Ventura Memorial Flight Association
Contributed by Anthony T. Jarvis email@example.com
Actual Aircraft Photos
Photo by Northern News Service of our aircraft immediately after it has been lifted from the tundra by a Chinook helicopter of 447 T.H. Sqdn., CAF. on June 18th, 1988 at 8:00 P.M. local Yellowknife time.
August 9th, 1987, when I did the first inspection of the aircraft.
This year and shows how much we have stripped the Ventura down in order to access and inspect the damaged areas.
What we believe is our aircraft being serviced at Annette Island, Alaska, while the 149 BR.(RCAF) squadron was based there. It is quite possibly the only shot we have of our aircraft in service.
Our area of the EAHS Hangar facility in Edmonton. We occupy this corner location which allows us access to airside at the Edmonton Downtown Airport. This photo was taken prior to us moving the wings over to SPAR.
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