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Five people, in various military uniforms stand with a door behind them. Two of them use scissors to cut a ribbon strung between two metal posts in front of them.

New “collaboration room” named after Battle of Britain mechanic

A new “collaboration room” at the RCAF’s school of aerospace engineering and technology provides an innovative approach to collaboration, teamwork and learning.

A view from above of a large transport aircraft and eight fighter aircraft flying over an old fort in surrounded by water.

“Fueling the fire”: 435 Squadron delivers air-to-air refueling for a quarter century

For 25 years, 435 Squadron has been keeping the RCAF’s fighter fleet flying, providing air-to-air refueling services.

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RCAF hosts Exercise Maple Flag 51

Exercise Maple Flag, the Royal Canadian Air Force’s largest and most complex international training event of the year, begins next week in Cold Lake, Alberta. Taking place from June 11 to 22, Exercise Maple Flag 51 will bring together nearly 1,200 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel in participant or supporting roles, along with 540 personnel from allied nations along with multiple aircraft types.

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