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Tuluran

A small island located just off the northwestern shore of Palawan Island in the Philippine Archipelago.

(AG-46: dp. 4,500 (lim.); 1. 261'0"; b. 43'6"; dr.
18'8" (lim.); s. 9.0 k.; cpl. 46; a. 1 3", 20mm.)

Anna Shafer-a cargo ship built in 1917 at Toledo Ohio, by the Toledo Shipbuilding Co. and renamed Tuluran on 6 May 1942—was acquired by the Navy through the War Shipping Administration and designated AG-46 on 16 October 1942; completed conversion at the General Engineering & Drydock Co., Alameda, Calif., on 8 December 1942, and commissioned at San Francisco on 11 December 1942, Lt. F. G. Isbell, USNR, in command.

Three days later, Tuluran joined the Pacific Fleet Service Force. On Christmas Eve, the ship stood out of San Francisco, bound for the South Pacific. After stopping at Pearl Harbor from 6 January to 22 February 1943, Tuluran continued on to Samoa, arriving in Tutuila on the 28th. She operated at Samoa for the next nine months before departing Tutuila on 26 November bound for the United States. After a one-day stop at Pearl Harbor on 11 December, she continued on to San Diego, Calif., where she arrived on 23 December. For the next four months, Tuluran underwent an extensive overhaul.

On 19 April 1944, Tuluran departed the west coast to return to the South Pacific and duty shuttling cargo between bases in the rear areas of the war zone. She stopped at Pearl Harbor from 29 April to 2 May and returned to Tutuila on 13 May. This time, however, she only remained overnight and, the following day resumed her voyage. The cargo ship reached the New Hebrides Islands on the 21st. Eight days later, Tuluran departed Espiritu Santo to deliver cargo to the southern Solomons. She reached Guadalcanal on 5 June and remained there until the 20th when she headed back to the New Hebrides, arriving at Espiritu Santo on 3 July. She remained until early August when she moved to the New Guinea area where she operated from 17 August until the beginning of October, when she steamed via Espiritu Santo to the Solomons. After serving at Guadalcanal until mid-November, the ship made her first voyage to the Central Pacific.

Following visits to Saipan in the Mariana Islands and to Peleliu in the Palaus, she returned to the southwestern Pacific in mid-December. She visited the Russell Island subgroup in the Solomons from 17 to 19 December and spent a month at Noumea, New Caledonia, from 24 December 1944 to 24 January 1945, before returning to Espiritu Santo on the 27th. She departed the New Hebrides once more on 19 February and headed back to the Solomon Islands, where she operated for the next two months. During that tour of duty, she returned to Guadalcanal first and then visited the Treasury subgroup, Bougainville, the Green Islands, and the Russells again as well as making a side trip to Emirau Island.

On 3 April, the cargo ship departed the Russell subgroup and headed back to the Central Pacific. For the remainder of the war, Tuluran carried cargo between the American bases and anchorages established at various atolls in the Marshalls, Carolines, and Marianas. Her itinerary over the last five months of the war included Eniwetok, Ulithi, Peleliu, Guam, and Saipan. On 8 August, a week before the cessation of hostilities, Tuluan stood out of Eniwetok bound for Hawaii. Japan capitulated a week before the ship arrived in Pearl Harbor. Tuluran sent three days at Oahu and then continued her voyage east on 24 August.

On 3 September, she entered San Francisco; and, on 20 December 1945, Tuluran was decommissioned. She was stripped of usable material at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Her name was struck from the Navy list on 8 January 1946, and the Commandant, 12th Naval District, turned her over to the Maritime Commission for final disposition on 1 July 1946. On 26 December, she was sold to the American Iron & Metal Co. and subsequently scrapped.


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Ang isa pang makasaysayang pangalan ng barko ng US Navy ay ang USS Rizal (DD-174), na pinangalan sa ating pambansang bayaning si Dr. Jose Rizal. Ito ay isang Wickes-class destroyer minelayer, at ginamit noong Unang Digmaang Pandaigdigan. Unang dumating sa Pilipinas ang Rizal noong ika-1 ng Mayo, 1920 upang sumali sa Mine Detachment Division ng Asiatic Fleet. Karamihan sa mga tripolante ng Rizal ay mga Pilipino. At dahil ito ay kasali sa Asiatic Fleet ng US Navy sa loob ng sampung taon, ito ay madalas na lumalayag papunta sa iba't ibang daungan sa Asya at Dagat Pasipiko maliban sa Pilipinas gaya ng Shanghai at Hong Kong sa China, Guam sa Dagat Pasipiko at Yokohama sa Japan. Tuwing panahon ng taglamig, ang Rizal ay madalas na nakadaong sa mga Look ng Maynila at ng Olongapo.

Maliban sa mga makasaysayang mga pangalan, may isa ding barko ang US Navy na ipinangalan sa isang salitang Tagalog, ang USS Banaag (YT-104). Ito ay isa ring makasaysayang barko ng US Navy na nakadaong sa Olongapo Naval Station mula pa noong 1911. Sa kasamaang palad, ito ay winasak ng mga Hapones noong 1941, araw ng Pasko. Ngunit bago pa ito madamay sa pagbobomba ng mga Hapones sa Olongapo, nailikas na ang baril nito at nilagay sa Shanghai upang gawing kanyon.

Maliban sa mga unang nabanggit, ang mga sumusunod ay ang iba pang mga barko na ipinangalan sa iba't ibang aspetong Pinoy:


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Si Luzon Sukezaemon ay isang mangangalakal mula sa Sakai, Osaka, Japan. Ang tunay niyang pangalan ay Naya Sukazaemon, pinalitan niya ang kanyang pangalan noong 1593 (o 1594) matapos ang isang matagumpay na pangangalakal sa isla ng Luzon. Siya ay yumaman sa pamamagitan ng pagbebenta ng mga mamahaling banga. Ang mga bangang ito ay binabalutan ng mga sutla at ang iba ay may mga nakasulat na tula.

Marami siyang naging suki, lalo na ang mga mayayaman at makapangyarihan sa Japan. Namuhay siyang marangya nang maraming taon dahil dito. Ngunit kahit naging maganda ang takbo ng negosyo ni Sukezaemon, hindi lahat ng kanyang naging customer ay natutuwa sa kanya. Naging suki niya ang isang daimyo, si Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Ang daimyo ay isang taong namumuno sa isang partikular na teritoryo sa bansang Japan. Noong mga panahon na iyon, itinuturing si Hideyoshi bilang pinakamalakas na daimyo, at maaring siya rin ang tinuturing na pinuno ng buong Japan. Maayos naman sa simula ang mga transaksyon ni Sukezaemon at Hideyoshi. Ngunit di kalaunan, naging mapait ang kanilang pagkakalakalan.

Ang monumento ni Luzon Sukezaemon

Si Sukezaemon ay isa sa mga tanyag na miyembro ng angkan ng mga Nayashu, kabilang sina Sen Rikyu at Imai Sokyu, mga tanyag na masters of tea ceremony. Binentahan ni Sukezaemon si Hideyoshi ng kanyang nga mamahaling produkto. Ang mga ito ay dinala ni Hideyoshi sa palasyo ng Nishinomaru sa kastilyo ng Osaka at nalaman ito ng iba pang mga pinuno. Dahil doon, dumami ang mga customer ni Sukezaemon. Sumikat si Luzon Sukezaemon sa buong Japan at yumaman. Namuhay siyang parang isang daimyo na din - may sariling mga tauhan at malaking bahay. Hindi ito nagustuhan ni Hideyoshi at siya'y pinarusahan. Inakusahan ni Hideyoshi si Sukezaemon ng mga krimen na hindi niya ginawa, at siya'y napilitang tumakas. Isa-isang kinamkam ni Hideyoshi ang kanyang mga ari-arian. Ang bahay ni Sukezaemon ay hindi nakuha ni Hideyoshi sapagkat bago pa siya umalis, ito ay naibigay na niya sa templo ng Daian-ji. Si Sukezaemon ay muling nagbalik sa isla ng Luzon. Sa galit ni Hideyoshi, bilang isang diktador, pinarusahan din niya ang miyembro ng Nayashu na si Sen Rikyu.

Wala nang masyadong nakakaalam sa kung ano ang totoong nangyari kay Sukezaemon sa kanyang pagbabalik sa Pilipinas. May mga nagsasabing nagsama siya ng humigit kumulang na 100 tauhan niya upang umatake sa Kaharian ng Maynila, na nakakasakop na din sa Tondo noong panahon na yun. May mga nagsasabi naman na siya ay nakipagalyansa sa isang pirata na nagngangalang Tai Fusa, na umaatake din noon sa Kaharian ng Maynila. At may nagsasabi din namang siya'y namuhay na lang ng simple sa isla ng Luzon, hanggang sa nasakop na ang buong isla ng Espanya. Ang sigurado lang na nangyari sa kanya matapos ang kanyang pagbabalik sa isla ng Luzon, hindi na siya muling naging matagumpay na mangangalakal at siya'y muling umalis at nanirahan na lang sa Cambodia. Siya'y muling nag-negosyo ngunit hindi na siya muli pang bumalik sa Japan o sa isla ng Luzon.


Goldfein: USAF Won’t Use KC-46 Unless It Has To

Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein told Senate legislators March 3 the service will not use the new KC-46 tanker unless absolutely necessary to fight a powerful adversary.

The wide-ranging Senate Armed Services Committee hearing—the first of multiple chances the Air Force has this week to argue for its $169 billion budget request—continually circled back to the Pegasus tanker’s most pressing issue: its faulty remote vision system. RVS is supposed to let Airmen see where the plane’s refueling boom is in relation to an aircraft it is trying to gas up. But at around 10 feet from the receiver aircraft, the RVS doesn’t focus well enough to connect, sometimes causing the operator to hit the nearby plane.

“We are meeting every day on that topic,” Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett said. “It is really one of the highest priorities in the building.”

She reiterated the Air Force’s intent to find a solution to the RVS problem by the end of March.

Boeing’s new Chief Executive Officer David Calhoun “committed to me that the KC-46 was his top military priority and he was going to do what was required to fix it,” Goldfein said. “I have seen a change in the behavior of that company since he took over. That’s why we’re more confident sitting here today that we have a serious fix on the table.”

KC-46 is slated to be ready for operations in 2023 or 2024. But Goldfein still isn’t comfortable enough with the tanker to let it fly regular missions. Instead, the Air Force will only send it into battle with highly trained crews if absolutely necessary. Without an RVS fix in place, Airmen would not only deal with blurry vision but also issues like a blinding glare off of the receiver airplane on clear, sunny days.

“If we go to a high-end contingency, we will put every KC-46 we have into the fight,” Goldfein said of a conflict with a country like Russia or China. “We won’t use it for day-to-day operations, but it will be made available for a contingency.”

In addition to refueling, Pegasus is built to perform airlift and aeromedical missions. Goldfein said the Air Force is still in the process of certifying the KC-46 for aeromedical flights. The jets will begin aeromedical missions as soon as certification is complete.

KC-46 is a $32 billion, 179-jet program expected to deliver aircraft into the late 2020s, after the Air Force received its first Pegasus more than a year behind schedule. The service is buying about a dozen of the aircraft each year, though its top uniformed officer said the product isn’t worth the cost right now. He added that the service and Boeing also need to determine a schedule for retrofitting already-built tankers with the new RVS.

The Air Force hopes that improvements to the KC-46 will help stop its tanker shortage from worsening as it looks to retire some KC-135s and KC-10s in fiscal 2021 and beyond.

Airmen, who have started testing and training on the tanker, which is a top-five USAF acquisition priority, will also shuffle between the tanker variants as Boeing rolls out its hardware solution. “Our plan is to have [Active-duty Airmen] available for the tankers that are operational and then as soon as we get the KC-46 online and the fixes in place, that manpower comes back” to staff the Pegasus, Goldfein said.

Rhode Island Sen. Jack Reed, the committee’s top Democrat, worried that if a conflict breaks out between the U.S. and another military that requires the KC-46, Airmen who aren’t familiar with the tanker’s issues would endanger themselves or others. Goldfein answered that people will spend some time with the KC-46 during testing and that experienced crews will head into combat.

“When you’re on the receiving end, all you need is a stable boom,” Goldfein said. “Because you’re training on refueling all the time, the boom, is the boom, is the boom. It’s not going to matter that much for the receiver. We’ve just got to make sure that when that fighter, bomber, or what have you comes off and they’re low on gas and they’re in really bad territory, like I’ve been, that that connection happens and they get the fuel pass that they need.”

He repeatedly told senators that the Air Force is stressing the importance of a fast fix and transition to Boeing for the sake of crew and airframe readiness.


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Does anyone have any information or documented cases regarding the maximum childbearing ages of women in the 18th & 19th centuries? I ask because I have an instance where if (& I appreciate that it is a big if) the marriage, baptism & burial entries are correct, I have a relative who had 13 children baptized in the second half of the 18th century, with the youngest 2 born when she was 51 & 54 respectively. This seems a little unlikely to me. I don't currently have a definite baptism record for the lady concerned & I am well aware that ages at burial in parish registers cannot be relied upon, so at moment I am inclined to suspect that the age at burial is inaccurate.
If other researchers have come across similar instances where women in their early fifties have borne children, it would be of some interest.
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I have had a similar query myself in the past, but never got to the bottom of it. I found it too hard to believe the mother had given birth at 54 yrs old.
Just a thought. I'm wondering how sure you are that it is the same woman who is the mother to all 13 children. could it be that one of her first born daughters (who was given her mother's Christian name) is having her children baptised in the same church and/or parish? Worth checking out :-)

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Karen, Thanks for the thought, it is something I had considered. However the first daughter to bear her mothers name died in infancy, a later child given the same name would have been too young to have these children. The parish registers for the small village concerned are quite legible & clearly have the same names listed for both father & mother for all 13 baptisms. Whilst the mothers name is a quite common name, the fathers isn't. When put together this does I feel suggest all 13 baptisms relate to children of the same couple.

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My grandmother was one of 11 children born between 1889 and 1902, her mother was pregnant for almost her entire married life, she was 23 when she got married and 37 when her husband dropped dead from a stroke, in 1902 other wise I'm sure she would have had several more children.
Age of the end of menopause varies quite a lot, from mid 40s to mid 50's or even later. women can and do get pregnant late in life, these days its much easier not to get pregnant-back then there was no effective birth control.
I think it quite possible that all the kids had the same mother.

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There is also the possibility the parents baptised some of their grandchildren as their own, to cover up for their daughter's indiscretions. It certainly happened - I was looking at a thread earlier where 2 children were baptised by parents that were actually grandparents.

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Flip, I had a similar thought, but the location is a small village where everyone would have known everyone else & their business, thus covering up an illegitimate birth would have been very difficult.

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Are you sure that the father wasn't widowed and then married a 2nd wife with the same name as the first?

Very confusing to track at first, but I have known this in my tree.

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Gywn, yes I have that a few times in my tree as well, but there is no burial for a first wife or marriage to a second of the same name - the family lived in the same village throughout.

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Could some of the baptisms have been when the children were older? What I mean is that when the baptisms took place when the mother was 51 and 54 perhaps the children being baptised were actually older than babies and so born when the mother was slightly younger.

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It is NOT impossible for a woman to have children into her 50s . then AND now

and without artificial means being involved.

I remember reading in a biology text once that this was more likley to occur when you had a woman who had had a number of children over the eyars.

Also remember that a woman is fertile for up to 2 years AFTER menopause

You will find many references to "late babies", or comments such as "I thought I had finished with all that"

The moral now is to make sure that care is taken for an extended period if a "late baby" is not wanted .

only they didn't have "protection" back then, other than the wisdom of the local wise woman.

The oldest verified mother to conceive naturally (listed currently in the Guinness Records[7]) is Dawn Brooke (UK) she conceived a son at the age of 59 years in 1997 while taking oestrogen.

It has been speculated that the hormone replacement therapy which she had may have contributed to her ability to ovulate past menopause.

and what about this one :-0 :-0 .

American woman who, widowed at 39 years and menopaused at 49, became pregnant almost miraculously by her concubine just before 59, near 1890, to give birth at the age of 59 ½ to a son, who she had breastfed until 65, that he was 6 years.

and just to prove it is not* a modern phenomenon .

The Royal Cornwall Gazette of January 2, 1819, reporting the birth of twins, on previous Christmas Eve (December 24, 1818), to Mrs George Saunders, wife of a London shoemaker, in the 59th year of her age. Her last previous child had been born 35 years before that.

that Wikipedia article, and the table, is interesting reading . and I think answers your question!

Edited Aug 30 ca 6:15 pm:- to add "not"

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Kathleen, as all the other children appear to have been baptized quite soon after birth & there doesn't seem to have been a problem with absence of a clergyman at the time, I am more inclined to think the births weren't too far away from the baptisms in terms of date.

Sylvia, many thanks for the link to the Wikipedia article, very helpful. I don't know why it didn't come up when I did an online search myself!

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In a small village, it might well be impossible to hide a pregnancy. If one of the daughters did give birth, could the entry in the parish register be in the name of the grandparents to avoid the stigma of showing an illegitimate birth??

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Andrew, there are other baptisms in the same registers where the child was illegitimate - including one for a relative of the same family. As a consequence, whilst your suggestion can't be discounted as a possibility, I am inclined to think it isn't the case.

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My g/g/grandparents had many of their children baptised on the same day, as did his brother (same day, same church) so the ages of these children ranged from small babies to children aged to around 14/15, the only one who was not baptised was my g/grandfather who was 16 and he probably refused.

Once you have removed all the possible results and solurces, all that you are left with it the truth, hopefully. So it looks like she was still having babies at 54. If she lived in a rural community, the chances are she may have had quite a healthy diet with lots of veggies. Unlike someone living in town with possibly a far poorer diet. All which can contribute to her wellbeing as a whole.

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24.The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.

25. Women blink nearly twice as much as men!

26. You can’t kill yourself by holding your breath.

27. It is impossible to lick your elbow.

28. Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different.

29. If you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib.

30. If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in your head or neck and die.

31. An average person eat 60,000 pounds of food in his lifetime.

32. An average person spent 24 years of his life in sleeping.

33. An average woman consume 6 lbs. of lipstick in her lifetime.

34. Sitting while talking on the phone for eight hours will burn 914 calories. Driving a car for eight hours will knock off around 1,219 calories. And standing in a casino for eight hours will burn about 1,402 calories.

35. The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as a substitute for blood plasma.

36. Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes.

37. You burn more calories sleeping than you do watching television.

38. The first product to have a bar code was Wrigley’s gum.

39. The King of Hearts is the only king without a mustache.

40. Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the morning.

41. Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin.

42. Pearls melt in vinegar.

43. It is possible to lead a cow upstairs… but, not downstairs.

44. A duck’s quack doesn’t echo, and no one knows why.

45. Dentists have recommended that a toothbrush be kept at least six (6) feet away from a toilet to avoid airborne particles resulting from the flush.


Why are there so many Silver uses?

Silver has an extremely high reflection for light, more so than any other metal. Next time you go to the bathroom, take a look at yourself in the mirror. You are likely looking at your silver tin paste reflection.

Silver is the most electrically conductive metal of all.

Silver is the best both thermal and electrical transmitter of all metals.

Silver is germicidal by nature, meaning it kills germs. Thus silver is used in various antibacterial applications. Silver's natural anti-germ properties are perhaps one of the reasons as to why it got its start in silverware, where the old European aristocracy likely got sick less often eating with silver cutlery.

Silver is easily malleable and ductile, only slightly harder than gold. As silver is very flexible, it can get used in various ways, all the way down to the tiny micro and nanoparticulate level.

The precious element of silver gets only produced in star supernova. In other words, the production or origin of silver elements only comes from the most violent phenomenon we human beings know. It's not replicable.

Although silver may get found in small trace amounts in both seawater and human beings, silver is a scarce and precious metal here on Earth.

Without it, we would have a much more difficult time with our modern ways of life.

Humans almost intrinsically know silver has enduring value.

Perhaps this is why we have dug up about 50 billion ounces of physical silver all the time. That is just over 1.6 million metric tons, or in other words, a lot of physical silver.


Food spending as a share of income declines as income rises

As their incomes rise, households spend more money on food, but it represents a smaller overall budget share. In 2019, households in the lowest income quintile spent an average of $4,400 on food (representing 36.0 percent of income), while households in the highest income quintile spent an average of $13,987 on food (representing 8.0 percent of income).


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