RCAF pilots in NA-64 Yale training aircraft indulge in a mock attack and simulated dog fights in preparation for World War Two
Ontario Canada Date:1940 Duration:1 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
The Royal Canadian Air Force pilots train at Camp Borden in Ontario, Canada. RCAF pilots rush towards and board all-metal fuselage NA-64 Yale training aircraft at Camp Borden. The aircraft engines have already been started by ground crews, to save the time of manual starting. The aircraft take off for a mock attack. The aircraft in formations. They make interception attacks on approaching Avro Ansons. Explosions during the mock bombing raid. Simulated dog fights. the aircraft fly low during the fight. Pilots in the cockpits. The aircraft return to the Camp after the exercise.
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