Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Navy Lynx Mk8 tests Sea Venom/ANL missile View post tag: Sea Venom View post tag: Royal Navy Share this article A Royal Navy Lynx Mk 8 helicopter recently performed air carriage and jettison trials of the MBDA-made Sea Venom/ANL anti-ship missile.According to the missile manufacturer, the trials proved that the missile can be integrated onto the Lynx and Super Lynx helicopters.Sea Venom/ANL has been developed to deliver an enhanced capability to replace existing and legacy systems such as the UK-developed Sea Skua and the French-developed AS15TT anti-ship missiles.Working together through the Defence Growth Partnership (DGP) initiative, the trials were conducted by MBDA, the UK Defence Solutions Centre (DSC), the Royal Navy and QinetiQ.The trials were undertaken in March at the Larkhill Range at Boscombe Down, and saw a Royal Navy Lynx Mk8 successfully conduct a series of air carriage trials prior to jettisoning two Sea Venom missiles fitted with telemetry kits.The 100 kg-class Sea Venom missile is one of the products of France and the United Kingdom’s collaboration on missile technologies. In UK service the missile is planned to be used from the AW159 Wildcat helicopter, while in France the DGA (Direction générale de l’armement – the French defence procurement agency) is currently conducting the development flight campaign for the missile on a Panther test bed helicopter.Sea Venom is a primarily anti-ship missile designed to destroy vessels ranging from FIAC (Fast Inshore Attack Craft), through medium sized FAC (Fast Attack Craft) up to large vessels such as Corvettes from safe stand-off ranges.According to MBDA, this missile also has a surface attack capability against coastal and land targets. Unlike legacy semi-active radar guided missiles, Sea Venom uses an imaging infrared seeker that offers ‘fire-and-forget’ capabilities in even the most complex littoral environments. Authorities View post tag: Lynx April 10, 2017 Royal Navy Lynx Mk8 tests Sea Venom/ANL missile View post tag: MBDA
On the Town Jay Armstrong Johnson View Comments Related Shows The production will feature scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, lighting design by Jason Lyons, costume design by Jess Goldstein and sound design by Kai Harada. Megan Fairchild, Alysha Umphress and Elizabeth Stanley will join the previously announced Tony Yazbeck, Jay Armstrong Johnson and Clyde Alveshave in On the Town. Directed by John Rando and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse, the Broadway revival will begin performances at the Lyric Theatre (formerly the Foxwoods) on September 20 with opening night set for October 16. Fairchild, a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet, will make her Broadway debut as Ivy Smith. Umphress (American Idiot) will play Hildy and Stanley (Company) will appear as Claire. Both Umphress and Stanley will be reprising their performances from last summer’s acclaimed Barrington Stage production of the tuner, where Deanna Doyle played the role of Ivy. Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 6, 2015 First seen on Broadway in 1944, On the Town follows the adventures of three sailors on leave in New York City. Based on the ballet Fancy Free by Jerome Robbins, the musical features music by Leonard Bernstein and book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Toe-tapping hits from the show include “New York, New York,” “I Can Cook Too,” “Lonely Town” and “Some Other Time.” Star Files Tony Yazbeck
Gold Coast property markets are continuing to rise.HOMEOWNERS are getting more for the sale of their Gold Coast properties than they were a year ago as house and unit values continue to climb.A new CoreLogic report shows the Glitter Strip recorded the second highest property value growth across regional Queensland in the last financial year.The Sunshine Coast was the most solid performer, recording the biggest jump in median house prices at 6.9 per cent to $605,771 followed by the Gold Coast at 4.8 per cent to $642,243, then Wide Bay (2.2 per cent) and Cairns (2 per cent).In the unit market, the Sunshine Coast once again enjoyed the strongest increase in median values at 4.6 per cent to $425,249 followed closely by the Gold Coast at 4 per cent to $415,971 and Wide Bay at 0.6 per cent.CoreLogic analyst Cameron Kusher said coastal and tourism markets in Queensland were the areas performing reasonably well.“Generally speaking, in terms of the regional areas overall, they are the strongest performers, the coastal and lifestyle markets,” he said.“Where as the markets linked to the mining and resources sector probably aren’t as bad as they were in terms of the housing market performance but they are still not really bouncing back yet.’’NEW ERA FOR GOLD COAST APARTMENT MARKETThe report found the only region in Queensland to see an increase in transaction numbers during the year to May 2018 was the Wide Bay region, where sales levels increased by 5.4 per cent.The number of homes selling on the Gold Coast has fallen 12 per cent compared to last year while current sales volumes were 8 per cent lower than the region’s five year average.REIQ director John Newlands said stricter lending criteria with banks was partly to blame for the drop in the number of sales.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“It may have some sort of impact on it but the winter months are always a slow time of year as well,” he said.However, on the ground, he said the market was performing well and believed sales would pick.TOP SALES ON GOLD COAST“I think one of the biggest drivers now for the Gold Coast is that the population will continue to grow,” he said.Ray White Broadbeach – Mermaid Waters principal Mitch Palmer attributed the drop in sales to the fact that there were less “opportunistic sellers” listing their properties on the market.“When the market is very strong and in a booming stage … you get those opportunistic sellers,” he said.“Now that it’s returning more to a balanced rate, it’s the lifestyle factors that are influencing (moves).”Those factors included growing families and moving to a different job or school.
Facebook Twitter Google+ FORT DRUM, N.Y. — Corey Cooper announced his transfer from Syracuse on Instragram on Wednesday night, and SU head coach Scott Shafer addressed Cooper after the team’s scrimmage at Fort Drum on Thursday. Shafer said that Cooper mostly wanted to transfer to be near his hometown of Raleigh, N.C.The freshman H-back has been enrolled at Syracuse since January, but had not been in Fort Drum this week due to an upper-body injury.“It’s been a tough deal for him,” Shafer said. “We had a heart-to-heart, in fact we were texting back and forth this morning. He has some good options that he’s looking at down there. He’s a home body and he misses being close to his family.”Shafer said that Cooper will be restricted from transferring to another Atlantic Coast Conference school.Enoicy’s injury may not cost freshman receiver too much timeAdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU Athletics announced Tuesday that Adly Enoicy will undergo surgery for a lower-body injury, and Shafer said his recovery time might be less than a few weeks.He said that the injury is due to cartilage that wasn’t treated in high school and got exacerbated.“I think it’s gonna be pretty quick,” Shafer said. “I hate to put a timetable on it but I’ve seen guys get back in under a couple of weeks there.” Comments Published on August 14, 2014 at 9:51 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3