The young men I am referring to are now at the age of twenty-one or twenty-two, and apparently they had sufficient training to fly aircraft during the war. We still should be able to use their capabilities in training. I certainly agree with the hon. member for Vancouver North that the inducement of $100, on retirement, for each year served, is far from adequate to induce any young, red-blooded boy to join the flying force. He should have something to compensate him for his excellent service, and a necessary service to the country in these days. The condition in this country, and the condition throughout the world at the present time is one which should encourage young men of the right calibre to go into our flying corps. We do not know when we shall need them, any more than we did in the latter part of 1939.
Subtopic: DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE