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CFB Borden  June 3rd  2017

The general public was invited to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Flying Corps Canada. The RCAF’s 16 Wing Borden hosted a rededication of the RCAF Cairn. The cairn honours the men and women who have served with Canadian military aviation since 1917

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Borden, Ontario, is the birthplace of military flight in Canada. The Royal Flying Corps Canada (RFCC) was established in late January 1917 to recruit and train Canadians for service in the RFC during the First World War

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Flypast by the RCAF CT-142 Dash-8 trainer

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RCAF CT-156 Harvard II trainer

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A formation of RCAF CT-155 Hawks flying over the monument

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Brigadier-General Dave Cochrane and CWO J.O.P Jette placing the Canadian Armed Forces wreath

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Colonel Andrew Fleming CD 16 Wing Commander and Chief Warrant Officer Necole Belanger

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