New challenges for Canadian Armed Forces personnel

Under a blue sky, with a large white building in the background, a person stands on a runway, wearing a green and black disruptive pattern jacket, and green pants and helmet, and holding a small control box on a long cable leading to a helicopter with its rotors turning.
On May 1, 2015, at the Kapuskasing, Ontario, airport, Flight Engineer Sergeant Greg Marchand performs the start-up of a Royal Canadian Air Force CH-147F Chinook Helicopter from 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, based out of Garrison Petawawa, Ontario, that is taking part in Operation Lentus in support of the provincial evacuation of residents from the flood-affected Cree First Nation community of Kashechewan, in Northern Ontario. PHOTO: Master Corporal Melissa Spence, PA2015-0084-12

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Are you a member of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) looking for a new job and a new challenge?

The Royal Canadian Air Force is looking for currently-serving members interested in a career as a flight engineer, an airborne electronic sensor operator or a search and rescue technician.

Briefing teams will be visiting locations across the country throughout May 2019 to meet with military personnel and discuss the possibilities. If you are a serving member who is interested in attending a briefing session, contact your Wing or Base personnel selection office for more information, including the date, time and location of the briefing in your area . . . . Read the rest of the story.

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