Wm Turbo Tarling

TURBO'S TOTAL FLYING HOURS

12,955 Hours


Captain Tarling retired from the Canadian Forces in 1982 when he reached Compulsory Retirement Age.

In his air force career he amassed 11,645 flying hours in 50 different types of aircraft, including 28 jets in the RCAF/CF

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The CF-100 Mark 3D

Although aged beyond its years, and simplistic almost to a fault, the Mark 3 was still an agile, impressive performer and a delight to fly.





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Expendable Wing Tip Combat Rocket Pods

That was the description of the CF-100 Mk. 5 armament in the AOIs; to us, they were simply rocket pods – visual evidence of our status as operational aircrew, flying operational aircraft on an operational squadron.




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PHOTO GALLERIES   (see all photo albums)

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T-33

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Hawk

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Invader

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Voodoo

 

JAM Jet Aircraft Museum

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