Nine more arrested in Fat Leonard case; Meyer’s Group orders two Damen ASD tugs

Nine arrested in Fat Leonard case include retired Admiral
Nine arrested in Fat Leonard case include retired Admiral
March 15, 2017 — Retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Bruce Loveless and eight others have been charged in a federal indictment with accepting luxury travel, elaborate dinners and services of prostitutes from Leonard Glenn Francis, the former CEO of Glenn Defense Marine Asia (GDMA), in exchange for classified and internal U.S. Navy information.

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Last AY News & Views – Times are a changing…

Asian sailing news, photos, results & views

Last AsianYachting News & Views

Goto 2016-17 AYGP Microsite
2016-17 AYGP Events
HK to San Fernando Race
Start 12 April
Commodore’s Cup
April 19th – 23rd
Top ot the Gulf
May 4th – 8th
Samui Regatta
May 20th – 27th

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Goto 1998-99 Race Reports1. EDITORIAL – Times are a changing…

Rapid advances in ICT connectivity, over the past few years and multiple choices on how to receive your daily news fix, has resulted in discontinuing the monthly AY News & Views and free up some time in the twilight years.

When we started 19+ years ago, (Goto 1998-99 Race Reports and the first Sept 2000 News & Views) the main aim was to let people know, there were sailing events in Asia, they could compete in and keep local sailors informed on International events and the current state of yachting affairs.

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Senators to Trump Admin: Don’t cut Coast Guard budget; SmartPredict aims to reduce maneuvering risks

Senators to Trump Admin: Don't cut Coast Guard budget
Senators to Trump Admin: Don’t cut Coast Guard budget
March 13, 2017 — Mexico isn’t going to pay for that wall and neither will the Coast Guard, if a bipartisan group of U.S. senators have their way. According to reports, the FY 2018 Presidential Budget Request could seek an almost 12 percent cut in the service’s budget, apparently in an effort to help pay for increased expenditures elsewhere in the Department of Homeland Security.

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