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McDonnel CF-101B - MC Voodoo (1957)

Lockheed CF-104 (1959)

CT-155 Hawk (1969)

CF-18 Hornet (1980)


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Military Planes

A CF-18A from 433 SquadronJets developed for the military during the post-Second World War era are still in use today. Many of them have entered the pop-culture lexicon, celebrated and romantizied by the mass media.

A CF-18A from 433 SquadronThe First and Second World Wars rapidly advanced avionics on the international stage, proving the potential of winged warfare. In the future, Military resources will continue to be allocated towards producing the quietest, highest-flying, most efficient and fastest aircraft possible at any given time. One need only dream of the possibilities.

Aircraft developed during this time post-war period would have seemed like science fiction not so long ago.


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