Great War Flying Museum OJOA Adventure


The OJOA was specially invited to attend the Great War Flying Museum with our Jaguars on Saturday June 16th.

The Museum which is located at the Brampton Caledon Airport has eight highly authentic flying replicas (built using original plans and period correct engines) of WW1 Fighter aircraft including the Red Baron's Fokker Triplane. We were able to get up close and personal with these historic airplanes and tour the interesting museum.

Six daring members were lucky enough to fly as the rear seat observer, with an Air Canada pilot at the controls, of a 1917 Sopwith One and One Half V Strutter British two seater fighter plane manning a Lewis machine gun facing rearward to ward of attacking German fighters.

Many thanks to Steve Sherriff who organized the event. The weather was great the observers & the sky was limitless for the flyers.

Photos by
Josephine O'Brien & Tracy Kailan


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June 21, 2018 by Webmaster