HARVARDS UP EARLY - an original acrylic painting by Lance Russwurm


Two aircraft belonging to the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association fly over their base near Tillsonburg, Ontario. Harvards were the standard advanced trainer during World War II for most of the allied air forces. In the US, they were called AT6s by the Army Air Force and SNJs by the Navy. Australians called them "Whirraways". These two aircraft are still flown today by The Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association.The purpose of the organization is to keep these old trainers flying and to educate people about Canada's role in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.

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