CAHS Journal 48-3 (Fall 2010)
Meeting the Challenge: The 19th Carrier Air Group on the RCN’s 1949 Spring Cruise.
A detailed account of the first time HMCS Magnificent went to sea with Sea Furies embarked. By Michael Whitby
The Battle for a CPAL Transcontinental Air Route
Another of Bill Cameron’s behind the scenes accounts on the maturing of Canadian commercial aviation from a CPAL employee’s perspective.
The Curtiss HS-2L And the Beginnings of a National Air Force
Part 1 introduces the type and chronicles events and operations up to the end of 1924. Excerpted from a new book By John Griffin and Tony Stachiw.
Navy Tiger Moths
The Naval career of a handful of DH-82C Tiger Moths. Leo Pettipas tells the story.
The Canadian Aviation Artists Association
Layne Larson provides an overview of the association’s history and concludes with some insight on the nature of volunteer orginisations.
Dan Reynolds: A Legend in Dawson City’s Aviation History Looks to the Future.
A little Canadian aviation history still in the making. By Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail.
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