Colonel Thauberger, Wing Commander 14 Wing and Captain Mary Cameron Kelly unveil a painting commissioned by the GAA that highlights Captain Kelley's unique aviation experience from aircraft technician to Aurora pilot.

Eric Wood (right), Honorary Colonel of 404 Squadron and master stain glass artist presents a beautiful RCAF crest  to Bert Campbell  Honorary Colonel of 405 Squadron who accepted it on behalf of the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

GMAM Society Chairman Ian Patrick presented two more GMAM Appreciation Awards
to George Saulnier and Luke Uhlman. George, Museum member Dave's brother, compiled and produced an historical video of Base Greenwood's inception and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). George lives and works in Arizona. Luke appropriated the research of Chris Larson and Russel Keddy ...of aircraft accidents and incidents during the war years here at base Greenwood into an interactive, on-line map showing location, type of aircraft, aircrew members and nationalities. Luke is Museum member Malcolm's son and lives and works in Bangor, Maine.
Patrick stressed that because of these initiatives, GMAM is not just a dust-collecting assortment of artifacts, but a growing collection of these types of projects, making GMAM always changing, always vibrant. Thanks to George and Luke.

Veteran Lancaster rear gunner Roy Loomer examines the rear turret restoration in the Museum's workshop. Roy's Lancaster was shot down on a raid over Germany. He survived bailing out suffering a broken ankle and spent time as a prisoner of war. Looking over the pieces of the turret he remarked " there sure wasn't a lot of room in there!"

As part of a Wing familiarization tour, Capt Robert Johnson and Major Al Baillie provided a Museum tour to Mr Steven Giegerich, U.S. Consul General in Halifax, and two of his staff members. Accompanying the Consul General on the tour was LCdr (USCG) Roland Orr, US Coast Guard exchange officer flying the CC130 Hercules with 413 Squadron. Of interest, in the restoration shop, was the forward fuselage of a US Army H21 helicopter used in the restoration of the Museum’s RCAF H44 “Flying Banana” helicopter of 1960's Search and Rescue fame. The H21 and H44 shared similar airframes.

Latest Museum donation, a disused piano from 14 Wing Band for the lounge area in the Museum Extension WW II displays. Carl West, Band member and Museum volunteer, tinkles the ivories during a break for the Bolingbroke Restoration team.

GMAM Society President Brian Handley, on behalf of the Society, presents to outgoing Wing Commander Col Pat Thauberger, a personalized stone along the Commemorative Gardens Walkway as a token of thanks for his invaluable assistance during his tenure as 14 Wing CO.
Accompanying Col Thauberger was his beautiful wife, Cathy.

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On behalf of the Museum Society, President Brian Handley and friends thanked Karen Taylor for her service and friendship over the years operating the FlightLine Cafe. Both will be sadly missed. Good luck Karen from all of us!