Saskatchewan has a rich civil and military aviation history and the Roland Groome Chapter of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society in Regina would like to share some of it with you during the Province’s Centennial Celebrations.
Come to the Regina's Hotel Saskatchewan Radisson Plaza May 12th to 14th, 2005, for the National Convention and AGM.
Join us May 13th on a one-day trip to the aviation museums at 15 Wing, Moose Jaw and Mossbank, and the Western Development Museum. Experience the modern developments in military aviation training with the NATO Flying Training in Canada program at the home of the Snowbirds in Moose Jaw.
Enjoy the presentations and discussions about the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Saskatchewan; the development of air services to the remote north; Roland Groome and the Barnstorming pioneers who caught the imagination of the public, and developed the west.
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