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Company Recognized By UK's North East Business Awards
Kilfrost has been recognized at the finals of the North East
Business Awards, winning the Export award for its increasing global
operations and influence. It was also runner-up in the contest for
Company of the Year at an April 14th ceremony held in Sedgefield,
Hubble, Spitzer Space Platforms Add To The Understanding Of The
Astronomers have uncovered one of the youngest galaxies in the
distant universe, with stars that formed 13.5 billion years ago, a
mere 200 million years after the big bang. The finding addresses
questions about when the first galaxies arose, and how the early
A Rash Of Controllers Found Sleeping On The Job Prompts The
FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt is prohibiting scheduling
practices that have been identified as those most likely to result
in air traffic controller fatigue. The changes are in effect as of
Erik Lindbergh, grandson of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh,
is a commercial pilot and certified flight instructor, an artist
and a speaker. He serves on a number of Non-Profit boards including
the Lindbergh Foundation, The XPRIZE Foundation and the Aviation
High School in Seattle.
Static Display Planned At AAAA Annual Forum And Expo This
The Collier Award-winning Sikorsky X2 Technology demonstrator
will be on static display at the Army Aviation Association of
America (AAAA) Annual Professional Forum and Exposition April 18-20
in Nashville, TN. It is the first time Sikorsky Aircraft is showing
the aircraft at the military trade show.
GE Aviation broke ground Thursday on its new Electrical Power
Integrated Systems Research and Development Center (EPISCENTER) on
the University of Dayton campus in Dayton, Ohio. The $51 million
center will be built on about eight acres on the University of
Dayton's campus on River Park Drive.
North American Company Expands Into The Southern
The largest helicopter transportation services company operating
in Canada said Thursday that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Canadian
Helicopters Limited (CHL), has entered into a sale and purchase
agreement to acquire the assets of Helicopters (N.Z.) Limited.
A cloud species which has elements resembling smooth lenses or
almonds and more or less isolated. These clouds are caused by a
wave wind pattern created by the mountains. They are also
indicative of down-stream turbulence on the leeward side of a
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resources, and sustains our commitment to the well-being of our
Soldiers, civilians, retirees, and Families.
"Very arrogant and expresses contempt against airport
passenger procedures... "
Source: That description is being used by the
almighty TSA as being among the 'telltales' TSOs are trained
to identify. TSA says that just complaining about security
procedures is not enough to have you pulled out of the security
line for extra attention, but it can be a contributing factor.
Welcome to the USA, folks... former home to a little concept we
used to call "Free Speech."