The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (or DofE), is a programme of activities that can be undertaken by anyone aged 14 to 25, regardless of personal ability. DofE programmes can on average take anywhere between 1 year and 3/4 years to complete, depending upon the route taken, and around 275,000 participants are taking part in their DofE Programme at any time in the United Kingdom. It began in the United Kingdom and is popular in the Commonwealth.
Mourning Sun, released in November 2005, is the fourth 'official' studio album by Fields of the Nephilim. Vocalist Carl McCoy announced the reunion of the original lineup in 1998 and collaborated with bass guitar player Tony Pettit on songs that were released on the compilation album Fallen in 2002), but he is the only original band member to be featured on the album.
USS Psyche V (SP-9) was an armed motorboat that served in the United States Navy as a patrol vessel from 1917 to 1919. Psyche V was built in 1911 by Fred S. Nock at East Greenwich, Rhode Island, as the private wooden motorboat Achelous. She had been renamed Psyche V by the time the U.S. Navy purchased her from her owner, W. S. Bentham of New York City, on 23 April 1917 for World War I service.