The New Brunswick Aviation Museum is working hard to acquire a deHavilland Vampire and a Canadair Sabre. Both aircraft have strong ties to Royal Canadian Air Force Station Chatham, New Brunswick. In 1949, 421 Squadron was re-formed in Chatham and provided with Vampire aircraft to become Canada's second jet fighter squadron. Vampires were also used at No. 1 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit until they were replaced by the F-86 Sabre. Chatham was the Canadian home of the Sabre until 1968.
New Brunswick Aviation Museum
Registered Name: New Brunswick Aviation Museum, Inc.
Business Number: 803212737RR0001
deHavilland Vampire and Canadair F-86 Sabre
Campaign Ends March 28, 2024
$1,280 raised out of $250,000 goal
3 years, 6 months to go