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MERCEDES-BENZ LEAVING USA DIESEL MARKET FOR 2017 !

ALSO GONE...

Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler AG has suspended efforts to certify diesel-powered passenger vehicles for the 2017 model year in America.
Mercedes-Benz has not decided to withdraw diesel engines totally from this country, despite the fact that last year they represented less than 1-percent of the automakerís total sales volume and are expected to only account for ďa small niche within their U.S. lineupĒ going forward.
Mercedes-Benz offered 4 'Bluetec' 2016 Diesel models in the USA, but it appears the chances of seeing any diesel-powered 2017 Mercedes car models here in the U.S. are slim to none.

I'd be surprised that anyone reading this item hasn't owned one of these legendary oil burners at one time or another.
...our was a "300-D"...great car, but Pooh disliked having to wear gloves while fueling up!


click anywhere on the photo to read the story
kbb Kelly Blue Book.com

How to get the Windows 10 Creators Update

The Windows 10 Creators Update has been available since April 11th, and this article shows you how to get it...
...if still do not have it installed and you want it!

click anywhere on the photo of the Wiindows 10 logo to read the story

Logo is registered Trademark of Microsoft group of companies

Mauro Huculak...Windows Central

PS...I've been trying to update since the first announcement of the availability of the "Creators Update".
As of May 13th, I'm batting .333 (only successful on 1 of 3 Microsoft Windows 10 Devices!)


The amazing life of the bungee-jump inventor (Alan Weston)
who's now building a massive airship for Google co-founder Sergey Brin

Google founder Sergey Brin is "secretly" building a massive airship in Hangar 2 at the NASA Ames Research Center.
Bloomberg News and others are reporting that Brinís fascination with airships began when he visited Ames
and saw old photos of the giant USS Macon being built by the US Navy in the 1930s as seen above.
The life story of the man behind the project for Brin is also very interesting.

Business Insider

Photo by U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. Photo NH 42021
click anywhere on the photo to read the story

AUTO RECALLS ARE STILL FRONT PAGE NEWS ALMOST DAILY !
Car companies knew Takata airbags were dangerous, suit alleges


Takata airbags being installed on 70 million cars even while being recalled!
Takata agrees to $1B fine for hiding airbag defect
CBCNews |Business

BUT NOW IT'S NOT JUST DEFECTIVE TAKATA AIRBAGS or VW DIESELS...Find out more by clicking on this photo link:

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THE CARS AND REASONS FOR RECALLS!

Is your car being recalled?

Find out by clicking on this link: Click here to go to the "safercar.gov" website.

Links to complaints and investigations are also available on this site.

Your vehicle VIN number can be found on your insurance verification document (Security Verification Form)!


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MedlinePlus Trusted Health Information for You:
A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine... From the National Institutes of Health,NIH.
The A.D.A.M. Medical Encyclopedia includes over 4,000 articles about diseases, tests, symptoms, injuries, and surgeries. It also contains an extensive library of medical photographs and illustrations, as well as information on drugs and supplements.

Thanks Frank for recommending this website!


LINKS TO URL's OF GENERAL INTEREST

Here's a link to another website related to the USAF Museum. It includes photos of every aircraft pilots in 61-Delta flew in their careers!
The site includes a total of 215 photos of aircraft ranging from the 1909 "Wright Military Flyer" to the B-2 "Spirit".

Pay no attention to the map of the museum on this site, it is dated 2010!



IF YOU ARE NOT USING A 61-DELTA CLASS ROSTER DATED: 5/23/17 YOU DO NOT HAVE THE MOST CURRENT UPDATE!

This applies to all three formats...Use the clickable links that Gil has emailed to you, or contact either Gil, or Chuck for the clickable links.

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