The Military Museums

David Rosenthal

David Rosenthal bailed out of his Halifax bomber on January 29th, 1944, a few hours after completing a bombing run over Berlin.

Ordnance Corps

The origin of the supply occupation in the army is vested in two separate and distinct Corps, namely the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps (RCOC) and the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps (RCASC).

Frank Pierce

Frank Pierce joined the RCMP reserve in 1937 and when war broke out in 1939 he joined the No.1 Provost Company of the Canadian army.

B-17 Flying Fortress

The Boeing Model 299 B-17 Flying Fortress was a four-engine heavy bomber developed for the US Army Air Corps (USAAC).

Queenston Heights 1812

On 18 June 1812, at the height of the Napoleonic conflict, American President James Madison signed a declaration of war against Britain and struck at the only British possession on the continent: Canada.

Afghanistan

In October 2001, the United States launched attacks against the Taliban and Al Qaeda forces following the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

David Waterman

David Waterman flew on Lancaster bombers during the Second World War with 408 squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force.

The Dental Corps

Dental services has long played a vital role in Canadian military operations through mitigation of death and suffering.

Factory Women

During the Second World War, the cry went out again for women to fill the needs in the factories and free men for military service.

RCEME

The RCEME is a branch of the Canadian Armed Forces that provides army engineering and maintenance support to combat field units.

Roy Baker

Roy Baker joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1942 and became an Instructor with the BCATP.

Roy Farran

Roy Farran was a British soldier, politician, farmer, author and journalist.

Royal 22nd Régiment

The famous Royal 22nd Regiment, nick-named the "Van Doos" in English, was raised during the First World War

Early Canadian Navy

The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) came into existence on May 4th, 1910 when the Naval Service Act became law.

Archibald Brown

Archibald Smellie Brown was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1892.

Minnie Robbins

Minnie Estelle Robbins was born in Wellandport, Ontario in 1892.

Strathcona's Peacekeepers

Members of Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) have served in virtually all of Canada’s peacekeeping missions since the 1950's

Art Booth

Flight Lieutenant Arthur Frederick Booth joined the Royal Canadian Air Force on February 12, 1940 from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Peacekeeping Monument

The Peacekeeping Monument is the only monument of its kind in the world.

Guinea Pig Club

The nature of air force casualties was quite different from those in the army or navy.

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