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National Disaster Response Force

;http: mha.nic.in Noti-pdf DM-No.53.pdf PIB Press Release Though the units of this Force were nominated in 2003, it is only after the establishment of NDMA that their training and equipping were vigorously pursued. In lieu with the Section 44 (i) of the Act that states NDRF a specialist force, the force is gradually emerging as the most visible and vibrant multi-disciplinary, multi-skilled, high-tech force

alia, aims at inculcating a culture of preparedness among all stakeholders. NDRF has been proved its importance in achieving this vision by highly skilled rescue and relief operations, regular and intensive training and re-training, familiarisation exercises within the area of responsibility of respective NDRF Bns, carrying out mock drills and joint

video_player.php?id 1196850 title Video – Online Videos, News Videos Clips, Watch News Video Online from publisher NDTV.com date accessdate 2013-06-19 Training left thumb 280px NDRF personnel undergoing Helislithering Training (Image:NDRF Helislithering Training.JPG) right thumb 280px Flood Rescue Training (Image:Swift Water Rescue Training.jpg) right thumb 280px Search and Rescue Training (Image:NDRF Rescue Training.jpg) Image:Dogs Training.jpg right thumb 280px


Waiouru

, at the southern end of Lake Taupo. Waiouru is a military town that has grown up in conjunction with the New Zealand Army Camp (Waiouru Army Camp) and the Training Group (ATG), which is responsible for the training of recruits and other soldiers. The Desert Road immediately north of Waiouru runs through the 870 km² army training area, which lies mainly to the east of the road. The Royal NZ Navy's Irirangi (HMNZS Irirangi) communications station with its huge antennae

at Waiouru in 2014. Waiouru Army Camp From 1936 to 1938, Territorial artillery batteries camped under canvas at Waiouru for their summer training exercises. In 1939, a month after war was declared, most of the leasehold Waiouru run was taken back by the Crown. By December 1940 a large training camp had been built, and 340 km² of land acquired for training. Croom 1941 From 1949 another 250 km² of land to the north and east

was acquired for training, and for upgrading of the State Highway and constructing a high-voltage power line up the Moawhango valley. The base expanded for compulsory National Service and for SAS training. At its peak in the 1970s, Waiouru had a population of 6000 people, including 600+ school aged children. NZ Army Brief 1987 In the 1980s, some army units were transferred to Linton (Linton Army Camp), and by 1990 Waiouru’s permanent population had fallen to about 3000


Kaduna

in Kaduna State Category:Kaduna Category:Cities in Nigeria President Shagari pledged $15 million at the celebration to train Zimbabweans in Zimbabwe and expatriates in Nigeria. Mugabe's government used part of the money to buy newspaper companies owned by South Africans, increasing the government's control over the media. The rest went to training students in Nigerian universities, government workers in the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria in Badagry, and soldiers

year 1999 title Southern African Political History: A Chronology of Key Political Events from Independence to Mid-1997 page 711 ''See also:'' Foreign relations of Zimbabwe Undergraduate officer training: * Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna - Nigerian Armed Forces university school; Postgraduate officer training: Postgraduate officer training: * Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, at Jaji (Jaji, Nigeria), Kaduna - joint Nigerian Armed Forces

higher studies institute for both indigenous and international students. * Nigerian Army College of Logistics, Lagos - school for training middle career Nigerian Army officers on military logistics; Nigeria has six cities with a population of over 1 million people (from largest to smallest: Lagos, Kano, Ibadan, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, and Benin City). Lagos is the List of most populous cities in Africa largest city in sub-Saharan Africa


Homestead Air Reserve Base

to the airfield in support of that mission. On 30 January 1943, the base assumed a more vital wartime role with the activation of the '''2nd Operational Training Unit''' (2nd OTU). The mission of the permanently assigned cadre of nine officers, 15 enlisted men, and 12 civilian flight instructors was to provide advanced training for aircrew members who would one day pilot Douglas C-54 Skymaster (C-54 Skymaster), Consolidated C-87 Liberator Express (B-24 Liberator) and C-46 Commando

pilots grew during 1943, officials in Washington decided to beef up the training program at Homestead. As a result, the entire base was transferred to ATC's Ferrying Division, and by the end of the year, the 2nd OTU's sole mission was to prepare C-54 transport air crews to fly the famed "Hump" from Burma to China. On 15 August 1944 command of Homestead AAF consolidated under the '''563d AAF Base Unit'''. By 1945, Homestead AAF represented the largest four-engine transport training

on 1 November 1955. It consisted of the following squadrons: * 524th Bomb Squadron * 525th Bomb Squadron * 526th Bomb Squadron * 527th Bomb Squadron (1 November 1958 – 9 January 1961) The 379th BMW inherited the honors, history and colors of the World War II Eighth Air Force 379th Bomb Group upon activation. During the first five months, the 379th BMW concentrated on the manning and equipping of the unit and formulated a training schedule on 20 April 1956. The squadrons received their B


Kitwe

''' a private university owned and run by the Zambia Episcopal Conference is located in Kalulushi, 15.2km (15 minutes drive) from the city of Kitwe. The city is also home to many colleges and institutes. KCE (Kitwe College of Education) opened in 1935 - formerly called KTTC (Kitwe Teachers' Training College) - The largest Primary teachers' College in Zambia. Currently, It offers certificates in Primary and Pre-school teachers' education. From 2011 it will start offering diploma courses

in primary teachers Education. '''Copperbelt College of Education''' formerly known as Copperbelt Secondary Teachers' College (cosetco), is one of the affiliate colleges of the University of Zambia. It has had the important specialized function of training teachers of Science, Mathematics and Home Economics for the nation`s secondary schools, a task it has performed since it was first opened by the Ministry of Education in 1974. Copperbelt College of Education is currently in the process

of transforming into a public university and will be formally referred to as Mukuba University. '''ZIBSIP (Zambia Institute of Business Studies and Industrial Practice)'''-an institute that provides Business courses. '''Kitwe Community Development Staff Training College--- A governmenent Institution, officially opened in September 1966, that provides training in Community Development Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation The Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation, founded in 1958, in Mindolo Township, Kitwe


Winter Haven, Florida

year round, water skiers can be seen practicing their sport on the lakes around town. Spring training baseball Winter Haven was a Major League Baseball Spring Training baseball site for many years, first at Denison Stadium and later at the Chain of Lakes Ballpark. Many of the greatest baseball players in history played in Florida's Spring Training Grapefruit League, and passed through Winter Haven to play games, including Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Willie Mays

, Roberto Clemente, Johnny Bench, and Hank Aaron. In 1928, the Philadelphia Phillies were the first Major League Baseball team to call Winter Haven their spring-home. http: www.ballparkdigest.com 201107174012 major-league-baseball features remembering-winter-havens-spring-training-heritage The Phillies built Denison Stadium, which featured a large, covered wooden grandstand. The Phillies

played spring training games there until 1938. In 1940, the New York Giants did one season there. After baseball left Denison Stadium, the facility was donated to the city for the benefit youth athletics. The stadium, with a modernized grandstand, is still in use today, frequently hosting football, soccer, track and field, and other events. In 1966, the Boston Red Sox and spring training baseball returned to Winter Haven. The Red Sox played


Moshi, Tanzania

School of Pharmacy (KSP). * KCMCo is a campus of Tumaini University. It was started in 1997 and offers a number of medical courses. The college is located within the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre complex, about 6 km from Moshi. * * SMMUCo is also a campus of Tumaini University. It was developed from the Masoka Management Training Institute and the Mwika Lutheran Bible College. It belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania - Northern Diocese

, and it is a multi-campus university college. Currently, SMMUCo has campuses in Masoka, Mwika and Moshi, with future campuses planned for Machame, Siha, and Karatu. * * MUCE is a constituent college of the Saint Augustine University of Tanzania. It offers a model of professional excellence, as a center for training teachers and students to become clear thinkers while providing a holistic approach to learning and teaching through promotion of flexible teacher training programmes focused on appropriate

methodologies. MUCE is located 10 km north of Moshi. * * Since May 2004, MUCCoBS has been a constituent college of the Sokoine University of Agriculture. Formerly known as the Ushirika College, it is the oldest training institution in Tanzania and is located along Sokoine Road in Moshi. MUCCoBS has accumulated 43 years' experience in the fields of co-operative accounting, co-operative management and rural development has of recently turned into other expertise in accounting, management


Yerba Buena Island

cable for defense against intruding enemy vessels. The Torpedo Station was abandoned in the 1930s but still stands today (hidden underneath the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge) listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Just before the turn of the 20th century, the first U.S. Naval Training Station on the Pacific Coast was established on the north east side of the island by 1st Street and North Gate Road. '''Quarters One''', also known as the Admiral Nimitz House near

the intersection of Whiting Way and Garden Way, was built about 1900 as the Naval Training Station commandant's residence. Its Classic Revival style (Neoclassical architecture), fashionable for private residences in the Bay Area at the time, was unusual for naval base housing. The training station closed after World War I. Although the training station closed the Navy maintained presence with the stationary receiving ship USS Boston (1884) aka USS Despatch (IX-2) (1940) anchored

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Gweru

Correspondence College established in 1954 *Rapid Results College established in 1962 *International Correspondence Schools *Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) Tertiary education *Midlands Christian Training Centre - provided teacher training, and is also an examination centre for UNISA exams. This training centre is closely linked to the Midlands Christian School and College. *Midlands State University - formerly Gweru Teacher's College www.msu.ac.zw *Mkoba Teacher's College *Senka

Technical Training Centre *Kaguvi National Technical College - formerly established to cater for freedom fighters who had gone to war against British colonial powers to reintegrate them into the community. Hotels Midlands Hotel was opened in 1927 by the Meikle brothers. It was about to be demolished but after much protest, it was spared. Chitukuko hotel (formerly known as the Cecil Hotel) is another local hotel located in the city centre area. Both

. Three railway lines meet at Beitbridge: the South African Spoornet line to Polokwane, the National Railways of Zimbabwe line to Gweru via Rutenga and the Beitbridge Bulawayo Railway. birth_date DATE OF BIRTH 9 January 1967 PLACE OF BIRTH Gwelo (Gweru), Rhodesia DATE OF DEATH Training culture, foreign volunteers and women The Commandos


Couva

in the Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Technology (TTIT), UTT initially focused on programmes in engineering and technology. The construction of the first phase of the UTT aviation campus at Camden Base, Couva will start in 2014.The entire project comprises three phases and the first phase will be completed in 2015. Phase one includes construction of classrooms as flight device training facilities, ancillary facilities, outfitting and consultancy services. Holy Faith Convent Couva, located on the Couva

, Couva has consistently ranked highly in the national SEA examinations. The Sevilla Private Primary school is also considered one of the most prestigious schools in the region. The Rudranath Capildeo Learning Resource Centre (RCLRC) is located in McBean Village. The RCLRC is a training hub for professionals of the education sector. It is geared towards encouraging tertiary research in all aspects of education among the Ministry of Education's staff. However, its services extend further

into the community, drawing users from the teacher training colleges, the University of the West Indies, other institutions and libraries, as well as members of the general public. The NESC Skills and Technology Centre, Point Lisas is the main campus of the NESC. The centre, at the corner of Rivulet and Southern Main Roads, Point Lisas, replaced NESC’s centre at Brechin Castle, which was transferred to the University of Trinidad and Tobago. The construction of the NIHERST Science City in Indian Trail


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