Program – Midi Locator http://midilocator.com/ Sat, 25 Sep 2021 10:04:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://midilocator.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Program – Midi Locator http://midilocator.com/ 32 32 Lawmakers and grassroots group work to create diversion program https://midilocator.com/2021/09/25/lawmakers-and-grassroots-group-work-to-create-diversion-program/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/25/lawmakers-and-grassroots-group-work-to-create-diversion-program/#respond Sat, 25 Sep 2021 10:04:14 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/25/lawmakers-and-grassroots-group-work-to-create-diversion-program/ LANSING – In an effort to address mental health resources and diversion initiatives, a grassroots group is working with state lawmakers to create grants that can offer co-response action by law enforcement.

The credit represents a small part of a gigantic budget for the state of Michigan and the potential for widespread impact.

Americans for Prosperity (AFP-MI), a liberal conservative political advocacy group founded in the United States and funded by David and Charles Koch, aims to engage in broad grassroots outreach to advocate for long-term solutions to the most big problems of the country and educate on individual potential.


The Prison Diversion Fund will make grants available to local municipalities interested in implementing co-response programs and other diversion programs for people facing a mental health crisis at the time of contact with them. law enforcement or the courts.

AFP-MI formed the coalition around the idea and worked closely with State Senator Rick Outman (R-Six Lakes), who represents Mecosta County, and health stakeholders. mental and law enforcement to carry out the idea.

The group drew on similar efforts both in Michigan and across the country to develop a strong state-level pilot that will combine best practices and thoroughly assess how different components of the co- response contribute to the success of a program.

Diana Prichard, director of community engagement for Americans for Prosperity-Michigan who organized the coalition around the idea, said the grants will allow the state to meet critical needs within healthcare centers and treatment.

“The Prison Diversion Fund will begin to fill a critical need in our state,” said Prichard. -Community interactions are safer for everyone involved, prevent people from ending up in an endless cycle with the justice system, and save government money in the long run. “

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Warren County School Districts Launch COVID-19 Testing Program https://midilocator.com/2021/09/24/warren-county-school-districts-launch-covid-19-testing-program/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/24/warren-county-school-districts-launch-covid-19-testing-program/#respond Fri, 24 Sep 2021 21:30:00 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/24/warren-county-school-districts-launch-covid-19-testing-program/ Ten Warren County school districts will launch a Test & Stay pilot program next week with the goal of keeping children in school amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The program was created in conjunction with the Warren County Combined Health District and with assistance from the Ohio Department of Health. The program is a testing initiative for asymptomatic direct contacts of students with confirmed COVID-19, allowing asymptomatic direct contacts to remain in school if they receive two negative rapid antigen tests and wear a face mask to inside the school during their quarantine period. Participating schools include Carlisle local schools, Clinton-Massie local schools, Franklin City schools, Kings local schools, Lebanon city schools, Little Miami, Mason City schools, Monroe City, Springboro, Local Wayne Schools, Warren County Career Center, and Warren County Educational Services Center. “We appreciate having another option that families can choose from if their child needs to be quarantined due to direct exposure at school. As we all learn to live with COVID-19, we knew as school districts that we needed a more strategic approach to quarantine. Keeping healthy children in school and sending sick children home to get better is better for everyone, ”said Jonathan Cooper, Principal of Mason City Schools. ODH provides school districts with Abbot BinaxNow Rapid Antigen Professional Test Kits and Abbott BinaxNOW Home Test Kits. School districts can administer vocational tests at school to identify students in direct contact. Families may also choose to test their child at home and use a telehealth session to oversee the administration of the test and the reporting of results. All families using the home test kit should follow the Ohio Department of Health User Guide: Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card Home Test Kit – User Guide. Currently, the program only applies to students who are direct contacts due to exposure at the school. , not through community exposure or exposure to school sponsored activities. Families whose student has been identified as a direct contact will have the option of participating in the pilot to stay in school, or they can quarantine themselves for 10 days at home, or return to school on the eighth. day with proof of a negative test on day five, six or seven. Students who wear a face mask or who are vaccinated do not need to quarantine. Warren County is partnering with school districts and county commissioners have approved the use of federal COVID-19 funds to provide a nurse in each district to help with testing and pilot implementation. “We believe in power. partnership in Warren County. Our school districts saw a problem and wanted to be part of the solution, ”said Tom Isaacs, director of the Warren County Educational Service Center. “We appreciate the work of Governor DeWine and Dr Vanderhoff and their teams in creating this Test & Stay pilot. We are also grateful to the County Commissioners for their quick decision to use some of their federal funds to help us keep our schools open with this pilot project. ”

Ten Warren County school districts will launch a Test & Stay pilot program next week with the goal of keeping children in school amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The program was created in conjunction with the Warren County Combined Health District and with assistance from the Ohio Department of Health.

The program is a testing initiative for asymptomatic direct contacts of students with confirmed COVID-19, allowing asymptomatic direct contacts to remain in school if they receive two negative rapid antigen tests and wear a face mask to inside the school during their quarantine period.

Participating schools include Carlisle local schools, Clinton-Massie local schools, Franklin City schools, Kings local schools, Lebanon city schools, Little Miami, Mason City schools, Monroe City, Springboro, Local Wayne Schools, Warren County Career Center, and Warren County Educational Services Center.

“We appreciate having another option that families can choose from if their child needs to be quarantined due to direct exposure at school. As we all learn to live with COVID-19, we knew as school districts that we needed a more strategic approach to quarantine. Keeping healthy children in school and sending sick children home to get better is better for everyone, ”said Jonathan Cooper, Principal of Mason City Schools.

ODH provides school districts with Abbot BinaxNow Rapid Antigen Professional Test Kits and Abbott BinaxNOW Home Test Kits. School districts can administer vocational tests at school to identify students in direct contact. Families may also choose to test their child at home and use a telehealth session to oversee the administration of the test and the reporting of results.

All families using the home test kit should follow the Ohio Department of Health User Guide: Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card Home Test Kit – User Guide.

At present, the program only applies to students who are in direct contact due to exposure at the school, and not through exposure in the community or exposure to activities sponsored by the school. ‘school. Families whose student has been identified as a direct contact will have the option of participating in the pilot to stay in school, or they can quarantine themselves for 10 days at home, or return to school on the eighth. day with proof of a negative test on day five, six or seven. Students who wear face masks or are vaccinated do not need to self-quarantine.

Warren County is partnering with school districts and county commissioners have approved the use of federal COVID-19 funds to provide a nurse in each district to help with testing and pilot implementation.

“We believe in the power of partnership in County Warren. Our school districts saw a problem and wanted to be part of the solution, ”said Tom Isaacs, director of the Warren County Educational Service Center. “We appreciate the work of Governor DeWine and Dr Vanderhoff and their teams in creating this Test & Stay pilot. We are also grateful to the County Commissioners for their quick decision to use some of their federal funds to help us keep our schools open with this pilot project. “

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Subsidy program for urban agriculture now open https://midilocator.com/2021/09/24/subsidy-program-for-urban-agriculture-now-open/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/24/subsidy-program-for-urban-agriculture-now-open/#respond Fri, 24 Sep 2021 07:46:30 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/24/subsidy-program-for-urban-agriculture-now-open/

Russell Redding, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture, recently announced that the $ 500,000 Urban Farming Grants Program is now open to help develop agricultural infrastructure in urban food deserts.

The program is designed to improve access to fresh, local foods and provide opportunities for hands-on learning and community development. With improved agricultural infrastructure, urban producers can prioritize access to sufficient, healthy and culturally appropriate food for their community.

“Access to sufficient, healthy, fresh and culturally appropriate food is a basic human right of all,” says Redding. “With increasing agricultural infrastructure in urban areas, producers can prioritize access to food and the security of their communities, thereby strengthening food sovereignty across the Commonwealth. “

The program will provide grants to improve agricultural infrastructure in urban areas, product aggregation, resource sharing and support for community development efforts. In the first two years of the program, the Wolf administration invested $ 1 million in urban agriculture, which generated an additional $ 1 million in local investments with matching dollars.

In total, the Pennsylvania Farm Bill’s urban agricultural infrastructure program funded 70 projects in 16 counties.

Two types of grants can be awarded: micro-grants and collaborative grants. Micro-grants of up to $ 2,500 in matching funds can be used for one-off projects or for a single applicant entity.

Collaborative Grants (up to $ 50,000 in matching funds) demonstrate cooperative or regional efforts that share resources, bring together agricultural products or producers, promote the sharing of resources among agricultural entities, and support community development.

The program ends on October 15th. Other Pennsylvania Farm Bill programs accepting applications include the $ 500,000 Farm-to-School Grants Program, the $ 1 Million Farm Vitality Grants Program, and the $ 3 Million Tax Credit Program. million dollars for resource improvement and protection.

For more information, visit agriculture.pa.gov/pafarmbill.

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Government programs can help manage drought this year https://midilocator.com/2021/09/23/government-programs-can-help-manage-drought-this-year/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/23/government-programs-can-help-manage-drought-this-year/#respond Thu, 23 Sep 2021 17:17:25 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/23/government-programs-can-help-manage-drought-this-year/

The heatwave and lack of humidity made it difficult for farmers and ranchers in Western Canada.

Summer temperatures around Canada have been well above average and many records, including Canada’s hottest temperature, were broken in July. As a result, much of western Canada experiences moderate to severe drought conditions and we can only assume that these dry conditions will persist for the remainder of the year.

Herders are finding that water supplies are drying up and pastures are not producing sufficient amounts of grass necessary for sustainable grazing. Likewise, producers are starting to see a sharp increase in the price of hay. Such conditions can negatively affect your bottom line. In many cases, to alleviate declining food and water supply levels, pastoralists are forced to thin their herds.

If you unfortunately have to thin out your herds due to the drought, there is a silver lining in that you may be eligible for a tax deferral.

Deferral program

The Livestock Tax Deferral Provision is a program developed to help ranchers who have to sell part of their herd due to drought to keep more money in their pockets to help rebuild herds after a year of drought.

The qualifications for this program are as follows:

  • Your ranch should be located in a designated drought area.
  • Your breeding herd must have been reduced by at least 15 percent as a direct result of the drought.

The drought zones are chosen by the ministers of agriculture and finance. Typically, areas are selected as drought areas when forage yields are below 50 percent of the long-term average. Drought areas are normally announced in December once all forage yield and drought data has been collected, but due to the extreme drought conditions this year, drought areas have already been announced.

In circumstances where there is a 15 percent herd reduction, 30 percent of net sales may be deferred.

If the herd is reduced by 30 percent or more, 90 percent of net sales may be deferred.

The percentage of net sales can be carried over to the following year, unless drought conditions persist that year. In this case, the deferred income can be deferred until a year in which your area is no longer designated as a drought area.

By deferring sales to future years, the tax payable for the current year will be reduced. The theory is that reducing the tax payable in the year a herd is reduced will allow farmers to use the tax savings to help rebuild the breeding herd after drought conditions have passed.

Immediate relief

The Government of Alberta is providing $ 136 million in assistance to ranchers and farmers affected by drought through the AgriRecovery program. The provincial government has also requested an additional $ 204 million from the federal government.

The AgriRecovery program is designed to provide Alberta cattle ranchers with immediate cash on a per capita basis to help them purchase feed, water and fencing. A second payment will be made, also on a per capita basis, to help cover other extraordinary costs not covered by other risk management programs.

In addition, Alberta Environment and Parks offers other programs for livestock producers. Pastoralists can apply for temporary grazing or haymaking on vacant public lands and may be allowed to extend their stay in the forest reserve, in areas where there is sufficient fodder. Changes were also made to water regulations to allow producers to access an additional water supply.

Saskatchewan has announced it will commit $ 119 million to its AgriRecovery program and has requested an additional $ 178 million from Ottawa. Aid to producers will be available on a per capita basis.

In addition, the maximum funding for the Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure program has been increased from $ 50,000 to $ 150,000. This program will help producers provide funds for dugouts, wells and water pipes.

Manitoba has announced that it will provide $ 62 million in aid to farmers in the event of a drought. This will be supplemented by federal funds. Additional programs are still ongoing, but are expected to provide a wide range of support to producers.

If you’re wondering what’s available to you, or how cattle tax deferral can help, contact your trusted advisor for help.

Colin Miller is a chartered accountant and partner at KPMG’s tax firm in Lethbridge. Contact: colinmiller@kpmg.ca. He would like to thank Marden Litchfield and Kurtis Krizsan of KPMG for their assistance in writing this article.

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New grant program aims to support farmers’ markets and small-scale farming facilities in Virginia https://midilocator.com/2021/09/23/new-grant-program-aims-to-support-farmers-markets-and-small-scale-farming-facilities-in-virginia/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/23/new-grant-program-aims-to-support-farmers-markets-and-small-scale-farming-facilities-in-virginia/#respond Thu, 23 Sep 2021 00:29:42 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/23/new-grant-program-aims-to-support-farmers-markets-and-small-scale-farming-facilities-in-virginia/

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) – There is a new grant program to support farmers’ markets and small-scale local food infrastructure in Virginia.

Governor Ralph Northam announced on Wednesday the Governor’s grant program for the development of agricultural and forestry industries (AFID) which officials say is designed to “support equitable and sustainable local food systems for smallholder farmers, farmers’ markets and food hubs.”

The program provides matching grants of up to $ 25,000 for infrastructure development projects in local communities that support local food production and sustainable agriculture.

Delegate Sam Rasoul’s Bill 2068 created this grant program during the 2021 General Assembly session. Legislation authorizes the governor to provide grants of up to $ 25,000 to political subdivisions.

The repayable grants are primarily intended for investment projects in new and existing food centers, farmers’ markets, commercial kitchens and other value-added facilities such as those for processing and packaging meats, dairy products, fruits and vegetables or other products grown in Virginia.

Organizations wishing to apply for funding can apply from October 1 to November 15.

Final prize announcements will be made no later than December 31 of this year.

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Meltwater Joins Official Twitter Partner Program https://midilocator.com/2021/09/22/meltwater-joins-official-twitter-partner-program/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/22/meltwater-joins-official-twitter-partner-program/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 09:11:41 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/22/meltwater-joins-official-twitter-partner-program/

Meltwater BV, one of the world’s leading SaaS providers of media intelligence and social analysis, today celebrates its inclusion in Twitter’s official partner program.

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Meltwater has a long-standing relationship with Twitter and has consumed all of Twitter’s content for many years, processing and storing around 500 million new messages every day. The Official Twitter Partner Program recognizes businesses that are not only consumers of Twitter data, but also deliver Twitter data and information to their customers in sophisticated and impactful ways, to help them make more informed strategic decisions.

“Being part of Twitter’s official partner program is an important milestone in our long and successful relationship with Twitter. Our clients rely on us to help them better understand, influence and interact with their key stakeholders. We help them glean information from millions of Twitter conversations and accounts every day, find relevant Twitter authors on particular topics, while managing their Twitter conversations directly through our product. The breadth of these capabilities gives our clients unparalleled access to one of the world’s most important social networks, and it’s an honor to work with Twitter in this capacity, ”said John Box, CEO of Meltwater.

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“We are delighted to formalize our relationship with one of our long-standing partners, Meltwater. Meltwater was one of the first companies to realize the enormous value that can be derived from Twitter data and has incredible experience in technical innovation. We are delighted to welcome them into the Official Partner Program and to work together to bring even more valuable information to public relations and marketing professionals around the world, ”said Sonya Penn, Global Sales Manager for the Platform. development of Twitter.

Lauren Jenkins, Twitter Official Partner Program Manager, added: “By expanding the Twitter Official Partner Program, we intend to foster a vibrant and competitive ecosystem to help businesses find the best solutions and get better results on and off Twitter. . Meltwater and Twitter have enjoyed a close relationship for many years and we are delighted to formalize our partnership and help them continue to deliver value to their 28,000 customers.

The Meltwater product uses Twitter content in different ways. We help our clients monitor and analyze Twitter content regarding their brand and other events of interest, benchmark their performance against their competitors, and better understand consumer and market information across billions of users. Twitter conversations. Meltwater customers can also organize, schedule and publish Twitter content on their own account, and interact with customers directly through the product, answering their questions and collecting their feedback.

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Oversight Board wants answers on Facebook’s celebrity moderation program https://midilocator.com/2021/09/21/oversight-board-wants-answers-on-facebooks-celebrity-moderation-program/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/21/oversight-board-wants-answers-on-facebooks-celebrity-moderation-program/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 21:50:35 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/21/oversight-board-wants-answers-on-facebooks-celebrity-moderation-program/

The Supervisory Board, a semi-independent body that reviews Facebook’s moderation policies, said on Tuesday it wanted more information on the “cross-check” system used by Facebook to “review content decisions regarding certain high level users. »The overlap is called into question due to a report by The Wall Street Journal who claimed that the system allowed high-level users to break the rules.

“In light of recent developments, we are reviewing the extent to which Facebook has been fully available in its cross-check responses, including the practice of whitelisting,” the board wrote. “We expect to receive a briefing from Facebook in the next few days and will report what we hear from it as part of our first release of Quarterly Transparency Reports, which we will release in October.”

Cross-checking (sometimes referred to as XCheck) is supposed to add an extra level of control to high-profile moderation calls that could cause controversy for Facebook. But the Newspaper claims it covered a vast swath of 5.8 million people in 2020, and only 10 percent of messages sent to the program were reviewed by the second layer of specialized Facebook moderators. According to the report, users included in the program include Senator Elizabeth Warren, Conservative commentator Candace Owens and former President Donald Trump.

Trump’s relative overlap protection appeared in the board’s decision to uphold the former president’s Facebook ban. At the time, the board noted that there was little public information about cross-checking – a 2018 blog post is one of the most recent. He advised the company “to clearly explain the rationale, standards and review processes, including criteria for determining which pages and accounts are selected for inclusion.”

As with all actions of the Supervisory Board, Facebook allows itself some flexibility in the way it responds. The company has publicly committed to following the organization’s appeals on individual moderation decisions, but reserves the right not to follow broader recommendations. Nor is he legally bound to follow the board’s rules. With today’s announcement and renewed pressure to clarify a program with issues that Facebook is already working to address, we may finally know more about the controversial program.

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Insights into fighter aircraft programs https://midilocator.com/2021/09/21/insights-into-fighter-aircraft-programs/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/21/insights-into-fighter-aircraft-programs/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 10:03:00 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/21/insights-into-fighter-aircraft-programs/

Dublin, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “The 10 Best Fighter Aircraft Programs in the World – 2021-2022 – Program Fact Sheets, Strategic Focus, Comparative SWOT Analysis, Latest Contracts and Developments and Market Outlook “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The transition from the traditional world order to multipolarity, marked by resurgent competition from major powers and escalating geopolitical tensions, has effectively heralded a renaissance for the global aerospace and defense industry over the course of in recent years, with defense spending clearly on the rise and on the rise. The rapid rise of China’s military capabilities and the resurgence of Russia on the global horizon have effectively driven up defense spending in most regions and parts of the world. Global defense spending reached the level of $ 1.98 trillion for 2020, increasing more than 2.6% year-on-year for 2020 and 3% for 2019, echoing the trend of the era of cold War

Fighter jets have remained a traditional and central hub of air force combat capabilities around the world with their important role and capabilities in conducting air combat missions and roles, interdiction, penetrating enemy air defenses, d ground attack and domination / air superiority. The increase in global defense spending in recent years has led to a rapid recapitalization of traditional fighter aircraft programs as a key priority with the launch of a host of next-generation aircraft programs in most parts of the world for capacity building and the military. capabilities. The replacement of the global in-service fleet of the former F-18 Hornet program is actively pursued in parts of Europe and North America, as well as the upgrade and modernization of the fleet and variants largest and oldest F-16s in the world.

About 250+ Tornado fighter jets in service also need to be replaced, with decisions likely to be short-term. Other parts of the world are also stepping up and scrambling to retire and replace their Soviet-origin Cold War-era fighter aircraft programs with next-generation and next-generation capabilities thanks to the Accelerated supply of production aircraft complemented by zero-up, national aircraft development programs. India, for example, operates a fleet of over 100 MiG-21s while seeking replacements for them and other aging aircraft under the MMRCA 2.0 program and filling the gap with the purchase of the local Tejas program. Light Combat Aircraft (LCA)

In terms of capabilities, the 5th generation aircraft programs are already proving to be the favorites to replace Generation 4 / 4.5 aircraft with Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II stealth fighter program, the spearhead of the load and the change of generation. The 6th generation aircraft programs are also on the anvil looking to the future with their EIS potential planned for the end of the 2030s. Continental Europe is engaged in the development of two of these programs, namely the FCAS program led by the Franco-German-Spanish consortium and the Tempest program led by the Great Britain-Italy-Sweden triad. In the United States, the NGAD program collectively represents efforts to develop 6th generation combat aircraft powered by the upcoming Adaptive Cycle Engine (ACE) program.

Against this background, the report provides a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the top 10 fighter aircraft programs in the world, including

  • Detailed program information sheets including technical specifications, production numbers, variants and major global operators

  • Global strategic orientation between OEMs for programs

  • Comprehensive comparative SWOT analysis with direct and competing aircraft programs of proportional size and class

  • Latest contract awards, upcoming aircraft competitions and program developments

  • Upgrade horizon, projected developments and prospects for programs

The report categorizes aircraft programs into light, medium and heavy jets based on their maximum take-off weight (MTOW) and compares them accordingly. In addition, the single-engine and twin-engine aircraft programs and the 4 / 4.5 and 5th generation aircraft programs were treated and compared accordingly. This is one of the few reports providing a comprehensive program-level benchmarking SWOT analysis, supported by in-depth competence and a keen sense of the field.

Main topics covered:

Section – 1 Global Top 10 Fighter Aircraft Programs – Program Origins, Profile, Snapshot and Fact Files
1. Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II
2. Boeing’s Super Hornet F / A-18E / F
3. Lockheed Martn’s F-16V Fighting Falcon Block 70
4. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II JSF
5. Dassault Rafale
6. Eurofighter Typhoon
7. JAS 39 Gripen E / F from Saab
8. Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker
9. MiG-35 Fulcrum
10. The mighty J-20 dragon of Chengdu
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  • Origins of the program

  • The main role

  • Technical specifications

  • Developed variants

  • Program schedules

  • Units produced

  • Current program status, upgrade horizon, planned developments and prospects for programs

  • Key operators, program partners and export customers

Section – 2 Top 10 Global Fighter Aircraft Programs – Specifications, Armaments, Performance and Comparative Overview
1. Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II
2. Boeing’s Super Hornet F / A-18E / F
3. Lockheed Martn’s F-16V Fighting Falcon Block 70
4. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II JSF
5. Dassault Rafale
6. Eurofighter Typhoon
7. JAS 39 Gripen E / F from Saab
8. Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker
9. MiG-35 Fulcrum
10. The mighty J-20 dragon of Chengdu

Section – 3 SWOT Analysis – For Top 10 Fighter Aircraft Programs in the World
1. Boeing’s Super Hornet F / A-18E / F
2. Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II
3. Lockheed Martin’s F-16V Fighting Falcon Block 70
4. Dassault Rafale
5. Eurofighter Typhoon
6. JAS 39 Gripen from SAAB
7. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)
8. Su-35 from Sukhoi
9. MiG-35
10. D-20 from Chengdu

Section – Evolution, progression and current strategy of the 4 programs among the respective OEMs
1. Boeing’s F / A-18 E / F Super Hornet
2. Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II
3. Lockheed Martin’s F-16V Fighting Falcon Block 70
4. Dassault Rafale
5. Eurofighter Typhoon
6. JAS 39 Gripen from SAAB
7. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)
8. Su-35 from Sukhoi
9. MiG-35
10. D-20 from Chengdu

Section – 5 Comparative Analysis of Forces
1. Boeing’s Super Hornet F / A-18 E / F
2. Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II
3. Lockheed Martin’s F-16V Fighting Falcon Block 70
4. Dassault Rafale
5. Eurofighter Typhoon
6. JAS 39 Gripen from SAAB
7. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)
8. Su-35 from Sukhoi
9. MiG-35
10. D-20 from Chengdu

Section – 6 Comparative analysis of weaknesses
1. Boeing’s F / A-18 E / F Super Hornet
2. Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II
3. Lockheed Martin’s F-16V Fighting Falcon Block 70
4. Dassault Rafale
5. Eurofighter Typhoon
6. JAS 39 Gripen from SAAB
7. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)
8. Su-35 from Sukhoi
9. MiG-35
10. D-20 from Chengdu

Section – 7 key strategic initiatives, upgrade horizon, projected developments and outlook for programs – Key contract awards, competitions and technology upgrade plans

Section – 8 Global Fighter Aircraft Market – Force Field Analysis – Analysis of driving and restraining forces and their overall dynamics

  • Driving forces

  • Holding forces

Section – 9 Key Trends, Issues and Challenges and Growth Opportunities

Section – 10 Market Outlook and Scenario for Medium Term Fighter Aircraft Programs

  • Emerging market scenario analysis for fighter jets

  • Global Demand Outlook for Fighter Jets – Projections

  • Global Defense Budget Trend

  • Defense Spending Levels in Key Markets – Top 5 Nations

  • Main upcoming fighter jet programs and competitions

  • Emerging and Changing Technologies and Sixth Generation Aircraft Programs – Round Up

  • Market outlook

For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/juju6p

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AAA Rewards Ohio Elementary School Safety Program https://midilocator.com/2021/09/20/aaa-rewards-ohio-elementary-school-safety-program/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/20/aaa-rewards-ohio-elementary-school-safety-program/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 22:27:00 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/20/aaa-rewards-ohio-elementary-school-safety-program/ The school is now one of 10 schools across the country and one of only two in Ohio to receive the AAA grant to be used as part of the program.

PERRYSBURG, Ohio – Toth Elementary School in Perrysburg has just received a boost to help maintain and expand the school’s safety program.

The program is 100% volunteer-based and third and fourth graders take time out of their school day to make sure their classmates get in and out of school safely every day.

“We have a lot of kids riding bikes or walking. And we have wonderful third and fourth graders helping these kids cross the streets safely and making sure they’re looking both ways.” Toth’s security program said. coordinator, Jason Koval.

The Toth Elementary School Safety Patrol program has been in place for over a decade. The school is now one of 10 schools across the country and one of only two in Ohio to receive a $ 500 grant from the AAA to be used as part of the program.

“We are very proud of our School Safety Patrol program and think it is so important. The school is able to use the check to improve or improve their program, whether it’s buying more equipment or providing more training for students, ”said Kara Hitchens. , senior specialist at AAA.

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Koval said the school had more than 40 students on security patrol this year, about double what they’re used to. He says the grant will certainly help expand the program.

“A lot of the cost, usually in a year, goes to our vests and our panels and all that sort of thing. We’re looking for ways to go way beyond that, where we maybe have an electronic panel or something different. , is my goal. I don’t know what we’ll end up doing specifically, ”Koval said.

Hitchens and Koval claim that students in the program learn life and leadership skills by teaching their peers about road safety and traffic rules.

“We train these students to teach other students and keep an eye on them, especially the younger ones, about road safety and safety when they come to and from school,” Hitchens said.

“All of these kids are leaders throughout the building and the kids look up to them. To have that security patrol vest, these kids think it’s like the superhero costume. They love and want those same things and skills. that these children have, ”says Koval.

Before finalizing where the money will be used, he said children will be asked to give their ideas on what they think the program needs.

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DSNAP program for residents to recover food lost during Ida begins Monday https://midilocator.com/2021/09/20/dsnap-program-for-residents-to-recover-food-lost-during-ida-begins-monday/ https://midilocator.com/2021/09/20/dsnap-program-for-residents-to-recover-food-lost-during-ida-begins-monday/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 11:08:23 +0000 https://midilocator.com/2021/09/20/dsnap-program-for-residents-to-recover-food-lost-during-ida-begins-monday/

BATON ROUGE – Those who lost food due to the impact of Hurricane Ida can apply for food assistance to help replace lost items.

According to the Louisiana Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS), a number of Louisiana residents in 25 parishes will be considered eligible for assistance with Supplementary Nutritional Assistance Program operations in the event of disaster (DSNAP).

But these people need to seek help when the time is right.

Application dates

Given the health concerns associated with COVID-19, DSNAP requests are processed by telephone and benefit cards are mailed to approved applicants.

Residents were assigned a day, based on the first letter of their last name, to apply and pass an interview for DSNAP.

The schedule is displayed below.

Phase 1

September 20 – 25

East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberia, Orleans, Pointe Coupée, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, Washington, West Baton Rouge, West Feliciana

Phase 2

September 27 – October 2

Ascension, Assumption, Iberville, Jefferson, Livingston, Plaquemines, Sainte-Hélène, Saint-Martin (only the postal codes of the lower parish of Saint-Martin 70339 and 70380), Sainte-Marie, Tangipahoa

Phase 3

October 4 – October 9

Lafourche, Saint-Charles, Saint-Jacques, Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Terrebonne

How to register

Those interested in applying should first register online by following the step-by-step instructions on the DSNAP pre-registration page.

Then on their designated day, residents should call the LAHelpU Customer Service Center at 1-888-524-3578 between 7:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Translation services are available for people whose primary language is not English.

Click here for more information on the application process.

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