“In Formation” (AAM Historical Newsletter)


  • May-Gorman Airplanes
  • Blatchford in the ‘Twenties and the Early Development of Bush Flying
  • Wilmot Pettit: Uncovering the Story of a Courageous Relative
  • Wallaby Airlines: Canadian Caribous Serve with the Aussies in Vietnam
  • Blatchford Field: The Emergence of Aviation as a National Fact During the 1920s
  • Maurice “Moss” Burbidge: Teaching Edmontonians to Fly
  • Remembering the Arrow Air Crash at Gander

In the November/December 2016 edition of In Formation:

  • Rosella Bjornson: Breaking Barriers in the Air
  • John Stewart Hart: The Last Surviving Canadian Airman
    from the Battle of Britain
  • A Headstone for Captain Arthur Roy Brown, DSC
  • TCA North Star Crash on Mt. Sleese, B.C. – December 9, 1956
  • Forestry “Green Tails”
  • Serving Royalty at 25,000 Feet

In the September/October 2016 edition of In Formation:

  • Lois Winifred Argue: The First RCAF (WD) at Blatchford Field
  • Ford Trimotor G-CARC: An Aircraft with a Rich Past
  • Searching for the “Russian Lindbergh”
  • Inventive Life of Warren Smith – Part 2

In the July/August edition of In Formation:

  • Cooking Lake Airport Turns 90
  • The Inventive Life of Warren Smith
  • The C-46 Commando: Developing Canada’s North