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Apr 14 2010
Global Hawk Buzzes Kodiak on First NOAA/NASA Mission
Wednesday, 14 April 2010

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            Kodiak was part of earth science history last week.... Well, it was within sight of the history being made, anyway. An unmanned aircraft flying at over 60,000 feet flew across the North Pacific Ocean from California and turned around just south of the island on Wednesday. The drone was a Global Hawk U-A-S, or "unmanned aerial system," owned by NASA. The mission it flew was in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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Apr 13 2010
KEA Election Results Announced
Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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            The KEA board of directors election results are in. Jay Johnston, Gordon Gould and Linda Freed were selected by KEA members to three year terms.

            Yesterday the Kodiak Electric Association held its 68th Annual membership meeting with 272 registered members in attendance.

            The board of directors also met for a special meeting yesterday. At that time, the board elected officers and set the meeting schedule for the upcoming year.

            Cliff Davidson was re-elected as chairman of the board. Ron Acarregui will serve as vice chairman and Stosh Anderson as secretary/treasurer.

            The next meeting of the KEA board of directors will take place on April 22nd.

 
Apr 13 2010
Kodiak Bodybuilders Win Big in Boise
Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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 Two Kodiak bodybuilding champions earned new titles over the weekend. Veteran bodybuilder Lindsay Knight and newcomer Valene Wilde are bringing back trophies from the Idaho Gold's Classic.

 For Wilde, the event was a victorious return to her home town of Boise. She claimed the Women's Open competition and the Best Poser award in front of family and friends

 

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Apr 13 2010
Air Station Kodiak Thanked by Yacht Skipper
Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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            When the Sailboat "California" broke its mast during the "Clipper Round the World" race, an Air Station Kodiak HC-130 Hercules crew helped rescue the British-flagged vessel. The incident, which took place last month during high wave and wind conditions, resulted in head injuries for one "California" crew member. "Clipper Round the World" is a 10-month long yacht race to circumnavigate the globe.

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Apr 12 2010
Hamilton Demoted, Discharged
Monday, 12 April 2010

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            The former commander of Coast Guard Sector Anchorage, Captain Mark Hamilton, has accepted a negotiated agreement and will not stand before a court martial on charges of behavior unbecoming an officer.

            As part of the pre-trial agreement, Hamilton will be demoted to lieutenant and given a general, rather than an honorable, discharge. Coast Guard prosecutors estimate that the loss in retirement pay will amount to $1.8-million. The demotion to lieutenant was because of what Rear Admiral Christopher Colvin described as "unsatisfactory service in the grades of captain, commander, and lieutenant commander."

            Hamilton was relieved of command in May 2009. An investigation conducted by the Coast Guard Investigative Service revealed that Hamilton had inappropriate relationships with several women under his command, including officers, enlisted Coast Guard members, and civilians, over a period of more than 13 years. Some of the violations he was charged with occurred while he was stationed in Kodiak.

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