ASW Ship Admiral Panteleyev, Fotiy Krylov Arrive In Indonesia

first_img View post tag: Indonesia View post tag: Naval View post tag: ship Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit consisting of large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev and salvage tug Fotiy Krylov called at Indonesian port Makassar on May 25; the unit is headed by Capt 1 rank Viktor Sokolov.The meeting ceremony was held at 10.30 am (local time). Russian mariners were met on the pier by commander and staff officers of Makassar naval base and assistant of Russian military attaché in Indonesia.During the visit which is to be conducted till May 29, Pacific mariners will participate in an anti-piracy seminar, practice elements of forthcoming exercise, hold sport events and a number of official and informal meetings with their Indonesian counterparts.Upon termination of the visit on May 29, Russian and Indonesian servicemen will conduct joint communication and maneuvering drills. Russian ships will sail between Indonesian islands towards Pacific Ocean for the first time ever. When maneuvers are over, PF task unit will set a course homeward.Recall that the unit left Singapore on May 20 where it had been attending the IMDEX-2011 international arms show along with warships from 15 countries since May 16.[mappress]Source: rusnavy , May 26, 2011; View post tag: Admiral Back to overview,Home naval-today ASW Ship Admiral Panteleyev, Fotiy Krylov Arrive In Indonesia Training & Education View post tag: Fotiy View post tag: News by topic May 26, 2011 View post tag: Krylov ASW Ship Admiral Panteleyev, Fotiy Krylov Arrive In Indonesia View post tag: ASW View post tag: Navy View post tag: Arrive View post tag: Panteleyev Share this articlelast_img read more

3 words describing the modern business development professional

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Today will examine words that describe the modern business development professional. In the same vein, this is not a scientific or comprehensive list. Rather, it is simply intended as an introductory and 30,000 foot view of terms relevant to business development professionals in the year 2015. As you may recall from an earlier post, the smarmy sales guy is dead.Not-Smarmy. Yes, I realize that is really two words, but there’s a hyphen in between, which helps. Far from the business development person of decades past, the modern business development professional cannot rely solely on a sales emphasis. Today, business development professionals will identify more closely with relationship building and partnership nurturing, over sales. Rather than purely pushing revenue numbers up, today’s business development professional looks to match products and services with potential consumers. Enhanced revenue is a natural byproduct of this re-imagined job function. You must be real, authentic and genuinely able to empathize with the consumer.Civic. In the past, business development professionals worked in silos like boardrooms, back-offices and the occasional golf course. Today, they must strive to be a much more visible element of the communities in which they live and work. continue reading »last_img read more

Goff supports dying with dignity

first_imgNZ Herald 11 Nov 2011Labour leader Phil Goff is personally in favour of euthanasia, and believes it is an issue Parliament will have to tackle again. Mr Goff told an audience of about 30 people at a Grey Power meeting in Papatoetoe yesterday he supported dying with dignity. “For myself, I always want to have the choice of dying with dignity. That’s my individual decision.” Mr Goff was answering a question about doctors who sometimes choose not to resuscitate.In conscience votes Mr Goff has twice voted in favour of bills allowing euthanasia – once in 1995 and again for the Death with Dignity Bill in 2003. Both bills were eventually voted down. He said he would support another bill on euthanasia at least as far as a select committee.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10765219last_img read more