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  2. Employees. 1,900 (2022) Website. www .starlux-airlines .com. STARLUX Airlines ( Chinese: 星宇航空; pinyin: Xīngyǔ Hángkōng; Wade–Giles: Hsingyu Hangk'ong) is a Taiwanese international airline company headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, and operated its first flight from Taipei to Macau on 23 January 2020. [3]

  3. Dfb. Website. www .kamishihoro .jp. Kamishihoro (上士幌町, Kamishihoro-chō) is a town located in Tokachi Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan . As of September 2016, the town has an estimated population of 4,908 and a density of 7 persons per km 2. The total area is 700.87 km 2 . Taushubetsu Bridge, a former rail bridge of the now-defunct ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tomoki_IwataTomoki Iwata - Wikipedia

    • Club Career
    • International Career
    • Honours
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    Oita Trinita

    Iwata began his youth career with Oita Trinitain 2015, before signing professionally the following year, in 2016.

    Yokohama F. Marinos

    In 2021, Iwata signed for J1 club, Yokohama F. Marinos. On 5 November 2022, he led the club to the 2022 J1 League title. 2 days later, he was named among the Best XI of the season and also voted Player of the Year.

    Celtic

    On 30 December 2022, Iwata signed for Scottish Premiership side Celtic on an initial loan deal with a compulsory option to buy from Yokohama F. Marinos. This seen Iwata reunited with his former Yokohama manager, Ange Postecoglou. On 21 January 2023, Iwata made his debut for the club in a 5–0 win against Greenock Morton in the Scottish Cup.

    On May 24, 2019, Iwata was called up by Japan's head coach Hajime Moriyasu to feature in the Copa América played in Brazil.He made his debut on 20 June 2019 in the game against Uruguay, as a starter.

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    Yokohama F. Marinos 1. J1 League: 2022

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    1. J.League MVP Award: 2022 2. J.League Best XI: 2022

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    • Trials and Initial Operations
    • Battle of The Philippine Sea
    • Battle of Leyte Gulf
    • Operation Ten-Go

    During October or November 1941 Yamato underwent sea trials, reaching her maximum possible speed of 27.4 knots (50.7 km/h; 31.5 mph).[N 1] As war loomed, priority was given to accelerating military construction. On 16 December, months ahead of schedule, the battleship was formally commissioned at Kure, in a ceremony more austere than usual, as the ...

    In early June, Yamato and Musashi were again requisitioned as troop transports, this time to reinforce the garrison and naval defenses of the island of Biak as part of Operation Kon. The mission was cancelled when word reached Ozawa's headquarters of American carrier attacks on the Mariana Islands. Instead, the Imperial Japanese Navy reorganized, c...

    Between 22 and 25 October 1944, as part of Admiral Takeo Kurita's Center Force (also known as Force A or First Striking Force), Yamato took part in one of the largest naval engagements in history—the Battle of Leyte Gulf. In response to the American invasion of the Philippines, Operation Shō-Gō called for a number of Japanese groups to converge on ...

    On 1 January 1945, Yamato, Haruna and Nagato were transferred to the newly reactivated 1st Battleship Division. Yamato left drydock two days later for Japan's Inland Sea. This reassignment was brief; the 1st Battleship Division was deactivated once again on 10 February and Yamato was allotted to the 1st Carrier Division. On 19 March, American carri...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AUKUSAUKUS - Wikipedia

    • Background
    • Features
    • Nuclear Proliferation Concerns
    • Comments and Responses from Participating Countries
    • International Responses
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    Naval Group–Australia strategic partnership agreement

    In 2009, two years after the start of the project to replace the Royal Australian Navy's conventionally powered Collins-classsubmarines, the Australian Defence White Paper stated: "The Government has ruled out nuclear propulsion for these submarines". In 2016, Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull signed a A$50 billion (€31 billion) deal with the partly French government-owned company Naval Group (known as DCNS until 2017) to design a new generation of submarines, known as the Attack-cla...

    Australia–UK–US negotiations

    The Telegraph reported that in March 2021 the Australian navy chief Vice Admiral Michael Noonan met in London with his British counterpart Admiral Tony Radakin and requested assistance from the UK and the US in acquiring nuclear-powered submarines. The newspaper reported that British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab "helped broker the deal". The New York Times too reported that Australia first approached the UK for assistance. Axios reported that Australia and the UK first approached the US ear...

    Nuclear-powered submarines

    Under the pact, the US will share nuclear propulsion technology with Australia the same as it has with the UK since 1958 under the 1958 US–UK Mutual Defence Agreement as will the UK. The Royal Australian Navy will now acquire at least eight nuclear-powered submarines armed with conventional weapons to be built in Australia. The basic design and key technologies will be decided by the Nuclear-Powered Submarine Task Force an 18-month Department of Defence research project headed by Vice Admiral...

    Long-range guided missiles

    Morrison announced together with nuclear-powered submarines that Australia would rapidly acquire other capabilities "throughout the decade" including Tomahawk cruise missiles for the navy's Hobart-class air warfare destroyers and the AGM-158B Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM-ER) for the air force's F/A-18F Super Hornet and F-35A Lightning II multirole fighter aircraft. His announcement also included capabilities that had earlier been announced including the AGM-158C Long Range Ant...

    Computer and cybertechnology

    The announcement of AUKUS included the stated aim of improving "joint capabilities and interoperability. These initial efforts will focus on cyber capabilities, artificial intelligence, quantum technologies, and additional undersea capabilities." Tom Tugendhat, chair of the British Commons' Foreign Affairs Committee, later commented on Twitter that "Bringing together the military-industrial complex of these three allies together is a step-change in the relationship. We've always been interope...

    The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) allows non-nuclear-weapon states to produce the highly enriched uranium for naval reactor fuel. Nevertheless, the agreement to transfer US or UK nuclear submarine technology including possibly highly enriched uranium has been described as an act of nuclear proliferation, and has been criticised by scholars ...

    Australia

    Federal opposition leader Anthony Albanese, of the Australian Labor Party, said that his party would support nuclear submarines as long as there was no requirement to have a domestic civil nuclear industry, no possession of nuclear weapons and that the deal is consistent with Australia's responsibilities under the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Former Labor prime minister Paul Keating condemned the deal, saying "This arrangement would witness a further dramatic loss of Australian sovereign...

    United Kingdom

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the deal would create "hundreds of high-skilled jobs" and "preserve security and stability around the world" but said that the relationship with France was "rock solid". Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat said: "After years of bullying and trade hostility, and watching regional neighbours like the Philippines see encroachment into their waters, Australia didn't have a choice, and nor did the US or UK [to make the deal]". Former prime minister Theresa Mayquest...

    United States

    President Joe Biden stated that the deal was a way to "address both the current strategic environment in the (Indo-Pacific) region and how it may evolve".After a call between the French and US presidents, the White House acknowledged the crisis could have been averted if there had been open consultations between allies. It was agreed the process would continue in such manner.

    People's Republic of China

    The People's Republic of China (PRC)'s foreign affairs department spokesperson Zhao Lijian said, "The nuclear submarine cooperation between the US, the UK and Australia has seriously undermined regional peace and stability, intensified the arms race and undermined international non-proliferation efforts". Lijian also said "The three countries should discard the Cold War zero-sum mentality and narrow geopolitical perspective". Spokesperson Hua Chunying said "China is firmly opposed to the US,...

    France

    The French government received official notification from Australia that the Attack-class submarine project was to be cancelled only a few hours before it was publicly announced. Le Monde reported that the original cost of the project in 2016 was €35 billion of which €8 billion (A$12 billion) was to go to French companies. The project was reportedly going to employ 4,000 people in France over six years at Naval Group and its 200 subcontractors. The French government was angered by both the ca...

    Other countries

    1. Canada – The deal was announced in the midst of the 2021 Canadian federal election. Opposition politicians quickly attacked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over Canada's exclusion from the pact, to which Trudeau responded by stating that "This is a deal for nuclear submarines, which Canada is not currently or any time soon in the market for. Australia is." Leader of the Official Opposition Erin O'Toolestated that he would seek to join the alliance if elected. 1. Denmark – Danish Prime Minist...

  6. Official website. Nijiro Murakami (村上 虹郎, Murakami Nijirō, born March 17, 1997) is a Japanese actor. He is best known for his role as Kaito in the 2014 romance film Still the Water, which was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Murakami's role as an undercover in Last of the Wolves (2021) received ...

  7. Atsuko Okatsuka / ɑː t s k oʊ oʊ ˈ k ɑː t s k ə / is an American stand-up comedian, actress, and writer based in Los Angeles, California. [1] [2] She was named one of Variety's "Top 10 Comics to Watch" in 2022. [3] She started the viral #Dropchallenge with her

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