Canadian fighter pilots in Hawker "Typhoon» Mk.IB on airfield

Canadian fighter pilot in Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB on airfield showing off his aircraft to two Canadian soldiers.

B-24 Liberator

flown from the UK to the Canadian Air Force Museum, Formerly “M” of the Indian Air Force, built by the Ford Motor Company’s plant at Willow Run, Michigan. It was allocated to the RAF under the Lend-Lease programme, and assumed the RAF serial KN

James F. "Stocky" "Eddie" Edwards - World War II Fighter and Bomber Ace

Canadian James F. "Stocky" "Eddie" Edwards - World War II Fighter & Bomber Ace went on to serve until 1970 95 yrs old.

Hawker Typhoon 440 Sqn RCAF Mishap. A Dakota touches down in the background Winter 1944

Unintended work of art - A Douglas Dakota of RAF Transport Command lands at snow-covered Holland, as ground crew inspect Hawker Typhoon Mark IB, of No. 440 Squadron RCAF, which suffered a collapsed undercarriage on landing after a sortie.

The Canadian Harvard Formation Team, based at Tillsonburg, Ontario, maintain and operate North American Harvard aircraft that were used by the RCAF during and after World War Two to train pilots.

The Canadian Harvard Formation Team, based at Tillsonburg, Ontario, maintain and operate North American Harvard aircraft that were used by the RCAF during and after World War Two to train pilots.

An amazing photograph of an RCAF De Havilland Mosquito slipping under the Eiffel tower's skirt. The pilot has been credited to either the 409th or 410th squadron.

In September pilot Robert Fullerton of the Royal Canadian Air Force, flew his Mosquito aircraft under the Eiffel Tower. Lt Colonel Robert Fullerton passed away this recent February at North Bay, Ontario.

A RCAF pilot and navigator photographed in front of a Mosquito, 1944

A RCAF pilot and navigator photographed in front of a Mosquito, 1944

Canadian Hurricane

Canadian Hurricane

Snow Bird by AEisnor This Avro Lancaster is on display at the Greenwood Aviation Museum, Greenwood, Nova Scotia. It is painted in Maritime Patrol colours and is the only surviving RCAF Lancaster to receive battle damage in WWII.

Snow Bird by AEisnor This Avro Lancaster is on display at the Greenwood Aviation Museum, Greenwood, Nova Scotia. It is painted in Maritime Patrol colours and is the only surviving RCAF Lancaster to receive battle damage in WWII.

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