This Ebook Is A Poetry Collection About The Experiences Of Living And Working In The Polar Environment The Author Was An Aviator For Many Years In The Polar Regions Flying For The US Air Force And Resupplying The US Scientific Research Stations On A Routine Basis The Flying Was Anything But Routine, And He Brings Those Surreal Landscapes And Flying Phenomenon To The Reader Through His Keen Sensitivity To The Human Condition, Ever Having To Adapt To What The Polar Regions Present To The Polar Operator.Serving The US Scientific Interests Abroad At The Poles Is The Sole Facet Of Why The US Air Force, Air National Guard, US Coast Guard, And US Navy Combine To Churn Out The Successful Mission Year In And Year Out It Is Fraught With Danger, Beauty, The Unusual, And The Ever Present Foe Of The Elements Extreme Cold And Wilderness Combine To Confront The Aviator And Seamen With Sometimes Uncompromising Force The Poles Are A Region Where Nature Is Dominant, But It Also Gives Scientists The Earliest Clues Of Global Warming And Environmental Decay The Poet Captures All This And In His Portrayal Of The Places Where Most Of Humanity Will Never See, Nor Be Able To Appreciate The Pristine Beauty And Cooling Mechanism Of The Planet Resident At The Icecaps That We Are Losing As A Result Of Global Warming.
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- The Last White Ruby
- Ronnie Smith
- 13 May 2017 Ronnie Smith