CAHS Journal 55-2 (Summer 2017)
The Curious Case of Ernest Lloyd Janney and the Mysterious Disappearing Canadian Aviation Corps (Part 4)
Janney continues to get himself in trouble even when out of uniform and now on civvy street. In this instalment author Hugh Halliday tracks our unreluctant hero through a scheme or two involving surplus military aircraft and great (mis)adventure.
NASA’s Super-STOL Buffaloes: Part 1 – The Road to AWJSRA
A historical appreciation of the Canadian-content contributions made to NASA’s powered-lift research technology efforts in the 1960s and ‘70s. Part 1 is about the developments leading up to the Augmented Wing Jet STOL Research Aircraft. By Terry Higgins.
In Brief: Canadian Aircraft in South Vietnam
A collection of rare photographs from the personal albums of Norman Malaney and Richard Dumas populate this photo essay (which continues on the back cover), with notes on the history of some of the individual aircraft compiled by Terry Higgins.
The Highest Speed of the Avro Arrow: Reconciling Assorted Claims
Dr. David Waechter shines a new light on an old subject, drawing on the material found in papers belonging to his late father, Avro Engineering Aerodynamicist Ralph Waechter.
From the High Arctic to Vietnam: Reflections of Squadron Leader Harley Lang (Retired)
Based on personal interviews, veteran journalist Gord McNulty relays more than six decades of recollections from the widely varied career of a very experienced aviator.
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