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HAN - Halifax Aircraft Network is a new web channel designed to tell the story of the World War II Halifax aircraft. Our vast collection of videos, interviews and recovery projects on the Halifax aircraft is one of a kind. We have dozens of eye witness accounts of incredible air battles and modern adventure recovery projects involving this rare, historic airplane.   


 Sweden Aircraft Recovery


Classic Interviews


The ReBuild Shop


The POW Story






Bomber Command Museum

  London Monument

 RCAF Trenton Museum 

  RCAF Americans

Special RCAF Commander Announcement

Documentaries                   Introduction Video 


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Halifax 57 Rescue (Canada) is




Media Release - New Internet Video Station For Halifax 57 Rescue (Canada)


able organization.

In 1995 we organized and managed the recovery of a WWII Halifax aircraft from 
Lake Mjosa in 750 feet of water near Hamar, Norway.  This Halifax NA337 has been restored and is on display in all its glory at the National Air Force Museum in Trenton, Ontario, Canada. Many other Halifax 57 Rescue recovery projects have taken place over the last 22 years!

We now have our own internet station called HAN - Halifax Aircraft Network.  You can find it on Dunrobincastle.com and it features videos on the Norway recovery project, the new Halifax Sweden Project, Classic Veterans Interviews, The REBUILDSHOP, Bomber Command Museum of Canada, The POW Story, RCAF Americans Projects, and the RCAF Museum in Trenton, Ontario.

Our current underwater salvage project is the recovery of a second Halifax aircraft, with future plans to restore it and display the bomber at the Bomber Command Museum of Canada in Nanton, Alberta.

We are constantly looking for government/corporate and private sponsors including public donations to continue our quest of honouring the veterans by saving their aircraft and combat history.

We have approached the Federal Government of Canada for financial support in this, our 150th year, but they have rejected our request for funding.

That means one thing. We urgently need the help of sponsors and the people of Canada to continue these historic projects to honour our veterans. Without any kind of support from our Federal Government, we are calling upon the people of Canada to help by donating to the important projects of Halifax 57 Rescue.

These are educational projects that are for Canada and the world. Dedicated to our veterans, that must be completed. We need your help.

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