Ex-Cadets & More in the News

 

Search and rescue crews take unusual passenger on board

“We had already finished the message drop at 150 feet above ground level and had dropped a bundle of survival supplies from 300 feet,” explained co-pilot 24615 Captain Henry Graham.

Operation Nanook 2013

“Operation Nanook is the largest annual training opportunity for the Canadian Armed Forces in Canada’s Arctic region. This operation, and its various safety and security scenarios, provides us an outstanding opportunity to work and train with our Northern Canadian partners, while also demonstrating our operational capacity in the region,” said 12192 General Tom Lawson

Saying goodbye to Honorary Colonel Bob Middlemiss

14245 Major-General Richard Foster, deputy commander of the RCAF, offered the family condolences on behalf of all the men and women of the RCAF and the Canadian Armed Forces. He remembered HCol Middlemiss as a man “with a positive outlook on life, full of determination and joie de vivre, and living life to the fullest.

“And although we quickly focus on Wing Commander Middlemiss, DFC – the Spitfire pilot and combat pilot – in fact, he continued to be an outstanding leader, and made an outstanding contribution to the RCAF in the postwar years.”

The Conference of Defence Associations Institute

L’Institut de la Conférence des associations de la défense

DND says no approval needed for drones in domestic air

STREETS OF KINGSTON: History etched in the Memorial Arch

Cadets celebrate job ‘well done’

Serious about juggling

“It was started by a couple students, but then there’s always people in the community that want to juggle, so it flows out into the community,” 16025 Greg Phillips said.

Military recruits struggling to win the battle of the bulge, audit says

Op-Ed: Canada needs a navy for the 21st century

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