Ford and GM are racing to boast “We are number 3!” »In the electric vehicle market

Photo: VCG General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co are stepping up their century-old rivalry, this time around which will sell more electric vehicles by 2025. But with Tesla firmly established as the world leader in electric vehicles and the Volkswagen Group mounting a challenge of more than $ 100 …

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Aviation Academy students make their first solo flights | New

Two students take off thanks to the Aviation Academy of the Sainte-Croix vocational and technical training center. Carlos Alexander, senior at St. Croix Educational Complex and Cylius Gordon, senior at St. Croix Central High School, recently completed their first solo flights, the first step towards obtaining a pilot’s license. CETC …

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USS Carl Vinson’s plane suffered two “Class A” incidents last week

Two planes assigned to the deployed aircraft carrier Carl Vinson suffered so-called “Class A” crashes last week, but officials said no one was injured. The first occurred around 1 p.m. on November 22, when the starboard engine of an F / A-18E Super Hornet caught fire in flight during training …

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How 2 flights to Europe may have spurred the spread of a new variant

After the Omicron variant emerged in Africa last week, the United States, the European Union and other countries have banned flights from southern Africa. Israel and Morocco have slammed their doors on the world. Australia, Japan and other countries have postponed opening up and have joined China, which has adopted …

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Capewell appoints Marine Corps veteran Thomas Weidley as chief operating officer

Capewell appoints Marine Corps veteran Thomas Weidley as chief operating officer Tweet this Weidley was charged with United States Marine Corps in 1987 and served as a naval aviator and attack helicopter pilot in subsequent years. During his 34 years of service, Weidley participated in several combat operations in the …

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SAF-powered Airbus Jet and Chase perform promising test flight

An Airbus A350 running on 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) was chased by a Falcon aircraft during a recent test campaign. The test flight offered crucial insight, with initial results indicating that SAF has a positive impact on aircraft emissions. The recent flight was part of ECLIF3, a project that …

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The price of gasoline and diesel will only fall thanks to the sustained decline in international oil prices, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New Delhi: Gasoline and diesel prices will only be reduced if the current decline in international oil prices continues for a few more days, with domestic retail prices set to a 15-day moving average, sources said official. Global benchmark Brent crude oil prices have remained broadly capped at around $ …

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Senders brace for another pandemic of Christmas gifts

By DAVID SHARP Associated Press PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – The last holiday season was far from the most wonderful time of year for the U.S. Postal Service: sick and quarantined workers, a flood of shoppers’ packages loath to put the feet in stores and a last minute dump of packages …

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Taiwan: Taiwan scrambles to warn 27 Chinese planes in its defense zone

TAIPEI – Taiwan’s air force rushed again on Sunday to remove 27 Chinese planes that entered its air defense zone, Taiwan’s defense ministry said, the latest increase in tensions across the strait from Taiwan. Taiwan, claimed by China, has been complaining for a year or more about repeated Chinese Air …

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Major collision between two merchant ships in the Gulf of Kutch, no casualties

A major collision occurred between two freighters, the MV Aviator and Atlantic Grace in the Gulf of Kutch in Gujarat on Friday evening, causing a major oil spill in the Arabian Sea. As PRO Defense of Gujarat informed on Saturday, the collision between the two bulk carriers took place late …

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