Calendars and Schedules
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Intercontinental Airlift Schedule
The launch of a balloon with an instrument capable of detecting terrestrial x-rays in the upper atmosphere.
The launch of a balloon with
an instrument capableof
detecting terrestrialx-rays
in the upper atmosphere.

The following document is password protected and shares the same username and password as the Antarctic Air Operations Planning Summary. If you require access, please send an email to AirSeaSchedule@usap.gov.

Intercontinental Airlift Schedule Link to PDF file protected area

Continental Sealift Schedule

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Continental Sealift Schedule Link to PDF file protected area

Continental Area Acquisition Schedule
Ship Schedules
Cut-off Dates for Shipping
Antarctic Air Operations Planning Summary
Mo Hodgins (left) and Jesse McGill process water samples in the lab onboard the Laurence M. Gould.
Mo Hodgins (left)and Jesse
McGill process water samples
in thelab onboard the
Laurence M. Gould.

The following document is password protected and shares the same username and password as the Intercontinental Airlift Schedule. If you require access, please send an email to AirOpsPlan@usap.gov.

Antarctic Air Operations Planning Summary Link to PDF file protected area

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