– By Sara White The meeting went a little off track, with reports of a skinned knee, a denied hot tub, and zero hands raised in …
– Twenty-eight of the original members of the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Pilot Course 6806/6807 gathered at the Wardroom at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt in Victoria, British Columbia over the weekend of September 21-23, 2018.
– Canadian Armed Forces athletes excelled at the World Master Athletics Championships held September 4-16, 2018, in Malaga, Spain.
– Lieutenant Baron Hordo, a member of the Royal Canadian Force, took home the Queen’s Medal for top Regular Force shooter at the 2018 Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Competition held in September in Ottawa.
– This year, 435 Transport and Rescue Squadron celebrates 25 years of operational air-to-air refuelling (AAR) with the CC-130HT Hercules tanker aircraft.
– As a fundraising initiative, the Bomber Command Museum of Canada has replicated the deceptively simple wooden bomb sight used during the Dambusters raid to ensure the famous bouncing bombs were dropped at the right distance from the dams in the Ruhr Valley in May 1943
– Flying Officer (retired) Ralph Wild was an instrument repair technician during the Battle of Britain. On September 27, 2018, he turned 100 and among those who sent him birthday wishes was the commander of the RCAF.
– The 78th anniversary of the Battle of Britain was marked on September 16, 2018, with a national ceremony in Gatineau, Québec.