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Cargo/Warehouse

Jay Johnson loads the 53-foot Conestoga trailer with cargo to support the 2016-2017 Antarctic field season. All IDP cargo prepared for the 2016-2017 field season was successfully loaded onto one full flatbed truck (Conestoga trailer) with only inches of room to spare. Credit: IDP-Wisconsin

A happy IDP-Wisconsin team in front of the fully-loaded Conestoga trailer. All IDP cargo prepared for the 2016-2017 field season was successfully loaded onto one full flatbed truck (Conestoga trailer) with only inches of room to spare. Credit: IDP-Wisconsin

The loaded Conestoga trailer leaves the IDP-Wisconsin Warehouse, bound for Port Hueneme, CA. All IDP cargo prepared for the 2016-2017 field season was successfully loaded onto one full flatbed truck (Conestoga trailer) with only inches of room to spare. Credit: IDP-Wisconsin

IDP engineers Josh Goetz (left) and Jay Johnson unload a flatbed truck full of drilling equipment. Five flatbed trucks were necessary to return all of the equipment from the 2016-2017 Antarctic summer field season to Madison, Wisconsin. Credit: Anna Clausen

The 2016-2017 Antarctic field season retrograde cargo included a 20-foot long shipping container returning from WAIS Divide that required a crane for unloading. Credit: Anna Clausen