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Our Surveyors Roundtable welcomes John Marples and Trimaran Jim Brown to discuss the peculiarities of the mulithull survey. Multihull pioneer John Marples has been a professional marine surveyor since 1970. He is also the author of numerous magazine articles about multihulls. At IBEX 2013, Marples will share his vast experience in assessing the structural integrity of seagoing pleasure and commercial power and sailing multihulls. Join us for this preview.
Musician, and Marine Biologist, Mr. Jac Dalton stops by the Aquatic Wetline to talk all about Marine Biology! Are you a fan of science? Do you like biology? But you keep saltwater fish? Then come learn about Marine Biology. For all of our Saltwater fans, this is for you. Our very first Saltwater/ Marine show! We will be talking about Oceanography, different Marine species, and much more. A very fun show!!! All that and enjoy '' Waterline'' written by Mr. Jac Dalton.
The February 22, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former United States Marine Phillip Thompson, the author of Into the Storm: A U.S. Marine in the Persian Gulf War. Phillip Thompson “was born in Columbus, Mississippi. Writing from an early age, he graduated from Ole Miss with a degree in journalism, then was commissioned as an officer in the Marine Corps. He served on active duty for 12 years as an artillery officer in California, Hawaii and aboard the
Join Tyler Johnson and Kirk Stark will be talking all about Marine Angel fish
Kirk Stark's Bio;
I have been in the saltwater hobby for almost 20 years. I started out with a 29g freshwater setup with kissing Gouramis, tetras, and cardinal fish. I did this for a year, and then I saw that there was more color in saltwater fish.
So before I made the switch, I read, researched, asked questions, etc. for 6 months before I added one drop of saltwater to my tank.
After a couple of years of understanding water chemistry (and building confidence), I upgraded to a 75 gallon bow tank. This is where I would make my first big purchase, a naso tang. Over the years, the addiction would grow, and at one time I had 4 tanks in my home; 12g Eclipse, 75 gallon, 90 gallon and a 125 gallon. The 90 and 125 gallon tanks were side by side and took up the entire wall. My wife said if you add any more tanks, you will have to charge for admission (hahahaha).
When we moved from North Carolina to Washington, my wife came me the best Christmas present. She told me I could have a ONE big tank up to 500 gallons. BUT, there was a catch. All other tanks had to go and NO tanks were allow in the house. See we have a special needs son who does not walk, but commando crawls on the floor, so it is imperative to keep the carpet clean AND not wet.
So once we found a house, there was a perfect place for my "dream" tank. It would be an in-wall 375 gallon custom built acrylic tank with a 125 gallon sump. This tank has been running for 7 years.
The current theme is a FOWLR and I like to call it "Angel Heaven".
The majority of my fish are large angelfish.
Marine Staff Sergeant Thomas Charles Linville (Charlie) enlisted in the Marine Corps 2006, and shortly hereafter married his high school sweetheart Mandi. They have two daughters. Charlie's served multiple tours in both Iraq and Afganistan. It was in the latter, while serving as an Ordinance Disposal Technician - he and his team rendered safe multiple IED’s, disposed of explosives both “homemade” and conventional ammunition - that Charlie was stru
Surveying the America’s Cup and Other Outlandish Tales One of the questions coming out of San Francisco Bay this year is, “What’s going to happen to those $16 million boats after it’s all over?” And that got us wondering: What will happen? Will some surveyor get the call to hustle on over and write up the paperwork for a pre-purchase survey? That could be fun. For this show, we’ll talk about what takes place when a surveyor is faced with preparing a C&V
Andrew Luxon is back from Beaver Lake, Stop #4 of the Walmart FLW Tour. Join us live as Andrew joins us with all the post tournament details covering fishing conditions, lure choices and all the on the water details not seen in regular tournament coverage...
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Tonight on Beards on MMA, we welcome back our friend Mike “The Marine” Richman. Fresh off his first round knockout of Akop Stepanyan at Bellator 102, he returns for the Featherweight Tournament on February 28th and steps in against Desmond Green. We’ll catch Mike’s plans for Desmond Green, the tough competition in this tournament and rising to the top of a jam packed Featherweight Division. We’ll also discuss UFC 169, and where dominant wins le