BAAE

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BAAEBritish Army Antarctic Expedition
BAAEBritish Airways Avionic Engineering
BAAEBachelor of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
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Many of the 16 members of the British Army Antarctic Expedition are novice climbers, but earlier in the three-month expedition, successfully scaled Mt Johnston, a peak on the Forbidden Plateau climbed only once before, in 1957.
The dip lasted only a minute before the members of the British Army Antarctic Expedition hauled themselves out of the water into an inflatable boat.
The British Army Antarctic Expedition is spending three months on the continent's peninsula after sailing there in a 72ft yacht, the John Laing.
The British Army Antarctic Expedition (BAAE) is expected to reach the Danco coast of Antarctica in the coming days, in order to undertake geological surveying and wildlife studies; make maps of the area; and climb a mountain or two.
Major Richard Pattison, from Gloucestershire, and Captain Will Mace, of Herefordshire, are among the 16 members of the British Army Antarctic Expedition exploring the frozen continent after sailing there across the Southern Ocean on a 72-ft yacht.
He has joined the British Army Antarctic Expedition team as yacht bosun as they attempt to explore Antarctica in a manner not attempted since Sir Ernest Shackleton's expedition during the World War I.
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