14 years ago five friends went to Greenland to retrieve a crashed Harvard AT-6 Texan. They split the plane apart on the Greenland ice cap and transported it to Denmark where they have been restoring it, bit by bit, every Wednesday night. Two of the members has since then taken flight certificates in order to be able to fly the plane, when they're done with the building phase. Unfortunately Otto Leth, the driving force behind the project, passed away last year, but the remaining group of friends continue with the restoration process. They expect to have at least 5 more years of work ahead of them before they can return the crashed plane to the skies.