History

Nearly 10,000 American crossed the US/Canadian border and joined the RCAF & RAF before the US entered World War II.

As many as 5,000 or 6,000 more crossed the border to join the Royal Canadian Navy, The Canadian Army and also the many support services like the Ferry Command and the Air Transit Authority.

Men and women from all walks of life and from every State in the nation joined the fight for freedom long before Dec 7, 1941.

THIS SITE IS DEDICATED TO THEIR SERVICE & COURAGE in support of the bipartisan effort in Congress to award a Congressional Gold Medal.


Informational Links:

RCAF Americans

Texans in the RCAF

Help Comes From Many Sources

Canada’s Yanks

Americans in the RCAF during World War II

The Americans who died for Canada in WW II finally get their due

The Clayton Knight Committee

The Clayton Knight Committee

The Clayton Knight Committee