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Women in STEM: A conversation with Jasmine Shaw
Ingenium - Canada's…
Nov 10, 2020
This month, the Ingenium Channel is highlighting a series of talented, Canadian women who are participating in the Dr. Roberta Bondar Career Development Program.
Women in aviation: A conversation with Brigadier-General Lise Bourgon
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation
Nov 28, 2019
This fall, the Canada Aviation and Space Museum proudly welcomed a helicopter from the Royal Canadian Armed Forces (RCAF) into the museum's permanent collection.
Remembering life as an Air Force “brat”
Ingenium – Canada's Museums of Science and Technology
Nov 7, 2018
I grew up as the son of a serving member of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF). Although we were officially designated “dependents,” my brother and I have ever since been Air Force “brats” — a term that is shared only with great affection among all of us who shared that life. Dad wasn’t a pilot, but along with his team in Sabre Maintenance, he sure kept them flying. And I’ve never yet heard of a pilot who forgets to acknowledge his or her ground crew’s efforts. Growing up as brats, we certainly
The Second Dawn of the Aurora
Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Jan 2, 2018
Synopsis: Colonel Ernie Cable, CD (Ret’d) explains from his own personal experience what he calls the “First Dawn of the Aurora,” giving background on Canada’s multi-mission, maritime/Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft version of the Lockheed P-3C Orion aircraft with Lockheed S-3A Viking avionics and sensors which the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) calls the Aurora. In his presentation, Col. Cable covers the Aurora program from the 90s to the present. Modifications from
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