What is the oldest a person can be for a career with Homeland Security?

Answer According to a brief provided by U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the maximum age for an applicant to the agency is 37 years of age. Or, as the department officially puts it: "The day before ... Read More »

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Who was the oldest person to go on a submarine?

It's possible, but NOT a good idea. All the branches of the Armed Forces "dish out" SEVERE emotional abuse - especially during basic training, and it's no different in the Navy. MOST aspies are NOT... Read More »

Who is the oldest person in the history of the world?

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Jeanne Louise Calment is the world's longest-living person whose birthdate could be authenticated with a birth certificate. She was born in 1875 and... Read More »

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Who was the oldest person ever to win an Academy Award?

Actress Jessica Tandy and actor George Burns are the two oldest people ever to have won a competitive Academy Award. Both were 80 years old when they won--- Burns for "The Sunshine Boys" in 1975 an... Read More »