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Nick Mulikow was stationed at Centralia from 1949-51 working on engines and then flight training. He went on to Chatham, New Brunswick for jet training then Bagotville before being stationed at Zweibrücken in 1955. He eventually ended up in the Canadian Army flying helicopters until the end of his military career. He worked as a commerical pilot until 1999 - reaching 5,000 hours on his 40th birthday in Lahr, Germany.
Course 24 graduated March 20, 1952. Graduates included: Lou Ally, Ayres, Bain, Bullock, Burgess, Syd Burrows (AFC), Burwell, Jack Claeys, J.G. Cloutier, Costello, Crighton, Day, Derraugh, Desbrinsay, Fitzpatrick, Giles, Goddard, Grant, Hall, Harvey, Haysom, Hill, Bob Jasper, Jeschke, Kelly, Kirkwood, Knight, Larsen, Drum Laviolette, J.E. Benson, Don Levy, C.D. Lloyd, John MacDonald, Bernard McComiskey, Bob McLarnon, Ralph Metzler, Ted Millar, Stu Millar, Vic Morgan, Bob Mortimer, Nick Mulikow, Sean O’Leary, F.D. Parker, Jim Peach, Ray Peria, Jimmy Peterson, Gretnoro ‘Greg’ Pisacreta (killed 23 May 1952 No. 1 Fighter OTU), Rod Pritchard, Jim Pugh, A.F. Robinson, W.J. Rutledge, Germal ‘George’ Singh (killed 3 October 1954 104 Communication Flight), Henry Smith, R. Spenard, Don Sweetman, O.M. Sweetman, “Dusty” Thompson, A. Turenne.