CAHS Journal 56-4 (Winter 2018)
134: Canadair CL-84 – A Canadian Design Odyssey Part 4A: An Overview of Operational Concepts, Prototype PFRT and Early Flight Testing
The milieu of operational concepts within which the CL-84 was being developed is
reviewed against the backdrop of prototype CF-VTO-X being cleared for flight testing. By
148: Wooden Wings Over the Wilderness 4: G-CAJD – The Charron Lake Ghost
The extended story of one of the twelve Fokker Universals owned and operated by James
T. Richardson’s early aviation enterprises. By Clark Seaborn.
154: The City of Saskatoon's Lynxmen: An Anecdotal History of No 406 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF – March 1947 to February 1964
Saskatchewan-based researcher and writer Will Chabun presents the story of one of the
postwar auxiliaries with an informative blend of the official and the anecdotal.
164: Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame 2018 Inductees
CAHF Historian John Chalmers summarizes the history of each of the Hall of Fame’s 2018