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Page 32 text:
HOOK, LINE AND GRANITE CLIFF
The first United States amphibious un-
loading operation in the history of the
Antarctic continent could never have been
accomplished without the successful efforts
of the Arneb's hatch crews and coxswains
who, with the Seabees, were the key fig-
ures in the unloading operations.
Working in two, I2-hour shifts, around
the clock, cargo was transferred in a con-
stant flow from the Arneb's holds into the
huge landing craft and hence onto the
CARGO LIFT BIG HELP
IN THE HOLDS
When the unloading was finally com-
pleted, the ship's first and second divisions
had unloaded and moved to the base site
2,600 measured tons of cargo. '
ON DECK SHIFT BAKER
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INTO THE "MIKE" BOAT
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Page 31 text:
Adare Station Jan. Z To Jan. 9
ROAD TO THE BEACH
. . . . UDT and TNT
blcsf the way
. . . Over and Out
HA LLETT FRO NTIER
DE LIVERING THE
...Unloading dismnng unif GOCDS ---- Davis'
ville fo Hallett shore
Page 33 text:
LUMBERING ALONG. . . Housin9
maternal transported to bose Slie
- A . .. .- Q'-. nf-. 'Y W ' .ef - - - ' '-r'-TOT' 1-if ""' 4' " '
mAP2ln5JiE?fi'o,665 o f t f
found on the site selected for the
base. Twenty men removed 9,000
in Operation "Penguin-Lift."
Then SeaBees of Mobile Construc-
tion Battalion One went to work
'D ttt i f
ALL RIGHT WHO DID IT?
Local gentry pondering recent move
constructing the ll-building base.
A supply dump was graded and per
sonnelworked lntwo 12 hour shifts
under the continuous daylnght ofthe
ln eight days the station began to
take shape as the detachment of
SeaBees erectedthe red steel sided
huts on the ground where the pen
gums once nested
, , . Ancient volcanic ash gives Way
under D-4 POWGI'
TURN TO - SEABEE STYLE
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