World in Peril: The Origin, Mission & Scientific Findings of the 46th/72nd Reconnaissance Squadron
For Sale. RARE and highly desirable copy of "The World" in Peril" by Ken White . Second Edition Revised.
Features Ernest Shackleton like survival stories, hurdles faced in establishing the Arctic Strategic Air Command, and the warnings of Earth Cataclysm cycles.
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Volunteer work at the Mars Desert Research Station