Indian army men creates record, first time ever climb Mt Everest without oxygen cylinder
A team of four Indian Army personnel successfully climbed Mt Everest without using oxygen cylinders, becoming the first team to scale the world’s highest peak without supplementary oxygen, PTI reported.
“We had formed a team of 10 people with the aim to scale the Everest without using oxygen cylinder, and succeeded in sending four members to the top of the world without oxygen,” Col Vishal Dubey, leader of the Snow Lion Everest Expedition 2017, told PTI.
A team of 4 Indian Army men climbed #MtEverest without using oxygen cylinders, becoming first team to scale it without supplementary oxygen.
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