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Stuart Tait from Ottawa, Ontario wrote at October 18, 2014:
Looking fore information on Ted Argue of 403 Squadron. He was my supervisor when I was working for Customs and Excise in 1969. I need his aircraft serial number and aircraft codes so that I may make a spitfire model of his aircraft.
Michael MacNamara from Fonthill Ontario wrote at September 27, 2014:
1962 - 1968 104 KU and 414 (EW) Squadron.... Then to 424 Trenton and finally CFB Bagotville. 1972
David Barrett from Chilliwack, British Columbia wrote at September 14, 2014:
1944 #7 O.T.U. Debert Nova Scotia.

On January 6th --1944 ---I was flying a Mosquito Aircraft - I hit another Mosquito aircraft on take-off, the aircraft I hit was on the wrong runway --a command investigation I was not at fault -- both aircraft were destroyed --Does anyone remember the accident --I left for England soon after ---would like to know if anyone remembers.
David Barrett wrote at September 14, 2014:
1944 #7 O.T.U. Debert Nova Scotia.

On January 6th --1944 ---I was flying a Mosquito Aircraft - I hit another Mosquito aircraft on take-off, the aircraft I hit was on the wrong runway --a command investigation I was not at fault -- both aircraft were destroyed --Does anyone remember the accident --I left for England soon after ---would like to know if anyone remembers.
HCol Ronald M. Begg, ret'd - CFSACO -RCAF from Cornwall, Ontario wrote at September 11, 2014:
To all of our veterans you made us proud during the campaigns and continue to this the eagles fly high....and God Bless
Christopher White from 59 Bramblegrove Cres., Ottawa ON K1T 3G2 wrote at September 10, 2014:
My mother, Ruth White (Section Officer WAAF) passed away today. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers Ruth as a long-time member of the RCAFA Toronto.
John H. Bisscheroux from Chomedey, QC wrote at August 31, 2014:
Enjoy reading the stories presented here. I served in the RNAF from 1951 to 1957 and came to Canada where I joined the 306 Maple Leaf RCAFA mess on Sherbrooke Str Montreal and had a jolly good time with the fellow members at the time. I now see more and more old timers going on permanent soaring duty
in the great blue yonder......pitty !
Smitha782 from Smitha782 wrote at August 25, 2014:
When I originally commented I clicked the Notify me when new comments are added checkbox and now every time a comment is added I get 4 emails using the same comment. Is there any way you may take away me from that service? Thanks! cfbedakedakccdfe
Michael MacNamara from Fonthill Ontario wrote at July 26, 2014:
Served at 104 KU and 414 (EW) Sqn. 1962 - 1968 A wonderfull posting.
Tony Rushton from England wrote at July 21, 2014:
I am secretary of the Guildford branch of RAFA, I want ask if there any planned activities to mark VE day that our branch could become involved with as during the war there was a large Canadian presence here in Guildford both Army and Air Force based at Dunsfold


Candice McDonald wrote at July 12, 2014:
I was hoping someone might have information on my grandfather James Edward McDonald. I have a picture of him in uniform. After researching the badge, I have determined it is a WW2 RCAF air gunner badge. He was born in 1925, and was living in Toronto, Ontario during WW2. I can be reached at Thanks.
Rosemary Edmeads from Culver City California wrote at July 5, 2014:
On Sept. 2013 several RCAF WW2 veterans received the Bomber Command Bar from Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino at a ceremony held in Calgary. One of the veteran airmen who was presented with the Bomber Command Bar was Robert Peterson who served as a Bomb Aimer in Halifax JP162 FS stationed in Brindisi Italy. This crew which included my father Sgt John Rae, RAFVR Rear Gunner was delivering supplies to aid the Polish partisans at the beginning of the Warsaw uprising August 4/5th, 1944. The plane was shot down.three of the crew were killed including my father. Sgt Peterson along with 3 other crew baled out and was aided by the partisans and eventually returned to the UK and the home to Canada.
I have been trying to find him without success. Can anyone help me locate him I would love to be able to talk with him. I have been researching the crew and the events leading up to that tragic mission when 4 Halifax aircraft did not return and I am about to publish a book.
This year marks the 70 Anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising and I will be in Poland at Rakowicki Cemetery, Krakow to remember the brave airmen who did not return.
I hope that someone can help
Rosemary Edmeads
Peter F. Walsh from Bowser BC wrote at June 18, 2014:
My Father, F/O Peter T. Walsh was a pilot in WW2, primarily flying Halifax.He received DFC. I am a documentary film maker presently developing a film on his service and of the men in his squadron RAF/RCAF # 192. He was born in Toronto and served
into 1945. I would like to contact any servicemen who might have information re: his service, Squadron 192, fellow Squadron members or ground crew etc, or any archives or contacts I should search. I have a copy of his log (parts were classified) Thank You PW
Colonel (R) Bill Minnis,PPCLI wrote at June 9, 2014:
Grateful for the information concerning my Uncle, Richard McKnight Minnis,his flying record as a pilot in Lancasters and the citation for his DFC. Very valuable record for families as well as for the RCAF. Thanks
Jessica Hurford from Vancouver wrote at May 30, 2014:
Found an amazing report of my Grandfather's time with the RCAF - he just turned 99 last week and I can't wait to share this with him!
John Sauvageau from Crofton, Vancouver Island wrote at May 28, 2014:
Joined RCAF 1954 as telecom (Air) tech. My first posting was 438 Sqn ( 5 years I remember with fond memories). Was CFR'd in 1969 . Taught for five years at CFSAOE School, Borden and served two years with 406 Sqn Shearwater. Retired (at tender age of 47!) AERE Major as last BAMEO (Voodoo) CFB Bagotville to Vancouver Island where I still reside. Wishing you all the best success for this year's reunion.
Art Cuthbertson from Dieppe NB Canada wrote at May 15, 2014:
I served 25 years in the RCAF and am now involved with the Dieppe Military Veterans' Association. Moncton/Dieppe was the home of many units during WW II and to honour these units and men we have installed monuments at a park in Dieppe which pays tribute to BCATP, No 8 SFTS Lakeburn, No 4 RD Scoudouc, No 5 ED Moncton,Moncton Flying Club, No 10 AOS Chatham, RAF Ferry Command, No 31 RAF Personnel Depot, No 10 Release Centre and all the personnel who were trained in Canada and had to pass through our area coming and going from thge UK.
Avery A Aronovitch from Delray Beach Florida wrote at May 15, 2014:
Would like very much to hear of any Canadian Veterans WW11,or Korea living in the Palm Beach/Broward area,and ex servicemen of those eras whether stationed in Canada,USA,or abroad
Ethel Bollong from Wallace. N.S. wrote at May 15, 2014:
Hi, My first visit to your page. Hope to do more visits. My late husband was a M&W Tech. in the RCAF 1955-81
We were married in 1956 so I spent most of those years by his side . I enjoyed being part of the Military Family very much.Even though Fred passed away 2011 I am still part of that Military Family.
Joyce Dunn (nee Salmon) from Nepean, Ontario wrote at April 30, 2014:
I was stationed at St. Hubert from April 1943 to the time it moved to North Battleford, Sask in 1944. I was a WOG and for several months the only girl in the Wireless Section. I tought trainee pilots wireless and had classes of Brits, Aussies, New Zealanders and Canadins. The Sergeant in charge of this section was Sgt. Bond. The officer in charge of the wireless Section was Sqdn. Leader Perrault. From North B. i moved to Rivers, Manitoba until March of 1945 when I was discharged.