Canada Celebrates Battle Of Britain With This Stunning CF-18 Hornet
The Canadian Air Force Hornet Demo Team will be flying this beautiful CF-18 at its shows this year, painted to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle Of Britain. Over 100 Canadian pilots are estimated to have flown at the controls of Spitfires and Hurricanes in the battle, with 23 paying the ultimate sacrifice.
CF-101 Voodoo - This supersonic interceptor aircraft was operated by the RCAF from 1961 to 1984. They were manufactured by the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation of St. Louis. In its day, it was considered a formidable aircraft. The twin-engine, two-place Voodoo's high speed, extreme combat radius, exceptional climb performance and ability to operate at great heights gave it unusual striking power. It was first introduced as F-101 in 1954. There were 132 CF-101s built for the RCAF.
Aviation Photo #0217453: Lockheed (Canadair) CF-104(R) Starfighter (CL-90) - Canada - Air Force
CF104 of the 439 Sqn, carrying a Vicom photo-recon. pod, landing at CFB Lahr, Germany. - Photo taken at Lahr (LHA / EDTL) in Germany in Early 1970's.