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Picture of our group in front of a Russian An-12 Cub Transport Airplane on Sredney Island.North Pole Expedition 2002.

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Most of the people of our group wear red EXP Extreme Exposure Protection equipment.  You can see them in front of this Russian Antonov An-12 Cub transport Airplane on Sredney Island.
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Expedition members stand in front of the Antonov 12 on Sredney Island
Photo by C. Jeff Dyrek


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Most of the people on our expedition wear the red EXP Jackets from Northern Outfitters which our expedition leader can provide.  The red jackets are very easy to see against the snow, which is good for emergency situations.    I had a number of people ask me about Arctic Cammo and thought that this would be a good item to purchase for the expedition.  But, really, it's not.  We were on a peaceful mission and not required to be hidden, in fact, it was just the opposite.

We are standing in front of our Russian An-12 Cub Transport plane preparing to board it for the last leg from Sredney Island back to Khatanga, Siberia


 
 

 

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Some good pictures from Vincent Dauro from the 318th Fighter Squadron on the
island of Ie Shima in WW2
P-47D Thunderbolt 1/48 plastic model kit


One of our Expedition Members took this ride to the Edge of Space,
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Sredney Island Links, Sredney is also commonly spelled Srednij
Skydiving on the North Pole takes you through Srednij island
Coal Quality and Resources of the Former Soviet Union
Anature Radio Logbook of Srednij Island contacts, look about halfway down the page
Forward base Amature Radio Operator at Srednij Island

Russian Aircraft Links

 
Antonov AN-26 with interior layout diagrams
Aircraft types for charter
Russian Airplane Models


Aviation World Many cargo aircraft for sale or lease
Antonov An-26 used for arms transport
Aircraft specs for many Russian Planes
Russian Aviation a great site.
An-24 and An-26 photos
Airline History Airliners of the 1970s with lots of Russian Aircraft
Antonov An-26 (Curl)
Antonov An-26 Curl
 

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