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Translations: – English – 汉语 – tiếng Việt – Español – Italiano – Français – Português – română – Deutsch– Suomi – Svenska – Čeština – Русско -Íslenska – Nederlands – Audio Version Az új kapitány ruhástul a vízbe vetette magát a fedélzetről és teljes sebességgel úszni kezdett. A volt vízimentő, szemét mindvégig az áldozaton tartva, egyenesen a lehorgonyzott vitorlás és [...]
UPDATE: The fine people at Datrex sent me a Rescue PLB1 to try for myself. I loved it. It handled well – even in some pretty chilly water. Full report up soon; but in this [...]
There is a value to pushing the limits and expectations on students that has been lost because the training community failed to define the value inherent in these methods. In not applying a performance objective [...]
This is a post where I feel compelled to put the disclaimer right up front: The views and opinions expressed by the author are not necessarily those of the Department of Homeland Security or the [...]
Translations: - Norsk 汉语 - tiếng Việt - Español - Italiano - Français - Magyar - Português - română - Deutsch - Suomi - Svenska - Čeština - Русско -Íslenska - Nederlands - Audio Version Ο καινούριος καπετάνιος πήδηξε από το κατάστρωμα με τα ρούχα και άρχισε να κολυμπάει με ταχύτητα. Πρώην ναυαγοσώστης, κρατούσε τα μάτια του πάνω στο θύμα καθώς κατευθυνόταν προς το ζευγάρι που [...]
It's time to start writing my own letters to my children and to my friends. It is time for all of us to start writing. We shouldn't wait. As I've always looked to my parents I know now that our children always look to us with the same unanswered question just behind their hearts. "Is this it, Daddy? Am I doing good?" It's the reason they learn to say "Watch me" so young. And if you only get one thing then get this: Our children do not hold back or shrink from themselves because they are afraid to fail. They are only afraid of failing us.
Hotel employees trained in CPR helped a father revive his drowned son. Keeping a constant watch and staying in arms reach of his small child would have been a better plan, though I think he [...]
I have a confession: I'm not a big fan of data. It leaves too much information out, allows too many assumptions in, and it seems to provide more questions than answers. But if there is [...]