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Spring 2004 (Volume 42 Issue 1)

  • p.4 “The Cancargo CBY-3 Loadmaster” by Ray Conrath
  • p.14 “A D-Day Story, Two Pilots Renew an Old Friendship” by Ted Barris
  • p.21 “A 55-Year Leap into the Past” by George Stewart
  • p.28 “The Wrekin, An Operational Training Unit Experience” by Bill McRae


Summer 2004 (Volume 42 Issue 2)

  • p.44 “Spitfire Saga, How NH188 Came to the Canadian Aviation Museum” by Brick Billing
  • p.52 “The Coppermine Expedition of 1930” by William G. Jewett
  • p.56 “History Repeated, Historic Aeroplanes Recreate the Ford Air Tour” by Clark G. Seaborn
  • p.64 “Captured from the Air, Axis Shop Surrenders to RCAF Stranraer” by Fraser M. McKee
  • p.69 “A Record to Beat, Aviation come to the Ontario Agricultural College” by W.J. Wheeler


Fall 2004 (Volume 42 Issue 3)

  • p.84 “Carrier Pilot, Flying Fighters in the Royal Canadian Navy” by Kenneth S. Nicolson
  • p.96 “The Hangars of Camp Borden, Rare and Historic Structures Endangered” by N. Marion
  • p.106 “Birth of a Thoroughbred, Politics and Dash 8 Development” by John W. Sandford
  • p.114”Canadian Expatriates, Canadian Anson V’s in Central America” by Santiago A. Flores


Winter 2004 (Volume 42 Issue 4)

  • p.124 “Ellwood Wilson, Forester and Visionary” by Pierre Thiffault
  • p.132 “1952: Sabre Training, No. 1 OUT, Chatham, NB” by Jock Carroll
  • p.134 “Carrier Pilot (continued)” by Kenneth S. Nicolson
  • p.144 “Canada’s Air Forces @ 80, The 41st Annual CAHS Convention and AGM” by G. McNulty