by John Michaelson
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 276
In 1969 Lt. Michael Robinson was assigned to Saglek Air Force Station, an arctic outpost perched 1800 feet above the brutal waters of the North Atlantic. Subjected to extraordinarily severe and extreme conditions he began a personal journey of revelation, discovery and fulfillment during the final year before Saglek was finally deactivated and closed. Based on a true story.
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