Robert Fowler, Former Chief Test Pilot For De Havilland Canada

Credit: Roy Madill Collection
Robert Fowler, longtime chief test pilot for de Havilland Canada, died Aug. 23 at home in Toronto. He was 89. A Royal Canadian Air Force pilot who flew 48 missions with the British Royal Air Force in World War II, Fowler joined de Havilland in 1952 and remained there until his retirement in 1987...

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