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For more than 80 years Edmonton’s Blatchford Field was the centre of a bustling aviation community that spurred the growth of the city, the region and the North. Hundreds of men and women let their dreams take flight from this historic airfield, flying everything from biplanes to bush planes, bombers to jets.

The Alberta Aviation Museum is committed to keeping that aviation heritage alive by sharing their stories, offering educational programs and producing online content.

Now hiring: Volunteer and Rental Coordinator. (Details here.) 

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Keeping the History of 418 Squadron Alive

Jim Gillespie and Ron Sharpe have been on a mission since retiring from the Canadian Air Force more than 30 years ago. They have been working to ensuring the history and camaraderie ...

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