USA: Ingalls Newest, Technologically Advanced Warship William P. Lawrence Sets Sail

first_img USA: Ingalls Newest, Technologically Advanced Warship William P. Lawrence Sets Sail View post tag: Naval View post tag: sail View post tag: News by topic American Flags blew in the wind and crowds of Ingalls shipbuilders lined the banks in Pascagoula Thursday. They gathered to watch the Willia…By Patrice Clark (wlox)[mappress]Source: wlox, May 20, 2011; View post tag: technologically View post tag: Ingalls Industry news May 20, 2011 View post tag: newest View post tag: Navycenter_img View post tag: usa View post tag: sets View post tag: Lawrence Share this article View post tag: Advanced View post tag: P. View post tag: William Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Ingalls Newest, Technologically Advanced Warship William P. Lawrence Sets Sail View post tag: Warshiplast_img read more

DE ANGELO, MILDRED (nee: Acito)

first_img83, of Bayonne, passed away on October 27 at the Bayonne Medical Center. Mildred was a school teacher at P.S. #13 Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Elizabeth for many years before retiring. She was the wife to the late Dominick De Angelo, the mother to Donald De Angelo, and to Lori Shindell and a grandmother to David De Angelo and Reed Shindell. Mildred is survived by her sisters Mary Jane Acito and Carole Dachowicz and a host of other family members and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Mildred’s memory to The Humane Society of NJ; envelopes will be provided at the funeral home or online a link can be found on Mildred’s obituary page at www.MigliaccioFuneralHome.com. Funeral arrangements by MIGLIACCIO Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd.last_img read more

Ocean City Holiday Trash Schedule

first_imgThe following is the HOLIDAY TRASH, RECYCLING & YARD WASTE SCHEDULE effective for the weeks of Dec. 25 – 30, 2017 and Jan. 1 to 6, 2018:Mon: NO COLLECTION ~ Merry Christmas and Happy New YearTue: So. Side of 34th Street to 59th StreetWed: So. Side of 17th St. to No. Side of 34th St.Thu: So. Side of 9th St. to No. Side of 17th St.Fri: So. Side of 3rd St. to No. Side of 9th St.Sat: Longport Bridge to No. Side of 3rd St.last_img

Dishing on Thanksgiving

first_img First-years recount the agony and the ecstasy How I wrote my Harvard essay It’s a time of turkey, pies, and giving thanks. Many students will head for home; others will hang in their halls or Houses. Some are looking forward to cherished traditions; some to their first Thanksgiving. The Gazette asked students what they are going to do, what they are looking forward to most, and where they are going to do it.,Related Newly arrived first-years share special mementos from home center_img Their favorite things The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news.last_img read more

Galang COVID-19 hospital ready to admit TKI, ease burden on regional hospitals

first_imgThe returnees would first be quarantined at the Galang hospital and then transported back to their hometowns once they were declared healthy and free of the virus, said Margono, who led the hospital’s development project.”So the TKI will be placed under quarantine at the hospital. If some are sick, they can be treated directly at the hospital,” Margono said. He added that the hospital would be treating any sick returnees to ease the burden on many hospitals in the regions, which had been overwhelmed by thousands of returning TKI.Indonesian migrant workers typically return through Riau Islands province, including the islands of Karimun, Tanjungpinang and Batam. The purpose-built Galang Island COVID-19 Specialty Hospital opened on Monday in Batam, Riau Islands province, but has yet to admit any patients, as it needs to test its medical equipment and ready its medical staff.Indonesian Military Regional Defense Joint Command I (Kogabwilhan I) commander Vice Adm. Yudo Margono said during the hospital’s inauguration ceremony on Monday that the new hospital would prioritize returning migrant workers (TKI), as Indonesia expected an influx of its nationals to come home from Malaysia. The hospital wing that has opened was completed by the Public Works and Housing Ministry in the first phase of the project, and is designed specifically as an observation, quarantine and treatment facility for infectious diseases. The wing has 360 beds, with another 1,000 beds to be added upon completion of the second development phase.Galang hospital, which occupies the 16-hectare site of a former camp for Vietnamese refugees fleeing the Vietnam War, has been built using modular architectural designs and consists of three zones. Zone A contains supporting facilities, including a dormitory for hospital staff and management that is equipped with 158 beds, a laundry room, a sterilization room and a pharmacy.Zone B is a patient ward comprising a 20-bed intensive care unit (ICU) and 340 beds for monitoring patients. It also has a laboratory, a storage room for mobile roentgen equipment, a kitchen, a waste management facility and a clean water facility. Meanwhile, Zone C is intended for use in providing supporting services to the two other zones.As for equipment, Galang hospital has 20 ambulances, four trucks, four minibuses, 2,000 protective personal equipment (PPE) and 5,000 medical masks.The newly built hospital has a staff 247 personnel consisting of doctors, nurses, paramedics and nonmedical workers, all of who have been trained to support the specialty hospital’s operation. The hospital staff consists of personnel from the Indonesian Military (TNI), the National Police and the Riau Islands provincial administration, as well as volunteers.The hospital was developed under joint supervision of the public works ministry and the Riau Islands administration. State-owned developers PT Waskita Karya and PT Wijaya Karya oversaw its construction, along with PT Virama Karya as project management consultant. (roi)Topics :last_img read more

Katongo: Pressure’s on SA

first_imgChristopher Katongo feels the pressure the Bafana Bafana players will be under to impress Gordon Igesund might play to Zambia’s advantage when they clash in the Nelson Mandela Challenge.Chipolopolo are in town to face South Africa at the FNB Stadium on Wednesday, and skipper Katongo believes that Igesund’s players have a lot to prove to their coach ahead of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.Katongo explained to Football411: “It is a new team with Pitso (Mosimane) gone and all these players want to prove themselves to the coach so they can have a place in the AFCON squad.“So it is not gonna be easy for them, but as for us we have the same players and nothing has been changed so we know each other. We don’t have pressure,” he added.Kick-off for Wednesday’s clash is 20:00 at Soccer City in Johannesburg.last_img read more