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USA: Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron Honors Fallen Shipmates

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today USA: Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron Honors Fallen Shipmates View post tag: Navy Training & Education July 25, 2012 Friends and service members gathered for a memorial service held aboard Naval Support Activity, Bahrain, July 23 to honor the lives of two fallen shipmates assigned to Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron (HM) 15, also known as the ‘Blackhawks.’Naval Aircrewman 2nd Class Joseph P. Fitzmorris, 31, of West Monroe, La., and Chief Naval Aircrewman (Helicopter) Sean P. Sullivan, 40, of St. Louis, Mo., were killed July 19 when their MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopter crashed 58 miles southeast of Muscat, Oman, while conducting heavy lift support operations.The memorial service opened with an invocation by Lt. Kenneth Dowdey, command chaplain, followed by remarks from Cmdr. Sara Santoski, HM-15’s commanding officer.Santoski spoke about both Fitzmorris and Sullivans’ selfless devotion to duty and unwavering commitment to the Navy. “These men and Sailors were the best of us here at HM-15,” said Santoski. “They were honorable men, dedicated to their families, talented and professional soldiers, and true patriots. They certainly were the best America had to offer.”Fitzmorris, commonly known among his friends as “JP,” joined the Navy in 2004 as an aviation electrician’s mate, and continued his service as a naval aircrewman. Fitzmorris completed tours with Helicopter Training Squadron (HT) 8, HT 28, and HM-15.His friends remembered him as fun-loving with an undeniable zest for life.“Fitz loved a lot of things,” said Lt. Michael McDonald. “He loved his wife Jackie, he loved his dogs, he loved his truck, he loved ordering Firehouse for lunch, he loved LSU Football, country music, beer, flying, and he loved us.”Sullivan enlisted in the Navy as an aviation structural mechanic in 1992, continuing on as a Naval Aircrewman. His tours included Naval Air Facility Atsugi, HT 8, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4, Naval Recruiting District St. Louis, and HM-15.Aviation Warfare Systems Operator 1st Class Eddie King remembered the passion Sullivan shared as a member of the ‘Blackhawk’ team. “I’ve never met anyone that loved flying as much as he did. Anytime that bird was going up he wanted to be out there,” said King. “No matter what mission we were going to do, no matter the place, the time, the danger; no one’s hand went up before Chief Sullivan’s.“I know in my heart he would have my back when I say to all of HM-15, ‘It’s time to get back to work. Let’s not mourn them, let’s honor them.’”Fitzmorris is survived by his wife Jacqueline and his mother Florence.Sullivan is survived by his wife Amy and his parents Timothy and Kathy.HM-15 is assigned to Commander, Task Force 52, supporting mine countermeasures in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, July 25, 2012 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Fallen View post tag: Shipmates View post tag: Helicoptercenter_img View post tag: Mine View post tag: Squadron View post tag: Honors View post tag: Countermeasures USA: Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron Honors Fallen Shipmates View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

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Dutch consultant seeks manager for $100m medical research fund

first_imgA Dutch investment consultant is seeking a manager to oversee a private equity vehicle focused solely on medical research, using IPE-Quest.In search QN1423, the investment consultant said it would consider private equity opportunities globally, allocating $100m (€74m) to core, value-added or opportunistic investment opportunities.However, the consultancy said it was looking to limit its exposure to a specific area of medical research.“[The] mandate is for the management of a dedicated fund to be established solely to fund companies that carry out research in the field of ALS [Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis]/motor neuron disease,” the search said. The consultancy said further that it would consider managers with experience in bioscience and healthcare private equity, although firms previously overseeing broader mandates would also be welcome.Managers should have at least three years, and preferably five years, of experience in private equity investing, although the consultancy declined to set a minimum asset under management figure for applicants.The search also said it would prefer non-benchmark-orientated approaches.Interested parties have until 27 June to apply, stating performance, net of fees, to the end of March.The IPE.com news team is unable to answer any further questions about IPE-Quest tender notices to protect the interests of clients conducting the search. To obtain information direct from IPE-Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 7261 4630 or email [email protected]last_img read more

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Italy police arrest cardiologists

first_imgHealthInternationalLifestylePrint Italy police arrest cardiologists by: – November 9, 2012 14 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Share The detained doctors are accused of malpractice and corruptionPolice in Italy have arrested nine cardiologists over allegations that they carried out unauthorised experimental treatments on patients.All the doctors arrested are linked to the Policlinico hospital in Modena. The doctors are also accused of corruption and embezzlement. The police told local media that they had seized around 1m euros ($1.2m; £0.8m).The police say their ongoing inquiry also includes an investigation into two suspicious deaths at the hospital. One of the doctors has been put in jail while the others are under house arrest.Investigators “uncovered a well-oiled organisation made up of cardiologists and representatives from companies supplying medical equipment, implicated in corrupt business affairs”, a police statement said, according to the AFP news agency.The investigation has also involved 12 firms, six of them foreign, that supply medical equipment. They have been barred from working with the state health service while the inquiry continues.The investigation began after a consumer protection group started to receive anonymous tip-offs about alleged irregularities at the hospital, the BBC’s Alan Johnston in Rome reports. The authorities seem to have become increasingly concerned as they scrutinised both the medical and financial practices there, our correspondent adds.“[The investigation] reveals – if the serious accusations are confirmed – that a number of professionals are sadly not playing by the rules,” Health Minister Renato Balduzzi said, according to the Associated Press news agency.BBC Newscenter_img Share Share Tweetlast_img read more

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