Bomber Command Museum of Canada is located in Nanton, Alberta, Canada. The facility is dedicated to presenting and preserving the story of the thousands of Canadians and Americans who served in Royal Air Force Bomber Command and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) during the Second World War.
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Bomber Command Museum of Canada trio awarded Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
Karl Kjarsgaard, Halifax bomber expert, receives honours
Song ‘Splice the Main Brace’ released on Black Tot Day
Commemorative Air Force salutes Her Majesty The Queen and military veterans
Plain Text Edition: Commemorative Air Force salutes Her Majesty The Queen and military veterans
Dambusters remembered at Bomber Command Museum of Canada
Bomber Command Museum of Canada celebrates 30 years
RCAF to award pilot wings minted from remains of Halifax bomber
Commemorative Air Force colonel donates WW2 RCAF New Testament to Bomber Command Museum of Canada
Fairchild Bolingbroke (Bristol Blenheim) at Nanton museum recalls RCAF role in WW2 Alaska
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