The Images of War series is one of the most successful products in military history publishing with this addition to the series following that very popular format to the highest standards. By combining low cost with outstanding images and excellent concise text this photo-review of the USMC in Vietnam will be highly successful. – Very Highly Recommended.
The popularity of wargames has been increasing and it is a part of the total process. This book provides a beautifully illustrated guide to modelling terrain and buildings that is suitable for the most experienced and the novices. It covers the Middle East and North Africa from Ancient History to Modern History. – Highly Recommended.
This original and superbly illustrated account of how London survived between 1940 and 1945 breaks new ground. Much has been written about London during WWII, but this is the first comprehensive account of how a new range of emergency services fought nature and the Luftwaffe and won. – Most Highly Recommended.
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Welcome to the PEMSEA Blue Economy Bulletin for June 2020. The first half of 2020 saw the rise of COVID-19 throughout the world, including the East Asian region. This has slowed down the pace of the implementation of blue economy plans and programs, but at the same time has provided the space to recalibrate economies to better utilize blue economy approaches. PEMSEA has continued to work during this period, and a new Secretary General has been named for the PEMSEA Network of Local Governments (PNLG), who has pledged to help boost blue economy implementation in the region at the local level. We also share a paper on integrating blue economy principles into the governing framework of Timor-Leste, and progress in the ATSEA-2 project, which is working towards achieving a blue economy in the Arafura and Timor seas.
Governments have the power to solve a growing humanitarian crisis and must take action to bring seafarers home and allow their relief crews to join ships. “Get our hero seafarers home” was the plea from panelists during a webinar (26 June) hosted by IMO on the occasion of the Day of the Seafarer. IMO, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) urged countries to implement protocols on safe crew change developed by the maritime industry and circulated by IMO.
The Middle East Navigation Aids Service (MENAS) has recently invested $20,000 in upgrading its Aids to Navigation (AtoN) in the Middle East Gulf despite some ship owners still not paying navigational dues that are owed.
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