Unique interactive map that provides details of the aircraft accidents flown out of Greenwood during World War II.
Lancaster Living Legends
Recognition April 7, 2017
“April 7, 2017 (1100 to 1200 hrs) 14 Wing Greenwood Commander Colonel Pat Thauberger will honour seven WW II veteran Avro Lancaster aircrew and one former Lancaster production line worker at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum. The Museum's on-going reconfiguration of their Avro Lancaster aircraft to a WW II bomber configuration as flown by 405 Squadron will include special recognition to surviving veterans in a program called "Lancaster Living Legends". Special plaques which were engraved and personally signed by each veteran will be riveted to aluminium panels representing the interior of the aircraft. The plaques will be transferred to the actual aircraft at a later date. More details...
Flashback - 2004
Lancaster Tail Turret removed for restoration Photos
How this unique cancellation stamp came to be. STORY