Spanish Navy’s Reina Sofía to Join SNMG-2

first_img Spanish Navy’s Reina Sofía to Join SNMG-2 View post tag: Spanish Navy Authorities View post tag: News by topic The Spanish Navy’s frigate ‘Reina Sofía’ (F-84) has just departed from Rota Naval Base towards the Mediterranean to integrate into the Second Standing NATO Maritime Group (SNMG-2) whose mission is to enhance and warrant the security in that Sea.During her deployment in the NATO Task Group, the ‘Reina Sofía’ will call at the following foreign ports: Aksaz and Antalya (Turkey) and Alexandria (Egypt).The SNMG-2, where another Spanish Navy frigate is also integrated (the F-102), is scheduled to participate in exercise ‘Noble Mariner 14’ in the Alborán Sea and in the Turkish manoeuvers ‘Mabi-Valina’ in Eastern Mediterranean.The frigate’s complement is made up of a total of 212 people including the embarked Air Unit personnel for the SH-60B helicopter and a Marine Corps security squad.[mappress mapid=”14085″]Image: Spanish Navy View post tag: Navy View post tag: join View post tag: Reina Sofíacenter_img View post tag: europe Back to overview,Home naval-today Spanish Navy’s Reina Sofía to Join SNMG-2 October 16, 2014 View post tag: SNMG-2 View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

Mansion with “wow factor” has seven bedrooms, paved rooftop, and handmade copper front door

first_img25 Legal St, Sunnybank.A luxurious three-storey mansion in this southeast Queensland suburb is so extravagant it even has a custom designed handmade copper front door. The paved rooftop at 25 Legal St, Sunnybank.There is a spacious paved rooftop with a barbecue to entertain guests.The entrance of the home features an imported chandelier. 25 Legal St, Sunnybank.The property features a steam room, sauna room and spas, a home theatre, saltwater pool with waterfalls and a heated spa. 25 Legal St, Sunnybank. The kids would love this room at 25 Legal St, Sunnybank. A fine place to unwind at 25 Legal St, Sunnybank. 25 Legal St, Sunnybank.Yong Real Estate — Sunnybank Hills agent Sue Ye said the couple had decided to sell the massive home as their children had all grown up.“The house is too big and they are downsizing,” Ms Ye said. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoThe ultimate bathroom at 25 Legal St, Sunnybank.The seven-bedroom, six-bathroom concrete home at 25 Legal St, Sunnybank is currently owned by retired restaurant owners from Taiwan. The large kitchen at 25 Legal St, Sunnybank. 25 Legal St, Sunnybank.Ms Ye said a range of buyers would be keen on the property as it was in an ideal location, close to public transport and local shopping centres.“The location for this property is definitely a drawcard,” she said.The property has also been listed with Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty. 25 Legal St, Sunnybank.last_img read more

Tipp Ladies ready for Senior ranks

first_imgPhoto © Stephen Gleeson The All Ireland winning Tipperary Ladies Football team has the ability to perform at senior level.That’s the view of one of the sides most experienced players Mairead Morrissey following their win over Tyrone in yesterdays final.Speaking to Tipp FM’s Stephen Gleeson after the game in Croke Park she said the there is the talent in the Premier County to make the step up to the senior ranks next year. The victorious Tipp team is due to arrive in Ardfinnan at around 6.30 this evening with a major homecoming celebration planned for the Green.last_img read more