Edgar Hester's identity card that he was issued in February of 1942 by the Royal Canadian Air Force. Mr. Hester worked at radar stations during the war.
The reverse of Edgar Hester's identity card showing his first posting to Clinton, Ontario, 14 October 1942
Radar Bulletin Poster
Another of Edgar Hester's identity cards used during his time in the service. This one was issued in 1944.
The reverse of Edgar Hester's 1944 identity card. This was issued by the British Royal Air Force. Mr. Hester was one of the many Canadian radar mechanics who worked at British radar stations
"I don’t know why the Lancaster hit, because we had huge obstruction lights on the top."