Canadian Skies connects with RCAF Commander Lieutenant-General Blondin.
VERSATILITY AND STRENGTH
Canada’s CC-177 Globemasters are a precious resource and a heavyweight contender in today’s RCAF.
NOT YOUR GRANDFATHERS’ CHINOOK
450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron flies the world’s most advanced Chinooks.
Today’s RCAF is focusing on modern technology and simulation-based training.
LEARNING TO FLY THE AIR FORCE WAY
Test pilot Robert Erdos goes back to basics, returning to RCAF flight training at 3 CFFTS in Portage la Prairie.
AN EXERCISE IN EVOLUTION
Cold Lake prepares for a streamlined Maple Flag 47, designed to deliver maximum training value.
The logistical expertise of the Mobile Air Movements Sections gets strategic and tactical airlift off the ground.
ACES OF MALTA
Canadian fighter pilots acquired a reputation for excellence during the Second World War, particularly in the skies over the Allied-controlled island of Malta