CAHS Journal 54-4 (Winter 2016)
Historical Snapshot: From Spear into Pruning Hook – RCAF Canso A 11090 and ODAS Canso CF-OBK
A short primer on the Consolidated Model 28-5s built for the RCAF and one of the
many that was converted to civilian use postwar. By Terry Higgins, with Jack Stiff
In Brief: Fokker Super Universal CF-AAM Redux
Based on an excerpt from Yukon author Donna Clayson’s Moccasin Telegraph story,
this article pays homage to an important Canadian bushplane type. Includes a table
of Historical Timeline notes compiled by Terry Judge.
Historical Snapshot: Air Ambulance – A Saskatchewan First
A very brief piece on a provincial government organization’s pioneering use of
Norsemans in post World War Two Canada. By Terry Higgins.
M&C Aviation, Saskair, and Norcanair (Part 2) – from Saskair to Norcanair
The concluding part of Regina writer Will Chabun’s chronicle of Saskatchewan’s longlived
The Curious Case of Ernest Lloyd Janney and the Mysterious Disappearing Canadian Aviation Corps (Part 2)
In this second instalment, Hugh Halliday picks up the UK side of the story and details
the careers of the three central Canadian Aviation Corps figures.
Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame – Celebrating Canadian Aviation
CAHF Historian John Chalmers introduces the CAHF 2016 inductees and provides a
succinct biography of each.
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