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31   Link   30 Priests learn to fly
Newspaper article from 1945 about Oblate missionaries learning to fly to work in the Canadian Arctic.
32   Link   RCAF arctic aerial mapping
An article in "Legion" (magazine of the Canadian war veterans association) about the Royal Canadian Air Force aerial mapping of the Arctic.
33   Link   NORAD: Watching the Skies
CBC News archival radio and television programs about the defence of North America in the 1950s and 1960s.
34   Link   Flying North
Flying North, South, East and West. The memoir of a pilot with extensive bush flying experience in Alaska.
35   Link   History of arctic navigation
An historical paper on aerial navigation near the North Pole.
36   Link   Eleventh Hour - Adventures around the Arctic Circle
Flying A Canso Flying Boat to Churchill, Repulse Bay, Chesterfeld Inlet and Igloolik in 1966.
37   Link   Western Canada Aviation Museum
Arctic and Canadian aviation history
38   Link   Graf Zepplin to the north pole
The airship Graf Zepplin's first arctic voyage in 1931.
39   Link   CanAero
Bob Baglow presents books and articles on bush flying in Canada's north, and more.
40   Link   Planes on Pedestals
Photos of classic aircraft displayed outdoors in communities across Canada.
41   Link   Pinetree Line new site
A new version of the Pinetree Line website is being constructed at this site.
42   Link   Jack Crowell
Meet Jack Crowell, one of the US airmen involved in the esablishment of the Frobisher Bay air base in the 1940s.
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