Aircraft Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)

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Canadian The Canadair was the Canadair licensed-built version of the American Northrop Freedom Fighter. Note the moose on the tailfin. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Airplane Drone, Freedom Fighters, Jet Plane, Aviation Art, War Machine

Canadian F-5. The Canadair CF-5 was the Canadair licensed-built version of the American Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter aircraft primarily for the Canadian Forces and the Royal Netherlands Air Force. The CF-5 was upgraded periodically throughout its service career in Canada. The Canadian Forces retired the type in 1995, although CF-5s continued to be used by other countries into the early 21st century.

Vintage Aircrafts Avro Anson Mk I Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Airplane Fighter, Ww2 Fighter Planes, Fixed Wing Aircraft, Flying Vehicles, Ww2 Planes

18/06/2012 Anson Action!

Avro Anson Mk I, MH120, ZK-RRA carried out two successful post restoration flights from Nelson Airport, New Zealand on 18th July.

The Red Knight was one of Canada's early aerobatic aircraft, a forerunner to the Canadian Forces Snowbirds that performed for hundreds of audiences during the and Diecast Aircraft Forum Photo Jet Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Luftwaffe, Sabre Jet, Fixed Wing Aircraft, Red Knight, Canadian Army

Return of the Red Knight - Skies Mag

Jet Aircraft Museum in London, Ont., is trying to revive the story of one of Canada’s early aerobatic aircraft.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vbs of No. 417 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, flying in loose formation over the Tunisian desert on a bomber escort operation, April 1943 Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Aircraft, Aircraft Carrier, Spitfire Supermarine, Ww2 Spitfire, South African Air Force, The Spitfires

Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vbs of No. 417 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, flying in loose formation over the Tunisian desert on a bomber escort operation, April 1943.

This is an image from the Imperial War Museum Collection. THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE IN TUNISIA, APRIL 1943© IWM (TR 865) Original photo link here - www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205188527 Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vbs of No. 417 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, flying in loose formation over the Tunisian desert on a bomber escort operation, April 1943.

Canada accepted delivery of the first six of 28 Cyclone maritime helicopters on June at Royal Canadian Air Force base Shearwater at Halifax, Nova Scotia—almost seven years later than scheduled when the contract was awarded in November Init Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, Canadian Army, Navy Aircraft, The Ch, Canada, Convertible, Military Equipment, War Machine

Le Canada accepte le Sikorsky CH-148 « Cyclone »!

C’est fait, l'Aviation Royale du Canada (RCAF) a accepté officiellement la livraison de ses premiers six Sikorsky CH-148...