Canada purchased F-101s in two batches. The Royal Canadian Air Force purchased 56 F-101B and 10 F-101F aircraft from the United States in 1961. The surviving first batch CF-101s were exchanged in 1970 – 72 for 56 lower time USAF F-101B and 10 F-101F aircraft. These second batch aircraft served as front line interceptors for the Canadian Armed Forces until the end of 1984. Additionally, one further F-101 (a unique electronic warfare conversion) was leased to Canada from 1982 to 1987. Canadian Voodoo operations finally concluded in April 1987. Click here for more information on the history of the Voodoo in Canada .
The objective of this page is to list any Voodoo that served in Canada that still exists in some substantial form. Additional information, updates, photographs, comments and anecdotes about Canadian Voodoos would be welcome.
'First Batch' Canadian Voodoos (1961 - 1972)
|RCAF Serial||USAF Serial||Model||Status||Photo||Location|
|17400||59-0400||CF-101F||Under restoration at Valiant Air Command Museum,|
Titusville, Florida as 59-0400 (January 2019)
|17407||59-0407||CF-101F||On display in Proctor, Minnesota as 59-0407 (January 2019).|
|17471||59-0471||CF-101B||Under restoration at Historical Aircraft Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas as 59-0471 (January 2019). Previously at Pate Museum of Transportation, moved 2011.|
|17483||59-0483||CF-101B||On display at Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Reno, Nevada as RF-101B 59-0483 (January 2019). Last F-101 built. Only surviving RF-101B.|
'Second Batch' Canadian Voodoos (1970 - 1984)
|CAF Serial||USAF Serial||Model||Status||Photo||Location|
|101002||56-260||CF-101F||On display at Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, Ontario as 101002 (January 2019)|
|101003||56-262||CF-101F||On display at Labrador Military Museum, 5 Wing Goose Bay, Labrador as 101003 (January 2019).|
|101006||56-324||CF-101F||Under restoration at Jet Aircraft Museum, London, Ontario (January 2019). Previously at former CFB Cornwallis, moved November 2013. Made final flight by an F-101, April 1987.|
|101008||57-268||CF-101F||On display at Air Force Heritage Park, 17 Wing Winnipeg, Manitoba as 101008 (January 2019).|
|101011||57-289||CF-101B||On display at Base Borden Military Museum, 16 Wing Borden, Ontario as 101011 (January 2019)|
|101015||57-299||CF-101B||On display at Parc Commemoratif des Veterans, Levis, Quebec as 101015 (August 2018).|
|101021||57-321||CF-101B||On display at The Hangar Flight Museum, Calgary, Alberta as 101021 (June 2018).|
|101022||57-322||CF-101B||On display at McChord Air Museum, McChord AFB, Washington as 101022 (May 2017).|
|101025||57-430||CF-101B||On display at Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa, Ontario as 101025 (January 2019).|
|101027||57-341||CF-101B||On display at Bagotville Air Defense Museum, 3 Wing Bagotville, Quebec as 101027 (January 2019).|
|101028||57-346||CF-101B||On display in Hillsborough, New Brunswick as 101028 (January 2019).|
|101030||57-354||CF-101B||On display at Comox Air Force Museum, 19 Wing Comox, British Columbia as 101030 (January 2019).|
|101032||57-359||CF-101B||On display at Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta as RCAF 17425 (January 2019).|
|101033||57-360||CF-101B||Privately owned, partially disassembled, Uxbridge, Ontario as 101033 (April 2017).|
|101034||57-362||CF-101B||At Royal Western Canada Aviation Musuem, Winnipeg, Manitoba as 101034 (January 2019).|
|101035||57-363||CF-101B||On display at Abbotsford airport, British Columbia as 101035 (January 2019).|
|101037||57-366||CF-101B||On display at Slemon Park (former CFB Summerside), Prince Edward Island as 101037 (January 2019).|
|101038||57-368||CF-101B||On display at Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta as 101038 (January 2019). Painted as "Lynx One Canada" to match 101043.|
|101040||57-373||CF-101B||On display at National Air Force Museum of Canada, 8 Wing Trenton, Ontario as 101040 (January 2019).|
|101041||57-374||CF-101B||On display at Bangor ANG Base, Bangor, Maine as 57-377 (January 2019).|
|101042||57-375||CF-101B||Derelict as range target at CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick as 101042 (September 2015).|
|101043||57-380||CF-101B||On display at Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum, Halifax, Nova Scotia as 101043 "Lynx One Canada" (January 2019).|
|101044||57-381||CF-101B||On display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Peterson AFB, Colorado as 101044 (January 2019).|
|101045||57-382||CF-101B||On display at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton, Ontario as 101045 (January 2019). Previously on display at CFB Ottawa, moved 2004.|
|101046||57-384||CF-101B||In storage at CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick as 101046, for eventual display at New Brunswick Military History Museum. (January 2019) Previously at CFB Trenton, Ontario, moved 2011.|
|101047||57-388||CF-101B||Privately owned (cockpit only), Uxbridge, Ontario as 101047 (April 2017).|
|101051||57-398||CF-101B||On display at Thetford Mines airport, Thetford Mines, Quebec as 101051 (July 2018). Previously on display elsewhere in Thetford Mines, moved spring 2009.|
|101053||57-418||CF-101B||On display at Miramichi Airport (former CFB Chatham), New Brunswick as 101053 (January 2019).|
|101054||57-420||CF-101B||On display at Museum of Aerospace Defence, 22 Wing North Bay, Ontario as EF-101B 101067 (January 2019).|
|101056||57-426||CF-101B||On display at 4 Wing Cold Lake, Alberta as 101056 (June 2018).|
|101057||57-429||CF-101B||Gate guardian at 19 Wing Comox, British Columbia as 101057 "Hawk One Canada" (January 2019).|
|101060||57-433||CF-101B||On display at Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta|
as 101060 (January 2019)
|101063||57-442||CF-101B||In storage at 12 Wing Shearwater, Nova Scotia as 101063 (September 2018). Owned by Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley, British Columbia.|
|101065||57-444||CF-101B||On display at North Atlantic Aviation Museum, Gander, Newfoundland as 101065 (January 2019).|
|1010??||???||???||An unknown Voodoo is visible at CFB Suffield, Alberta (May 2016). Further details about the identity of this aircraft would be welcome.|
The 'Electric Voodoo' (1982 - 1987)
|CAF Serial||USAF Serial||Model||Status||Photo||Location|
|101067||58-0300||EF-101B||On display at Minnesota ANG Museum , Minneapolis - St. Paul, Minnesota|
as 58-0300 (July 2009).
- Voodoos USAF 59-0438/RCAF 17438 and USAF 59-0478/RCAF 17478, formerly on display in Panama City, Florida, were dumped in the Gulf of Mexico in 2014 as the basis for artificial reefs.
- The cockpit of Voodoo 59-0455/RCAF 17455 was under restoration in Bavaria, Germany. It was subsequently moved to Switzerland in 2010. Its ultimate fate is unknown.
- Voodoos CAF 101014, 101048, 101050 and 101059, formerly derelict at CFB Bagotville, were scrapped in 2018.
- Voodoo CAF 101052, formerly at the Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley, British Columbia, is believed to have been scrapped about 1998.
- A Voodoo marked “57-0332”, formerly on display at Tyndall AFB, Florida and presumed to be CAF 101024 was actually USAF 58-0332. This aircraft is now at the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinville, Oregon. The genuine CAF 101024 was apparently scrapped in the Ottawa area in 1993.
Additionally, some other CF-101s may still be extant as hulks or range targets. Any information would be appreciated.
Many thanks to Jeff Rankin-Lowe, Andy Marden, Jerry Vernon, the CF-101 Voodoo Fans group on Facebook, Warbird Information Exchange, and numerous other contributors for much of the information and updates on this list.
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