Post Tagged with: "4 Wing"

Cpl Alexander LeBlanc - Promotion
Photo: Cpl Justin Roy, Wing Imaging

1 AMS promotions and presentations

February 20, 2018 at 4:55 pm

1 AMS Commanding Officer LCol Justin Armstrong and Acting Squadron Warrant Officer MWO Dennis Tobin made presentations to members during 1 AMS Ground Training Day on January 5.

Sgt Cathy Whynot accepts a cheque for Soldier On from the tournament finalists, 410 Squadron and 10 FTTS.
Photo: Jeff Gaye

Volleyballers raise $435 for Soldier On

February 6, 2018 at 4:48 pm

Jeff Gaye The inter-section recreational volleyball league wrapped up its annual charity tournament last week. 410 Squadron won the tournament over 10 FTTS in a close three-game final match. The big winner is Soldier On, a charity which helps ill and injured CAF members and veterans adapt to their new lives through sport. The tournament raised $435 for the charity, which is run through Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services.

Snow removal at 4 Wing is a collective effort

Snow removal at 4 Wing is a collective effort

February 6, 2018 at 4:10 pm

Lt Camille Dolphin, 4 Wing Public Affairs Snow removal at 4 Wing Cold Lake really is a collective effort. Many surfaces need to be cleared for traffic to keep going and operations to take place. All roads on the base and the RHUs, excluding the GRA, are cleared by the City of Cold Lake. The city uses a priority system that focuses on the main arteries first (Priority 1), such as Kingsway and Medley Road,Read More

Make Your Wishes Come True

Make Your Wishes Come True

January 30, 2018 at 2:27 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Zibby Jonczyk Greetings and Happy New Year! Yes, I know it has been already a month since Christmas. We have all been back at work and school for some time, and perhaps all that is left now of the Holidays are some memories, pictures, and a couple of extra pounds (sorry for the reminder). But I would like to ask you to think about all the Christmas cards, messages, emails and phoneRead More

Emergency response calls for continuous improvement

January 30, 2018 at 2:11 pm

Jeff Gaye 4 Wing conducted a test of its Emergency Response Plan last Wednesday, and there’s good news: some things went wrong. Capt Joe Jorgensen, 4 Wing Emergency Response Plan Officer, said the purpose of the exercise is not only to rehearse the plan’s strengths, but to expose its weaknesses. And while there were many positives on the exercise, there were also surprises. “The more mistakes are made, the more chances we have for learning,”Read More

More than 20 members of Search and Rescue Alberta got a close look at a 409 Squadron CF-18 Hornet last Friday as part of a tour that also included 417 Squadron and the survival kit maintenance shop. The group had participated in Exercise Frosted Flyer earlier in the week. 
Photo: Jeff Gaye

Search and Rescue Alberta trains at 4 Wing

January 30, 2018 at 2:05 pm