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On 22 September, the US Coast Guard cutter Waesche (WMSL 751) arrived at Yokosuka, Japan, after combatting a shipboard engineering fire on 20 September during a scheduled deployment to the U.S. 7th Fleet’s area of operations. Photos: USCG Five crew members reported minor injuries sustained during firefighting efforts and were treated by the onboard medical team. Share this article The cutter is under the tactical control of U.S. 7th Fleet as part of routine presence operations in support of the United States’ commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific. Waesche is the USCG’s second 418-foot Legend-class national security cutter and one of four homeported in Alameda. National security cutters have a crew of more than 150 and are among the largest and most technologically sophisticated vessels in the coast guard’s fleet. The extent of the damages and cause of the fire are currently under investigation. While at Fleet Forces Yokosuka, the cutter will undergo further inspection and potentially repairs, the USCG added. View post tag: USCG Black smoke was reported at 5:18 p.m. (local time) Sunday, and investigations revealed fires in the exhaust stack and nearby spaces, according to the USCG. After 90 minutes of firefighting, the fires were confirmed extinguished. View post tag: fire View post tag: Cutter Photo: USCG View post tag: USCGC Waesche
Harvard University will host a University-wide forum on the economy on Tuesday (Oct. 12). The panel will address such issues as the causes of the fiscal crisis, the history of such episodes across the centuries, the long-term effects on employment and prospects for jobs, and policy responses, including changes in regulation and consumer protection.“The Economic Crisis, Two Years Later: A Panel of Harvard Experts” will build on the conversation that took place in the fall of 2008 when students, faculty, and staff gathered in Sanders Theatre to hear from Harvard experts during a period of acute turmoil in the nation’s banking and finance sector.“The global financial situation and our economic future remain vital concerns for all of us,” said Harvard President Drew Faust. “We are fortunate to have on campus some of the nation’s leading scholars in finance and policy, and I am grateful for their willingness to share their thoughts and insights about the current situation and prospects for the future.”As she did two years ago, Faust will moderate the panel, which will include:John Y. Campbell, Morton L. and Carole S. Olshan Professor of Economics and department chair of Economics, Faculty of Arts and SciencesRichard Freeman, Herbert S. Ascherman Professor of Economics, Faculty of Arts and SciencesBrigitte Madrian, Aetna Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management at the Harvard Kennedy School and director of the social science program at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced StudyKenneth Rogoff, Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy, Faculty of Arts and SciencesDavid S. Scharfstein, Edmund Cogswell Converse Professor of Finance and Banking, Harvard Business SchoolStudents, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the discussion, which will begin at 4 p.m. in Sanders. To request a ticket, please visit http://www.president.harvard.edu/info/.