Thank you for your service

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December 24, 1944. A young American soldier stands guard outside a bombed-out shelter that he and his comrades are using as a resting place for the night. The winds are howling, and the frigid temperatures send a piercing chill down his spine. Soon this almost unbearable feeling leaves his body as his mind begins to reminisce about his family at home.


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Tips for packing and shipping art and collections

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You may have just acquired a new item for your collection. Perhaps you have consigned part of your collection to a gallery to sell on your behalf or agreed to loan an object to a museum for exhibition. Maybe you purchased a new home and will be moving your entire collection across country. Whatever the scenario may be, this is one of the most vulnerable times for your artwork.


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The rise of the drone

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You’ve seen news articles on them. You’ve seen posts on the internet about them. You might even have seen them flying around your neighborhood. Unmanned aircraft systems (UASes), also known as drones, are aircraft systems without a human pilot on board. Instead, they are controlled by an operator on the ground.


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Is your resume camera-ready?

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There are many good reasons to get your resume ready and up-to-date, even if you aren’t in the market to make a career move. Keeping your resume current and uploaded on a site like LinkedIn may assist you in making connections that can further your success in your existing role, or it may lead you to professional or educational associations that can help you keep your knowledge fresh.


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