View post tag: USS Porter View post tag: europe View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: Breeze USS Porter Wraps Up Breeze 2015 The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) departed Varna, Bulgaria July 13, following the conclusion of the Bulgarian naval exercise Breeze 2015.The annual Black Sea naval exercise involved 30 ships and 1,700 personnel including units from the Bulgarian, Greek, Turkish and Romanian navies.U.S. assets participating included the USS Porter (DDG 78) and a U.S. Navy P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft.USS Porter (DDG 78), forward deployed to Rota, Spain, is on a routine patrol conducting naval operations with allies and partners in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in order to advance security and stability in the Black Sea region.[mappress mapid=”16472″]Image: US Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Porter Wraps Up Breeze 2015 View post tag: News by topic Share this article Authorities July 13, 2015 View post tag: 2015
“They have made progress since the start of the season, and will show that next season,” said Wenger. “It looks like they have improved quality-wise from the start to now.” United have already recruited Holland international Memphis Depay from PSV Eindhoven and have been linked with big-money moves for the likes of Gareth Bale and Harry Kane. Wenger would not be surprised to see plenty of summer transfer activity at Old Trafford. “It looks to me like they are on the market because every player I am offered, I am told Man United are on the case as well,” he said. “It looks like they are very active and you expect them to come back with some strong buys, but they already have a very strong squad. If you look at their squad, it’s top quality already.” Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has no doubts Manchester United will come back stronger next season, but is confident his squad can also match all of their Barclays Premier League rivals. Press Association The Gunners head to Old Trafford on Sunday two points ahead of United and out to cement automatic qualification for the Champions League group stages. Finishing third would, statistically at least, represent an improvement for Arsenal, who hold a game in hand, and could retain the FA Cup if they beat Aston Villa at Wembley on May 30. Wenger, though, knows full well none of the title hopefuls can afford to stand still as they look to sustain a much-improved effort to reel in runaway champions Chelsea in 2015/2016. “We feel we have made progress, but we have a good opportunity to show that on Sunday because in every game that is questioned,” said Wenger, whose side were beaten 1-0 at home by Swansea on Monday night – a first league defeat since February 7. “That is what is at stake until the end of the season, to show that we can be stronger next year. “We made 79 points last year, that was quite a good total, but it was not enough to finish in the top three. “Only one thing shows you have made progress and that is the continuity in your performances, and that you have a good level of cohesion. “Since January we have produced consistent performances and we have also been very strong away from home, and again on Sunday we have an opportunity to show that we have made progress.” Following a slow start under new manager Lois van Gaal, United have clawed their way back into the top four as they bid to return to the Champions League, which could need a play-off in August. Wenger is in no doubt United will soon be a force to be reckoned with again as they target a first trophy since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure.
BUSINESSMAN,Aubrey Hutson,yesterday defeated Army Major, Shen Fung, six votes to three to return as president of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) for a second term, when the body held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and election of office bearers at the National Resource Centre on Woolford Avenue.Hutson will continue to head the AAG for another four years, and stated that he was honoured to be re-elected to the post. Hutson said that in going forward, the association will be looking to work with a plan that allows room for more personalisation.“Our plan will have to constantly be tweaked based on the personnel that we are having.(We)understand athletics is very dynamic,so we would have to constantly work.It has to do with development, development, development, it has to do with sitting with the coaches, so we can work with their athletes for them to run the kind of times and jump the distances that will get us Olympic medals.It’s a constant process, it’s not a one brush paint all.There’s not one way to raise an athlete or coach an athlete so we have to constantly work with them.Our plan is,yes,we want to get medals at the Olympics, but it’s based on what we have;we have to work with it to move our sport forward,” Hutson told the media corps following his re-election yesterday.He will be supported by a team of executives that will include vice- presidents,Amanda Hermanstine,Assistant Superintendent of police,and Colin Ming, who respectively received six and five votes to take their positions.Hermanstine and businessman Mr Ming received more votes than Godfrey Washington and Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) Secretary General, Hector Edwards,who each had three votes.Also in the pool, but not making it through was former AAG president, Colin Boyce.Hermanstine ascended from her previous position as assistant treasurer. Niall Stanton was also returned to his position as the Association’s treasurer. Taking over from Hermanstine, as assistant treasurer, will be former athlete Elton Bollers.Other members elected were the five committee members:Keith Campbell, who topped the pool with seven votes, Lyndon Wilson (6), Yvonne October (6), Silus Brummell (5) and Buster Wright (4).
Patrick Mahomes reveled in proving, yet again, he was deserving of the No. 2 pick Chicago spent on Mitchell Trubisky in the 2017 NFL Draft as he and the Chiefs easily dispatched the Trubisky-led Bears 26-3 at Soldier Field.As he returned to the sideline after one of his three total touchdowns Sunday night, Mahomes counted to 10 on his fingers, an apparent nod to the No. 10 spot from which the Chiefs (11-4) drafted him. The reigning league MVP was 23 for 33 for 251 yards and two scores through the air. MORE: Watch select NFL games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Fun fact: Patrick took his college number 5 and added 10 to it for his current number.Wonder why 🤔 pic.twitter.com/reAFxsrFRa— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 23, 2019The Chiefs’ first drive of the night went 82 yards and lasted nearly eight minutes, ending with Mahomes’ scrambling into the end zone from 14 yards out. They added a field goal on their next trip and pieced together a 95-yard touchdown drive — extended by a Chicago penalty for running into the punter — to take a 17-0 lead to halftime.VIDEO: Chiefs-Bears highlightsChicago (7-8) struggled to get off the field on third down, allowing Kansas City to convert six of its 11 tries, including some backbreaking third-and-longs early.The Bears’ offense was tepid, gaining 234 total yards; Trubisky was 18 for 33 for 157 yards.The Chiefs’ victory keeps them one game above the Texans in the race for the No. 3 seed in the AFC. A Kansas City win or Houston loss next week would secure that spot for Mahomes and the Chiefs.Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from the “Sunday Night Football” Week 16 matchup. Follow along below.Chiefs vs. Bears final score Q1Q2Q3Q4FChiefs7100926Bears00303Chiefs vs. Bears updates, highlightsFinal: Chiefs 26, Bears 311:02 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Chiefs. Kansas City adds to the lead. Chiefs 26, Bears 3.10:33 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Chiefs. In case the result wasn’t already clear, Mahomes to Damien Williams for a 14-yard score. Double-doink and the extra point is no good, though, so that’s fun. Chiefs 23, Bears 3.. @PatrickMahomes third total TD of the night puts the @Chiefs up 23-3. #ChiefsKingdom📺: #KCvsCHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oKSy2RrKGc pic.twitter.com/z8DmJ2XpCl— NFL (@NFL) December 23, 2019End third quarter: Chiefs 17, Bears 310:24 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Bears. Chicago gets on the board headed to the fourth quarter. Chiefs 17, Bears 3.10:11 p.m.: TURNOVER ON DOWNS, Bears. Chicago goes for it on fourth-and-goal from the 4, but Trubuisky’s pass is broken up. Fifteen plays and over seven-and-a-half minutes, no points.10:05 p.m.: Chicago is putting together its best drive of the game.9:54 p.m.: Kansas City begins the second half with possession.Halftime: Chiefs 17, Bears 09:35 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Chiefs. Kansas City takes advantage of the Bears running into the punter around midfield. Mahomes hits tight end Travis Kelce for a 6-yard score with less than a minute before halftime. Feels about as insurmountable as a 17-point halftime lead can. Chiefs 17, Bears 0.. @PatrickMahomes puts it right on @tkelce for the @Chiefs TD! #ChiefsKingdom📺: #KCvsCHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oKSy2RrKGc pic.twitter.com/bjt2px4NkQ— NFL (@NFL) December 23, 20199:29 p.m.: Kansas City is driving at the two-minute warning, thanks to a running into the kicker penalty.9:03 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Chiefs. Harrison Butker’s kick is good — barely — from 56. Chiefs 10, Bears 0.Harrison Butker is GOOD from 56 yards out! #ChiefsKingdom📺: #KCvsCHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oKSy2RrKGc pic.twitter.com/Dqnxa6vwhG— NFL (@NFL) December 23, 2019End first quarter: Chiefs 7, Bears 08:47 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Chiefs. Mahomes scrambles on third-and-5 and has an easy 12-yard touchdown run. An 82-yard drive that lasted 7:58. Three third-down conversions, including a third-and-10 and a third-and-18. Chiefs 7, Bears 0. . @PatrickMahomes takes it himself for the 12-yard rushing TD! #ChiefsKingdom📺: #KCvsCHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oKSy2RrKGc pic.twitter.com/QXHvwhTOrc— NFL (@NFL) December 23, 20198:44 p.m.: Kansas City is entering the eighth minute of its first drive.On third & 18, @PatrickMahomes delivers to the @Cheetah . #ChiefsKingdom📺: #KCvsCHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oKSy2RrKGc pic.twitter.com/stj0BO8YXE— NFL (@NFL) December 23, 20198:32 p.m.: The Bears punt from around midfield.8:24 p.m.: Chicago begins on offense after a touchback.