30–36, March 1996.Return to text; Several prominent ‘old-earth Christians’ have challenged the Bible’s account of a recent creation on the basis of such ice-core dating. Please try again. Additionally, Epps and the GES team’s expedition have been documented in numerous periodicals such as Smithsonian’s Air & Space and LIFE magazine. (See photo of downed P-38 from the \"Lost Squadron.\") Miraculously, none of the crew was lost, and they were all rescued and returned safely h… The vintage plane world is all agog about this resurrection, and this documentation verily meets every demand for every detail of the expeditions that located and dug out the Lightning fighter. Slight bump at top of spine, very light wrinkling at bottom of spine. The Lost Squadron: A Fleet of Warplanes Locked in Ice for Fifty Years. Excellent story but hard to believe that this group of people persevered for so many years to find those planes. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2015, It is absolutely amazing to see the lenghts that dedicated people will go to for history. The ice core projects are just one example that His creation is very, very old. They should not be forgotten. Please try again. The PBM air… Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 26, 2016, its an old story now, i had never heard of it, i found it extremely interesting, Great service and a wonderful book for my husband, Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 17, 2018. Beautifully bound and presented with many colour photo's, paintings and diagrams. From a secret US Army air base in Greenland, six P–38 Lightning fighter planes and two gigantic B–17 Flying Fortress bombers rose into the early dawn. On a jaunt to the far north in 1980, two pilots from Atlanta, Georgia, heard the story and decided to look for the lost planes. Well written. BUT the layers must have formed in 50 years ( either that or Neanderthals made WW2 aeroplanes !) Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Pictures galore, including insouciant snapshots of their mishap taken in 1942 by the original pilots (all were safely rescued), accent the winding chronicle of discovery and recovery. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. Please try again. The Lost Squadron Hardcover – Import, January 1, 1994 by David Hayes (Author) › Visit Amazon's David Hayes Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Something went wrong. more of a coffee table book with a good story. It arrived quickly and in excellent condition. "The Lost Squadron" celebrates the spirit of adventure and the perseverance of the members of the Greenland Expedition as, equipped with little more than enthusiasm and dogged determination, they bring one of the P-38s of the lost squadron home to fly the skies once again.