CAHS Journal 53-2 (Summer 2015)
Historical Snapshot: After the Arrow: A Trip Down Memory Lane
S. Bernard Shaw takes us on a brief tour of the more quietly busy side of the Canadian aerospace industry in the wake of the Avro Arrow cancellation.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus. Part 4b: CL-41A / CT-114 Tutor
This installment continues the coverage of the Tutor’s career in Canadian military service, focussed on RCAF / CAF modification programmes and on the type’s use in specialist units. By Bill Upton.
The Last of the Buffalo Beaux: No. 404 Squadron’s Final Combat Operation on Beaufighters in the Second World War
Documenting a combat mission flown by all four squadrons of the Dallachy Strike Wing, Coastal Command, on 24 March 1945. This is a new interpretation of how the mission itself progressed and also includes an account of the low-level recce activity that preceded it. By Terry Higgins
Owen – Greene Aerial Timber Survey: Labrador, 1919. A Sham Bankrolled by a Ponzi Scheme?
Alastair Reeves’ entertaining telling of a century-old tale of monumental pioneer effort in the forestry survey. Or was it? An analysis is also included.
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