Heritage Stones

Help Support the Comox Air Force Museum.

The Heritage Stone Project was commissioned by the Comox Valley Air Force Museum Association to help raise funds for the Museum.


Each Heritage Stone is crafted on Vancouver Island from marble mined near Cowichan Lake and hand-finished by marble masters in Duncan.

The Stones are engraved with the individuals name, coloured Roundel and lighting flash similar to those seen on RCAF & CF vintage aircraft. The Stones are then displayed in CAFM’s Heritage Air Park.

Available for a donation of $175.00, Heritage Stones are a unique way of honouring those who have served their country.

Thank-you! Your donation helps preserve our Air Force Heritage.

Comox Air Force Museum

The CAFM commemorates the role and history of 19 Wing (CFB/RCAF/RAF), documenting significant achievements in West Coast Military Aviation History.

Founded in 1982 as part of the Air Force Indoctrination School, CAFM was accredited as a stand-alone Canadian Forces Museum and officially opened its doors to the public on 12 September 1987.

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