Our Collections

The Main Gallery – West Coast Aviation History.


Our self-guided tour begins at the dawn of Military Aviation in WWI, loops through WWII, Korea, the Cold War and United Nations Peacekeeping before reaching our Squadron section. Try out our CF-101 Voodoo ejection seat and get an up close and personal view of an Argus Wright 3350, 18 cylinder engine, then have a seat in our viewing lounge to watch a DVD from our collection.

Copy of DSC_4202Heritage Aircraft

Everything you wanted to know about the aircraft flown at 19 Wing Comox!

Guide to the Heritage Air Park  PDF

19 Wing Comox Heritage Vehicle Display

CAFM’s Heritage Vehicles are currently on display in the newly renovated Building 268. To view, please call us at 250- 339-8162 or check in at the Gift Shop, as maintenance for these vehicles is ongoing.

The Heritage Vehicles can be seen in parades and events around the Comox Valley.

References/Further ReadingReferences/Further Reading

All references are from the “Canada Weapons of War” series:

  • M38A1 ¼ Ton Truck in Canadian Service by Andrew Iarocci
  • The WWII Jeep in Canadian Service by Eric Booth
  • The ¾ Ton SMP Truck in Canadian Service by Andrew Iarocci


The 1954 Dodge Ambulance engine overhaul is finally nearing completion.  Our volunteer heavy vehicle mechanic, Tom, has been working away all winter.  The block and head were taken to Nanaimo to be re-conditioned and returned looking as good as new.  The radiator and...

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Today’s BC Museums Week focus gives our Museum the opportunity to introduce you to “Our People”, the Museum staff as well as the volunteers who so readily give of their time and experiences to support the work of the Museum. Our staff includes the Museum Director,...

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Today is International Museum Day.  Part of this year’s theme is “Museums as Cultural Hubs”.  I asked Carol, our Museum’s Program Manager, to reflect on how our Museum, a military museum, could be considered a cultural hub. “We are a neighbourhood of learning for both...

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