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Trained by RCAF

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Trained by RCAF

In 1940, Max Ward joined the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and learned to fly, earning his wings on 2 November 1941 in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.

He was a good student, and his high marks earned him instructor duties in the Air Training Plan. As a commissioned flight instructor, Ward taught at various Canadian bases during the Second World War.

In 1945, Ward left the RCAF and found a position as a pilot with Northern Flights limited, but soon decided that he wanted his own company.

A black and white group photo of the civilian pilots that were used to instruct the RCAF pilots in training during the Second World War. The civilian pilots were employed by the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. Read More...


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