A pair of CF-101Bs (serials 101065 and 101043) in service with No 416 Squadron
EF-101B - канадский "самолет-агрессор" со специальной электронной аппаратурой - был почти полностью окрашен в черный цвет и стал последним Voodoo, эксплуатировавшимся канадскими ВВС. До конца 1980-х он нес службу, а затем оказался в музее в Миннесоте.
Canada's 133rd Voodoo, the EF-101B serial 101067 used by No 414 Squadron as an ECM target from CFB North Bay; it is expected to remain in service for another year or two.
No 416 Squadron’s CF-101B serial 101043 in its special scheme for the 60th anniversary, with the inscription "Lynx Squadron Canada”. Note the overall white finish with black trim, compared with the standard overall high gloss grey.
The standard overall high gloss grey on serial 101065 of No 416 Squadron.
In service with No 416 Squadron, CF-101F serial 101003 (third aircraft in the second batch of Canadian Voodoos) lands at CFB Chatham.
The CAF squadrons operating CF-101Bs during 1984 each carried distinctive badge markings on the aircraft fins, such as No 409 Squadron
CF-101B serial 101014 was painted for the RCA F’s 60th anniversary in 1984 in this eye-catching finish with a blue nose and a red lark with a white head occupying the entire rear fuselage. In service with No 425 AW (F) Squadron, it has the inscription "Alouette un Canada" on the starboard side and Lark One Canada to port.
The CAF squadrons operating CF-101Bs during 1984 each carried distinctive badge markings on the aircraft fins, such as No 425 Squadron.