Soils engineering tests to locate runway on old dry lake bed at Bronlunds Fjord
Bearing strength tests to determine runway orientation and suitability
Soil engineering and permafrost tests in test pits along the proposed runway
Camp site of Operation Groundhog on runway at Bronlunds Fjord.
SA-16 aircraft dropping supplies and mail on runway at Bronlunds Fjord airfield
C-124 at base camp after successful test landings on unimproved natural runway
C-124 aircraft test landing on natural surface runway at Bronlunds Fjord.
Track of C-124 USAF aircraft on runway, Bronlunds Fjord natural surface. No ruts
Testing of bearing strength on runway site at Bronlunds Fjord. Stan Needleman
Aerial view of Bronlunds Fjord runway site and camp area of field party
C-124 coming in for test landing on runway at Bronlunds Fjord.
Bronlunds Fjord marked natural surface airstrip site.
Stoertz of USGS operates penetrometer to determine bearing strength of soil load
Aerial view, west. Polaris airstrip upper right.
Deflectometer installation in sea ice. Tire is runway marker. Sea ice near T-3
Aerial view of runway from helicopter looking north. Arctic Ocean 25 miles away
Tractor/grader completed modification of runway surface microrelief.
Tractor and jeep with trailer were the field transports to prepare runway.
Loading jeep to provide soil engineering data in testing of runway.
Sgt David Craven installs portable radar reflectors at the corners of the runway
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Last updated: 03/01/2024