The Harvard

 I was in my home town on the weekend and was brought racing out of the house to what sounded like WW2 overhead!  Three Harvards flew low in formation, their characteristic rumble the result of their 9′ props going supersonic… stereo!

Thousands of airmen came from all over the world to Canada during WW2 to learn how to fly in the British Commonwealth Air Training Program, and this wicked little plane was used to prepare them to fly Spitfires and Hurricanes. Isn’t it great that someone cares enough to preserve and even FLY such relics of our past.  

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