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*******capecodsailingschool**** Cape Cod Sailing School 1 Shipyard Lane Cataumet, MA 02534 508-563-2359 markcapecodsailingschool**** Mark Barrett, the founder, is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain and a US SAILING certified instructor. It was founded in early 2009 as the only US SAILING certified sailing School on Cape Cod. Visit our website to see our class schedule. Private lessons and intro to Yachting classes are also available.
13 Apr 2013
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*******capecodsailingschool**** Cape Cod Sailing School 1 Shipyard Lane Cataumet, MA 02534 508-563-2359 markcapecodsailingschool**** Mark Barrett, the founder, is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain and a US SAILING certified instructor. It was founded in early 2009 as the only US SAILING certified sailing School on Cape Cod. Visit our website to see our class schedule. Private lessons and intro to Yachting classes are also available.
13 Apr 2013
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*******capecodsailingschool**** Cape Cod Sailing School 1 Shipyard Lane Cataumet, MA 02534 508-563-2359 markcapecodsailingschool**** Mark Barrett, the founder, is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain and a US SAILING certified instructor. It was founded in early 2009 as the only US SAILING certified sailing School on Cape Cod. Visit our website to see our class schedule. Private lessons and intro to Yachting classes are also available.
13 Apr 2013
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CAPE CANAVERAL -- Old hands out at NASA's Kennedy Space Center will tell you that no two launches are alike. However, the launch of Space Exploration Technologies' (SpaceX) Falcon 9 rocket was perhaps the singularly most unique rocket launch in recent memory. Many have said that this flight marked a new age of spaceflight, a new way of doing the business of space travel. With a press site in the midst of renovation, a dropout of video access and a wayward boat -- this marked one of the most memorable launch days in history. However, through the weather concerns, tech issues and overly-enthusiastic sightseers the SpaceX team persevered and sent their rocket off on its maiden flight. There were concerns early on that rough weather that was predicted to hit around 11:30 would cause a slip or scrub -- however weather did not pose an issue with launch. Then there was a minor tech issue with telemetry -- one which Falcon 9 techs quickly turned into a non-issue. It does seem that every launch has a small bit of "drama" included in the day's lineup of events -- however it rarely involves a wayward boat, helicopters and the U.S. Coast Guard. Information was very hard to get but it became apparent that an "object" was in the restricted safety zone. We later found out that this "object" was a boat, that had been told to leave the area by a UH-60 Blackhawk and then, once outside the restricted zone, was intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard -- for a "discussion" regarding the crew's error. On the first launch attempt the countdown went all the way to two seconds - and then was aborted. Around the press site, all the old veterans were predicting doom and gloom, "Well that's that for the day!" They said. They were all wrong. I can include myself in their number -- and SpaceX -- made us all eat our words. The first attempt was held at 1:30 p.m. EDT. How could they possible recycle in time to launch before their window closed at 3 p.m.? Easy -- you work the problem and you try again for a 2:45 p.m. launch. The announcement was made that the second attempt would be made and a mild state of shock rolled around the press site. These SpaceX guys had nerves of steel. The clock ticked down -- and it did not stop. When the clock hit zero -- the Falcon 9 lit to the skies like the bird she was named for. There is a funny story there and one that I hope my friends at Space Florida and SpaceX do not mind me relaying to you. Being a regular at KSC -- I prided myself on my knowledge of the area. The folks on the roof of the Orlando Sentinel building with me -- had me looking at the Atlas pad. Folks over at the OSB II building -- went nuts -- you could hear them clear over at the press site. Then Emily Shanklin with SpaceX -- lost her mind. I have never seen someone more excited to see a bird take flight. In all honesty I cannot thank her enough for her genuine expression of emotion. It made me realized the power and importance of this moment. As I drove home rolling over the day's events in my mind I got stuck behind a car and it seemed I was being given a sign as to just how important this day was. The license plate on the car read simply -- TO MARS. Go SpaceX
14 May 2013
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The Warrior Games presented by Deloitte provides the opportunity to put our experience and passion to work for the benefit of the USOC. This year, Robin Lineberger, CEO Federal Government Services, Deloitte LLP spoke at the opening ceremony with Prince Harry and 1,200 others in attendance, U.S. Navy Lt. Brad Snyder, who competed at the 2012 Warrior Games before winning three medals at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, lit the cauldron to signify the start of the Games, which features seven sports. For the 2013 Warrior Game presented by Deloitte more than 20 Deloitte professionals are volunteering their time and talent to participate in the management and coordination of the competition. Some Deloitte employees travel hundreds of miles to attend and show support for the 260 participating service members and veterans. About the Warrior Games The Warrior Games, presented by Deloitte and organized by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), are designed to introduce wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans to Paralympic sport competition and encourages them to stay physically active. The competition will be held in Colorado Springs, Colo., May 11-16, 2013. Two-hundred sixty injured service members and veterans will participate in the fourth annual event, representing the Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force and Special Operations, as well as one international team from the U.K. Teams will compete in seven sports including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track & field and wheelchair basketball.
23 May 2013
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The 2013 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte featured 260 wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans from five U.S. teams (Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force and Special Operations) and the British Armed Forces team competing over six days at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and the U.S. Air Force Academy. In addition to Deloitte, the presenting sponsor, the fourth annual competition is also supported by the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, USO, Fisher House Foundation, AT&T, BP, Budweiser, Semper Fi Fund and Daniels Fund. For complete coverage of the 2013 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte, visit TeamUSA****/warriorgames. The Warrior Games, presented by Deloitte and organized by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), are designed to introduce wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans to Paralympic sport competition and encourages them to stay physically active. The competition was held in Colorado Springs, Colo., May 11-16, 2013. Two-hundred sixty injured service members and veterans participated in the fourth annual event, representing the Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force and Special Operations, as well as one international team from the U.K. Teams competed in seven sports including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track & field and wheelchair basketball.
6 Jun 2013
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This autobiography tells the story of the life of Clayton M. Spradley, including early factors in his life which enabled him to acquire and sustain a career as a Federal Agent. Coming from humble beginnings he worked aggressively from an early age and developed characteristics which enabled him to qualify for his various law enforcement positions. His dedication helped earn him the rank of Eagle Scout, and assisted in developing into an excellent athlete. After graduating from Florida State University with a major in Criminology, he became a civilian Special Agent with The Office of Naval Intelligence (now NCIS). He writes of his experiences raising a family with four children and of his year tour in Vietnam as a civilian Agent. He then transferred into the United States Secret Service and served on protective assignments with five U.S. Presidents. During his Secret Service career he was directly involved in thwarting an attempted assassination on the life of President Gerald Ford. He was also active in the United States Coast Guard Reserve with an Intelligence Designator and obtained the rank of Lieutenant Commander. After retirement from federal law enforcement, he served as the Emergency Management Coordinator in the South Carolina Governor’s Office and was later appointed Chief of the South Carolina Bureau of Protective Services. This book describes his exploits. To learn more or order the book: *******bookstore.xlibris****/Products/SKU-0120642049/EXPLOITS-OF-A-FEDERAL-AGENT.aspx
7 Jun 2013
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How to Zero you AR15 / M4 Platform: Mechanical Zero & the 25m Target I have gotten a lot of requests from new shooters who have purchased an AR platform and are wondering how to sight it in, I explain the process that I learned while I was in the Army. How accurate this procedure? Well the only way to prove this is by splitting playing cards which I have done from 20 feet out to 300 feet away (even left & right handed). The proof is in the pudding. *******www.youtube****/watch?v=TAIqp0TcbUM *******www.youtube****/watch?v=gmPJ0xaYLFc *******www.youtube****/watch?v=i0l0dsIjlg8 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=LcJJPS_nQo0 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=q0sSdMBq1V4 There are many different types of sights & even different zeroing procedures & targets & procedures, so keep in mind this is NOT an all inclusive class but it will give the basic steps on how to set your AR rig for a condition called "Mechanical Zero" and explain how to use the M16A2 25m Zero target I learned in the U.S. Army. The 25m Zero Target allows the shooter to 'zero' in the sights for that individual shooter so they can effectively engage targets at 300m (and longer). Here is a link to a pdf file of the 25m target you can download... *******www.bobdbob****/~deneb/doc/targets/m16a2-25m-zero.pdf All information is for education/informational purposes only. I hope you enjoy this vid and learn how to zero your AR platform. :D Steve P.S. Do NOT get hung up on using an M4 25m target or the M16 25m target - they are basically the same but one the boxes or grids are slightly bigger. Heck I have used hand drawn grid paper to zero & it worked fine. Fact remains you still 'walk' your groups in by firing 3 rounds, adjusting your sights & fire again as needed till you get 3 out of 5 rounds in the circle (verify again to make sure). P.P.S. Also do NOT get wrapped around the axel about the difference in peep sights. The larger aperture is for low light conditions, NBC mask & night vision use. The smaller is normally used for day time. Normally to zero you should use the small but you can zero using the larger one. What is most important is using the correct marksmanship fundamentals = grip, stance/position, breathing, sight alignment/sight picture, trigger pull and follow through. If your consistent then you can shoot with great results. I know some old army buddies that hit targets 250m+ without a front sight post or a rear sight apertures. Some ppl prefer using one over the other but whats important is putting the rounds on target. If you use the small peep or the large & get the job done, then great. However do NOT make this a point of contention, argue on this or other minor details - use what works for you and move on. How to Zero your AR15 M4 M16A2 Platform Mechanical Zero 25m 300m Target firearm weapon qualification military army navy marines air force coast guard tactical swat mechanical 0 outdoor sport shooting NRA gun rights bear arms protection security services competition police safearmsreview
8 Jul 2013
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*******www.HubbardsMarina**** 170 Boardwalk Pl E, Madeira Beach, FL 33708 (727) 393-1947 Private Fishing Charters Tamp Bay FL Hubbard’s Marina is the longest running inshore, near shore and offshore private charter company in the entire state of Florida since 1928! Family owned and operated, We can take ANY size private charter group from 1 person to as many as 120 on one vessel! We also have over 10 vessels that can take as many as 450 people for larger group outings. All of our boats are built to United States Coast Guard standards and specifications. All of our captains carry a 100 ton license or better, and even our crew members are licensed operators and highly skilled in maintaining and operating a vessel safely. When you need the very best for your fishing charter, be sure to book it at Hubbard's Marina for an unforgettable experience! ********hubbardsmarina****/private-fishing-charters-tampa-bay-fl/
21 Sep 2016
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*******www.YourPolkAttorneys**** *******www.YourHighlandsLawyers**** Lopez and Humphries, P.A. 521 Pine Street Sebring, Florida 33870 863-709-1800 Boating and Watercraft Accident and Injury Attorneys Maritime Law Attorneys | Negligence Boating Cases Settlements, Compensation and Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer In 2007, 5,191 boating accidents claimed the lives of 685 people and injured another 3,673, according to a report by the U.S. Coast Guard. Many of these accidents occurred due to negligence on someone's part. When a boating accident is caused by another party's negligence, people who are harmed are often eligible for compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering as well as other damages. To learn more about the legal implications of boating accidents and your right to compensation, please review the information below and contact a qualified boating accident attorney. Boating Accidents and the Law As a legal matter, a boating accident occurs when a boat (motorboat, canoe/kayak, pontoon boat, sail boat, jet ski, etc.) is involved in an event or series of events that cause harm, such as property damage, total vessel loss, missing person(s), injury or death. Boating accidents are one type of motor vehicle accidents. According to the U.S. Coast Guard, common accidents include: Collision with another vessel Collision with a fixed, sometimes submerged, object Collision with a floating object (e.g., log, swimmer) Mishaps involving a skier or person on a towable object Mishaps involving a person falling overboard Capsizing Grounding, sinking, flooding or swamping Fire or explosion Carbon monoxide poisoning Most boating accidents involve an element of negligence. Negligence Victims who have suffered injuries or property damage as a result of boating accidents often are eligible to receive compensation from an insurance company or a court award. First, however, they must establish that someone's negligence, or failure to act responsibly, was to blame.
25 Oct 2016
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*******www.YourPlantCityAttorneys**** Lopez and Humphries, P.A. Personal Injury Due To Accidents Negligence Medical Malpractice Plant City FL | Valrico FL | Brandon FL | Hillsborough County FL Boating and Watercraft Accident and Injury Attorneys Maritime Law Attorneys | Negligence Boating Cases Settlements, Compensation and Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer In 2007, 5,191 boating accidents claimed the lives of 685 people and injured another 3,673, according to a report by the U.S. Coast Guard. Many of these accidents occurred due to negligence on someone's part. When a boating accident is caused by another party's negligence, people who are harmed are often eligible for compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering as well as other damages. To learn more about the legal implications of boating accidents and your right to compensation, please review the information below and contact a qualified boating accident attorney. Boating Accidents and the Law As a legal matter, a boating accident occurs when a boat (motorboat, canoe/kayak, pontoon boat, sail boat, jet ski, etc.) is involved in an event or series of events that cause harm, such as property damage, total vessel loss, missing person(s), injury or death. Boating accidents are one type of motor vehicle accidents. According to the U.S. Coast Guard, common accidents include: Collision with another vessel Collision with a fixed, sometimes submerged, object Collision with a floating object (e.g., log, swimmer) Mishaps involving a skier or person on a towable object Mishaps involving a person falling overboard Capsizing Grounding, sinking, flooding or swamping Fire or explosion Carbon monoxide poisoning Most boating accidents involve an element of negligence. Negligence
2 Nov 2016
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Enjoy the thrill of sportfishing on beautiful Kauai with Lahela, the #1 Sportfishing and Charter Service for Kauai!. Our services include: exciting deep sea fishing, shark fishing, night Ahi Tuna fishing or whale watching charters. With a 34-foot & up to 14 passengers, LAHELA – is the only fishing boat certified by the United States Coast Guard in operation on Kauai today. With our experienced crew and best fishing equipment, you will sail for a great trip and a lot of action!. Our adventure fishing trips fill up fast, so book now get your lifetimememory for you and your family!. Contact us at (808) 635-4020 for more details!
19 Jun 2018
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Watch Dr. Li Zheng interview longtime friend and patient Robert Sprenger, who has recently hit 90 years old! Mr. Sprenger served a combined 32 years in the USAF, Coast Guard, and Air Force Reserves. He talked about how he can overcome different medical conditions such as AF, knee replacement and anxiety by combing acupuncture, exercises and healthy life styles.
12 Sep 2018
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Austin Boat & Travel Trailer Show features a display product like Coast guard & emergency equipment, Deck fittings, Diving & fishing, Jet skis & accessories, Marina Developers, Motor boats, Nautical gift items, Sailing boats & yachts etc.
6 Dec 2019
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