Service in Canada
In January of 1942, Peter arrived in Canada. After serving 16 months in the United Kingdom, he boarded the HMS Morton Bay in the final days of 1941, spending New Year's Day on the high seas. From January of 1942 to June of 1942, Peter spent the remainder of his Royal Air Force (RAF) service in Canada as a flight instructor.
Upon Arriving in Canada, Peter made is way to the town of Weyburn, in the province of Saskatchewan. On January 7, he arrived at the 41st Service Flight Training School (SFTS), where he served as a flight instructor until June 16, 1942.
His wife Fay traveled from Chicago to Canada to be with him. They rented a house in Weyburn and spent the remainder of Peter's time in Canada together.
June 16 1942, Peter relinquished his commission in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (RAFVR) and transferred into the United States Army Air Force (USAAF).