I was a poor munitions and weapons technician on the strength of CEPE/AAED at RCAF Station Cold Lake. I say "poor" because I had purchased a new mobile home and financed it through the only institution an airman in those days could get credit: the Industrial Acceptance...
Islamic State fighters are on the defensive, hiding equipment and limiting their movements in response to coalition air strikes, Col. Daniel Constable said recently. Constable, the commanding officer for the Joint Task Force in Iraq, told reporters during a teleconference...
A shiny, chrome-coated Beechcraft 18 aircraft that was once used by former provincial cabinet minister Phil Gaglardi to inspect the province's highways is one of the historic exhibits at British Columbia's Aviation Museum. Gaglardi's...
Senior Canadian government officials say Canada will under no circumstances be purchasing F-35s on an expedited basis and that no decision has been made on which new war-plane to buy. In the face of a U.S. military report that Ottawa has...
The Air Force's top boss said recently she hopes to make all jobs in the service open to qualified women in the next year and a half. Seven jobs in the service are closed to women, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James...
Modern imaging and search sensors have a big data problem — they produce more information than can be practically transmitted and analyzed for the development of actionable intelligence and pilots often have to fly within range of a traditional line-of-sight data link...
To mark the 75th anniversary of Canada's engagement in the Second World War, beginning September 10, 2014, living Canadian Veterans of the Second World War may request a special commemorative lapel pin and certificate of recognition.
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