Accepted Identification for JB MDL1. DOD Common Access Card (CAC card), All versions accepted.2. DD Form 2, All versions.3. DD Form 1173, Dependent ID card, all versions.4. DD Form 2764, United States DOD/ Uniformed Services Civilian Geneva Conventions ID Card.5. DD Form 2765, DOD Uniformed/Service ID and Privilege Card.6. Dept of Homeland Security, Bureau of Customs & Border Protection Credential w/F-PIV Card.7. Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) credential w/F-PIV Card.8. U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Credential w/F-PIV Card.9. AF Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI) Credential with Neutral Rank CAC or DBIDS Card.10. U.S. Postal Service (USPS) F-PIV Card.11. DA Form 1602, Civilian Identification Card. For Survivor of Soldiers (SOS) only.12. Localled generated Defense Biometrics Identification System (DBIDS) Card or visitor pass.13. Visitor’s Pass (Hard copy or SFMIS/DBIDS generated, ONLY if issued by JB MDL).14. Civic Leaders Pass, local city, state, reps, DVs, etc.15. AF Form 447, USAF Reserve Forces Dependent ID Card.
CARIFESTA XV in Antigua and Barbuda postponed to 2022 Jun 4, 2020 Caribbean Leaders Urged to Diversify Creative Economy… Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Jul 13, 2020 Antigua and Barbuda Still Committed to Hosting CARIFESTA in… Jul 28, 2020 Oct 9, 2020 You may be interested in… Market Region as Safe Haven – Business Leader As CARIFESTA XIII continues in Barbados, we bring you snapshots of what’s happening. CARIFESTA XIII ends in true Regional integration styleThe Region’s cultural performers transformed the Kensington Oval in Barbados into a sea of Regional integration as they brought the curtains down on CARIFESTA XIII, Sunday night. The Closing Ceremony for the ten-day festival featured performances from some of the region’s top music and dance groups, steel bands, and individual…August 28, 2017In “Barbados”Flashback to CARIFESTA XII – Haiti, 2015CARIFESTA XIII runs from the 17-27 August 2017 in Barbados. In the build up to this edition of the festival, the CARICOM Secretariat has produced a throwback magazine from CARIFESTA XII, held in Haiti in August 2015. This magazine (see above) includes highlights from the various performances and cultural presentations…August 17, 2017In “Barbados”Barbados gears up for CARIFESTA XIIIA proposed Caribbean shopping centre during the staging here of the Caribbean Festival of Arts (CARIFESTA) this year is generating global interest, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth. In a release issued through its public relations consultants, Finer Points Consultants Inc, the ministry said in addition to…February 10, 2017In “Barbados”Share this on WhatsApp
In the latest episode of Ray Donovan, Ray (Liev Schreiber) made more progress with his therapy, spent some time with his brother Terry (Eddie Marsan) and moved things along with Molly (Kelly Condon).If you’re not up to date with Ray Donovan and like to avoid spoilers we suggest you don’t read any further.The episode opened up with Ray watching Molly sleeping after they spent the night together. As soon as she woke up, Ray said he should go and got up to leave. Molly wasn’t too impressed but Ray left anyway. On his way out he was surprised to see Molly’s father, Jim Sullivan (Peter Gerety). They made small talk and Jim was keen to pay Ray to ensure the picture of Kevin doesn’t surface again but Ray said it wasn’t necessary. It seems there’s a fair bit of past stuff between the pair that we don’t know about yet. Credit: ShowtimeAt his next therapy session with Dr. Amiot (Alan Alda), Ray noticed his Parkinson’s. It shocked Ray when Amiot said that the time would come soon when Ray would have to transition to a new therapist. The conversation reminded Ray to check in on his brother Terry.Ray found Terry lay in bed shaking, having thrown his meds away. He checked the kitchen and noticed Terry was out of food. Terry said all he needed was beer. Ray headed to the store to get some groceries and filed Terry’s prescription to get him some replacement meds. Terry pushed back but eventually listened to his brother. Ray got a call that his car was at the impound on Coney Island and decided to take Terry with him.The pair managed to talk a fair bit during their day and Terry was interested to hear how Ray’s therapy was going. He also told Ray about his recent encounter with a shaman. When they arrived the impound staff were out on breakfast so Ray took Terry on the nearby Cyclone rollercoaster. When they returned, a guy was locking up the impound again for lunch and refused to let them take the car. Terry knocked him out cold and they helped themselves to his keys so Ray could get his car. Credit: ShowtimeAs they drove home, Ray took a call from Molly who wanted to meet later and Terry was pleased to see his brother happy. A deer suddenly ran across the road and they sadly hit it with the car. They checked on it but it was in a bad way. Terry had Ray put it down with his gun.Meanwhile, Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) decided to come clean and told Smitty (Graham Rogers) that she had slept with Adam Rain (Michael Esper). Smitty burst into tears and Bridget went mental because she’s so used to the men in her life shouting, screaming and being violent. After she left, Adam called the office and spoke to Smitty as he needed help with a situation. Smitty said he’d come over and left with a baseball bat. He used the bat to smash up Adam’s car and gave him a beating too.Mickey (Jon Voight) and Sandy (Sandy Martin) and Daryll (Pooch Hall) continued to investigate the heist of 1977. He wanted to find out who had set him up, so went after the surviving crew. Those that were left were now very old but that didn’t stop Mickey. He tied the first guy to a chair and started hitting him. When that didn’t work, they waterboarded him which got them a new lead. Before they left, Sandy shot the man to keep things tidy.Credit: ShowtimeThe next guy, O’Malley, was now suffering dementia and in a home. Mickey had Daryll break him out and then they took him to a remote location. Sandy sang an old song which got a response but when they arrived, O’Malley suddenly started to fight. They managed to knock him out and then tied him up. Mickey’s plan was to electrocute him because he thought it would jump start his mind. They did get some information out of him which pointed them back at Jim Sullivan. O’Malley revealed he was sidelined for taping all the conversations he had with Sullivan. Before he told them where the tapes were, O’Malley died when Mickey overdid the electrocution.Elsewhere in the episode, Bunchy (Dash Mihok) was fired for not signing the legal papers at his company. He spoke to the mother of the teenager he shot on the phone. She told him she needed money so he thought he’d take it back from the company for firing him. He bought masks of Nixon, Clinton and Trump then went on his own robbery spree at their various stores. He ended up with around $17,000 which he took to the mother. They took the money to a specialist to try and get him to treat her son. The specialist said they didn’t have enough money and should continue with the treatment at the hospital he was already at.Credit: ShowtimeAt the end of the episode Ray went to meet Molly in a bar, they shared a kiss and then sat down to chat together.Can’t wait for the next episode? Read our preview of Ray Donovan – 7×06 Inside Guy.Ray Donovan season 7 episodes air Sundays at 9pm ET/PT on Showtime in the US and Tuesdays at 9pm on Sky Atlantic in the UK.
Arsenal, Birmingham City, Newcastle United and West Ham United have been heavily linked with a move for the 20-year-old Nigerian winger.Odemwingie, who now plays in the Indonesian top division with Madura United, lifted the lid that Onyekuru “rang me up asking for help and advice” about moving to England when news first broke about interest in him from Scottish giants Celtic.The former West Brom man also took time to explain that Onyekuru is in hot demand considering the stats he amass for himself with Belgian side KAS Eupen last season.“I think the numbers speak for themselves. I don’t know him much really. He rang me asking for help and advice in the last window in January. He told me there was an option with Celtic and options here and there.“I said if you want to play in the Premier League, which is where every player should aim at at some point in his career, coming to Scotland means you’re one step closer and people will easily send scouts to watch you there.“And the work permit issue will be less difficult because he is still part of the UK.“There is interest in him because he scores a lot of goals. I don’t know if in England physicality might be a problem for him, but he’s quite mobile and quick so maybe he can do it over here,” said the 35-year-old forward to the Birmingham Mail.Onyekuru who scored 24 goals for Eupen last term will now make a decision on his future in the coming days after reports suggest he has been issued a United Kingdom visa this week.
SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) — Emani Gant had 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Ojai Black hit three free throws in the final 32 seconds to help Texas State hold off Troy for a 67-61 win on Thursday night.Kavin Gilder-Tilbury scored 13 for Texas State (12-14, 6-11 Sun Belt), which snapped a four-game losing streak.A layup by Gilder-Tilbury gave Texas State a 10-point lead with 3:10 left, but Troy (10-17, 5-13) scored 11 of the next 15 and cut its deficit to 64-61 when Musa Abdul-Aleem hit a 3 with 35 seconds to play.Black made two free throws and, after Abdul-Aleem missed a 3-pointer on the other end, Black made 1 of 2 from the stripe with 16 seconds remaining to seal it.John Walton III led four Troy players in double figures with 16 points. Kevin Thomas added 14, Wesley Person Jr. scored 13 and Abdul-Aleem 11.
Difficult match RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) : Lionel Messi is back for Argentina. And Luis Suarez is expected to return for Uruguay. The two Barcelona teammates should be the focus tomorrow in South America’s most high-profile World Cup qualifier. With four rounds of qualifying remaining, Brazil have already advanced to Russia and lead the group with 33 points. The five-time World Cup winners are followed by Colombia (24), Uruguay (23), Chile (23), Argentina (22) and Ecuador (20). Peru and Paraguay have 18 points, and little chance to advance. Bolivia and Venezuela have been eliminated. In addition to Brazil, three more teams will claim the remaining automatic berths, and one more South American team could also reach Russia in a play-off. Messi is back from a one-game ban for insulting a match official. It was originally four matches, but the Argentine football association appealed successfully. That’s good news for coach Jorge Sampaoli, who will be on the bench for his first official game in charge. Without Messi, Argentina lost to Bolivia 2-0 in their last qualifier in March. Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez also needs Suarez. He has a right-knee injury, which Tabarez said will be evaluated in the run-up to the match. With or without Suarez, Tabarez knows “it will be a very, very difficult match”. Sampaoli replaced Edgardo Bauza in early June and has coached friendly wins over Brazil and Singapore. Sampaoli has left Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain out of the side, going instead with Paulo Dybala, who is seen as Messi’s heir on the national team. Tabarez is remaking the Uruguay side, which has been about the same since finishing fourth in the 2010 World Cup and the 2011 Copa America. New faces include Federico Valverde, Mauricio Lemos and Gaston Pereiro. “It’s not just another game coming up,” Uruguay defender Diego Godin said. “It’s a classic, and we know who we’re playing.” Other scheduled matches: Venezuela vs Colombia; Brazil vs Ecuador; Chile vs Paraguay and Peru vs Bolivia.
Tags:#web#Weekly Wrap-ups richard macmanus Here are the highlights from the week’s stories on ReadWriteWeb. On the product side, we analyzed the increasing mainstreaming of social news site digg; and we reviewed some awesome new web apps (Grooveshark, SixApart’s BlogIt, Twhirl, Alert Thingy, and others). On web trends, there was a meme this week that declared the Mobile Web dead – we begged to differ. We also looked into two ‘real world’ issues for Web tech this week – the impact of social media on “real people”; and real world data portability.Sponsor:Web AppsThe Decline and Fall of Tech on Digg If you’re a fan of digg, you’ve probably been noticing that tech stories are becoming less and less a feature of the social news site. The reason? Digg is attempting to attract a large mainstream user base. Just how low has tech sunk in digg? We have new data that shows that the number of frontpage tech stories is halving every year on digg.Is it time to accept that Digg is no longer an equivalent to Slashdot, and that it is as much a mainstream news site as say BusinessWeek or People magazine?SixApart’s BlogIt Could Be the Start of Something Big SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad this week, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place. It’s the kind of app that makes Facebook all the closer to being a one stop social media experience.The service could be more fully developed but it’s certainly in the lead compared to other services aiming to do the same thing. A close look at the details leads us to believe that this could be a much bigger move than it might seem to be. This post lists a few reasons why we believe it’s so interesting.Grooveshark Launches Awesome Streaming Music Service Gainesville, Florida-based Grooveshark, a music sharing startup that we first profiled in August, this week launched their latest product: Grooveshark Lite. Lite is a slick, flash-based streaming music service that takes Grooveshark’s huge catalog of uploaded music and makes it available to stream, no registration required. Grooveshark Lite is fast, easy to use, and free.When we reviewed Grooveshark last August, we called it “one part Last.fm, one part Limewire, and one part iTunes store.” With the addition of Grooveshark Lite, the service is now also one part Pandora.Battle of the AIR Apps: Twhirl vs. Alert Thingy The battle between the two most popular AIR apps has begun. Earlier this week FriendFeed AIR app Alert Thingy, having only just launched on April 13th, was already getting an update – this one to include Twitter support via a built-in “Tweet” button. Not to be outdone, Twhirl wasted no time in providing an update of their own, seemingly crafting their updated version overnight. Now Twhirl includes FriendFeed support and Alert Thingy does Twitter, but are either of them really giving users what they want?SEE MORE WEB APPS COVERAGE IN OUR WEB APPS CATEGORYWeb TrendsIs the Mobile Web Dead? Some Mobile Entrepreneurs Say Yes Former Yahoo! Mobile evangelist turned startup entrepreneur Russell Beattie announced this week that he’s calling it quits for his company Mowser, because the market for mobile browsing is taking a fast turn for the worse. “The mobile traffic just isn’t there,” Beattie says, “It’s not there now, and it won’t be.”Beattie’s announcement comes just two months after mobile blogger and consultant Michael Mace wrote a much discussed post titled Mobile Applications, RIP. “The business of making native apps for mobile devices is dying, crushed by a fragmented market and restrictive business practices,” Mace wrote.Be sure to check the comments of this post, there were some excellent counterpoints made on both sides of the argument.Real People Don’t Have Time for Social Media Let’s be honest here: we’re all a bunch of social media addicts. We’re junkies. Whether it’s a new Twitter app, a new Facebook feature, or a new social anything service, we’re all over it. But we may not be the norm. The truth is, being involved in social media takes time, something that most people don’t have a lot of. So how can regular folk get involved with social media? And how much time does it really take? Where’s Our Real World Data Portability? In a recent Slashdot thread, someone sought advice on an electronic cash register set up that would output sales data in an open format. While the asker was looking for information from the point of view of a shop owner, it got us thinking about data portability. There’s been a lot of clamor over the past few months about who owns attention data and a major online movement has started with the aim of pushing companies into granting access to that data to the users who create it. But what about offline attention data? Should we demand access to that as well?13 Seed Funding Options For Entrepreneurs One of the most difficult parts of starting a startup for any entrepreneur is finding that small bit of seed capital to get things going. As evidenced by small seed funds like Y Combinator, a little can go a long way for startup entrepreneurs, but raising that chunk of change to get started can be tricky. Luckily, there are a number of different roads you can take to get from concept to Series A. This post lists 13 seed funding options for startup entrepreneurs.SEE MORE WEB TRENDS COVERAGE IN OUR TRENDS CATEGORYThat’s a wrap for another week! Enjoy your weekend everyone. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… This post is presented by Business Is Great Britain.The Internet is global, so why shouldn’t your company be, too?Alicia Navarro, the founder and CEO of Skimlinks, learned early on that when you’re selling products or services over the World Wide Web, people can access them worldwide. That means customer service, technical support, and all other aspects of your business ought to be just as easy for them to reach. Skimlinks helps Web publishers make money by turning mentions of products into affiliate links—clickable, trackable links for which retailers pay sites when customers end up buying things. Since Web publishing and e-commerce have global appeal, Navarro has had to learn to run her business to reflect that. From its beginnings in Sydney, Australia, Skimlinks now has 65 employees spread around the world and dual headquarters in London and San Francisco.In an interview with ReadWrite, Navarro gave us some pointers on running a business that’s gone global faster than you may have expected. Give The People What They WantSkimlinks has been an exercise in quick shifts from the very beginning. Navarro originally set out to build a social decisionmaking service. Her custom program for affiliate linking—the predecessor to Skimlinks—was simply a way to make money off of it. “I found that when I was pitching for [venture capital] money or customers for our white-label service, nobody was interested in our social decisionmaking tool,” Navarro said. “They were all interested in this unsexy monetization technology that I built. I realized that if I wanted to survive, I’d have to throw away everything I’d built for the last year and instead commercialize this so that other websites could use it to make money on their sites.”See also: Pinterest’s Second Attempt At Making Money Actually Sounds SmartToday, Skimlinks runs on 1.5 million sites run by 40,000 individual publishers, with 18,000 merchants and affiliate networks as partners. Affiliate marketing is thought to have gotten its start in 1996, when Amazon launched its Associates program, and it’s done nothing but grow since. Forrester now estimates that spending on affiliate marketing will grow to $4.5 billion by 2016. The first step to a successful global business is identifying a product people universally want. Navarro’s original idea could never have become a global business because it wasn’t universally appealing. But making money off of a website, it turns out, is.Begin Where The Opportunity IsNavarro is a native Australian, but lives and works in London today. Leaving her homeland was a matter of finding a locale where she could find local investors for her business, something she was unable to secure in Australia. “There was one venture capitalist in Sydney, that was it,” she said. “I pitched to him and the answer was no, and that was it, I was stuck.”After that, Navarro said she “did what every self-respecting Australian does when they’re trying to find an answer and I went on a walkabout.” Six weeks of backpacking led her back to London, where she’d previously lived in her mid-twenties. See also: 10 Great International Cities For Your Business“I ended up deciding to move back to London because I’d managed to secure a first customer for the white-label service and I’d managed to find office space at an incubator,” she said. “The choice I guess was between the US and the UK, but I had a UK visa, I knew more people there, and I was more comfortable there. So I moved to London where I could be a full-time entrepreneur, and where my first customers were.”Keep It TogetherFast-forward to 2014. Skimlinks has a London office, a San Francisco office, and is about to open a New York City office, too. Even with that breakneck expansion, Navarro has cofounders and employees who have been with her since her Australia days. The key to keeping that international mixture smooth, Navarro said, is by maintaining a similar culture in each office through frequent visits from veterans of the business. “We deliberately timed the move to San Francisco with two-and-a-half years of being in London,” she said. “We thought, now we have a solid-enough base in London that we can risk breaking it into two different teams.”Navarro made sure that two of her original team members made it on to the San Francisco team, and built the rest of the satellite office around them. See also: 12 Things You Should Do Before Entering a Business Partnership“I made sure that the new office was seeded with what I call cultural ambassadors—people who are from the original team, who are strong representatives of the brand, who would be the kernel of the new office’s culture,” she said.Finally, Navarro herself spends most of the year traveling in between the two offices, and plans to include the New York office in that rotation soon.“II think the companies that don’t succeed are the ones that hire a standalone employee and expect them to operate on their own in isolation,” Navarro said. “It requires a lot of flying, face-to-face time, and a lot of founder time back and forth to not only support that person but not make them feel lonely.”A global product, an opportune starting point, and a central business culture that unite the far-flung corners of her business are the pillars of Navarro’s success with Skimlinks. Now as she expands to mobile as well as desktop, to clients in Asia and beyond, and to yet another new office, Navarro doesn’t have any plans to change her method of attack. “I think we do those three things very well and it’s enabled us to expand to San Francisco and we’re now replicating that path as we set up our New York office,” she said.A product with global appeal—and a globetrotting personal touch. Those are Navarro’s secrets. Can you make them yours, too?Photo courtesy of Alicia Navarro Tags:#Affiliate marketing#Alicia Navarro#business#Business Is Great#e-commerce#Founder interview#global expansion#international#Skimlinks#sponsored posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now lauren orsini Related Posts IT + Project Management: A Love Affair