NATO Flying Training In Canada celebrates 200,000 flying hours on Harvard ll Aircraft
from Ottawa Citizen
The NATO Flying Training in Canada program celebrated 200,000 flying hours on the CT-156 Harvard II aircraft at 15 Wing Moose Jaw, SK. Hundreds of people — including Bombardier personnel, industry partners and military personnel — gathered at 15 Wing headquarters to mark the milestone. Captain Charles Barker, a pilot with 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School, and Second Lieutenant Joel Anderson, a student at the school, were officially recognized as the pilots that clocked the 200,000th flying hour on the Harvard aircraft.
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