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 Royal Canadian Air Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The ensign of the Royal Canadian Air Force was based on the ensign of the Royal Air Force, a light blue ensign with the Canadian Roundel.
On February 1, 1968, the Royal Canadian Air Force was merged with the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Army to form the Canadian Armed Forces.
Following the decision to remove civil duties from the Royal Canadian Navy in the mid-1930s and return that organization to a purely military operation, in 1936, it was decided the RCAF should follow suit.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Royal_Canadian_Air_Force   (1850 words)

  
 United Kingdom: Royal Air Force
Royal Air Force Ensign is to be hoisted daily at the Headquarters of the force, Headquarters of area and independent commands, from airships, and at stations and units given in the appendix to this Order.
On ceremonial occasions when United States military forces only are involved the Royal Air Force ensign should be raised before the ceremony so that the United States National Anthem only is played while the United States flag is being raised or lowered.
When both United States flag and the Royal Air Force ensign are flown at military installations, both will be raised and lowered simultaneously.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/gb-raf.html   (4161 words)

  
 wiki/RAF Bases Definition / wiki/RAF Bases Research
Aircraft SquadronsThis is a list of Royal Air Force aircraft squadrons.
RAF MonaRAF Mona is a Royal Air Force station on the island of Anglesey, Wales.
2 GroupNumber 2 Group of the Royal Air Force is one of the three groups in RAF Strike Command.
www.elresearch.com /wiki/RAF_Bases   (5064 words)

  
 index
Most of the airmen buried here died while serving at the Royal Canadian Air Force base on Sea Island; some of the soldiers belonged to the Veterans Guard of Canada, who protected air force stations and performed other guard duties.
Among the sailors were men from the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteeer Reserve training establishment HMCS 'Discovery'.
Served in the Canadian Militia 1910 - 1958; Commanded Canadian Bisley [Shooting] Team 1934; Commander of Canadian Army Staff in the USA 1944-1946; Honourary Colonel of the BC Regiment.
www.city.vancouver.bc.ca /COMMSVCS/NONMARKEtOPERATIONS/MOUNTAINVIEW/military   (1128 words)

  
 Canada, the Fleet Air Arm and the Commonwealth 1939-1945
Naval and air forces are not included, with the exception of their more notable land force elements (e.g.
Canadian Naval Air Group (CNAG) The Canadian Naval Air Group, formed by and for those who have served as part of Canadian Naval Aviation.
Its duties are to mark and maintain the graves of the members of the forces of the Commonwealth who were killed in the two world wars, to build memorials to those who have no known grave and to keep records and registers.
www.fleetairarmarchive.net /commonwealthcountries/canadahomepage.html   (2876 words)

  
 Bruce Forsyth 's Military History Page
Royal Canadian Air Force Detachment Saint John closed in early 1944, although a small six member Detachment remained behind until May 1947, when the Millidgeville Airport was returned to the City of Saint John.
After Unification all military establishments were classed as either Canadian Forces Base, for establishments with 2 or more major units, or Canadian Forces Station, for establishments with only one major unit, such as a radar station.
Royal Roads served as the officer training centre for the Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve (RCNVR) - the "Wavy Navy" as it was affectionately known.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/Quarters/2529   (19002 words)

  
 Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)
A reunion for everyone, American or Canadian, military or civilian who ever lived or worked on any of the 44 Pinetree line Radar Stations across Canada will be held in Gimli Manitoba 8-10 July 2002
Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada
Any information of which units were stationed at Rhoose airport during this time would be appreciated as all links to the past for me are gone my mother was Irene Ward she never had any other children and never got over Ernie and her familys resentment of him.
www.webdirect2000.com /RCAF/RCAFMsgBrd.html   (2703 words)

  
 Distant Early Warning Line - TheBestLinks.com - DEW Line, Alaska, Arctic Circle, Aleutian Islands, ...
The majority of Canadian DEW Line stations were the responsibility of the Royal Canadian Air Force (Canadian Armed Forces after 1968) although some manned facilities were jointly staffed with the U.S. Air Force.
A number of stations were shut, but the bulk were retained to monitor potential Soviet air activities and to assert Canada's sovereignty in the Arctic.
The Distant Early Warning Line (DEW Line) was a system of radar stations in the Canadian high Arctic, with additional stations along the north coast and Aleutian Islands of Alaska and on the Greenland ice pack and in Iceland.
www.thebestlinks.com /DEW_Line.html   (604 words)

  
 BeatleLinks - Collection
Some of these items are listed below with separate pricing, and you can click on either the pictures or titles of the items to send an e-mail to the seller for more information about that specific item.
To obtain a complete list of the items for sale, to receive larger pictures of the items below, or to ask any questions about the collection, please contact the seller - tgew_1951@btconnect.com - for more information.
To obtain a complete list of the items for sale, to receive larger pictures of the items above, or to ask any questions about the collection, please contact the seller - tgew_1951@btconnect.com - for more information.
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 Quotations,
Reagan was quoting `High Flight,' a sonnet written by John Gillespie Magee, a pilot with the Royal Canadian Air Force in the Second World War.
He came to Britain, flew in a Spitfire squadron, and was killed at the age of nineteen on 11 December 1941 during a training flight from the airfield near Scopwick.
It was also used for years as the close-down reading of a local Washington TV station.
www.qunl.com /rees0008.html   (705 words)

  
 The Telegraph Office -- for Telegraph Key Collectors and Historians
SOS Wheel from "Gibson Girl": Taken from a life raft of a downed U. Army Air Force B-17 bomber.
History of the Cable station at Canso and Hazel Hill: An early cable station documented by a extremely well done Canadian effort.
Jame's Doty's list of Telegraph companies: A comprehensive list from the very beginning of the telegraph business.
www.telegraph-office.com /tel_off-page.html   (2958 words)

  
 Karen's Books - New Arrivals
A look at how railroad stations in Nebraska were depicted on picture postcards during the era of 1900-1920, when both postcard popularity and public travel by rail was at its zenith.
The final glorious decade of Canadian Pacific steam in New Brunswick, Maine, and Quebec is showcased as seen through the eyes of some of America's finest color photographers.
This is the story of the depots and way stations.
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 Central Identification Laboratory
Fox is also a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.
Sprague is a Fellow in College of American Pathologists, a Past President of the Society of Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Examiners and of the American Board of Pathology (Anatomic and Clinical).
His subsequent training (at the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory and the University of Hawaii, Manoa, Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology) has focused upon DNA analysis.
www.jpac.pacom.mil /CIL/Scientists.htm   (7931 words)

  
 Jones Encyclopedia of Media & Technology Information
The BBC derives authority from a royal charter, renewable every 10 to 15 years, and is administered by a 12-person board of governors and director general.
AMC went on the air in 1984 as a premium cable network, running vintage Hollywood films of the 1930s through 1950s, uncut and uninterrupted by commercial messages.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), created by a 1936 act of the Canadian parliament, is Canada’s public broadcaster and largest cultural institution.
www.jonesencyclo.com /profiles.cfm   (12062 words)

  
 RAFRA - Royal Air Force Acronyms
Editor (207 Squadron RAF Association, Royal Air Forces Register of Associations):
HQ STC - Headquarters Strike Command RAFVR (T) - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training branch)
WRAFVR (T) - Womens Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training branch) (disbanded with WRAF)
www.associations.rafinfo.org.uk /acronyms.htm   (1118 words)

  
 Sport Access : Sports directory
Reproducing all or any part of these pages the lists, the graphics, or the organizational layout without permission, is a violation of copyright law i Don't rip off my hard work!
RACING: A review of the action on day two of Royal Ascot at York.
The golf world continues to force Michelle Wie to be a superstar before she actually becomes one.
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 Bruce Forsyth 's Military History Page
Royal Canadian Air Force Station MacDonald re-opened in 1951 as the home of No. 4 Advanced Flying School and No. 1 Air Gunnery School (re-designated 2 years later as No. 1 Pilot Weopons School).
Royal Roads served as the officer training centre for the Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve (RCNVR) - the "Wavy Navy" as it was affectionately known.
In 1948, admission was opened to Army officer cadets and Royal Roads, again re-named the Canadian Services College Royal Roads, began training officer cadets from all three service branches in a two year college program.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/Quarters/2529   (8426 words)

  
 List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of stations operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), or stations where RCAF units existed, from 1924 until unification into the Canadian Armed Forces on February 1, 1968.
All RCAF facilities followed the naming tradition of the Royal Air Force, whereby the prefix RCAF (vs. RAF) was affixed.
This tradition was removed by Canadian Forces Air Command.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Royal_Canadian_Air_Force_stations   (243 words)

  
 Bruce Forsyth 's Military History Page
Prior to the Unification, military establishments across the country were identified as either Royal Canadian Air Force Station for the Air Force, His/Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship or Naval Radio Station for Naval shore stations or Camp or Barracks for the Army.
All that remains of RCAF Detachment Hartney is the abandoned and crumbling airfield and a quonset hut.
After Unification all military establishments were classed as either Canadian Forces Base, for establishments with 2 or more major units, or Canadian Forces Station, for establishments with only one major unit, such as a radar station.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/Quarters/2529   (19067 words)

  
 Society Fresh : Article 'Way Station'
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Related Items List of Railway Stations in Japan, List of railway companies in Japan, Railroad, Train station Japan, List of regions in Japan, Geography of Japan
Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak, originally published as Here Gather the Stars in two parts in Galaxy Magazine in June and August of 1963.
www.society-fresh.net /DisplayArticle824458.html   (329 words)

  
 Society Fresh : Article 'Way Station'
Text: List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations
Related Items List of Railway Stations in Japan, List of railway companies in Japan, Railroad, Train station Japan, List of regions in Japan, Geography of Japan
Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak, originally published as Here Gather the Stars in two parts in Galaxy Magazine in June and August of 1963.
www.society-fresh.net /DisplayArticle824458.html   (329 words)

  
 Roberto McAlmon
English version: List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations Next: Club De la Tabla Redonda Up
Todas las instalaciones del RCAF siguieron la tradición de nombramiento de la fuerza aérea real, por el que pusieran al RCAF del prefijo (contra la Royal Air Force).
Esta tradición fue quitada por el comando canadiense del aire de las fuerzas del sucesor de RCAF's cuando las bases de fuerza aérea canadienses fueron referidas mientras que una base de las fuerzas o un CFB canadiense.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/ro/Roberto%20McAlmon.htm   (329 words)

  
 Canadian Armed Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The environment remains unchanged throughout the member's career, regardless of the member's unit or base; thus, many units of the Canadian Forces, when on parade in dress uniform, will display a mix of navy, army, and air force uniforms.
All RCAF facilities had previously followed RAF practice by using the prefix "RCAF Station" or "RCAF Detachment" prefixes (see the list of RCAF stations).
In Land Force Command, army bases are beginning to see a use of the "camp" prefix again, and in one specific instance, CFB Gagetown is referred to by three names: CFB, the old pre-unification "Camp Gagetown" has now resurfaced, and the newer "Combat Training Centre (CTC) Gagetown" is also being used, particularly in highway signs.
www.hackettstown.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Canadian_Armed_Forces   (329 words)

  
 Society Fresh : Article 'Way Station'
Text: List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations
East Japan Railway Company (Tokyo-Atami) Central Japan Railway Company (Atami-Maibara) West Japan Railway Company (Maibara-Kobe) Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Stations 1.1 Tokyo Area 1.2 Tokaido Line 1.3 Biwako Line 1.4 Kyoto Line 1.5 Kobe Line 2 Trains 2.1 Daytime trains 2.2 Overnight trains
Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak, originally published as Here Gather the Stars in two parts in Galaxy Magazine in June and August of 1963.
www.society-fresh.net /DisplayArticle824458.html   (329 words)

  
 Society Fresh : Article 'Way Station'
Text: List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations
Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak, originally published as Here Gather the Stars in two parts in Galaxy Magazine in June and August of 1963.
Wallace is the only human being who knows of the existence of these aliens, until almost a hundred years later, when the US government becomes aware of and suspicious about his failure to age or die.
www.society-fresh.net /DisplayArticle824458.html   (329 words)

  
 Society Fresh : Article 'Way Station'
Text: List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations
Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak, originally published as Here Gather the Stars in two parts in Galaxy Magazine in June and August of 1963.
Wallace is the only human being who knows of the existence of these aliens, until almost a hundred years later, when the US government becomes aware of and suspicious about his failure to age or die.
www.society-fresh.net /DisplayArticle824458.html   (329 words)

  
 Society Fresh : Article 'Way Station'
Text: List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations
East Japan Railway Company (Tokyo-Atami) Central Japan Railway Company (Atami-Maibara) West Japan Railway Company (Maibara-Kobe) Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Stations 1.1 Tokyo Area 1.2 Tokaido Line 1.3 Biwako Line 1.4 Kyoto Line 1.5 Kobe Line 2 Trains 2.1 Daytime trains 2.2 Overnight trains
Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak, originally published as Here Gather the Stars in two parts in Galaxy Magazine in June and August of 1963.
www.society-fresh.net /DisplayArticle824458.html   (329 words)

  
 List of Royal Canadian Air Force stations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of stations operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) from its creation in 1924 until unification into the Canadian Armed Forces on February 1, 1968.
All RCAF facilities followed the naming tradition of the Royal Air Force, whereby the prefix RCAF (vs. RAF) was affixed.
This tradition was removed by the RCAF's successor Canadian Forces Air Command when Canadian air force bases were referred to as a Canadian Forces Base or CFB.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Royal_Canadian_Air_Force_stations   (329 words)

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