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7 allies sign onto polar research project | C4ISRNET

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To better understand the Earth’s changing polar environments, the U.S. Defense Department, together with its counterparts from six allied nations, have signed a new agreement known as the International Cooperative Engagement Program for Polar Research (ICE-PPR). ICE-PPR is composed of seven nations, including the US, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and New Zealand. Per the agreement the group is set to cooperate on basic research projects and solve the “biggest challenges of safely operating in the extreme polar environment.”

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