British Columbia air cadet achieves “rare air”

A young man wearing a flight suit sits in the cockpit of a small aircraft, looking out through the open door.
Warrant Officer First Class Andrew Crawford takes the helm of his Cessna aircraft at the Cadet Flying Training Centre in Comox, British Columbia. PHOTO: BC Cadets Facebook page

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Meet Warrant Officer First Class Andrew Crawford, who recently achieved an unusual and rare distinction – qualifying as a tow plane pilot while still a Royal Canadian Air Cadet.

Warrant Officer First Class Crawford, from 767 Dearman Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron in Whalley, British Columbia, is excited to have achieved some “rare air” in the cadet world with his recent accomplishment! In fact, it’s possible he’s British Columbia’s first, and Canada’s second-ever, cadet to achieve this qualification. Read the rest of the article . . .

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