Back to overview,Home naval-today SNMCMG1 ships make a port call in Germany SNMCMG1 ships make a port call in Germany View post tag: NATO View post tag: Germany View post tag: HMS Ramsey Two ships deployed to NATO standing mine counter measure group one (SNMCMG1) docked at the German naval base Warnemünde on January 11.Royal Navy’s Sandown-class minehunter HMS Ramsey and Estonian ENS Admiral Cowan will spend 7 days at the port and sail out into the Baltic Sea on January 18They will thereafter join the rest of the group and sail north to spend six months developing mine hunting techniques and interoperability.The group currently consists of units from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belgium, Norway, Poland, Great Britain and the Netherlands.Germany currently has no groups deployed to SNMCMG1 but that will change in July this year when the Frankenthal-class vessel Sulzbach-Rosenberg is scheduled to join. View post tag: SNMCMG1 January 12, 2017 View post tag: Royal Navy Authorities Share this article
While credit union member business loans (MBL) have experienced strong growth over the past year, significant challenges remain.A group of credit union lenders addressed MBL opportunities and challenges Tuesday during a roundtable discussion at the CUNA Lending Council Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.Credit union MBLs have grown 12% during the past 12 months, and the number of credit unions offering MBLs grew to nearly 2,300 as of year-end 2014, reported session moderator Bob Stowell, senior vice president/chief strategy officer for US Federal Credit Union in Burnsville, Minn.But he cited several MBL issues credit unions face, including:►MBL caps. Nearly 500 credit unions have reached or are approaching their MBL cap of 12.25% of assets, hindering their ability to serve members.Growing MBL balances put pressure on many credit unions to either limit their business lending or use loan participations. continue reading » 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Milan, IN—The town of Milan has announced a Boil Water Advisory from today through Saturday, December 14th. Standard recommendations usually include this advice:Use bottled or boiled water for drinking, and to prepare and cook food.If bottled water is not available, bring water to a full rolling boil for 1 minute, then allow it to cool before use.Boil tap water even if it is filtered.Do not use water from any appliance connected to your water line, such as ice and water from a refrigerator.