J.A.D. McCurdy Award
Introduced in 1994, the McCurdy Award honours J.A.D. McCurdy who piloted the Silver Dart in Canada’s first heavier-than-air piloted flight at Baddeck N.S. on 23 February, 1909. It is presented by the RCAF Association “in recognition of outstanding and praiseworthy achievements by Canadians in the field of civil aviation.” Any citizen, group or unit organization engaged in civil aviation is eligible for consideration.
B.J. “Jake” Wormworth, Transport Canada (Aviation) – 1994 (Mr. Wormworth won the McKee Trophy that year as well. To learn more consult this link, here.)
NAV Canada Ottawa Ontario – 2006
AEA 2005 Team – 2009
Women in Aerospace Canada – 2011
AeroVelo – 2013
TopAces – 2018