2 edition of Canada"s flying heritage. found in the catalog.
Canada"s flying heritage.
Frank H. Ellis
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|Pagination||398 p. illus., ports. ;|
|Number of Pages||398|
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The following notices provide details about half-masting events in Canada, or in special circumstances, in a foreign country. See the Rules for Half-masting the National Flag of Canada for more information. Masting period: From now until sunset on Thursday, Janu , the day of the funeral. Occasion: DEATH OF THE HONOURABLE JOHN CARNELL. CANADA'S Air HERITAGEPresented to C. R. Scollan on the occasion of his Qualification as a service pilot. December the sixteenth nineteen hundred and forty _____ Group Captain Commanding No. 31 S.F.T.S. Kingston, Ontario. THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE is the youngest of Canada's fighting Services.
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