View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy View post tag: NAVSEA View post tag: Naval View post tag: usa Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: BIRNS Receives NAVSEA S9320-AM-PRO-020 Certificate Industry news BIRNS, Inc.’s world-class molding facility is now NAVSEA S9320-AM-PRO-020 certified. The US Navy’s Submarine Maintenance Engineering, Planning and Procurement (SUBMEPP) department recently awarded the certification to BIRNS for Molding and Inspection Procedures for Fabricating Connector Plugs for Submarine Outboard Cables. An ISO 9001:2008 certified global leader in the design and manufacturing of unique lines of high performance connectors, custom cable assemblies, penetrators and lights, BIRNS is proud to receive the coveted Navy qualification—making it one of only seven such commercial organizations in the country. As a result, BIRNS is now an approved vendor to fabricate, mold and inspect outboard cable assemblies and components for the Navy.This certification was granted after an extensive audit by Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) personnel, during which the BIRNS cable assembly, termination and quality assurance teams demonstrated absolute adherence to the exacting procedure of the NAVSEA Technical Manual. “We are very proud that the BIRNS molding facility received PRO-020 status,” sayrs Eric Bins, President and CEO. “We’ve been serving the US Navy for more than 50 consecutive years with subsea lighting solutions and extreme depth connectors and cable assemblies, and this certification is a key component of our continued, growing military partnerships.”About BIRNS, Inc.Founded in 1954, BIRNS, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified global leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance lighting and connector systems for deep ocean, marine, military and nuclear power applications.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , January 18, 2012; Image: Birns View post tag: Certificate USA: BIRNS Receives NAVSEA S9320-AM-PRO-020 Certificate View post tag: S9320-AM-PRO-020 View post tag: receives January 18, 2012 View post tag: BIRNS Share this article
In a press conference, Coral Gables Police Chief Ed Hudak stated that at least one bullet hit Coral Gables City Hall. Police found the suspects driving northbound on the Turnpike in a UPS delivery truck they had carjacked, and a high-speed chase began. The suspects were holding the UPS driver hostage.A Miami television station reports that the chase ended in gunfire on Miramar Parkway, just west of Flamingo Road. Aerial video showed the suspects and police exchanging gunfire.According to Hudak, multiple agencies are investigating the incident. Police have not confirmed who was killed in the officer-involved shooting. A police chase following an armed robbery ended in gunfire late Thursday afternoon in Miami, according to reports.Miramar police stated there were “multiple fatalities” as a result of the robbery, but none of them were law enforcement.Coral Gables police responded to a shooting at Regent Jewelers at 386 Miracle Mile after receiving a silent holdup call from the store at 4:17 p.m. Two people reportedly robbed the store.
Authorities say that the Amber Alert issued on Monday after a video showed the kidnapping of a 16-year-old girl in The Bronx was staged.The teenager, Karol Sanchez, was out with her mother when two men grabbed and dragged her into a car. Sanchez was found on Tuesday after she walked to the address that her and her mother were going to Monday night.Sources say the teenager, Karol Sanchez, knew at least one of the people involved in the kidnapping. She was brought into questioning by police No further details have been provided.850 WFTL will keep you updated as the story develops.
A 35-year-old paramedic from North Carolina has been accused of poisoning his wife with prescription eye drops in order to collect on her $250,000 life insurance policy.Joshua Hunsucker appeared in court Friday on a first-degree murder charge after the life insurance company launched an investigation into his wife’s untimely death.Hunsucker’s wife Stacy Hunsucker, was said to have passed away in the hospital in September of 2018 after suffering a medical emergency at their home.Medical examiners later discovered that Stacy had high levels of tetrahydrozoline “an active ingredient in a certain eye drop medicine” in her system at the time of her death, according to prosecutor Jordan Green with the North Carolina Department of Insurance.A toxicologist and cardiologist additionally reported that if used in high doses and in a short time span, the medication could cause heart stoppage or heart failure according to Green.Green told the prosecution that authorities have already ruled out the possibility that Stacy committed suicide and stated that investigators believe Joshua poisoned his wife with the drops, despite not going into further details on how he would have gotten the medication into her system.Joshua remains at the Gaston County Jail under a $1.5 million bail. If he is able to post bail, a judge has ordered Joshua to be fitted with a GPS monitor.His next court date is scheduled for sometime in January.
Authorities in Delray Beach are currently searching for two male suspects after a group of five women were robbed a gunpoint in the parking garage of a hotel they were staying at.The incident was reported at Aloft Delray Beach on 202 SE 5th Avenue, around 11:00 pm on Saturday.The women told authorities that they were in the hotel parking garage grabbing a few things from their vehicle when they were approached by three men.Two of the men were said to have had guns and demanded their belongings.The three men then took the women’s purses and backpacks and fled the area in a silver BMW driven by a fourth suspect.Authorities were able to track down the BMW which had been reported stolen earlier in the day and arrested two of the suspects.Two other suspects, including one of the suspects who had a gun, are still on the run.If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact the Delray Beach Police Department at 561-243-7800.
A Florida law has come under national scrutiny after a 6-year-old girl was involuntarily committed to a mental health facility after an incident at a Jacksonville elementary school. The student’s mother says her child has special needs and hyperactivity disorder. Teachers called in a mental health expert when the child allegedly started to lash out at them. That expert made the decision to Baker Act the child for 72 hours. School officials say that all the proper protocols were followed, but the child’s mother says her child is not the same after her mental evaluation away from her mother.The Baker Act allows authorities to force a psychiatric evaluation on anyone considered to be a danger to themselves or others, but the girl’s mother says her child’s two-day internment did more harm than good. Manuel Bojorquez spoke to Nadia Falk’s mother about the impact the law had on her daughter.
Hundreds of boaters took to the intracoastal waterway from the Jupiter inlet south past the president’s Palm Beach residence, Mar-a-Lago on Sunday to show their support for President Trump.The president took to twitter to thank them. A Facebook page set up for the event dubbed it the “TRUMP Boat Parade.” It asked boaters participating to fly their “favorite TRUMP flag and USA Flag.”“Don’t miss this event it’s going to be ‘HUGE.’ Lets honor President Trump for all he is doing to ‘Keep America Great!’” the event page also said, referring to the president’s 2016 campaign slogan.Trump thanked the boaters in a tweet later on Sunday and vowed to “never let” them down.
CHARLES ALLIE :05—Over 300 people turned out to celebrate this champion. Wait, correction…275 people came for him and 25 people slipped in for the free food and booze. I am just saying.:04—Olympic Gold medalist and World Champion Kevin “Freight Train” Parker presented the award and yours truly MC’ed the event…Please y’all know.:03—If that wasn’t enough, Sugar Ray Leonard’s brother and his wife were there. Roger “The Dodger” Leonard spoke about getting young Ray started on the road to immortality. Roger Leonard is a motivational speaker and has authored the book, “In The Shadow of a Champion: Pathway to Sobriety.” Great guy, really great guy. And he can dance too.:02—Oh and there’s this…His wife is fine! I’m Just Sayin’! Oh, maybe I shouldn’t have said it here. Oh well, I ain’t scared. It’s not like he’s Sugar Ray. Oops, did it again, huh?!?1:01—House of Soul was there, that’s all you need to know about the good time we had.:00—All in all, here’s to a truly great guy who deserves all he got. Run Buddy, run!!!GAME OVERFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierLike us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hl BILL NEALSpecial Overtime Report: Allie Bumaye…Allie Bumaye…Allie Bumaye!!!:10—Charles “Buddy” Allie is now on the Mount Rushmore of the Masters Track and Field Competition. He was recently recognized and honored as the Masters Division World Male Athlete of the Year…Say What?:09—If that “isn’t” good enough. He received the award in Barcelona, Spain, alongside Usain Bolt, the fastest man on the planet. For you North Side folks that’s a really big deal, try to keep up.:08—Allow me to remind you that he achieved this greatness by winning all those meter races. You know, the 400 meters…the 200 meters…the 100 meters, and all the other meters a 65-year-old man can win.:07—I would name all the other awards he received, but I can’t because I lost the paper he gave me (my bad!) and because I gave you the story a few months ago…If-you-were-paying-attention. Work with me here people!:06—But here’s the real deal. Just when you thought “Buddy” couldn’t give another party like the last one he gave. “Somebody Told You Wrong!” Last week, on the North Side, he laid it out again. It-was-the-par-tay-of-the-year! Even without the motorcycle entrance.