Hope all is good on your teams.
Just a quick few things:
1. We have obtained compasses for each car. The idea behind this is to be able to give the offshore crew accurate information with regards to location and direction of a pod of pilot whales if spotted by any onshore crew. I have requested the offshore crew (via Bastien) to give training to the team leaders who will in return give training to their respective teams. In this way we give accurate, uniform information to the offshore team and they will be able to locate the pod much quicker.
2. Scott is leaving on Sunday. As you know he is quite busy, not just with this campaign but also other work and in order to not flood his inbox, please from now on do not copy Scott in your daily reports or everyday logistical mails. He will still receive my daily report and in that way keep up to date as to what is going on. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Scott for the tremendous job that he has done here....Scott is one of my mentors and I think you all will agree that he is an amazing leader. Thank you Scott.
3. We now have all the media kits and Lukas and myself will distribute a kit to each team and Lukas will sit down with you and explain everything.
4. Please remember to regular check phone balances to ensure you have airtime. We can not run out of this at critical moments. Lukas said he will check wi-fi balances from his side. Thanks Lukas.
5. On Sundays, I will send you my planned team visits for the week.
Thank you guys and have a good day tomorrow
SSCS Operation Grindstop Ground Commander
And as you see - Rosie Kunneke was the leader (oops, sorry - now Commander) of Sea Shepherd, while they were in the Faroe Islands - and they did tell everybody, that they didn't operate with leaders in the Faroe Islands with leaders - but this was clearly another SS lie & propaganda.
To be continued, folk's ..!
Jógvan á Høvdanum (junior) 11.10.2015