- Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.
Tags8 Wing air force batawa Batawa Ski Hill bay of quinte beach canada canadian forces CF cfb trenton clouds conservation cooking dnd education HDR history K-12 K12 lake ontario life military museum nature New Brunswick ontario Ottawa outdoors panorama panoramic Parks Canada photography prince edward county Quinte West railway monkey RCAF SAR time lapse Toronto tourism travel trenton trent severn video winter
Tag Archives: SAR
Scenes from the 2009 rededication ceremony marking the 60th Anniversary of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan Memorial Gates. In the early morning hours of 17 December 1939, the Agreement creating the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) was signed. … Continue reading
This SAR tech from 424 Search and Rescue Squadron at 8 Wing/CFB Trenton was ambushed by a tree – a vicious tree! I think that he looks like Ed Robertson of Ed’s Up and the Bare Naked Ladies? Lloyd Edward … Continue reading
The Canadair CP-107 As early as 1952 the RCAF issued requirements for a new long-range patrol Aircraft to replace the wartime Lancaster. By 1958, less than three years from contract start, the first Argus was airborne and on 1 May … Continue reading
A wet day as a CC-130 Hercules and a CH-146 Griffon helicopter from 424 (Tiger) Squadron wait to be called out to perform search and rescue tasks.
I heard and saw this Dash 8 flying patterns and being me, I had to check out what it was all about. It’s a Nav Canada Flight Operations (NCFO) Flight Inspection De Havilland Canada DHC-8-102 Dash 8. According to Nav … Continue reading
One of the Golden Hawk Sabres – to my mind it looks magnificent at night. Initially a six-plane team was envisioned as performing for only one year with the Canadair Sabre, but the Golden Hawks were so popular after their … Continue reading
A Royal Canadian Air Force CC-150 Polaris (Airbus A-310 passes over the Bay of Quinte on final approach to 8 Wing/CFB Trenton. Underneath the line of approach you can clearly see the landing gear and flaps down – as the … Continue reading
I had previously written about T-33 jets, one that crashed on take off and another that was being restored at the National Air Force Museum Of Canada. Here’s the restored jet that is once again outside. The T-Bird began service … Continue reading
This one is being reassembled and restored – If I get a chance I’ll take a large image set of this beautiful airplane so those who enjoy beautiful airplanes can enjoy it…