Advertisement

444 Combat Support Sqn is the only flying unit at 5 Wing. Geoff Goodyear Photo
Feature

5 Wing Goose Bay: Little wing, big effect

While the pilots, navigator and loadmasters came from 413 Squadron, the flight engineer and technician came from 424 Transport and Rescue Squadron, based at 8 Wing Trenton, Ont. 424 also provided the CC-130 Hercules on which approximately 34 flying hours were logged over four days, including transport to and from Resolute Bay and Trenton. RCAF Photo
Advertisement

Red Arrows rock Gatineau-Ottawa

Ahuja is close to getting his glider pilot license, but he already has his eyes set on what’s next – the Power Pilot Scholarship, the aircraft maintenance engineering program at the BCIT Aerospace, and the aerospace engineering program at Carlton University. CAF Photo
Cadet Warrant Officer Second Class Mitchell Mansfield works on the tail assembly of a tow plane at 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron hangar at Comox Cadet Flying Training Centre in Comox, B.C. Capt Angela Sargent Photo

Comox cadet spends summer working on aircraft

A new display for the Link Trainer