A fisheye view of the CP-140A Arcturus at the Greenwood Military Air Museum
CH-113 Labrador at the Greenwood Military Air Museum
A look at the three aircraft that are on display outdoors in the Shearwater Aviation Museum Air Park A RCN operated Grumman Avenger Sikorsky CH-124 Sea King Lockheed CT-133 Silver Star
FPS-27 Radar tower Canadian Forces Station Barrington, also referred to as CFS Barrington, was a Canadian Forces Station located at Baccaro Point near the southwestern-most point of Nova Scotia. Construction of a Pinetree Line of Ground-Control Intercept (GCI) radar site … Continue reading
An RCAF CH-149 Cormorant hovering over CFB Comox
An RCAF CC-115 Buffalo Search and Rescue aircraft flying over Kye Bay, Vancouver Island
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This goes back to July 2013, when I just happened to be at the Bomarc Site in North Bay. In the fall of 1958 Prime Minister John Diefenbaker’s Conservative government announced an agreement with the US to deploy two squadrons … Continue reading
‘Poised for Flight’ I left the bench in this shot of the Arcturus (CP140A) at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum, as the bench is a place for people to sit, reflect, remember, or have a bite to eat.
Snow and clouds framing the Douglas Dakota Mk IV, C-47B-30-DK Skytrain at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum.
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CH-133A Labrador in the Air Park at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum
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