Canada’s Army loses its Air Force: The Royal Canadian Air Force and the Origins of 10 Tactical Air Group: View Content
Source: Chapter 8, Canadian Aerospace Power Studies, Volume 2 Big Sky, Little Air Force, edited by W. A. March.
Author - Dean C. Black
Forward by LCol (Ret’d) A. Victor Coroy, Coordinator, Canadian Army Aviation Website.
Listing of Air Observation Post Other Ranks: View Content
The men listed here were essential to the very existence of the Air OP and the fulfillment of its role.
Researched and contributed by LCol (Ret’d) A. Victor Coroy.
A Brief History of the Canadian Artillery Air Observation Post: View Content
The history of Air OP up to the formation of 444 Squadron. The history includes WW2, and the formation of the Air OP Troop in Europe.
Prepared by LCol (Ret’d) A. Victor Coroy.
An Air OP Pilot's Story: View Content
The following biographical sketch of Captain (Retired) Lawrence (Joe) Thibedeau, CD, is but a brief example of some of the conditions of service during the period following World War 2, up to the unification of the forces and several years beyond.
By LCol (Ret’d) AV Coroy, CD.
List of RCHA/RCA officers who qualified for the Canadian Army Flying Badge: View Content
A total of 154 RCHA/RCA officers qualified for the Canadian Army Flying Badge.
Researched and compiled by LCol (Ret'd) John Dicker with the assistance of BGen (Ret'd) Joe Oakley.
Master list of all Canadian Army Aviators 1940-1970: View Content
Researched and compiled by BGen (Ret’d) Joe Oakley with the assistance of LCol (Ret’d) John Dicker.
1RCHA, 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery: View Content
2RCHA, 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery: View Content
3RCHA, 3rd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery: View Content
4RCHA, 4th Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery: View Content
5RALC, 5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du Canada: View Content