Photo taken on Geosource seismic camp 6126, acquiring data for Chevron. The river is the Nile, but it’s the White Nile, in the vicinity of Adok. Viking pilots (third from right) are Dean Bass & Tom Johnson (second from right). October 1982

Photo taken on Geosource seismic camp 6126, acquiring data for Chevron. The river is the Nile, but it’s the White Nile, in the vicinity of Adok. Viking pilots (third from right) are Dean Bass & Tom Johnson (second from right). October 1982

Photo taken on Geosource seismic camp 6126, acquiring data for Chevron. The river is the Nile, but it’s the White Nile, in the vicinity of Adok. Viking pilots (third from right) are Dean Bass & Tom Johnson (second from right). October 1982

Photo taken on Geosource seismic camp 6126, acquiring data for Chevron. The river is the Nile, but it’s the White Nile, in the vicinity of Adok. Viking pilots (third from right) are Dean Bass & Tom Johnson (second from right). October 1982

5 thoughts on “Photo taken on Geosource seismic camp 6126, acquiring data for Chevron. The river is the Nile, but it’s the White Nile, in the vicinity of Adok. Viking pilots (third from right) are Dean Bass & Tom Johnson (second from right). October 1982

  1. alan ivory

    I worked on that crew we had 2 Hughes 500, 2 Aerospecial lamas a, 220 and were flown to Adok in a Boeing Vertol/twin otter

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  2. David Sterry

    Photo taken on Geosource seismic camp 6126, acquiring data for Chevron. The river is the Nile, but it’s the White Nile, in the vicinity of Adok. Viking pilots (third from right) are Dean Bass & mTom Johnson (second from right).

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