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Saskatchewan RCAF Stations

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  1. Bryan Gerrie

    Good afternoon – I have come into possession of a photo of airmen of “Y Flight” from No. 7 ITS RCAF SASKATOON. It lists the names of all the airmen and has signatures and comments from most if them on the back of the photo.

    I’m going to contact one of the Saskatoon legions to see if there is any interest in seeing it.

    Thank you – Bryan
    Bryan Gerrie – President
    Col. Moore Branch No. 26 Banff
    Royal Canadian Legion

    1. Nathan Kachur


      Thank you for your comment. I am working on compiling course nominal rolls and photos for every course at each school. If you are able and willing I would appreciate a scan of the items you have. I will add a page to the site to document the group. I would also like to suggest the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum in Brandon, Manitoba as a potential repository of these items.

      Thank you for reaching out.

  2. John Ross

    Can anyone give me information on the small RAF Cemetery just outside of Moosejaw… There is just a small sign indicating the Cemetery and it is hard to find the Cemetery. I gave tried Veterans Affairs and CWG and they have no record of the Cemetery

  3. Steve Oatway

    Thanks for your great efforts in building this website. I was referred here by Ken Meintzer, an authority on the BCATP in Alberta. My father, Wallace R Oatway, joined the RCAF in Dec 1941 and earned his Wings in Oct 1942 then was posted as a Bombing Instructor to #5 B&G School at Dafoe, Sask from Dec 42-July 1943. He then went on to advanced courses in England and saw action with 424 and 434 Squadrons and was awarded the DFC. I have photos from Dafoe and all his experiences.

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