The long-time executive director of the National Air Force Museum of Canada, at Trenton, is stepping down at the end of this month.
Following 36 years in the Royal Canadian Air Force, Chris Colton retired as lieutenant-colonel and operation officer at CFB Trenton.
Colton followed that with 16 years as executive director of the museum.
He points to the museum’s expansion, and particularly the restored Handley-Page Halifax bomber.
He says the museum is a great tribute to the air force.
Colton says he looks forward to retirement when he can do “whatever” he wants.
You can hear more of the Chris Colton interview by Host Mary Thomas on Newsmaker Sunday, this Sunday at the noon hour, on 800 CJBQ.