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111 colour prints 92/225 TCS01341
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Flying training operations of the Royal Flying Corps Canada/Royal Air Force Canada in Canada and the United States, 1917-1918. The following units are documented: School of Aerial Fighting, Beamsville, Ont.; Camp Benbrook, Fort Worth, Texas; Camp Borden, Ont.; Camp Mohawk, Deseronto, Ont.; Hamilton, Ont.; Leaside, Ont.; Long Branch, Ont.; No. 4 School of Military Aeronautics, Toronto, Ont..
Civil government air operations, air stations, equipment and personnel of the Canadian Air Board and the Royal Canadian Air Force, as well as aerial views of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories taken by the Canadian Air Board and the Royal Canadian Air Force, ca. 1920-1940. The following air stations are documented: High River, Alta.; Jericho Beach, Vancouver, B.C.; Rockcliffe, Ont.; Victoria Beach, Man..
Operational activity, bases, equipment and personnel of the Hudson Straits Expedition, 1927-1928.
Activities of the Royal Canadian Air Force during the visit to Canada of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, May 1939.
Operational activity, bases, equipment and personnel of units and formations of the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Air Force in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe, ca. 1925-1965. The following RCAF units and formations are documented: No. 1 Air Division; No. 1 Air Radio Officer School, Clinton; Nos. 1 to 8 Convalescent Hospitals; No. 1 Instrument Flying School; No. 1 Photographic Detachment; No. 1 Service Flying Training School, Camp Borden; No. 1 Squadron; No. 1 Supply Depot, Downsview; No. 1 Technical Training School, Aylmer; No. 2 Composite Training School, Aylmer; No. 2 Fighter Wing, Gros Tenquin; No. 2 Squadron; No. 2 TTS, Camp Borden; No. 3 Elementary Flying Training School, London; No. 3 Field Technical Training Unit; No. 3 Fighter Wing, Zweibrucken; No. 3 Squadron; No. 4 Air Observer School, London; No. 4 Fighter Wing, Baden Soellingen; No. 4 Wireless School, Burtch; No. 5 Air Division; No. 5 SFTS, Brantford; No. 5 Supply Depot, Moncton; No. 6 Repair Depot, Trenton; No. 8 Squadron; No. 9 SFTS, Centralia; No. 10 AOS, Chatham; No. 10 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mount Pleasant; No. 13 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron, St. Sylvestre; No. 13 Explosives Depot, Camp Borden; No. 14 SFTS, Aylmer; No. 20 EFTS, Oshawa; No. 30 Radio Unit, Cape Bauld; No. 31 SFTS, Kingston; Nos. 110, 112, 162, 402, 404, 406, 408, 414, 419, 420, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 431, 432, 433, 434, 445, 446 and 447 Squadrons; RCAF Air Weapons Unit, Decimomannu; RCAF Central Flying School, Trenton and Winnipeg; RCAF Directorate of Aeronautical Inspection, Ottawa; RCAF Reserve Tradesman Training Programme, Saskatoon; RCAF School of Army Cooperation, Camp Borden; RCAF Stations Bagotville, Camp Borden, Centralia, La Macaza, Leeming, MacDonald, Moose Jaw, North Bay, Rockcliffe, Saskatoon, Trenton, Uplands; RCAF Technical Branch; RCAF Women's Division. The following RAF units and formations are documented: No. 6 (RCAF) Bomber Group; No. 60 Group; No. 143 Wing; Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead; RAF School of Army Cooperation, Old Sarum.
Target photographs taken by individual aircraft of squadrons of No. 6 (RCAF) Bomber Group during bombing and minelaying missions in Northwest Europe, 1943-1945.
Aerial photographs of bomb damage to targets in Scandinavia, Northwest Europe, Italy, the Balkans, and Southeast Asia, 1944-1945.
Photos documenting Allied air attacks on German installations in Denmark and Norway, taken by members of the Danish and Norwegian underground movements, 1940-1945.
Operational activity (including participation in the Korean Conflict and participation in the Coronation Naval Review), as well as equipment and personnel of ships and units of the Royal Canadian Navy, 1950-1953 and 1962-1963. The following ships and units are documented: HMC Ships Athabaskan (II), Haida, Huron, Iroquois, Magnificent, Nootka, Ontario, and Quebec; University Naval Training Division, HMCS Prevost, London, Ont..
Operational activity, equipment, bases and personnel of the Royal Canadian Engineers Works Section, 4th Canadian Infantry Brigade Group, Soest, Hemer and Werl, West Germany, 1954.
Operational activity, equipment, bases and stations, and personnel of units and formations of the Canadian Forces, ca. 1965-1993. The following units, bases and stations are documented: 1 Canadian Forces Flying Training School, Gimli and Cold Lake; 2 Aircraft Field Maintenance Squadron; 14 Training Group, Winnipeg; 422 Tactical Helicopter Squadron; Canadian Forces Base Chibougamau; CFB Cold Lake; CFB Gimli; Canadian Forces Flying Training Standards Unit, Winnipeg; Canadian Forces Staff School, Toronto; Canadian Forces Station Beausejour; CFS Falconbridge; CFS Lac St. Denis; Canadian Forces Support Unit, Colorado Springs.
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