Inmarsat Supports 65 Degrees North Team in Crossing of Greenland’s Ice Cap

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Peter Bowker is attempting to make the world's first unsupported crossing of the Greenland ice cap as an amputee. In May 2015 former soldier Peter Bowker, who lost a leg while serving in Afghanistan, will set out with four companions to ski nearly 600 km (373 miles) across the Greenland ice cap. His attempt at the world’s first unsupported crossing of the vast ice sheet by an amputee will rely on Inmarsat satcoms for medical and emergency back-up and to share the adventure in real time with the media and supporters. Read Full Story Here... Check out our website for more information about the iSatPhone Pro and BGAN Satellite

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