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Lozenge Camouflage off a Trophy War Bird!

Recently, I took some photos of original First World War German lozenge camouflage, the original fabric “skin” of a war trophy plane I have already featured… 218 more words

Letter: Science and technology museum fit for razing, rebuild

Re: Full story: Documents reveal extent of crisis at Science and Technology Museum, Dec. 3.

News of the mould infestation and asbestos issue at the Canada Science and Technology Museum has now been trumped by further news of its collapsing roof. 282 more words

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Aviation museum seeks crowd backing for documentary

The Canada Aviation and Space Museum hopes an Internet crowdfunding campaign can fuel the launch of a documentary film chronicling the contributions of Canadian aviators in the Second World War. 123 more words

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Google Maps offers dry tour of Niagara Falls, safe view of Buffalo Jump

TORONTO – Have you ever wanted to experience the Maid of the Mist tour of Niagara Falls without being dampened–sometimes drenched–by actual mist?

How about the… 323 more words

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Boeing Vertol CH-46C Labrador Helicopter

On this date, August 27, 1959, the very first flight of the Boeing Vertol CH-46C helicopter (code-named Labrador) took place.

This helicopter is a twin-engine, tandem-rotor aircraft that was a variant of the Boeing… 137 more words

Heavier-Than-Air

Canada Aviation And Space Museum, Ottawa

Going somewhere spontaneously is far more exciting then planning out a trip for a few weeks or months.  There is just something about packing up the car and just going. 1,644 more words

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Night Bomber

The AEG G IV bomber was a twin-engine German biplane medium bomber. An improvement on earlier AEG G types, It entered service in late 1916 and served, mostly as a tactical and night bomber, for the rest of the war. 231 more words