tmb spitfiresNo fewer than 17 Spitfires in the air together - at Duxford's Battle of Britain anniversary show in the U.K. held in September 2015. This sight is unlikely ever to be repeated, and there's not a single Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Spitfire among them. Its four examples were displayed separately.

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(source Flight International October 12/15)

Larry Milberry, publisher, invites you to visit CANAV’s blog with all the info about our new blockbuster “Aviation in Canada: The CAE Story”, CANAV’s premier title since 1981.

Visit for the initial CAE Story book reviews, many informative history items, etc.

Ted Beaudoin has sent us an update regarding the Royal Air Force Ferry Command / Transport Command operation of World War II.

tmb ferry command emblemWelcome to our website, a new way to easily and readily access vast amounts of information of almost anything to do with the Royal Air Force Ferry Command / Transport Command operation of World War II.

It is dedicated to every man and woman from any allied nation who served this unit in any capacity, either as a recruit, a volunteer, or as one seconded to the RAF FC/TC from an allied military air force, or as one attached from an allied commercial airline operation. It is also dedicated to the men and women of the Air Transport Auxiliary squadrons set up in allied nations to ferry aircraft in their respective countries and forward to theatres of war when and where they were needed.

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