New Zealand Navy to Decommission Principal Hydrographic Survey Vessel

first_img View post tag: Principal Back to overview,Home naval-today New Zealand Navy to Decommission Principal Hydrographic Survey Vessel View post tag: Hydrographic HMNZS RESOLUTION, the RNZN’s principal hydrographic survey vessel will decommission from service at a formal ceremony in the Devonport Naval Base on Friday 27 April 2012.Media are invited to the event which will be attended by the Chief of Navy and other senior military dignitaries. During the ceremony the Ship’s New Zealand White Ensign will be lowered and the entire ship’s company will march off the ship, with the final person to depart being the Commanding Officer.“The ceremony on Friday will provide a fitting closure for this unique ship that has served the people of New Zealand admirably,” says Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Tony Parr.The last act of the ceremony will be the Commanding Officer returning the symbol of Command for HMNZS RESOLUTION – ‘Tewhatewha’, to the Chief of Navy. Each RNZN ship carries a symbol of command, which is passed between Commanding Officers. RESOLUTION has a Tewhatewha (or small axe) as its symbol, which will be returned to the Navy Museum on completion of the decommissioning events.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , April 26, 2012; Image: navy New Zealand Navy to Decommission Principal Hydrographic Survey Vessel April 26, 2012 View post tag: New View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topiccenter_img View post tag: Decommission View post tag: Zealand View post tag: survey Industry news View post tag: vessel View post tag: Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

Google says Chrome cookie replacement plan making progress

first_imgLONDON (AP) — Google says it’s making progress on its plan to revamp Chrome user tracking technology aimed at improving privacy even as it faces challenges from regulators and officials. The company gave an update Monday on its work to remove from its Chrome browser so-called third-party cookies, which are used by a website’s advertisers or partners and can be used to track user browsing habist across the internet. They’ve been a longtime source of privacy concerns and Google said a year ago that it would do away with them, in an announcement that shook up the online advertising industry. In a blog post, Google said the proposals will “help publishers and advertisers succeed while also protecting people’s privacy as they move across the web.”last_img