The RCAF’s UK-Built Hurricane Mk.Is
The RCAF’s UK-Built Hurricane Mk.Is. Part 1: The Acquisition Story
Author and researcher Carl Vincent traces the documentary history of the first hurricanes to serve in the RCAF – the early Mk.Is built in the United Kingdom and imported into Canada prior to the advent of Canadian Car & Foundry’s production of the type.
The RCAF’s UK-Built Hurricane Mk.Is Part 2: Into Service with No.1 (Fighter) Squadron
Carl Vincent resumes his account of the UK-built Hurricanes in RCAF service.
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.
The RCAF’s UK-Built Hurricane Mk. Is. Part 4: The RCAF Hurricane is Overseas
The RCAF’s earliest Hurricanes cross the Atlantic for a second time, now as the equipment of No. 1 (Fighter) Squadron, in the concluding instalment of Carl Vincent’s detailed account.
A 4-part series of articles By Carl Vincent.