Wireless Skies is an exhibition developed by the Military Communications and Electronics Museum with the support of the Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries and Historic Sites, the City of Kingston Heritage Fund Project Grant, The Vintage Aviation Team, Emer Bowes and STEMPilot.

It features a reproduction fuselage of a Curtiss JN-4 Canuck, an original WWI wireless radio set and an original WWI era practice Morse key. STEMPilot also developed a flight simulator for visitors to test their aviation skills.

To learn about the significance of this WWI era aircraft to the war effort and Canadian aviation history, click on the PDF.

Download the Virtual Exhibit PDF