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Canadian (and ex-Canadian) F-101 Voodoos


Martin Keenan sent us a list of Canadian Voodoos, which overlaps our list. This page shows his data, slightly revised for HTML purposes.


Last Updated:  November 21, 2005


Canada purchased F-101s in two batches.  The first batch was purchased in 1961, consisting of 56 F-101B and 10 F-101F aircraft.  The survivors of the first batch were exchanged in 1970 - 72 for 56 lower time F-101B and 10 F-101F aircraft.  These second batch aircraft served as front line interceptors for the Canadian Armed Forces until the end of 1984.  Additionally, one other F-101 (a unique electronic warfare conversion) was leased to Canada from 1982 to 1987.  Canadian Voodoo operations finally concluded in April 1987.
 
For more information on the history of the Voodoo in Canada, click here
 
 
Survivors from the first batch of Canadian Voodoos:
 
CF-101F 59-0400 (RCAF 17400) On display at the Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida as 59-0400 (August 2005)
CF-101F 59-0407 (RCAF 17407) On display in Proctor, Minnesota as 59-0407 (October 2005)
CF-101B 59-0438 (RCAF 17438) On display at Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida as 57-0438 (May 2005)
CF-101B 59-0455 (RCAF 17455) Cockpit under restoration, Bavaria, Germany (May 2005)
CF-101B 59-0471 (RCAF 17471) On display at Pate Museum of Transportation, Bourland, Texas as 17471 (December 2004)
CF-101B 59-0478 (RCAF 17478) On display at Panama City Marina, Panama City, Florida as 57-0478 (October 2004)
CF-101B 59-0483 (RCAF 17483) On display at May ANGB, Reno, Nevada as RF-101B 59-0483 -- Last Voodoo built (March 2002)
 
 
Survivors from the second batch of Canadian Voodoos:
 
CF-101F 56-0260 (CAF 101002) On display at Canadian War Museum, Ottawa Ontario as 101002 (June 2005)
CF-101F 56-0262 (CAF 101003) On display at CFS Goose Bay, Labrador as 101003 (September 2004)
CF-101F 56-0324 (CAF 101006) On display at former CFB Cornwallis, Nova Scotia as 101006 (February 2004).  Made last flight by an F-101, April 1987.
CF-101B 57-0268 (CAF 101008) On display at Air Force Heritage park, Winnipeg, Manitoba as 101008 (November 2005)
CF-101B 57-0289 (CAF 101011) On display at CFB Borden, Ontario as 101011 (May 2005)
CF-101B 57-0293 (CAF 101012) Privately owned (fuselage only), Uxbridge Ontario (October 2000)
CF-101B 57-0298 (CAF 101014) Derelict at CFB Bagotville as 101014 "Alouette Un Canada/Lark One Canada" (July 2005)
CF-101B 57-0299 (CAF 101015) On display at Veteran's Memorial Park, Levis, Quebec as 101015 (November 2004)
CF-101B 57-0321 (CAF 101021) On display at Calgary Aerospace Museum, Calgary, Alberta as 101021 (August 2005)
CF-101F 57-0322 (CAF 101022) On display at McChord AFB, Washington as 101022 (May 2003)
CF-101B 57-0340 (CAF 101025) On Display, Canada Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Ontario as 101025 (June 2005)
CF-101B 57-0341 (CAF 101027) On display at Air Defense Museum, CFB Bagotville, Quebec as 101027 (October 2005)
CF-101B 57-0346 (CAF 101028) On display at Preservation Park, Hillsborough, New Brunswick as 101028 (September 2003)
CF-101B 57-0354 (CAF 101030) On display at Comox Air Force Museum, CFB Comox, British Columbia as 101030 (October 2005)
CF-101B 57-0359 (CAF 101032) On display at Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta as 'RCAF 17425' (July 2004)
CF-101B 57-0362 (CAF 101034) On display at Western Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba as 101034 (November 2005)
CF-101B 57-0363 (CAF 101035) On display at Abbotsford, British Columbia as 101035 (January 2003)
CF-101B 57-0366 (CAF 101037) On display at Slemon Park (Former CFB Summerside), PEI as 101037 (July 2002)
CF-101B 57-0368 (CAF 101038) On display at Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta as 101038 (September 2004)
CF-101B 57-0373 (CAF 101040) On display at RCAF Memorial Museum, CFB Trenton, Ontario as 101040 (October 2005)
CF-101B 57-0374 (CAF 101041) On display at Bangor, Maine as 57-0377 (June 2005)
CF-101B 57-0380 (CAF 101043) On display at Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum, Halifax, Nova Scotia as 101043 'Lynx One Canada' (September 2005)
CF-101B 57-0381 (CAF 101044) On display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Peterson AFB, Colorado as 101044 (April 2005)
CF-101B 57-0382 (CAF 101045) On display at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton, Ontario as 101045 (November 2005)
CF-101B 57-0384 (CAF 101046) On display at Air Cadet Camp, CFB Trenton, Ontario as 101046 (October 2005)
CF-101B 57-0388 (CAF 101047) Privately owned (Fuselage only), Uxbridge Ontario (October 2000)
CF-101B 57-0391 (CAF 101048) Derelict at CFB Bagotville as 101048 (July 2005)
CF-101B 57-0396 (CAF 101050) Derelict at CFB Bagotville as 101050 (July 2005)
CF-101B 57-0398 (CAF 101051) On display at Thetford Mines, Quebec as 101051 (May 2003) 
CF-101B 57-0418 (CAF 101053) On display at Mirimichi Airport (Former CFB Chatham), Mirimichi, New Brunswick as 101053 (February 2004)
CF-101B 57-0420 (CAF 101054) On display at Museum of Aerospace Defence, CFB North Bay, Ontario as 101067 (October 2004)
CF-101B 57-0426 (CAF 101056) On display at CFB Cold Lake Alberta as 101056 (June 2004)
CF-101B 57-0429 (CAF 101057) Gate guardian, CFB Comox, BC as 101057 'Hawk One Canada' (October 2005)
CF-101B 57-0432 (CAF 101059) Derelict at CFB Bagotville as 101059 (July 2005)
CF-101B 57-0433 (CAF 101060) On display at Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta as 101060 (July 2004)
CF-101B 57-0442 (CAF 101063) In storage at Shearwater Aviation Museum, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia as 101063 (September 2003)
CF-101B 57-0444 (CAF 101065) On display at North Atlantic Aviation Museum, Gander, Newfoundland as 101065 (October 2003)
 
EF-101B 58-0300 (CAF 101067) On display, Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis - St. Paul Airport, Minnesota as 58-0300 (July 2005).  Made last U.S. F-101 flight, April 1987.
 
Missing:
 
CF-101F 57-0324 (CAF 101024) Previously on display at Tyndall, AFB, Fla, as 57-0324, subsequently disappeared circa 1999.  Fate?
CF-101B 57-0400 (CAF 101052) Previously preserved at Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation, Langley, BC as 101052.  Subsequently scrapped circa 1998?
Additionally, some first generation CF-101s that were sent to AMARC may still be extant as hulks or range targets. Any information would be appreciated.
 
 
 
Thanks to Jeff Rankin-Lowe, Andy Marden and Jerry Vernon for much of the information and updates for this list.
 
 
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