Taken on strength by the Canadian Armed Forces in December 1968, this would be one of the last Canadian Freedom Fighters in service when retired in September 1995. Stored over 10 years until sold in 2008 to the USA as N512BZ, it is still current with Tactical Air Support, Inc at the time of uploading.
Preserved at this time within Air base 726 with 9654 fake registration; Was in fact 51-9600; Has been transferred later to Toul and Nancy Air bases and finaly is now stored within Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace in Paris - Le Bourget.
Taken on strength January 17, 1983, this two seater was among the first Canadian Hornets to participate in Maple Flag exercises. It was placed on display in 4 Wing Garteway Park at the entrance to CFB Cold Lake in 2010.
Taken on strength in October 1970, this is ex USAF 57-368 with 425 Squadron. Retired in 1985 as an instructional airframe when the Voodoos finally left service. The aircraft is now on display at Reynolds Museum, Wetaskawin, AB.
This former US Army Beaver served in Korea and Vietnam as 51-16771. Imported back into Canada as C-GJZQ in late 1981 and bought by Air North in July 1982. Waglisla Airlines leased it during 1983-85. The aircraft is still current on the Canadian registry at the time of uploading in late 2018.
Due to budget constraints, only two of three planned Squadrons initially flew the CF-5s and this one was delivered straight to storage April 7, 1970. Pictured with 434 Squadron and a toned down fin participating in Maple Flag exercises. The fighter was withdrawn March 24, 1992 and gradually disassembled for spares.
Canadair Built Freedom Fighter that was in service with the Canadian Armed Forces from August 5, 1969. 116824 was one of the last operational CF-5s, placed in storage by June 1995. Leaving the Mountainview, ONT storage facility in July 2011, it entered the US Registry as N824LG on January 30, 2012. The aircraft is current with Fast Jets Llc at the time of uploading.