By United States Navy Task Force 68
This record represents the mixed observations of military body of workers assigned to activity strength sixty eight, Operation "Highjump", Naval Antarctic improvement venture, December 1946 to April 1947. Chapters contain information about the Army's curiosity in Antarctica, engineer operations; transportation, plane operation, seek and rescue, scientific concerns, communications (Signal Corps), Communications (ACS), images, meteorology, Antarctic plan for medical exploration, and a mixed observers'; log.
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