Dave Hewitt leads the formation in echelon right as the group sets up for a break over Woodstock airport.
Communities across Canada gathered on Nov. 11 to remember those who have served our country and made the ultimate sacrifice.
Woodstock, a small farming community in Southern Ontario, was no exception and bolstered a large turnout at the Cenotaph in Victoria Park. Veterans, police, firefighters and paramedics assembled while the community remembered the sacrifice of those who have served the country in peace and war.
Glenn Goldman joined the Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Team with his Beechcraft T-34 Mentor.
A missing man formation was flown by local Woodstock pilots Dave Hewitt, Kent Beckham and Marco Rusconi in their Second World War-era North American Harvard trainers.
Glenn Goldman joined the four-ship formation with his Royal Canadian Air Force marked T-34 Mentor. Departing Woodstock airport the four-ship formation overflew local Royal Canadian Legions before a perfectly timed arrival over Victoria Park.
Beckham then pulled up and out of formation, creating a missing man flight in remembrance of all those who have died serving our country.
Kent Beckham, in the closest Harvard, activates the smoke system before pulling up and away, creating the missing man formation.