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SOURCE:  Office of Senator Mitch McConnell

Kentuckian Confirmed to Farm Credit Administration Board; McConnell Recommended Him for Post

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell released a statement today following the Senate’s vote to confirm Jeff Hall of Louisville, Kentucky for the Farm Credit Administration Board. Senator McConnell recommended Hall for the position.

“I am proud that a Kentuckian has been confirmed to serve on the Farm Credit Administration Board. Jeff Hall has devoted his thirty-year career to serving the farming community and the people of Kentucky. Given Jeff’s wealth of experience and his tremendous work ethic and can-do attitude, I have no doubt he will be a great member of the Farm Credit Board.”

Background:  Early in his career, Jeff Hall took a position with Kentucky Farm Bureau where he learned directly from the brightest in Kentucky agriculture. Hall also served on the staff of Senator McConnell as a Legislative Assistant, where he worked on issues for the Senate Committee on Agriculture. Later, he served as assistant to the Dean at the College of Agriculture at the University of Kentucky from 1994 to 2001.  From 2001 to 2009, Hall was State Executive Director of the USDA’s Farm Service Agency in Kentucky, where he was responsible for the administration of the agency’s commodity, conservation and lending programs.  In his spare time, Hall has long assisted those in agriculture through various leadership positions within the Louisville Agricultural Club and Kentucky Pork Producers Association.

Senate Will Consider Legislation to Combat Human Trafficking

Senators from both sides of the aisle, and from multiple committees, have worked hard to address the terrible crime of human trafficking. This is a growing area of domestic and international criminal activity. And victims are counting on us to act.’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor regarding the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act:

“Senators from both sides of the aisle, and from multiple committees, have worked hard to address the terrible crime of human trafficking. This is a growing area of domestic and international criminal activity. And victims are counting on us to act.

“That’s why, tomorrow, the Senate will begin consideration of the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act.

“It’s authored by the Senior Senator from Texas and boasts sponsors from both parties.

“Victims groups and advocates have called this bipartisan measure ‘the most comprehensive and thoughtful piece of anti-trafficking legislation currently pending.’

“And similar legislation has already passed the House of Representatives.

“It’s no wonder the Judiciary Committee supported, without opposition, the bipartisan bill we’ll begin considering tomorrow.

“After a reasonable period of debate and amendment, we hope to see strong bipartisan support here on the Senate floor too.”

SOURCE:  Volkswagen of America

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP AIMS TO CONTINUE ON ITS ROBUST GROWTH PATH AND FURTHER IMPROVE ITS EARNINGS QUALITY

  • CEO Winterkorn: “Our goal for fiscal year 2015 is to achieve further growth both in terms of volumes and in the Group’s sales revenue and operating profit”
  • The Volkswagen brand’s efficiency program has made a very good start – opportunities for improvement representing about half of the five billion EUR target identified
  • Operating profit including the proportionate operating profit of the Chinese joint ventures increases to almost EUR 18 billion.

Volkswagen logoBerlin – The Volkswagen Group stuck to its qualitative growth path in fiscal year 2014, despite weakness in some growth markets, volatile exchange rates and an uncertain global economy. “We ensured that 2014 was another successful year. Since 2007, we have written an impressive, sustained success story. The Volkswagen Group signifies real value and reliability in a world full of uncertainties”, said Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, on Thursday during the presentation of the Company’s 2014 financial results in Berlin. Winterkorn announced that the Group aims to grow further this year as well: “We want to get better in every respect in 2015 and take the next step towards the top.”

According to Winterkorn, the Volkswagen Group has three profitable pillars with its Passenger Cars, Commercial Vehicles/Power Engineering and Financial Services business fields and 12 fascinating brands. The Group can call on the innovative abilities of over 46,000 developers and 10,000 IT specialists, the necessary liquidity and financial robustness, and a strategy that has proven its worth even when times are tough. “We will specifically leverage these strengths”, said Winterkorn, and added: “At EUR 11.5 billion, we expended more in research and development than any other company in the world in 2014.”

He named the future areas of e-mobility and digitization as examples. Already today, Volkswagen offers the widest range of electric vehicles in the automotive industry, from pure-play electric cars like the e-up!1 and the e-Golf1, through plug-in hybrids such as the A3 e-tron3, the Golf4 and the Passat GTE5, the Panamera E-Hybrid6, or the Cayenne S E‑Hybrid7, down to technological trailblazers like the XL 18 and the Porsche 918 Spyder9. Another example is automated driving. “We will be among the first to successfully market this technology with Audi and Volkswagen”, said Winterkorn.

In the area of digitization, the Group aims to offer all of its new vehicles with internet access by 2020. Winterkorn commented that “as a Group, we already have the largest networked vehicle fleet on the road worldwide”. Other key issues for the future area of digitization are the networked “Industry 4.0”, which is being driven forward in the Group’s plants, for example through the use of 3D printers or human-robot cooperation. Intelligent IT services range from internal customer analyses to innovative business models for everything related to the car.

Efficiency program: wide variety of opportunities for improvement identified

Commenting on the efficiency program launched for the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand last year, Winterkorn emphasized that “the program has got off to a very good start. In the meantime, we have identified opportunities for improvement that represent about half of our

5 billion EUR target. We expect a benefit of well over 1 billion EUR in our result for the current year”. For example, global plant utilization will be optimized, models that no longer match demand and return expectations will be discontinued, build combinations which do not deliver any genuine added value will be reduced and, finally, income options will be strengthened. “Our industry is facing radical changes that could be called historic. This is why we do not just have our sights set on the second half of the game. We are already looking far ahead, to the next season. Our “Future Tracks” program is not only preparing the Group for the technological challenges of the automotive world of tomorrow. Above all, it is also laying the foundations for long-term economic success, and for future generations at Volkswagen. In other words, “Future Tracks” is our compass for sustainable and profitable, in short, for qualitative growth”, said Winterkorn.

CFO Hans Dieter Pötsch was also satisfied with 2014. “Our success in recent years has put us in a strong market position. We are well positioned to deal with the mixed developments in the global automotive markets. We are aware of our strengths, which we work continuously to expand. These include in particular our unique brand portfolio, our diverse range of models with their innovative and environmentally friendly drive concepts, our presence in all major world markets and our wide selection of financial services.”

Group figures for 2014

Deliveries grew by 4.2 percent last year to over 10.1 million vehicles (9.7 million). The Volkswagen Group’s sales revenue increased by 2.8 percent to EUR 202.5 billion in fiscal year 2014 (previous year: EUR 197.0 billion). The Group’s operating profit rose by EUR 1 billion to a record EUR 12.7 billion (EUR 11.7 billion).

The Group’s delivery figures also include the vehicles sold by its Chinese joint ventures. Volkswagen sold 3.7 million units in China last year; this was a 12.4 percent increase year-on-year. By contrast, the Group’s sales revenue and operating profit do not include the Chinese joint ventures. Their businesses have always been accounted for in the financial result using the equity method and are therefore not included in consolidated operating profit. Their proportionate share of operating profit rose by over 20 percent to approximately EUR 5.2 billion (EUR 4.3 billion) in 2014. As a Group, Volkswagen’s theoretical operating profit, including the proportionate share of the operating profit of the Chinese joint ventures, would be almost EUR 18 billion.

The financial result increased to EUR 2.1 billion (EUR 0.8 billion) last year. Income from the equity-accounted Chinese joint ventures, which was up on the high prior-year figures, as well as lower expenses from the measurement of derivative financial instruments at the reporting date contributed to the increase. Overall, the Volkswagen Group’s profit before tax was approximately EUR 14.8 billion last year (EUR 12.4 billion). The return on sales before tax rose from 6.3 percent to 7.3 percent. As a result, Volkswagen has taken a noticeable step towards its goal of generating a long-term return on sales of over 8 percent, as set out in the Strategy 2018. The Group’s profit after tax was EUR 11.1 billion (EUR 9.1 billion).

In light of the company’s continued success, the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board will be proposing to the Annual General Meeting on May 5, 2015 to increase the dividend by 20 percent to EUR 4.80 (EUR 4.00) per ordinary share and EUR 4.86 (EUR 4.06) per preferred share. This would result in a distribution ratio of 21.2 percent (20.6 percent). The medium-term distribution target is 30 percent.

The return on investment for the Automotive Division was 14.9 percent (14.5 percent), well above the minimum required rate of return of 9 percent. The return on equity before tax in the Financial Services Division declined to 12.5 percent (14.3 percent). This was primarily the result of the higher capital requirements and the associated stronger capital resources, as well as the ongoing pressure on margins.

Net liquidity in the Automotive Division remained sound at EUR 17.6 billion as of the end of December 2014 (EUR 16.9 billion), largely due to the high net cash flow of EUR 6.1 billion (EUR 4.4 billion). This gives the Group the necessary financial stability and flexibility to be able to maintain its profitable growth and to continue systematically implementing its Strategy 2018.

The ratio of capex to sales revenue in the Automotive Division rose slightly by 0.2 percentage points to 6.5 percent. Volkswagen therefore remains at a competitive level within its target corridor of 6 to 7 percent. Alongside its production facilities, Volkswagen invested mainly in the expansion and ecological focus of its model range, the use of electric drives and the modular toolkits.

“Given the challenging political conditions, the changing social landscape and fierce competition, our core tasks from a financial perspective remain safeguarding our earnings quality for the long-term, pursuing disciplined cost and investment management, and focusing on our profitability targets”, said Pötsch.

Brands and Business Fields

The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand generated sales revenue of EUR 99.8 billion (EUR 99.4 billion) in 2014, up 0.4 percent on the prior-year figure. Operating profit for the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand was negatively impacted by lower unit sales figures in the declining South American markets, the weaker demand in Russia due to the crisis, the deterioration in exchange rates – particularly in the first half of the year – and higher upfront investments in new technologies. The brand’s operating profit was down EUR 417 million year-on-year, at EUR 2.5 billion (EUR 2.9 billion). The operating return on sales was 2.5 percent

(2.9 percent). The positive developments in sales and earnings of the Chinese joint ventures are not included in these figures.

At EUR 53.8 billion (EUR 49.9 billion), Audi’s sales revenue exceeded the prior-year figure by 7.8 percent, largely due to the positive sales performance. Its operating profit rose to EUR

5.2 billion (EUR 5.0 billion). Profit was positively impacted by higher volumes and material cost savings, while upfront investments in new products and technologies, as well as in the expansion of the international production network, had a negative effect. The brand generated an operating return on sales of 9.6 percent (10.1 percent).

ŠKODA recorded sales revenue of EUR 11.8 billion (EUR 10.3 billion) in 2014, up 13.9 percent on the prior year. Volume and mix effects and improved material costs led to an increase in operating profit to EUR 817 million (EUR 522 million). The operating return on sales rose to

7.0 percent (5.1 percent).

SEAT recorded sales revenue of EUR 7.7 billion (EUR 6.9 billion) in 2014. Its operating result improved by EUR 25 million to EUR –127 million. Profit was positively affected by mix and volume effects and improved material costs, while higher development costs for new products had a partially offsetting effect.

Bentley generated sales revenue of EUR 1.7 billion between January and December 2014, exceeding the prior-year figure by 4.0 percent. The positive sales performance was partially offset by negative mix and exchange rate effects, meaning that operating profit only grew slightly to EUR 170 million (EUR 168 million). The operating return on sales was 9.7 percent (10.0 percent).

Porsche recorded sales revenue of EUR 17.2 billion (EUR 14.3 billion) in 2014, an increase of 20.1 percent. Despite higher development costs for new technologies, comprehensive measures to reduce CO2 levels and higher fixed costs from the development of the infrastructure needed for the Macan, operating profit improved to EUR 2.7 billion

(EUR 2.6 billion) due to volume-related factors; the operating return on sales amounted to

15.8 percent (18.0 percent).

Sales revenue generated by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles reached the prior-year level in 2014, at EUR 9.6 billion (EUR 9.4 billion). Its operating profit rose by 12.5 percent to EUR

504 million (EUR 448 million) as a result of positive mix effects and material cost savings.

Scania recorded sales revenue of EUR 10.4 billion (EUR 10.4 billion). Operating profit amounted to EUR 955 million (EUR 974 million). Higher demand for services had a positive effect, while volumes slightly below the prior-year level had a negative impact. MAN recorded sales revenue of EUR 14.3 billion (15.9 billion), generating an operating profit of

EUR 384 million (EUR 319 million). The increase is largely attributable to the Power Engineering business area, which had recognized project–specific contingency reserves in the previous year.

Volkswagen Financial Services generated an operating profit of EUR 1.7 billion (EUR 1.6 billion) in 2014. The division signed 4.9 million new financing, leasing and service/insurance contracts worldwide (up 15.6 percent).

Winterkorn: “Our stated goal for fiscal year 2015 is to achieve further growth both in terms of volumes and in the Group’s sales revenue and operating profit.”

The Volkswagen Group made a promising start to 2015. In the first two months, 1.5 million passenger cars and light commercial vehicles as well as trucks and busses were delivered worldwide. This corresponds to a year-on-year increase of 1.6 percent. “We expect deliveries to increase moderately in full-year 2015 despite the persistently challenging market environment”, said CEO Winterkorn, referring to the forthcoming product initiative.

This year, the Volkswagen Group brands will be launching 50 new models, successors and upgrades. These include key models such as the new Touran, the Audi Q7 and Audi A4, the Porsche 911 and Porsche Boxster Spyder, the ŠKODA Superb and the SEAT Ibiza, as well as the new Caddy and the new T6 from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.

The difficult market environment, fierce competition, interest rate and exchange rate volatility, and fluctuations in raw materials prices all pose challenges. A positive effect is anticipated from the efficiency programs implemented by all brands and, increasingly, from the modular toolkits.

Depending on economic conditions, Volkswagen expects 2015 sales revenue for the Group and its business areas to increase by up to 4 percent above the prior-year figure. However, economic trends in Latin America and Eastern Europe will need to be continuously monitored in the Commercial Vehicles/Power Engineering Business Area.

In terms of the Group’s operating profit, Volkswagen anticipates an operating return on sales of between 5.5 percent and 6.5 percent in 2015 in light of the challenging economic environment. The operating return on sales is expected to be in the 6.0 percent and 7.0 percent range in the Passenger Cars Business Area and between 2.0 percent and 4.0 percent in the Commercial Vehicles/Power Engineering Business Area. For the Financial Services Division, the Group is forecasting an operating profit at the prior-year level.

“We are being deliberately rather more cautious – despite excellent figures we always have a good grip on reality”, said Winterkorn, and added: “You know us well enough: we’re never satisfied with just doing the minimum. Our stated goal for fiscal year 2015 is to achieve further growth both in terms of volumes and in our sales revenue and operating profit.” Disciplined cost and investment management and the continuous optimization of processes remain integral elements of the Volkswagen Group’s Strategy 2018.

VOLKSWAGEN DE MEXICO TO PRODUCE THE NEW THREE-ROW TIGUAN IN ITS PUEBLA ASSEMBLY PLANT

· Investment of $1 billion at Puebla plant
· US-CEO Michael Horn: Localization key to safeguard our competitive position
· Start of production end of 2016

Puebla/Herndon – Volkswagen de México’s announced that a three-row version of the Tiguan will be produced at its plant in Puebla, Mexico. The car will be launched to the markets in 2017. The company will invest $1 billion for the expansion and modernization of its production facilities at the Puebla plant, as well as tooling to produce auto parts at suppliers. Volkswagen de México’s strategy of technological upgrading, which started with the production of the new Golf on the Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) platform, goes to the next step with the new Tiguan.

“Localization has become key to safeguarding our competitive position on the global market and manufacturing the Tiguan in Mexico will bring production closer to the U.S.-market,” said Michael Horn, president and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America. “It is another proof point that Volkswagen is committed to further growth in the U.S. and North American markets. With production of the Golf A7 and the Tiguan now moved to Puebla, we will build approximately 90 percent of our products in the NAFTA region”.

Volkswagen specified that the production capacity for this longer Tiguan will be 500 units per day. This model will be supplied to North and South America, as well as other world markets (excluding the European Union and China).

For production of this compact SUV, new lines will be installed at the Puebla plant. The new body shop will include a high level of automation with advanced programming and control systems. All told, the new buildings will add 90,000 square meters to Volkswagen de México’s Puebla facilities.

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Volkswagen de México’s Puebla facilities. Photo Courtesy: Volkswagen of America, Inc.

The project will add around $1 billion annually to Volkswagen’s auto parts purchasing volume in Mexico. This will create a significant impact on local economics and employment. At Volkswagen de Mexico alone, Tiguan production will employ about 2,000 people.

PHOTO(s) OF THE DAY

SOURCE:  Department of Defense /Defense News Lead Photo

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Soldiers welcome Freedom Park Elementary School students to school during Georgia Walk to School Day in Augusta, Ga., March 4, 2015. The soldiers are assigned to Delta Company, 369th Signal Battalion.

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Griffin Forrester stands his post in his fighting hole during a beach raid aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 6, 2015. After securing the beach, Marines tactically moved to Camp Horno, where the Marines dug fighting holes and trained in defensive tactics during Amphibious Squadron/Marine Expeditionary Unit Integration Training (PMINT). (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Emmanuel Ramos/Released)

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Griffin Forrester stands his post in his fighting hole during a beach raid aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 6, 2015. After securing the beach, Marines tactically moved to Camp Horno, where the Marines dug fighting holes and trained in defensive tactics during Amphibious Squadron/Marine Expeditionary Unit Integration Training (PMINT). (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Emmanuel Ramos/Released)

150309-N-SY784-141 WATERS TO THE WEST OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA (March 9, 2015)  Sailors serve as line handlers aboard Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) during a replenishment at sea with the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Pecos (T-AO-197) as part of exercise Foal Eagle 2015. McCain is on patrol in the 7th Fleet area of operation supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. Foal Eagle is a series of annual training events that are defense-oriented and designed to increase readiness and maintain stability on the Korean Peninsula while strengthening the ROK-U.S. alliance and promoting regional peace and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class John Johnson/Released)

150309-N-SY784-141 WATERS TO THE WEST OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA (March 9, 2015) Sailors serve as line handlers aboard Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) during a replenishment at sea with the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Pecos (T-AO-197) as part of exercise Foal Eagle 2015. McCain is on patrol in the 7th Fleet area of operation supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. Foal Eagle is a series of annual training events that are defense-oriented and designed to increase readiness and maintain stability on the Korean Peninsula while strengthening the ROK-U.S. alliance and promoting regional peace and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class John Johnson/Released)

A fire team with 2nd Force Reconnaissance Detachment 6 enters a room after throwing in a flash bang during a close-quarters tactics training event at Expeditionary Operations Training Group compound at Stone Bay aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., March 6, 2015. More than 35 Marines conducted the training during a pre-deployment training package provided by EOTG instructors.

A fire team with 2nd Force Reconnaissance Detachment 6 enters a room after throwing in a flash bang during a close-quarters tactics training event at Expeditionary Operations Training Group compound at Stone Bay aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., March 6, 2015. More than 35 Marines conducted the training during a pre-deployment training package provided by EOTG instructors.

BEYOND SELMA: BLACK AND WHITE MILITARY FAMILIES BOND FOR HONOR

SOURCE:  Blacknews.com

San Francisco, CA — In the wake of 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March and commemoration of the Civil Rights movement, with the help of White families, one Black family remembers a Viet Nam Fallen War Hero, Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr., whose ultimate sacrifice for the United States of America, is lesser known among the more iconic remembrances of the times.

March 10, 2015 marked the one-year anniversary that the children of Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. and Ouida Fay McClendon Wright had their parents moved to Arlington National Cemetery during its 150th anniversary in 2014.

Embedded in the recent Civil Rights observances is the story of Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr., who died as an honor guard for then Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara in Viet Nam as McNamara inspected the troops. Headlines of the time read “McNamara Watches GI Die”.

Wright’s children had him exhumed from a segregated cemetery in Jacksonville, Florida on March 3, 2014 and his wife Ouida Fay McLendon Wright exhumed from a cemetery in Columbus, GA on March 4, 2014 to have them reburied as close to the anniversary of their deaths as possible at Arlington National Cemetery. It was 50 years and 44 years respectively after their deaths Monday, March 9, 1964 and Monday, March 9, 1970.

“As we’ve shared our journey some people have said that it’s a private personal story,” said Jackie Wright, (61), a publicist in San Francisco. “But I respond that our father at the age of 32 died publically for the United States of America to protect and preserve this country, so it’s not a private story. It’s an American story. It’s an international story. When Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave the ‘I Have A Dream Speech,’ our Dad was fighting for “democracy” in the jungles of Viet Nam, waiting for the birth of his fourth child, who was born a little over 30 days later, a child he never held. He died a little over 90 days after his Commander and Chief, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. We were in the midst of turbulent times.”

U.S. Army Chaplain Theodore "Ted" Randall Salutes Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. & Ouida F. Wright as they are laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, March 10, 2014.  Photo Courtesy: Andre Ray Thompson/Ray Caling, Arlington, VA

U.S. Army Chaplain Theodore “Ted” Randall Salutes Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. & Ouida F. Wright as they are laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, March 10, 2014. Photo Courtesy: Andre Ray Thompson/Ray Caling, Arlington, VA

Wright shared highlights of the Wright Family’s Arlington journey, a few days after the commemoration:

“My sister, Phyllis Wright Cameron of Antioch, an insurance executive, was knowingly in the presence of our Dad for the first time as she was six months old when he died. He only saw pictures of her and never got the opportunity to hold his baby girl. With Phyllis’ demand to remove the burial wrapping and to see our father, we witnessed his remains that included his signature gold tooth and gold crown that always shined in the light with his laughter as I remember. There was an obvious ritualistic pinning of the army blankets he was wrapped in and there were two dog tags with his name, serial number that I recalled began with RA, his blood type O and his religion, Methodist. Jacksonville photographer and Viet Nam Veteran, Ronald Breaker told us one was intended for the family and one was to stay with the body. “It’s one of the old ones. It’s got the dent in it. They say from pushing it up against the teeth after a soldier dies,” Mr. Breaker, whispered to us. After fifty years, we finally got the memorial that was intended for us, something we did not know existed. Seeing our father’s remains laid to rest the question as to whether his body had actually been recovered. For our 50 years that was a question in the back of the mind for my brothers Joe Wright of Columbus, Georgia, Stanley Wright of Orangeburg, SC and me. As kids, we all heard whispers at the funeral that the military just weighs down the casket to make it seem like a body is inside. There was no doubt now.”

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