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Photo: Cpl Manuela Berger, Wing Imaging

401 Squadron promotes nine members

July 25, 2017 at 11:31 am
A CH-147F Chinook with members of 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron and 18 Squadron RAF conducted a flyby of the Vimy Memorial in France July 21 after participating in the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, UK.
Photo: RAF

RCAF, RAF pay respects at Vimy

July 25, 2017 at 11:22 am
Military Police to stage poker run  in support of charity

Military Police to stage poker run in support of charity

July 25, 2017 at 11:19 am

Cpl Travis Cowan, 11 MP Flight On August 5, members of the 11 Military Police Flight will be hosting a poker run from the Air Force Association of Canada 784 Wing in Cold Lake. The charity event will see motorcyclists, veterans, CAF members and community members travelling around the Lakeland region in support of the Military Police Fund for Blind Children (MPFBC). It is coordinated with the arrival of the National Riders from the MilitaryRead More

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Photo: Cpl Sophie Renaud, 4 Wing Imaging

1 AMS members receive promotions

July 25, 2017 at 11:16 am
Maj Pilon, left, passes the ceremonial sword to Col Doyle for transfer to Maj Matte.
Photo: Cpl St-Cyr, 10 FTTS Imaging

10 FTTS welcomes its new command team

July 25, 2017 at 11:11 am

Jeff Gaye 10 Field Technical Training Squadron (10 FTTS) changed its command team at a parade last Thursday. Maj Eric Matte assumed command of the squadron from Maj Jonathan Pilon, and Squadron Warrant Officer CWO Frank Dwyer passed his appointment to MWO Mark Finucan. In his speech Maj Pilon recounted 10 FTTS’s accomplishments as a unit. These include many professional achievements and also reflect the unit’s morale – “winning Sports Day in Canada, the OfficeRead More

Golf club celebrates 60 years with special tournament

July 25, 2017 at 11:07 am

Jeff Gaye The Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club is holding a special scramble-format tournament August 12 to celebrate its 60th anniversary. Planning for the course began in 1957. It opened with just three holes, and sand greens. Three years later it expanded to nine holes with grass greens. “Hundreds of volunteers were involved in building it,” said Keith Rieder, a long-time member who has researched the club’s history. “Ninety-five per cent of the golfRead More