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first_imgBy Liz McNealIf you ask Emil Martinelli how he juggled his duty to his country, his civil citizen career and being a family man, he says, “when you’re motivated, you can do whatever you want.” However, he would never take all the credit himself. He declares that he owes it all to two things; the liberty one has to serve this country and the support of a stable career from Broadley’s, the local energy solutions specialists.Emil graduated high school in 1969, the same year the Vietnam Lottery draft was in full swing. Nevertheless, he decided to serve his country at his own will in the New Jersey Air National Guard (NJANG). On June 10, 1969, Emil graduated and had only a few days to relax and celebrate his success. He was quickly met with his duty to boot camp in Texas on June 21. That August, he was released to return home to South Jersey for on the job training (OJT). This gave Emil just enough time before beginning OJT to squeeze in a concert with his brother; Woodstock. To his dismay, he had the shortest hair there. After their quick trip to New York, Emil served in the 177th Fighter Wing until 1975.In 1983, Emil was able to begin his career at Broadley’s as the Service Manager. The routine of his nine to five was altered in 1991 in reaction to The First Gulf War. Emil describes it as his “patriotism being resurrected.” After 17 years in military retirement, Emil rejoined the NJANG at 41-years-old. He made the conscious decision not to sacrifice any aspects of his life, balancing his time between his responsibility to Broadley’s, along with extra training time on base.Then, on September 11, 2001, a routine day of checks and training did not go as expected. Emil was on base in Pomona, NJ acting as the Weapons Shop Maintenance 3 Supervisor in the NJANG. He had just finished prepping the fighter jets for their regular morning routine flight and was ready at the end of the tarmac to give the pilots the salute for liftoff. As soon as he heard on the radio “Red Ball, Red Ball. Back to the shop!” the aircrafts had to turn around. They quickly replaced their practice munitions for active air-to-air munitions. His life, everyone’s life on that base and everyone’s life in our nation had changed that day. At the time, Emil’s son was only 16-years-old and a senior in high school. He had always had his sights set on joining the military after watching his father on NJANG duty. On that day, he became absolute on following his father. Emil, his son and his son’s best friend from preschool went on to work in the Weapon’s shop on base. They all even completed a temporary duty in Qatar together.Intermittently between active deployment and routine time on the base training others, Emil was promised his previous job at Broadley’s. He was welcomed back with open arms after his recommitment to his service with a promotion. Emil’s impressive character can be seen in several milestones throughout his life, including rising in the ranks from a three-striper to an E9 slot, in addition to earning his third-degree black belt. All the while, this month marks his 33-year anniversary with Broadley’s. He is well assessed in just about every department and is currently a vital, full-time member of the team. Emil has worked with several other veterans, current and past employees at Broadley’s, including Eric Cherry, Bill Hernisey, Lee Weed and Matt Burke. Perhaps Broadley’s is such an integral part to employing military personnel because of its original founder, Gam Broadley, who joined the Marine Corps in reaction to the attack on Pearl Harbor and served in active duty during World War II.To all the men at Broadley’s who have served, and the men and women around the world who have served and are serving on behalf of our country, we say a special thank you. While we encourage celebration of our veterans every day, we urge you to take an extra moment this Veteran’s Day to reflect on all those who have sacrificed their lives and time with their family to serve our country. There is a lot to be admired by those who have the ambition and heart to serve. Whether it’s by cooking a meal for a vet, volunteering time to convene at your local VA or expressing gratitude by simply saying thanks, any act of appreciation will leave a lasting impression that our veterans deserve.last_img read more

first_imgThe Port of New Bedford in Massachusetts has received a USD 15.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation which will be used for expanding and improving the infrastructure.The Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant will help the port extend its bulkhead, making room for 60 additional commercial vessels and providing an additional site for offshore wind activities.The project is also said to sequester 250,000 cubic yards of contaminated materials and provide for the beneficial use of 130,000 cubic yards of sediment.To remind, the Port of New Bedford applied for the government grant in October 2017 seeking to make room for an increase in activities.In July, Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren, together with Representative Bill Keating, sent a letter to the Department of Transportation urging for the grant.“Christmas has come early for the Port of New Bedford, and all of the hard-working fishermen, off-shore wind stagers, and residents who rely on the Port’s success,” said Markey, member of the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee and Environment and Public Works Committee.“With this BUILD Grant, New Bedford will be able to make much needed improvements and expansions to the Port, while eradicating harmful environmental contaminants. It’s a simple formula: better infrastructure equals more commercial activity, and more commercial activity equals greater economic development and job creation for New Bedford and the South Shore.”According to Representative Keating, the fund will unlock the potential of the harbor and the city, support the fishing industry, create hundreds of new and permanent local jobs, as well as lead to increased state and private investment in New Bedford’s commercial sector.last_img read more

Oxlade-Chamberlain eyes first of many

September 21, 2020 | zelepmlo | No Comments

first_imgMidfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is confident Arsenal’s next trophy will be the catalyst for an era of success for Arsene Wenger’s new generation. The Gunners head to Wembley on Saturday afternoon to take on holders Wigan for a place in next month’s FA Cup final, and a shot at ending nine campaigns without a trophy. Oxlade-Chamberlain insists that while the current squad are not burdened by the weight of expectation, they are all conscious of just what ending the best part of a barren decade would mean for the future. “It is definitely a springboard and a confidence boost going on to the future.” Oxlade-Chamberlain added: “Once you do get that experience of winning the first one, you automatically build confidence that you can go on and do that again and again and again. That experience is vital. “I always hear commentators talking about squads that have been around and that have won things, they always mention the experience of winning, and knowing what it takes to win. They have only got that through winning trophies, and winning competitions. “That is definitely something that will help this team to go on and push forward and be successful in the future, but it is just getting to that first one, and that is a lot easier said than done. “We are all desperate to win, there is no doubt about that, but for me it is not so much that I am really impatient, I am more interested in trying to play as well as I can, and help the team whenever I am needed. “I believe that with the team that we have here, it will come.” Oxlade-Chamberlain can remember watching on as Arsenal beat Southampton to win the 2003 FA Cup final in Cardiff, while his father Mark often recall stories of his appearance for Portsmouth against Liverpool in the 1992 semi-final against Liverpool at Highbury, where he limped off injured and missed the replay defeat on penalties at Villa Park. The Arsenal midfielder, though, knows there can be no dreaming of a piece of his own Wembley glory in May just yet, as Wigan will want their say. “We don’t think we are massive favourites and they are underdogs. We know it will be really hard,” he said. “If they can beat Man City, on their day they can beat us, and it is our responsibility to make sure that does not happen by not taking anything for granted and approaching the game in the right manner. “We know what is in store and what they are capable of, so we need to give them the respect they deserve and do what we need to do as a team.” “I have been here for three seasons and others have only joined this season so in a way, as a club, it is weighing on us, but as players it is not like that,” said Oxlade-Chamberlain, the 20-year-old England international who signed from Southampton. “We have all come together as a fairly new squad and for the time we have been together, we have been building ourselves up to a moment like this. “When people say it has been weighing on the club heavily, the players are fully aware of that and we want to make that right. “But as a group of players, the most important thing is that we have been gelling together over a fairly short period of time, maybe two or three years. “So for us it is just trying to do the basics right and working together as a team to win a trophy.” Photos of Wenger’s ‘Invincibles’ side of 2003/2004 adorn the walls of Arsenal’s London Colney base, and Oxlade-Chamberlain is confident the latest generation can cement their own place in Arsenal history over the coming seasons. “With the pictures around the training ground, that would be nice,” said the England World Cup hopeful. “It is just good to get into winning ways, to win a trophy, to be able to go the whole journey as a team and win it, that is a massive experience for a team like us, who are fairly new together. Press Associationlast_img read more

first_img Ian Hogg joins RPM Gaming as Chairman May 5, 2020 UK Tote gains international ‘commingling pool ecosystem’ with Sportech April 17, 2020 Sportech highlights new client wins under lockdown June 26, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share Share StumbleUpon The governance of London-listed Sportech Plc has detailed confidence in the firm’s performance and future prospects as 2019 trading is forecasted to surpass ‘adjusted EBITDA expectations’.Updating investors, Sportech governance details that the company has benefited from ‘operational efficiencies’ implemented across the firm’s business channels, forming part of Sportech’s wider group transformation programme.During the course of 2019, the racing and wagering systems provider has disposed of non-profitable verticals and further streamlined operating costs, improving its group-wide earnings capacity.Supporting the firm’s efficiency drive, Sportech has reduced its capital expenditure projects by significantly reducing its group expenditure.Meanwhile, the Group’s other business units including Racing and Digital, Bump 50:50 and Lottery are anticipated to demonstrate net contribution growth in FY 2019.Richard McGuire, Chief Executive Officer of Sportech, said: “Sportech now has a management team in place to transform the business to drive growth and efficiencies. We have extricated the Group from a number of historically expensive strategies, delivered an efficient and lower operational cost base, and we are now much more confident in the Group’s ability to deliver significant value to our clients and shareholders.”last_img read more