In May of 2012 another group was organized totaling 15 people. A great deal of important material was found. By far the most important was the I-beam. It is 2 inches across at the flanges and 13 1/4 inch long. Rather crude flanged holes at each ened indicate it may have been a repair. Bottom skin, honeycomb, and I-beam might have been scraped off a craft on the first skip down.
Below the I-beam is another piece of honeycomb. This one had some skin attached, believed to be just inside the interior. Some excitement occurred when a faint triangle, circle and other markings were found near the right end of beam. Metallurgical composition primarily aluminum with high silicon, manganese, copper, and iron.