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Picture of the CCF T-6 Harvard Mk4 aircraft

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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed January 28, 2009:
Congrats. - an immac. photo. the detail is v. good indeed. I flew exact. this type in 1952/3 at no.4 F.T.S Curriefield Calgary. perspex canopy better than mk2,(fewer bars), instruments also clearer. I much preferred Needle & ball (turn & bank) than the 2 needles in RAF planes. But where is the neat radome that should sit behind aerial mast ? This too, was neater than Mk2's bulbous radome. I see the elevator is up for a spot-on 3-point touchdown,with possibly a touch of starboard rudder. All markings/paintwork A1, except "we" did not sport the flag on tail. Don't recognise aerials under fuselage, modern nav. aids maybe, ?
Happy memories. Brian Bowman. St Ives. Cambs. UK.