Papua New Guinea Defence Force in Bougainville 1991
The PNGDF was confirmed to have committed war crimes during the conflict including the unauthorized use of 4 Australian loaned UH-1 Huey helicopters in dumping bodies from extrajudicial killings in addition to utilizing them in a gunship capacity which was against the terms of the loan agreement.
The diplomatic and strategic stalemate between the BRA and the PNGDF and would lead to the hiring of private contractors from Sandline International to retake the copper mine at the center of the conflict which led to the Sandline Affair in the late 1990s.
Eddie Hinton - Lead Guitar Johnny Sandlin - Drums, Percussion Duane Allman - Slide Guitar Barry Becket - Keyboards David Hood - Bass Guitar The Memphis Horns: Wayne Jackson - Trumpet Andrew Love - Tenor Saxophone Joe Arnold - Tenor Saxophone
Red Weldon Sandlin started her
career as a graphic designer, but discovered a love for clay during a short
ceramics course she had taken for fun. She creates elaborate sculptures and
teapots inspired by children’s literature, and always incorporates the image of
a book into each piece. Sandlin spends “endless time” in libraries
researching imagery and patterns for her sculptures, from ancient Chinese
textile design to books on exotic animal care.
Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down and getting to know the formidable polymath and activist-author, E.W. Sandlin. Ms. Sandlin is the author of two poetry collections, The City Beyond the Ninth Wave: Poems for Healing and the Sometimes Lonely and A Thirst for Light: Poems of Eroticism, Dedication, and Desire, and the short novel Petit Fours from the Pie Hole: It’s For Your Face Hole. Her…
😃 I need to brag for a moment. At Christmas we got our pull-up bar out and everyone was trying/doing pull-ups. I was trying. I could do a pull-up but only if I hopped or jumped to get me started. My nephew Zoey Sandlin challenged me to start practicing everyday and gave me some tips to strengthen the muscles that allow you to do a pull-up without hopping. I am happy to say that I took on the challenge, have been practicing almost everyday and I can now do a pull-up without hopping! I can’t do more than one at a time without touching the ground first but it’s a start! I’ll take it! That’s progress! 💪🙌 getting stronger!
Over the past few weeks, one of my social media clients has been dabbling with Instagram. They have a strong presence on Facebook and Twitter (tens of thousands of followers on each), but have not moved onto Instagram for several reasons: Not sure if target audience is active Unsure of best practices Inability to schedule…