Clarence Simonsen’s research is always interesting even if it takes time to read. There will be a follow-up on this post since someone took a lot of pleasure in reading all what Clarence wrote about KB760.
The First Vintage Flying Wings of Canada at Calgary, Alberta
Research by Clarence Simonsen
Flying Officer Jack Carter and his Lancaster KB760, NA-P for “Panic.”
Arthur John Edward “Jack” Carter was born in Wadena, Saskatchewan, on 16 April 1922. He graduated from High School in 1939, and enlisted in the RCAF at Saskatoon, Sask., on 8 May 1941. He spent four weeks at a manning depot where he was interviewed, tested, and lectured, plus long hours of drill where he learned to salute and march for the salary of $1.30 per day. After recruit training, he moved a step higher when he was selected for pilot training, which took him to three different training schools.
Jack was first posted to No. 4 Initial Training School, Edmonton, Alberta, graduated 5 August 1941, and arrived at No. 5 E.F.T.S. at Lethbridge, Alberta, where he graduated on 25 September 1941.
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