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LOGISTICS

Logistics documents illustrate how people and material are transported to and from Antarctica.

If you are having trouble accessing any if these documents, contact USAPrecompete@nsf.gov.

USAP Participant Guide, 2006-2008
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USAP Travel and Deployment
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Cargo Shipping Rates Tables
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Summary of Passengers and Cargo in Antarctica, 2006-2007 (PDF 9 MB))
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Listing of Port Hueneme services with costs (PDF 35 KB)
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U.S. Air Force Instructions 13-217 — Drop Zone and Landing Operations in Antarctica (PDF 3.1 MB)
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U.S. Air Force Engineering Technical Letter (ETL) 07-12: Design, Construction, Maintenance, and Evaluation of the McMurdo Sound (Antarctica) Sea Ice Runway for Heavy Wheeled Aircraft Operations (PDF 6.1 MB)
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U.S. Air Force Engineering Technical Letter (ETL) 06-16: Design, Construction, Maintenance, and Evaluation of the Pegasus Glacial Ice Runway for Heavy Wheeled Aircraft Operations (PDF 860 KB)
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Operation Deep Freeze Aircraft Parking Ramp, Christchurch International Airport (PDF 28 KB)
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