Cold Lake Air Force Museum - Museum Layout

Museum Layout

When one enters the museum, the visitor's book and the Kitshop is what one sees first. The Kitshop sells memorabilia from 4 Wing squadrons, and also some items from the Cold Lake Museums. The first floor of the Museum exhibits 4 Wing ground squadrons. The second floor exhibits, 4 Wing flying squadrons, Engines, a model of the Base and a few other exhibits that have to do with 4 Wing.

The following exhibits are displayed at the Cold Lake Air Force Museum:

  • 42 Radar Squadron
  • No. 4 Airfield Engineers
  • 1 Air Maintenance Squadron
  • 4 Air Defence Regiment
  • 4 Wing Hospital
  • CHCL - The old Base Radio Station
  • 4 Wing Fire Hall
  • 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron
  • 417 Combat Support Squadron
  • 416 Tactical Fighter Squadron
  • 441 Tactical Fighter Squadron
  • 410 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron
  • 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron
  • 10 Field Technician Training Squadron
  • Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment
  • CFB Baden-Soellingen
  • Equipment on display include: Orenda 9 (CF-100 Canuck engine), Rolls-Royce Nene 10(CT-133 Silver Star engine), 2 J-85 engines (one from a CT-114 Tutor, the other from a CF-5), a Pontiac M39 cannon (CF-5 gun).

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