WASHINGTON (AP) — The Air Force has ordered a broad review of security at all its installations after an unarmed man got access to the flightline at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland and entered an aircraft used by top U.S. and military officials. The base says the man entered a C-40 aircraft on Thursday. The C-40 is primarily used to transport members of the Cabinet, Congress and military combatant commanders. Chief Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the Air Force has already adjusted some of its security protocols at Andrews. He did not provide details on the adjustments, but President Joe Biden is expected to arrive at Andrews later on Friday to fly home to Wilmington, Delaware.
The International Handball TV tournament Championshiops will be held in Doboj for the 45th time from 20-24 August at the Sports Games Stadium.As an introduction to the sports event, on 19 August a ”Sports Parade” is planned, where all sports clubs from the area of the city of Doboj will be presented on the main streets of Doboj.Participants at this year’s tournament are the teams “Dunkerque” from Franece, Bahrain national team, Tatran Prešov, Slovakia, Bešiktaš, Turkey, Celje, Slovenija, Vojvodina, Serbia, Borac, B&H and as always, the local team Sloga from Doboj.
Catastrophic season for Chelsea forced Roman Abramovich to make an insane move. Namely, according to the media, Chelsea is preparing to bring no less than Zlatan Ibrahimović!It sounds unbelievable, but according to the French site ‘Footmercato’ the Blues should offer as much as 25 million EUR to Ibrahimović for two years, which are astounding numbers for a 34-year-old player.Ibrahimović is a free player as of summer and, despite the fact that he is in late years for playing, he is still wanted by numerous clubs.(Source: avaz.ba)
LONG BRANCH – Artists will have their work on display from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 20-21 on Festival Plaza at Pier Village to support Susan G. Komen For The Cure of Central and Southern New Jersey.All weekend long, restaurants and retailers within the luxury destination will be celebrating the fight against breast cancer in conjunction with the Susan G. Komen Fund For The Cure. Among activities will be Dine to Donate! at McLoone’s Pier House. The restaurant will be donating 20 percent of every check that includes food to Susan G. Komen For The Cure. Indulge Lounge and Food Bar will be donating $2 from every pink martini purchased to breast cancer awareness and Molly & Zoey will hold an after-party Saturday, Oct. 20 following the after Art For The Cure. Koi Boutique will have a display outside the store all weekend for a special promotion from Vera Bradley. All specialty products purchased during the weekend will benefit breast cancer research and awareness.Pier Village is raffling a pink Vespa that can be seen in Shoe Inn. Those who come to see the Vespa will get a free pink cupcake and free pink ribbon. Any Pier Village purchase gets one free raffle ticket for the Vespa.Additional information about Pier Village Goes Pink events is available at www.piervillage.com.
After a successful winter program, the Steve Nash Youth Basketball is making a return for its spring session beginning Wednesday at the Hume Elementary Gym in Nelson.The Spring session runs from Wednesday (April 6th) to May 25th (8 sessions) from 5:15 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.For complete information — membership Includes: Basketball, Reversible Jersey, T-Shirt, Basketball BC membership including supplementary insurance coverage — as well as online registration, go to www.NelsonBasketball.ca website. Coaches are from the L.V. Rogers Senior Bombers, including head coach Jeremy Phelan.Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the future basketball stars with Team of the Week honours.
ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 19, 2015)–Multiple stakes winner Acceptance, who is unbeaten in three starts for trainer Don Warren, and Tough Sunday, a horse who has overcome being born deaf, blind and without a mother, headline a field of eight California bred or sired 3-year-olds in Saturday’s $250,000 California Cup Derby at 1 1/16 miles.Bred by Old English Rancho and owned by E.W. and Judy Johnston and Robert Riggio, Acceptance broke his maiden at first asking by 13 ¼ lengths and he comes off emphatic wins versus state-breds in the one mile King Glorious Stakes on Dec. 14, and in the seven furlong Golden State Juvenile on Nov. 1.By Vronsky and out of the Perfect Mandate mare Allswellthatnswell, Acceptance has banked $257,600–easily making him the leading money earner in the Derby lineup.Tough Sunday, who is owned by his breeder, Nick Alexander and trained by Steve Miyadi, comes off an impressive 6 ¾ length state-bred maiden special weight win going seven furlongs on Dec. 28 and will try a route of ground for the first time in his fourth career start.In breaking his maiden, Tough Sunday, who is by Grazen, from the General Meeting mare Sunday Dress, earned a Cal Cup Derby best last-out Beyer Speed figure of 83 and will be ridden back by Tyler Baze. A truly miraculous story, Tough Sunday endured a difficult birth in which his umbilical cord became compromised, resulting in a lack of blood flow and oxygen. In addition to being born deaf and blind due to the lack of oxygen, he lacked a nursing instinct, and as a result, was abandoned by his mother.When asked about his chances stretching out, Baze responded, “I love this horse.”Second, beaten three lengths by Acceptance in the King Glorious, Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams’ homebred Pulmarack broke his maiden going a mile two starts back and merits respect in what will be his fifth career try.Named by owner/breeder Alexander for the former major league slugger Ted “Big Klu” Kluszewski, trainer Phil D’Amato’s Kluszewski finished third, beaten 3 ½ lengths in the King Glorious and will be making his sixth start on Saturday.Although a well beaten fourth at 3-1 in the King Glorious, Griffen Thoroughbred Stables’ Mischief Clem will try to rebound for the potent team of Kent Desormeaux and Bob Hess, Jr.The complete field for the Cal Cup Derby, which will be run as the sixth race on a 10-race card Saturday, with jockeys and weights in post position order: Tough Sunday, Tyler Baze, 117; Acceptance, Elvis Trujillo, 124; Mischief Clem, Kent Desormeaux, 117; Neveradoubt Joe Talamo, 117; Kluszewski, Rafael Bejarano, 117; Chanito, Brandon Boulanger, 117; Pulmarack, Drayden Van Dyke, 117, and Avati Bello, Mike Smith, 117. There is special early first time on Saturday of 12 noon. Admission gates open early as well at 10 a.m. RACE IS ONE OF FIVE STAKES ON 10-RACE SUNSHINE MILLIONS/CAL CUP DAY CARD