Share this article April 9, 2015 MARCOM Hosts ROK JFMU Delegation View post tag: hosts Back to overview,Home naval-today MARCOM Hosts ROK JFMU Delegation View post tag: delegation A delegation from the Republic of Korea (ROK) Joint Forces Military University (JFMU), led by the President of JFMU, Major General Yoo Byung-Gill of the ROK Air Force, visited NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) to discuss MARCOM’s command and control, coordination with Allied and partner nations, organisation and operations.The delegation met with MARCOM’s Chief of Staff, Rear Admiral Giorgio Lazio, received a comprehensive briefing on MARCOM’s role within the NATO command structure and its responsibilities in the maritime domain, and toured the Maritime Operations Centre (MOC).JFMU is located in Daejeon, Republic of Korea, and is responsible for ensuring excellence in joint professional military education and research into national defence. The university educates both Korean and international officers, non-commissioned officers, and civilian personnel.The Republic of Korea is one of NATO’s partners across the globe. Building on dialogue and cooperation that has been developed since 2005, relations were deepened with the signature of an Individual Partnership and Cooperation Programme in September 2012. Stabilising Afghanistan has been an important focus of cooperation in recent years, notably with the deployment by the Republic of Korea of a large contingent to support the NATO-led operation there.[mappress mapid=”15628″]Image: MARCOM View post tag: ROK Authorities View post tag: Navy View post tag: JFMU View post tag: News by topic View post tag: MARCOM View post tag: europe
Trey Anastasio Trio Offers Tour Debuts, Fantastic “Mr. Completely”/”Plasma” Sandwich In NOLA [Videos]
On Saturday night, the Trey Anastasio Trio rounded out their three-show run at the Civic Theatre in New Orleans. As they have throughout this brief tour, Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, and Tony Markellis dug into tonally textured takes 0n TAB and Phish favorites and continued to work more new songs into the rotation.Trey opened the performance with a solo acoustic rendition of “Theme From The Bottom”, getting the crowd singing along early. “Cayman Review” came next, followed by “Undermind”, one of several Phish songs that have become staples of the Trey Trio’s setlists this tour. “The Way I Feel” was up next, followed by the first tour debut of the evening, Paper Wheels track “Sometime After Sunset”. “Frost” provided a brief breather before another Phish rocker, “Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan”, quickly helped the show pick up steam once more, the group’s power trio grit lending itself perfectly to Joy track.After a botched start and a quick mulligan (“Sorry, guys!” laughed Trey), the trio offered another tour debut in the form of “Spin”, a groove they rode into fuzzed-out depths for one of the set’s best jams. High-energy renditions of “Steam” and “Bounce” brought the first frame to a close.Set two opened with a quality pairing of “Set Your Soul Free” and “Sand”, both of which were pushed into exploratory territory. “Drifting” and “Bug” came next, before giving way to “Mr. Completely”. The TAB fan-favorite was responsible for one of last year’s most surprising Phish jams when it appeared in Pittsburgh for an extended ride after a 380-show gap. The song once again served as an improvisational centerpiece for the TAT in New Orleans, as they deftly wove the tune into another tour debut–a slow-boiling “Plasma–before landing back in “Mr. Completely”. Another new addition to the TAT rotation, “The Architect”, came next, followed by a celebratory “Tuesday” to close set two.After opening the show’s encore with a solo acoustic rendition of “More”, Trey dedicated the final song of the evening to his lifelong friend, Chris Cottrell, who passed away this year after a battle with adrenal cancer, before leading into “Push On Til’ The Day”, which references Cottrell in its lyrics.The Trey Anastasio Trio will round out their spring run tonight with a benefit show at Terminal West in Atlanta, GA. The performance, billed as “Sustain,” will serve as a memorial service for Chris Cottrell and will raise money for the Waterwheel Cancer Fund in his memory. For a full list of Trey Anastasio’s upcoming performances, head to his website.You can download full a full audience recording of the show here. You can stream the SBD audio here and check out pro-shot videos from the performance below via LivePhish:Trey Anastasio [Solo Acoustic] – “Theme From The Bottom”Trey Anastasio Trio – “Set Your Soul Free”Setlist: Trey Anastasio Trio | Civic Theatre | New Orleans, LA | 4/28/18Set One: Theme From The Bottom*, Cayman Review, Undermind, The Way I Feel, Sometime After Sunset**, Frost, Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan, Spin^, Steam, BounceSet Two: Set Your Soul Free > Sand, Drifting#, Bug, Mr. Completely > Plasma** -> Mr Completely, Architect**, TuesdayEncore: More*, Push On ‘Til The Day**Notes:*Trey solo acoustic**Tour debut^Aborted, then restarted; tour debut#Audience on backing vocals
By Dialogo June 29, 2010 G8 leaders pledged to work together in an “integrated and coordinated” manner to combat the threat posed by terrorism and attack violent extremism at its roots. “Terrorism threatens people everywhere and undermines peace, stability and security. All acts of terrorism are criminal, inhumane, and unjustifiable irrespective of motivation. Denouncing suicide bombings and a rise in hostage-takings, the leaders said after talks in Canada that it was “critical to address the conditions conducive to the spread of terrorism.” They highlighted in their joint statement the need for governments to promote the rule of law, protect human rights and ensure good governance. “Given the complex nature of the terrorist threat, an integrated and coordinated G8 response is essential to meeting this challenge.” “Terrorist groups and other criminal organizations tend to flourish where governments lack the capacity and resiliency to address security vulnerabilities, in some cases threatening the stability of states,” the joint statement said. The group stressed the need to better co-ordinate counter-terrorism efforts, and to make them more “innovative, far-reaching and sustained.” Vowing to support weak governments in Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Sahel, Somalia and Yemen fight terrorism, G8 leaders said they would step up efforts to promote the rule of law.
Bhubaneswar: Germany thrashed European heavyweights Netherlands 4-1 in a completely one-sided Pool D affair of the ongoing 2018 Hockey World Cup at the Kalinga stadium here on Wednesday.After this thumping win, Germany topped Pool D charts with two wins from as many games and six points in their kitty. The two-time champions thus became the first team in this edition to earn direct qualification into the quarter-finals.Mirco Pruijser drew first blood for the Dutch in the 13th minute.Germany’s Mathias Muller found the back of the net to bring his team back on level terms in the 30th minute.After a goalless third quarter, the fourth and final period saw Germany completely dominating their opponents as Lukas Windfeder’s powerful dragflick into the bottom right corner made the issue 2-1 in the 52nd minute. Two minutes later, Marco Miltkau extended Germany’s lead before Christopher Ruhr converted a penalty stroke in the 58th. (IANS) Also Read: Sports News
…jailed for 28 yearsColvin Norton was on Tuesday found guilty by a 12-member jury on two counts of raping a six-year-old girl, whom he attempted to silence with death threats. The 24-year-old man was jailed for a total of 28 years by Justice Jo-Ann Barlow at the Sexual Offences Court for illegals acts which occurred August 1, 2013, and just five days after on August 6, 2013 in the county of Demerara.Jailed: Convicted child rapist, Colvin NortonFor the first count, he was sentenced to 24 years but on the second count, the Judge added four extra years for aggravation, thereby sentencing him to 28 years. In fact, during the trial the court heard that Norton was caught in the act by the child’s mother on the second occasion.It was revealed that after he sexually penetrated the young child, he told her not to tell anyone as her mother would not believe her. The jury also considered that Norton later threatened the girl that if she told, he would kill both her and her mother.In the child’s impact statement read out by her court support, Celeste Mullen of ChildLink Guyana Inc, stated that the child still has flashbacks to the time the incident occurred. Mullen also said she was so affected by Norton’s actions that even her grades started to slip at school.“At first I felt sad and ashamed. After the incident, I felt that I was the cause of what happened…I deserve me innocence, I thought I was the only child in the world who had something like this happen but I later learned that this was not so. I am not so ashamed now as I know that Colvin Norton is being punished,” the girl who is a few years shy of being a teenager expressed.Before Justice Barlow considered sentencing, the court inquired twice of the defendant if he had anything to add following the jury’s verdict. He however stated that he didn’t really know what to say at that moment. Later on, he did not offer any comment in mitigation. The Judge took into account that Norton was 19 years old at the time of the offences but stressed that it still was not an excuse for raping the child.Justice Barlow considered that the offender breached the trust of the child’s mother who had entrusted him to care for not only the six-year old but others as well.“Like a thief in the night, you violated a six-year-old,” the Judge remarked.She also pointed out that Norton trying to silence the victim showed his total disregard for proper moral values. The Judge further noted that sexual offenders have issues with controlling their emotions and ordered that Norton undergo treatment under the sexual offender’s rehabilitation programme. She added that he should also take on programmes to improve his literacy. She also expressed hope for the child to continue receiving counselling.Norton will be 52 years old before he is allowed to return to society. He was unrepresented as reports indicated that he could not afford the services of an attorney. State Prosecutors in this matter were Abigail Gibbs, Tiffini Lyken and Narissa Leander. (Shemuel Fanfair)