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Greenwood Military Aviation Museum
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Established 1992
Location Greenwood, Nova Scotia

The Greenwood Military Aviation Museum is an aviation museum located in Greenwood, Nova Scotia. The museum houses 15 aircraft and is highlighted by its Avro Lancaster, one of only 17 remaining in the world and one of only three to have flown sorties over continental Europe.


The Greenwood Military Aviation Museum is located on CFB Greenwood. The base began its life in 1942 as RAF Station Greenwood, and in July 1944 became RCAF Station Greenwood. Following the Unification of the Canadian Armed Forces in 1968 the base became CFB Greenwood. The museum was begun in 1992 after being initiated by base commander Colonel Kenneth Allen (1941-2017). Since its inception the collection has grown to encompass a large array of aircraft from throughout the RCAF's history.



Lockheed P-2 Neptune (Greenwood)
Greenwood Military Aviation Museum's Lockheed P-2 Neptune in 2016
Aircraft Serial No.
Avro Lancaster B.X RCAF KB839 painted as JB266
Avro Anson Mk.II RCAF 7135
Beechcraft CT-128 Expeditor Mk.3N RCAF 2300 painted as AF662
Canadair CC-144 Challenger CF 144616
Bristol (Fairchild) Bolingbroke Mk IV.T RCAF 9997 painted as Blenheim EE-H/N3523
Canadair CP-107 Argus Mk.1 RCAF 10717
Canadair CT-133 Silver Star RCAF 21434
Douglas CC-129 Dakota Mk. IV U RCAF KN451 (ex 44-76590)
Lockheed CP-127 Neptune USN P2V-7 147969, painted as 24113
Lockheed CP-140A Arcturus CF 140119
Lockheed CC-130E Hercules CF 130328
Supermarine Spitfire (replica) -


Aircraft Serial No.
SAGEM CU161 Sperwer UAV CF 161028


Aircraft Serial No.
Boeing-Vertol CH-113A Labrador/Vertol 107-II-28 CF 11308
Vertol Canada CH-127/Piasecki H-44 RCAF 9592 (ex 60-5446)
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