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  • ECA Group secures French Navy PAP demining ROV contract

    first_img View post tag: ECA Group View post tag: French Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today ECA Group secures French Navy PAP demining ROV contract View post tag: PAP Authorities July 13, 2017center_img View post tag: ROV ECA Group secures French Navy PAP demining ROV contract The French Ministry of Armed Forces has awarded ECA Group a new five-year contract for the supply of consumables for the French Navy’s PAP demining remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). According to the company, the contract will amount to over €4 million up to a maximum of €8 million depending on utilization frequency.In 1977, ECA Group delivered the very first mine disposal vehicles PAP to the French Navy. In 2017, forty years later, they are still in service with support from ECA Group.The French demining PAPs will remain in activity till the mid 2020’s. They will be progressively replaced with the delivery of the future demining systems that the French Navy will order in the coming years after the results of MMCM FR/UK evaluation program. Share this articlelast_img read more


    first_imgTim DeisherEllada HadjisavvaJude McCordCate SiscoPhyllip DavisRandall ForsterLon WalterCandy CooperJulie BeeryAmy WordCory RayJordan BaerDonna RobinsonCharles D. EubankJesse DanielLarry RhodesKalah GeorgetteLibby TreadoJoshua CalhounSusan BeaconBecky GishDR SholarDeborah WintnerJamie FuchBrenda HughesWayne EllisJimmy LeflterRoy N BayneSteven PirnatChristina WickMatt RiordanBrock LanceTimothy BarnettTim DeisherAshley HammerTim DeisherRick TomlinsonTodd MorganModesto CalderaJaima A. GrahamJohn FranksJohn MillerScott Danks Kalah Georgette-VowelDennis AuTim MillsRick HerdesMike HahnDan WhiteheadKirsten NoffsingerTom WeddingEddie RobinsonCindy BasinskiSharon HarrisonThom WilderJanice Geurin Labhart-MillerSusan HyattGreg WoodsChase CoslettSusie WebbMichelle KirkLibby TreadoTim BlackChad BradyEmily CosbyJeremy SchnepperTracy HaydenLisa RothJohn MillerFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

  • Front runners win in June primaries

    first_imgHUDSON COUNTY — The only thing surprising about the political primaries on June 6 is that there were no real surprises. Many candidates for Assembly and committee were running unopposed. The candidates who most people saw as the frontrunners in contested primaries — such as the Democratic governor’s race — ran away with an election that saw mostly low turnout statewide.There was, however, significant turnout in some of the key districts.Besides the gubernatorial primary, at stake were state Senate and Assembly seats, all nine freeholder seats, as well as county clerk, with only a handful of these contested.The most watched primary this year was in the 31st District that includes half of Jersey City and all of Bayonne, where incumbent state Senator Sandra Cunningham won the Democratic nomination unopposed with 9,777 votes. She will face off in November against Republican Herminio Mendoza, who won his party’s nomination with 546 votes.Each Assembly district has two seats to fill. In a hotly contested Democratic race in the 31st District, incumbent Democrats Angela McKnight got 7,715 votes and Nicholas Chiaravalloti got 7,371, fending off a challenge by Kristen Zadroga-Hart with 3,451 and Christopher Munoz with 2,605.Republican candidates Michael Alonso won with 502 and Lauren DiGiaro with 473.In the 32nd District that includes North Bergen, West New York, Secaucus, Guttenberg and portions of Bergen County, incumbent Senator Nicholas Sacco won the Democratic nomination unopposed with 9,664. Sacco will face off against Republican candidate Paul Castelli, who won with 821.Incumbent Democratic Assembly members Vincent Prieto got 9,213 votes and Angelica Jimenez had 9,158. They will run in November against Republican candidates Ann M. Corletta with 776 and Bartholomew J. Talamini with 747.In 33rd District that includes all of Union City, half of Jersey City, and all of Hoboken and Weehawken, incumbent Democratic senator Brian Stack won unopposed with 10,393 votes and will be opposed by Republican candidate Beth Hamberger who won with 730.Incumbent Democratic Assembly members Annette Chaparro with 9,137 and Raj Mukherji with 8,988 will run in November against Republican candidates Francisco Aguilar with 709 and Holly Lucyk with 697.E. Junior Maldonado won the Democratic nomination for county clerk and will face off against Blake Lichtenberger who with 1,592 beat Republican challenger Charles M. Shepard with 744.Statewide, for the gubernatorial primaries, Phil Murphy won the Democratic nomination and lieutenant governor Kim Guadagno won for the Republicans. They will face off in November.Freeholders ×Nicholas Chiaravalloti celebrates his Democratic primary victory with supporters in Bayonne. Democratic Bayonne Freeholder Kenneth Kopacz won the nomination for First District Freeholder seat with 3,103 votes. There is no Republican challenger.In District 2 which covers the West Side of Jersey City, Freeholder William O’Dea won unopposed with 3,022. He also faces no Republican challenger.In Freeholder District 3 representing southern Jersey City, Jerry Walker with 3,017 beat challenge Andrew Kemp, 1,234. There is no Republican challenger.In District 4 representing downtown Jersey City, Joel Torres with 3,234 votes beat Imtiaz Syed with 624. There is no Republican candidate.In District 5 representing Hoboken and part of Jersey City Heights, incumbent Democratic Freeholder Anthony Romano with 3,791 votes beat Patricia A. Waiters with 915. In November Romano will face Republican candidate Adela Rohena who won with 330.In District 6 representing Union City, Democratic incumbent Tilo Rivas won nomination with 75 votes. He has no Republican opposition.In District 7 that represented West New York and Weehawken, Democratic incumbent Freeholder Caridad Rodriguez won the nomination with 2,973. There is no Republican candidate.In District 8 which represents North Bergen and a portion of Secaucus, Democratic incumbent Freeholder Anthony P. Vainieri Jr. won with 5,577. He will face no Republican candidate in November.In District 9, which represents a portion of Secaucus and all of Kearny, Harrison and East Newark, incumbent Democratic Freeholder Albert J. Cifelli won with 1,810 votes. There is no Republican candidate.Guttenberg primary for councilIn the primary in Guttenberg, Democrat Wayne D. Zitt, Jr., with 515 votes, won nomination for mayor while Democratic council candidates Monica Fundora with 492, John D. Habermann with 497, and Richard Delafuente with 479 won their nominations for the three-member council. There are no Republican challengers.center_img Nicholas Chiaravalloti celebrates his Democratic primary victory with supporters in Bayonne.last_img read more

  • Eureka Loggers down Arcata Tigers to move into first-place tie in Humboldt-Del Norte League

    first_imgWith the win, Eureka moves into a first-place tie with Arcata. Both teams are 9-1 in the … Eureka >> It was billed as a “Clash of the Titans” matchup, and it lived up to the hype.Entering Monday’s game between the first-place Arcata Tigers and the Eureka Loggers, the two teams were separated in the Humboldt-Del Norte League standings by one game.They are separated no more.Eureka freshman Klayre Barres scored two goals as the Loggers edged Arcata 2-1 on Monday at Eureka High School.last_img read more

  • What’s next for Madison Bumgarner and the Giants?

    first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — For the first time in his career, Madison Bumgarner is a free agent.He’s already turned down the Giants’ first offer to return to San Francisco, leaving fans to wonder if the franchise will make a more serious effort to bring him back to the club.Bumgarner officially rejected a one-year, $17.8 million qualifying offer on Thursday to remain in a high-profile class of free agent starting pitchers that includes World Series standouts Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg.After …last_img read more

  • Mission to Log the Last of a Vanishing Geocache Series

    first_imgThe last Project APE Cache is there… somewhere…The journey began in PeruUPDATED July 5, 2012: Read the comment from Brad Simmons (MonkeyBrad) about his journey to the APE Cache in comments below.—————-You can track a geocaching team live as they attempt to log a smiley on one of the rarest and most sought after finds in all of geocaching. The team is attempting to find Mission 4: Southern Bowl (GCC67). It’s the last of the Project APE Caches.For some geocachers, Mission 4: Southern Bowl is the most coveted geocache in the entire world. The cache was hidden deep in the Brazilian Jungle in 2001. Only about 50 geocachers have logged it in 11 years.Four American geocachers accepted the challenge to find Mission 4: Southern Bowl to mark major personal geocaching milestones. The four geocachers combined have accumulated more than 50,000 cache finds. For Monkeybrad, the last APE Cache will mark his 20,000th smiley, Southpaw‘s geocache tally will reach 18,000 and 6Lindseys and MLRS1996 will each reach 7,000 finds.Project A.P.E. Cache IconThe team left the United States on Thursday June 14. They landed in Lima, Peru the following morning. They’re planning to make their way to Sao Paulo, Brazil and to the Project APE Cache. You can track their progress by clicking on the map above.The Project APE Cache as found by ZobelMex on June 3, 2012The Mission 4: Southern Bowl Project APE Cache was part of a promotion for the 2001 film Planet of the Apes. Thirteen A.P.E. caches, each with props from the movie and a story that tied into the movie, were hidden all over the world. Those who found the caches received a unique icon. Mission 4: Southern Bowl is the final active cache in the Project A.P.E. series.Two German geocachers, ZobelMex and TC-Rudi last found the Project APE Cache in early June. The team of American geocachers is expected to land in Sao Paulo on Friday, June 15. They’ll begin their 300 km drive into the jungles of Brazil over the weekend, where they hope to log a smiley, receive the rare Project APE Icon, and make a memories that will last a lifetime.Leave a message for the team below.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint Related”The Geocaching Triad” Geocaching.com’s Lost & Found VideoAugust 24, 2010In “Community”Phenomenal geocaching community stories from 2017December 26, 2017In “Community”Mission 9 is alive!August 29, 2017In “Community”last_img read more

  • Frankfurt hero Rebic hints at Bayern move

    first_imgTransfers Frankfurt hero Rebic hints at Bayern move: It’s hard to say no! Hrvoje Tironi 17:30 5/23/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Ante Rebic Frankfurt 2017-18 Getty Images Transfers Eintracht Frankfurt Bayern München v Eintracht Frankfurt Bayern München DFB Pokal Bundesliga The striker scored twice in the DFB-Pokal final as the Bundesliga champions were stunned by a 3-1 defeat Eintracht Frankfurt’s DFB-Pokal hero Ante Rebic has suggested he would find it difficult to turn down any approach from the team he conquered, Bayern Munich.Rebic opened the scoring in the final before Robert Lewandowski pegged Frankfurt back. The Croatia international would not be denied, however, and gave Frankfurt the lead in the final 10 minutes, with Mijat Gacinovic applying the finishing touch in injury time to give the underdogs a shock 3-1 win.The result marked Niko Kovac’s final victory in charge of Frankfurt, with the manager, ironically, set to become Bayern manager from July 1. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now And Rebic, who has scored nine goals this season and will head to the World Cup with Croatia this summer, admits it would be difficult to turn down the opportunity to follow his current manager to Bavaria.”Niko Kovac and I have always been a good match,” he told Goal. “We were in the U-21 team, and in the A class. I enjoy working under him, Thanks to him, he is going to Bayern and we will see what a new season will bring.”I’m not even thinking about it [a transfer]. Now I just want to rest well, the season has been long and arduous. Bayern? You all know, it’s hard to resist the call of a large club like Bayern.”Frankfurt finished the season in eighth, while Bayern won the Bundesliga by a yawning gap of 21 points from second-placed Schalke 04.last_img read more

  • UK Digital Growth Could Shape the Port of the Future

    first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: Port of Southampton A number of developments in the digital and augmentation/automation areas could transform competitiveness and customer propositions at UK ports, according to a survey released by the UK Major Ports Group (UKMPG).UKMPG’s members, the UK’s biggest port owners and operators, believe that these developments could shape the port of the future.These build on continued evolution of the physical assets of ports, their hinterlands and their connectivity with main economic and urban areas. And these changes must occur within an environment of sustainability and responsibility, UKMPG added.The survey informed the response of the UKMPG to the Government’s Maritime 2050 Call for Evidence which closed this week.Taken together, and with the right enabling pre-trade and pro-investment policy frameworks from Government, these developments would build further the powerhouse ports needed for Brexit Britain, boosting the UK’s ability to trade with the world.“At the heart of our input to Government is a determination that ports will play as crucial a role in the 4th industrial revolution as they have in its predecessors, enabling the UK to trade with the world. We look forward to working with Government and others to develop the right policy and regulatory frameworks for the long term to make this potential a reality, boosting even further the considerable value that major ports contribute to the UK,” Tim Morris, Chief Executive of the UK Major Ports Group, said.last_img read more