Greetings! Some may be already be aware of my on-going research involving the former RCAF/RAF station Pennfield Ridge located in New Brunswick, Canada. Pennfield Ridge opened in July 1941 as part of the BCATP as No. 2 Air Navigational School. Less than a year later, 2 ANS moved out an the RAF moved in with it's No. 34 Operation Training Unit in April 1942. 34 OTU moved out in mid-1944 and the RCAF regain control of the station until October 1945. After this time, the airfield was used for several years by the nearby Canadian Infantry Training Center A-30, also known as Camp Utopia. Then it went into civil use with Trans-Canada Airlines until the late 1950s. In the 1960s, runway 2 was used for regional drag racing competion. Over the last few decades, the airfield has seen some moderate private aircraft use. Today, two of the three runways are being used in a seedweed drying industry. Only four structure remain... a firing bat and three munition bunkers. So, I am actively seeking individuals with first-hand accounts of time served at Pennfield Ridge or photographs/documents pertaining to the air station.