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Venture Center at Fox Valley Technical College

When you’re in Wisconsin, do as Wisconsinites do: Visit Lambeau Field! We also had wonderful discussions with Michelle Schuler, Microsoft’s Manager #TechSpark Wisconsin and Anna Steinfest, CEO of AFF Research and manager of the Green Bay Packers Mentor-Protég%C3 Program. Thank you Michelle and A...

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National Gallery of Art Photo 2018-05-23 16:06

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NRA Museums Photo 2018-05-23 16:00

NRA Senior Curator Philip Schreier accepts a CIA DEER Pistol into the museum’s collection on Tuesday May 22nd. Donating this extremely rare artifact is Master Armorer Thomas Ring. Mr. Ring donated both an original (relic) condition DEER pistol as well as a tool room prototype replica (with a rifled barrel) that he made himself. The DEER Pistol is considered the Vietnam era successor to the OSS .45 ACP Liberator from World War II. The DEER Pistol was made in 1964 and meant to be used arming resistance fighters who needed a 9mm pistol to acquire a better firearm. Less than 10 of these are known to exist and this relic example is possibly the only specimen likely to be on public display in this country. #NRAmuseums #donations #verycool