CF-100 Mk4

Avro Canada Canuck jets in flight (Date and location unknown)

Tiger Meet

Tiger Meet - tiger stripe pattern - 2003 Tiger Meet of the Americas - 410 Squadron COUGARS

Royal Canadian Air Force McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) CF-18 Hornets from 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Cold Lake,Alberta & Russian Sukhoi Su-27s from Anadyr,Russia practice procedures to transfer a simulated hijacked plane from Russian to American airspace during North American Aerospace Defense Command Exercise VIGILANT EAGLE 13 on August 28,2013.

Mcdonnell Douglas F/A 18 Growler Super Hornet

Three factory-fresh bare metal F-86 RCAF Sabres in close formation.[700672]

Three factory-fresh bare metal Canadair Sabres close up formation for the photographer – naked except for their new RCAF classic roundels and a Type C fin flash.

fcba:  Canadian CF-100 Canuck fighters in flight over France in 1962. (Canadian DND)

Very nice view air / air of two Avro Canada Canuck from 423 Squadron based at Grostenquin for all weather interception.

Royal Canadian Air Force McDonnell Douglas CF-18 Hornet fighter aircraft from 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Cold Lake, Alberta refuel in the air during Exercise VIGILANT EAGLE 13 on August 28, 2013. Photo: Cpl Vicky Lefrancois, DAirPA

Royal Canadian Air Force McDonnell Douglas Hornet fighter aircraft from 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Cold Lake, Alberta refuel in the air during Exercise VIGILANT EAGLE 13 on August Photo: Cpl Vicky Lefrancois, DAirPA

fcba: “Canadian CL-13 Sabres in France, 1957. (Canadian DND) ”

Sabres of 421 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Force at RCAF Station Grostenquin, France.

A Royal Canadian Air Force CF-188 Hornet refuels from a CC-150 Polaris over Iraq during Operation IMPACT on November 7, 2015. Photo: OP IMPACT

A Royal Canadian Air Force Hornet refuels from a Polaris over Iraq during Operation IMPACT on November 7 2015

F-104s of the RCAF

Licensed with recon pods, which I’d never actually seen before. The had a similar accident rate to the US version and stayed in service long enough to get the unenviable nickname of ‘Lawn Dart.

A Royal Canadian Air Force McDonnell Douglas CF-18 Hornet flies in the Alaskan airspace during Exercise VIGILANT EAGLE on August 28, 2013.

Canada forces missed targets in Iraq 17 times, no reasons or timeline given – report

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