The toxic Greek thinking...? What does my eye colour, skin colour and thickness of my lips have to do with my Intelligence?? 🙇
~The sad part in all of this is that Their (Greeks) ruling us from the grave today. 😑 Ever wondered why you think of others the way you do?
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BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair has been awarded $139.8 million to repair and modernize the USS Tortuga LSD-46, a Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship.
The deal, announced on Nov 14, by the Department of Defense, is classified as a firm-fixed-price contract, meaning, BAE Systems will not be reimbursed for potential additional costs while executing the contract.
Earlier this year, the USS Tortuga participated in the 23rd annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training, or CARAT, exercise series between the Royal Thai Navy and the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps in Sattahip, Thailand, which seeks to strengthen partnerships between naval forces across South and Southeast Asia.
In 2013, the USS Tortuga underwent a "hull swap," or ship rotation, with the USS Ashland LSD-48. The hull swap is part of the Navy's long-range plan to replace older naval ships assigned to forward deployed naval forces with newer or more capable ships that have undergone modifications and upgrades.
The deal between the Navy and BAE Systems has options attached to the contract which if exercised could bring the totality of the contract to more than $183.7 million.
Work on the contract will be performed in Norfolk, Va., and is expected to be completed by May 2019.
Super cool kids. Some of their TKD photos. Blessed to see these two grow and be around them more. We have dance and TKD M-S. It’s not the easiest schedule for myself and Melissa. One top of that I have appointments and a team to run and @melissalorico has her hustle going on. Leverage and time management is key. #systems#leverage#enjoylife#buildyourlegacy