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The UK Armed Forces is also deploying a small team to the UK Embassy in Beirut to help identify requirements and coordinate the package of wider support to the Lebanese Armed Forces. This includes the offer of tailored medical support, military air transport assistance and engineering and communications capabilities. HMS Enterprise is currently docked in Limassol and will make her way to Lebanon in due course. The UK is working with the Lebanese authorities to determine the optimum time for the ship’s deployment. “We have a close and enduring friendship with the Lebanese people, our military is ready to support them in their time of need.” Royal Navy survey ship HMS Enterprise will sail to Lebanon to assess the damage of Beirut’s port following Tuesday’s explosion and help return it to normal operations. “At the request of the Lebanese Government I have authorised the sending of HMS Enterprise to help survey the Port of Beirut, assessing the damage and supporting Lebanon rebuild this vital piece of national infrastructure,” Wallace said. View post tag: HMS Enterprise Share this article Photo: HMS Enterprise Manoverboard exerciseToday sailors on board HMS Enterprise conducted a MOBEX (Manoverboard exercise) as part of crucial training while at sea. The seaboat and swimmer of the watch had to battle choppy conditions in order to carry out the exercise successfully. HMS Enterprise Manoverboard exerciseToday sailors on board HMS Enterprise conducted a MOBEX (Manoverboard exercise) as part of crucial training while at sea. The seaboat and swimmer of the watch had to battle choppy conditions in order to carry out the exercise successfully. The deployment of Enterprise will complement an immediate package of military and civilian support and £5m worth of aid, made available by UK’s Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.
No one wants to spend more time on finding solutions for whatever problems or challenges come their way, and at Dell, we are no exception. We created the Dell Quick Resource Locator (QRL) to help our customers find answers quickly, and we just gave it a major overhaul.You might already know what QRL is, but if you don’t – it is a tool for all those enterprise DIYers out there that hosts a select list of videos and documents to show you how to setup, service, or upgrade your systems. You can find bunch of other various bits of info that we believe you will find immediately useful, such as product diagrams, support matrixes, product overviews.Also, this handy tool just got a makeover. We’ve redone the UI to make it easier to navigate, made searching easier, added some personal customizations options, and a favorite page to track the systems, videos, documents, and service tags you need on a regular basis.First, the main page is now your page, so put your face and name on it! When you view a system, video, document, or enter a service tag, you can now save that as a favorite, where it shows up on your home page.Also, the search now covers all products, videos, documents, and can even look up your service tag so that you can see your warranty status and original factory configuration.Additionally, we’re working on further improving QRL in the coming months to save you time when you need answers, or just some information about your Dell EMC enterprise systems. So try out the new Quick Resource Locator on your iOS or Android phone, and check back here to see future announcements about features and additions as we bring them to you.
Mason…scholarship named in his honor The Jamaica Athletic Administrative Association (JAAA) has announced a scholarship to the G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport, in honor of high jumper Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motor accident.The Germaine Mason Scholarship will be awarded to a high school high jumper who excels academically, JAAA president Dr. Warren Blake announced on Wednesday.Blake spoke at the launch of the Jamaica International Invitational meet which takes place May 20 at the National Stadium in Kingston.Mason, who died in East Kingston where he grew up, represented Jamaica at the youth and senior levels, before switching allegiance to Great Britain in 2006. He won that country’s first high jump medal in 80 years by copping silver at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.He cleared 2.34 meters, which is also Jamaica’s national record.