Aviation-related Magazines Guide
||Issues per Year: 4
|First Year: 1977
||Last Year: current
Publisher: Airforce Productions Ltd
Country: Canada Language: English
Main Genre: local
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes
Subtitled ‘The Magazine of Canada’s Air Force Heritage’. Airforce is the official “house organ” of the 60,000 strong Air Force Association of Canada (formerly RCAF Association). Distributed to serving members of Canada’s air force, it is also available on newsstands throughout the country. The magazine has been published quarterly since 1977.
‘Airforce’ is a 64 page full colour publication published four times per year, which has a long-standing policy of featuring aviation art on its covers. Stories and articles focus on military aviation in Canada, past, present and future; the proud history of the Royal Canadian Air Force; current activities of Canada’s present day air force and frequent updates on developments in the aviation and aerospace industry. Regular features include a guest editorial, Royal Canadian Air Cadet news, a review section on aviation and military related books, videos and music, Association news and an always interesting “Airmail” or letters-to-the-editor section.
The editor since December 1993 has been Vic Johnson. Vol.26 No.4 was dated Winter 2003/2003. The magazine was created out of the ashes of its predecessor ‘Wings at Home’, a utilitarian newsletter of the Association.
Further information: AW (Fred) Aldworth, Managing Director, Air Force Productions Limited, Box 2460 Stn D, Ottawa ON K1P 5W6. Tel: +1 613 992 3962, Fax: +1 613 995 2196. Email: email@example.com, website: http://www.airforce.ca/
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