Australian wounded soldiers return from the South Pole

By Carolyn Barry 10 February 2014
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Two brave but understated Australians talk about their South Pole trek.

Corporal Seamus Donaghue, who was shot in the leg, and Private Heath Jamieson, who was shot in the neck, joined England’s Prince Harry and 10 other wounded men and women from the UK, USA and Canada on a 200km trek to the South Pole in 2013 as part of a program to help rehabilitate wounded ex-service men and women.

Read the full story by Adventurer Eric Philips, who was on the expedition, in the March-April edition of Australian Geographic.