Just before Christmas, these photos of my father-in-law, now deceased, were found tucked away in a box by my sister-in-law. I really had little knowledge of his wartime activities other than knowing that his training had finished in 1945 and hostilities ended before he could be posted overseas. It would appear that he was last stationed at the Dunnville, Ontario base which was one of 28 Service Flying Training Schools in Canada, constructed under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. Dunnville was a single-engine school for advance flying training of future fighter pilots. Opened in 1940, it graduated some 2,500 pilots and 47 were killed in various accidents during the period of operation. Fortunately, it is also only a few hours drive and one of the last surviving bases. I'm going to try and get down to see the museum soon. http://www.dunnvilleairport.com/museum.php Interestingly, the Harvard Mk 2 shown with Serial Number 2904 was issued a certificate of airworthiness as late as 13 July 1985. My father-in-law, Doug Gardiner, is in the last photo. In the middle of the three sitting on the wing.