A New Zealand climber along with a para rescue team during a United States Antarctica Research Program in Antarctica.
Antarctica Date:1962, October 31 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Operation Deep Freeze of the United States being carried on in Antarctica. A group of VX-6 parachute rescue personnel on the skyline of a ice ridge along with an instructor from New Zealand. Climbers and para rescue personnel on the ridge. A man works on the snow with an axe. Men chip away ice with axes. A man slides down an ice slope as a part of recreation. A man slides down a slope and then turns over on his stomach. Men walk down the side of the ice slope. Men walk over ice. They wear crampons on their boots. A man slides down a slope as he takes pictures. Para rescue men and the climbing instructor from New Zealand gather around a snow vehicle. An emblem on a building at McMurdo Sound. The sign reads 'United States Antarctica Research Program , National Science Foundation'. Men around the snow vehicle as they prepare to move up a hill. A sign on the snow vehicle reads ' USARP '. Men stagger up the hill. A man hangs from a line over the edge of an ice cliff.
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