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Canadair CT-133 Silver Star 3 (CL-30)

Participating in the Dayton Air Fair as part of a four-ship demo team. - Photo taken at Dayton - James M. Cox Dayton International (DAY / KDAY) in Ohio, USA in July,

In early October 2014, Tutor fans gathered at 15 Wing Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the CT-114 Tutor.  After 50 years of steadfast service to the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), the Tutor was fêted by former and current pilots and technicians, aviation enthusiasts, photographers, and members of 15 Wing during a two-day celebration.

After 50 years of steadfast service to the Royal Canadian Air Force, the Tutor was fêted by former and current pilots and technicians, aviation enthusiasts, and members of 15 Wing during a two-day celebration.

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (CT-133 Silver Star in RCAF service) trainer.Royal Canadian Air Force Red Knights display team livery. Midlands Air Museum,Coventry Airport,England.

Lockheed Shooting Star Silver Star in RCAF service) trainer.

The controversial Bomarc Missile - The Bomarc was an anti-aircraft weapon, as was the Arrow. It would not defend against nuclear Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs). The Americans were planning to use the Bomarc to destroy bombers that their manned interceptors missed. The Bomarc carried a nuclear warhead and would destroy an enemy plane by detonating a nuclear explosion nearby. Canada was under some pressure to build northern Bomarc stations.

The controversial Bomarc Missile - The Bomarc was an anti-aircraft weapon, as…

Canadair Silver Star 3 London, Ontario pretty cool for something…

Lockheed T-33 'Shooting Star', jet trainer. First flight 1948

RCAF Used mainly for training in Canada and the U. Pinned by Tburg

T-33

Lockheed Shooting Star [Worked on these for a couple years at Hickam AFB in Hawaii]

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