It’s just after lunch on a cold, dreary Wednesday in Eastern Ontario, Canada. A pristine lake with mist settled above the waters … Continue reading Tactical Airlift Ops, Canadian Style: TACAIRNET Flies with 436 Squadron of the RCAF
The Royal Canadian Air Force is currently in that state of flux many modern militaries find themselves encountering when older … Continue reading Canada’s Next Top Guns: An Interview with an RCAF Trainee Pilot
Actually, not a whole lot. When the Canadian government decided on buying the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, it was largely … Continue reading What Makes a CF-18 Hornet Different From Other “Legacy” Hornets?
The Royal Canadian Air Force might have to wait a little longer to receive a replacement for its rapidly-aging CF-188 … Continue reading The Canadian Government Has Dropped Its Original Plan to Buy Super Hornets for The RCAF
According to The National Post, the Canadian government has apparently already made an unofficial decision to buy the Boeing F/A-18E/F … Continue reading The Canadian Government Has Apparently Already Decided on the Super Hornet
“… What General Weygand has called The Battle of France is over. The battle of Britain is about to begin. … Continue reading The Battle of Britain, 75 Years Ago Today
The Boeing (McDonnell Douglas) F/A-18A/B/C/D “Legacy” Hornet has functioned as the primary demonstration jet of the Blue Angels since 1986. … Continue reading The Blue Angels Need to Find a Suitable Replacement for Their Aging Hornets
The year was 1977, and the Canadian Department of National Defence had just kicked off their New Fighter Aircraft program … Continue reading The CF-14-Eh Tomcat?
The CF-188 Hornet has served the Canadian Forces for more than three decades as its primary (and only) frontline air defense … Continue reading CF-15SE “Silent Eagle”
Towards the end of the summer holiday, I had the chance to head to Toronto’s air show, closing off the … Continue reading It’s Time to Widen the Celebration of Aviation and Expand the Air Show!