Governor Wolf Orders PA Flags To Be Lowered to Half-Staff at Capitol Complex and Dauphin County

first_imgGovernor Wolf Orders PA Flags To Be Lowered to Half-Staff at Capitol Complex and Dauphin County November 06, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Flag Order Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all Pennsylvania flags at the Capitol Complex and at Commonwealth facilities in Dauphin County lowered to half-staff effective immediately until sunset on Monday, November 9, 2015.  This is in honor of U.S. Army Corporal Martin King, a soldier from Tower City who went missing 65 years ago during the Korean War.  His remains were recently identified and are being returned home on Saturday, November 7.  Burial will be with full military honors at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery on Monday, November 9.All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img

Pelagic Research Services stays on ONC task

first_imgPelagic Research Services (PRS) will again provide ROV services for Ocean Networks Canada (ONC). It will be part of the team aiding to continued work on ocean observatories for September 2020. Pelagic Research Services has just returned from a 16-day expedition supporting Ocean Networks Canada for the continuing “Wiring the Abyss” project. Equipped to perform heavy lift and fine scale manipulation of scientific instruments and sensors, PRS will also be providing subsea navigation services on this project, for both ROV tracking and precise instrument placement and recovery. With some days lost to weather, PRS had 11.5 available days to dive, completing 12 dives, with an average 11 hours off deck. “The work of ONC is vital to increasing both Canada’s and the world’s understanding of our ocean systems. PRS CEO and co-founder Edward Cassano, said: “ONC trusts PRS ability to achieve expedition objectives, which is demonstrated by our continued selection for this work.” All operational objectives completed other than those delayed due to weather.center_img PRS’ deep sea ROV system Odysseus is to mobilise on the Canadian Coast Guard ship John P. Tully for a 14-day expedition. Water depths for this project will include high-current, low-visibility environments off the Fraser River, as well as extensive operations at greater than 2200 metres in the hydrothermal vent fields. Using an integrated iXblue Inertial Navigation System coupled with a Nortek Doppler Velocity Log, PRS was able to achieve outstanding navigation results in the challenging marine environment of the Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents. This included deployment and recovery of multiple packages weighing over 2,000 pounds with complex instruments, while making dozens of connections at the Neptune observatory site. “The ROV system and team always work very well with the ONC team. The latest expedition in June resulted in little down time for maintenance and the new system upgrades to the vehicle were major operational time savers”, says Ian Kulin, director Marine Operations, ONC Working with the ship’s crew as well as the ONC team to ensure and maintain efficiency, PRS was able to deploy for 12-hour per day operations over the course of the 16-day operation, predominantly focused on deep sea. Wiring the Abyss project last_img read more

No managerial changes for Clare or Limerick following weekend defeats

first_imgThe Examiner reports that the county board met last night, with chairman Oliver Mann insisting Ryan’s position was not up for discussion, despite Saturday’s qualifier loss to Dublin.Ryan was given a three-year term in charge following last year’s All Ireland semi final defeat to Kilkenny. The Banner’s county board chair Michael McDonagh claims there will be no review of Fitzgerald’s position, even though they’ve missed out on an All Ireland quarter final for the second year running.Fitzgerald’s current deal is set to run until the end of 2017.Meanwhile Limerick are to keep faith with hurling manager, TJ Ryan.last_img

Kyle Busch on reaching 200 career victories: ‘All I do is win, win, win!’

first_img“Whatever it means, it means a lot to me.” – Kyle Busch pic.twitter.com/6JpDj9qWNt— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) March 17, 2019Busch almost didn’t walk away with a win in California, though, after he received a penalty for speeding off pit road. He was the leader through Stage 1 and 2, but fell to 18th place with 73 laps to go.”I knew we had a great race car all day long and we were fast. I just didn’t know how well we would be able to come through the field and get back through traffic and get our way back worked up to the lead,” Busch said. “Fortunately we had to have a little luck on our side.”In addition to the milestone, Busch tied Richard Petty’s NASCAR record as they both hold 200 career wins. NASCAR results at California: Kyle Busch secures 200th career victory after overcoming penalty Kyle Busch wins at Auto Club Speedway! pic.twitter.com/1N6Ax8LMxL— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) March 17, 2019The victory gave Busch his 53rd career NASCAR Cup win, and his second of the season as he won last weekend at ISM Raceway. The 33-year-old driver expressed gratitude toward his teammates after climbing out of his car.”To win 200, whatever it means, it means a lot to me, it means a lot to all my guys, everybody at Joe Gibbs Racing,” Busch said. “You guys are all the best.” Kyle Busch came back from behind to pull off a victory at the Auto Club 400 on Sunday, marking his 200th career win across NASCAR’s three major series. Immediately after Busch finished the race, he told his team over the radio: “Awesome race car! Thank you, thank you, thank you! All I do is win, win, win no matter what! Can you imagine if I could have got Vegas and Xfinity yesterday? How many in a row? How many?” Related Newslast_img read more