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Old 16th February 2015, 13:48
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Identification of crashed RCAF aircraft

On 13. June 1967, the 21 year old Norwegian pilot trainee Geir Corbet Tvedte was killed in an accident with his RCAF instructor near Kendall AFB in Canada when practicing low level flights in a T-33 (or Canadair built). Can anyone provide more details and i.d. of the aircraft.
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Old 16th February 2015, 14:56
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Re: Identification of crashed RCAF aircraft

Flying Officer Boyd, Harold Malcolm CT-133 Silver Star 21095 13 June 1967
http://rcafassociation.ca/honours-aw...alties-rcafcf/
Canadair CT-133 Silver Star Mk 3 21095
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Old 16th February 2015, 16:27
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Re: Identification of crashed RCAF aircraft

Thank you Revi16 for express respons.
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Old 16th February 2015, 19:28
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Re: Identification of crashed RCAF aircraft

I'm at a loss where Kendall AFB is/was? Or is it the town of Kendal in Saskatchewan?

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Old 16th February 2015, 19:41
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Re: Identification of crashed RCAF aircraft

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I'm at a loss where Kendall AFB is/was? Or is it the town of Kendal in Saskatchewan?

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RCAF Moose Jaw is close to Kendal.
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Old 17th February 2015, 10:30
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Re: Identification of crashed RCAF aircraft

Thank you for clearing up this misunderstanding. Can you also provide me with the cause of this accident.
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