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

AAF, at last, announces it has suspended operations

first_imgpic.twitter.com/GlP7SFk25y— The Alliance (@TheAAF) April 6, 2019Reports on Tuesday said the Alliance would shut down immediately, two weeks before the scheduled completion of its 10-week regular season. The league reportedly was in danger of going under as early as Week 2, before investor Tom Dundon pledged $250 million in exchange for majority ownership of the league. Dundon reportedly spent $70 million after taking over control.WHY IS THE AAF FOLDING? Who’s to blame for league’s demise?Dundon threatened last month to shutter the league if he couldn’t reach an agreement with the NFL Players Association on loaning NFL players to AAF teams. The Alliance was intended to be a developmental league where NFL players could receive game experience.TIMELINE: Events leading up to reported end AAF players have complained about being evicted from their residences and being stuck with credit card bills since the league’s shutdown. League co-founder Bill Polian said Friday (per Pro Football Talk) that he and other AAF execs were working to help solve problems. RIP, AAF: League’s eight best momentsThe Alliance announced Thursday that players were authorized to sign with NFL teams. The Alliance of American Football announced late Friday what had been reported days earlier.The startup league sent out a tweet apologizing for its decision to suspend operations but declined to give the reasons, citing “legal processes.”last_img read more