“New” military aircraft for Alberta museums
Three aircraft recently placed in Alberta museums figured prominently in training Canadian and Allied pilots for two world wars.
At the new location of the Royal Alberta Museum, in the centre of downtown Edmonton, Alberta, is a restored Canadian-built 1918 Curtiss JN-4 (Canadian). Known as a “Canuck” to distinguish it from the American version, the “Jenny”, it hangs suspended in the entrance of its new home. Read the rest of the story . . .
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