British Services Antarctic Expedition 2012

The British Armed Services is mounting an expedition to Antarctica in 2012 to commemorate Scott’s outstanding contribution to the nation and to science.

Follow-up

Below are all the news we published about the British Services Antarctic Expedition 2012 expedition

  • All together on the Antarctic Peninsula

    Published on 14.01.2012

    After some wanderings about, Red, Green and Blue teams are now reunited on the shore of the Antarctic Peninsula. Ready for the next phase of the expedition. For the ones who would like to continue to follow this expedition, we invite them to go on the BSAE 2012 expedition website.  

  • Adventure has begun for BSAE officers

    Published on 08.01.2012

    All the 24 people of the BSAE expedition have arrived now in the Antarctic. Some have flown from Punta Arenas to Rothera on Adelaide Island. The remainder sailed on board of sloop Australis through the infamous Drake Passage.

  • Ready for sailing

    Published on 30.12.2011

    The 25 people of the Bristish Services Antarctic Expedition (BSAE) are now gathering in south Chile. In a few days they should departure for their sailing across the Drake Passage.

  • The British Army in the french Alps…

    Published on 08.11.2011

    The members of the British Services Antarctic Expeditions 2012 just left England to go training into the French Alps. They wil get their last training in the Massif des Ecrins.

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