A few days ago I put up a video of a Boeing 737 being pushed around by the wind at an icy Siberian airfield. In a comment to that post, Chuck Pergiel linked to this video of Russian Ilyushin Il-76 transports on an ice runway in the Antarctic. The slipping and sliding starts at about the 5-minute mark. (Apologies to Paul Simon for the title of the post!)
It's impressive to see a couple of hundred tons of fully-loaded aircraft sliding around like that! It must have been an 'interesting' assignment for the flight crews involved. I noted with interest that during one landing, initially all four engines were put into reverse thrust; but within a few seconds, the inside engines' thrust reversers were shut off, and only the outer engines' reversers used to slow the aircraft. I wonder if that produced less sliding?