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外围体育投注Looking for some insight from the PAE folks. I was offered a spot as an alternate and a few days ago a recruiter emailed me and had me apply to a specific job requisition. My status says start date scheduled, but I have not recieved any other communication directly from PAE yet. Anyone familiar with what that typically means? Thanks!

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Ok so I am a pilot by trade and I was looking at jobs in Alaska when a buddy of mine jokingly said that I should try Antarctica instead. I decided for fun to look up what jobs are there expecting absolutely zero and was amazed to find all the postings of support jobs by companies like PAE. I found a job posting for a Aviation Coordinator at McMurdo and I roughly fit the requirements that were outlined. What do you guys think? I would love to know if there is a possibility of a flying job down there but I have found any and I think the military does most of the flying anyway correct? However looking into these jobs more and more I think I would be ok with something that isn’t a flying job because I’m starting to just want the experience of going down there and working to see what it is like. What do you guys think? I am currently 23 and out of work because of Covid. Not many pilot jobs left in the US for be because the airlines are crashing hard. I have a little over 1600 hours of total time and over 200 hours PIC in kingairs as an instructor.

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Is there any NDT/NDE work in Antarctica to be had? I have worked in extreme cold weather before working on the north slope of alaska and was curious if my cold weather experience and inspection background would be transferable as I really miss working in extreme environments. Would be super thankful for any information this sub might have. :)

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Hello folks,

外围体育投注I am hoping we can get some help with this here. I run a clothing archive based out of Nova Scotia, Canada and am currently in the process of putting together a photography book that focuses mainly on vintage menswear from approx 1900 up to the 1970's. Our archive has a large assortment of military, mountaineering, and Arctic/ Antarctic garments.

I am reaching out here in hopes that some of you may have in your possession some such garments, such as the wonderful Parkas, Smocks, Bags, and Misc Extreme Cold Weather wear of the early USARP (US Antarctic Research Program), BAS (British Antarctic Survey), NZARP (New Zealand Antarctic Research Program) and misc military programs such as Operation Deep Freeze.

Please feel free to reach out to me here and we can discuss further. We have a decent amount of funding set aside for the acquisition of pieces that we find interesting, and are more than willing to work out a fair price for them. The pieces will be photographed and given a good home here in Nova Scotia, so do let me know! Thanks so much.

外围体育投注P.S. I've attached a few example photos of the type of pieces we are seeking. Enjoy!


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They are for this coming summer. Also, some go down after a few days and others are up for 30+ days. What does this mean?

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