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02 Mar 21. HMS Cambria: Cardiff’s new ‘crown jewel’ in the defence estate. HMS Cambria is the brand new £11m state-of-the-art home to three Maritime Reserve units. Described as ‘a crown jewel’ in the Defence Estate, HMS Cambria was delivered on time and on budget by RFCA for Wales in partnership with the Royal Navy and Associated British Ports (ABP). The hugely successful project has enabled HMS Cambria, Wales’ only Royal Navy Reserve unit, to return to its original maritime home in Cardiff, and enjoy a presence near the centre of Government for Wales. It was four decades ago that HMS Cambria moved from Cardiff Docks to premises at Sully. Over the years there have numerous attempts to return the unit to the capital, however it was the publication of Defence’s Future Reserves 2020 (FR20) programme in 2013 that provided the catalyst enabling HMS Cambria’s move back to the capital city. The bespoke facility now serves as the central hub and operating base for the Ship’s company from HMS Cambria; personnel from Wales’s University Royal Naval Unit (URNU) who look after student Naval cadets at universities in the city, and the Royal Marine Reserves (RMR). Reservists now have access to state-of-the-art classroom suites, shared accommodation facilities, administrative services, as well as social and fitness centres all under one roof.
Colonel Nick Beard, Chief Executive of the Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association for Wales said, “Not only has the project enabled HMS Cambria to fittingly return to its original maritime home, but it now offers the best possible facilities for our reservists to work and train. We hope the brand-new facility will inspire future potential reservists from the surrounding areas to sign up to become vital and valued members of the Armed Forces family.”
In addition to this ‘crown jewel’ in the Defence Estate, as described by Captain Mark Wyatt, (Navy Infra Capability Manager Reserves), the RFCA for Wales is responsible for the upkeep of over 400 buildings that are home to cadets and reserves in Wales. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
04 Mar 21. Japan commissions third Hibiki-class ocean surveillance ship. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) commissioned its third Hibiki-class ocean surveillance ship in a ceremony held on 4 March in the Japanese city of Tamano, southern Okayama Prefecture. Named Aki (with pennant number AOS 5203), the small waterplane area twin hull (SWATH) vessel was inducted into the service’s Ocean Surveillance Division 1 at the Kure naval base in Hiroshima Prefecture shortly after being handed over by Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (E&S), a JMSDF spokesperson told Janes. Aki was laid down in March 2019 and launched in January 2020. Janes understands that Aki was being built for JPY26.6bn (USD248m) under a contract awarded in 2018. The 67 m-long vessel, which has a standard displacement of about 2,900 tonnes, features a more advanced Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System (SURTASS) than that fitted onto the first two ships of the class – JS Hibiki (AOS 5201) and JS Harima (AOS 5202) – which entered service in 1991 and 1992, respectively. The Hibiki class has an overall beam of 29.9 m, a draught of 7.5 m, and a top speed of 11 kt, according to the JMSDF. The vessels, each of which have a crew of 40, also feature a flight deck for helicopter operations. (Source: Jane’s)
26 Feb 21. Bell Delivers 3 Huey IIs to the Lebanese AF. This month, Bell delivered three Bell UH-1H-IIs to the Lebanese Air Force (LAF). These aircraft will augment their existing fleet and be utilized for search and rescue, troop transport, firefighting and utility missions.
“We are privileged to support the LAF with additional Huey II aircraft, which will enhance its operational capability,” said Tim Evans, regional sales manager, Africa and the Middle East. “This proven platform equips their squadron with the most capable utility helicopter available.”
The LAF has been flying the UH-1 series helicopters since the early 1990s in multiple roles. Most recently, its Huey IIs extinguished the fires caused by the port explosion in Beirut.
“The LAF is honored to add three more Huey IIs to our fleet,” said Commander BG Heykal, LAF. “We value this aircraft for its multi-mission capabilities, reliability and durability and appreciate the Bell team for their quality customer support and longtime partnership.”
The Bell UH-1H-II is a versatile, single engine helicopter with high operational readiness and low operating costs. It has the best payload in its class and excels in multiple mission configurations. (Source: ASD Network)
PLANT CLOSURES, JOB LOSSES AND STRIKES
02 Mar 21. Philippine Navy decommissions two legacy corvettes, two fast attack craft. The Philippine Navy (PN) retired four vessels on 1 March, including its last two Tomas Batilo (Sea Dolphin)-class fast attack craft, its final Rizal (Auk)-class corvette, and a PCE 827 (Miguel Malvar)-class corvette, the latter two of which had been launched in the early 1940s. The vessels – fast attack craft BRP Salvador Abcede (pennant number PC 114) and BRP Emilio Liwanag (PC 118), and legacy corvettes BRP Quezon (PS 70) and BRP Pangasinan (PS 31) – were decommissioned in a ceremony held on 1 March at the Captain Salvo Pier of the Naval Base Heracleo Alano at Sangley Point, Cavite City. As Janes reported, Salvador Abcede and Emilio Liwanag are ex-South Korean attack craft that were commissioned by the PN in 1996 and 2011 respectively, and were part of the service’s littoral combat force. As for the corvettes, the United States transferred Pangasinan to the Philippines in July 1948 and Quezon in August 1967. Both vessels became part of the PN’s offshore combat force but in recent years were deployed mostly for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) duties. The PN decommissioned four vessels (the first four from right to left) in a ceremony held on 1 March at Naval Base Heracleo Alano at Sangley Point, Cavite City. They included the service’s last two Tomas Batilo-class fast attack craft, its final Rizal (Auk)-class corvette, and a PCE 827-class corvette. On 26 February, the state-owned Philippine News Agency (PNA) had quoted PN chief Vice Admiral Giovanni Carlo Bacordo as saying that recently retired ships needed to be decommissioned because they were too old and “costly to maintain and operate”. (Source: Jane’s)
MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT
04 Mar 21. Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Chad: Mark Matthews.
Mr Mark Matthews has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Chad.
Mr Mark Matthews has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Chad, as we establish our new resident Embassy in N’Djamena. He will succeed the current, non-resident Ambassador, Mr Rowan Laxton. Mr Matthews will take up his appointment during Spring 2021.
Full name: Mark Julian Matthews
Marital Status: Married
Children: One son, one daughter
2017 to 2020
FCO, Deputy Head of Joint FCO-DFID North Africa Unit
2013 to 2017
Ambassador and Deputy Head of Mission, UK Mission to the UN and Other International Organisations, Geneva
2010 to 2013
FCO, Deputy Head of Iran Department, Middle East and North Africa Directorate
2007 to 2010
Tripoli, Deputy Head of Mission and Her Majesty’s Consul-General to Libya
2003 to 2007
The Hague, UK Alternate Representative to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
2000 to 2003
FCO, Spokesman for the Middle East and North Africa, Press Office
1997 to 2000
Abu Dhabi, Second Secretary, Chancery
1996 to 1997
Full-time Language Training (Arabic)
1995 to 1996
Department of Trade and Industry, Secondment to International Trade Policy Department
1992 to 1994
Brussels, UK Delegation to NATO, Third Secretary
1990 to 1992
FCO, Research and Analysis Department, Western European Department
04 Mar 21. Change of British High Commissioner to Cameroon: Dr Christian Dennys-McClure.
Dr Christian Dennys-McClure has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Republic of Cameroon and Her Majesty’s non-resident Ambassador to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
Dr Christian Dennys-McClure has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Republic of Cameroon and Her Majesty’s non-resident Ambassador to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in succession to Mr Rowan Laxton. Dr Dennys-McClure will take up his appointment during April 2021.
Full name: Christian Dennys-McClure
Married to: Sandy Dennys-McClure
2017 to present
Cabinet Secretariat, Head – Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF), Joint Funds Unit
2016 to 2017
National Security Secretariat, Deputy Head – CSSF
2015 to 2016
National Security Secretariat, Conflict Advisor – Security and Justice, CSSF
2013 to 2015
Stabilisation Unit, Conflict and Stabilisation Lessons Advisor
03 Mar 21. Change of British High Commissioner to Ghana: Harriet Thompson. Ms Harriet Thompson has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Republic of Ghana and Non-resident British High Commissioner to the Republic of Benin in succession to Mr Iain Walker who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Ms Thompson will take up her appointment during Summer 2021.
Full name: Harriet Clare Thompson
Married to: Nicholas Paul Thompson
2019 to 2020
Lagos, Head of Mission and Deputy to the British High Commissioner in Nigeria
2016 to 2019
Abuja, Deputy Head of Mission and Deputy to the British High Commissioner in Nigeria
2015 to 2016
HM Revenue and Customs, Head, Fraud Investigation Service Transformation
Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), Team Leader, Strategic Review of Business Energy Efficiency Policy
2011 to 2013
DECC, Head, Institutional Arrangements, Electricity Market Reform
2010 to 2011
DECC, Head, International Climate Change Negotiations
2009 to 2010
Home Office, Head, Strategic Centre for Organised Crime, Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit Review
2008 to 2009
Freetown, Governance Advisor, Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative, Sierra Leone Ministry of Agriculture
2006 to 2008
Home Office, Deputy Head, Delivery Unit and Project Manager, Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit
2003 to 2006
Brussels, Second Secretary (Trade), UK Permanent Representation to the EU
2001 to 2003
Department of Trade an
03 Mar 21. Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Lebanon: Ian Collard.
Dr Ian Collard OBE has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Lebanese Republic. Dr Collard will take up his appointment during Summer 2021.
Full name: Ian Frank Collard
Married to: Tamara Collard
Children: Four daughters
2020 to present
Kabul, Deputy Head of Mission
2017 to 2019
FCO, Head, Counter-Terrorism Department
2013 to 2017
Panama City, Her Majesty’s Ambassador
2011 to 2013
FCO, Head, North America Department
FCO, Olympics Silver Command, Counter-Terrorism Department
2008 to 2011
Washington, First Secretary (Political)
2005 to 2008
New York, Second Secretary (Political), UK Mission to the United Nations
2003 to 2004
FCO, Desk Officer, UN/International Organisations Department
2002 to 2003
FCO, Desk Officer, Middle East Department
01 Mar 21. New Officials Sworn-in at the Department of Defense. The following individuals have been sworn-in virtually or in-person from Feb. 23, 2021, through today, March 1, 2021.
- Lindsey Ford, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for South and South East Asia
- Aditi Kumar, Special Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Policy
- Pamela Pamela, Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition & Sustainment
- Salem Mariam, Protocol Officer, Office of the Secretary of Defense
(Source: US DoD)
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Jay M. Bargeron has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Bargeron is currently serving as president, USMC University, Training and Education Command, Quantico, Virginia.
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Brian W. Cavanaugh has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Cavanaugh is currently serving as assistant deputy commandant, programs and resources, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Dimitri Henry has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Henry is currently serving as director, J-2, U.S. Central Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Ryan P. Heritage has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Heritage is currently serving as commanding general, USMC Recruit Depot San Diego; and commanding general, Western Recruiting Region, San Diego, California.
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Christopher A. McPhillips has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. McPhillips is currently serving as commanding general, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Okinawa, Japan.
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Robert B. Sofge Jr. has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Sofge is currently serving as deputy commander, U.S. USMC Forces Pacific, Camp Smith, Hawaii.
04 Mar 21. USMC BG Matthew G. Trollinger has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Trollinger is currently serving as deputy director, Politico-Military Affairs (Middle East), J-5, Joint Staff, Washington, D.C.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Joseph R. Clearfield has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Clearfield is currently serving as assistant chief of staff, G-3, U.S. USMC Forces Cyberspace Command, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Mark H. Clingan has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Clingan is currently serving as chief of staff, III Marine Expeditionary Force, Okinawa, Japan.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Simon M. Doran has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Doran is currently serving as special assignment officer, Royal Air Force, British Armed Forces, London, United Kingdom.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Walker M. Field has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Field is currently serving as military fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, New York.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Anthony M. Henderson has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Henderson is currently serving as director, concepts and plans, USMC Warfighting Laboratory, USMC Base Quantico, Virginia.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Michael E. McWilliams has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. McWilliams is currently serving as executive assistant for deputy commandant, installations and logistics, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Matthew T. Mowery has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Mowery is currently serving as operations and readiness branch head, Aviation Plans, Programs, Joint/Congressional Matters, Doctrine and Budget Branch, Aviation Branch, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Andrew M. Niebel has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Niebel is currently serving as chief of staff, USMC Installations Command, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
04 Mar 21. USMC Col. Ahmed T. Williamson has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Williamson is currently serving as military assistant, Office of the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
04 Mar 21. USMC Reserve Brig. Gen. Mark A. Hashimoto has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Hashimoto is currently serving as commanding general, Force Headquarters Group, U.S. Marine Forces Reserve, New Orleans, Louisiana.
04 Mar 21. USMC Reserve Col. Sean N. Day has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Day is currently serving as deputy commander, Force Headquarters Group, U.S. USMC Forces Reserve, New Orleans, Louisiana.
02 Mar 21. Army Sgt. Maj. Garric M. Banfield, currently assigned as the Civil Affairs Proponent sergeant major, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, has been selected to replace Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Teagle as the command senior enlisted leader for Special Operations Joint Task Force – Afghanistan.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) William E. Chase III has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. Chase is currently serving as senior military advisor for cyber policy to the under secretary of defense for policy; and the deputy principal cyber advisor to the secretary of defense, Washington, D.C.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) Christopher C. French has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. French is currently serving as legal counsel to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, D.C.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) William C. Greene has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. Greene is currently serving as fleet maintenance officer, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk, Virginia.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) Joseph D. Noble Jr., has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. Noble is currently serving as commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapons Systems Support, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) John A. Okon has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. Okon is currently serving as commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, Stennis Space Center, Mississippi.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) Scott W. Pappano has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. Pappano is currently serving as program executive office, Columbia, Washington, D.C.
26 Feb 21. Rear Adm. (lower half) Dean A. VanderLey has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral. VanderLey is currently serving as commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Atlantic with additional duties as fleet civil engineer (N01CE), U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk, Virginia.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Kristin Acquavella has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Acquavella is currently serving as director, plans and policies, N415, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, D.C.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Maria L. Aguayo has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Aguayo is currently serving as chief of staff, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Washington, D.C.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Joseph B. Hornbuckle has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Hornbuckle is currently serving as chief of staff, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, Maryland.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Ronald J. Piret has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Piret is currently serving as chief of staff, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, John C. Stennis Space Center, Hancock County, Mississippi.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Anthony E. Rossi has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Rossi is currently serving as major program manager, Mission Integration and Special Programs Office, PMA 298, Patuxent River, Maryland.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Stuart C. Satterwhite has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Satterwhite is currently serving as deputy director, enterprise support, Office of the Chief of Naval Personnel, Washington, D.C.
26 Feb 21. Capt. Ralph R. Smith III has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half). Smith is currently serving as director, Maritime Operations Center, U.S. Tenth Fleet/U.S. Fleet Cyber Command, Fort Meade, Maryland.
01 Mar 21. BAE Systems Inc. has named Lisa Hand as vice president and general manager for the company’s Integrated Defense Solutions business. In this role, she leads an organization of more than 2,600 employees across the United States and internationally, who provide engineering, integration, and sustainment services to enhance customers’ mission effectiveness. For the past 13 years, Hand has held a number of roles of increasing seniority at BAE Systems. She most recently served as business unit lead for Integrated Defense Solutions’ Mission Solutions, where she provided leadership for the Navy’s Trident II Strategic Weapons System and AEGIS Combat Systems programs, among other mission solution programs. Her management expertise extends across a portfolio of combat systems capabilities including system of systems engineering, digital and model-based systems engineering, integration, cybersecurity, test and evaluation, operations, and maintenance and logistics. Hand earned bachelor degrees in political science and history from Illinois State University. She also completed the Advanced Leadership Program through INSEAD graduate business school. (Source: ASD Network)
02 Mar 21. Catalyze Dallas Holdings, LLC has named James Bendle as Chief Financial Officer, a new role where he will support the growing company and its affiliated entities, which currently include Alpine Advanced Materials and Metro Aerospace. An experienced investment portfolio manager, Bendle is ideally suited to take Catalyze’s financial governance of its operating companies to the next level, especially as it prepares for the addition of new companies to its portfolio in 2021. (Source: PR Newswire)
03 Mar 21. Timothy Jeffries, the Co-Owner, Executive Chairman & CEO of CRC Surface Technologies, and ChemResearch Company, Inc., announced that Jamy Berntsen will be joining CRC as Vice President of Quality and Innovation. Ms. Berntsen most recently served as Senior Technical Director at Intel Corporation, Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Driving Division. She will use her expertise to lead and accelerate CRC’s new initiatives to drive superior quality and technology innovation for CRC customers and partners, while supporting CRC’s commitment to business transformation and excellence. (Source: PR Newswire)
01 Mar 21. Deloitte today announced the appointment of John Coykendall, a principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, to lead its U.S. aerospace and defense (A&D) sector within the U.S. industrial products and construction practice. Additionally, Coykendall was named Deloitte’s global aerospace and defense sector leader. He succeeds Robin Lineberger, who will be retiring from Deloitte in May after a distinguished career. Based in Stamford, Connecticut, Coykendall will lead the overall strategic direction of the A&D sector, as well as the go-to-market strategies for Deloitte’s key businesses including audit & assurance, consulting, tax and risk & financial advisory services. Among Deloitte’s A&D clients are companies on the Fortune 500, including the aerospace; commercial aircraft; business and general aviation; space and ship building; and defense industries. (Source: PR Newswire)
03 Mar 21. Former Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper will join the board of directors of Volansi, a commercial drone delivery company looking to expand its defense revenue, the company announced March 3. As assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition, technology and logistics, Roper oversaw an annual budget of $60bn in funding for research and development, testing, procurement and modernization of all Air Force and Space Force acquisition programs. He was perhaps even more well known for his advocacy of novel technology from the commercial sector. During Roper’s tenue with the Air Force, the service started AFWERX, which aims to give contracts to startups and other businesses who don’t typically do business with the government. In 2012, while at the Pentagon, Roper established and directed the Strategic Capabilities Office created to rapidly modify existing systems to address emerging threats. (Source: Defense News)
04 Mar 21. Red 6, a revolutionary technology firm at the forefront of synthetic air combat training, is proud to announce Dr. Will Roper, former Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (AT&L) as a member of the Advisory Board. In this role, Roper will lend his expertise to support Red 6’s Airborne Tactical Augmented Reality System (ATARS). “We are overjoyed to welcome Dr. Roper as the newest member to the Red 6 Advisory Board. His in-depth knowledge of Air Force AT&L programs will be beneficial as we integrate ATARS into military platforms across services in the U.S. and abroad,” said Daniel Robinson, Founder and CEO of Red 6. (Source: PR Newswire)
REST OF THE WORLD APPOINTMENTS
26 Feb 21. Radiance Technologies, Inc. (Radiance) is proud to welcome Mr. Tim Massey as the company’s new Vice President of Strategy and Operations. In this role, he will provide operational and strategic support of the company’s Defense Sector. He will be responsible for business development and strategy, as well as oversite on program execution and planning. (Source: PR Newswire)
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