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Canadair North Star - Operational History - RCAF Service
... The RCAF North Stars were unpressurized and were used on a wide variety of general transport duties ... The only C-5 was delivered to the RCAF in 1950, entering service with No. 412 Transport Squadron RCAF in Uplands, Ottawa, specially outfitted for the transportation of VIP passengers ...
CFB Chatham - Squadrons
113 (Bomber-Reconnaissance) Squadron - Lockheed Hudson 1943 No. 119 (Bomber-Reconnaissance) Squadron - Lockheed Hudson 1941-1942 No. 421 Squadron RCAF late 1950-1960s Golden Hawks - Canadair Sabres 1962-1984 No ...
Supermarine Spitfire Operational History - D-day To VE Day - September 1944 To May 1945
... Griffon-engined Mk XIV units 41, 350 and 610 Squadrons were transferred from the ADGB to 2 TAF and began operating from RAF Lympne ... At about the same time 322(Dutch) Squadron, which had been equipped with the Mk XIV, reverted to Spitfire IXs. 402 Squadron RCAF, also equipped with Mk XIVs, flew to airfield B.82, Grave ...
RAF Middleton St. George - Units and Aircraft
33 Squadron RAF 1958–1962 Gloster Javelin FAW.7 and FAW.9 from 1960 Twin-engined jet fighter/interceptor No. 76 Squadron RAF 1941–1942 Handley Page Halifax Mks.I and II Four-engined piston heavy bomber No. 78 Squadron RAF 1941 Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.V Twin-engined medium bomber 1942 Handley Page Halifax Mk.II Four-engined piston heavy bomber No ...
No. 164 Squadron RCAF
164 Squadron was a transportation squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force that formed at Moncton, New Brunswick in January 1943 ... Squadron detachments operated out of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Rivers, Manitoba, Edmonton, Alberta and Winnipeg, Manitoba ... Following World War II the squadron was split up with the detachment at Dartmouth becoming No ...

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