Distinguished Military Officials Tour Bogue Field FOB

first_img View post tag: americas View post tag: Tour Authorities View post tag: officials View post tag: News by topic Share this article View post tag: Distinguished View post tag: FOB View post tag: Bogue Fieldcenter_img November 7, 2014 View post tag: Naval View post tag: military Sailors assigned to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) and tenant commands welcomed an entourage of high-profile military officials for a tour of a simulated forward operating base (FOB) during exercise Bold Alligator at Bogue Field, Nov. 5.Capt. John Coffey, commanding officer of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 2 welcomed Rear Adm. Tim Lowe, Royal Navy deputy commander of Naval Striking and Support Forces, NATO, Lt. Gen. William Faulkner, deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics, Brig. Gen. Charles Chiarotti, commanding general, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, and staff before giving a personalized tour of the installation.Officials and Bogue Field service members interacted and shared their Bold Alligator experiences while giving brief presentations of the many duties that operate the FOB on a daily basis. Lt. Scott Bryant was one such Sailor, who gave Faulkner an overview of the base’s operating center.Sailors also had the opportunity to give specialized demonstrations that highlighted the multidimensional NECC organization before the visit concluded.Bold Alligator is intended to improve Navy and Marine Corps amphibious core competencies. Working with coalition, NATO, allied and partner nations is a necessary investment in the current and future readiness of the forces.[mappress mapid=”14354″]Press release, Image: US Navy Distinguished Military Officials Tour Bogue Field FOB Back to overview,Home naval-today Distinguished Military Officials Tour Bogue Field FOB View post tag: Navylast_img read more

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Canada doctors wary of cannabis legalization

first_imgMedical Press 15 October 2018Family First Comment:  Diane Kelsall, editor in chief of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, called the October 17 launch “a national, uncontrolled experiment in which the profits of cannabis producers and tax revenues are squarely pitched against the health of Canadians… We cannot expect cannabis firms to restrict their growth ambitions or to have use reduction as a goal. Cannabis companies may initially focus on attracting current consumers from black-market sources, but eventually, to maintain or increase profits, new markets will be developed as is consistent with the usual behaviour of a for-profit company.” Exactly. #PeopleBeforeProfits www.VoteNo.nzCanada’s top medical journal warned Monday that the imminent legalization of cannabis for recreation use poses a major health concern despite broad support for ending the prohibition.Diane Kelsall, editor in chief of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, called the October 17 launch “a national, uncontrolled experiment in which the profits of cannabis producers and tax revenues are squarely pitched against the health of Canadians.”Any increase in pot use “should be viewed as a failure of this legislation” and convince Ottawa to amend the Cannabis Act, she wrote in an editorial in the journal’s online edition.The government defends legalization as intended to get marijuana out of the hands of youths and beyond the control of drug lords.The law has broad popular support, and has generated a booming marijuana industry in anticipation of full legalization, which goes into effect on Wednesday.A survey published Monday found that 70 percent of Canadians support or accept pot legalization. Conducted in early September by Abacus Data, the survey has a 1.79 percent margin of error.READ MORE: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-10-canada-doctors-wary-cannabis-legalization.htmllast_img read more

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Sign Corner is getting an upgrade

first_imgGreensburg, IN—The construction of a new electronic sign at what will be known as Centennial Park, better known now as the sign corner on Lincoln and Main Streets started on Friday thanks in part to the Greensburg Rotary Club. The electronic sign has been funded by the Greensburg Rotary Club #3437 in District #6580 in honor of 100 years of service to Greensburg and Decatur County. Once completed, the City of Greensburg will oversee the marketing of area events on the sign.last_img

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