In an apparent attempt to rationalize this double-assault on its sovereignty, the Canadian government formed something called the Royal Canadian Naval Air Service (RCNAS).
What does RCNAS stand for?
RCNAS stands for Royal Canadian Naval Air Service (Archaic; circa 1918)
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This led to the building of air stations at Halifax and Sydney, where sprogue American crews flew for six weeks without spotting a sub, yet the government, which knew nothing or little about the intrigue, formed something called the Royal Canadian Naval Air Service.
THE ORIGINS OF THE Royal Canadian Naval Air Service go back to the First World War, when the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) was formed in April 1915.