Historical accounts of pilots and members of Bomber Command in World War II.

The Clayton Knight Committee

by Clarence Simonsen Billy Bishop became Canada's most famous and controversial war hero. He shot down seventy-five enemy aircraft, the top allied ace of both wars. Bishop befriended American artist…

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Lancaster Cold War Memories

During the 1950's, No. 407 Squadron Lancasters based at Comox, British Columbia flew operations to search for airborne radiation from Russian atomic weapons blasts. Occasionally the Lancs would return with…

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Ken Brown CGM – Dambuster

Ken Brown liked the Bomber Command Museum (formerly the Nanton Lancaster Air Museum). He had visited the museum and our Lancaster on a number of occasions prior to our requesting…

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Father John Philip Lardie
[ photo used by permission ]

Father John Philip Lardie

 The Chaplain on the Motorcycle Father Lardie first came to the attention of the Bomber Command Museum as the author of what we feel is a definitive piece of writing…

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