Helicopter from USS Atka returns to icebreaker after searching route thru ice
Helicopter from USS Atka icebreaker lands after making reconnaissance
USS Atka, icebreaker anchored in Polaris Bay surrounded by floating icebergs.
Helicopter from the USS Atka returning equipment and personnel to the icebreaker
Count Eigil Knuth, archaeologist, gov't.of Denmark, shows report to Atka crew
Enroute - Thule AFB to Polaris Promontory by icebreaker U.S.S. ATKA
Stanley Needleman discusses operations with Capt. W. Reinhardt, of U.S.S. Atka
Tests on icebreaker, launching special balloons and measuring ozone layer
Balloon filled with helium to measure ozone layer by telemetering data to record
Air Force scientists on U.S.S. Atka. Needleman, Wilson, Klick, Craven, Davies, ?
North of Thule AFB, open water leads in ice while on board icebreaker.
US Navy helicopter from USS Atka airlifting jeep trailer over Polaris Promontory
Icebergs from deck of icebreaker flight deck, U.S.S. Atka, enroute to Thule
View from icebreaker U.S.S. Atka. Ice thickness: 6-8 feet
U.S. Navy helicopter from U.S.S. Atka, off-loading equipment and supplies
Polaris Bay. U.S.S. Atka is anchored in the bay. Icebergs are floating
Icebreaker U.S.S. Atka anchored in Polaris Bay amidst icebergs.
Count Eigil Knuth, archaeologist from Denmark, discussing cache sites
Lowering jeep and equipment into landing barge from U.S.S. Atka
Reconnaissance by U.S.S. Atka helicopter discovered old boat frame
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