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The bomber offensive mounted by the Royal Air Force, the Royal Canadian Air Force, and the air forces of other Commonwealth countries during the Second World War has been described as the most continuous and grueling operation of war ever carried out.
The Dambusters Raid 16/17 May, 1943
During World War II the Lancaster was the most successful bomber used by the Royal Air Force and the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Aircraft Of Bomber Command
Historical accounts of pilots and members of Bomber Command in World War II.
Memorials honouring those in Bomber Command.
Canada’s Bomber Command Memorial
Canada’s Bomber Command Virtual Memorial
Canada’s Bomber Command Memorial – Portable Version
Bomber Command Memorial in London
The Nanton Cenotaph
As well as aircraft and artifacts, the museum displays an aviation art collection related to Bomber Command and the BCATP. Visitors to the museum enjoy some 250 pieces of aviation art that are integrated into our displays and all of which relates to our collection and the history that is our mandate. The collection includes 52 original paintings (15 of which were commissioned by the museum), over 55 limited edition prints, over 85 non-limited edition prints, and 57 replica nose art paintings on pieces of Lancaster and Halifax aircraft skin.
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 Database
British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. As the focus of a Commonwealth-wide effort to instruct aircrew, Canada made a major contribution to Allied air superiority during World War II.
Hours and Admission
School & Group Visits
About the Museum
Although the museum’s collection of aircraft has grown significantly over the years, the Society remains focused on its goals of honouring those who served with Bomber Command and the BCATP.
Aircraft Engines in our Museum Collection
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