In his sixth aviation history book, author Bruce McAllister takes the reader on a photographic journey, tracing the development of aviation in the Yukon Territory. There are chapters on the very first aircraft to operate in the Yukon, how aviation linked communities, the construction of the Alaska Highway, the role of the RCMP Air section, epic search & rescue missions, the air tankers’ role in fire fighting, opening up the Arctic, the glacier pilots, and aerials of the old Yukon airstrips. This amazing compilation completes McAllister’s authoritative collection of photographic aviation history of the north that includes Wings over the Alaska Highway, Wings above the Arctic, and Wings over Denali.