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I don't know if anybody else mentioned it..  But that CO monitor/detector is installed incorrectly.  It needs to be located as close to floor as possible.  CO (Carbon Monoxide) is heavier than air, so as its currently installed, if you do have a leak, your detector would NEVER detect it.
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1942), the crucial and decisive naval battle of World War II in the Pacific.  The U.S. Navy's carrier-based naval aircraft destroyed four Japanese aircraft carriers, sank one heavy cruiser, damaged one heavy cruiser, and destroyed 248 aircraft.  

 The decisive use of aircraft carriers turned the tide of war in favor of America and changed American naval strategy, making the aircraft carrier the centerpiece of U.S. Navy fleet operations.  To this day the aircraft carrier is the symbol of American presence and power around globe.

 As we remember those who so bravely fought on this day 73 years ago, we must also remember the heroic efforts of our Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard workers who accomplished the almost impossible task of repairing the battle damaged USS Yorktown and getting the aircraft carrier ready to fight and underway on June 2 , 1942.  Their story is posted today as special Battle of Midway Anniversary story in the NAVSEA Observer.

https://navsea.portal.navy.mil/home/observer/SitePages/Article%20Viewer.aspx?itemId=790
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Today is the 73rd anniversary of the Battle of Midway (June 3-6, 1942), the crucial and decisive naval battle of World War II in the Pacific.  The U.S. Navy's carrier-based naval aircraft destroyed four Japanese aircraft carriers, sank one heavy cruiser, damaged one heavy cruiser, and destroyed 248 aircraft.  

 The decisive use of aircraft carriers turned the tide of war in favor of America and changed American naval strategy, making the aircraft carrier the centerpiece of U.S. Navy fleet operations.  To this day the aircraft carrier is the symbol of American presence and power around globe.

 As we remember those who so bravely fought on this day 73 years ago, we must also remember the heroic efforts of our Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard workers who accomplished the almost impossible task of repairing the battle damaged USS Yorktown and getting the aircraft carrier ready to fight and underway on June 2 , 1942.  Their story is posted today as special Battle of Midway Anniversary story in the NAVSEA Observer.

https://navsea.portal.navy.mil/home/observer/SitePages/Article%20Viewer.aspx?itemId=790
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I can remember when the movie came out about this battle, starring Charlton Heston. Hand the new surround sound at the theaters...I remember leaving that movie with a headache.
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LOL..love the sarcasm..
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On Friday, May 8, 2015, join the Arsenal for Democracy to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE Day). The Arsenal of Democracy World War II Victory Capitol Flyover will include 15 historically sequenced warbird formations traveling across our nation’s capital — from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol. The Flyover will feature over 70 warbirds representing the major battles of World War II, from Pearl Harbor to D-Day, ending with a final Missing Man Formation to “Taps.” Never before has such a collection of WWII aircraft been assembled at one location — a fitting tribute to the men and women at home and abroad responsible for this Victory in 1945. The Flyover is set to start at 12:10 pm and last approximately
40 minutes. Learn more about this event here.

 
http://www.militarytimes.com/story/veterans/2015/03/10/national-capital-flyover-to-celebrate-wwii-ve-day/24725225/

 http://ww2flyover.org/general-information/flyover-schedule-and-route/

So, if anybody is in DC, or near DC on Friday.. This will be a once in a lifetime experience.
Vintage aircraft of World War II will fill the skies over the nation's capital Friday, May 8, in tribute to the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe
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B-29 Super fortress, and a P-51 Mustang
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I will admit it.. When I first saw this video, I was thinking there is no way that it will work.  But I must admit, you did a great job, and it looks great.  VERY CREATIVE.
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+Jeff Rice Thanks!
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Whatever happened to Kevin Sullivan? Seemed like once the NWA folded, along with FCW/GCW...Kevin Sullivan disappeared also.
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+Jeff Rice Lives in Oregon now. He sold his gym in the Florida Keys.
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Welcome back Chad.  Glad to see you posting again.
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Great post!! Thank you!!



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On Friday, May 8, 2015, join the Arsenal for Democracy to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE Day). The Arsenal of Democracy World War II Victory Capitol Flyover will include 15 historically sequenced warbird formations traveling across our nation’s capital — from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol. The Flyover will feature over 70 warbirds representing the major battles of World War II, from Pearl Harbor to D-Day, ending with a final Missing Man Formation to “Taps.” Never before has such a collection of WWII aircraft been assembled at one location — a fitting tribute to the men and women at home and abroad responsible for this Victory in 1945. The Flyover is set to start at 12:10 pm and last approximately
40 minutes. Learn more about this event here.

 
http://www.militarytimes.com/story/veterans/2015/03/10/national-capital-flyover-to-celebrate-wwii-ve-day/24725225/

 http://ww2flyover.org/general-information/flyover-schedule-and-route/

So, if anybody is in DC, or near DC on Friday.. This will be a once in a lifetime experience.
Vintage aircraft of World War II will fill the skies over the nation's capital Friday, May 8, in tribute to the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe
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That wil be very special thank you
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Outstanding update to the fireplace  Love it.
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Radar Systems Engineer/Technical Director - US Navy(Naval Sea Systems Command(NAVSEA))
Employment
  • US Navy (Civilan/Washington Navy Yard)
    Sr. Radar Systems Engineer, 2008 - present
  • US Navy (Civilan/Washington Navy Yard)
    Radar Systems Engineer/Technical Director, 2009 - present
  • US Navy(Active Duty)
    1987 - 1997
  • US Navy (Civilian/NSWC Dahlgren)
    Systems Engineer, 1997 - 2001
    Systems Engineering tasks with AN/SQQ-89(V) ASWCS
  • US Navy (Civilan/NSWC Dahlgren)
    AEGIS Combat Systems Engineer, 2001 - 2006
  • US Navy (Civilan/Washington Navy Yard)
    AEGIS Combat Systems Engineer/C4I Integration, 2006 - 2008
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Hurricane, "Jimmy Dean"
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  • Bus Simulator 2015
  • Navy Battleship Attack 3D
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Looking to meet friends (new and old) interested in things such as Phyics, Electrical/Computer Engineering, US Military/US Navy, RVs/Motorhomes/Travel Trailers, Cooking, Law/Legal/Law Enforcement, and EMS/Emergency Medicine topics.
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Washington, DC
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Fort Lauderdale, FL - Deerfield Beach, FL - San Diego, CA - Austin, TX - Virginia Beach, VA - Fredericksburg, VA
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
First time at Monument since they relocated from their original location. The food was excellent, as expected. However, I am not a fan of the new and LIMITED menu. There are only 5 dinner options, not including the nightly specials. A very unique concept/business model as they have "The Monument Market" attached to the restaurant, and their own vegetable and herb gardens where they grow and harvest their organic products for use in the restaurant and market.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
For a museum that boasts about its displays of shipwrecks of the coast of NC, I was extremely disappointed in their exhibit. The majority of the exhibits focused on the CSS Monitor. Other minor displays included retro diving equipment from US Divers, and DACOR. A small case or 2 talking about the Titanic (which is no where near the NC coast), commercial fishing equipment (rods/reels, fish finders, etc) and finally miscellaneous "stuff" that washed ashore. It's a total waste of time.
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Public - a year ago
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A carnivores delight..
Public - 10 months ago
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