51 Aerospace Control and Warning Operational Training Squadron

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51 Aerospace Control and Warning Operational Training Squadron
Active November 1954- June 1958,
1989 - Present
Country Canada
Branch Royal Canadian Air Force
Role Operational training,
Air Defence
Part of 22 Wing North Bay
Home station CFB North Bay
Motto Tenax propositi
Commanders
Current
commander
Major Shawn Guilbault, CD

51 Aerospace Control and Warning Operational Training Squadron is a Royal Canadian Air Force unit based at 22 Wing/CFB North Bay. It is responsible for all operational and general training at 22 Wing. Operational and conversion training for RCAF personnel destined to work in the Canadian Sector Air Operations Centre (SAOC) is provided by the squadron.[1]

History

51 Aerospace Control and Warning (AC&W) Squadron was originally formed in Comox, BC, in November 1954 and disbanded in June 1958. The squadron was then re-formed at North Bay in 1989 as one of 22 Wing's three units.

In July 1994, the role of the squadron changed to an Operational Training (OT) squadron and it is now responsible for all operational and general training at 22 Wing.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "51 Aerospace Control and Warning Operational Training Squadron". Royal Canadian Air Force. Government of Canada. Retrieved 15 June 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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