18 May 2022
  • In the media

    Red Deer Advocate

    Featured in the Red Deer Advocate in preparation for the upcoming memorial ceremony to be conducted for P/O David Merry and his pupil LAC George Conway. The story was featured both on the website of [Read more]
  • Articles

    The Doolittle raid

    Shortly after 8am in the morning of 18 April 1942 all 16 of Jimmy Doolittle’s B-25 Mitchell bombers successfully take off from the carrier deck of USS Hornet (CV-8). Due to the risk of being [Read more]
  • Cyril Devaux

    Crash of Oxford X6734

    On 3 May 1944 LAC Cyril Devaux takes his first familiarization flight on the Cessna Crane type with instructor F/O Larsen as 1st Pilot. Three flights entered in his log book for 7, 8 and [Read more]
  • Articles

    Tribute, respect and Ross Stewart

    At present the Log Book is with Nick’s sister Simonne at the Rockville Hub awaiting its next appointment. On 22 March the book was treated with an excursion paying respect at the Arlington National Cemetery [Read more]

Recent Signess

Signees

Achille Muller

Col Achille Muller, a veteran of the Special Air Service (SAS), signed the Log Book at his home in Billère, France in the presence of Mr. Pierre-Alain Letourneur who graciously facilitated the book’s presentation. The [Read more]

Recent articles

Articles

The Doolittle raid

Shortly after 8am in the morning of 18 April 1942 all 16 of Jimmy Doolittle’s B-25 Mitchell bombers successfully take off from the carrier deck of USS Hornet (CV-8). Due to the risk of being [Read more]

Articles

Coming (a)Cross the past

Esmond Farfan, distinguished Trinidad WWII veteran pilot and author of “Five Years in WWII” passed away, aged 99, on 10 March. He was in fact brought to my attention years earlier but his physical condition [Read more]

In the Spotlight

Thomas Keneally

THOMAS KENEALLY – Civilian, author of “Schindler’s Ark” Mr Thomas Keneally signing The Log Book Almost 40 years ago, Thomos Keneally, intent on buying a briefcase, entered a leather goods store owned by a man [Read more]

Cyril Devaux

Cyril Devaux

Crash of Oxford X6734

On 3 May 1944 LAC Cyril Devaux takes his first familiarization flight on the Cessna Crane type with instructor F/O Larsen as 1st Pilot. Three flights entered in his log book for 7, 8 and [Read more]

Cyril Devaux

Tiger Moth N9151

Cyril Devaux earnes his Pilot’s Flying Badge at No. 3 S.F.T.S Calgary on October 27th 1944. At the time he is unaware of the acquaintance with Tiger Moth N9151 he is about to make. The [Read more]

We remember

Obituaries

Veterans Breakfast Club

The Journey – 312 113 km