Vancouver Canucks honour military

– Necks were craned in Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on January 30 to watch as four search and rescue technicians rappelled from the rafters to centre ice.

Artifacts belonging to Lieutenant Barry Troy returning to Canada

– Following hurricanes in the Florida area, a parachute and accompanying items were retrieved from a beach near Naval Station Mayport, near Jacksonville.

Snowbirds prepare for June airshow

– With an upcoming air show at CFB Borden on June 2 and 3, the Snowbirds are more than excited to perform once again at the biggest training base in Canada.

Henry J. Langdon: An RCAF, industry and union pioneer

– Working in predominantly white environments in all three work places, Henry Langdon was highly respected not only for his abilities, but in his efforts towards improving race relations.

SAR skills built through typical training day

– A search and rescue crew on board one of 14 Wing Greenwood, Nova Scotia’s CC-130 Hercules aircraft conducted a typical training day last month, leaving the airfield with a simple scenario that nevertheless covered some complex tasks.

Retired Air Force Colours entrusted to Toronto Maple Leafs

– In a ceremony held before a hockey match between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators, the RCAF entrusted their retired Colours to the guardianship of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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