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Event: SPEAKER'S PANEL - 50th Anniversary of the Buffalo Nine

Date: August 10, 2024

Location: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

Time: 11 am

Admission: Included with museum admission. Regular admission rates are Adults (18-64) $16, Seniors (65+) $14, Students (13-17) $14, Youth (6-12) $11. Free admission for museum members and children 5 & under.

Details:

A 30 minute presentation followed by questions and answers on the 50th Anniversary of the Buffalo Nine.

Buffalo #461 was a Canadian military de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo assigned to the second United Nations Emergency Force force in Syria in support of United Nations Security Council Resolution 340. Assigned to a peacekeeping force, Buffalo #461 was shot down by three Syrian missiles on August 9, 1974, killing all nine passengers and crew. The loss of Buffalo #461 remains the largest single-incident loss of life in the history of Canadian peacekeeping operations.



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