Canadian Wings | The History & Heritage of the Royal Canadian Air Force

Welcome to my privately run, unofficial website designed to tell the history of the Royal Canadian Air Force. This site is not affiliated with, nor endorsed by, the Department of National Defence or the Air Force Association of Canada and as such we cannot provide, nor do we have access to, official information on behalf of the Canadian Forces. This includes personnel records and/or other personal information. It is maintained by myself during my (limited) spare time so please read the Terms of Use. I hope you enjoy the experience and visit again soon.

DID YOU KNOW?

Believe it or not..

428 All-Weather Fighter Squadron, which had reformed at RCAF Station Uplands, Ont. in 1954, was the unit chosen to be re-equipped with the new CF-105 Avro Arrow.

When the Arrow was cancelled, the squadron was stood-down and has never been reactivated. The squadron's badge depicted a death's head in a shroud and its motto was Usque Ad Finem or "To the Very End."

A short history of Canada's Air Force

History of the RCAFThe first Candian Air Force was formed in 1918, read more about the evolution of Canada's Air from the early days of aviation to the high tech air force of today.

CANADIAN AIR FORCE - ORDERS OF BATTLE

History of the RCAFOrders of Battle give a snapshot of the strength and disposition of the air force at selected points in history. The following should present the reader with a good representation of how Canada's Air Force has changed over the years.

Candian Forces Snowbirds

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Feature Museum Link

North Atlantic Aviation Museum

The North Atlantic Aviation Museum is an aviation museum located in the town of Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The association to establish the museum was formed in 1985 and the museum opened to the public in 1996.[1]

External Linkhttp://www.naam.ca/


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Feature Website Link

No. 6 (RCAF) Group

A site dedicated to the men and women who supported and serviced the 6 Group aircraft, and to the brave crews who flew the from their airfields in North Yorkshire, day after day and night. May their contribution never be forgotten. This site by Richard Koval was previously hosted on RCAF.com

External Linkhttp://www.6grouprcaf.com


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British Commonwealth Air Training Plan

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The Battle of Britain

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No. 6 (RCAF) Group

Looking for Richard Koval's site on the the RCAF's No. 6 Bomber Group, follow this link to his new site:

External Linkwww.6grouprcaf.com/

No. 439 Squadron (Unofficial) Hompage

Looking for Mike Melnick's page on No. 439 Squadron, follow this link to his new site:

External Link www.thisisme.ca/439squadron/