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As it turned out, this was to be the only flht of Canada's first military aircraft. Capt Janney, now without an aircraft, resned his commission and returned to Canada.
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The aircraft selected was a float-equipped Burgess-Dunne bi-plane from the Burgess Aviation Company of Massachusetts. Upon his arrival in Sorel, Quebec, Canada Customs arrested Capt Janney and the aircraft was impounded. After landing at Plymouth, England, the aircraft was off-loaded and shipped to Salisbury Plain were it was considered unsuitable for military service.
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After Canada Customs received notification from the Department of the Militia and Defence, Capt Janney and the aircraft were released. It was placed in storage, where it eventually rotted and was written off.
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From those austere beginnings on 23 February 1909 on Bras-d'Or Lake with J. Canada's military interest in aviation was very slow in starting. Mc Curdy demonstrated the Silver Dart and the Baddeck No. But every time an attempt was made, they were frustrated on the grounds of "no funds available." On 16 September 1914 (while the orinal Canadian Expeditionary Force was forming up in Valcartier), Col Sam Hughes, Minister for the Militia and Defence, authorized the creation of the Canadian Aviation Corps (CAC). Janney of Galt, Ontario, was appointed as the "Provisional Commander of the CAC" with the rank of Captain.
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Rating: 88 / 100
Overall: 97 Rates