View post tag: Fleet Week 2015 The U.S. Marines and U.S. Navy Sailors of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) departed Port Everglades, Florida, May 10 aboard the USS Wasp (LHD 1) concluding Fleet Week 2015.Throughout the past month, the MEU has traveled from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, to New Orleans for Navy Week 2015 and then to Florida for Fleet Week 2015.Throughout the month, the Marines and Sailors participated in numerous community outreach events and several community enrichment projects.Additionally, the Wasp was open to the public for free tours, which included displays for various weapons systems, tactical vehicles and aircraft.To wrap up the monthlong experience, the MEU and Wasp hosted an award ceremony for several World War II veterans. Members of the French government presented the veterans with the Legion of Honor Medal, France’s highest military distinction.The MEU participated in Navy Week New Orleans from April 23-29 and in Fleet Week Port Everglades from May 4-10.[mappress mapid=”15929″]Image: US Navy Authorities View post tag: Navy Share this article View post tag: USS Wasp Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Wasp Concludes Fleet Week 2015 View post tag: Naval May 11, 2015 View post tag: News by topic USS Wasp Concludes Fleet Week 2015 View post tag: americas
This year, the partnership between the Office for Sustainability, the Office of Career Services, and Green Building Services will expand sustainability-focused offerings for students during Wintersession to include a full day of sustainable tours, and three days of shadowing experience. Students interested in Harvard’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction goal, energy auditing, green building, and other green efforts across the University will have opportunities throughout the week to join meetings, experience sustainable work first-hand, and meet members of the community who have turned sustainability into a career path.Sustainable Tour: Harvard’s GHG CommitmentTuesday, January 22, 9 am–1:30 pmGet an insider’s scoop into Harvard’s GHG reduction and sustainability program. Meet key University players, from engineers and deans to sustainability professionals and student leaders who will share their business, operational, financial, and environmental perspective on Harvard’s efficiency efforts.Shadowing Experience: Harvard’s Sustainability ProgramsTuesday–Thursday, January 22–24, 9 am–2 pmExperience first-hand the daily work of people behind Harvard’s GHG reduction program, the Resource Efficiency Program (REP), green labs program, and green building projects, to name just a few of the flagship sustainability programs at Harvard.
Mesut Ozil has refused to take a 12.5 percent pay cut at Arsenal. Mesut Ozil’s agent has urged Premier League stars to reject the pay cut The midfielder, 31, is the highest-paid player at the Emirates on a whopping £350,000-per-week. Arsenal confirmed on Monday that the first-team squad and Mikel Arteta will take a cut due to the coronavirus outbreak. But Ozil has not accepted the agreement as he did not want to rush into a decision. Ozil’s wages work out at £18.2m a year, which means his income will fall by £2.3m. Arsenal are likely to continue talks are set to continue with Ozil. The German is one of three stars who have decided against taking the pay cut. It is understood that Ozil wants to see the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic before he parts with his wages. He has made it clear he may be willing to do it in the future and has respect for the decisions made by his team-mates. It is thought the former Real Madrid star is open to deferring even more than the 12.5 per cent pay cut that has been agreed. Loading… Ozil’s agent Dr Erkut Sogut refused to comment after calling for Premier League stars to not accept the pay cut. He said: “I wouldn’t recommend agreeing a cut today because I don’t know tomorrow if the league will be played, if clubs will get TV and sponsorship money. “What the exact financial impact is on the clubs, we can see three to six months later – but we can’t see it today. “Deferral is an option but not to agree a cut today when the clubs may still make the same profit as last year. “When politicians tell players to do their part, it’s a distraction because they can’t even protect NHS staff. “It’s east to target these ‘greedy’ Premier League players – but many players do so much for charity.” According to reports, Arsenal will repay the 12.5 per cent losses back to the players in full if they qualify for the Champions League in the next two seasons. But will be hit by the full 12.5 per cent if they do not qualify for Europe. The club statement said: “We are pleased to announce that we have reached a voluntary agreement with our first-team players, head coach and core coaching staff to help support the club at this critical time. read also:Iwobi: Ozil is wrongly portrayed in the media “The move follows positive and constructive discussions. In these conversations there has been a clear appreciation of the gravity of the current situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and a strong desire for players and staff to show their backing for the Arsenal family.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Top Tastiest Foods From All Over The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Best Cars Of All TimeWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Did You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World
Crikey! Police apprehended a kangaroo that was on the loose Thursday morning in Fort Lauderdale.Residents living near North Andrews Avenue and 13th Street reported seeing a runaway kangaroo hopping through their neighborhood.Fort Lauderdale police officers arrived and, with the help of wildlife officers, were able to leash the kangaroo and guide the animal into the back of a police cruiser.Police safely captured the kangaroo, but the marsupial avoided a trip to the slammer. Instead, the Australian tourist was taken to the South Florida Wildlife Center.