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FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Monday’s sports events:NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEPhiladelphia 6, Vegas 2Columbus 4, Toronto 3 — OTSt. Louis 3, Colorado 1Dallas 2, Ottawa 1NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUENew England 33, NY Jets 0Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by October 22, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 10/21/19 Beau Lund
April 18, 2017 Back to overview,Home naval-today Australian Navy to get newly designed electronic warfare simulators In preparation for deploying a common electronic warfare sensor suite across the future fleet, the Royal Australian Navy is expanding the use of simulation in training of future electronic warfare sailors.A new contract, announced by the Australian minister for defence industry Christopher Pyne, will see Cirrus Real Time Processing Systems design and develop new maritime training systems.“The contract valued at around $4.4 million will see the development of a tactical electronic warfare training system to provide tuition, assessment and qualification of electronic warfare practitioners across the full range of Navy ships, from a single facility ashore,” minister Pyne said.Pyne further said the modernisation of training at the School of Maritime Warfare at HMAS Watson, in Sydney, would reduce the training burden on ships at sea and offers a consistent training continuum.“Navy’s current training facilities are based on the equipment and systems in the Adelaide and Anzac class frigates, but as these systems develop, so too must the training. The enhanced training systems will be capable of generating scenarios that simulate physical and electronic attacks where control of the electromagnetic spectrum can neutralise those threats,” he said.Minister Pyne said in a second win for Australian industry, Cirrus had also been awarded an international contract to develop a complex prototype Incident Training Application (ITA).“If accepted for further development, the ITA would be used in the jointly developed AN-BYG-1 Submarine Tactical and Weapon Control System to enhance submarine crew training,” Pyne said. Authorities View post tag: Royal Australian Navy View post tag: EW Australian Navy to get newly designed electronic warfare simulators Share this article
North 88,613 85,231 60,968 In December: West Midlands 164,722 157,744 109,261 Top 5 local authority areas October applications Top 5 Local authority areas November applications Top 5 local authority areas December applications Enact 58,531 WSP Management Services Ltd 114,339 Enact 39,404 Top 5 customers October applications Top 5 customers November applications Top 5 customers December applications South East 434,514 442,882 289,089 Cornwall 18,933 Windsor and Maidenhead 27,253 Cornwall 13,531 Access the full dataset on data.gov.ukNext publicationTransaction Data is published on the 15th working day of each month. The January data will be published at 11am on Thursday 21 February 2019. Leeds 22,448 Birmingham 28,388 Leeds 15,669 Infotrack Limited 36,857 Enact 52,463 Infotrack Limited 25,145 Top 5 customers North West 211,584 204,499 145,147 Isles of Scilly 68 62 69 Manchester 18,026 City of Westminster 24,887 Manchester 13,468 Applications by region and country Wales 87,888 86,231 59,740 Top 5 local authority areas O’Neill Patient 29,191 Infotrack Limited 36,291 Optima Legal Services 21,820 HM Land Registry completed 1,274,031 applications in December compared with 1,938,344 in November and 1,266,641 last December, of which: Yorkshire and the Humber 146,736 140,167 104,949 Optima Legal Services 27,833 SupportaTerraquest 27,451 O’Neill Patient 21,302 East Anglia 78,836 74,312 53,130 City of Westminster 27,143 Richmond upon Thames 41,992 City of Westminster 15,677 East Midlands 138,230 131,654 95,112 South West 181,198 174,105 125,765 HM Land Registry completed more than 1,274,000 applications to change or query the Land Register the South East topped the table of regional applications with 289,089 Total 1,886,737 1,938,344 1,274,031 HBOS plc 23,019 Optima Legal Services 27,179 Eversheds Sutherland 14,877 England and Wales (not assigned) 70 95 52 306,302 were applications for register updates compared with 388,864 in November 578,979 were applications for an official copy of a register compared with 1,032,036 in November 199,533 were search and hold queries (official searches) compared with 233,315 in November 18,104 were postal applications from non-account holders compared with 23,187 in November Greater London 354,278 441,362 230,749 Region/country October applications November applications December applications Birmingham 29,660 Hounslow 71,338 Birmingham 20,015
Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 23, 2016 Judith Light(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Tickets are now available to catch two-time Tony winner Judith Light in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s All The Ways To Say I Love You off-Broadway. Directed by Leigh Silverman, the solo piece will begin previews on September 6 and officially open at MCC’s Lucille Lortel Theatre on September 28.Faye Johnson is a high school English teacher and guidance counselor in a long-time, loving marriage. As she recounts her experiences with a favored student from her past, Faye slowly reveals the truth that is hidden just beneath the surface details of her life. All The Ways To Say I Love You is a solo play about love, hard choices, and the cost of fulfilling an all-consuming desire.All The Ways To Say I Love You marks LaBute’s tenth play produced by MCC in a 15-year collaboration. The limited engagement is scheduled to run through October 9. All the Ways To Say I Love You View Comments