The race to retain and increase experience levels in the RCAF

A montage of a photo of a man wearing a military uniform beside a graphic with an RCAF roundel and the words “Quality of Life—Quality of Service” and “Qualité de vie—Qualité de service”.

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The Royal Canadian Air Force employs a highly technical, highly trained workforce and, of the three Canadian Armed Forces services, RCAF members are the most widely dispersed across our vast nation, often in more remote locations.

Developing these trained and intellectually accomplished, specialized aviators is a significant investment for Canada and our most powerful advantage—now and into the future.

However, as I and others have discussed in the pages of Skies magazine, Air Forces and the civilian airline industry around the world are facing shortages of skilled personnel arising from an unprecedented growth in the global aviation industry. Read the rest of the article . . .

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