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Press Release 08-194

NSF Plays Major Role in Complex International Evacuation of an Injured Australian from Antarctica

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Photo of a ski-equipped Hercules LC-130 refueling in Antarctica.

A ski-equipped Hercules LC-130 refuels in Antarctica.

Credit: Bob Koch / National Science Foundation


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Photo of a LC-130 Hercules flying over NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.

An LC-130 Hercules over NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in February 2008.

Credit: Keith Vanderlinde / National Science Foundation


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Photo of the temporary ice runway at Australia's Davis Station.

The temporary ice runway at Australia's Davis Station (at left).

Credit: Australian Antarctic Division


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Photo of the approach to Davis Station.

The approach to Davis Station (at right).

Credit: Australian Antarctic Division


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Map showing the route taken by the medevac flight.

The route taken by the medevac flight.

Credit: National Science Foundation


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