Following Canada's contributions to the First World War, in 1919 as part of an Imperial gift, 114 aircraft were donated to Canada. These aircraft, along with 12 airships and a vast quantity of other material including hangars and vehicles, which were also included in the gift, were to form the nucleus of Canada's new home-based air force.
The Canadian Air Force was authorized on 18 February, 1920 and was to be a non-permanent organization with former officers and men of the RAF and the CAF in England being invited to serve for up to five weeks a year with operations ...
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Visit the newest edition to the site, the Aircraft Serials Database. The database contains over 1000 pages and close 20,000 serial numbers. I could never come up with pictures and information for even a fraction of the aircraft. This is where I am looking for help. If you have log book entries or photographs of Canadian Air Force aircraft please use the form on the Aircraft Serials page and send us whatever information you may have about individual aircraft, this information will then be incorporated into the database for others to benefit from.
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