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Latest movies reviewed: All films in cinemas this week rated

Steve Cochran

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Latest movies reviewed: All films in cinemas this week rated

"Of you okay so we've got a couple reviews I'm hoping to get through them a pretty quickly dean now you got a Stephen king's doctor sleep yeah this is I'm calling this the weekend of mediocrity there are really of the new movies opening this week nothing is especially a great this sequel two of the shining is pretty much that in name only this new movie that stars Ewan McGregor is internal case scary movie it doesn't come close to being the shining there's really not even that much in the movie that relates back to the original movie so you know I feel like okay scary movies given the dean's list see there is for the veterans day weekend this movie called midway that is a recreation of the famous World War two battle between the American fleet the Japanese navy of beautiful cinematography historically it's so you know very interesting and significant story to tell recognizing those who were a part of it all but the storytelling itself is just kind of pedestrian whether they really don't break any new ground here so I give that a dean's list see there is this movie last Christmas holiday season movie of the year with Emelia Clarke and and recalled from game of thrones and crazy rich Asians respectively it's not specially funny it's not especially romantic it's okay them just the the movies this weekend or just okay all I gave that a dean's list see that really the worst movie of the weekend is this one call playing with fire that's a about three firefighters you know they're they're like the guys when there's a wildfire the firefighters rescue people get trapped by the wildfire these are firefighters who find three kids and suddenly they go from being a lead fire fighters to bumbling babysitters in the movie is just kind of lowest common denominator not especially funny of the you know kids might like and I know kids or say who I want to see this playing with fire if if you take your kids I recommend really you know have have a lot of drinks before he you take your kid it's kids you could see the movie I give it a dean's

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"japanese navy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Nash this is the John Batchelor show the career crisis it's nineteen fifty and the United States is aware that having held off the invasion of the north Koreans driving all the way down to the end of the peninsula it is necessary to counter attack and they hand the job to general macarthur who was stationed in Japan as the lord of Japan recovering from the second war general garner third identifies a peninsula in Korea once on off from one side to invade but the problem is it's heavily mined not only by the north Koreans but also by the Soviets and the mines are deadly and to put a flees into that let alone landing troops is reckless so the Americans need mine sweepers they do not have an adequate deployment and they call upon the Japanese that's right the defeated imperial Japanese navy this anecdote is one of the revelations of the last six years of doing research about the imperial Japanese navy after the war and how today it is understood as the Japanese maritime self defense force but it is very much a product not only of the imperial Japanese navy but of this particular incident to help me tell the story I go to the book where I learned this is friendship across the seas the US navy and the Japan maritime self defense force now are you okay I'll go on professor is the author he is the distinguished visiting professor of law at Doshisha university in Kyoto having served his time with the Japanese ministry for for a public affairs in charge of public diplomacy professor of very good morning to you thank you very much and that incident itself will be echo through these decades because it's the first instance of working together whose idea was it to ask the Japanese minesweepers to travel to Korea and help in the war good morning to you good morning or good evening to you although to be well on your show yes I think it was role Burke's idea initially in Japan at the time and and other devising CinemaCon has to how to do the landing operations and so forth and he realized that there are enough number of mines they pursued by this without sweep the mines by Americans the low so he looks at the bears up in his navy forward there's openness maybe my supercenter and and and he's Fulton we could possibly use them and that's how it started and yeah there's tension here right away because following the end of the hostilities in nineteen forty five Japan wrote a new constitution that for bed at and I'm using this word advisedly because its many interpretations for bad entering into warfare at any point how did they finesse that how did they manage to convince the Japanese to begin with and then solve the constitutional problem of putting mine sweepers into a conflict so well I do think that they solved the problem I think that you have to understand a few things given that behind this was nineteen fifty only for five years after the end of the war and only four years after the new constitution was enacted in Japan and supposed to under the occupation by the allied powers I II American forces headed by general macarthur and whatever general Cobb and and and okay page losses old thirties say to the Japanese the Japanese were not in a position really to resist that or issues that number one number two however they realize that this was put constitutional issue that the article lard which prohibits Japan from engaging any war and prohibited the use of force clearly and and and Moses apparently conflicted with the idea that the defense and mine sweepers to the Korean peninsula off the coast of contempt and stuff and the Japanese leaders including prime minister who should so deeply about it and didn't know what to do about it but eventually given the situation the U. eight U. S. okay fresh forces were adamant that the Japanese corporate that's number one technically I think it was a voluntary thing for the Japanese minesweepers to I agree to join the expeditionary forces secondly they kept it quiet so they didn't talk to the people and said okay we'll keep it secret this exception is very fierce accepts that will not let people know and I don't know if that was a quick way to do that but under the circumstances was the only way to do it I detail here I have NO bark is Arly Burke the very man that we now call the early bird to store for he will he will be a significant player in the transformation of the imperial Japanese navy veterans into the Japan maritime self defense force but at this point I believe professor Arley Burke at implied that he had the direction of general Douglas McArthur but macarthur had actually signed on to this is that correct that's what that I have learned from the person who initially didn't research all on this thing commander our who was an expert and it has been that expert and was a station in Japan doing research on this thing and when he met with I'm Robert could we tired of notebook in Washington in nineteen seventies I understand that's a cute you told the Japanese leaders that you had gotten old style Friday's reforms in a month macarthur and and currently a girl Burke said let's start it all over and it's not clear whether he really did get the permission from the the the very high top person they set sail rise second mine sweeping unit October eighth nineteen fifty five mine sweepers and three patrol boats there is anxiety and also doubt even when they reach station because there are casualties I believe one K. I a and at one point one of the commanders decides to sail home to Japan because he is he is uncertain of his orders and he's in a combat zone this causes what you'd have to say tension within the ranks of the the imperial Japanese navy and I don't think they settle it they just decide to go ahead and do their duty well two things one is that all the Japan side that everybody was reading and and eager to go and earns the money alone lab those offices and sailors there were there were a lot of feelings that why do we have to work for the US navy you know didn't they prohibit us from continuing to keep the they may be we are doing our job you know within the Japanese territory water why do we have to go and and risk our lives number two however that that they had this feeling that if we have to go we know that the Americans would Hey ocelot and number two regardless of how much they will pay when we decide that we will do the job we have to do it right we have to do the best we could do because we're very piled about a naval history and and they've all ability and therefore when this tension arose and and one unit went back home the leader back in Tokyo quickly dispatched halt alternate a unit to continue to the mines whippings and I think back in their mind on the part of the Tokyo leadership I was just saying that because there was still tense then then suspicion and and I'm John I those high that this may be the beginning of a new sort of phase of trust building and that's very important considering what happened later that the former enemies could work together and and they needed in the the Japanese minesweepers did a superb job and that sort of prompted TI the change of mood all the part of the American navy as well as do some leaders of the American right Turner joy send a message Turner Joe was commander of the Pacific Fleet sent a message saying well done to the Japanese this incident is critical because is built upon over these last decades I'm speaking with professor now you could now you Kay I'll go on and his book is friendship across the seas this is the birth of the present day Japanese maritime self defense force which is a critical component in the security of East Asia and a work I'm very close to working out ally with the United States Navy but it begins an incident and down as the professor is indicated because these are enemies enemies with memories of the conflict and lost lost colleagues of just a few years before when we come back we'll go to some of the admiral's that are part of the store with mention Ali Burke will speak of a Japanese admiral chief of staff of the Japanese merit maritime self defense force or cheetah and his background and how he came to working with the Americans I'm John bachelor this is the John about social.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gimme a follow at. T. O. D. D. S. C. H N ITT at Todd Schnitt with an M at Todd Schnitt on Twitter and Instagram. I'm just starting to build my Instagram follower base Instagram. I'm at certified Todd Schnitt. So at certified Todd Schnitt and next month and a couple of weeks of the family, and I were headed off to Japan. We're gonna be in Yukos. Where the president just was with the whole John McCain battleship controversy. So we're actually going to be in Yukos, because my wife lived in Costa, Japan for five years, when she was growing up for data US marine. They were stationed in cost Japan for for five years, nineteen eighty nine hundred eighty five and we're going back to visit her old Japanese friends who are all growed up all grown up, just like her. They've got kids, so I'll be back on the base at Yokosuka where President Trump was. Yeah, the Reagan's base there. The US has Ronald Reagan carrier, and of course, the seventh fleet. So I'll be on base. And then also this is this is great. My wife's good friend growing up as a kid, like ten twelve years old. Thirteen years old. Her husband, now is in the Japanese navy. So he's going to bring us on his ship. So we're going to be in Japan for a couple of weeks. So I'm going to be all over the place. So the point is I'm going to have tons of pictures on Twitter and Instagram. So give me a follow on that as well at Todd Schnitt. And on instance Twitter's at Todd Schnitt and then Instagram is at certified Todd Schnitt. Dan is in Atlantic City in New Jersey, Dan, I haven't rolled the bones in a while. But I'll tell you what. I see Atlantic City on the screen and I love to play craps, but clearly not a gambling Abacus. I haven't rolled the bones in a couple of years. What about I guess it's been about a year and a half, I, I was at an Indian casino in Milwaukee. That's the last time I played, then welcome to the program. Thank you for his time listener all through Newsmax. Very good. Thanks, mike. My question is my, my idea is how much does the Mexican cartel or or impede? The, the Mexican government, not to enforce their laws on, on their movement of immigration. It's profitable for them. Well, listen, there's no doubt about this just tons, and tons of dirty money. Yeah. The protection money you know, you look, we finally got a hold of El Chapo, and he was just recently convicted in federal court in, in Brooklyn, but even with El Chapo out of the picture, he still has his henchmen and his Cappos, you know, running the operation and to what extent are, you know, from the, the legal the drug running the coyotes you know, the tunnels which used for drugs and people smuggling. I don't even think we have a handle on how much is actually occurring. Very good weight, if you get to Atlantic.

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Buy the bullet: global defence spending

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:59 min | 1 year ago

Buy the bullet: global defence spending

"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. The first of may brings out protesters all over the globe campaigning for better labor conditions. But in France weekly demonstrations by the so-called issue lay zone have been going on for months. Yesterday's mayday gatherings. Brought out a violent fringe that threatens the Jones message and president of annual Macron's attempts to address it. And we take a look at a new study that tries to measure, which English speaking country produces the most bullshit. But I. Last week. China's navy celebrated its seventieth birthday in grand style. As president Xi Jinping peered through binoculars into rain and mist a flotilla swept through the South China Sea. Nine. Winds there. What this moving you. Rose of white clouds, sailors stood on worships and saluted Mr. g who was aboard a brand new destroyer China has also boasted of its nuclear submarines and says it's building a new aircraft carrier America sees China as a growing rival, not just a military threat, but also economic one and the contest is being felt by America's closest allies in Britain yesterday. Gavin Williamson the Defense Secretary was fired by Prime Minister, Theresa may. He was accused of leaking details of how the country plans to let hallway a Chinese tech firm. Build part of its future five g mobile phone network. In response to that plan. America has threatened to cut back intelligence sharing with Britain. Beyond this America and China are leading the world in rearmament race. As a new report makes clear essentially the will to spending enormous sums of money on defense. Shizhong Joshi is economists defense editor this is the report by the Stockholm International Peace Research institute Cypriots Swedish thing Tang, and what it says this year is that global defense spending in twenty eight teen walls one point eight trillion dollars. Now, obviously that's a loss of money to put it in context of just how much it's the highest amount in real terms since sippy began this exercise in nineteen eighty eight and collecting these figures the end of the Cold War. It is seventy six percent higher than nine hundred ninety eight which was the peak of the post Cold War peace dividend when western countries began slashing on forces slashing spending. So you can see just how far we've come in the last twenty years. Also, just how much things have changed geopolitically and who's spending this one point eight trillion dollars, well essentially to. Countries are spending a leading the charge. That's America and China surprisingly America is heading shoulders above everyone else. It will spend about seven hundred sixteen billion dollars this year. That's significant increase from last year it out spends the next eight or so countries combined which gives you a sense of just how far ahead it is. Now, China is well behind spends a fraction of that. But it's military spending growing very quickly. It grew at an average of ten percent every year between two thousand and 2016 between two thousand fourteen in two thousand eighteen churned out. More ships ships with greater tonnage than the entire Indian Japanese navy. So that gives you a sense of just how rapidly they growing. And is this grew spread also among other nations or only American to the growing. It is great will that's provoking response. Particularly in Asia in Asia, for example, with seeing huge spurts among other countries. India for example, now. Spends more than any country in Europe. And I think Indians very proud of the fact that they are outspending not only countries like France, Germany, but also their old, colonial master Britain. Modern and invincible. Of whom stupefaction? Residency is Joel Indian skies ever own words. But Asia, Shirley, isn't the only place where governments want to to be up their defenses. No on Marshall Europeans. Have also been tooling up in recent years. They're obviously very worried by Russia, particularly after Russia's annexation of Crimea in two thousand fourteen they've been spending substantial amounts of quite quickly. If you're one single country its military spending would be four times that have Russia. In fact, it would be the second biggest military power in the world. So back to China, which has been spending money hand over fist as you say. But the their capabilities are still much much weaker compared to America's is there. Some sense of of when China might sort of outpace America will it'll be many many years before it can actually equal American spending. But I would say China gets to concentrate most of its military forces in its front garden in the western Pacific America has global commitments. So could we have a situation where Chinese forces in Asia? Outmatch American forces. Absolutely. We could have that very soon. Indeed. Depending on what America does depending on how China stretches capabilities so beyond America, China is is there anywhere where this would've frenzy of military spending. We'll kind of change the league table. I think we've seen a few changes taking place to Saudi Arabians in the Middle East have been spending huge amounts in the past ten years to the point where they are. Now, the third biggest spender in the world that obviously is going to have a major impact on the Middle East. If you look at Turkey, I think they've also been on a spending spree, and I think in Europe, one of the most interesting countries in eastern Europe, which of course, it's closer to Russia more about Russia's influence, and that's Poland. Police spending has been rising very quickly. They've been buying lots of American weapons, including an American Ed defense system, and they have been at the vanguard of some of this military spending spree in central and eastern Europe that we've seen in recent years. So looking at all these numbers is it's a global trend is everyone spending more. No, I think there's some pretty interesting places. West bending is is shrinking stagnating. The first example is the Middle East. Having said that Saudi Arabia. It was on this spending spree for the last ten years that slowing down. Sippy says that military spending the Middle East shrank by one point eight percent. In two thousand eighteen Saudi Arabia is planning on cutting spending after a number of years of growth, Iran is planning on cutting spending. Although we we don't have data for a few big countries like the United Arab Emirates and Casio. I think Africa's another good example military spending in Africa in two thousand eighteen shrink for the fourth consecutive year. And of course, as we know they're they're big protests in ALgeria and Sudan the military's under pressure from protesters to give way to civilians that could have an impact on on military budgets. I think finally the one I'd like to mention which is really interesting is Russia. Russia has modernized its armed forces over the last decade invested in lots of shiny new weapons. Sippy now says that his slowing. Down at that that boom in Russia is coming to an end. It's calculation say military spending in Russia shrunk by three and a half percent last year. Okay. Some of that could be to do with the fall of the ruble. This little probably spending a lot in ruble, terms. But I think what we all seeing is that the years of Russia plowing money into its military driven by oil that is slowly coming to an end, and that will have an impact, of course, on the European military balance. I mean, it's it's tempting to imagine that more spending on arms makes conflict more likely. There's just simply more more guns and weapons in more hands. What's your take on the Wilbur one really gave us a strong association between alms racing and conflict? We thought the Germans and the British and others competing supremacy. In your building up ships building up weapons and that played a role in contributing to willed, we'll one I think the political science the sort of social science around. This is a bit more complicated. I don't think there is necessarily clear connection between rapid arms racing. And outright conflict. Some people would say actually countries build up weapons, they feel they can deter their adversaries, they feel more secure. They don't feel the need to be vulnerable into lash out. So the association is complicated. What I would say is. I think there's a kind of cycle relationship between mistrust and building homes, the more countries don't trust each other like the US and China over China's island building and in competition in Asia, the more they build up weapons to prepare for the possibility of a clash the more. They build up weapons the less they trust each other. Thank you very much for coming in. Thank you very much.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"You know and that's that's all that's all he reached friendly funding forces in into other individuals than commander mccoy in major melnyk who were you know the first three get out of the philippines to meet with macarthur on australia and they were the first ones to to bring out the word of what was going on in the philippines behind japan's bamboocurtain so to speak they the i bring out the news of the death march in the atrocities in what was going on in these prison camps but here's where things get kinda crazy because you figure okay they're they're telling the the government officials about the bandon death march what the japanese are doing like the government says okay thanks but like don't tell anybody like what was going on there why didn't the government want these guys talk publicly about what was going on in the philippines exactly you know it's it's remarkable because again you know you're looking back in its historical hindsight hindsight it's twenty twenty anything of oil you know these guys just pulled off probably i mean the the greatest escape or two i mean i think it's not in hollywood gives all the credit to the guys in europe you know that steve mcqueen movie marino the greatest scape in europe but with these guys did i mean they they put off something of impossible they escaped from escape proof prison him stuck in the middle of this giant swamp alligators in head hunters and all these things you know got off an island surrounded by the japanese navy somehow got to friendly forces see think that the probably be worthy of tickertape parade and but the government but definitely again it goes back to what we discussed a few minutes ago the your first policy was was the order of the day strategically and the united states government even mind the time period of the war that this happened was kind of a gray area you know of the war nineteen forty three middle part of the war you know we had we got.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Different scenarios to figure out who has the advantage to meet the uh the ndf in particular we talked about it in the a little bit before uh of on the three of us saw india's a rather different that greek power it wants to be thought of as an offensive but at the same time it wants to be also up also manage been said the indian ocean so we're trying to bring the dea's along as a as a partner is uh has been a slow process the japanese extremely capable how would you rate the japanese navy versus the chinese one well let me too when you talk about numbers obviously the chinese are obviously the chinese are going to are going to outmatch the japanese navy simply and they and they tried on on japan comparison you with the us japanese can bite seized as a more or less stacks up equally in in in it big numerical trump's as far as actual proficiency yup in the trio readiness and all of these things i would certainly say that uh the gm stf that the maritime selfdefence force would be the better fleet right now uh i do think though that china's navias cut is closing that gap what japan japan has been operating at sea so long so up for so long it so well that uh i think it does have that isn't seamanship and that tactical proficiency and so forth the opinion that the chinese navy the us navy now is it respect anxiety disdain is there one opinion uh you can our opinion thwart booth yes towards china towards the navy they have in the navy they want to build quickly whoa every this is a this is actually very good news for our part i think we are about plainly take in china's that the chinese maritime challenge series sleep i think we were very slow to take it seriously and i think that's one reason that that we we feel like we've been flailing around the lights up realizing.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The king of the benefits of course it depends on where this aggression is happening at the a devotion it is a it's relatively easy because china is the distant power there india's the home team at the united states is up uh more or less so supreme in those waters as well in east asia becomes a little bit harder especially in the south china sea so you kind of you've got to have the play the different scenarios to figure out so who has the advantage of eat the idea india in particular we talked about it in the a little bit before uh of on the three of us say india's a rather diffident great power it wants to be thought of as an offensive but at the same time it wants to be also zaw also vantage offensive the indian ocean so we're trying to bring the the as along as a as a partner as has been a slow process the japanese navy is extremely capable would you rate the japanese navy versus the chinese one well let me too when you talk about numbers obviously the time are obviously the chinese are going to are going to outmatch the japanese navy simply the china on japan comparison you with you what such up and he's quite pleased as a more or less stacks up equally in in in it big numerical terms as far as actual proficiencies up in the trio readiness and all of these things i would certainly say that the gm stf there's the maritime selfdefence force would be the butterfly lead right now uh i do think the church that china's devious ca is closing that gap what japan japan has been operating at sea so walk so for so long it's so well that uh i think it does have that hasn't even ship and then tactical proficiency and so forth what is the opinion that the chinese navy the us navy now is it respect anxieties disdain is there one opinion uh you can our opinion toward the toy towards china towards the navy they have the navy they want to build quickly this is actually very good news from our four days i think we are finally taking china's the the chinese maritime challenge seriously i think we were very slow to take it seriously and i think that's one reason that we feel like we've been flailing around the watts up realizing.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on AP News

"The past few years live sports are marquee tv events that draw most of the largest tv audiences but even those ratings have declined more americans are dumping their cable packages and advertisers are following people to their phones japan's foreign ministry says a japanese navy surveillance aircraft spotted a dominican flagged oil tanker apparently transferring fuel to a north korean tanker in the open seas a ministry statement said wednesday that the possible transfer in violation of un security council resolutions was observed in the east china sea on saturday it said japan reported to the un security council the sighting of the tanker moored alongside a north korean registered vessel before dawn and included four photos of the ship's alongside each other and then moving apart after sunrise do you as earlier identified the north korean tanker is heavy engaged in illegal offshore transfers un sanctions on north korea limit energy trade and then transfers of goods to north korean ships at sea a driver using a gpus follow the directions right onto a frozen lake in vermont nobody was hurt but divers had to remove the suv after it sank to the bottom of lake champlain terek garreton tells w c a x tv that some of her friends borrowed her jeep for a trip from connecticut to vermont for ski vacation earlier this month she says the group started following a gps when they got lost and they ended up driving on top of the icy lake gahrton's bodies were able to get out of the sinking jeep but the jeep was left in the lake for more than a week thank you for listening to the ap radio network que did you know that the associated press produces newsrelated books the latest installment is first cut first that brings t moments in presidential pet history to life than the vast e p photo collection highlights include checkers the dog that was the focal point of nixon's 1950 to checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks first titus perfect for animal lovers and his rebuffed of all ages first peta's available on.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on AP News

"Trump and muller university president resigns i'm tim mcguire withinet p newsmen the president trump met with reporters at the white house and said he's willing to talk with special counsel robert muller who is investigating russian meddling in the 2016 election possible ties between the campaign and the russians and if there was obstruction in the firing of fbi director james comey no i say subject around whereas trump also talk about immigration including a possible path to citizenship for socalled dreamers who were brought to this country illegally as children it's a nice theorist being able to because nobody looking hours after a former sports dr larry nassar was sentenced to up to one hundred seventy five years in prison for molesting young girls and women when he worked for michigan state university school president luana simon has announced that she is resigning after many the victims of school accused university amiss handling complaints about nasser i'm to acquire the deal forward 21st century fox to take over tv company sky appears to be offer now britain's competition in markets authorities of the deal was not in the public interest because it would give rupert murdoch too much control over the country's news media regulators said because murdoch's family trust already owns of news corp the deal would increased its control of the influential sky news channel the authorities fighting is the latest hurdle for fox has ever to buy the sixty one percent of sky it does not really own a previous takeover attempt six years ago was derailed by the phone hacking scandal at murdoch's british newspapers japan's foreign ministry says the japanese navy surveillance aircraft had spotted a dominican flagged oil tanker apparently transferring fuel to a north korean tanker in the open seas a ministry statement said wednesday that the possible transfer in violation of un security council resolutions was observed in the east china sea on saturday it said japan reported to the un security council the sighting of the tanker moored alongside a north korean registered vessel before dawn and included four photos of the ship's alongside each other and then moving apart after sunrise the us earlier identified the north korean tanker is heavy engaged in illegal offshore transfers un sanctions on north korea limit energy trade and ban transfers of goods to north korean ships at sea apple is why we ready to enter the smart speaker bark had with the.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Kim joiner anna dawson when you're going to do then try and get life insurer pompeo also says the cia believes kim would not only use nuclear weapons to stay in power but that threaten to reunify the divided korean peninsula under his two talat terry in regime meanwhile japan's foreign ministry says a japanese navy surveillance aircraft has spotted a dominican flagged oil tanker apparently transferring fuel to a north korean tanker in the open sees a ministry statement said wednesday the possible transfer in violation of un security council resolutions was observed in the east china sea saturday it said japan reported to the un security council the sighting of the tanker moored alongside the north koreanregistered rise song gang number one it included four photos of the ship's alongside each other and then moving apart after sunrise the us earlier identified the north korean tanker as having engaged in illegal offshore transfers un sanctions on north korea limit energy trade and ban transfers of goods to north korean ships while it's rare that a consumer products company has to launch a campaign to get people to stop using their product but that's where proctor and gamble is at these days the company is trying to keep teens from eating tied pods a growing number of people have been issuing tied pod challenges trying to get their peers to walk down the single low laundry detergent packets poison control officials say they've dealt with thirty nine cases of intentional misuse among kids aged thirteen to nineteen eating tied pods can cost seizures respiratory arrest and even death speaking of eating it turns out hunger can be just as effective as having a big brain and improving.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The millions of americans are up prepping for the big feast i'm dave anthony fox news many more or less new york streets for the macy's thanks gouge parade invent new york and she really wanted to see the parade this was he can't wait for all the balloons and all the flow by thousands of cops are out there with them along the barricades garbage trucks full of sand blocking crosstrades to prevent a truck attack like on halloween in new york when eight people were killed on a bike path more accusations of surfaced against two democrats senator al franken and congressman john conyers two more women have come forward with stories of franken touching their butts without their consent in two thousand and seven in two thousand eight during his first campaign for the senate freaking told the huffington post he doesn't remember either event in denies he suggested anyone should join him in the bathroom fox's garrod tenny last night another woman came forward with accusation against democratic congressman john conyers melanie sloan told the washington post that conyers harassed in verbally abused her when she worked for him on capitol hill in the nineties republican congressman joe bargains apologizing for nude photo of him that surfaced anonymously online he says the being investigated as a possible cried against him a woman has told the washington post barton threatened to call police warning or photos and other sexual material from their relationship were exposed publicly three us sailors still missing at sea on thanksgiving that after a military plane crashed eight others survived boxes simon owen monitoring live from london date the navy saying to stand of these did they see salas fifty told that relatives all blair about sudden known a search involving both the us and japanese navy has dean expanded helicopters planes and ships searching the philippine sea the twinpropeller plane had taken off from an ad ace in japan and was heading to the aircraft carrier the uss ronald reagan which is taking plaza admitted she exercises the navy say the played my down a one hundred miles off the japanese island of okinawa dave fox news fair and balanced.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on WCTC

"Nbc news radio i'm sharon reed search and rescue teams this morning are still looking for three people missing after a navy plane crashed in the ocean near japan correspond dalia rouzi has the latest of freeze of warships of joined the uss ronald reagan was one of scores of helicopters and planes combined with the japanese navy to find these missing sailors another navy says their efforts were going on through the night and they've covered some three hundred twenty nautical miles of this morning the navy says eleven crew and passengers were on board that c to transport plane that went down south of okinawa yesterday eight of those were rescued and are in good condition the cause of the crash still own questions surround the political future of a veteran texas congressman after he's nude photo turned up on social media in the past week representative joe barton apologized yesterday for that photo which he said arose from an extramarital affair before he was divorced two years ago the sixty eight year old republican is the longestserving member of the texas congressional delegation to more women are accusing senator al franken of inappropriate touching the unidentified women tell the huffington post that the minnesota democrat graham they're reruns at two separate events franken says he doesn't remember the events and noted the difficulty of responding to anonymous accusers officials say security is tighter than ever this morning for the ninety first annual macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york city scott pringle is covering the event this morning police commissioner james o'neill says the two and a half mile route will be well protected every intersection will be more block koraish it'll be sandfilled sanitation trucks and nypd chief terry on a hand ads if you see anything anything suspicious they will be a cop on every block go to dakar those sitting in the seats along the route will have their bags checked more than three million spectators expected for what will be the ninety first annual thanksgiving day parade scott pringle nbc news radio new york you're listening to the.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst the search continues in the waters off okinawa for three missing navy personnel who were on board a military aircraft that crashed on its way to the carrier ronald reagan as in pierce tom bowman reports there's no word on what caused the crash helicopters and ships for both the us and japan assure chief for the missing americans eight others were rescued soon after the c to greyhound aircraft crashed into the pacific their listed in good condition a senior japanese official said he was told a plane developed engine trouble but us officials still have not pointed to any potential cause the aircraft was taking part in exercises with the japanese navy and is part of the us seventh fleet the fleet has suffered a number of ship accidents this year including two that left a total of seventeen gene sailors dead in both cases navy officials acknowledged there was human error and have sent out teams to make sure sailors are properly trained tom bowman npr news washington texas congressman joe barton represents a district south of dallas is apologizing for a nude photo of himself that made the rounds this week on social media as bills evil of member station ktar a reports the republican is currently seeking his 18th term us representative joe barton has issued a statement regarding the photo he told the texas tribune that quote while separated from my second wife prior to divorce i had sexual relationships with other mature adult women each was consensual barton also said that he was sorry he didn't use better judgment and also sorry he led his constituents down the longest serving texas republican also told the dallas morning news he intends to stay in his race for reelection in the state's sixth congressional district barton is also about to get remarried he spending the.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coming up after the news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst the search continues in the waters off okinawa for three missing navy personnel who were on board a military aircraft that crashed on its way to the carrier ronald reagan as anne pierce tom bowman reports there's no word on what caused the crash helicopters and ships for both the us and japan assure chief for the missing americans eight others were rescued soon after the c two greyhound aircraft crashed into the pacific their listed in good condition a senior japanese officials said he was told a plane developed engine trouble but us officials still have not pointed to any potential cause the aircraft was taking part in exercises with the japanese navy and is part of the us seventh fleet the fleet has suffered a number of ship accidents this year including two that left a total of seventeen sailors dead in both cases navy officials acknowledged there was human error and have sent out teams to make sure sailors are properly trained tom bowman npr news washington texas congressman joe barton who represents a district south of dallas is apologizing for a nude photo of himself that made the rounds this week on social media as bills evil of member station ktar ap reports the republican is currently seeking his 18th term us representative joe barton has issued a statement regarding the photo he told the texas tribune that quote while separated from my second wife prior to divorce i had sexual relationships with other mature adult women each was consensual barton also said that he was sorry he didn't use better judgment and also sorry he led his constituents down the longest serving texas republican also told the dallas morning news he intends to stay in his race for reelection in the state's sixth congressional district barton is also about to get remarried he spending the.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The local news with me to kim coming up in just a moment from kqed news good evening the time is just about 430 it's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro emily few next the former doctor for the us olympic gymnastics team plead guilty to child sexabuse for all those involved and dead unsold corgi sorry that this was like a cash to turn into a forest fire outta control survivors say they've been reporting the abuse for years now news live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown the search continues in the waters off okinawa for three missing navy personnel who were aboard a military aircraft that crashed on its way to the carrier ronald reagan as npr's tom bowman reports there's no word on what caused the crash helicopters and ships from the us and japan is searching for the missing americans eight others were rescued soon after the c to greyhound aircraft crashed into the pacific their listed in good condition a senior japanese officials said he was told the plane developed engine trouble but us officials still have not pointed to any potential cause the aircraft was taking part in exercises with the japanese navy and is part of the us seventh fleet the fleet has suffered a number of ship accidents this year including the left a total of seventy gene sale lead in both cases navy officials acknowledged there was human error and have sent out teams to make sure sailors are properly trained tom bowman npr news washington the holiday rush is on for thanksgiving day travel aaa projects nearly fifty one million americans will journey fifty miles and more from home this year that's a more than three percent increase from last year thanksgiving kicks off the start of the busy holiday season and if you're travelling by rail get their earlier than usual says amtrak spokesman jason abrams even if he already have it taken komnas thirty to forty five minutes and vast second baggage it's 45 minutes through an hour at if you're playing it ball that rarely bucking at last a lastminute are haven't looked one yet come at least an hour trip which he says the majority of travelers are planning a road trip and will pay.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in culver city california and the uen brown the search continues in the waters off okinawa for three missing navy personnel who were aboard a military aircraft that crashed on its way to the carrier ronald reagan as npr's tom bowman reports there's no word on what caused the crash helicopters and ships for both the us and japan is searching for the missing americans eight others were rescued soon after the c to greyhound aircraft crashed into the pacific are listed in good condition a senior japanese officials said he was told a plane developed engine trouble but us officials still have not pointed to any potential cause the aircraft was taking part in exercises with the japanese navy and is part of the us seventh fleet the fleet has suffered a number of ship accidents this year in uh to the left a total of seventeen sailors dead in both cases navy officials acknowledged there was human error and have sent out teams to make sure sailors are properly trained by tom bowman npr news washington the holiday rush is on for thanksgiving day travelled aaa projects nearly fifty one million americans will journey fifty miles and more from home this year that's a more than three percent increase from last year thanksgiving kicks off the start of the big holiday season and if you're travelling by rail get the earlier than usual says amtrak spokesman jason abrams even if you already have a tank combat thirty to forty five minutes and bath second baggage it's 45 minutes our and if you're playing and paul hit rarely bucking at thank a lastminute are having but one yet come at least an hour aaa says the majority of travellers manning a road trip and will pay the highest gas prices in three years a new survey says about sixty nine percent of americans will do some shopping during the fiveday period from.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

War Stories w/ Oliver North

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

"Summer 1944 two years of heavy losses of aircraft in aircrews had tax the japanese navy to the brink for slaughtering the skies or the philippine sea was the death knell for the once mighty japanese airforce our pilots claimed three hundred eighty aerial kills virtually wiped out the last vestiges of japan's naval air power with a submarine cordoned all around the japanese empire be supplies of natural resources between that he's he's in japan have been virtually choked off with japanese are being pressed across the board lee knew the the blow is coming mark videos the co author of the gut the problem with the japanese naval i can and they didn't aware show one two three four joe one is for the defence of the philippines xiaochu is forty defensive formosa show three will defend and the american attack on the southern japanese island and show for is designed to repel an invasion of northern japan itself show is the japanese word for victory the plans to repel the invaders were the brainchild of animal so we will to yoda it's an elaborate ornate plan they believe in a divine hand guiding events and if the divine hand is on their side they're bound to succeed macarthur in nimitz battled over strategy because there was firmly committed to retake in the philippines but nimitz one of the bypassed and retake formosa now known as taiwan matter a personal honour macarthur feels a personal debt in the philippine people i shall return i shall return he said fdr himself.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show april eighteen nineteen 42 very early in the morning before dawn in the pacific heading due west for japan task force sixteen made up of enterprise and hornet two of the remaining battle carriers for the united states of america against the imperial japanese navy there are surrounded by cruisers and destroyers and their led by submarines for the weather they have an air cap but that is not what's fundament until about this task force fundamental are those large bombers sixteen of them tied down on the deck of hornet sixteen be 25 are the center machine in target tokyo jimmy do little and the raid that have damaged pearl harbor james mc god is the author i welcome james i congratulate him james it's three ten in the morning radar picks up contacted twelve miles there's a howling wind at five am at five fifty eight am again uh a law reconnaissance plane for enterprise seas or picks up ships atf at forty two miles out halls he keeps changing the direction of his task force to avoid running into these ships then they can avoid eight miles out seven thirty eight am the neto maroon number twenty three what is holes e worried about why is there a japanese picket six hundred miles from the mainland good evening to you john thanks so much for having me on to talk about target tokyo uh absolutely you hit a one of the most dramatic point to this book is his uh what what admiral healthy is up to you at this point it he is trying everything he can do to get the key to hit the carriers particularly on it with its sixteen be 25 bombers at close to japan as possible because he's raiders her about execute the first attack on the japanese homeland of or two and it all comes down to how close can they get to japan how close it do do little's on board and i want to give of a couple of figures here so everybody can understand because we have time here james do lidl's optimum is four hundred fifty miles out he can do it in sixunder maybe six fifty at this point there more than eight hundred miles out and hauls he knows that mitch or commanding hornet knows that do little knows that what is the.

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"japanese navy" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"japanese navy" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"You'd midway is actually a really good movie from nineteen seventy six it's charleton heston henry fonda how holbrooke senate oddball bunch of people are in it and it's great because it's you know obviously cgi all the footage as you to actual aircraft aircraft carriers and they actually do goodbye also the japanese navy and on the and a yamamoto and and that whole supply venusfly fastening stuff in there searching for each other in this game of cat and mouse and i really like that but we were talking about also movies that i didn't like an obviously casualties of war i'm not a fan of which is the sean penn sean penn and michael jay fox johnson riley and it's just along rate movie it's in homeless man's a platoon yeah yeah yeah that's right but you know just because movie as antiwar doesn't necessarily mean that i'm not like it because as you were mentioning jpl awful metal jacket in that first half is riveting it it's amazing film work here and if you look at just the way it overtures just just the camera itself going around and following early earn me speaking of which you were there jv away an early early came to the weekly standard office it was one of the greatest editorial lunches we've ever had it was and was your has argued yeah they contacted me and is because early army was doing charitable work for the troops and helping people you know uh who are left at home whether it be husbands or wives with kids and they need help and so he wanted to talk about them like yes absolutely please come over so i went downstairs and waited outside in a car came in dropped him off.

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