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Job – Trials Vehicle Crews in Newport
Location: Newport, UK
Salary: £200 – £260 Per day
Job type: Contract
Category: Defence Engineering
Job Reference: 1154720
Posted on: 22 Nov 2018
About the Role:
Trials Vehicle Crews required to be a key player within the team, providing hands-on expertise in the area of support to a test and trials programme through vehicle driving, commanding, gunnery and maintenance. The role will require close liaison and co-operation with the field trials teams. The candidate must be a team player who is prepared to lead from the front and work with a multi-national engineering team and the customer community. The individual will be required to work across geographical and cultural divides to support the delivery of a comprehensive engineering trials capability.
Typical activities will include:
* To act as vehicle driver, commander or gunner in a safe manner during the various vehicle trials in accordance with test specifications and conditions
* Assist with the commissioning of vehicle systems and test equipment and liaise with 3rd party contractors as necessary
* Liaise with domain engineering specialists with regard to trials incidents and vehicle issues
* Contribute to the writing of daily test logs through provision of feedback from conducting test serials
* Produce supporting data to DRACAS incidents and root cause investigations
* Conduct platform maintenance, repair and update maintenance records in accordance with schedule
* Provide as required support to trials readiness reviews for individual trials activities
The successful candidates must be willing to undergo the security vetting procedure:
* H-classification UK driving licence holder
* Proven experience with certification in crewing medium weight tracked AFVs in the roles of driver, commander and gunner
* Strong written, verbal and communication skills
* Ability to liaise with and present information to multidiscipline and multinational stakeholders
* Willing to work unsociable hours when necessary to support trials
* Willing to travel extensively within the UK and Europe (Spain)
* Familiarity with current British Army tracked and wheeled vehicles.
* Appreciation of all Defence Lines of Development
Candidates must be willing to undergo the security vetting procedure.
Modis International Ltd acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Modis International Ltd UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
20 Dec 18. Indonesia officiates military command, submarine base in South China Sea. Key Points:
- Indonesia has inaugurated a tri-service military command close to a maritime region claimed by Beijing
- The base has significantly improved the Indonesian Armed Forces’ presence in the South China Sea
The Indonesian Armed Forces (Tentara Nasional Indonesia: TNI) has officially launched a tri-service military command and a submarine forward operating base on the Natuna Islands cluster in the South China Sea. The command, which has been under development since 2014, was officiated by TNI Air Chief Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto on 18 December. It is now home to about 2,000 uniformed TNI personnel, as well as civilian support staff. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
19 Dec 18. Indian Navy accepts second JFD submarine rescue system. The second of two submarine rescue systems built for the Indian Navy (IN) by UK-headquartered subsea engineering, operations, and services group JFD has been handed over ahead of arriving in-country early next year, the company announced on 19 December. JFD was awarded a GBP193 million contract in March 2016 to provide two complete ‘flyaway’ submarine rescue systems to the IN. Each system comprises a DSAR-650L free-swimming deep submergence rescue vehicle (DSRV), launch and recovery system (LARS) equipment, a Transfer Under Pressure (TUP) system, an SMD Atom intervention remotely operated vehicle, and an EdgeTech 4200 series towed sidescan sonar, plus all logistics and support equipment required to operate the service. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
19 Dec 18. HII launches US Navy’s Virginia-class submarine Delaware. Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) has launched the US Navy’s Virginia-class submarine Delaware (SSN 791) at its Newport News Shipbuilding division. The 377ft-long,7,800t submarine was launched into the James River, having been christened by Jill Biden during a ceremony in October. Its launch follows a three-day process when HII moved the submarine out of a construction facility and into a floating dry dock using a transfer car system. The floating dry dock was then submerged when the submarine was launched into the water. Once the vessel was launched in water, it was moved to the shipyard’s submarine pier for final outfitting, testing and crew certification.
Newport News submarine construction vice-president Dave Bolcar said: “Successfully launching Delaware into the water the first time is a proud moment for the Virginia-class submarine team and the thousands of dedicated shipbuilders involved in constructing the ship.
“With this significant key event behind us, we look forward to completing construction and sea trials next year so this great warship can join the fleet and defend our nation.”
Delaware is the ninth to be delivered by its Newport News Shipbuilding division and the 18th Virginia-class submarine being built under HII’s teaming agreement with General Dynamics Electric Boat. Construction of Delaware commenced in September 2013. According to HII, the construction phase involved more than 10,000 shipbuilders from Newport News and Electric Boat. The US Navy’s Virginia-class nuclear-powered fast attack submarines will replace the Los Angeles-class submarines. Built to support a range of open-ocean and littoral missions, Virginia-class submarines are equipped with new technologies that enable increased firepower, manoeuvrability and stealth. These submarines can support multiple mission areas and possess the ability to operate at submerged speeds of more than 25k for months at a time. Once testing is complete, HII expects to deliver Delaware to the US Navy next year. (Source: naval-technology.com)
19 Dec 18. DSME hands over Thailand’s first DW3000 frigate. Key Points:
- The Royal Thai Navy has received its first South Korean-built multipurpose frigate
- The vessel will bolster the country’s anti-submarine capabilities and is on track for commissioning in 2019
South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has delivered a 122 m frigate on order for the Royal Thai Navy (RTN), the service’s public affairs and civil relations office confirmed with Jane’s on 19 December.
The vessel, which will be in service as HTMS Tachin (471) once commissioned, was ceremonially handed over to senior RTN officials and the vessel’s pioneering crew on 14 December at DSME’s facilities in Okpo, South Korea. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
14 Dec 18. Canadian Coast Guard adds first new icebreaker in 25 years. The Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) icebreaker CCGS Captain Molly Kool officially joined the fleet on 14 December, becoming the first new icebreaker for the CCG in 25 years. Captain Molly Kool is the first of three icebreakers procured by the Canadian government under a CAD610m (USD457m) contract with the Quebec-based Chantier Davie shipyard on 10 August. Under the contract Davie is converting three civilian icebreakers to meet an urgent capability gap. Captain Molly Kool underwent basic conversion work to enter CCG service in time for the 2018–19 icebreaking season, and Davie will now commence work on the remaining vessels. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
14 Dec 18. Singapore’s new stealth combatant craft breaks cover. Key Points:
- The Singapore Armed Forces is testing a stealthy new combatant craft that appears to be optimised for special operations
- The combatant craft could be a replacement for the Singapore Army’s Very Slender Vessel
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) is quietly testing a stealthy new high-speed combatant craft that appears to be designed specifically for commando infiltration/extraction and special operations, according to open source imagery reviewed by Jane’s in early December.
The images depict a light gray, twin-step planing monohull watercraft – evidently designed to optimise efficiency and stability at high speeds – with a length and beam of approximately 18 m and 4 m respectively, featuring a low-profile but fully enclosed crew cabin with the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) ensign painted amidships on the port and starboard sides, and an open aft-working deck. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
14 Dec 18. Launching of the Riachuelo, the first Brazilian Scorpène® submarine. This morning, the Brazilian Navy launched its first Brazilian-built Scorpène® submarine, the Riachuelo. The ceremony took place at the Itaguaí Navy base in presence of the President of the Federal Republic of Brazil and of the elected President. In 2009, Naval Group was entrusted by the Brazilian Navy with designing and transferring the technology for four conventional Scorpène® submarines, and for the design and manufacturing assistance for the non-nuclear part of Brazil’s first nuclear-powered submarine. The contract also included the support for the construction of a naval base and a shipyard in Brazil. The Prosub program is a key extension of the strategic defence cooperation agreement signed in December 2008 in Rio de Janeiro.
The launching of the Scorpène® Riachuelo in presence of the Brazilian head of state today demonstrates the success of this program, with both the successful completion of the first submarine and of the shipyard’s infrastructure. The latter is being built by a Brazilian company, Construtora Norberto Odebrecht (CNO), based on Naval Group specifications and on the French group’s experience in the design, production engineering and in-service support of submarines.
The Riachuelo will start sea trials in 2019 for delivery in 2020. Delivery of submarines 2, 3 and 4 will then follow every 12 to 18 months.
Strengthening the Brazilian industrial base
Since 2012, Naval Group has done considerable work to identify, select, negotiate, qualify Brazilian service providers in order to:
- feed the supplier database for equipments or products supplied by Naval Group to the Brazilian Navy;
- and to present and qualify local suppliers for the future needs of the Brazilian Navy.
This work enables the Brazilian Navy to rely more and more on a sovereign national industrial base.
It also enables the Brazilian industrial ecosystem to access new markets by promoting their “Naval Group” and “Brazilian Navy” accreditation (whose image of excellence and seriousness is highly regarded in Brazil) and to avail of the know-how and experience of the French group in the fields of project management.
Finally, ICN (Itaguaí Construções Navais) will be able to call on this panel of suppliers for its own development as part of the future maintenance and support services of the submarines.
The Scorpène®, a success story on export markets
Scorpène® is the conventional submarine designed by Naval Group for the export market. It demonstrates both Naval Group’s ability to deliver best in class submarines and to conduct successful transfers of technology. Today 14 Scorpène® submarines are in operational service or being built, for the Chilean Navy (2 units), the Malaysian Navy (2 units), the Indian Navy (6 units) and the Brazilian Navy (4 units).
The Scorpène® design is adapted to fit each navy’s specific requirements. Thus, the Brazilian Scorpène® will be slightly longer to carry a larger crew, almost double the patrol range, and be able to cover greater distances.
Scorpène® is ideally suited for action and operational effectiveness. Robust and enduring, it’s an ocean-going submarine also designed for shallow waters operations. Multipurpose, it fulfils the entire scope of missions such as anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare, special operations, offensive minelaying and intelligence gathering. Integrating improvements from French Barracuda-Class fast-attack submarine, Scorpène® has cutting-edge capabilities.
Brazilian Scorpène®’s characteristics
- Surfaced displacement: 1,600 – 2,000 t
- Length, overall: 72m
- Submerged speed > 20kts
- Diving depth > 300m
- Autonomy > 45 days
- Crew: 35
- Weapons total payload: 18
- Weapon tubes: 6
- Operational availability at sea > 240 days per year
18 Dec 18. Airbus flies first serial production H160 helo. Airbus Helicopters has flown the first serial production H160 to roll off the line at Marignane in southern France, the company announced on 18 December. The event, which took place on 14 December, marked an important milestone in the development of the H160 helicopter, which was selected in 2017 to fulfil the French military’s Hélicoptère Interarmées Léger (HIL) requirement to replace most of its current rotary-winged inventory with a single type.
This first serial production H160, which is destined for launch customer Babcock, will now join three prototype helicopters in the final steps of the flight test campaign. This will include confirming that the modifications introduced onto the serial configuration have no impact on the helicopter’s handling qualities.
The H160’s construction represents a new production method for Airbus Helicopters, with its fuselage manufactured at the company’s facility in Donauwörth in Germany, tail booms in Spain, and avionics and other dynamic components – such as gearboxes and rotorblades – at sites throughout France, including Paris and Marignane. Final assembly of the helicopters takes place at Marignane.
Under the HIL programme, the H160 will replace all helicopter types in the French military except for the NHIndustries NH90, Airbus Helicopters Tiger, and Airbus Helicopters H225M Caracal. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
18 Dec 18. HAL’s third light utility helicopter completes maiden flight. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s (HAL) third prototype light utility helicopter (LUH) has successfully performed its first flight. The helicopter is designed by HAL’s Rotary Wing Research and Design Center (RWR&DC) and weighs 3t, has a range of 350km with 400kg payload, and a 6.5km service ceiling. It was flown by retired wing commander Anil Bhambhani and captain M R Anand V M.
Commenting on the achievement, HAL CMD R Madhavan said: “LUH is now close to production clearance and HAL is confident of meeting customer requirements of the Armed Forces.”
HAL Engineering R&D director Arup Chatterjee added: “The successful completion of the first flight of the third prototype of LUH is a quantum leap and will soon replace the ageing fleet of Cheetah / Chetak.”
This flight follows after the helicopter completed a 6km altitude flight as part of envelope expansion tests.
The successful flight will also boost development flight testing and move aircraft PT1 and PT2 towards certification. It is equipped a TM/HAL Ardiden 1U/Shakti 1U single turboshaft engine and can carry six passengers with two pilots. The LUH can operate as a transport helicopter and perform reconnaissance, transport, cargo load, and rescue operations.
Principal orders are already in place for a total of 187 LUHs from HAL, with 126 helicopters for the Indian Army and the remaining 61 for the country’s Air Force.
SHAL LUH PT-1 conducted the first flight in September 2016.
The second prototype PT-2 performed its maiden flight on 22 May 2017.
The LUH will undergo high altitude cold weather trials this January. (Source: airforce-technology.com)
18 Dec 18. Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, and Team Valor marked the anniversary of the V-280 Valor’s first flight by continuing to prove the aircraft’s performance and technical maturity. As part of the U.S. Army led Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator (JMR-TD) program, the V-280 demonstrates that close collaboration between government and industry can deliver transformational speed, range and agility in vertical lift, in a fast and sustainable process.
“I am proud of the team’s remarkable accomplishments during the first year of flight,” said President and CEO Mitch Snyder. “By working with the government, we continue to prove the V-280 is the agile aircraft that our military needs now.”
In nearly 85 hours of flight and more than 180 rotor turn hours, some V-280 flight testing milestones are:
- Forward flight at 250 knots true airspeed
- In-flight transitions between cruise mode and vertical takeoff and landing
- 50-degree banked turns at 200 knots indicated airspeed
- 4500 feet per minute rate of climb and sustained flight at 11,500 feet altitude
- Single flight ferry flight of over 370 miles
- Demonstrated low and high-speed agility with fly-by-wire controls
The V-280 continues to expand the envelope in flight testing and expects to complete all the key performance parameters in the coming months, including additional low-speed agility tests and full cruise speed in forward flight.
“This anniversary is an important milestone as we provide options for the U.S. Army to meet its vision for a modernized force in the near future and regain overmatch in vertical lift,” said Vince Tobin, executive vice president for military business at Bell. “We are prepared to field a suitable, affordable and sustainable aircraft to meet that accelerated timeframe.”
With twice the speed and range of existing helicopters, the Bell V-280 Valor is digitally-designed to provide decisive battlefield advantages with superior agility, payload, and reliability that will vastly increase warfighter survivability and lethality.
17 Dec 18. Myanmar shows off Thunder fighters. The Myanmar Air Force (Tatmadaw Lay – TL) has received the first of up to 16 Pakistan Aeronautical Complex/Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation (PAC/CAC) JF-17 Thunder combat aircraft it ordered in 2015, it was disclosed on 15 December. At least four aircraft were shown on static display in a video posted online of an official airshow celebrating the TL’s 71st anniversary. With the sale announced in 2015, images of the aircraft being flight tested at CAC’s airfield in Chengdu were posted in June 2017. As recently as April, Jane’s was told that PAC is building the aircraft for Myanmar, with testing being conducted by CAC. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
14 Dec 18. German Federal Police strengthens Super Puma fleet with delivery of three H215s. These helicopters will join an existing fleet of 19 Super Pumas. The German Federal Police (Bundespolizei) has taken delivery of three heavy H215 helicopters, with a fourth to follow in June 2019. These twin-engine multi-role Super Pumas will enter operation at the beginning of 2020 supporting the Central Command for Maritime Emergencies (CCME), which oversees maritime missions off of Germany’s coast.
“The H215’s speed, long-distance performance and high availability rate in harsh conditions are well suited to meet the demanding needs of our maritime team,” said Thomas Helbig, Head of the German Federal Police Air Support. “We’ve had a long and successful experience with the versatile Super Puma, and are eager to continue flying them with this new version, the H215, which comes with a state-of-the-art glass cockpit and 4-axis autopilot.”
These aircraft will complement the German Federal Police’s existing fleet of Airbus helicopters, which includes 42 H135 family helicopters, 19 Super Pumas (AS332 L1s), 19 H155s and 8 H120s.
“Our relationship with the German Federal Police dates back more than five decades to the Alouette II and has grown to include more than 90 Airbus Helicopters today,” said Wolfgang Schoder, Airbus Helicopters’ Executive Vice President Light Helicopters and Governmental Programmes. “We’re pleased that Germany continues to place its trust in the Super Puma for its life-saving maritime and police missions.”
The German Federal Police flies its aircraft 365 days a year while performing a wide range of missions such as border protection, railway network control, maritime protection and disaster response, VIP transport and emergency medical services, among others. The H215 is a versatile and robust twin-engine helicopter that combines advanced avionics and a reliable platform for rugged multi-mission capabilities. Standard features include proven Makila 1A1 engines, the latest generation flight management system, and the most modern technologies. This includes a glass cockpit avionics system and the renowned 4-axis autopilot from Airbus Helicopters’ H225 – which provides flight envelope protection, unrivalled precision and automatic hover stability in the harshest operating conditions.
PLANT CLOSURES, JOB LOSSES AND STRIKES
18 Dec 18. Canada retires Sea King after 55 years. The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) has retired the last of its Sikorsky SH-3A (CH-124 in national service) Sea King helicopters after 55 years of operations. A final flypast of the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and anti-surface warfare (ASuW) helicopter took place on 17 December along Canada’s west coast not far from the type’s last operating station at Victoria International Airport. The Sea Kings entered service with the RCAF in 1963 and have generally been embarked on Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) frigates. The helicopters were originally procured to focus on the ASW role but are now employed as a multirole asset, undertaking search and rescue, maritime patrol, transport, utility, and other tasks. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT
17 Dec 18. UK Army and Capita have missed recruit targets since 2013, says NAO. The UK National Audit Office (NAO) has found that the British Army and its contractor Capita Business Services have failed to achieve annual targets for recruiting new soldiers and officers every year since 2013. The findings come after NAO launched an investigation into the British Army Recruiting Partnering Project. The project was established in 2012 with a £1.36bn commitment over ten years to help the army transform its approach to recruitment. It was intended to reduce recruiting costs and sign up more soldiers and officers. Capita was awarded a £495m contract to provide recruiting techniques and marketing, as well as manage the process. Through the project, the army aimed to recruit the number of soldiers, including regular and reserve officers that the service requires each year. The investigation follows concerns raised in the Comptroller and Auditor General’s reports on ensuring sufficient skilled military personnel and army by 2020.
NAO found that Capita missed the army’s annual target for regular soldiers by an average of 30%, compared with 4% in the two years before the contract began. The report said that the total shortfall each year ranged from 21% to 45% of the army’s requirements. However, Capita recruited 661 regular officers, achieving 95% of the army’s requirements in 2017-18 for recruits.
The report also detailed the problems encountered, and how the British Army and Capita responded, as well as the nation’s programme management.
In November 2017, an online recruitment system was launched by Capita, which was originally planned for introduction in July 2013. The system was also intended to be used by the Royal Navy and Air Force.
However, significant problems with the new online system also reduced the number of recruits.
Since then, the army and Capita have made significant changes to their overall approach to recruitment but still failed to achieve the desired results. Capita recruited only 2,400 regulars in the first six months of 2018-19, compared to the army’s target of 5,300. NAO’s report noted that the project will not achieve its planned savings of £267m for the UK Ministry of Defence. (Source: army-technology.com)
REST OF THE WORLD APPOINTMENTS
19 Dec 18. Royal Australian Air Force Chief of Joint Capabilities Warren McDonald has been promoted to the rank of Air Marshal. Air Marshal is the second highest active rank in the RAAF, and is considered a three-star rank. Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne acknowledged the contributions AIRMSHL McDonald and Joint Capabilities Group (JCG) have made to the Australian Defence Force. (Source: Defence Connect)
19 Dec 18. New Australian members appointed to the National Science and Tech Council. Six of the nation’s most prominent scientists, including a Nobel prize winner, have been appointed as board members of Australia’s peak science advisory body, the National Science and Technology Advisory Council.
Professors Genevieve Bell, Barbara Howlett, Geordie Williamson and Debra Henly will join professors Brian Schmidt and Ian Frazer on the National Science and Technology Advisory Council.
Announcing the appointments, the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said the members brought an impressive range of expertise to the council.
The new appointees include:
- Professor Brian Schmidt is vice-chancellor of the Australian National University. He is an astrophysicist and, among other honours, was awarded the 2011 Nobel prize in physics.
- Professor Ian Frazer is an immunologist at the University of Queensland. He is recognised as co-inventor of the technology enabling the HPV vaccines, used worldwide to help prevent cervical cancer.
- Professor Genevieve Bell is director of the 3A Institute at the ANU. She is a cultural anthropologist and technologist, best known for her work at the intersection of cultural practice and technology development.
- Professor Barbara Howlett is a leading international fungal plant pathologist at the University of Melbourne.
- Geordie Williamson is a professor of mathematics at the University of Sydney. A maths prodigy, he is a fellow of both the Royal Society and the Australian Academy of Science.
- Professor Debra Henly is deputy vice-chancellor (academic) of Griffith University in Queensland, a researcher in metabolism and diabetes, and highly-awarded pioneer of innovative learning and teaching techniques.
Other members of the council are Prime Minister Scott Morrison (chair of the council), Minister Andrews (deputy chair), Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel AO (executive officer), and Dr Larry Marshall, the chief executive of the CSIRO.
The council will focus on the key science and technology challenges facing Australia, providing expert advice on issues such as health, emerging technologies and education.
(Source: Space Connect)
14 Dec 18. Airbus names Mhun as next programs chief. Airbus (AIR.PA) on Friday named services boss Philippe Mhun as its next head of programs, succeeding defense and commercial aerospace veteran Didier Evrard, who is scheduled to retire. The move completes a tandem of top-level industrial changes at Europe’s largest aerospace group after Airbus last month hired Bosch appliances executive Michael Schoellhorn to replace soon-to-retire Chief Operating Officer Tom Williams. Mhun, 56, is currently senior vice-president of services at Airbus – a fiercely competitive marketplace in which both Airbus and Boeing are targeting increases in revenue as they place after-market activities at the center of future developments. He began his career in engineering at the now defunct French airline UTA and followed it into Air France when UTA was absorbed into the French national carrier in the early 1990s. (Source: glstrade.com/Reuters)
18 Dec 18. The Shareholders and the Board of the Oxley Group announce the appointment of Darren Cavan as Oxley Group Chief Executive Officer. Darren has had a long and successful career with Oxley, including time spent with both Oxley Developments in the UK and Oxley Inc. in the US. Darren has a Mechanical Engineering background and a wide range of experience across programme management, engineering, operations, commercial and technical functions. Darren brings to the role over 25 years’ experience within the aerospace and military sector, specifically in the LED lighting and electronics arena.
18 Dec 18. Ultra, the international defence, security, transport and energy group, announces the appointment of Tony Rice as Non-Executive Director from today and Chair from 28 January 2019. He will succeed Douglas Caster, who intends to step down as Chair and retire from the Board on 28 January 2019. Tony is Chair of Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC, the Senior Independent Director of Halma plc, and was formerly the Senior Independent Director and Remuneration Committee Chair of Spirit Pub Company plc. He is also a Non-Executive Director of the Whittington Hospital Trust. Earlier in his career, Tony was CEO of Cable & Wireless Communications plc, CEO of Tunstall plc and held a number of senior roles in BAE Systems plc. Tony has a BA in Business Studies from City of London College and an MBA from Cranfield School of Management.
17 Dec 18. Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] has appointed Paul Colonna as president and chief investment officer (CIO) of Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company (LMIMCo), effective Jan. 7, 2019. Colonna succeeds Chris Li, who retired from the position earlier this year. Colonna, 50, will be responsible for $70bn in retirement trust assets and all facets of the investment strategy, portfolio management, manager selection, asset allocation, risk management, and due diligence for these trust assets, to help LMIMCo and Lockheed Martin meet their goals.
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