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CT-155 Hawks sit on Tarmac in Kamloops during 33rd annual mess dinner last month.
Photo: Capt Taylor Cartwright

Moosemen visit Kamloops

July 9, 2019 at 12:58 pm

Capt Taylor Cartwright The Moosemen of 419 “City of Kamloops” Squadron returned once again to their heritage town in British Columbia – bringing with them a four-ship of CT-155 Hawk fighter aircraft, instructors, and students. 419 Squadron’s first Commanding Officer, Wing Commander John “Moose” Fulton, was born and raised in Kamloops before flying for the Royal Air Force. During the Second World War, the squadron was adopted by the city of Kamloops. As an honourRead More

419 Squadron conducted a flypast with four CT-155 Hawk aircraft.
Photo: Doug Sage

City of Kamloops Squadron goes “home” for Remembrance Day

November 21, 2017 at 3:16 pm

Lt Jesse Haggart-Smith The Moosemen of 419 TF(T)S continued their unique relationship with the city of Kamloops, BC by providing a fly-past and participating in the city’s Remembrance Day ceremonies. A contingent of 20 fighter instructors and students led by LCol Colin “Moose” Marks arrived on November 10, and were received with a memorial dinner provided by the city. The next morning, 419 Squadron paraded with the Rocky Mountain Rangers (Kamloops’ reserve infantry unit), andRead More