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  • A team of wounded service personnel will tomorrow (Saturday) take off from an airfield in Kemble, Gloucestershire, in an attempt to become the first disabled pilots to navigate the British coastline in a fleet of microlights, raising awareness of the military charity, Flying for Freedom.   Above the knee double amputee Capt. Luke Sinnott will lead the unique challenge, ‘Round Britain Flight, which aims to demonstrate how flying creates a sense of freedom for those with physical disabilities and inspire other injured or wounded servicemen and women to learn to...

  • The More Than Just Me Foundation was formed for the exclusive purpose of charitable and educational means. Between campaigns, MTJMe’s Founder and President Tommy Danger, visits schools educating youth as to how to overcome life endeavors. MTJMe is all about creating hope for others, especially those who are unable to help themselves. MTJMe’s recent campaign, More Than Just Miles, Danger ran from Seattle, Wa. to Daytona Beach, Fla. (3,200 miles) in seven months to help raise awareness and funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. MTJMe’s current campaign, More Than Just...

  • THE COLDEST JOURNEY On 6th December,2013, the SA Agulhas set off from London on what was the start of the world’s first ever attempt to cross the Antarctic in winter. The 2000-mile journey across the continent has for many years been considered too perilous to try and the expedition’s five-man* “Ice Team” will have to overcome one of earth’s most hostile environments if they are to succeed, exposing themselves to temperatures dropping close to -90c and operating in near permanent darkness. A winter traverse of the Antarctic is widely regarded...

  •   In March 1938, while officiating the National Downhill ski race at Mount Mansfield in Stowe, Vt., Roger F. Langley, then president of the National Ski Association, had an industry-changing idea. Langley was impressed by the “super patrol” for the race that Charles Minot “Minnie” Dole had created from members of the Mt. Mansfield, Pittsfield, and Burlington patrols. While watching the race at Shambles Corners on the Nosedive trail, Langley asked Dole if he would organize a national patrol like the one in use at the race. Not one to...

  • The American Alpine Institute was founded in 1975 and since then has been dedicated to helping climbers raise their skills, protect the environments in which they climb, develop good judgment, and safely gain access to the great mountains of the world. Though the Institute is especially well known for its advanced training and expeditions, its international reputation is based on its dedication to teaching (at all skill levels from beginners’ to masters’ levels), its high level of customer service, the outstanding skills of its staff, and its public service in...

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  • ALE reaches Antarctic destinations others don’t. They provide the logistic support and safety backup needed for climbing groups to Vinson Massif and Antarctica’s highest peaks, expeditions to the South Pole and flights to Antarctica. A strong environmental ethic underlies ALE’s Antarctic operations.  ALE managers and staff have considerable experience and a strong involvement in Antarctica. We believe in safe and sustainable tourism where expeditions and clients leave Antarctica with a greater understanding and appreciation of its natural values. We encourage a culture of environmental awareness within ALE’s staff and contractors....