Military historian candidate is first recipient of Air Vice Marshal Keith Hodson Scholarship

A man wearing an olive green flight suit over a navy blue T-shirt and a man wearing a dark blue blazer, cream pants and a shirt and tie, look at the contents of a dark blue leather-covered folder with an image of a gold crest on the front. They are indoors; behind them is an aircraft.
Major-General Blaise Frawley, Deputy Commander, Royal Canadian Air Force presents Peter Rayls with the Keith Hodson Scholarship Award on July 12, 2019, during a gathering at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa, Ontario. PHOTO: Corporal Desiree T. Bourdon, FA01-2019-0031-002

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Peter Rayls, a Ph.D. candidate studying Canadian military history at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, is the first recipient of the Air Vice Marshal Keith Hodson Scholarship, awarded to him for his research on the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).

The Air Vice Marshal Hodson Scholarship will be presented annually to a graduate student whose thesis makes a significant contribution to the theme of Canadian military aviation. Read the rest of the article . . .

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