Meet The Team

Rick Hammond - President

Rick is the owner of his own T-33 and de Havilland Vampire, and keeps them at the Region of Waterloo International Airport… only a short distance from London. His experience with getting the T-Birds in flying condition will be a huge asset for the Jet Aircraft Museum.


Dwayne Mitchell - Vice President / Director of Membership

The chance to serve and combine my love of business and military jet aircraft is truly an amazing opportunity! It started in Gander, NFLD while my dad served as an Airport Fire Fighter and watching the first CF-18  Hornet and CF-101 Voodoo touch down for the first time at the age of 10. My heart literally stopped in my chest. I joined the Air Cadets and obtained my glider pilots license. The dream of being able to fly the CF-18 may not have happened,YET! but the ability to help protect these magnificent war birds has only just begun. Currently working on my Private Pilot License and having a blast doing so in the preparation of restoring and flying these timeless treasures. JOIN US!

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Matt Keast - Director of Facilites

The Jet Aircraft Museum has offered me a great opportunity to combine my design and project management skills with my love of Aviation. I’m excited to be a part of taking this great organization to new heights! I had my first flight in an airplane when I was 12 and joined the Air Cadet’s a few years later. My passion for RCAF jet aircraft was fused into my mind when I first attended the London International Airshow in the early 1980’s and watched the CF-101 Voodoo take to the air; a moment I will never forget.

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Kevin Moore - Director of Fundraising

I was introduced to aviation at a very young age through my father.  He was a Lancaster and Halifax Flight Engineer/Pilot in the RAF and, when he emigrated to Canada from the UK in 1960, within a few months he had joined the RCAF as a reserve officer with the Air Cadet program.  He was a founding father of the Air Cadet Gliding Program in the 1960s and I had my first experience in a glider when I was 3.  From that point in time, I was hooked on flying and aviation.  I joined the Air Cadets, earned by glider pilot license and went to to instruct and became a standards pilot with the Air Force as a reserve officer and the Air Cadet Gliding Program.  I am also an aviation photo-journalist and was asked to do some photography for JAM while they were readying the six T-33's at CFD Mountain View in Prince Edward County, 2.5 hours east of Toronto.  I was hooked and joined the museum later that year.  You can contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Derek Hammond - Director of Flight Operations

Derek has volunteered much of his time in the past years organizing the permits for ferrying our 6 T-33s home to London and providing oversight for our flight operations program. His ongoing experience with getting his own family's T-33 and de Havilland Vampire restored has been a large help in guiding JAMs T-Birds through the maintenance program and preparing for their first test flights.

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Dave Baker - Director of Maintenance

Bio Coming Soon!

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David Kreutzkamp - Director of Marketing

The Jet Aircraft Museum is an aviation family! I was lucky enough to become a part of the museum back in 2009 as we brought back the T-33's to London. I began my passion for aviation as part of the Air Cadet program and completed my glider and private pilot licenses as part of their summer training programs. My post secondary education was in Graphic Design and since that time I have expanded into marketing roles. Design & marketing is important to many areas of the museum and I continue to enjoy being able to work closely with our directors, members and awesome volunteers. If you have an interest in being a part of the busy and interesting marketing team at JAM I'd love to hear from you by email!

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