McDonnell Douglas CF-188A Hornet (CF-18A), Canadian Air Force by David F. Brown

Royal Canadian Air Force McDonnell-Douglas Hornet in "Century of Canadian Flight" livery

The McDonnell F-101 Voodoo was a supersonic jet fighter which served the United States Air Force and the Royal Canadian Air Force. Wikipedia Wingspan: 40' (12 m) Length: 67' (21 m) First flight: September 29, 1954 Introduced: May 1957 Retired: 1966 Engine type: Pratt & Whitney J57 Manufacturer: McDonnell Aircraft

The McDonnell Voodoo was a supersonic jet fighter which served the United…

The 2014 90th Anniversary Hornet Demo bird, with Manik Runge at the controls, will execute a full heart-pounding, thunder-making, vapour streaming demonstration for members and the general public. Photo: RCAF

The 2014 Anniversary Hornet Demo bird, with Manik Runge at the controls, will execute a full heart-pounding, thunder-making, vapour streaming demonstration for members and the general public.

CT-155 Hawk. The CT-155 Hawk was selected for the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program because of its similarities to frontline fighter aircraft. Student pilots graduate from the CT-156 Harvard II to this highly advanced jet trainer.

The Hawk was selected for the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program because of its similarities to frontline fighter aircraft. Student pilots graduate from the Harvard II to this highly advanced jet trainer.

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Royal Canadian Air Force Hornet in 20 years of Canadian Hornet operations colours.

McDonnell Douglas CF-101 Voodoo - Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), Canada

McDonnell Douglas CF-101 Voodoo - Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), Canada

CF-18 Hornet in demo colours cir. 2000

Royal Canadian Air Force Hornet in 20 years of Canadian Hornet operations colours.

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CF-101 Voodoo in standard RCAF colours.

A McDonnell Voodoo (s/n from 409 "Nighthawk" Squadron, CFB Comox, on the ramp at Canadian Forces Base Moose Jaw in the spring of

One of a series of well-known RCAF publicity photos from a Harmon AFB deployment, October 410 Squadron Mk. 5 and FIS (DND photo)

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