Fitness Gym – Dads Day Off http://dadsdayoff.net/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 23:46:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://dadsdayoff.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Dads-Day-Off-icon-150x150.jpg Fitness Gym – Dads Day Off http://dadsdayoff.net/ 32 32 Intense exercise can suppress appetite https://dadsdayoff.net/intense-exercise-can-suppress-appetite/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 21:35:30 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/intense-exercise-can-suppress-appetite/ Exercising can cure your appetite! Intense exercise can activate molecules that stave off hunger, new study finds Researchers have found that intense exercise can have an appetite suppressant effect They discovered the molecule lac-phe, which appears in the blood after exercise When given to overly obese mice, the molecule causes them to eat less and […]]]>

Exercising can cure your appetite! Intense exercise can activate molecules that stave off hunger, new study finds

  • Researchers have found that intense exercise can have an appetite suppressant effect
  • They discovered the molecule lac-phe, which appears in the blood after exercise
  • When given to overly obese mice, the molecule causes them to eat less and lose weight over a ten-day period
  • The researchers hope that after more research, the molecule could be used at the center of weight loss strategies in the future.

Intense workouts can help cut calories in two different ways, according to a new study that has found that exercise can actually activate molecules in the body that suppress hunger in addition to burning calories.

Researchers at Stanford University in the Bay Areas have discovered what they describe as an “anti-hunger” molecule that reduces the appetite of animals after they exercise.

When isolating the molecule and administering it to an animal, it also helped reduce appetite and overall weight gain.

Researchers hope the molecule could be used centrally in weight loss supplements in the future, and until then weight-conscious people can keep this benefit of exercise in mind when planning a diet. future programs.

Researchers have found that exercise leads to the activation of a molecule called lac-phe, which suppresses appetite and leads to better blood sugar control (file photo)

“We are all generally aware that exercise is beneficial. It’s good for body weight and blood sugar control,’ said Stanford assistant professor of pathology Dr. Jonathan Long in a university outing.

“But we wanted to look at this concept in more detail – we wanted to see if we could dissect exercise in terms of molecules and pathways.”

The researchers, who published their findings last week in nature, first conducted trials on mice to see how they would respond to exercise at the molecular level.

Long, who led the research, began his research with the explicit goal of trying to learn something new about metabolomics – the study of small metabolites in a person’s body.

To do this, they ran a group of mice on a treadmill before measuring the peaks of certain molecules in their blood.

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of molecules activating in the blood all the time, but one caught their attention Lac-Phe, a combination of lactate and phenylalanine.

The researchers then isolated the molecule and gave it to mice with diet-induced obesity to see how it would affect their appetite.

Over the next 12 hours, the induced mice ate 50% less than usual.

Stanford assistant professor of pathology Dr Jonathan Long (pictured) said his team began the research with an interest in finding something, anything, new

Stanford assistant professor of pathology Dr Jonathan Long (pictured) said his team began the research with an interest in finding something, anything, new

After ten days of using the substance, the mice’s total food intake and body weight had dropped.

The mice were also more tolerant to glucose – a sign that the molecule also has effective effects against diabetes.

Long and his team then traveled to the California racetrack to test their findings on larger animals.

They found that racehorses also produce the compound after running. Further examination revealed that humans also generate the molecule.

“We estimate that the lac-phe pathway is responsible for approximately 25% of the anti-obesity effects of exercise,” Long said.

Although the research is still in its early stages and it may still be some time before the molecule is used in weight loss supplements, Long hopes this is the start of groundbreaking research in the field. of weight loss.

It also comes at a necessary time, as America suffers from an obesity crisis. More than half of Americans are overweight, according to official figures, of which more than 40% suffer from obesity.

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Saudi gym operator Fitness Time seeks investment unit in Riyadh https://dadsdayoff.net/saudi-gym-operator-fitness-time-seeks-investment-unit-in-riyadh/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 06:18:56 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/saudi-gym-operator-fitness-time-seeks-investment-unit-in-riyadh/ RIYADH: Any cargo delivery business will feel a bit sinking at the thought of short-term storage, with most warehouse operators insisting on minimum volumes and contracts of at least a few months. Logexa, an online logistics platform launched by Husam Sendi and his co-founders in September 2021, has turned the tide. After earning a degree […]]]>

RIYADH: Any cargo delivery business will feel a bit sinking at the thought of short-term storage, with most warehouse operators insisting on minimum volumes and contracts of at least a few months.

Logexa, an online logistics platform launched by Husam Sendi and his co-founders in September 2021, has turned the tide.

After earning a degree in supply chain logistics from Oregon State University, Husam Sendi cut his teeth in the same industry as a supply chain manager.

The company was born when trouble interfered with Sendi’s first attempt at entrepreneurship.

After earning a degree in supply chain logistics from Oregon State University, he cut his teeth in the same industry as a supply chain manager, first with FMCG distributor Unilever, then with Ohio-based industrial packaging company Greif International.

With that hands-on experience, Sendi launched his first startup in 2013, focusing on repackaging promotional retail items, like a free bowl with a packet of noodles. His biggest client was his ex-employer Unilever, and that contract was canceled when Unilever scaled back operations due to Brexit fallout.

Sendi then moved into consultancy for transport companies and from there expanded into storage services and solutions for its former co-packing clients. However, the company hit the wall when red beetles infected its warehouse.

“I thought it was the end of my business and my career,” Sendi said.

In-store solutions

But never one to say die, he continued to serve his remaining customers through his network of affiliated warehouses. This, in turn, gave him the idea to focus on storage solutions. However, he was reluctant to devote resources to warehousing space or human resources, both of which can rack up crippling overhead when a business heads south.

“But in 2019, I heard about digital transformation,” Sendi said. “I spoke to a few people and explored the idea of ​​digitizing the current manual warehouse process. How about a program that accepts orders, collects payment, and diverts orders to the warehouse ?”

His idea was quickly recognized by prominent startup accelerators: first King Abdulaziz University, with a prize of SR10,000 ($2,665), then the Taqadam program at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. , with a grant of SR525,000.

Sendi’s fledgling startup was bolstered by the addition of Husam Sabano, a former Unilever colleague with a university background in industrial and systems engineering, and Khalid Nagadi, who had a doctorate in industrial engineering and more. a decade of experience in process management. Both joined us as co-founders.

Thus Logexa was born in March 2021, with Sendi as CEO, Sabano as CTO and Khalid Nagadi as COO.

In fact, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Because everyone was confined to their homes, the company avoided the typical start-up costs of hiring office staff.

“I would say we were lucky not to have to mobilize. We were all stuck at home and all work was online,” he said.

Sendi invested the KAUST grant in technology development and branding. The company was based on a simple premise: to aggregate pallet space through links with warehouse operators, through which it can offer temporary storage solutions to any entity that needs it – a business model known as third party logistics.

“We decided to outsource the whole operation, so we don’t have any assets,” Sendi explained.

Rapid progress

Logexa is an on-demand logistics platform. Many storage providers struggle to fill their spaces. But they don’t want to deal with small and medium businesses that involve too much tracking and invoice hunting.

“Many SMEs do not have access to an adequate warehouse because they lack volume. They are also not good at negotiating rates. Even if they do, they will be locked into long-term contracts, which is very expensive.

“We serve people based on their needs – people with overflow issues, small volumes, or small businesses that can’t negotiate deals but need storage solutions at a high level – through our platform. on line. It’s a win-win situation for warehouse operators and our customers,” he said.

Logexa is now active in Jeddah, Dammam, Riyadh, Khamis Mushait, Qassim and Rabigh, seeing steady growth of 30% month-on-month, starting with 24 pallet positions to over 2,700 today.

“We measure our performance on three aspects: the number of pallets we store, revenue and the number of customers,” Sendi added.

The company had sales of $40,000 in March, $30,000 in April and $100,000 in May. In terms of customers, they started with four and now have 75.

The company aims to expand further in terms of services, diversifying into last-mile transportation and delivery, and geographically, with plans to launch in Egypt, Turkey and South Africa, among other territories.

The company’s rapid progress, coupled with its robust business model, has attracted significant investment. Their first funding round, in September 2021, brought in $300,000 from Riyadh’s Seedra Ventures, with an additional $1.3 million committed from an undisclosed source in a second round that will close in June.

Sendi sees Saudi Arabia’s current business climate as ideal for future expansion.

“Logexa gives SMEs and large enterprises access to fast and flexible solutions,” he said. “Saudi Arabia wants to become the logistics hub of the world, and we have a digital solution that will help customers adapt while adding great value to Vision 2030.”

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GW opens student center gym – The GW Hatchet https://dadsdayoff.net/gw-opens-student-center-gym-the-gw-hatchet/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 05:17:37 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/gw-opens-student-center-gym-the-gw-hatchet/ Media Credit: File Photo by Jack Fonseca | senior photographer The Lerner Health and Wellness Center is closed until this fall for HVAC upgrades. Following the temporary closure of the Lerner Health and Wellness Center, officials have compiled on-campus exercise substitutes and off-campus gym discounts for students looking for alternative workout options. Officials announcement in […]]]>

Media Credit: File Photo by Jack Fonseca | senior photographer

The Lerner Health and Wellness Center is closed until this fall for HVAC upgrades.

Following the temporary closure of the Lerner Health and Wellness Center, officials have compiled on-campus exercise substitutes and off-campus gym discounts for students looking for alternative workout options.

Officials announcement in May that the Lerner Health and Wellness Center would be closed for HVAC repairs from May until mid-fall. Lerner manager Andre Julien announced in an email this week a new workout room in the university’s student center with free weights, yoga mats and self-powered rowers as well as discounts for nearby gyms as a replacement for exercise for Lerner.

The workout room, which opened on June 8, only includes “self-powered” workout equipment, according to the email. Exercise machines that require electricity, such as treadmills and stairmasters, are not available.

The email also directs students to Active&Fit, a student membership that provides access to 7,500 gyms for $29 per month. Students must use their college email address to access the discount.

Along with Active & Fit, the email compiles a list of seven gyms in Foggy Bottom and West End that offer college student discounts. It further directs students to a walking and running list routes on the GW website. The email advertises a personal trainer certification course sponsored by Campus Recreation. The course includes a $100 attendance fee and five weekly 2-hour virtual teaching sessions.

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Paradise Leisure Center to host ‘Slice of Summer’ to kick off Father’s Day weekend https://dadsdayoff.net/paradise-leisure-center-to-host-slice-of-summer-to-kick-off-fathers-day-weekend/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 06:50:18 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/paradise-leisure-center-to-host-slice-of-summer-to-kick-off-fathers-day-weekend/ Clark County Commission Chairman Jim Gibson will host “A Slice of Summer” on Friday, June 17, of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Paradise Recreation Center, located at 4775 McLeod Drive near Tropicana Ave. This free event kicks off Father’s Day weekend with free Abuela Tacos food for the first 200 people, bouncy houses, […]]]>

Clark County Commission Chairman Jim Gibson will host “A Slice of Summer” on Friday, June 17, of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Paradise Recreation Center, located at 4775 McLeod Drive near Tropicana Ave.

This free event kicks off Father’s Day weekend with free Abuela Tacos food for the first 200 people, bouncy houses, carnival games, a mechanical bull for ages 13 and up, and fun. ‘Arts and crafts. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Those interested in attending should register at the Paradise Recreation Center or by calling (702) 455-7513.

“I’m not sure there’s a better way to celebrate dads than to be at an event the whole family can enjoy,” President Gibson said. “Paradise Recreation Center is located in a well-established community in District G. I am thrilled that we can host an event like this to kick off the summer and showcase the amenities and activities this facility has to offer to the region.”

The Paradise Recreation Center is a 27,811 square foot facility offering a variety of activities such as tutoring classes, preschool enrichment programs, private music lessons, fitness classes, seniors programs and an open gym. Those wanting more information about the Paradise Recreation Center or other Clark County recreation facilities can visit www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/parks. Clark County Parks and Recreation can also be found on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.
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Where’s Sean? Learn more about Bungee Fitness with Gold’s Gym Crofton https://dadsdayoff.net/wheres-sean-learn-more-about-bungee-fitness-with-golds-gym-crofton/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 15:02:06 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/wheres-sean-learn-more-about-bungee-fitness-with-golds-gym-crofton/ Where’s Sean? Learn more about Bungee Fitness with Gold’s Gym CroftonWhere’s Sean? Work out with the help of bungee cords and great instruction at Gold’s Gym in Crofton. 51 minutes ago Baltimore City Fire Department invites girls to join Camp SparkCamp Spark, a fire department empowerment camp through the Baltimore City Fire Academy, is returning […]]]>

Where’s Sean? Learn more about Bungee Fitness with Gold’s Gym CroftonWhere’s Sean? Work out with the help of bungee cords and great instruction at Gold’s Gym in Crofton.

Baltimore City Fire Department invites girls to join Camp SparkCamp Spark, a fire department empowerment camp through the Baltimore City Fire Academy, is returning this year after taking a hiatus due to the pandemic. Baltimore City Fire Department spokesperson Blair Adams joins WJZ at age 9 to explain how the camp exposes young people to fire department careers.

Where’s Sean? Jump into the work week with Bungee FitnessWhere’s Sean? Work out with the help of bungee cords and great instruction at Gold’s Gym in Crofton.

Maryland and Bowie State native Myles Frost wins Tony AwardIt’s a proud day after Bowie State University native Myles Frost won the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical on Sunday for his portrayal of Michael Jackson in “MJ: The Musical”.

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Baltimore Buzz: Cafe Dear Leon Highlights New Items on Its June MenuWant to broaden your culinary horizons? Cafe Dear Leon might be the place to do it. The cafe has several new additions to its menu, including an Ispahan Danish Rose Lychee Iced Danish filled with a mixture of berry jam and raspberry cream, and topped with gel-filled raspberry and lychee slices.

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Maryland deputy shot in the line of duty dies of injuriesGlenn Hilliard, the Wicomico County deputy shot in the line of duty in a Sunday night shootout with a fugitive, has died of his injuries, authorities said Monday morning.

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56-year-old man shot dead Saturday in southwest Baltimore, police sayHomicide detectives are investigating a shooting that injured a 56-year-old man in the Allendale neighborhood of Baltimore, authorities say.

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Woman arrested for stealing phones and wallets from fitness center https://dadsdayoff.net/woman-arrested-for-stealing-phones-and-wallets-from-fitness-center/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 15:22:17 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/woman-arrested-for-stealing-phones-and-wallets-from-fitness-center/ Ramnagar Police Station in Dombivli on Friday June 10 arrested a woman for stealing mobile phones, money and other items from the bags of fellow female gym members at a fitness center in the Dombivli region. The woman was arrested after a complaint from the gym owner. The woman used to come to a gym […]]]>

Ramnagar Police Station in Dombivli on Friday June 10 arrested a woman for stealing mobile phones, money and other items from the bags of fellow female gym members at a fitness center in the Dombivli region. The woman was arrested after a complaint from the gym owner.

The woman used to come to a gym in Dombivli (East) to exercise and when leaving the gym she stole mobile phones and money from the bags of other female members of the gym, informed the police.

After seven female gym members complained to the gym owner about the theft, he thought about getting his hands on the woman in the act.

Speaking to the FPJ correspondent, the owner of the Dombivli gymnasium said on condition of anonymity, “I have been running a gymnasium here for many years and many wealthy women come to the gymnasium to exercise regularly. . A few days, cellphones, money, earphones and money were stolen from their bags. The women complained to me about it. The gym is equipped with a CCTV system. No one outside has easy access to the gym. In such a situation, I had a question in my head as to who would steal women’s cell phones. As the thefts increased, I suspected that a woman who came to the gym to exercise regularly was committing this theft. So, to catch the woman in the act, I kept three specially numbered Rs 100 notes in my bag and placed it on the platform at the main entrance. After placing the bag, I stepped aside. Also, all other gym members and people were told that no one would come around the bag and I sat in a CCTV control room. The suspicious woman after finishing her exercise on her way home drew her attention to the bag. Seeing no one around, she reached into the bag and pulled out three 100 rupee notes. I could see everything from the control room and as the woman was leaving I stopped her at the entrance and caught up with her. The woman said she had done no such thing. I immediately contacted Ramnagar Police Station after which they arrived at the scene and made an arrest.”

Sachin Sandbhor, Senior Police Inspector of Ramnagar Police Station, said: “When we received a call from the owner of the gymnasium regarding the theft of mobile phones and other items over the past few days, we reached the gymnasium and, with the help of a policewoman, we carried out a thorough investigation. After checking her bag, we found stolen Rs 100 bills in the gym owner’s bag. We arrested her and recovered a mobile phone stolen, money, earphones and cash. These items were stolen from other women’s bags. We have returned all items to their owners. The woman has confessed to the crime and returned all objects to the police.

One of the officers from Ramnagar Police Station said, “The woman had sold the stolen mobile phone from a gym to a trader on Shivmandir Road in Dombivli for Rs 2,500. We released the woman on the understanding that ‘she would never do such an act Her husband Rajaji runs a Paan shop in the Dombivli district near the gymnasium Our investigation revealed that her husband bought her a mobile phone worth Rs 70,000. 5-year-old baby. She had to be released because no one came forward to file a complaint against her.”

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The Jordan Poyer Golf Tournament will feature football players and benefit the ECMC https://dadsdayoff.net/the-jordan-poyer-golf-tournament-will-feature-football-players-and-benefit-the-ecmc/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 23:03:54 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/the-jordan-poyer-golf-tournament-will-feature-football-players-and-benefit-the-ecmc/ FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WIVB) – Bills safety Jordan Poyer will host the “Jordan Poyer Celebrity Open” on July 11 to benefit the ECMC. The tournament will be held at the Coral Ridge Country Club in Fort Lauderdale and all proceeds will be used to equip and renovate the fitness center for teens seeking recovery services […]]]>

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WIVB) – Bills safety Jordan Poyer will host the “Jordan Poyer Celebrity Open” on July 11 to benefit the ECMC.

The tournament will be held at the Coral Ridge Country Club in Fort Lauderdale and all proceeds will be used to equip and renovate the fitness center for teens seeking recovery services as part of the Inpatient Behavioral Health Program. the hospital.

There are a limited number of places available for individual golfers and foursomes, and each team will be paired with a celebrity. Sponsorships will be available to the public.

Celebrities confirmed for the event include:

  • Retired Bills linebacker Lawrence Alexander
  • Former Miami Dolphins security Adrian Colbert
  • Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis
  • Former Steelers tight end Eric Ebron
  • Bills wide receiver Tanner Gentry
  • Washington Commanding Linebacker Cole Holcomb
  • Invoice security Micah Hyde
  • Bills wide receiver Jake Kumerow
  • Cornerback Bills Cam Lewis
  • Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips
  • New York Giants wide receiver Austin Proehl
  • University of Miami wide receiver Xavier Restrepo
  • Dolphins Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa
  • Bills Hall of Fame running back Thurmann Thomas
  • Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mitch Trubisky
  • Steelers cornerback Levi Wallace
  • Houston Texans cornerback isaac yadom

Adam Duke is a digital producer who has been part of the News 4 team since 2021. See more of his work here.

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News: 16 NATO Allies and partners participate in BALTOPS 22 exercise, 07-Jun.-2022 https://dadsdayoff.net/news-16-nato-allies-and-partners-participate-in-baltops-22-exercise-07-jun-2022/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 06:28:36 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/news-16-nato-allies-and-partners-participate-in-baltops-22-exercise-07-jun-2022/ Fourteen NATO Allies as well as two NATO partner countries, Finland and Sweden, are currently participating in Exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS 22) with over 45 ships, over 75 aircraft and 7,500 personnel. This first annual sea-focused exercise kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden on 05 June. It takes place in the Baltic region from June 5-17 […]]]>

Fourteen NATO Allies as well as two NATO partner countries, Finland and Sweden, are currently participating in Exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS 22) with over 45 ships, over 75 aircraft and 7,500 personnel.

This first annual sea-focused exercise kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden on 05 June. It takes place in the Baltic region from June 5-17 and provides a unique training opportunity to build combined response capabilities essential to maintaining freedom of navigation and security in the Baltic Sea. This is the 51st iteration of the series of exercises, which began in 1972.

Participating nations are Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. These nations will exercise a range of capabilities demonstrating the inherent flexibility of maritime forces. Exercise scenarios include amphibious operations, artillery, anti-submarine warfare, air defense, mine clearance operations, explosive ordnance disposal, unmanned underwater vehicles and response medical.

BALTOPS 22 takes place in Sweden and coincides with the 500th anniversary of the Swedish Navy. BALTOPS 22 also provides more robust medical response scenarios, especially during personnel recovery training aboard a submarine. The exercise builds on previous iterations by enhancing space domain integration through the NATO Space Center.

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Joint and coalition fighters test their tactical expertise during Navy Exercise FST-J > Air Force Reserve Command > News Article https://dadsdayoff.net/joint-and-coalition-fighters-test-their-tactical-expertise-during-navy-exercise-fst-j-air-force-reserve-command-news-article/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 14:46:32 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/joint-and-coalition-fighters-test-their-tactical-expertise-during-navy-exercise-fst-j-air-force-reserve-command-news-article/ HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. — The airmen of 505th Combat Training Squadron and 926th Operations Group, Detachment 1, Hurlburt FieldFlorida, supported the US Navy Fleet Synthetic Training-Joint Exercise, or FST-J. FST-J exercises are a US Navy sponsored exercise that brings together multiple units from around the world to train together in a […]]]>


The airmen of 505th Combat Training Squadron and 926th Operations Group, Detachment 1, Hurlburt FieldFlorida, supported the US Navy Fleet Synthetic Training-Joint Exercise, or FST-J.


FST-J exercises are a US Navy sponsored exercise that brings together multiple units from around the world to train together in a virtual environment. The week-long exercise included participants from the US Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Army, as well as units from the Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Canadian Navy.


The 505th CTS Professional Control Force provided mission support via joint semi-automated forces by providing realistic pilot role play; the air operations center replication cell provided essential command and control support to the carrier battle group and subordinate units.


“The [505th CTS] took it to the next level,” said Brynt Query, U.S. Fleet Joint Forces and Partner Nation Training Team Leader. “These are essential catalysts; the Navy does not have a replication cell comparable to the 505th CTS team, and the FST-J mission would suffer without them.


FST-J exercises provide a valuable opportunity to develop and test the tactical expertise of geographically separated units. The training also reduces the complex logistics involved in live exercises and enables complex and demanding tactical and operational scenarios. FST-J is one of many exercises the U.S. Navy and other units participate in to maintain maximum proficiency and cooperation.


“The 505th CTS’s support of FST exercises represents a convergence of our broad mission sets,” said 505th CTS Chief of Operations Gregg Bourke. “We are sending not only our subject matter experts from the air operations center replication cell, but also members of our professional control force. Combined, these two teams provide joint command and control and a realistic presentation of air power to our naval and coalition partners.


The 505th CTS and 926th OG/Det 1 produced seven Air Tasking Orders and Airspace Control Orders throughout the exercise. Additionally, the team supported flight operations of 1,403 missions with 2,357 individual sorties to provide certification training in a high-end maritime, air and littoral domain. US Indo-Pacific Command script. The six-day exercise provided high-fidelity training for more than 1,100 U.S. sailors, marines, soldiers and airmen.


“Make no mistake about it, the U.S. Navy plays a critical role in meeting the pacing challenge in INDOPACOM,” said Milton Waddell, 505th CTS Air Operations Center Replication Cell team leader. “And if we are to experience a future in which the United States must defeat its competitors in the Pacific, we need sailors familiar with how the Air Force employs air power; this is the true value of these exercises.


The Pacific Tactical Training Groupor TTGP, located in San Diego, California, facilitated the FST-J exercise by providing participants with the virtual architecture and distributed training environment.


At the culmination of the exercise, members of Team Hurlburt Tech. sergeant. Chadwick Goleta, Mark Hill and Alyssa Medina were recognized for their outstanding performance as US Navy Captain Darren Glaser, Commander of the TTGP, presented a “Bravo Zulu”, a nautical signal, historically transmitted by flag or radio vocal, meaning “bravo”, usually extended in contemporary times as the highest compliment.


The 505th CTS reports to 505th fight Training group, Nellis AFBNevada and the 505th Command and Control Wingwhose head office is at Hurlburt FieldFlorida.



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U.S. and South Korean navies end key exercise amid tension in North Korea https://dadsdayoff.net/u-s-and-south-korean-navies-end-key-exercise-amid-tension-in-north-korea/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 18:57:36 +0000 https://dadsdayoff.net/u-s-and-south-korean-navies-end-key-exercise-amid-tension-in-north-korea/ In this photo provided by the South Korean Defense Ministry, the US nuclear aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, second from left, and the South Korean Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) ship Marado, left, sails during a joint military exercise at an undisclosed location, Saturday, June 4, 2022. (South Korea’s Defense Ministry via AP) PA Seoul, South […]]]>

In this photo provided by the South Korean Defense Ministry, the US nuclear aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, second from left, and the South Korean Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) ship Marado, left, sails during a joint military exercise at an undisclosed location, Saturday, June 4, 2022. (South Korea's Defense Ministry via AP)

In this photo provided by the South Korean Defense Ministry, the US nuclear aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, second from left, and the South Korean Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) ship Marado, left, sails during a joint military exercise at an undisclosed location, Saturday, June 4, 2022. (South Korea’s Defense Ministry via AP)

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The US aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan concluded a naval exercise with South Korea in the Philippine Sea on Saturday, the two militaries said, amid signs that North Korea may be preparing to conduct its first test nuclear since 2017.

The three-day exercise which began Thursday in international waters off the Japanese island of Okinawa was reportedly the first joint Allied exercise involving a US aircraft carrier since November 2017.

The Ronald Reagan then joined the USS Theodore Roosevelt and the Nimitz in a rare three-carrier drill with South Korean navy ships in North Korea’s latest provocative run in nuclear ballistic missile testing and intercontinental.

The latest drill comes weeks after President Joe Biden and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol at a summit in Seoul pledged to improve defense drills and discuss ways for Washington to protect its ally in the face of growing North Korean threats.

The US Navy’s 7th Fleet said the exercise was aimed at strengthening the interoperability of the two navies.

On Friday, Biden’s special envoy for North Korea, Sung Kim, said Washington is “preparing for all eventualities” in close coordination with South Korea and Japan as it monitors North Korean arrangements. for a possible nuclear test which could be imminent.

Kim, who was in Seoul for a trilateral meeting with his South Korean and Japanese counterparts to discuss the nuclear standoff with North Korea, said Washington believed the North was continuing preparations at its nuclear testing ground in the city of Punggye-ri, in the northeast of the country. .

The North’s next test would be its seventh since 2006 and the first since September 2017, when it claimed to have detonated a thermonuclear bomb to fit its intercontinental ballistic missiles.

Nuclear talks between Washington and Pyongyang have stalled since 2019 over disagreements over trading the release of crippling US-led sanctions for the North’s disarmament moves.

North Korea has already conducted 17 missile tests this year, including its first ICBM demonstrations in nearly five years.

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