A Spitfire pilot who did his training at Malton.
Course 50 – No.1 EFTS Malton, Ontario…
4 March to 26 March, 1942
31 March to 8 April, 1942
8 April to 18 April, 1942
19 April to 24 April, 1942
26 April, 1942
Training to become a pilot was not that easy. Many young recruits would died while learning to fly so did their instructors. Who were those unsung heroes who taught George Boudreau to fly?
Mr. May for most of his early training day.
Mr. Hall flew with George Boudreau once on March 13, 1942.
The sequence of instructions were in George’s log book for everyone to understand.
George flew on different Tiger Moths the last one being 5883.
Information from RWR Walker database
|5883||de Havilland||De Havilland Canada||Tiger Moth||I|
|first date: 1 November 1941 – Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command|
|To Leavens Brothers Aircraft in Toronto for overhaul…|
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