The JET AIRCRAFT MUSEUM (JAM) exists to create and maintain a dynamic and
living history of the modern age Royal Canadian Air Force and to provide permanent
honour for those valiant Canadian men and women who flew these aircraft with
distinction in periods of war, peace, and peace keeping.
JAM is a not for profit foundation that has as its primary purposes the acquisition,
display, preservation, maintenance and, most importantly, providing in flight demon-
strations for the people of Canada now and for generations to come. The JAM mission
is to combine the creation and operation of museum housing: aircraft, historical artifacts,
records, and salient memorabilia, while simultaneously keeping representative historic
aircraft in the air whenever and wherever major aviation events are held across Canada
and at appropriate international centres.
The Museum offers full voting membership to everyone interested in preserving Canada’s
noble jet age heritage. Governance is provided by a Board of Directors and officers.
The Museum has been granted charitable status by the Canada Revenue Agency.
With this status and our organizations plans growing daily we continue to seek
support through memberships, donations and sponsorships.