USA: Rolls-Royce Receives Mission Care Contract

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today USA: Rolls-Royce Receives Mission Care Contract View post tag: CARE View post tag: Naval October 9, 2012 View post tag: News by topic Industry news View post tag: Mission Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has been awarded a US$103.3 million MissionCareTM contract by the US Department of Defense to provide support for the F405 (Adour) engines that power the US Navy’s T-45 training aircraft.The contract reflects the continued success of MissionCare support for the US Navy and exercises the fourth option year to provide guaranteed engine availability. This includes support ranging from on-wing through intermediate and depot level maintenance, under a five-year base contract that began in 2008. Rolls-Royce uses MissionCare to apply commercial Power By The Hour® principles to the unique requirements of the defence industry.Paul Craig, Rolls-Royce, President – Defence Services, said: “Our MissionCare contract with the US Navy is one of our most successful partnerships and we take great pride in supporting the training of new aviators for the US Navy and US Marine Corps. We look forward to another successful year, working in partnership with our customer to maximize engine availability for training missions.”Under the terms of the agreement, which is administered by the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Rolls-Royce will provide inventory control, as well as integrated logistics support and required engineering elements for both the F405 engine and the aircraft gas turbine starting system.This contract provides comprehensive propulsion services to more than 200 aircraft, operating at four main Naval Air Stations – Kingsville, Texas; Meridian, Mississippi; Pensacola, Florida; and Patuxent River, Maryland.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, October 09, 2012; Image: Rolls Roycecenter_img View post tag: Rolls-Royce View post tag: contract View post tag: Navy View post tag: receives Share this article USA: Rolls-Royce Receives Mission Care Contractlast_img read more

Employment law: ‘Uncertainty will reign’

first_img continue reading » Uncertainty is the name of the game when it comes to changes the Trump Administration may make in employment law and how those changes will affect your credit union.“Uncertainty will reign for the next four years,” says Bret Yaw, an attorney with FordHarrison LLC.Yaw spoke about labor law issues credit unions will need to watch in the future during a breakout session at the CUNA Human Resources & Organizational Development Council Conference Thursday in Las Vegas.During the presidential campaign, President Trump didn’t clearly outline his position on employment issues, Yaw says. When he did, he sometimes changed his stance later on.President Trump also didn’t provide details about some issues he wanted his administration to address, although daughter Ivanka Trump did push for things like six-weeks of paid maternity leave, a child care tax benefit, and equal pay for women.Some say she may be influential, Yaw says. 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

NPFL: Giwa Banished to Ilorin, Fined N6.75m

first_img*Ordered to complete abandoned Match-day 12 clash with Rangers in AbujaDuro IkhazuagbeThe League Management Company (LMC) on Tuesday slammed three home matches ban and a N6.75million fine on Giwa FC for abandoning the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) Match-day 12 clash with Rangers in Jos last Sunday.Apart from being banished to Ilorin Township Stadium for its next three home matches, the Media Officer of the team, David King, was also summarily slammed with a N100,000 fine for breaching code of conduct for club officials.After careful study of the match report and assessment of video evidence of the stalemated match, LMC said in a statement yesterday that due to the unruly conduct of its supporters, Giwa FC was fined N5million in line with Clause B13.18 laws of the league while the match will be concluded behind closed doors from the 74th minute on Wednesday, April 27 at the Abuja National Stadium with scores at 1-0 in favour of Rangers. “Due to the persistent nature of such disturbances by supporters of Giwa FC, the club shall play its remaining home matches behind closed doors and supporters of the club are banned from all league match venues for the remainder of the season.The LMC said it reserves the right to lift the ban at any time on the condition of receipt of firm and satisfactory assurance and commitment (including training and orientation seminar for supporters of the Club under its supervision) guaranteeing the responsible behaviour and orderly conduct of supporters of the Club.Also, for failing to ensure adequate security, crowd control and preventing access by unauthorised persons to restricted areas, Giwa FC was found to be in breach of Rule B13.52 and the club was accordingly fined the sum of N500, 000 while for failure to control their players and officials, the club was fined the sum of N750, 000 in line with the provisions of Rules C9 of the league.For the assault on the match commissioner and referee, Giwa FC was fined N500, 000 in line with Rule C12 while the club is further “required to ensure, within the next seven days, that in addition to the apprehension of one of the suspects, Goje, his co-culprit identified as Apiya is also apprehended and prosecuted by the relevant security agencies for assaulting the Referee. “A fine of N25,000 per day shall accrue, until such time the offender is apprehended and charged to court,” LMC further warned.The league body said it is has received reports that “the two supporters are notorious for acts of violent assault on match officials and are said to be serving a two years match ban before the incident of last Sunday.”It also ruled that in addition,“ for acts and conduct capable of bringing the game to disrepute in breach of Rule C1, a suspended two-point deduction has been imposed on Giwa FC which will be triggered should there be any subsequent incidents of disturbances by supporters of the club for the remainder of the season.Some supporters of the club disrupted the fixture severally by hauling dangerous objects on the field aimed at the second assistant referee forcing the referee to a finally call off the match on the 74th minuteGiwa FC has 48 hours within which to indicate in writing the acceptance of the exercise of summary jurisdiction or elect to appear before a commission.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more