Posted Jan 26th, 2022 in News
The museum had a Tyvek wall installed on top of the block wall that divides hangar 1 in half.
The Tyvek goes all the way up to the hangar ceiling to block drafts and keep birds out of the museum.
The wind storm on Saturday December 11/2021 flipped the road sign over. The plastic sheets that hold the letters were wrecked and a gate hinge was bent.
The sign was righted and moved into the hangar for repair.
Posted Dec 9th, 2020 in News
The museum was gifted a piano a number of years ago. We are currently make some changes to our displays and want to pass the piano on to another good home.
There were some comments from the Executive that the north/road facing hangar lettering was looking faded.
We found a local painter: Finishing Touches – Marina Johnson.
Posted Jul 7th, 2016 in History
Download the details of the 47 fatalities while the base was in operation as a training facility.
Posted Jul 7th, 2016 in News, Events
Buy your tickets to win this limited edition, framed print by Lance Russwurm to support the work of the No. 6 RCAF Museum.
Posted Jul 7th, 2016 in Events
Join us for Concert in the Clouds, with internationally renowned and award-winning Americana/Country songstress Tia McGraff, from Port Dover.
Posted Jul 7th, 2016 in News
The Museum records of pilot trainees has been converted to searchable digital files to facilitate the search for student names in response to requests from family members.
Posted Jul 1st, 2016 in Events
Every Tuesday, a dedicated crew of volunteers gathers to maintain and enhance the Museum, service and maintain the planes and maintain the Airport grounds.
Posted Apr 16th, 2014 in News, History
After nearly 70 years, a plaque was dedicated at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp to recognize that 168 Allied aircrew were illegally imprisoned there from August 20 to November 28, 1944.
Come and visit our museum for a taste of the life of WW2 RCAF Trainees.