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Winslow Sargeant

Winslow Sargeant is Chief Counsel for Advocacy for the Small Business Administration (SBA) and a former venture capital executive with a background in engineering. He was installed at the SBA in a recess appointment by U.S. president Barack Obama. Sargeant was a managing director at a Madison, Wisconsin-based venture capital firm Venture Investors LLC. It “provides seed and early-stage money to high-potential health care and IT companies” including Alfalight, TomoTherapy, Third Wave and Promega

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At the SBA Sargeant is “responsible for representing small businesses within the federal government’s law- and rule-making” and he joined Karen Gordon Mills, a founder and managing director of New York-based Solera Capital, who is SBA director. Sargeant did prior work with the SBA as program manager from 2001 to 2005 for the Small Business Innovations Research program in electronics at the National Science Foundation, and his appointment was seen as an encouraging sign by for venture capital funding business casual dresses. He has been involved in making SBIR loans available to venture capitalists.
Sargeant has a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin. He cofounded semiconductor integrated circuit design company Aanetcom in 1997 with seed money from Cisco Systems. The firm was sold to British Columbia’s PMC-Sierra in 2000 after a $900 million bid and was later valued at more than 1.2 billion during the dotcom boom, before the bubble burst and struggles with follow on chip products.
Sargeant’s parents immigrated to the U.S. from Barbados and he grew up in Dorchester, Massachusetts, “one of Boston’s mostly minority neighborhoods”. As a fifth grader he was bused to predominantly white schools as part of the integration programs that were met with rioting in Boston

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Sargeant is married to Ikanyeng, a native of Botswana he met in Madison, Wisconsin while in graduate school, and they have three children: Kgosi, Lorato, and Marang.

HMS Felixstowe (J126)

HMS Felixstowe was a Bangor-class minesweepers built for the Royal Navy during the Second World War.

The Bangor class was designed as a small minesweeper that could be easily built in large numbers by civilian shipyards; as steam turbines were difficult to manufacture, the ships were designed to accept a wide variety of engines. Felixstowe displaced 673 long tons (684 t) at standard load and 860 long tons (870 t) at deep load. The ship had an overall length of 189 feet (57.6 m), a beam of 28 feet 6 inches (8.7 m) and a draught of 10 feet 6 inches (3.2 m). The ship’s complement consisted of 60 officers and ratings.
She was powered by two vertical triple-expansion steam engines (VTE), each driving one shaft, using steam provided by two Admiralty three-drum boilers. The engines produced a total of 2,400 shaft horsepower (1,800 kW) and gave a maximum speed of 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph). The ship carried a maximum of 160 long tons (163 t) of fuel oil that gave her a range of 2,800 nautical miles (5,200 km

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The VTE-powered Bangors were armed with a QF 12-pounder (7.62 cm) anti-aircraft gun and a single QF 2-pounder (4 cm) AA gun or a quadruple mount for the Vickers .50 machine gun. In some ships the 2-pounder was replaced a single or twin 20 mm Oerlikon AA gun, while most ships were fitted with four additional single Oerlikon mounts over the course of the war business casual dresses. For escort work, their minesweeping gear could be exchanged for around 40 depth charges.
She was built by Lobnitz and Company, Renfrew, Scotland and launched on 22 July 1941. She served in the Mediterranean during the Second World War. Thus far she has been the only ship of the Royal Navy named after the Suffolk town of Felixstowe. She struck a mine on 18 December 1943 and sank east of Capo Ferro, Sardinia, Italy.