INTERVIEW WITH THE COMMANDER
In his first formal interview, LGen Mike Hood discusses how his team will build “Air Force 2030.”
The selection of Canada’s next fighter jet is a decision with far-reaching implications for the RCAF and Canadian industry.
The RCAF is honing its Link-16 network to facilitate the secure collection and dissemination
of operational data.
DELIVERING THE GOODS
RCAF Today flies the CH-147F Chinook, the air force’s new tactical heavy hauler.
TECH TRAINING GROUND
CFSATE trains aircraft technicians who are equally comfortable maintaining the RCAF’s legacy fleet as well as its more modern aircraft.
Winnipeg’s 435 Transport and Rescue Squadron calls upon the versatile CC-130 Hercules to play multiple roles.
The old adage “train like you fight” rings true at Canada’s national search and rescue exercise, held this year at 19 Wing Comox.
TRAINING TOGETHER TO BETTER PROTECT THE NORTH
NORAD’s Vigilant Shield 16 improves operational capability in North America’s sovereign airspace.
NATIONAL SUCCESS STORY
Canada and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, 1939-1945.