Getting stuck. Getting out. IEM5010 Summer 2003 Paul E. Rossler, Ph.D., P.E. Websites www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/shackleton/ www.antarcticconnection.com/antarctic/ history/index.shtml http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/shackleton/surviving/quest.html Fortitudine Vincimus - "by endurance we conquer."
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Getting stuck. Getting out.
IEM5010 Summer 2003
Paul E. Rossler, Ph.D., P.E.
MEN WANTED: FOR HAZARDOUS JOURNEY. SMALL WAGES, BITTER COLD, LONG MONTHS OF COMPLETE DARKNESS, CONSTANT DANGER, SAFE RETURN DOUBTFUL. HONOUR AND RECOGNITION IN CASE OF SUCCESS.
SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
Second-in-Command - Frank Wild
Captain - Frank Worsley
Second Officer -Thomas Crean
Official Photographer - James Francis Hurley
Motor Expert and Storekeeper -Thomas Orde-Lees
Carpenter -Henry McNish
Able Seaman - John Vincent
Stowaway (later steward) -Perce Blackborow
James Caird, Stancomb Wills (smallest, least seaworthy), Dudley Docker
* Worsely, Crean, McNish, McCarthy, and Vincent