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Located at Brandon Municipal Airport on HW
#10, 1.6 km north of the City of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
LATITUDE: N 49 54' 35" | LONGITUDE: W 99 57'
03" | ELEVATION: 409 m
As You Were. . . August 2018 Webzine
CONFEDERATE AIR FORCE
PARTS I & II
B-17 SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
Friday, August 23, 1996 - Monday, August 26, 1996
Photos from the Garry Bolton Collection
AS YOU WERE . . . July 2018 Webzine
GEORGE COX OF THE RAF
Over 100 Photos Taken
While in Canada in the BCATP '42/'43
31 SFTS Training and Repair
Squadron ~ Kingston, Ontario
The Dinsdale Family hosted a special event at the
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum,
Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 at 10:30am
The museum is honoured to have the Dinsdale Family
Walter Dinsdale’s WWII weapons.
Included POW artifacts were also be donated by family
from the collections of the late Charles Shierlaw
and Leslie Anderson from Stalag lll
The presentation took place in front of the Dinsdale
Display in the main gallery.
The weapons in question were transferred from the Canadian
to Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum collection.
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The CATP Museum is a
non-profit, charitable organization founded and operated by volunteers.
The Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the British
Commonwealth Air Training Plan and serves as a unique memorial to those
airmen who trained and served, and especially those who died, while serving
their country in the air war of 1939-1945.
This is the only Museum in the
world dedicated solely to this goal and we think it is fitting that it
is located in Manitoba where so much of the training was carried out. At
the time the Plan was signed in December 1939, Canada had only 4,000
people in the Royal Canadian Air Force but enrollment reached 250,000 by
the end of 1943.
Aircrew personnel from Australia,
New Zealand, England and Canada were all trained under The Plan.
Canada was chosen as the training country because of its preferable climate
and the fact it was far from the dangers of enemy activity. The Plan
was referred to by Winston Churchill as Canada’s greatest contribution
to the allied victory and referred to by President Roosevelt as the “aerodrome
General CATP Museum Information
To commemorate the British Commonwealth
Air Training Plan by
telling its story, preserving its artifacts,
paying tribute to the thousands of Air
who gave their lives during WWII.
Summer Hours (May 1-September
10 am to 4 pm ~ Seven Days a
Winter Hours (October 1-April 30)
1 pm to 4 pm ~ Seven Days a Week
Adults: $7.50 ~ Youth 6-17): $4.00
University/College (with ID): $5.00
Family rate: $18.00
Under six years old - free.
WWII Veterans: Free and a free one year membership
$3.00 per student for school groups
(Bus driver and one supervisor
per ten students free.
Supervisors must participate
in the tour.)
price for tours: $25:00
Yearly membership fee: $30:00
For more information contact:
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum
Telephone (204) 727-2444; fax (204) 725-2334
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum Inc.
Box 3, Grp. 520, RR #5
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
CELEBRATING CATPM's 18th YEAR
ON THE WEB
Volunteer Webmaster: William G. Hillman
and SUE-ON HILLMAN ECLECTIC STUDIO
Photos by Bill Hillman ~ Copyright