This day focused on the Pathfinder Squadrons and in particular the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Bazalgette Vicoria Cross flight.. Our Pathfinders Luncheon guests enjoyed speaker Reg Lane, a wartime c/o of 405 Squadron. Following the banquet and a concert featuring the King's Own Calgary Regimental Band, all eyes turned skyward as three sky-divers jumped carrying the red, green, and yellow colours used by the Pathfinder Squadrons. Two additional jumpers followed, one carrying an RCAF flag. A painting depicting a raid led by the Canadian Pathfinder Squadron #405, on the railway yards at Montzen, Belgium was unveiled. Our special guest, Reg Lane DSO DFC & Bar, was the Master Bomber on this raid that was successful but at a heavy cost in Canadian aircraft and aircrew. Mr. Lane's aircraft is one of those portrayed in the painting. An appropriate and thrilling conclusion to the day was a flypast of two Tutor jets, from CFB Moose Jaw, Sask., led by Nanton native Capt. Dan Robinson.