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A small white twin propeller aircraft taxis on a runway in front of grey airport buildings.

RCAF Partners with Transport Canada to Trial Multi-Engine Conversion Training

An interdepartmental agreement between the RCAF and Transport Canada will allow officers in ground jobs to continue flying during their tour in order to maintain their skills.
October 16, 2020

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Farewell to the father of the modern RCAF

On October 14, 2020, the RCAF lost one of its most influential leaders. Referred to as the father of the modern Canadian Air Force, Lieutenant-General William Carr was the driving force in creating “a consolidated organization to properly administer all military aviation in Canada.” He was 97.
October 14, 2020

Three aircraft flying in formation in a blue sky. The middle aircraft has propellers and is much bigger that the other two on its sides, which are jet fighters.

The Mighty Hercules celebrates 60 years in the RCAF

When Lockheed engineers and designers created the Hercules aircraft in the 1950s, it’s doubtful that they had any idea how versatile and iconic the plane would turn out to be and that it would one day celebrate 60 years of service in the RCAF.
October 14, 2020

A man wearing an orange jumpsuit and a blue hat looks outside the window of an aircraft.

When the standard is integrity: Most senior RCAF SAR Tech honoured to be part of that team

“I don’t count years, and I have no regrets. I love being a SAR Tech. It’s an honour to be part of that team,” says Sergeant André Hotton, who’s been a SAR Tech for thirty years, making him the most senior SAR technician in the RCAF.
October 13, 2020

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Supply Technicians - Profiling Warrant Officer Sandra Leaman, 12 Air Maintenance Squadron

Described by her chain of command as “a team player who always volunteers time for her unit,” Warrant Officer Sandra Leaman won the 12 Wing Shearwater Air Person of the Year Award for her dedication and work ethic.
October 8, 2020

Polar Epsilon 2

Hard Work and Creativity Pays Off! Polar Epsilon 2 Celebrates a Key Milestone

In May 2020, the Polar Epsilon 2 (PE2) project delivered by Assistant Deputy Minister (Information Management) reached a key milestone of Limited Operations. 
October 6, 2020

A four-engine aircraft flies overhead.

Op Nanook: Working with our Arctic Partners

On Op Nanook, RCAF personnel benefit from working with Allied nations and Canadian Arctic partners.
October 6, 2020

A circular silver metal badge with a globe, a laurel wreath and maple leaf.

New CAF Space Specialist Skill Badge

Canadian Armed Forces personnel who have achieved a combination of formal space qualifications and experience are now eligible to proudly wear the Space Specialist Skill Badge.
October 6, 2020

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Northern lights shine bright for RCAF Lieutenant-Colonel and Honorary Colonel

On September 25, 2020, the Northern Lights Aero Foundation announced the recipients of the Elsie MacGill award, among who were two members of the RCAF.
October 5, 2020

The RCAF roundel

Government awards design contract for future fighter infrastructure in Bagotville

On October 2, the Government of Canada announced a $12.1-million contract award to EllisDon-EBC Inc. Joint Venture of Ottawa for the design of a new fighter jet facility at 3 Wing Bagotville, one of two main operating bases for Canada’s future fighter aircraft.
October 2, 2020

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