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Canadian Warplanes 7: Helicopters, Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw

Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw

Data current to 11 January 2020.

 (DND Photo via Francois Dutil)

Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw Helicopter, RCAF (Serial No. 9632) and Vertol Canada CH-125 Workhorse, RCAF (Serial No. 9639).

Sikorsky S-58, RCAF H-34A, CH-126 Choctaw Helicopter (8), (Serial Nos. 9630-9635)

 (DND Photo via Francois Dutil)

Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw helicopter, RCAF (Serial No. 9622), Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw (Serial No. 9632) and Vertol Canada CH-125 Workhorse (Serial No. 9639).  These helicopters are from No. 108 Communications Flight which was heavily involved during the construction of the DEW Line. On the 1st of June 1958 the Flight was re-designated as No. 5 (Helicopter) Operational Training Unit and was tasked with training H-21 and H-34 pilots. No. 108 Flight was based at Rockcliffe and Bagotville.

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw Helicopter, RCAF (Serial No. 9635).

 (RCAF Photo courtesy of the Shearwater Aviation Museum)

Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw Helicopter, RCAF (Serial No. 9630).  

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw Helicopter, RCAF (Serial No. 9632). 

 (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4314086)

Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw Helicopter, HRH Princess Margaret, Harrington Lake, Quebec, Aug 1958.