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.
A story that must be read: View Web Link
Harold Norman “Andy” Andrews, originally British Army Air Corps, retired as a Major in The Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers and wore the Canadian Army Flying Badge as reflected in the Master List of Canadian Army Aviators 1940-1970. He left us for the big hangar in the sky in September 2000”.
Contributed by LCol (Ret’d) John Dicker.
One RCE Pilot’s Story: View Content
By Major (Ret’d) Barry Blair RCE.
List of RCE officers who qualified for the Canadian Army Flying Badge: View Content
A total of 6 RCE 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.