At the start of the Second World War, the British Government looked to the Dominions for air training help. Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King believed training would be the most essential military action that Canada could undertake. It was an opportunity for Canada to make a significant commitment to the Allied war effort.The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan trained 131,553 aircrew. Hear the story from the veterans and civilians who paticipated from it`s conception trough the implementation of the plan. This documentary has exclusive inerviews with Canadian, British, Australian, New Zealand, and German Vetrans. New footage and archival photos from the people who experience the joy and the pain of being a part of the greatest Air force achievement in the history of Canada.