Canadian Armed Forces Beech Muskateer 1970s – Photo History
Photos by Dr. John Blatherwick (unless otherwise indicated)
Write up by Henry Tenby
The Canadian Armed Forces took delivery of the Beech Muskateer as a single engine initial pilot trainer starting around 1970 and built up a small fleet as replacements to the RCAF DHC-1 Chipmunks which were used to train new recruit pilots going back to the 1950s.
The Beech Muskateer proved to be a very reliable training aircraft for the Canadian Armed Forces and remained active for about a quarter century until a fleet of BAe Hawks and Tucanos were acquired as pilot training aircraft starting in the late 1990s.
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