lenexa, Kan.) anchored the Bulldogs’ defensive as they each played the entire match and helped limit Weber State to three shots on goal. The neutral site victory came after the team dropped its season opener to host UNLV, 3-0. Following the road match at Marquette, Drake will have a week off before its home opener versus UMKC on Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Cownie Soccer Complex. Print Friendly Version Marquette (1-1) defeated Kentucky, 2-1, after dropping its season opener to then No. 4 Stanford, 4-0. Sophomore goalkeeper Maddy Henry made 11 saves for the Golden Eagles in the two games, including a career-best nine in the loss to the Cardinal, to earn BIG EAST Conference Weekly Honor Roll recognition. Forwards Carrie Madden and Abby Hess each scored goals in the win over the Wildcats.last_img read more

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QPR v Millwall player ratings

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Loggers qualify for NCS playoffs with 58-27 win over Arcata

first_imgArcata >> After a gut-wrenching defeat, it was the type of response they were hoping for.The Eureka Loggers rebounded from last week’s 24-14 loss to Del Norte with a 68-27 win over the Arcata Tigers Friday at Humboldt State University.“The kids came out and played hard,” Eureka head coach Jason White said. “I’m not going to lie, it was a hard week of practice for us. But we came out and did some things against Arcata, which is much improved from last year.”Eureka scored 47 points in the …last_img

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Clinton County Spring Nationals ticket winners selected

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Thanks for participating in the OCJ/OAN ticket giveaway for the Clinton County Spring Nationals on June 11.The winners are: Brian Cooley, Pickerington; Amy Schwanger, North Fairfield; Charley Williams, Alger; Greg Bailey, St. Marys; and Eric Baugher, Tiffin.Each of the five winners will receive a four-pack of tickets for the Clinton County Spring Nationals on June 11, 2016. For more information on the event, visit http://clintoncountyfair.org/pulls-derbies/spring-championship-pulling-event/.last_img

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