This is the last B-52D to leave March AFB bringing a close to bomber ops for the 22BW. The aircraft was flown to Barksdale AFB for display and the day was marred by frigid rain and hail just as the B-52 departed.
Taxiing out in preparation to return to Comox after flying at the 1982 March Open House. 409Sqn "Nighthawks" brought a pair of Voodoo's for the flying display in place of the Thunderbirds which were still grounded after the tragic crash at Indian Springs in January 1982. The previous fall saw 409Sqn bring a 4 ship of Voodoo's to March.
This 1972 Twin Otter was acquired from Wardair (picture in your mind red in place of the light blue in the color scheme) September 1979. Sold October 1984 (just before Southern Frontier was itself bought by Time Air), the aircraft had several short leases in 1985 before moving to the USA in May 1985 as N90WF. Later N86LU, it has been N167WC registered to Washington Corporation since 1993.