Found on this Website a few years ago.
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4492 Fleet Finch
first date: 26 June 1940 – Taken on strength
Category A damage on 22 May 1941 while with No. 4 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor Mills, PQ.
last date: 11 July 1941 – Struck off
First post on this blog on October 31st, 2012
Cam Harrod posted this on the Facebook group page British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Canada
Just joined the group and am happy I found it
Dad served at #9EFTS St Catherines from 1939-44.
Here is a picture of my actual Fleet Finch taken at #4 EFTS Windsor Mills Que
She is #4494 and I fly her in aviation events thru out Ontario
A black and white photograph of E. Weldon McKay in winter flight gear in front of a Fleet Finch II Model 16B with a sliding canopy for winter flying. The photo was taken while Weldon McKay was stationed at Elementary Flying Training School (EFTS) No. 4 Windsor Mills, Quebec. Weldon McKay received his training at No.4 EFTS from November 22, 1941 to January 31, 1942.
From the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Archive (source)
This is his plane…
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