Bases/ Stations


RCAF Detachment Grande Prairie, Alberta

June 1946.  Opened.

    May 1950.  Closure.


RCAF Station Grande Prairie, Alberta

July 1942.  Location of No. 1 Staging Unit.

    September 1944.  Closure.


RCAF Station Great Whale River, Quebec

Mid Canada Line

November 1955.  Opened.

    December 1956.  Closure.


RAF/ RCAF Station/ CFB Greenwood, Nova Scotia

9 March 1942.  RAF Greenwood commence operations.

March 1942.  Location of No. 36 Operational Training Unit (RAF).

    March 1944.  Renumbered No. 8 Operational Training Unit, later No. 1 Advance Tactical Training Detachment.

    July 1945.  Closure of No. 1 Advance Tactical Training Detachment.

1 July 1944.  Transitioned to the RCAF

April 1947.  Location of No. 103 Rescue Unit.

    May 1959.  Closure.

   

   

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFB Greenwood.

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1993.  Renamed 14 Wing.

    LVG

   

    14 Wing Medical Squadron

    14th Airfield Engineering Squadron

        CADPAT

            Air Force

           

            Air Force Flying Suit

           

            Arid

           

    14 Air Maintenance Squadron

   

        Crew A

       

        Crew B

       

        Crew C

       

            LVG

           

           

    14 Software Engineering Squadron

   

        LVG      

         

    Aurora Mission Support Centre

        LVG

       

    Aurora Operational Test Force

   

        LVG

       

    Electronic Warfare

   

    MP&EU (Maritime Proving and Evaluation Unit)

    English

   

    Bilingual

   

        LVG

       

        Arid

       

    Rescue and Salvage

   

    SAREX

   

    Snags

   

Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

C-47 Restoration Program


RCAF Station Grostenquin, France

1952.  Location of No. 2 (F) Wing.

   

    July 1964.  Departure of the RCAF from Grostenquin.

Reproductions


RCAF Station Guelph, Ontario

Location of No. 4 Wireless School.

Jul 7th 1941. Formed

Jan 20th, 1945.  Closure

September 1944.  Location of School of Cookery.

January 1945.  Location of No. 1 Nutritional Laboratory.

    July 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Station Gypsumville, Manitoba

  Pinetree Line

1962.  Opened.  Home of No. 47 Radar Squadron.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Gypsumville.

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    17 July 1987.  Closure.


RCAF Station Hagersville, Ontario

August 1941.  Location of No. 16 Service Flying Training School.

    August 1945.  Closure.

21 September 1940.  Station taken over by the Army and renamed Camp Hagersville.

1964.  Closed


RCAF Station/ CFB Halifax, Nova Scotia

1 April 1938.  Location of No. 116 (Coastal Artillery Support) Squadron (Auxiliary).

    November 1939.  Closure.

May 1941.  Location of No. 1 "M" Depot.

    July 1941.  Closure

August 1941.  Location of No. 1 "Y" Depot.

    September 1945.  Closure.

December  1941.  Location of No. 1 Port Transit Unit.

    December 1946.  Closure.

May 1944.  Location of No. 501 Personnel Holding Unit.

    November 1944.  Re-designated No. 1 Release Center.

    September 1945.  Closure.

March 1945.  Location of No. 17 Aeronautical Inspection District.

December 1952.  Location of No. 7 Ground Observer Corps.

    May 1960.  Closure.

December 1953.  Location of No. 2405 Aircraft Control and Warning.

    August 1961.  Closure.

May 1955.  Location of No. 6 Communications Unit.

    December 1964.  Closure.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFB Halifax

ATA 533 Saint Charles Auxiliary Vessel

    Decommissioned in 1996

   

    Canadian Forces Recruit Centre

        LVG

       

    Canadian Forces International Undersea Survey Center

        Trinity

    Information Management Department

   

    JRCC Halifax (Joint Rescue Coordination Center)

   

        LVG

       

    Maritime Air Command (Atlantic)

   

        LVG

       

    Maritime Warfare Centre

   

        LVG

       

33 Field Ambulance

   

        LVG

       

Location of 723 Communication Squadron

Combat

Bedford Ammunition Depot


RCAF Station Hamilton, Ontario

1935.  Location of No. 19 (Bomber) Squadron (Auxiliary).

November 1936.  Location of No. 119 (BR) Squadron.

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    February 1941.  Moved to Yarmouth.

9 June 1941.  Opened west of Mount Hope under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan as No. 33 Air Navigation School.

    6 October 1944.  Closure.

With the end of the war, activity at the station was greatly reduced and most of the RCAF Squadrons re-located elsewhere.  An RCAF Auxiliary Squadron, 424 (Light Bomber) Squadron (Auxiliary), remained. 

April 1945.  Location of No. 2 Convalescent Hospital

    September 1945.  Closure.

May 1946.  Location of No. 9424 Detachment.

    November 1950.  Closure.

1949.  The Royal Canadian Naval Reserve’s No. 1 Training Air Group began flying training.

January 1951.  Location of No. 16 Operational Wing (Aux).

    1 August 1951.  Re-designated 16 (Reserve) Wing.

    1 September 1952.  Re-designated 16 Wing Auxiliary.

    1 April 1964.  Disbanded.

1 October 1950.  The RCAF established No. 2424 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron (Auxiliary).

    1964.  Disbanded.

June 1951.  Location of No. 2424 Aircraft Control and Warning.

    January 1960.  Closure.

December 1951.  Location of No. 3050 Technical Training Unit.

    November 1959.  Closure.

December 1954.  Location of No. 4006 Medical Unit (Aux).

    November 1959.  Closure.

Canadian Forces Reserve Barracks (CFRB)

Location of 705 Communication Squadron

Work Dress

Combat


Hamlin, Saskatchewan

November 1946.  Location of No. 1 Loran Unit.

    July 1948.  Closure.


Hemer, Germany.  Canadian Army

Hemer School (located in the Ruhr Valley, Germany)

See also http://www.ruhrmemories.ca/


RCAF Station High River, Alberta

Early 1921.  Commence operations.

December 1944.  Closure.


RCAF Station Holberg, British Columbia

Pinetree Line

December 1953.  Operational.  Home of No. 53 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Holberg.

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    31 August 1990.  Closed.


Honeybourne, United Kingdom

July 1944.  Location of No. 24 Operational Training Unit.

    July 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Station Hopedale, Labrador

Pinetree Line

    November 1953.  Operational.

    18 June 1968.  Closure.


CFS Inuvik

    1 April 1986.  Closure.


Inverness, United Kingdom

December 1942.  Location of No. 7 District Headquarters.

    June 1944.  Closure.


Iserlohn, Germany.  Canadian Army

 


Italy

June 1943.  Location of District Headquarters.

    February 1945. Closure.

July 1944.  Location of RCAF District Headquarters.

    February 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Station Jarvis, Ontario

Location of No. 1 Bombing and Gunnery Scgool

Aug 19th 1940. Formed

Feb 17th, 1945.  Closure


RCAF Station Jericho Beach, British Columbia


RCAF Station Kamloops, British Columbia

Pinetree Line

November 1938.  Location of No. 21 (Magazine) Detachment.

    February 1941.  Closure.

March 1941.  Location of No. 15 (X) Depot.

    October 1955.  Closure.

February 1944.  Location of No. 16 Staging Unit.

    May 1944.  Closure.

1958.  Opened.  Operated by the USAF.

Later.  Transferred to the RCAF.  Home of No. 56 Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Kamloops.

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1 April 1988.  Closure.


RCAF Station Kapuskasing, Ontario

October 1943.  Location of No. 1 Winter Experimental and Training Flight.

    September 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Station/ CFB Kingston, Ontario

August 1940.  Location of No. 31 Service Flying Training School (RAF).

    August 1944.  Closure.

August 1944.  No. 14 Service Flying Training reestablished from Aylmer.

    September 1945.  Closure.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFB Kingston.

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26 July 1997.  1 Wing replaced 10 Tactical Air Group (10 TAG) and relocated from St. Hubert.

    LVG

   

Other Units

Regular Units

Canadian Forces Joint Operations Group (CFJOG)

    Canadian Forces Joint Headquarters (CF JHQ)

    1994.  Established.

    LVG

   

J5 Air

    Canadian Forces Nuclear Biological Chemical Defence Company (CF JNBCD Coy)

    Canadian Forces Joint Signals Regiment (CF JSR)

Canadian Forces Joint Support Group (CF JSG)

    18 June 1993.  Formed.

Land Force Doctrine and Training System Headquarters

        5 September 2000.  Established.

    Land Force Doctrine and Training System

    Fort Frontenac

    Canadian Land Force Command and Staff College

    Peace Support Training System

        July 1996.  Established.

    Directorate of Army Training

        3 September 1996.  Established.

    Directorate of Land Synthetic Environments

    The Army Lessons Learned Centre

    2 Electronic Warfare Squadron

        June 2000.  Transferred under Land Force Doctrine and Training System Headquarters

Director General Land Capability Development

    Director of Land Strategic Development

    Director of Army Doctrine

        1996.  Established.

70 Communication Group Headquarters

Canadian Defence Academy

        1 April 2002.  Established.

    Managing Authority for:

        Non-Commissioned Member Professional Development Centre (St Jean)

        Royal Military College of Canada (Kingston) including:

            Campus Ft. St Jean (St Jean)   

            Canadian Forces Management Development School (St Jean)

        Canadian Forces College (Toronto)

        Canadian Forces Language School (Gatineau, Borden, St Jean)

Royal Military College of Canada

        1946.  Location of Canadian Army Staff College.

        October 1947.  Moved to Fort Frontenac (Kingston).

        September 1992.  Renamed again to Canadian Land Force Command and Staff College.

        1 February 1968. Renamed Canadian Land Forces Command and Staff College.

       

    Land Force Technical Staff Course

    Army Technical Warrant Officer Program

    The Continuing Studies Programme at the Royal Military College of Canada

    LVG

   

Canadian Forces School of Communications and Electronics

    Military Communications and Electronics Museum

    Communications and Electronics Garrison Military Band

Canadian Forces School of Military Intelligence (CFSMI)

Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre Detachment Kingston

Canadian Forces Crypto Maintenance Unit

    1 May 1971. Established.

Canadian Forces National Counter Intelligence Unit - Kingston

1 Dental Unit - Detachment Kingston

33 Health Services Operational and Training Unit

MPO 305 Vimy Post Office

Civilian Human Resources Office

Kingston Garrison Learning and Career Centre

Dispute Resolution Centre

2 Area Support Group Signal Squadron Detachment, Kingston

    1 September 2002.  Established.

Reserve Units

    Reserve Electronic Warfare Squadron

        1 July 1986.  Established.

    The Princess of Wales Own Regiment

    HMCS Cataraqui

    The Brockville Riffles


Kinloss, United Kingdom

February 1945.  Location of No. 19 Operational Training Unit.

    June 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Kitsilano, British Columbia

1965.  Closure


RCAF Detachment Knob Lake, Quebec

Mid-Canada Line

    July 1955.  Opened.

   

    December 1964. Closed.

June 1956.  Opened.

    May 1957.  Closure.


RCAF Station/ CFB La Macaza, Quebec

1962.   Opened

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFB La Macaza.

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1972.  Cease Operation


RCAF Station Lac St. Denis, Quebec

Pinetree Line

1 July 1962.  Operational.  Home of No. 201 RCAF Radio Unit.

Later re-designated No. 12 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Lac St. Denis.

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1 August 1986.  Closed.


RCAF Station Lachine, Quebec

1941.  Opened.  Home of No. 5 Manning Depot.

    1943.  Closure.

November 1942.  Location of No. 1 "Y" Depot.

    September 1945.  Closure.

October 1944.  Location of No. 2 Release Center.

    September 1946.  Closure.

1947.  426 Transport Squadron re-formed at Lachine.

    1 September 1959.  Moved to Trenton.

1 April 1949.  436 Transport Squadron re-formed at Dorval.

    1 July 1956.  Moved to RCAF Station Downsview.

August 1951.  Air Transport Command moved to RCAF Station Lachine from RCAF Station Rockcliffe.

December 1953.  Location of No. 1 Personnel Reception Center.

    May 1959.  Closure.

12 September 1959.  Air Transport Command re-located to RCAF Station Trenton

1959.  Closed.

May 1961.  No. 1 Personnel Reception Center moved to Trenton.

Now home for the Dorval Airport.


CFB Ladner, British Columbia.  (see also RCAF Boundary Bay)

15 July 1971.  Closed


Lagara Island, British Columbia

July 1942.  Location of No. 26 Radio Detachment.

    July 1945. Closure.


RCAF Station/ CFB Lahr

1951.  Opened.  Home of 4 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters and Signal Squadron.

March 1967.  No. 1 (F) Wing moved to Lahr.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFB Lahr.

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412 Squadron Detachment

Does any one known what FKW stands for?  The only thing I know is that is was from the Canadian Wandering Club.  Looking at the badges from Baden, KW stands for Kanadisher Wander.  Can anyone help?

    1 ATU

   

    5 AMU (Air Movements Unit)

   

    Canadian Forces Europe Postal Unit (CFEPU)

   

    Forward Mobile Support Unit

   

    Communication Squadron

   

        Military Aeronautical Communications System (MACS)

       

    Minor Hockey

   

    Motorcycle Club

   

    Rod & Gun Club

   

31 August 1994.  Closed.


Langar, United Kingdom

November 1951.  Location of No. 314 Technical Services Unit.

    May 1959.  Closure.

April 1952.  Location of No. 30 Air Material Base.

    March 1964.  Closure.

May 1952.  Location of No. 317 Transport Flight.

    May 1960.  Closure.


RCAF Station Leaside, Ontario

June 1942.  Location of No. 1 R.D.F. School.

    March 1944.  Closure.


Leeming, United Kingdom

December 1942.  Location of No. 1659 Conversion Unit.

    December 1943.  Closure.

January 1944.  Location of No. 63 Base HQ.

    August 1945.  Closure.

June 1945.  Location of Station HQ.

    May 1946.  Closure.


CFS Leitrim

1941.  Established by the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals as 1 Special Wireless Station.

1948.  Renamed Ottawa Wireless Station.

1966.  Acquired  its current name when the Supplementary Radio System was created.


RCAF Detachment Lethbridge, Alberta


RCAF Station Lethbridge, Alberta

June 1940.  Location of No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School.

    October 1944.  Closure.

Location of No. 8 Bombing and Gunnery Scgool

Oct 13th 1941. Formed 

Dec 15th, 1944.  Closure   

July 1942.  Location of No. 133 (F) Squadron.

    September 1945.  Closure.

November 1944.  Location of No. 1 Reserve Equipment Maintenance Unit.

    March 1946.  Closure.


RCAF Lincoln Park, Alberta.

June 1954.  Opened.

May 1962.  Closure.


Linton-on-Ouse, United Kingdom

January 1943.  Location of Station HQ.

    October 1945.  Closure.

January 1943.  Location of No. 62 Base HQ.

    August 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Station London, Ontario (aka as RCAF Crumlin)

1 April 1938.  Location of No. 114 (Bomber) Squadron (Auxiliary).

    October 1939.  Closure.

June 1940.  Location of No. 3 Elementary Flying Training School.

    June 1942.  Closure.

December 1940.  Location of No. 4 Air Observer School.

    December 1944.  Closure.

December 1952.  Location of No. 4004 Medical Unit (Aux).

    May 1953.  Closure.

15 December 1953.  Location of No. 22 Auxiliary Wing.

    1 April 1957.  Closure.

1954.  The NATO Training and Induction School relocated to RCAF Centralia.

December 1956.  Location of No. 2420 Aircraft Control and Warning.

    May 1961.  Closure.

1958.  No. 2 Personnel Selection Unit (PSU) moved from RCAF Centralia.

May 1958.  Closed.


London, United Kingdom

December 1939.  Location of RCAF Overseas Headquarters.

    March 1947.  Closure.

October 1945.  Location of No. 1 District Headquarters.

    December 1945.  Closure.

June 1953.  Location of RCAF Support Unit, No. 1 Air Division HQ.

    December 1957.  Closure.


Louisbourg, Nova Scotia

August 1942.  Location of No. 6 Radio Detachment.

    July 1945. Closure.

January 1957.  RCAF Division, CJS.

    December 1964.  Closure.


RCAF Station Lowther, Ontario

Pinetree Line

11 June 1958.  Operational.  Operated by the USAF.

Early 1960.  Transferred to the RCAF.  Home of No. 36 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Lowther.

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1 April 1987.  Closed.


RCAF Station Macdonald, Manitoba

February 1941.  Opened as RCAF Detachment Macdonald under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.

Location of No. 3 Bombing and Gunnery Scgool

Mar 10th 1941. Formed

 

Feb 17th, 1945.  Closure

1951.  Station re-opened.

1951.  Location of No. 4 Advanced Flying School

15 July 1951.  Location of No. 1 Air Gunnery School.

    15 February 1953.  Re-designated No. 1 Pilot Weapons School (P.W.S.).

    June 1956.  Closure of  No. 1 Pilot Weapons School.

    30 October 1956.  Renamed 4 AFS (Advance Flying School).

    14 May 1959.  Disbanded.

1 January 1952.  No. 2 Advanced Flying School (No. 2 AFS) was established to train RCAF and NATO pilots, first setting up operations at RCAF Station MacDonald on a temporary basis.

    13 November 1952.  Move to Portage La Prairie, Manitoba

July 1956.  Location of No. 4 Advance Flying School.

    April 1957.  Closure.

31 May 1959.  Station closed.  Storage depot for Air Maintenance Command was established at the former station. RCAF Station Portage La Prairie assumed responsibility for the Detachment, which continued operating until 30 November 1963 when the Depot closed.


RCAF Station Maitland, N.S.

January 1944.  Location of No. 1 Aircrew Graduates Training School..

    October 1944. Closure.


RCAF Station Malton, Ontario

April 1940.  Location of No. 1 Air Observer School.

    April 1945.  Closure.

June 1940.  Location of No. 1 Elementary Flying Training School.

    June 1942.  Closure.

January 1945.  Location of No. 1 Radar Experimental Flight.

    September 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Detachment Malton, Ontario


Marble Island, British Columbia

March 1943.  Location of No. 27 Radio Detachment.

    August 1945. Closure.


RCAF Station Marville, France

1951.  Location of No. 1 (F) Wing.

  

Repro, Mispelled Marville

Title        Marville RCAF Air Base 1954-1967       

Author    Philippe Baar, Pierre Baar, Hughes Herr

ISBN      2-782960-060454

    March 1967.  Moved to Lahr.


CFS Masset, British Columbia (Queen Charlotte Island)

    Fall 1942.  Operated briefly as a RCN radio intercept site.

    Fall 1945.  Closed.

    1949.  RCN re-opened their old site.

    February 1994.  Announced that site would be converted to a remote operation.

    1 April 1997.  Officially stood down and re-established as CFS Masset Detachment Leitrim.


Medicine Hat

February 1941.  Location of No. 34 Service Flying Training School (RAF).

    November 1944.  Closure.

May 1945.  Location of No. 10 Surplus Equipment Holding Unit.

    January 1946.  Closure.


RCAF Detachment Megantic, Quebec


Metz, France

August 1955.  Location of No. 61 Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron.

    December 1962.  Closure.

June 1958.  Location of No. 6 Tactical Air Control.

    May 1959.  Closure.

 


Middleton St. George, United Kingdom

October 1942.  Location of Station HQ.

    25 April 1945.  Closure.

December 1942.  Location of No. 1535 Beam Approach Training Flight.

    August 1943.  Closure.

June 1944.  Location of No. 64 Base HQ.

    June 1944.  Closure.


Millcove

Military Aeronautical Communications System (MACS)


RCAF Station Moisie, Quebec

Pinetree Line

25 May 1953.  Operational.  Home of No. 211 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Moisie.

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   1986.  Closed.


RCAF Station Moncton, New Brunswick

March 1940.  Location of No. 5 Equipment Supply Depot.

    5 February 1992.  Closure.

April 1942.  Location of No. 2 "Y" Depot.

   July 1942.  Closure.

November 1942.  Location of No. 1 "Y" Depot.

    September 1945.  Closure.

January 1943.  Location of No. 164 (T) Squadron.

    July 1946.  Closure.

January 1944.  Location of No. 21 Repair Depot.

    September 1945.  Closure.

February 1945.  Location of No. 6 Reserve Equipment Maintenance Unit.

    April 1945.  Closure.

October 1945.  Location of No. 10 Release Center.

    December 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Station Mont Apica, Quebec

Pinetree Line

15 July 1952.  Operational.  Home of No. 201 Radio Station.  No. 201 Radio Station was itself re-named No. 12 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron.

    1993.  Moved to Bagotville

1963.  The Intercept Controller School was established at the Station.

    1969.  Intercept Controller School is disbanded.

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFS Mont Apica.

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1993.  Closure.


RCAF Station Mont Hope, Ontario

October 1940.  Location of No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School.

    September 1945.  Closure.

Location of No. 1 Wireless School.

Sep 1st, 1944 formed

Oct 31st, 1945.  Closure


RCAF Detachment Mont Joli, Quebec

    February 1941.

    February 1942.


RCAF Station Mont-Joli, Quebec

Location of No. 9 Bombing and Gunnery Scgool

Dec 15th, 1941. Formed

Apr 14th, 1945.  Closure

April 1942.  Location of No. 130 (F) Squadron.

    March 1944.  Closure.

February 1945.  Location of No. 6 Reserve Equipment Maintenance Unit.

    April 1945.  Closure.


RCAF Detachment Montreal, Quebec


RCAF Station Montreal, Quebec

1934.  Location of No. 15 (Fighter) Squadron (Auxiliary).

1934.  Location of No. 18 (Bomber) Squadron (Auxiliary).

Location of No. 1 Wireless School.

Formed Feb 16, 1940

    Sep 1st, 1944. Closure.

November 1939.  Location of No. 11 Aeronautical Inspection District.

    March 1947.  Closure.

May 1940.  Location of No. 3 Training Command

    January 1945.  Closure

June 1940.  Location of No. 12 Equipment Depot.

    March 1946.  Closure of No. 12 Equipment Depot.

December 1942.  Location of No. 2 Construction and Maintenance Unit.

    January 1945.  Closure.

April 1944.  Location of RCAF Biophysics Laboratory, McGill University.

April 1947.  Location of No. 11 Technical Services Unit.

    December 1964.  Closure.

June 1950.  Location of No. 1 Radar and Communications Unit (Aux).

    November 1952.  Closure.

October 1950.  Location of 1 Wing as a RCAF (Reserve) Group.

    1958.  Assigned to Air Transport Command.

    26 July 1997.  Replaced 10 Tactical Air Group and moved to Kingston.   

February 1951.  Location of No. 1 Group Headquarters (Reserve).

    November 1956.  Closure.

June 1951.  Location of No. 2401 Aircraft Control and Warning.

    May 1960.  Closure.

June 1951.  Location of No. 3001 Technical Training Unit.

    February 1964.  Closure.

April 1952.  Location of No. 1 Material Movements Unit.

    May 1955.  Closure.

April 1952.  Location of No. 5000 Intelligence Unit.

    December 1955.  Closure.

1963.  Location of No. 11 Wing (HQ) Org. Orders.

    1964.  Closure.

January 1963.  Location of No. 4008 Medical Unit (Aux).

    February 1964.  Closure.

CFB Montreal

1 Supply Depot

4e Unite de Controle des Mouvements des Forces Canadiennes (4 UCMFC)

Combat

4th Canadian Forces Movement Control Unit  (4 CFMCU)

Combat

25 Canadian Forces Supply Depot (CFSD)

202 Workshop Depot

Location of 712 Communication Squadron

Work Dress

Combat

 

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RCAF Station/ CFB Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

1941.  Station opened.  Location of No. 32 Service Flying Training School (RAF).

    September 1944.  Closure.

    1946.  Station deactivated.

    1952.  Reactivated.

December 1944.  Location of No. 2 Reserve Equipment Maintenance Unit.

    April 1946.  Closure.

June 1953. No. 2 Flying Training School reestablished from Gimli.

1950's

1960's

50th Anniversary of course 5513

    31 August 1965.  2 FTS and 2 AFS amalgamate.

28 August 1959.  Location of Basic FIS.

 

    1 August 1962.  Moves to Gimli, Manitoba.

Mobile Equipment

Curling Club

Hockey

1 February 1968.  Integrated in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Renamed CFB Moose Jaw.

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23 July 1970.  Basic FIS and 2 FTS combine to form 2 CFFTS (Canadian Forces Flying Training School).

   

 

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    Courses   

1980's

1990's

September 1971.  No. 1 Advanced Flying Training Unit moved in from CFB Gimli.

1976.  Location of Air Reserve Augmentation Flight.

4 November 1997.  Formation of NATO Flying Training in Canada (NTFC)

NFTC

Sticker

    15 Air Maintenance Squadron

                      

1993.  Renamed 15 Wing.

  

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        LVG

       

    Central Flying School

   

    FIS ( Flight Instructors and Standards Unit)

   

        LVG

       

    Flying Instructors School

   

        Fighter Instructor School

            Can anyone confirm the location of this school as is has the same design as the crest above

           

    Apache Flight

   

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    Bandit Flight

   

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    Cobra Flight

   

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    Dragon Flight

   

        LVG

       

    Ostrich Flight

   

    Phoenix

   

        LVG

       

    NATO Forces Training Center (NFTC)

   

    CT-155 Hawk 100

   

        LVG

               

    CT-156 Harvard II

   

        LVG