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Chief Gordon, Cryptologic Technician -- Beyond Linguistics
 
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Linguists aren’t just interpreting and translating in America’s Navy, they are also producing intelligence reports. Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI) Chief Donna Gordon explains the role of a CTI in this video. Analyzing encrypted electronic communications. Jamming enemy radar signals. Deciphering information in foreign languages. Maintaining the state-of-the-art equipment and networks used to generate top secret intel. This is the highly specialized work of the Enlisted Sailors in the Navy Cryptology community. Learn more here: http://www.navy.com/careers/information-and-technology/cryptology.html
Views: 18398 America's Navy
Chief Gordon, Cryptologic Technician -- Language Immersion
 
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Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI) Chief Donna Gordon explains how CTIs learn foreign languages while serving in America's Navy. Analyzing encrypted electronic communications. Jamming enemy radar signals. Deciphering information in foreign languages. Maintaining the state-of-the-art equipment and networks used to generate top secret intel. This is the highly specialized work of the Enlisted Sailors in the Navy Cryptology community. Learn more here: http://www.navy.com/careers/information-and-technology/cryptology.html
Views: 11825 America's Navy
Chief Gordon, Cryptologic Technician -- Direct Support
 
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Linguists like Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI) Chief Donna Gordon have a Center of Excellence and provide Direct Support to whatever platform is in their area of expertise. CTIC Gordon explains the stability and benefits it lends to her in this video. Analyzing encrypted electronic communications. Jamming enemy radar signals. Deciphering information in foreign languages. Maintaining the state-of-the-art equipment and networks used to generate top secret intel. This is the highly specialized work of the Enlisted Sailors in the Navy Cryptology community. Learn more here: http://www.navy.com/careers/information-and-technology/cryptology.html
Views: 7661 America's Navy
Top 5 BEST Jobs in the Navy - NickyMGTV & JTsuits
 
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Top 5 BEST Navy Jobs PART 2!!!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4ib0MbF8Yk&t=25s JTsuits Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31GG7N0e1fk This is a video discussing our opinion on the top 5 navy rates based on our experiences. social media instagram:nickymgtv snapchat:emseagray If you have any questions or comments please let me know so I can include them in future videos!
Views: 201939 NICKY MGTV
CTRC Jeremy T. Crandall
 
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Feature speaker for the VietNow's MIA program on September 12, 2014 was Navy Chief Petty Officer Jeremy T. Crandal. The following was copied for the Military Times . Chief Cryptologic Technician (Collection) Jeremy Crandall is described by superiors and subordinates as a humble leader driven by a desire to see sailors develop and succeed. Crandall’s career as a cryptologic technician is storied. He had fewer than two years in uniform when, on April 1, 2001, he was one of 24 crew members detained by China after a collision between their EP-3E ARIES II signals intelligence aircraft and a Chinese J-8II interceptor fighter forced an emergency landing. In the long 11 days that followed, he witnessed the "strong and selfless leadership" of a senior enlisted crew member who helped get the team through its harrowing ordeal. This example had a lasting impression on Crandall, who cites this as the defining model of his own career. Crandall has spent much of the past 15 years encouraging and enabling at-risk sailors who face dire circumstances of their own. Most recently, the chief created BALLAST, a wide-ranging program centered on 342 hours of classroom instruction covering everything from financial management and drug/alcohol awareness to naval history and professional appearance. The program also features 18 hours of community service. Named after the ballast used to keep a ship upright and afloat, the program is nearing completion of its first year. Though it was originally designed to correct and direct at-risk sailors, the program has gained popularity among enlisted leaders and now has a waiting list of volunteers who look to grow personally and professionally. “Chief Crandall is a strong example of what it means to be a Navy chief. He has the attention of his subordinates, the respect of his fellow chiefs, the support of the ship’s officers and the trust of his commander.” Capt. Karl Thomas, Abraham Lincoln’s commanding officer There is little need for a cryptologic technician while a nuclear-powered carrier goes through the three-year Refueling and Complex Overhaul. Instead of coasting through this tour, Crandall stepped up to take charge of the ship's security forces. In that role, he leads one of the ship’s largest divisions – 128 sailors representing 22 different ratings. The division has achieved a 70 percent advancement rate and 90 percent retention rate, and 36 sailors have earned individual warfare qualifications. The chief’s selfless service does not end when he departs the carrier. The Civil War buff has more than four dozen volunteer hours as a historical guide in Lee Hall Mansion in Newport News, Virginia. Crandall also mentors dozens of youths at his local church, and does so while maintaining a 3.90 grade point average in pursuit of his bachelor’s degree in history from Southern New Hampshire University, where he was recently inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society that recognizes high academic achievement. Crandall's warfare qualifications include the Enlisted Information Dominance Warfare Specialist, Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist, Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist and Naval Aircrewman designations, and his personal awards include the Air Medal, Navy Commendation Medals and the Navy Achievement Medal. Please join Military Times as we salute CTRC Jeremy T. Crandall as the 2014 Navy Times Sailor of the Year.
Views: 451 Stephen King
NAVY JOBS THAT PAY THE MOST?!
 
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This video I discuss some of the jobs that will pay more than others and how this works. Social Media: Instagram: NickyMGTV Snapchat: Emseagray
Views: 51733 NICKY MGTV
IWCsync Live: Cryptologic Training Forum
 
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Part of our series of live engagements, IWC Self Synchronization Live hosts CIWT/NETC Cryptologic Training leadership for a Cryptologic Training Forum. Our guests are: CAPT Bill Lintz, Commanding Officer, Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) CDR Paul Wilkes, Director of Cryptologic Training (N7), CIWT CDR Andy Newsome, Commanding Officer, IWTC Monterey CDR Christopher Eng, Commanding Officer, IWTC Corry Station LCDR Phil Hickman, Executive Officer, IWTC Corry Station More info about CIWT: http://www.netc.navy.mil/centers/ciwt/
Veteran N Transition
 
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Charles McCaffery, Director of the Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) in July 2015. The VBOC provides entrepreneurial development services such as business training, counseling, access to capital, incubation services and networking opportunities for veterans owning or considering starting a small business. Charles McCaffrey joined the U.S. Navy in 1988 as a Cryptologic Technician (Maintenance) and provided direct support to Navy assets after completing basic and advanced training at Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Corry Station in Pensacola, Florida. Charles applied for and was accepted into the Navy Reserved Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) and graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in History, Technology and Society in 1994. He was commissioned an Ensign and returned to the Cryptologic community.
Views: 40 Rodney Minor
CTR - Click Through Rate
 
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En la clase de hoy te contamos que es el CTR (click through rate) y como calcularlo en un banner. Mira mas videos en http://www.Educadot.com
Views: 1250 educadot
Electronics Technician (ET)
 
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ETs are in charge of maintaining virtually all of the Coast Guard's electronics systems from navigation systems to command, control and communication (C3) systems.
Views: 21524 GoCoastGuard
AC1 Shelly Cosman -- Moving Foward
 
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After high school, Shelly Cosman only had a Plan A: go to college, with no plans for after graduation. But when college didn't work out, her father suggested the military, so she looked into the Navy. Now an Air Traffic Control Instructor, AC1 Cosman says she doesn't know where or who she would be without the Navy. Are you considering joining the Navy? Visit navy.com to learn more about joining: http://www.navy.com/joining.html And you can join us on our social properties: www.facebook.com/USNavyLife www.twitter.com/AmericasNavy www.instagram.com/AmericasNavy http://americasnavy.tumblr.com/
Views: 6371 America's Navy
▶ 37F Psychological Operations Specialist Reserve
 
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As a member of the Army special operations community, the psychological operations specialist is primarily responsible for the analysis, development and distribution of intelligence used for information and psychological effect. For more information on how to join the world's greatest Army please go to the following link to start your online application. http://www.goarmy.com/learn/apply.html
Submariner - Cryptologic Systems
 
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An exciting role where you'll learn how to operate high-tech equipment used to intercept and analyse radio data transmissions. Learn more here: http://goo.gl/W9XYK
2014 Navy Project Architeuthis
 
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Hey all you code-breaking, cryptology-loving millennials out there –- you know who you are -– the U.S. Navy has top-secret puzzle for you to solve. You’ll have 18 days to figure it out from serial clues served up via social media and, if you’re a true super sleuth, you’ll save the world.
Views: 287 Eric Bookout
The Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
 
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The Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) is the military intelligence agency of the United States Navy. Established in 1882 primarily to advance the Navy's modernization efforts. ONI is the oldest member of the United States Intelligence Community and serves as the nation's premier source of maritime intelligence. Since the First World War, its mission has broadened to include real-time reporting on the developments and activities of foreign navies; protecting maritime resources and interests; monitoring and countering transnational maritime threats; providing technical, operational, and tactical support to the U.S. Navy and its partners; and surveying the global maritime environment. ONI employs over 3,000 military and civilian personnel worldwide and is headquartered at the National Maritime Intelligence Center in Suitland, Maryland. Credits: James Hamill
Views: 15281 TRAJAN5022
CT NAVY SAILOR & SHIPMATES - U.S.S. FITZGERALD - 7 MEMORIAL
 
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A DKL PRODUCTION "in a place called Connecticut" DKL The U.S. Navy identified the Seven Sailors including a Watertown "OAKVILLE" Connecticut Resident NGOC T TRUONG HUYNH who died after the ship collided with another vessel Friday. (Sleeping Sailors) on the U.S.S. Fitzgerald awoke to a Calamity at Sea! A Delay in reporting of Deadly US Destroyer collision raises questions? The Navy on Sunday revealed details of the final moments of seven sailors who died aboard a destroyer after it collided with a container ship near Japan — ripping open the warship and sending seawater gushing into the rooms where the men lay asleep. “The damage was significant. This was not a small collision,” U.S. 7th Fleet commander Vice Adm. Joseph Aucouci said at a press conference in Yokosuka. Got caught in tonights STORM! It's MONDAY NIGHT on the 19th of JUNE 2017 In the Town of Branford on SHORELINE OF CT Thunder, Lightning & the Entire & so, I was running to get out of the Rain -Well, I must of unconsciously hit my SMART PHONE (During that Time) Now I'm at my destination, inside, & after about 15 minutes- I proceeded to use my phone to make a call & on the Screen were A BUNCH of 7SSSSSSS & Dashes - Obviously, I Had LEFT IT OPEN to where the numbers are to Dial- HOW IRONIC! 7sssssss & DASHES ~ 77 - 777 - 77- OMG - My 1st Thought was (The 7 Men) (Along with Title) which I had given to this Memorial Just Had to Share... SO NOW SOME (INTERESTING RESEARCH) LET US TALK ABOUT THE 7 - WELL (ONE) OF THE BIBLICAL MEANINGS IS (DIVINE PERFECTION) (SEE BIBLE) FOR THE NUMBER 7 HAS SEVERAL MEANINGS SUCH AS 7 ANGELS WITH 7 TRUMPETS; furthermore., WE HAVE THESE 7 LOSSES, WHICH WILLFULLY LEADS ME TO THE BIBLICAL SYMBOLISM OF THE 7 For we can be Comforted, according to the Biblical Writings, KNOWING THAT THERE ARE THOSE HOLY MEANINGS BEHIND THE 7 AMONGST THE LOVE OF OUR BROTHERS! FOR THE HOLY NUMBER 7 is used in the Bible more than 700 Times! JESUS IS THE SEVEN-FOLD "I AM" IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN SO WHAT I AM LEADING TO (7 NAVY SHIPMATES TOGETHER) LORD, LET US BE COVERED BY YOUR STRENGTH & PEACE WITHIN FOR OUR 7 NAVY SHIPMATES ARE NOW IN YOUR ETERNAL PLACE although a heartbreaking loss let us just say that HEAVEN TRULY HOLDS A NEW 7 ..... The 7 Navy SHipMates - & that is Faith written by DKL The FLAG Photography is by DKL/LadyRanger Thanks 🙏 For Watching & Prayers Remain Please, Feel free to comment if you choose
Views: 1060 Debra Kay Levi
Why I Serve: EM1 Jason Daniels
 
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Electrician's Mates 1st Class Jason Daniels, from Ocala, Fla. shares the reason why he serves in the U.S. Navy. On any given day there are more than 380,000 Sailors ready to defend America, around the world and around the clock. From diverse backgrounds, they join the Navy to serve their country with honor, courage and commitment. For each Sailor, the drive to serve is different. The #WhyIServe campaign provides Sailors an opportunity to share their personal "why I serve" statements. Sailors are invited to join the #WhyIServe campaign. Get on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Google+ and using the hashtag #WhyIServe, share your photos, videos and statements with us.we may pick you for our next #WhyIServe blog!
Views: 832 U.S. Navy
The Importance of Cyber Security
 
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Information Technology Specialists play a vital role in the Navy's Cyber Security readiness.
Views: 1399 U.S. Navy
Switching from Reserve to Active Duty Navy
 
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It has been 2 years since I have made a video, but I have recently been inspired to get back to it. I am switiching from Navy Reserves to Active duty and I wanted to put as much information out there as I can to help others do the same. This is the link to the page where you can find the current Rate Quotas for the RC to AC program click the link at the bottom the page labled... RC to AC/FTS Quotas: http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/enlisted/community/selres/Pages/EnlistedReserveOpportunities.aspx This is the link to where I found my ECM click on your comunity on the left (Information Dominance, Aviation, etc.) then click on your rate. Some where at the top of your page there should be a link to your "Community Overview" there you will find the phone number to contact your "ECM TECHAD". Give them a call be respectful (it is usually a master chief) and tell them that you are looking to switch from reserve to active duty. : http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/enlisted/community/Pages/default.aspx I will most likely make another video about this process in a week or so once I know more about it. If there are any other videos you would like to see about any random question you might have just ask.
Views: 12108 Navy Dave
Welcome to Navy Boot Camp
 
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The U.S. Navy currently operates boot camp at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, located at Naval Station Great Lakes, near North Chicago, Illinois. Instead of having Drill Sergeants or Drill Instructors like other branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, the U.S. Navy has RDCs (Recruit Division Commanders) that are assigned to each division. Training lasts approximately eight weeks (although some recruits will spend as many as nine weeks in training due to the somewhat complicated processing cycle). Days are counted by a system that lists the week and day that they are on, for example 7-3 for week 7 day 3. The first approximate week is counted P-1, P-2, etc. which denotes that it is a processing day and does not count as part of their 8-week training period. Recruits are instructed on military drill, basic seamanship, basic shipboard damage control, firefighting, familiarization with the M9 pistol and Mossberg 500 shotgun (the Navy no longer gives instruction on the M-16 in boot camp), pass the confidence chamber (tear gas filled chamber), PT, and the basic essentials on Navy life. Recruits also attend many classes throughout boot camp on subjects such as Equal Opportunity, Sexual Assault Victim Intervention, Uniform Code Of Military Justice, recognition of naval aircraft and vessels, and more. In order for recruits to pass boot camp, they will be physically and mentally tested on a 12-hour exercise called Battle Stations which consists of 12 different scenarios consisting of firefighting, first aid knowledge, survival at sea, mass casualties, shipboard flood control, bomb detection and many other skills that they have been learning in the past 7 weeks. After completion of boot camp, freshly minted Sailors are sent either to various "A" Schools located across the United States, where they begin training to receive their ratings (jobs) or to apprenticeship training, where they then enter the fleet without a designation. The Navy formerly operated Recruit Training Centers in San Diego, California; Orlando, Florida; Meridian, Mississippi; and Port Deposit (Bainbridge), Maryland. From 1942 to 1946 the Navy had two additional training sites. Naval Training Station (USNTS Sampson) (in 1950 renamed Sampson Air Force Base) near Seneca Lake, NY trained over 400,000 recruits. as well as Farragut Naval Training Station in Bayview, Idaho.
Views: 694068 PUBLIC DOMAIN TV
Veteran, OC Businesswoman To Be Honored At White House Tuesday
 
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Veteran, OC Businesswoman To Be Honored At White House Tuesday Martha Daniel is one of ten former female veterans being honored at the White House Tuesday. Martha Daniel spoke to KCAL9′s Adrianna Weingold about the honor. Daniel is being hailed as a Champion of Change, for her work in the field of cyber security. She started her career nearly four decades ago as a cryptologist in the US Navy, intercepting communications in highly classified projects. "Especially the career that I was in there were very few women that were allowed back into that area of cryptology, so that made it a challenge for sure," says Daniel. She now oversees more than 70 employees at four offices from Southern California to Mississippi and Washington DC as president and CEO of IMRI Technology and Engineering Solutions. "I'm honored just by the fact that veterans in general are being recognized in this nation for the work that we've done to keep everybody safe," says Daniel. On Tuesday comes another milestone. She's being honored by the White House for her work in business but also her work empowering and inspiring other women of all ages, some veterans, and even her own daughter, who's now the COO of her company. "My mother is my greatest role model. And so for her to be recognized for others to be a part of what I already know about her is great," said Maronya Scharf, Daniel's daughter. But despite her success, the mother of 9 has never lost her sense of community or purpose. She helps other female veterans find jobs when they come home. "They have good standards, they have very very dedicated time, they're punctual, they're dedicated because they're trained to do that. They're not people who slack on their jobs, they show up and really take pride in it," she says of her fellow veterans.
Views: 521 dizi tv
I Can Haz Requirements?: Requirements and CTI Program Success - SANS CTI Summit 2018
 
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The hype around cyber threat intelligence (CTI) programs of both corporate and security companies tends to minimize the importance of the first stage of the intelligence process: the creation of requirements. Without clearly defined intelligence requirements, CTI programs can quickly flounder, without clear direction to drive such critical areas as vendor procurement and intelligence collection management, among others. This talk will examine the practical application of traditional intelligence requirement management from the defense/intelligence community to private sector organizations. This includes providing the tools to successfully create, establish, and re-examine intelligence requirements that ultimately fill intelligence gaps, drive successful intelligence collection, and supply timely and relevant production of intelligence to customers and stakeholders. Speaker Bio: Michael Rea (@ComradeCookie), Senior Security Researcher, McAfee Michael Rea is currently a senior security researcher at McAfee focusing on EMEA threats. Prior to his role at McAfee, he was a cyber threat intelligence analyst at United Health Group. He served in the U.S. Navy as an intelligence analyst in positions afloat and ashore, including in the U.S. Cyber Command.
CT-Analyst: When Minutes Count
 
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The Naval Research Laboratory supported both the 2009 and 2013 Presidential Inaugurations with a technology called CT-Analyst, developed by researchers in the Laboratory for Computational Physics and Fluid Dynamics. In the event of a chemical, biological, or radiological incident, CT-Analyst is designed to provide first-responders with a tool that can provides accurate, instantaneous, three-dimensional predictions of chemical, biological, & radiological agent transport in urban settings. CT-Analyst can provide answers to first responders in approximately 0.05 seconds versus computational fluid dynamics models, which can take one to two hours to run per scenario. CT-Analyst also provides more detailed information, quicker, and with better results than industry accepted "Puff/Plume" models that take several minutes to run. Interested in licensing this technology? Visit the NRL Technology Transfer Office to learn more: http://www.nrl.navy.mil/techtransfer/fs.php?fs_id=IT05. For more NRL videos, visit http://www.nrl.navy.mil/media/videos/. Credit: NRL Technology Transfer Office and Technical Information Services
Views: 2331 USNRL
SeaBees on Deployment
 
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Command Master Chief Jason Holden, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, talks about the mission his Sailors are executing while deployed to the 7th Fleet area of responsibility. NMCB 4 recently deployed to Okinawa as the forward deployed NMCB, ready to support Major Combat Operations, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief operations. They provide general engineering and civil support to Navy, Marine Corps and joint operational forces. Homeported out of Port Hueneme, Calif., NMCB 4 has 10 detached sites deployed throughout the United States and Western Pacific area of operations. (U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Dominique M. Lasco)
Views: 5901 U.S. Navy
Damage Controlman Jameson Siegrist -- Required Training
 
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Learning basic firefighting skills is required of all Sailors during Boot Camp. They learn about the different classifications of fires, Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD) and more. Damage Controlman First Class Jameson Siegrist explains the importance of this essential training for all new recruits. Are you considering a career in the Navy? Visit navy.com to learn more about joining: http://www.navy.com/joining.html And you can join us on our social properties: www.facebook.com/USNavyLife www.twitter.com/AmericasNavy www.instagram.com/AmericasNavy http://americasnavy.tumblr.com/
Views: 9734 America's Navy
US Navy Information Dominance Corps.mp4
 
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A description of the Information Dominance Corps, its members and their roles within the U.S. Navy. Check out my site at http://mattcegelske.com
Views: 1507 Matt Cegelske
Headlines for Thursday, July 16, 2015 (HL 16)
 
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Receive an email notification when profile sheets are released. Seabees revitalize Colombian community. USS George Washington welcomes distinguished visitors aboard during Talisman Sabre.
Views: 170 U.S. Navy
There Couldn't Be a Better Job, Sgt. Caleb Fletcher
 
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Caleb Fletcher explains why he joined the Army.
Armin Medosch- Artist & Curator
 
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MFA Computer Art, MFA Fine Arts and BFA Visual & Critical Studies present artist and curator Armin Medosch discussing his book, New Tendencies: Art at the Threshold of the Information Revolution (1961 – 1978), which was recently published by MIT Press. Armin Medosch, Ph.D., is a Vienna-based artist, curator and scholar working in art and media theory. In 2014, he curated the international exhibition "Fields" for the Riga European Capital of Culture, and is initiator of the Technopolitics working group in Vienna. The event is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum New York and the Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria.
Accredited sonography schools in CT
 
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Lear more about the certificate sonography program in CT http://www.ultrasoundtechniciancenter.org/state/accredited-ultrasound-technician-schools-in-connecticut.html If you want to take an Associate’s Degree program, click the following link: http://www.ultrasoundtechniciancenter.org/search-by-degree/associates-degree-in-sonography-guide.html A: Hey Bradley, how are you? B: Hi Marc, I’m doing great. How about you? A: I was doing research on accredited sonography schools in Connecticut and found that there was only one that is accredited by CAAHEP. B: What school is that? A: It’s called Yale-New Haven Hospital and offers certificate courses for cardiac and general sonography. B: Certificate programs take 12 months to complete, right? A: Yes. It’s open to people who have taken a medical course before, or are working in a medical occupation. Are you interested in studying sonography as well? B: You got me. I am, actually. A: You can use the website ultrasoundtechniciancenter.org for additional research. It will really help you if you are interested. B: Thanks! Follow us: https://www.youtube.com/user/becomesonographers/about http://feeds.feedburner.com/UltrasoundTechnicianCenterorg https://twitter.com/LisaParmley1 https://www.facebook.com/UltrasoundTechnicianCenter/ https://plus.google.com/+UltrasoundtechniciancenterOrg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOqTpQ9qv-U
Views: 37 Lisa Parmley
Signals Operator Linguist
 
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Can you keep a secret? Are you good at problem solving? Do you want to be paid to learn a foreign language? If so, then a career in the Air Force as a Signals Operator Linguist is for you. Learn More: http://goo.gl/DaRva
United States Army Airborne School
 
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The United States Army Airborne School — widely known as Jump School — conducts the basic paratrooper training for the United States armed forces. It is operated by the 1st Battalion, 507th Infantry, United States Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia. The Airborne School conducts the Basic Airborne Course, which is open to troops of both genders from all branches of the United States Department of Defense and allied military personnel. The purpose of the Basic Airborne Course is to qualify the student in the use of the parachute as a means of combat deployment and to develop leadership, self-confidence, and an aggressive spirit through mental and physical conditioning. All students must volunteer to attend the course. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 140 Audiopedia
SPART*A Celebrates LGBT History Month: October 10th Jase Daniels
 
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Jase Daniels is a United States Navy Hebrew linguist who was discharged from the military twice under the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. Daniels served from 2001 to 2005 and again from 2006 to 2007. After coming out publicly in the Stars and Stripes newspaper, Daniels publicly challenged "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" which prohibited lesbian, gay and bisexual service members from serving openly. Daniels was featured in a Newsweek article September 27, 2010 and on September 4, 2011 in the New York Times expressing interest in returning to Active Duty. Daniels returned to active duty in the United States Navy on December 12, 2011 and is believed to be one of two service members to return to active duty post-Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Daniels was also a founding member of SPART*A, and served on the interim board of directors as the IT Director.
Views: 85 SPART*A
Military Service Veterans an Untapped Technical Pool for Recruitment B
 
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Skip the Resumes and Connect With One of the Largest Untapped Leadership Talent Pools on the Planet - military veterans! http://hir.vu/vets Discover the Best Talent, Faster, With HireVue Video Inteligence Software https://www.hirevue.com/ HireVue’s platform captures video and uses artificial intelligence to give you more insight into candidates, so you can make better decisions. Let’s get social 📱- Twitter: http://hir.vu/TW Facebook: http://hir.vu/FB LinkedIn: http://hir.vu/LI Instagram: http://hir.vu/Insta Google+: http://hir.vu/GP Pinterest: http://hir.vu/Pin
Views: 31 HireVue
Dennis Wilson, Admiral Joe Maguire, Peter Rooney & Missy Rodriguez
 
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Steve Adubato talks with Dennis Wilson, President & CEO of Delta Dental of NJ, about the Delta Dental’s Foundation and the grants and scholarships it provides for students who are showing commitment to providing dental care to underserved populations. Steve Adubato speaks with Adm. Joe Maguire from the Special Operations Warrior Foundation about the organization's mission to support the children of wounded and fallen special operations service members. Steve Adubato goes on-location to the Landscape of Life Meditation Garden dedication to talk with NJ Sharing Network’s Chairman Peter Rooney about how the loss of his father made him become an advocate for organ and tissue donation. In addition, Missy Rodriguez, a liver transplant recipient, explains how she is now giving back to others through the Missy’s Miracle Scholarship Fund. 10/25/16 #1913
Views: 31 Steve Adubato