The following people were indicted by the Campbell County Grand Jury on Wednesday. They will be arraigned in criminal court of JMonday, uly 23 at 8:30 am.-Bobby Boshears, Jr.- three count of assault, evading arrest, resisting arrest, public intoxication-Lesha Massengill- three counts of felony reckless endangerment, driving on a revoked license, leaving the scene of an accident with injury-Ryan Daniel- DUI, possession of a schedule IV controlled substance-Randy Lowe- possession of a firearm by a convicted felon-Gary Weldon- violation of the sex offender registry, perjury (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/13/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook A look at some of the recent newspaper stories involving Chelsea…Eden Hazard has been outstanding this season.Eden Hazard could be made Chelsea captain, according to the Daily Telegraph.With Gary Cahill, who took over as captain from John Terry, having lost his place in the side, Cesar Azpilicueta has worn the armband this season.Boss Maurizio Sarri has repeatedly said he is yet to make a final decision on who will be club captain.AdChoices广告The Telegraph say defender Azpilicueta hopes to be named as permanent skipper by Sarri this week but that the Italian could instead opt for Hazard.The newspaper say there “has been a feeling within the club” that making Hazard captain might help persuade him to commit his long-term future to Chelsea and sign a new contract.Sarri suggested last week that the issue was close to being resolved.He said: “I want to speak with my club face to face before I tell you my decision. I think it’s right the club knows my decision before the journalists.“It has been impossible in the last two or three weeks, but I think it will be possible next week.”Batshuayi wants Chelsea returnMichy Batshuayi still wants to establish himself at ChelseaIn an interview with the The Times, Michy Batshuayi says he does not want to join Valencia on a permanent basis.Batshuayi, on loan at the Spanish club from Chelsea, says he is aiming to return to Stamford Bridge “a better player” and establish himself there.From the weekend…Terry ‘agrees return as Under-23 boss’ John Terry has agreed a return to Chelsea as manager of the club’s development side, The Sun on Sunday has reported.The newspaper claimed the Blues legend has agreed an £800,000 deal to take control of the Under-23s once he has completed his coaching badges.Former Chelsea captain Terry, 37, has been considering his options since leaving Aston Villa during the summer.He recently backed out of a move to Spartak Moscow and has made no secret of his desire to enter coaching and management.Sarri is said to be behind the move to bring Terry back to the Bridge.Sarri recently said he would welcome Terry back but had been led to believe the ex-England defender wanted to continue playing.The Sun on Sunday quoted a source as saying: “John has made no bones about the fact he’s keen to get into management and obviously Chelsea has always been the dream.“He has been in talks with the boss for the past few weeks and has verbally agreed the deal.“It will only come to fruition though once he has finished his badges.“An as-yet undecided manager will take over in the interim.”Sunday Mirror claim Blues want Hazard’s brotherIt’s claimed that another of Eden Hazard’s younger brothers could join ChelseaChelsea want Eden Hazard’s 15-year-old brother Ethan, it is claimed.The teenager is currently on the books of local Belgian club AFC Tubize and the Sunday Mirror claimed he could be the fourth Hazard to be signed by Chelsea.Another younger brother of Blues star Eden, 23-year-old Kylian, is on the club’s books, while Thorgan Hazard had a spell at Stamford Bridge before moving to Germany.Ramsey still being linkedReports continue to claim Chelsea want Aaron Ramsey. [Picture: Nick Potts/PA Wire]Chelsea continue to be linked with Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey.The Wales international’s contract at the Emirates Stadium is due to expire next summer and talks over a new deal have reportedly broken down.Chelsea have long been linked with a move for Ramsey amid much speculation over his future.The Sunday Express have nevertheless claimed an ‘exclusive’ in declaring that Chelsea want to sign him.The newspaper said Manchester United are also keen on Ramsey and that Arsenal will look for £25m for him in January rather than lose him on a free transfer at the end of the season.Speculation over Morata’s future continuesAlvaro Morata continues to struggle in front of goal. [Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire]Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata continues to be linked with a return to Juventus.The Sun on Sunday suggested he could be sold to the Turin club, where he spent two seasons on loan between 2014 and 2016.
The 20th most successful player of the National Hockey League (NHL) in the fight against cancer. Haverchuk was selected by the Winnipeg Jets team in the NHL draft in 1981 with his first number, and the following season he made his debut in the strongest league on the planet. During his career, the striker spent nine seasons with the Jets, then five years with the Buffalo Sabers, half the season with the St. Louis Blues, and the last season and a half with the Philadelphia Flyers.Haverchuk climbed the regular ice championship in 1188 games, scoring 518 goals and scoring 1409 points, which puts him 20th on the league’s top scorers. In the Stanley Cup, he participated in 97 matches, scoring 30 goals and making 99 assists.He once became the youngest hockey player in the NHL, reaching the 100-point mark, but in 2006, Sydney Crosby broke that record. He was also the first hockey player to play 1,000 games in the NHL before his 31st anniversary.Significantly, in one of his 16 seasons, he did not participate in the Stanley Cup. True, only the last of them he made it to the finals. In 2001, Haverčuk was admitted to the Hockey Hall of Fame together with Vyacheslav Fetisov, Mike Garner and Jari Kurri.At the end of his hockey career, the Canadian began his coaching career. For the last ten years of his life, he led the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) team in Bari Colts. Hockey players such as Aaron Ecblad, Mark Sheifel, Tanner Pearson and Ryan Sazaki have played in this unit under Haverchuk.
The inaugural Ganesh Parts and General Store golf tournament will get underway today at the Lusignan Golf Club after a lengthy delay. The tournament was originally set for April 22 but severe showers sweeping across the coast over the past two weeks and the scheduling of another tournament last week (which was also washed out) forced the tournament to today.Golfers will tee-off at 08:00h and the tournament will be contested in the Medal Play format. Prizes will be awarded to the top three Best Net scores, the Best Gross score and the Nearest to a specified Pin.Earlier, Sales Manager at Ganesh Parts, Suresh Rampersaud, expressed his delight at the contribution the company is making towards the improvement of golf in Guyana. Lusignan Golf Club President, Aleem Hussain, also reiterated the club’s gratitude for the ready response of sponsors like Ganesh Parts, adding that he appreciates the continued goodwill being demonstrated by the company in sponsoring this event.
(Reuters) – Centuries by Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq helped Pakistan overhaul New Zealand’s total of 274 but a lower-order collapse saw their lead restricted to 74 on day three of the third and final test in Abu Dhabi yesterday. Sarfraz Ahmed’s side nevertheless regained control of the match by picking up two quick New Zealand wickets to leave them in trouble at 26-2 in 14 overs at close of play.Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson, who scored a fighting 89 in the first innings, was batting on 14 with nightwatchman William Somerville for company on one with the visitors trailing by 48.Pakistan, who resumed on their overnight score of 139-3, rode on Azhar’s 134 and Shafiq’s 104 to get into a commanding position in the series decider at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium. The pair’s 201-run partnership for the fourth wicket ended when Azhar became off-spinner Somerville’s first test victim.The 33-year-old batsman mistimed a sweep to offer Ajaz Patel a catch at short fine leg and leave Pakistan at 286-4.Shafiq perished shortly afterwards after failing to read left-armer Patel’s arm ball and was adjudged leg before with a review confirming the dismissal. His wicket triggered a Pakistan collapse as they went from 304-5 to 348 all out with Somerville ripping up the tail after tea to finish with figures of 4-75.New Zealand could not capitalise as opener Jeet Raval was dismissed for a duck by left-arm paceman Shaheen Shah Afridi before leg-spinner Yasir Shah sent back Tom Latham for 10. Shah, who has four wickets in the match, needs one more to replace Australian Clarrie Grimmett as the fastest man to claim 200 test victims. Leg-spinner Grimmett reached the 200 mark in his 36th test back in 1936. Shah is on 199 in just his 33rd test match.New Zealand won the opening test in Abu Dhabi by four runs before Pakistan squared the three-match series with victory in the second test in Dubai by an innings and 16 runs.
• Insists Super Eagles not the best team in AfricaNigeria Manager Gernot Rohr, who has signed a new contract with the Nigeria Football Federation, has said the Super Eagles are “not number one in Africa” and may not deliver the 2021 Afcon.The German told BBC Sport Africa he is “happy to continue” with Nigeria and that the new deal was “good for all of us.” The contract quagmire between the Nigeria Football Federation and their coach, which lasted for over two months, finally came to an end with the announcement by the President of the Federation on Wednesday. But the NFF statement also highlighted a major expectation – that Rohr is to deliver the Afcon 2021 title to Nigeria, something the manager thinks will be difficult, though not impossible.“When you go to a tournament it is to win it,” Rohr said.“We finished third in the last one, and everybody wants to progress. But we know also that it is very difficult to win this tournament because we are not number one in Africa.“But it is good to have these milestones and ambition.”Rohr, whose new two-and-a-half year contract runs until the 2022 World Cup, also highlighted that he understands the risks of his contract and knows he has to qualify for Qatar.“My contract all the time is a risk because it is finished when we are eliminated from a competition – whether the Afcon or World Cup,” he explained.“I took the risk already when I arrived, and it is still the same. But I am very optimistic, because now we have a team which is playing good football and I have confidence in my players.”Meanwhile, Nigeria international Chibuzor Okonkwo believes Rohr can make the Super Eagles the best team on the African continent.The Kwara United defender also believes that the 66-year-old coach can win the AFCON title with the Super Eagles.“He has been doing well and I believed he has a good team which can win trophies for Nigeria. He deserved to continue to be in charge of the Super Eagles,” Okonkwo told Goal.“Winning the Africa Cup of Nations title is not a tall dream because nothing is impossible and I believe Rohr can do it for Nigeria.Nigeria have won the AFCON title three times and the last time they won the competition was in 2013.“He needs to bring in more experienced players to the team, although the present young players at his disposal are doing well,” he added.“But he needs to blend the team to make it competitive.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
14 August 2020, 12:41 EV Breeding: Irish-bred horses competed well in the USA last week 20 August 2020, 10:59 Irish-bred horses and riders lead the way at Kilguilkey International 31 July 2020, 13:30 EV Breeding: Young Irish-bred horses progressing in international Eventing 24 July 2020, 15:26 EV Breeding: Success for Traditional Irish Horses last week 17 July 2020, 14:51 EV Breeding: Irish-bred Horses Win 13 Eventing Classes Home » Breeding News » Irish-bred horses win “The Big Three” with last week’s triumph at Burghley 2019 Tags: eventing, five star, Irish bred, irish sport horse Irish-bred horses win “The Big Three” with last week’s triumph at Burghley 2019 Related news stories 9 September 2019, 15:28 It has been an incredible year for the Irish-bred horse at the top level of Eventing, with Irish horses winning the three biggest five-star events consecutively in 2019. The first ever newly categorised five-star event, the Land Rover Kentucky Three Day Event was won by world-class Cooley Master Class (ISH) with Oliver Townend (GBR) back in April, and the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials came to a dramatic close when Vanir Kamira (ISH) and Piggy French (GBR) clinched the win just edging out Townend and Ballaghmor Class (ISH). Finally, Pippa Funnell (GBR) and MGH Grafton Street (ISH) took the win at Burghley over one of the most complex courses of the year so far.Bringing “the big three” to a close last week, the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials was the ultimate show-down between the world’s top horses and riders – a fitting end to the three biggest five-star Eventing competitions in the world with an incredible three Irish-bred wins. The Dressage phase saw six Irish-bred horses finish in the top ten, some ridden by the world’s highest ranking riders such as world number one and Burghley 2018 winners Tim Price (NZL) with Ringwood Sky Boy (ISH), as well as Pippa Funnell with MGH Grafton Street (ISH), Piggy French with Vanir Kamira (ISH), the 2019 Badminton winners, and Oliver Townend with Ballaghmor Class (ISH), all for Great Britain.The Cross Country phase was when the horse and rider combinations were truly tested – the course was over incredibly undulating ground, with technical combinations throughout. A fantastic testament to the Irish-bred horse – of the 31 finishers, 14 were Irish-bred (45%), with seven Irish-bred horses finishing in the top ten (70%), and 10 in the top 20 (50%). Throughout the hugely testing competition, the Irish horse held its own – of the initial 67 starters, 42% were Irish-bred, and of the 33 horses which completed the Cross Country phase, 45% were Irish-bred.Some of the most outstanding achievements of the week were attributed to Irish horses – Vanir Kamira (ISH) and Piggy French (GBR), 2019 Badminton winners were the only combination to make it around the Cross Country course clear and inside the time leaving them in second place overall.Another remarkable moment was when Ivar Gooden (ISH) and Imogen Murray (GBR) cleared the Cross Country course with only four time faults, bringing them from 60th place into 8th after Cross Country. Then after jumping clear and inside the time in the Show Jumping phase, the pair finished in 6th place. Pippa Funnell and Irish-bred MGH Grafton Street (ISH) picked up just four time faults on Cross Country, increasing their score from 22.8 after dressage to 26.8, just 0.1 lower than Piggy’s score of 26.9, their score in the Dressage phase.In third place after Cross Country was Great Britain’s Oliver Townend with Ballaghmor Class (ISH) on a score of 27.3 with only two Cross Country time faults to add, and the score difference between third and fourth position meant that all top three riders had a fence in hand to be able to finish in the final top three after Show Jumping. As it happened, the top three all finished with one fence down, adding four points to their scores.It is a testament to the Irish-bred horse’s skill, scope, ability and consistency that the three biggest five-star events in the world, the Grand Slam of Eventing, have been won by Irish-bred horses consecutively in 2019. At Badminton, the top six horses were Irish-bred, and Irish horses made up 80% of the top ten. At Kentucky, Cooley Master Class (ISH) claimed the first five-star win, and Piggy French’s Quarrycrest Echo (ISH) finished fourth at Kentucky (and also recently helped Team Great Britain claim the silver medal at the European Championships last month), demonstrating the truly world-class standard of the Irish-bred horse, and to round up the year with such a fantastic result at Burghley is the perfect result for Irish horses.MGH Grafton Street (ISH) and Pippa Funnell (GBR) taking on the Horse Sport Ireland Flyover at the Land Rover Brughley Horse Trials 2019See below for the full Irish-bred results:Top ten:1st MGH Grafton Street (ISH)[AKA Bannerfarm Rocket] – 2008 gelding by OBOS Quality 004 (OLD). Rider: Pippa Funnell (GBR) 22.8, 4, 1.0 = 30.82nd Vanir Kamira (ISH) – 2005 mare by Camiro De Haar Z (ZANG) out of Fair Caledonian (WNTR) by Dixi (TB). Breeder: Kathryn Jackson (Monaghan). Rider: Piggy French (GBR) 26.9, 4, 0.0 = 30.93rd Ballaghmor Class (ISH) – 2007 gelding Courage II (HOLST) out of Kilderry Place (ISH). Breeder: Noel Hickey (Limerick). Rider: Oliver Townend (GBR) 25.3, 4, 2.0 = 31.35th Bango [ISH][AKA Bango Royale] – 2006 gelding by Garrison Royal (ISH) out of No Sale (ISH)[TIH] by Don Tristan (TB). Breeder: James Foley (Wexford). Rider: Tim Price (NZL) 29.6, 0, 12.0 = 41.66th Ivar Gooden [ISH] – 2007 gelding by Young Convinced (TB) out of Ballybrohan Diamond [ISH] by Coevers Diamond Boy (ISH)[TIH]. Breeder: Pat Coffey (Tipperary). Rider: Imogen Murray (GBR) 40.4, 0, 4.0 = 44.47th Santiago Bay (ISH) – 2008 mare by ARS Vivendi (HOLST) out of Zantus (ISH) by Aldatus Z (OLD). Breeder: Thomas Merrigan (Wicklow). Rider: Gemma Tattersall (GBR) 29.9, 4, 11.2 = 45.110th Leamore Master Plan (ISH) [AKA Sambuco] – 2009 gelding by Master Imp (TB) out of Ardragh Bash (ISH) by Cavalier Royale (HOLST). Breeder: Michael Byrne (Wicklow). Rider: Ariel Grald (USA) 38.1, 4, 15.6 = 57.7.Other Irish-bred finishers:14th Camembert (ISH) – 2005 gelding by Courage II (HOLST) out of Skehanagh Diamond Lass (ISH)[TIH] by Colin Diamond (ISH)[TIH]. Breeder: John Freeman (Galway). Rider: Emily Philip (GBR) 66.518th LCC Barnaby (ISH) – 2006 gelding by Guy Cavalier (ISH) out of Lady Tanjour (ISH) by Rafael (KWPN) Breeder: Martin Collins (Meath). Rider: Lillian Heard (USA) 71.920th On the Brash (ISH) – 2006 gelding by Mise Eire (TB) out of Hollymount Girl [ISH] by Diamond Clover (ID). Breeder: Peter Brady (Roscommon). Rider: Caroline Powell (NZL) 75.122nd The Lion (ISH) – 2002 gelding by Ricardo Z (ZANG) out of Cartron Countess (ISH)[TIH] by Nad Elshiba (TB). Breeder: Sean Donohoe (Longford). Rider: Matthew Heath (GBR) 79.123rd Shannondale Quest (ISH) – 2005 gelding by Cascaletto St Ghyvan Z (ZANG) out of Shannon Dales Clover (ISH)[TIH] by Clover Hill (ID). Breeder: Peter Rice (Monaghan). Rider: David Doel (GBR) 80.424th Blackthorn Cruise (ISH) – 2009 gelding by Vancouver (KWPN) out of MS Cruise (ISH)[TIH] by Cruising (ISH)[TIH]. Breeder: David Carey (Mayo). Rider: Daniel Jocelyn (NZL) 82.527th MGH Bingo Boy (unk) – 2008 gelding. Rider: Nicky Hill (GBR) 86.7. 3 September 2020, 09:35 Ballindenisk the ultimate showcase for Irish horses
While speaking at length about the tragic death of cornerback Tray Walker as well as NFL rules changes and instant replay, Ravens coach John Harbaugh also provided health updates on several players at the league meetings in Boca Raton, Fla. on Tuesday morning.Tight end Crockett Gillmore continues to recover from offseason shoulder surgery, but the Ravens learned recently that he would not need surgery for torn labrums in both shoulders as was previously thought. Gillmore’s uncertain status as well as the 10-game suspension of second-year tight end Nick Boyle prompted Baltimore to sign veteran Benjamin Watson two weeks ago, but their 2015 starting tight end appears to no longer be a question mark for the start of the coming season and could even be back on the practice field for organized team activities this spring.“It turned out that as time went on, the other shoulder didn’t need to be done,” Harbaugh said. “He’s had one shoulder done, and they say now that the other one does not need to be done. He’s going to be fine, probably for OTAs — certainly for training camp. That [information came] within the last two weeks, so that was great news for us.”Meanwhile, quarterback Joe Flacco remains “right on schedule” to be ready for training camp, but Harbaugh reiterated that the Ravens will “just have to see how he feels” as they move closer to the summer.Second-year wide receiver Breshad Perriman continues to rehab from a partially-torn posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, but the Ravens are still saying that the 2015 first-round pick should be ready for spring workouts. Of course, observers will remain skeptical until the Central Florida product is back on the practice field and can prove he is healthy after initially injuring his knee on the first full day of training camp last July and suffering a setback in late September.“The expectation for Breshad is to be back for OTAs,” Harbaugh said. “I don’t know what percentage [the knee] is right now, but I know that everybody seems to be happy with his progress. He looks strong. I’ve seen him in there a few times in rehab. Everybody tells me that he’s right where he should be.”Meanwhile, Harbaugh offered an update on veteran linebacker Terrell Suggs, who suffered a torn Achilles tendon in the season opener last Sept. 13 and didn’t have extensive contact with the organization after the injury. The 2011 AP Defensive Player of the Year was arrested and charged with two misdemeanors in Arizona earlier this month for driving with a suspended license and failing to notify after striking a fixture.The fact that Suggs was still in a walking boot when he stood on the Ravens’ sideline during their Week 16 win over Pittsburgh raised some eyebrows regarding his recovery last December, but the organization continues to express an optimistic outlook for his 2016 status. The six-time Pro Bowl selection will be entering his 14th season and turns 34 in October.“Just texting with Terrell back and forth and talking to Mark Smith, he seems to be on schedule,” Harbaugh said. “I have not seen him, so I have not done my own eyeball test yet. Terrell’s going to work hard. He’s going to be ready.”
Harrison is a versatile athlete who has played a plethora of football positions in high school. The Ravens needed to sure up their middle linebacker position and they have come up with aces in this draft. The Ravens have added to a lot of their needs in this draft. Please follow and like us: The Ravens select Ohio State linebacker Malik Harrison with the 98th overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft. The Ravens add another athletic middle linebacker, along with their first round pick Patrick Queen.
In the men’s game, Lamar enters the game 11-11 overall and 5-5 in conference while UIW is 12-6 overall and 4-4 in conference. UIW returns to San Antonio after playing its two previous games on the road, where the Cardinals defeated Nicholls before falling to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Lamar has dropped three of its last four and is coming off a road loss at Sam Houston State. UIW is 6-1 on the year at the McDermott Center while Lamar is 2-10 on the road. UIW will lean heavily on its senior guard Denzel Livingston, who was recently named to the Lou Henson Watch List, an award presented annually to the mid-major player of the year. Livingston averages 21.9 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.1 blocks per game. In conference play, he averages 22.4 points, which tops the Southland. Freshman Jontrell Walker also provides an offensive spark for the Cardinals as he is second on the team with 17.3 points per game. As a team, the Cardinals are second in the league with 84.5 points per game thanks to their 51.1 field goal percentage. Lamar is averaging 11.7 more points than its Southland opponents in large part thanks to its tough defense, which forces 11.4 steals per game. Junior guard JaMeisha Edwards leads her team with 18.1 points per game while graduate student forward Dominique Edwards is not far behind with 12.3 points per game. UIW ranks third among Southland teams with 9.2 steals per conference game. Junior forward Yvonne Maosa is the team’s leadings scorer with 10.2 points per game while grabbing 5.9 boards per game in Southland action. Freshman guard Jazmine Holman leads the league with 3.8 steals and ranks third in league play with 4.8 assists per game. The Lamar-UIW meetings are part of a four-game Southland schedule on ESPN3 Saturday. Earlier, the New Orleans and Central Arkansas basketball teams will meet in Conway, starting with the women at noon, followed by the men at 2:30 p.m. In the women’s contest, UIW enters the game 5-15 overall and 2-7 in conference play while Lamar is 12-10 overall and 9-2 in league action. UIW is looking to snap a five-game losing streak, last winning on Jan. 17 in a 82-70 decision against Southeastern Louisiana. Lamar enters Saturday at the top of the Southland standings, winning seven of its last eight. This will be the first match up UIW and Lamar this season. ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network, a destination that delivers thousands of exclusive sports events annually. It is accessible online at WatchESPN.com, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app and streamed on televisions through Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Lamar is led by senior guard Anthony Holliday, who paces the Cardinals with 21.1 points and 3.9 assists per game in league play. On the boards, the Cardinals rely on senior forward Tyran de Lattibeaudiere, who pulls down 7.1 rebounds per game while blocking 1.6 shots per game on the defensive end. Lamar is led by first-year coach Tic Price, who has helped the Cardinals to 11 overall and five league wins so far this season, which is more than what the Cardinals accumulated the previous two seasons combined. David Saltzman will handle play-by-play duties. He will be joined courtside by color analyst and former Baylor men’s basketball coach Jim Haller. Chris Mycoskie is set to host the MidSouth Bank Halftime Report for both games. FRISCO, Texas – Saturday’s Lamar vs. UIW basketball games will be featured live on ESPN3 from the McDermott Convocation Center in San Antonio, Texas. This is the third of eight Southland Conference regular-season doubleheaders on the network. The women’s game is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. CST, followed by the men’s matchup at 7:30 p.m. The network is currently available to 95 million homes at no additional cost to fans who receive their high-speed Internet connection or video subscription from an affiliated service provider. The network is also available at no cost to approximately 21 million U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers, smartphones and tablets connected to on-campus educational and on-base military broadband and Wi-Fi networks.