The principal expression of U.S. Presence in Antarctica is through science. Hence, the United States Antarctic Program (USAP) is run by the National Science Foundation. In the austral summer of 1994-1995 (October-February), the Program supported approximately 120 science projects involving 640 scientists and technicians. This paper highlights some of the recent accomplishments at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station and discusses the need and prospects for a new station there. It also discusses some successes in the USAP waste management program.