Pennfield Ridge Air Station
By G. Christian Larsen, President of "Pennfield Parish Military Historical Society"
For The Veterans, By The Veterans (and their families)

Updated July 18th, 2014
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Any and all material contained on these pages are released to the Veterans and/or their family for not-for-profit use only. For all other use, especially commercial, copyright applies and permission must be sought from the Pennfield Parish website coordinator, G. Christian Larsen.

"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."
Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)

2012: Airfield Veterans Remembered

PENNFIELD RIDGE WAR MEMORIAL SERVICE

A memorial service held to honour the seventy-eight (78) service personnel (70 Pennfield Ridge Air Station and 8 Camp Utopia) and seven (7) civilians killed at these two Charlotte County bases; remember those who have since gone on to join their comrades in the sky and listen to the stories from those we still have with us.

2009: Veterans who served in Pennfield remembered at Memorial Service
2010: Service held at Pennfield Ridge war memorial
2011: Airfield Kindles Memories

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British Commonwealth Air Training Plan

Pennfield Ridge

Pennfield Parish Military Historical Society (PPMHS)

Pennfield Ridge Air Station (21 July 1941-01 October 1945)

Pennfield Ridge War Memorial Service (2006-ongoing)

No.2 Air Navigation School (21 July 1941-30 May 1942)

No.34 Operational Training Unit (01 June 1942-19 May 1944)

No.2 Operational Training Unit(22 June 1942-20 August 1942)

No.127 (Fighter) Squadron (25 July 1943-17 Dec 1943)

RCAF Station (29 May 1944-01 October 1945)

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) (Civilian Airport: 1947-1951)

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