Airfield

16 Jul 19
WSAV-TV
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – A Fort Stewart soldier is in military police custody after a video of an incident involving him was shared on Facebook. The shared video shows a verbal altercation in a parking lot between the soldier and other drivers. According to the Facebook post, the argument was over a parking spot. The soldier is seen screaming and cursing while packing a stroller into his car. He is also seen ripping his jacket and hat off and throwing them into the trunk. A woman with him is shown trying to calm him down. He is seen grabbing her arm behind her back and pushing her. There is a child seen in the back seat of the vehicle. WSAV reached out to Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield and received this statement: 3rd Infantry Division leadership is aware of an incident involving one of our soldiers captured on video yesterday. The soldier has been positively identified and has been detained. We are working with the appropriate civilian and military authorities to address this situation. This soldier’s behavior and actions are not condoned by the 3rd Infantry Division and are not in keeping with the values instilled in our Dogface soldiers or our Army. The video has been viewed on Facebook over 300,000 times and has more than 900 comments. This story is developing. News 3 will keep you updated with the latest.
16 Jul 19
Racetripping

Bydgoszcz – Szczecin

16 Jul 19

Over the following days we had been joined by almost all of the team who had planned to be here in support of the Kavala AirSea Show; Theo & Fran, film producer Stephen Saunders and his wife Claire; Tony Henwood (great nephew of RNAS pilot N H Starbucks) and his wife Carol; and Peter Cowlan […]

16 Jul 19
Russia News Now

MOSCOW, July 16. /TASS/. The Russian Navy has held the first daytime rehearsal of the Main Naval Parade in the Kronshtadt roadstead, Navy Spokesman, Captain 1st Rank Igor Dygalo told reporters on Tuesday. The Main Naval Parade will take place on July 28 when Russia celebrates Navy Day. “Over 10 combat ships of various classes, […]

16 Jul 19
Provoking Posts

This past weekend my family was fortunate enough to spend time on Martha’s Vineyard and I smiled when seeing this old sign again. It has sat for many years at the edge of a grass airfield – a simple weather-divining device involving only a stone and some pithy instructions. It is a little worn, but the […]

16 Jul 19
business

The report on the Global Runway Lighting market offers complete data on the Runway Lighting market. Components, for example, main players, analysis, size, situation of the business, SWOT analysis, and best patterns in the market are included in the report. In addition to this, the report sports numbers, tables, and charts that offer a clear viewpoint of […]

16 Jul 19
A balanced diet . . .

Last week, Steph and I spent three days exploring five National Trust and English Heritage properties in Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire. This is not an area with which we are familiar at all. We spent the first night on the coast at Skegness, and the second in the Georgian town of Wisbech. It was a round […]

16 Jul 19
Malcolm Marsh - Author

Oberleutnant Frank Linke – Crawford – Austro – Hungarian Ace 1893 / 1918 Pt.2   He also flew some sorties in single – seat fighters. On one of these missions on the 13th of April 1917, he shot down a Nieuport that cartwheeled into a crash far behind the Italian lines. He did not bother […]

15 Jul 19
MILNEWS.ca Blog

What’s Canada Buying? “Ottawa awarding military contracts to Davie shipyard in Quebec weeks before election call” “Joint Task Force 2 move to CFB Trenton being reconsidered” ”Malgré les terres expropriées à Trenton, au Canada les Forces spéciales devraient rester près d’Ottawa” ”Canadian Forces may cancel plan to relocate special forces unit from Ottawa over $1.2 […]