- to honour all those associated with Bomber Command during World War II.
- to commemorate the activities of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Alberta.
- to work towards the complete restoration of the Ian Bazalgette Memorial Lancaster to its wartime configuration.
- to collect, restore, and exhibit aircraft and artifacts related to Bomber Command and the BCATP.
- to inform the public as to the contributions and sacrifices
made by the men and women of Bomber Command and the BCATP.
Although much has been accomplished, development and expansion of our museum, displays, and programs continues.
Artifact AcquisitionThe Society is constantly attempting to expand its collection of aircraft and artifacts, as well as its library and archival material. Donations and advice regarding additions to our museum are most appreciated.
Artifact RestorationOur restoration shop is completely equipped with the tools and equipment required. We are working towards the restoration of all our aircraft and artifacts to their wartime configuration.
Public Education and InvolvementMany thousands of visitors tour the museum each year and are informed of the sacrifices made by so many in Bomber Command and the BCATP. The dedication of the Lancaster to S/L Ian Bazalgette VC DFC, the only Albertan to be awarded the Victoria Cross during World War II, brings to the attention of visitors the important roles played by Alberta and Canada.
Special consideration is made for veterans, school, and other groups which wish to visit the museum.
Development of New DisplaysThe Society is constantly striving to enhance the quality of our existing displays as well as develop new ones in order to do a better job of honouring those involved in Bomber Command and the BCATP.
NewlsetterA newsletter is published by the Society twice per year. This is delivered to our over 1000 members in all provinces of Canada, many of the United States, and several other countries.
Travelling DisplayThe Society attends airshows and other events during the year with a display designed to promote and advertise our museum.