Complainer was wrong on all counts

posted Jun 18, 2014 at 3:00 PM (Letter to the Editor) Dear Editor, In a recent “Have Your Say” an ex-aircraft maintainer was sickened that $3 million was spent on a “relatively stagnant Air Force Museum” by some elitists. He is completely wrong in all his statements,...
Family Fun at the Comox Air Force Museum

Family Fun at the Comox Air Force Museum

Our museum has extensive Exhibits that will entertain people of all ages. During a visit to the Comox Air Force Museum, Juniper and Lily got to play in some of the special toys we have for little people. Everyone enjoyed the visit tremendously and we look forward to...
Comox Air Force Museum Heritage Stones

Comox Air Force Museum Heritage Stones

The Heritage Stones project was created by the Comox Valley Air Force Museum Association (CVAFMA) to raise funds for the Comox Air Force Museum. Each Heritage Stone is crafted on Vancouver Island from marble mined near Cowichan Lake and hand-finished by marble masters...
CP-107 Canadair Argus

CP-107 Canadair Argus

  The Canadian-built, Canadair Argus was a unique hybrid that employed the wings, tail surfaces and undercarriage of the British designed Britannia transport, married to a completely new unpressurized fuselage of Canadian design and equipped with different...
H-21A Piasecki – Boeing Vertol

H-21A Piasecki – Boeing Vertol

The Boeing Vertol (formerly Piasecki) H-21A was a single engine, tandem rotor helicopter acquired by the RCAF in 1954 and used primarily for search and rescue work. The type was also used extensively by both the RCAF and commercial companies in transport duties...