At tHe other extreme, of course, is the locale that makes a great deal of news-the war zone--where adventurers (and sometimes flingers and ideologues) flock, attracted to a cause or to excitement, and always to the opportunity for advancement.
As might be expected of a group that includes adventurers and flingers, American freelancrs, when compared with staff correspondents, are on average younger, more likely to be at their first post abroad and to have been there for less than three years.
There always will be an abundant supply of freelancers, not only because there always will be spouses, experts, adventurers, flingers, ideologues and residents, but also because freelancing fits other worldwide trends, such as an increase in part time work, growth in self-employment, and a higher proportion of working mothers.
Their heavy-duty cast iron housings and heat-treated, wear-resistant ductile iron end caps work together with high-temperature seals, flingers
, and lubrication to improve bearing service and paver performance.