What saved the RCAF and made it a formidable force was the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) negotiated in Spring 1939.
What does BCATP stand for?
BCATP stands for British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (WWII pilots)
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2ANS was a component part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) and, as such, was commanded by Group Captain (G/C) H.
They went on to become instructors for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan but were offered jobs with the China National Air Corporation (CNAC), which was half-owned by the Chinese government and Pan American Airways.
Finally, however, reason prevailed and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan was born.
When Canada undertook the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, it sent the first group of aircrew overseas in March 1941.
Nanton and various small towns throughout the Prairie region have prevailing cultural ties with Bomber Command and aviation history, largely as a result of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
British demands without the provision of support were also evident in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
Prime Minister Mackenzie King noted early during negotiations for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan that the Brits had a way of getting peoples' backs up on this side of the ocean.