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A German Me 410 twin-engine fighter banking right after attacking a B-17G bomber of the US 562nd Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group, over Brüx (present day: Most), Czechoslovakia, 12 May 1944.

This extraordinary photo was taken from the radio compartment’s window of B-17G “Lady Godiva” by Sgt. Victor A. LaBruno.

The B-17 was named “Lady Godiva” because she arrived at the group “completely naked” without any paint. She was written off after crash-landing at Honington on June 12, 1944.

This particular Me 410 is the somewhat rare “bomber killer” B-(1 or 2)/U4 variant, armed with a 50 mm BK 5 cannon. The long barrel clearly visible protruding from the aircraft’s nose. Given the date and location it probably belonged to either ZG26 or 76.

(Photo source: USAAF)

anonymous asked:

Why would I want to go to business school?

Jobs?

Such as:

  • Business Development
  • Sales
  • Retail
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Project Management

With a graduate degree:

  • Contract Management
  • Administrative Services Management
  • Financial Advising
  • Advertising and Promotions Management

And according to ThinkAdvisor, here are the top 14 best paying jobs for business majors:

Social Network Administrator ($72,500)

Automotive Retail Salesperson ($74,700)

Store Owner/Operator ($80,900)

Senior Systems Administrator ($82,200)

Tax Compliance Manager ($86,500)

Tax Consultant ($87,400)

Systems Manager ($90,500)

Payroll Director ($98,200)

Cost Engineer ($99,800)

Bank Examiner ($109,000)

Regional Director ($129,000)

Chief Administrative Officer ($140,000)

Chief Marketing Officer ($172,000)

Occupations for the Zodiac
  • Aries: Sports, Politics, Military - jobs with power
  • Taurus: Banking, Architecture, Engineering, Floristry -jobs that are stable in established institutions
  • Gemini: Public Relations, Teaching, Selling, Journalism, Surgery -jobs that are compatible with quick minds and where you would use lots of words
  • Cancer: Nursing, Baking, Nutrition, Counseling -jobs that need organization and that are comfortable and secure
  • Leo: Acting, Directing, Management, Law -jobs that have to deal with under pressure situations or with leadership needed
  • Virgo: Business, - any job which enable Virgos to give service or handle complicated or difficult details
  • Libra: Law, Politics, Diplomacy, Fashion, Graphics -jobs that involve talking and presentation or planning
  • Scorpio: Detectives, Pathology, Surgery, Research, Scientists, Butchers, Market Analysts -jobs that they feel are important and offers the opportunity to investigate and analyze complex problems.
  • Sagittarius: Writer, Lawyer, Teacher, Veterinary Practice, Translator, Sales -jobs that include travel, foreign languages or that combine intellect and physical activity
  • Capricorn: Banking, Accounting, Engineering, Dental, Research -jobs that require good organization and smart management
  • Aquarius: Scientist, Artist, Photographer, Inventor, Writer, Archeologist -jobs that involve experimentation, ideas, investigation, analysis, and innovation
  • Pisces: Film, Photography, Music, Art, Charity Work, Advertising -jobs that allow travel or are services to others

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The NCC 1701 Enterprise; the second Enterprise that Daniels had gone undercover on, he really did have some amazing luck; he’d been in the same room as the brave men and women who shaped the Federation and who gave their lives to protect it. He and some other agents were currently looking for a rogue temporal agent who was dead set on destroying the Federation, and this time they were hiding on Kirk’s Enterprise. 

Currently, he was in engineering fixing a conduit as Starfleet engineer ‘Lt. Banks.’ 

Labour will create a million good jobs and drive growth across Britain

Labour will create an engine of investment and growth in Britain’s economy and drive a major expansion in good quality jobs that will benefit every region and nation of the UK.

At least a million good jobs will be created under a Labour Government to rebuild communities that have been left behind, transforming our economy into one that works for the many, not the few.

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, and Rebecca Long-Bailey, Labour’s Shadow Business Secretary, will set out how Labour’s plans for jobs and wealth creation will unleash the untapped potential of every part of the country at an event at York Science Park on Friday 2 June.

The Conservatives have failed to give our regions, industries, businesses and workers the support they need, leaving Britain with deep-rooted economic problems which are holding Britain back.

Labour’s National Transformation Fund, National Investment Bank and network of Regional Development Banks, will provide the engine Britain’s economy needs to drive investment in the infrastructure and green and cutting edge industries of the future – creating jobs, developing skills and providing support for small and medium businesses in every region. 

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, said:

“When Labour talks about job creation we mean decent jobs, jobs which pay a real living wage, which people can get by on, and which give people a sense of pride and purpose.

“Labour will invest to drive growth across the whole of Britain, creating wealth which is shared across our country, rather than concentrated in the hands of the few. Labour will ensure people are not held back. We will build an economy where everyone shares in the creation of wealth as well as its distribution.

“Under the Conservatives, the richest have got richer, while most people’s incomes have fallen or stagnated. Labour’s plans will make sure everyone shares in our country’s wealth.”

Labour’s Shadow Business Secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, said:

“Unlike the Conservatives, Labour will make full use of all policy levers to drive growth and economic development, working in partnership with the private sector and trade unions to rebalance our economy so that it serves the many, not just the few.

“Labour’s industrial strategy will have real muscle, powered by our National Transformation Fund and £250bn of investment from our new National Investment Bank and network of Regional Development Banks.

“We will deliver a million good jobs over the course of the next Parliament.”

“Don’t push things for later. A lot of people get into banking, engineering, and they remain unhappy with their jobs so they save money and they can quit later. But I think it’s better to just get there quicker. And it’s okay to be lost - to not know what you really want. But the important thing is to try different things, so that you at least know what you don’t want.”