L’ouverture du score de Hamza Lahmar sur CF direct. #TUNOUG #Tunisie ?? pic.twitter.com/1w9ndJMHOT— Tunisie Football (@tunisiefootball) January 4, 2017 8 January 2017FriendlySlovakia –Uganda Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 17 January 20172017 AFCONGhana – UgandaPort-Gentil, Gabon 11 January 2017FriendlyIvory Coast –Uganda Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 4 January 2017FriendlyTunisia –Uganda Tunis, Tunisia Cranes coach Micho has named his sideToday’s RESULT:Tunisia 2 Uganda 0Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevich has named his final 23 for the African Cup of Nations, dropping home based players, goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan (KCCA), midfielder Mutyaba Muzamir (KCCA) and striker Edrisa Lubega (Proline)Micho named Uganda’s team to travel to Gabon after a 2-0 loss in a key international friendly against Tunisia today.It is this final team that will fly out to Dubai to take on Slovakia and Ivory Coast, before the Nations Cup kicks off January 14. The three dropped players return home.FINAL TEAM:Goalkeepers: Salim Magoola Jamal (Al Merrikh/SUD), Robert Odongkara (Saint George/ETH), Denis Onyango (Mamelodi Sundowns/RSA)Defenders: Timothy Awany, Joseph Ochaya (both KCCA), Shafiq Batambuze (Tusker/KEN), Denis Iguma (Al Ahed/LIB), Isaac Isinde (clubless), Murushid Juuko (Simba/TAN), Nicholas Wadada (Vipers)Midfielders: Khalid Aucho (Baroka/RSA), Mike Azira (Colorado Rapids/USA), Geoffrey Kizito (Than Quang Ninh/VIE), William Kizito (Rio Ave/POR), Tony Mawejje (Thotur/ISL), Hassan Wasswa (Vipers), Moses Oloya (Hanoi T and T/VIE), Godfrey Walusimbi (Gor Mahia/KEN)Strikers: Geoffrey Massa (Baroka/RSA), Faruku Miya (Standard Liege/BEL), Yunus Sentamu (Ilves/FIN), Geofrey Sserunkuma (KCCA), Muhammed Shaban (Onduparaka).Coach: Milutin Sredojevic (SRB)****Today’s RESULT: Tunisia 2 Uganda 0Venue: El Menzha Olympic Stadium, TunisiaUganda Cranes Starting XI19-Salim Jamal, 12-Iguma Denis, 22-Batambuze Shafik, 16-Wasswa Hassan, 05-Isaac Isinde, 03-Kizitto Geoffrey, 06- Tonny Mawejje, 23- Mike Azira, 11- Massa Geoffrey, 07- Sentamu Yunus, 09-Lubega EdirisaSubstitutes: Benjamin Ochan, Godfrey Walusimbi, Timothy Dennis Awany, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Shaban Muhammad, Faruku Miya“The match against Tunisia is purely a selection match where I will field a team to help us assess who should make it into the final 23 man squad,” he told the federation’s website www.fufa.co.ug.“The boys have shown determination to do well in this continental assignment and I want to call on Ugandans to rally behind the Cranes as this game is one of them. And the journey starts tomorrow” Micho said Tuesday.No gift&award but earn&deserve Football is not played in bush to hide but on field to be seen as 11+6UGplayers today fight place for AFCON23— MICHOcoach (@michocoach) January 4, 2017 ****[email protected] on: WhatsApp Tweets about @OfficialFUFA Tunisia are among the Africa Cup of Nations Finals favourites and Uganda Cranes’ performance against them will be an indicator of what to expect when the continental football event starts January 14.St George goalkeeper Robert Odongokara joined the team from Ethiopia on Tuesday afternoon and will be follwed by William Luwagga Kizito, who plays for Clube De Rio Ave in the Portuguese Premier League and Denis Onyango, who is in Nigeria for the GLO CAF player of the year awards. 21 January 20172017 AFCONEgypt – UgandaPort-Gentil, Gabon 25 January 20172017 AFCONUganda – MaliOyem, Gabon Le but du 2-0 signé Med Ali Yaacoubi de la tête. #TUNOUG #Tunisie ?? pic.twitter.com/rDrwWPF4Gc— Tunisie Football (@tunisiefootball) January 4, 2017
The Mount Sentinel Wildcats rebounded from a heartbreaking semi final loss to hammer the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks 70-50 in the Consolation final at the Cats High School Boy’s Basketball Tournament Saturday in South Slocan.Prince Charles Comets of Creston won the tournament by dumping Grand Forks Wolves 84-33.The Comets, defeating the Hawks in the semi final, ran away with the game in the first quarter. Prince Charles combined a full-court press with an up-tempo offence to build a 24-4 lead after 10 minutes.Grand Forks, a team missing one if its starters injured in the semi final win over Mount Sentinel, had no answers for the Comets. The Cats rode the strong performance of Johnny Johnson, who scored a game high 21 points, to victory in the consolation final.Mount Sentinel also employed a pressing defence that rattled the Hawks.The Cats, opening with easy win over Nakusp, struggled in the morning contest against Grand Forks.Mount Sentinel missed several easy shots allowing the Wolves to regroup.The game was tied with four seconds remaining and Grand Forks at the free throw line.The Grand Forks player scored one of two free throws.Mount Sentinel grabbed the rebound off the second shot, went the length of the floor before missing a layup that would have given the host team the win.Johnson led the Cats in the semi final, finishing with 19 points.
The Nelson U16 Selects girls picked up where they left off in July and captured gold at the annual Little Bear Tournament in Revelstoke over the weekend.The U16s — who captured the Provincial B Cup Championship in Penticton in early summer — went 3-0-1 in the first tournament since the summer break to secure the top spot.“Our entire line-up played very well, it was enjoyable to watch,” says U16 Selects head coach Paul Burkart.“What made this title particularly impressive is that we were playing in the U18 division so most of the teams were older than us. That didn’t stop our girls as they were in control with their ball movement and played really solid defence all weekend and showed once again that they are champions.”The tournament started on Saturday morning with a contest against the Calgary Villains U16 squad. Two minutes into the game, Nelson midfielder Emily Taylor shot a laser into the top corner for the 1-0 lead. The game was evenly played for the rest of the first half.Twelve minutes into the second half, Maya Ida took a nice through pass from Taylor and deposited it into the Calgary goal for a 2-0 lead. Four minutes after that Nelson mid-fielder Shianne Michalchuk picked up a loose ball in front and dangled her way past a couple of Villain defenders making the score 3-0. Calgary got one back late in the second half, but it wasn’t enough as Nelson started the tournament with a 3-1 win.In a hard fought second game against the Airdire FC U17 team produced a 1-1 draw which the Alberta club was lucky to escape with. Lucy Fox scored the lone goal for Nelson. “It’s always a concern after a few weeks off for summer break that the girls would come out flat,” says Burkart.“Although we started a little flat against the Calgary squad, the girls picked it up in the second game against a very strong team from Airdrie. We played very well, controlled the majority of the play and created a lot of scoring opportunities but had a hard time finishing. We were a bit disappointed not picking up a win in this one.”Sunday morning, the Selects faced a much bigger Cochrane Wolves U18 team, but again got off to a quick start when Shane Panko Dool took a nice pass from Fox and gave her team a 1-0 lead just over two minutes in.In a hard fought game, the Wolves came back to tie the game midway through the second, but Nelson quickly responded when Mattea Lorenzo pounced on a Jodi Surina rebound to give the Selects a 2-1 lead.Another fine pass from Fox, this time to Michalchuk gave the Selects a 3-1 advantage. A huge diving save late in the game by Nelson keeper Hanna Quinn preserved the second victory of the tournament.Needing to score three goals and win the final game to lock up the gold, the Selects were matched against rival Kootenay South U17s.In a spirited match, Nelson finally got on the board when Panko Dool scored off a header that was fed through by Surina. Three minutes after that, Ruby Seright was fouled in the box and Grace Dehnel was successful on the penalty kick to give Nelson the 2-0 lead heading into the half.Kootenay South scored early in the second half on a rebound and then tied the score 22 minutes into the half on a penalty kick to tie the score. But one minute after that, Taylor fired another shot over the Kootenay South keeper to regain the lead for Nelson. Michalchuk salted the game away late in the game to make the final 4-2.“Although the girls had two months off and looked a bit rusty at times, they played some real top notch soccer against very good, older girls,” says Burkart.“Their hard working, physical play is what won them the provincials and again won them gold this weekend.”The U16 Selects next action is this coming weekend when they take part in the annual Kootenay South Eye Of The Storm Tournament in Castlegar/Trail.
FAMILY VALUES AT STAKE FOR COLONEL JOANTRUJILLO OFF TO HOT START AT SANTA ANITAGLORY, GLORY, GLORY HALLELUJAH, ET AL Mike Puype2022310%$103,890 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Martin Pedroza4065515%$211,210 Carla Gaines1432021%$175,155 Flavien Prat1931316%$102,260 George Papaprodromou1022220%$72,670 Joseph Talamo5259610%$402,788 J. Eric Kruljac821025%$73,170 Elvis Trujillo4884417%$431,088 Jack Carava921022%$32,580 A. C. Avila720029%$30,210 Rafael Bejarano531310525%$627,396 Mike Smith3565617%$527,891 Corey Nakatani2963421%$293,286 Richard Mandella1022120%$82,370 Michael Pender932033%$100,290 Gary Stevens1854228%$236,130 Mark Casse2143319%$287,150 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Jerry Hollendorfer3485524%$743,042 (Current Through Saturday, Jan. 10) Kent Desormeaux4084620%$461,508 Peter Miller3476421%$464,796 Victor Espinoza3868316%$451,160 ELVIS IS ‘IN THE BUILDING’ AND HAVING SOLID MEETTom Knust has heard the lines about how “Elvis has left the building” umpteen times.The agent who represents jockey Elvis Trujillo is used to it, same as he’s becoming accustomed to the 30-year-old Panamanian making a mark for himself on the highly competitive Southern California circuit, finishing high in the standings at every meet since the two paired up a couple years ago.Trujillo (yes, his mother named him after The King) scored his second stakes win of the 11-day old meet Saturday when he rode Calculator to an impressive victory in the Grade III Sham Stakes for 3-year-olds at one mile. This could be his Derby horse.“He’s got a good combination,” Knust said: “A very sound work ethic and talent as a rider. Put those two things together and you’re going to be successful here.“He rides for Jerry Hollendorfer, Peter Miller and Doug O’Neill, but we also win races for smaller stables, like Bobby Wayne Grayson, Jorge Periban and Rafael Becerra. We’re riding for some good people and we’re very happy with where we’re at right now.”Miller echoed Knust’s sentiments after Trujillo rode 3-5 favorite Calculator to his maiden victory in the Sham, overcoming the risk of a wide trip throughout to score by 4 ¼ lengths.The Equibase chart read: “CALCULATOR five wide into the first turn, stalked outside foes on the backstretch, bid three deep leaving the second turn to gain the lead and won clear under urging.”Added Miller, who also saddled Rock Shandy to finish second and St. Joe Bay to finish fourth in the Sham: “I was very concerned with where Calculator was on the first turn, because it looked like five or six of them were sending, and I said, ‘Oh, no. We’re going to be 10-wide.’“But Elvis saw the same thing and he adjusted and brought the horse back into maybe the three or four path. We had a wide trip, but there’s less trouble out wide.”Through Saturday, Trujillo was tied for second in Santa Anita’s standings with eight victories, five behind perennial leader Rafael Bejarano.GLORY A POPULAR NAME IN THOROUGHBRED RACINGGlory, ridden by 2014 Eclipse Award apprentice jockey finalist Drayden Van Dyke and trained by Hall of Famer Jerry Hollendorfer, won a six furlong maiden race Saturday by two lengths in her second career start. Rick Porter (Fox Hill Farms), who raced 2011 Horse of the Year Havre de Grace, owns Glory, a 3-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of premier sire Tapit.“I figured Glory is a name that surely must have been used before, probably many times, in Thoroughbred racing,” said Jon White, who makes Santa Anita’s morning line and provides pre-race television commentary each race for the track’s simulcast network. “So I checked it out at equibase.com and found they have six Thoroughbreds named Glory listed.“In addition to the Glory who won Saturday, Equibase lists a filly named Glory by the sire Knight foaled in 1993. She never raced. There was another filly named Glory by Coastal foaled in 1983. That filly won once, a maiden race at Philadelphia Park in 1986. That’s filly’s sire, Coastal, won the 1979 Belmont Stakes, with Spectacular Bid having to settle for third when he was attempting to sweep the Triple Crown.“Equibase also has Thoroughbreds named Glory foaled in 2004 in Peru, 1986 in France, and 1978 in Argentina.“I also checked brisnet.com. Brisnet has three more Thoroughbreds named Glory foaled in the United States in 1886, 1922 and 1945. The 1945 foal, a filly by the great sire Bull Lea, was bred by famed Calumet Farm.”White said that he then also checked pedigreequery.com and found four more Thoroughbreds named Glory in Great Britain (foaled in 1919, 1941, 1958 and 1982), two more in Australia (1900 and 2005) and one more each in Argentina (1962), Barbados (1957), Brazil (1958), Chile (1939), Cyprus (1997), France (1910), Germany (1986), Ireland (2002), Italy (1985), Japan (1958), Russia (1900) and Yugoslavia (1999).In all, White found 27 Thorougbreds worldwide named Glory through the years. Neil Drysdale1721312%$140,470 Bob Baffert252548%$319,758 Mark Glatt1953326%$162,776 Doug O’Neill332336%$146,930 FINISH LINES: Should Nick Cafarchia win today’s sixth race with Italian Mirage, it would mark his 100th career win as an owner . . . Agent Brad Pegram reports that Mike Smith rides Top Decile for trainer Al Stahl Jr. in the $125,000 Silverbulletday Stakes at a mile and 70 yards at the Fair Grounds this Saturday. Top Decile was second by a half-length in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Nov. 1 to Take Charge Brandi, favored to win an Eclipse Award as Outstanding 2-year-old filly of 2014 when honors are announced, also this Saturday . . . Salvador Iniguez has been banned three days (Jan. 15, 16 and 17) for causing interference board Rock N Bunny in Thursday’s sixth race . . . Veteran jockey Agapito Delgadillo, back from a vacation in Mexico, is expected to resume riding at Santa Anita Friday. He will be represented by agent Joe Griffin, who also has Tiago Pereira . . . Fans can “buck up” on bargain day at Santa Anita next Monday, Jan. 19, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It will be another popular Dollar Day. On-track attendees can enjoy draft beers, hot dogs and sodas for a dollar each. Tyler Baze64821113%$440,908 John Sadler262478%$180,668 Eddie Truman320167%$67,080 Drayden Van Dyke534588%$275,296 COLONEL JOAN TRIES DIRT IN GRADE II LA CANADAColonel Joan makes her first stakes start on dirt when she runs in next Saturday’s Grade II La Canada Stakes for 4-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles.Eoin Harty feels she’ll give a good account of herself.“She works well on the main track,” the trainer said. “I see no reason she won’t be able to handle it . . . she’s by Colonel John and he’s a multiple Grade I winner on the dirt.”Six of Colonel Joan’s 11 career starts have come on turf, including a third-place finish at 37-1 in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf in November 2013.Harty trained Colonel John to win the 2008 Santa Anita Derby. Colonel Joan, a bay filly bred in Kentucky by Phil Owens, is owned by Eoin’s wife, Kathy, and Mark DeDomenico.“My mother-in-law’s name is Joan, so instead of Colonel John, we named the filly after her,” Harty said. “She’s thrilled.”No more so than Eoin and Kathy would be should Colonel Joan win the La Canada. Robertino Diodoro1021120%$35,860 Jeff Bonde1020220%$102,540 Philip D’Amato1523213%$99,960 Steven Miyadi923022%$62,280 Hector Palma721029%$37,460 Peter Eurton2152324%$243,880 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won -30-
“I previously lived and worked in Hay River [in the Northwest Territories], have dogsledded in the Yukon, and guided canoe trips in all three territories,” says Dr. Wilkie. “I have personally and professionally seen the impacts of frostbite and related exposure injuries.” FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Residents of the region will soon receive a new way of treatment for frostbite thanks to a Dr. Jamie Wilkie.During Dr. Wilkie’s residency in Fort. St. John, he addressed a need for a better plan in dealing with frostbite in patients and recognized the use of a drug called iloprost can help by decreasing the number of amputations due to severe frostbite.“The literature for the use of iloprost in severe frostbite shows a significant decrease in the need for amputations,” says Dr. Wilkie. “The goal of this project is to improve access to the best evidence-based treatments for severe frostbite in Northern BC.”- Advertisement -Dr. Wilkie, a recent graduate of the UBC Family Medicine residency program, chose the subject matter for his resident scholar project on the treatment of frostbite. By collaborating with Jessica Brecknock, Regional Medication Use Management Pharmacist, and Kendra Clary, Med Systems Pharmacy Technician, created a prepackaged treatment plan (order set) for use of the drug iloprost in severe frostbite cases.According to Northern Health, they approved this protocol, and it will be available for use this winter. Dr. Wilkie believes this is the first frostbite order set for iloprost in BC.Dr. Wilkie moved to Fort St. John in June 2017 and is said to be enjoying the North and all the outdoor opportunities that are available.Advertisement
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Crime-prevention foundation Shout South Africa will feature on the next instalment of Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part TV series, to air on Sunday 17 August on SABC2 at 9pm.After South African reggae artist Lucky Dube was gunned down in 2007, local musicians Danny K and Kabelo Mabelane decided to release a single to help fund crime-fighting projects in the country.The single they chose was “Shout” by British band Tears for Fears, from the 1984 album Songs from the Big Chair. Songwriters Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith described it as “an encouragement to protest”, a song about “the way the public accepts any old grief which is thrown at them”. The lyrics are relevant to crime in South Africa. Watch the “Shout” music video:Watch a 2010 ZA News insert featuring puppets Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela supporting Shout:Watch Shout South Africa’s “You’re the Voice”:
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio is the state of have and have nots when it comes to rain. Scattered areas of very heavy rain next to limited rain occurred over the last week. Rainfall over Ohio the last week ranged from less than 0.10 inches to over 5 inches. Most places experienced 0.50 to 2 inches.The outlook for the next seven to 10 days calls for below normal rainfall. Rainfall through July 6 across Ohio will generally be under 0.25 inches so things will be drying out in a hurry into the 4th of July holiday.The last week of June will see near normal temperatures and rainfall generally under 0.25 inches except isolated high totals.The first week of July will see above normal temperatures returnwith a heat dome building to the west again. Around this heat dome will be disturbances which brings the risk of storms and localized heavy rain back to the state of Ohio between July 7 to 13.Overall, July is forecast to be warmer and drier than normal. However, extreme maximum temperatures above 95 will also be limited which is good news. Pockets of heavy rain will occur into July but the overall patterns favors slightly drier than normal conditions.You can see all the latest NOAA information for the region at: http://w2.weather.gov/ohrfc/DroughtBriefing
Image via ShutterstockOperational LimitationsUnmanned aircraft must weigh less than 55 lbs. (25 kg).Visual line-of-sight (VLOS) only; the unmanned aircraft must remain within VLOS of the remote pilot in command and the person manipulating the flight controls of the small UAS. Alternatively, the unmanned aircraft must remain within VLOS of the visual observer.At all times the small unmanned aircraft must remain close enough to the remote pilot in command and the person manipulating the flight controls of the small UAS for those people to be capable of seeing the aircraft with vision unaided by any device other than corrective lenses.Small unmanned aircraft may not operate over any persons not directly participating in the operation, not under a covered structure, and not inside a covered stationary vehicle.Daylight-only operations, or civil twilight (30 minutes before official sunrise to 30 minutes after official sunset, local time) with appropriate anti-collision lighting.Must yield right of way to other aircraft.May use visual observer (VO) but not required.First-person view camera cannot satisfy “see-and-avoid” requirement but can be used as long as requirement is satisfied in other ways.Maximum groundspeed of 100 mph (87 knots).Maximum altitude of 400 feet above ground level (AGL) or, if higher than 400 feet AGL, remain within 400 feet of a structure.Minimum weather visibility of 3 miles from control station.Operations in Class B, C, D and E airspace are allowed with the required ATC permission.Operations in Class G airspace are allowed without ATC permission.No person may act as a remote pilot in command or VO for more than one unmanned aircraft operation at one time.No operations from a moving aircraft.No operations from a moving vehicle unless the operation is over a sparsely populated area.No careless or reckless operations.No carriage of hazardous materialsRequires preflight inspection by the remote pilot in command.A person may not operate a small unmanned aircraft if he or she knows or has reason to know of any physical or mental condition that would interfere with the safe operation of a small UAS.Foreign-registered small unmanned aircraft are allowed to operate under part 107 if they satisfy the requirements of part 375.External load operations are allowed if the object being carried by the unmanned aircraft is securely attached and does not adversely affect the flight characteristics or controllability of the aircraft.Transportation of property for compensation or hire allowed, provided that the aircraft, including its attached systems, payload and cargo weigh less than 55 pounds total; The flight is conducted within visual line of sight and not from a moving vehicle or aircraft; The flight occurs wholly within the bounds of a State and does not involve transport between (1) Hawaii and another place in Hawaii through airspace outside Hawaii; (2) the District of Columbia and another place in the District of Columbia; or (3) a territory or possession of the United States and another place in the same territory or possession.Most of the restrictions discussed above are waivable if the applicant demonstrates that his or her operation can safely be conducted under the terms of a certificate of waiver.How will this announcement affect you? How do feel about this new set of rules and regulations? Sound off in the comments below. The Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration announce major changes to drone regulation, including commercial use of aerial footage.Top image via ShutterstockThe DOT and FAA announced the routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems in the United States.We are part of a new era in aviation, and the potential for unmanned aircraft will make it safer and easier to do certain jobs, gather information, and deploy disaster relief. We look forward to working with the aviation community to support innovation, while maintaining our standards as the safest and most complex airspace in the world. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony FoxxThe new rule takes effect in late August. It allows the use of unmanned aircraft weighing less than 55 pounds for non-hobbyist operations. In layman’s terms — you can now shoot aerial footage for commercial video production projects. The FAA will offer a waiver for operations, requiring pilots to keep unmanned aircraft within visual line of sight, operated only during daylight hours. Twilight hours if the drone has anti-collision lights.With this new rule, we are taking a careful and deliberate approach that balances the need to deploy this new technology with the FAA’s mission to protect public safety. But this is just our first step. We’re already working on additional rules that will expand the range of operations. – FAA Administrator Michael HuertaImage via ShutterstockUnder the final rule, the person actually flying a drone must be at least 16 years old and have a remote pilot certificate with a small UAS rating or be directly supervised by someone with such a certificate. To qualify for a remote pilot certificate, an individual must pass an initial aeronautical knowledge test at an FAA-approved knowledge testing center. The TSA will conduct a security background check of all remote pilot applications prior to issuance of a certificate.Operators are responsible for ensuring a drone is safe before flying, but the FAA is not requiring small UAS to comply with current agency airworthiness standards or aircraft certification. Instead, the remote pilot will simply have to perform a preflight visual and operational check of the small UAS to ensure that safety-pertinent systems are functioning property. This includes checking the communications link between the control station and the UAS.SMALL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT RULE (PART 107)Here are the major highlights of the new regulations.Image via ShutterstockRemote Pilot in Command Certification and ResponsibilitiesThose wishing to fly commercially will need a pilot certificate, which will be issued by the FAA in the coming months. The certificate will establish a remote pilot in command position.To qualify for a remote pilot certificate, a person must:Pass an initial aeronautical knowledge test at an FAA-approved knowledge testing center-or- Hold a part 61 pilot certificate other than student pilot, complete a flight review within the previous 24 months, and complete a small UAS online training course provided by the FAA.Be vetted by the Transportation Security Administration.Be at least 16 years old.The FAA anticipates that it will be able to issue a temporary remote pilot certificate within ten business days after receiving a completed remote pilot certificate application.A remote pilot in command must:Make available to the FAA, upon request, the small UAS for inspection or testing, plus any associated documents/records required to be kept under the rule.Report to the FAA within ten days of any operation that results in at least serious injury, loss of consciousness, or property damage of at least $500.Conduct a preflight inspection, to include specific aircraft and control station systems checks, to ensure the small UAS is in a condition for safe operation.Ensure that the small unmanned aircraft complies with the existing registration requirements specified in § 91.203(a)(2). A remote pilot in command may deviate from the requirements of this rule in response to an in-flight emergency
Crystal Palace launch bid for Everton striker Niasseby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCrystal Palace have launched a bid for Everton striker Oumar Niasse.The Sun says Palace have made a £6.5million bid for Niasse.Eagles boss Roy Hodgson has turned to the 28-year-old Senegalese international after a loan deal for Liverpool’s Dominic Solanke fell through.Hodgson is desperate for another striker to boost his team’s fight for Premier League survival.And he believes Niasse can supply the goal power he needs while record signing Christian Benteke continues to recover from knee surgery.Everton boss Marco Silva will not stand in the way of a player who has not started a single Premier League game this season or scored since last May. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say