CAHS Journal 54-2 (Summer 2016)
The RCAF’s UK-Built Hurricane Mk.Is. Part 3: The First Nine Months of War
The Second World War is no longer just a threat as Canada’s lone fighter squadron possessed of modern aircraft is mustered for battle. By Carl Vincent.
Keep Them Flying: The C-119 Flying Boxcar, its Replacement and the Development of the RCAF’s Air Transport Capability (Part 2)
Dr. Richard Mayne concludes his incisive analysis of the Second World War RCAF’s quest for an air transport capability tailored to Canadian requirements – both policy and hardware decisions are examined.
Flying Boxcar: Canada’s One & Only Junkers Ju 52 Commercial Freighter
Author Jack Stiff presents an overview of Junkers Ju 52 CF-ARM’s decade of service with Canadian Airways Limited and Canadian Pacific Airlines Limited. A detailed airframe history timeline table accompanies the article, courtesy of Terry Judge.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus: Addendum I – The Civilian CL-41s
This is the first of a short series of three addenda that will conclude Bill Upton’s exhaustive coverage of this iconic Canadian aircraft.
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