Museum Musings: Piecing together the story of missing military jet
from Whistler Question
On March 22, 1956, a T33 military jet mysteriously disappeared over the Callaghan Valley. The two pilots were never found, and 60 years later only a few pieces have been recovered that would give us any clue as to what happened to the two men inside the plane when it went down. They were First Officers James Miller and Gerald Stubbs of the 409 Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Their flight was only scheduled to take an hour and a half and was supposed to stay within a 100-mile radius of the Comox base on Vancouver Island.
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