Aircraft


Books

Title       Canadian Military Aircraft

Author    John A. Griffin, Robert H. Smith and Kenneth D. Castle

ISSN      1-55125-089-6

Title       Canadian Combat and Support Aircraft

Author    T.F.J. Leversedge

ISSN      1-55125-116-7


Aircraft Type Designations used

CC - Transport (Cargo)                                        CP - Patrol

CE - Electronic Warfare                                       CSR - Search and Rescue

CF - Fighter                                                           CT - Trainer

CH - Helicopter                                                     CU - Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles

CO - Observation                                                  CX - Experimental


CF-100 Canuck (Avro Canada C-100) (---- to 1981)


CF-101 Voodoo (McDonnell Douglass)

Operating Check List

        Originals                                                                                                                           Repro

Pilot

                                                                                       

Originals

                                                                                           

Capt Turbo Tarling

Maintenance Test Pilot

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Navigator

                                                                   

Personal Equipment

Suppliers

                          

Technicians

                                                                                                            

Operations (only used in Bagotville)

                                                                                                           

Callshot 74 Tyndall AFB

Coin


CF-103 (Avro Canada CF-103)

Cancelled Fighter Project


CF-104 Starfighter (Canadair (Lockheed) CL-90) (1961 until 1987)

Name Tags

417 Sqn


CF-105 Arrow (Avro Canada C-105)

Coin


CC-106 Yukon (Canadair CL-44D) (1959 until 1971)


CP-107 Argus (Canadair CL-28) (1958 to 24 July 1981)


CC-108 Caribou (DeHavilland Canada DHC-4) (1960 to ----)


CC-109 Cosmopolitan (Canadair (Convair) CL-66) (1960 to 1994)


CSR-110 Albatross (Grumman G-111)


CH-112 Nomad (Hiller UH-12) (1961 to 1972)


CH-113 Labrador (Boeing-Vertol Model 107)

CH-113A Labrador (ex-Canadian Army Voyageurs)

LVG


CT-114 Tutor (Canadair CL-41A)

    Bases

Coin

   


CC-115 Buffalo (DeHavilland Canada DHC-5A)

    LVG

   


CF-116 CF-5 (Canadair (Northrop) CL-219) (1968 to 1995)

Coin

Books

Title    Canadair CF-5 Canadian Profile

Author Bob McIntyre

ISBN    0-920375-02-2

Netherland Air Force training in Canada

Koninklijke Luchtmacht


EW-117 Falcon (Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20C)


CH-118 Iroquois (Bell Model 205 Huey)


CC-119 Boxcar (Fairchild) (8 September 1952 to 13 September 1967)


CO-119  Bird Dog (Cessna Model 305/Model 182)


CT-120 Chipmunk (DeHavilland Canada DHC-1) (1948 to 1971)


CP-121 Tracker (DHC (Grumman) G89) (1956 to 1990)

Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator


CP-122 Neptune (Lockheed Model 26)


CSR-123 Otter (DeHavilland Canada DHC-3) (1953 to 1982)


CH-124 Seaking (Sikorsky Model S-61A)

    LVG

   

Arid

Tactical Electronic Warfare Instructor (TEWIC)

 

Coin

    Bases

        Shearwater

       

            LVG

           

Arid

Retirement

LVG


CH-125 Flying Banana (Vertol (Piaeski) H-21B) (17 November 1955 to 12 January 1972)


CH-126 H-34 (Sikorsky Model S-58)


CH-127 Flying Banana (Vertol (Piaeski) Model 44)


CP-127 Neptune (Lockheed P2V-7) (1944 to 1968)


CT-128 Expeditor (Beech 18 (ModelsC-18S/D18S) (1940 to 3 June 1970)


CC-129 Dakota (Douglass DC-3/C-47) (1943 to 1989)


CC130 Hercules (Lockheed Model L-100/C-130))

    LVG

   

Arid

Aeromedevac

LVG

Arid

Flight Surgeon

LVG

Flight Safety

Coin

   

CC-130J Coin

    Sticker

     

    LVG

   

    Arid

   

Name Tags

    413 Sqn

   

        LVG

       


CX-131 Dynavert (Canadair CL-84-1)


CC-132 Dash-7 (DeHavilland Canada DHC-7) (1979 to 8 April 1987)


CT-133 Silver Star (Canadair (Lockheed) T-33 AN)

Operating Check List

1000 Hrs

1000 Hrs +

2000 Hrs

7000 Hrs

7500 Hrs

7655 Hrs

7890 Hrs

    Retirement Mess Dinner at CFB Cold Lake

   

Post Card


CT-134 Musketeer (Beech C-23 Muskateer) (1971 to 1992)


CH-135 Twin Huey (Bell Model 212)

  LVG

   

LVG


CH-136 Kiowa (Bell Model 206A)

    Combat

   


CC-137 Husky (Boeing Model B707-347C)


CC-138 Twin Otter (DeHavilland Canada DHC-6)


CH-139 Jet Ranger (Bell Model 206B)

    LVG

   


CP-140 Aurora (Lockheed Model 285B Orion)

CP-140 Arcturus (Lockheed Model 285L Orion)

Armourer

CP-140 CF Det Burbank

    LVG

   

Arid

VP International

    LVG

   

Arid

RIMPAC

 International Operators Support Council. Atlanta 2003

 


CC-142 Dash (DeHavilland Canada Dash-8)

   

CT-142 Dash (DeHavilland Canada Dash-8T)


CH-143 BK-117 (Eurocopter (MBB) BK 117A-3D)

Helicopter Integrated Navigation System (HINS)


CC-144 Challenger (Canadair CL-600S/601/604)

CE-144 Challenger (Canadair CL-600S/CL-601)

CP-144 Challenger (Canadair CL-600S/CL-601)

CX-144 Challenger (Canadair CL-601)


CT-145 King Air (Beech B200 Super King Air)

    LVG

   


CH-146 Griffon (Bell-Textron Model 412CF)

    Combat

      

    LVG

   

     Arid

   

    Prototype for 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000 and 6000 hrs

        Approved

        English

        French

    Flight Surgeon

   

Name Tags

    400 Sqn

   


CH-147 Chinook (Boeing-Vertol  Model 173)

    LVG

   

    Arid

   


CH-148 Petrel (EH Industries EH-101(ASW))

Order Cancelled

CH-148 Cyclone (Sikorsky Model H-92(S-92))

    LVG

   


CH-149 Cormorant (EH Industries EH-101(SAR)

Name Tags

    413 Sqn

   

        LVG

       

Arid


CC-150 Polaris (Airbus Industries (A310-340F))


CT-155 Hawk (BAE Systems Hawk 115)

    see Bases_Stations/ Portage La Prairie/ 3 CFFTS


CT-156 Harvard II (Raytheon (Pilatus) PC-9)

see Bases_Stations/ Portage La Prairie/ 3 CFFTS


CU-161 Sperwer (SAGEM)


CU-163 Altair (General Atomics)


CU-170 Heron


CC-177 Globemaster III

Coin


CF-188 CF-18 (McDonald Douglass Model 267)

    Tomcat (was the other aircraft in the competition for the new fighter aircraft but lost)

   

        Decal

       

Coin

 

    Canada Hornet

Commander in Chief

LVG

 

   

   

   

        LVG

       

        Possible error

       

        Arid

       

    Canada Hornet Standard

   

    Hornet Handler

   

   

            LVG

       

Arid

Canada Handler

    Fighter Doc

   

        LVG

       

    Intelligence

   

        LVG

       

    Hornet OJT Self Loading Baggage

   

        LVG

       

    I'd rather have 600 LBS of Fuel OJT

        LVG

       

    Is it cool in here or is it me

   

        LVG

       

    Hornet World Class

   

    NISW 2 (Does anyone knows what it represent?)

        LVG

       

 Forward Air Controller

LVG

Arid

  

Joint Terminal Attack Controller

LVG

Arid

CF 18 Hornet Oval

   

   

    Medic

   

   

        LVG

       

   

approved            not approved

        LVG

       

        Arid

       

    F-18 but sometimes worn by Canadian Pilots

   

LVG

   

   

    CFB Baden Flight Simulator

   

    Name Tags

   

        LVG

       

        Arid

       

    Air Combat Zone (Jet Fighter Entertainment Centre) located in Mississauga, Ontario

   

        LVG

       

    WSM (Weapon System Manager)

   

        LVG

       

Arid

    FSET

   

        LVG

       

   

Flight Test

LVG

Arid

    CF 18 Hornet Detachment

   

    CF 18 Modernization

   

        LVG

       

   

   

   

Supply

WSEP 7M

LVG

APG-73

Misc

Title        CF-18 National schedule 2007

Author    None

ISBN      None

F-35    Contender to replace the CF-188

Pin

CC-295 Airbus (SAR)

LVG


Engines

Pratt & Whitney

Rolls Royce

F404


Equipment



Canadian Forces Light Helicopter


A.D. Scout Sparrow


Aircobra (Bell P-39)


Albratross (Grumman SA-16) (1960 to 1970)


America (Curtiss H-4)


Anson (Avro)


A.O.P. (Auster)


Atlantic (Sopwith)


Atlas Mk.1 (Armstrong Whitworth) (1927 to 1942)


Avenger (Grumman AS3)


Avro Anson


Banshee (McDonnell F2H-3) (1955 to 1962)

Title    Banshees In the Royal Canadian Navy

Author Carl Mills

ISBN    0-9695200-0-X


Battle (Fairey) (21  August 1939 to 9 July 1946)


BE2C (Avro)


Beaufighter (Bristol Type 156)


Beaufort (Bristol Type 152)


Bell HTL


Beaver (DeHavilland DHC-2)


Bird Dog (Cessna L-19)


Blenheim (Bristol Type 142M)


Boeing 247D (1940 to 1942)


Bolingbroke (Bristol Type 142M) (Canadian version of the Blenheim)


Bomarc Missile (1961 to 1972)


Boston (Douglas) (25 October 1941 to 27 October 1945)


Bristol F2B Fighter (Bristol) (6 August 1929 to 7 February 1922)


Burgess-Dunne (16 September 1914)


CL-11(C-5) (Canadair) (1950 to ----)


Camel (Sopwith)


Canso (Consolidated PBY-5A) (25 August 1941 to 26 April 1962)


Catalina (Consolidated PBY)


Cirrus Moth (DeHavilland DH-60)


Cloud (Saro) (1931 to ----)


Comet (DeHavilland) (1953 to ----)


Crane (Cessna T-50)


Curtiss HS2L


DH4 (DeHavilland) (19 April 1921 to 23 April 1922)


DH9A (DeHavilland)


E.S.I. (Vikers)


Electra (Lockheed 10A) (23 October 1939 to 2 May 1946)


F-3 (Felixstowe (1920)


F6 (Martinsyde)


Fairchild 71B (20 May 1930 to 2 October 1941)


Fairchild FC -2L


Fairchild FC-2W


Firefly (Fairey)


Firefly (Slinsgby T-67)


Flanders (Vickers)


Flying Fortress (Boeing B-17) (6 December 1943 to 27 December 1946)


Freighter (Bristol 170) (25 April 1952 to 16 May 1967)


Halifax Bomber


Handley-Page 0/400


Hart (Hawker) (1937 to June 1943)


Harvard (North American )


Hudson (Lockheed) (1939 to 1948)


HUP-3 (Piaeski) (May 1954 and January 1964)


Hurricane (14 February 1939 to 29 June 1948)


H04S (Sikorsky)


Jenny (Curtiss JN-4)


Kittyhawk (Curtiss 87A) (9 October 1941 to 16 December 1946)


Lancaster (Avro)


Liberator (Consolidated B-24)


Lincock II (Blackburn)


Lincoln (Avro) (17 August 1946 to 4 March 1947)


Lysander (Westland)


Mailwing (Pitcairn) (3 April 1928 to 20 January 1932)


Martinsyde F6


Mentor (Beech 45 )


Mitchell  (B-25)(North American) (10 July 1942 to 12 November 1963)


Mosquito (DeHavilland DH-98) (1 June 1943 to 28 September 1951)


Mustang P-51 (North American) (June 1947 to August 1961)


Nieuport 17


North Star (Canadair) (1947 to 1960)


Oxford (Airspeed A.S.10) (8 May 1939 to 26 April 1944)


Sabre (Canadair CL-13B) (1950 until 1970)

Title    The Canadair Sabre

Author Larry Milberry

ISBN    0-9690703-7-3


Scout (Nieuport )


S.E.5a


Sea Fire XV (Supermarine)


Sea Fury (Hawker) (1948 to 1957)


Seaplane (Douglas) (1927 to 1930)


Shark (Blackburn)


Short Seaplane


Short Sunderland


Silver Dart (23 February 1909)


Siskin (Armstrong Whitworth) (1926 to 1942)


Spitfire (Supermarine)


Stearman Model D-75N1


Stinson Model HW-75 (RCAF 105)


Stranraer (Supermarine) (1936 to 1940)


Strutter (Sopwith 1 1/2)


Swordfish (Fairey) (1943 to ----)


Tempest (Hawker) (February 1946 to February 1947)


Tiger Moth (DeHavilland DH-82) (1938 to 1948)


Tomahawk (Curtiss Model 81A P-40)


Tomtit (Hawker) (May 1930 to July 1943)


Trimotor (Ford) (July 1929 to early 1937)


Triplane (Voisin)


Typhoon (Hawker)


Vancouver (Canadian Vickers ) (1946 to 1958)


Vanessa (Canadian Vickers )


Varuna (Canadian Vickers )


Vedette (Canadian Vickers) (1930 to 1941)


Vega (Lockheed) (18 November 1927 to 30 November 1928)


Velos (Canadian Vickers) (18 November 1927 to 30 November 1928)


Ventura (Lockheed V-146) (16 June 1942 to 18 April 1947)


Vigil (Vickers) (11 May 1928 to 3 November 1930)


Viking (Vickers) (15 June 1923 to 4 May 1931)


Vimy (Vickers) (14 June 1919)


Walrus (Supermarine)


Wapiti (Westland)


Wellington (Vickers)


Wright (Avro)


Yale (North American NA-64) (23 August 1940 and 25 September 1946)


504 (Avro) (11 September 1924 to 27 November 1934)