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If a bomber crew was assigned a particular aircraft, they were sometimes able to choose the name and artwork and this enabled a powerful bond to develop between the men and the machine.

Nose Art Archive

With the cooperation of Clarence and others and a huge amount of work by Katelyn, the museum has created a database of information and photographs of all the RCAF, RAF,…

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Nose Art Replica Paintings
No. 107 Squadron

Nose Art Replica Paintings

None of these pieces is actual wartime work on original aircraft skin. Rather it is "replica" nose art, painted fairly recently but on actual skin from a wartime aircraft.

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Full Size Nose Art Replica Paintings
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Full Size Nose Art Replica Paintings

S/L Donald Patterson, "B" Flight Commander with No. 426 Squadron, selected Halifax LW-207 as his aircraft and flew the aircraft on sixteen operations. It was assigned the markings "OW-W" and…

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George Oliver – Nose Artist
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George Oliver – Nose Artist

The museum is pleased to display a very special suitcase that has been donated by George Oliver of Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Rear-gunner George Oliver flew with No. 408 Squadron in…

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