The Boeing MQ-25 Stingray drone was suc East Flatbush
The Boeing MQ-25 Stingray drone was successfully refueled by a US Navy fighter during the flight
The drone refueled the American deck multi-role fighter F/A-18 Super Hornet.
The test flight took place on June 4, but it became known now.
The plane and drone took off from MidAmerica Airport (Illinois).
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Texas Gov. Greg Ebott has signed a law stipulating that businesses and federal agencies have no right to demand evidence from citizens about coronavirus vaccination
The state is allowed not to wear a mask, as well as to visit all institutions. At the same time, citizens do not need to prove that they are fully vaccinated.
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Died Clarence Williams III, who played a cool cop under the guise of Link Hayes in the series "Squad" Stilyagi "and the Prince's father in" Purple Rain ", he was 81 years old.
The actor died Friday at his home in Los Angeles. The actor has been suffering from colon cancer for a long time.
Clarence Williams III was born in New York on August 21, 1939. He was a nominee for the Tony Theater Award and the Theater World Award for his role in The Slow Dance on the Battlefield.
Nuggets from McDonald's sold for 100 thousand dollars
The Nuggets were in a special BTS combo set purchased by Polizna. The shape of the piece reminded the owner of the character of the popular game Among Us, because he has two characteristic "legs". So he tried to sell this wonder, promising that the buyer would get the unusual nuggets frozen and vacuum-packed.
At a time when the cost of the lot has already reached more than 34 thousand dollars, it attracted the attention of developers Among Us. In their official Twitter account, they expressed surprise at what was happening.
Then the official Xbox account joined. It was suggested that these nuggets would become as famous as Sichuan sauce after the release of the animated series "Rick and Morty". However, it was sold on eBay, but much cheaper.
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in the darkness
amidst the snowfield
between the snow covered fir
and the wintry windshield,
him and I were dancing
to our favourite tune.
our hands were clutched
as we watched the stars of june.
he pulled the bow out of my raven hair
and kissed my forehead.
we watched the blue heaven together
that rose upon us overhead.
the basking thought of the warmth
came down as tears from the corner of my eye.
I sniffed in his memory- an enduring love,
looking at the sun and the perfect blue sky.
Ramaphosa places health minister Zweli Mkhize on special leave - BusinessTech
President Cyril Ramaphosa has placed minister of health Dr Zweli Mkhize on special leave while the Special Investigative Unit (SIU) conducts investigations into allegations of corruption at the health department.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has placed minister of health Dr Zweli Mkhize on special leave while the Special Investigative Unit (SIU) conducts investigations into allegations of corruption at the health department. “This period of special leave will enable the minister to attend to allegations and investigations concerning contracts between the Department of Health and a service provider – Digital Vibes,” the presidency said. “The Special Investigating Unit is investigating this matter and the president awaits a report on the outcome of this probe.” Minister of tourism Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane will serve as acting minister of health until further notice. Mkhize has been under scrutiny after the health department awarded a R150 million contract to Digital Vibes, a company controlled by two of Mkhizes former aides, to help communicate the governments response to the coronavirus pandemic. The money was largely wasted and proper procurement processes werent followed, news website Daily Maverick reported. South Africas Special Investigative Unit was appointed to probe the matter, and on 26 May Mkhize told reporters the deal was irregular and disciplinary action would be taken against those responsible. While describing public outrage as justified, he denied playing any role in the contract award or that he was friends with the people working there. He also denied benefitting in any way from the contract or Digital Vibes. However, reports have pointed to how Digital Vibes paid for maintenance work on the minister’s home, as well as giving hundreds of thousands of rands to Mhize’s son’s business. The SIU plans to complete its investigation this month. Read: South Africas shrinking tax base is too strained to fund the NHI: experts