19 juillet 2021 | Local, Aérospatial

Canada prepares to launch multibillion-dollar pilot training revamp ahead of fighter order

As the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) upgrades its fleet with new aircraft, including the upcoming purchase of 88 advanced fighter jets, it is revamping pilot training through a multibillion-dollar programme called Future Aircrew Training (FAcT).

https://www.flightglobal.com/defence/canada-prepares-to-launch-multibillion-dollar-pilot-training-revamp-ahead-of-fighter-order/144618.article

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RUTLAND WILL PROCEED TO THE ADVANCED TRAINING LIST TO ATTEND THE DEVELOPMENTAL PHASE FOUR PROGRAMME, AT THE UNITED STATES ARMY WAR COLLEGE, IN CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA CAPTAIN(N) M.A. SHEPPARD WILL BE APPOINTED DIRECTOR NAVAL STRATEGY, AT NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) M. COATES COLONEL D.A. SMITH WILL BE APPOINTED COMMANDER CANADIAN FORCES JOINT OPERATIONAL SUPPORT GROUP, IN KINGSTON, REPLACING COLONEL C.M. HARDING COLONEL A.T. SPOTT WILL BE APPOINTED A4 LOGISTICS, 1 CANADIAN AIR DIVISION HEADQUARTERS, IN WINNIPEG, REPLACING COLONEL L.J. GIROUARD COLONEL D.L. TAYLOR WILL BE APPOINTED DIRECTOR AEROSPACE EQUIPMENT PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, AT NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL M.W.J. RODGERS COLONEL P.A. THAUBERGER WAS APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING STRATEGIC PLANS, AT SJS, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) S.M. THORNTON CAPTAIN(N) J.R.M. THIBAULT WILL BE APPOINTED DIRECTOR � MATERIEL GROUP STRATEGIC PLAN, AT NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) R.C. GRAY COLONEL N.P. TORRINGTON-SMITH WILL BE APPOINTED VICE CHIEF JOINT CYBER CENTER, NORAD, IN COLORADO SPRINGS, REPLACING COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED J.A. ROPER COLONEL E.M. VANDENBERG WILL BE APPOINTED DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF SUPPORT, CANADIAN JOINT OPERATIONS COMMAND, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL M.W.J. RANCOURT COLONEL J.D.V. VASS WILL PROCEED TO THE ADVANCED TRAINING LIST TO ATTEND THE DEVELOPMENTAL PHASE FOUR PROGRAMME, AT CANADIAN FORCES COLLEGE, IN TORONTO COLONEL R.J. WALKER WILL BE APPOINTED COMMANDER 15 WING, IN MOOSE JAW, REPLACING COLONEL D.P. O REILLY COLONEL V.P. WAWRYK WILL BE APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF AIR FORCE TRAINING, 2 CANADIAN AIR DIVISION HEADQUARTERS, IN WINNIPEG, REPLACING COLONEL R.J. WALKER COLONEL H.L. WRIGHT WILL BE APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF MENTAL HEALTH, AT CF H SVCS GP HQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL C.A. FORESTIER LIEUTENANT-COLONEL M.M.M. ASSELIN WAS PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED COMMANDER 4 HEALTH SERVICES GROUP, IN MONTREAL, REPLACING COLONEL S.M. PLOURDE COMMANDER J.A. BIDDISCOMBE WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED AND APPOINTED MEDICAL LIAISON OFFICER, MINISTERIAL LIAISON TEAM, OP IMPACT, REPLACING COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED G.J. PECKHAM COMMANDER M.J. BAREFOOT WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) AND APPOINTED DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INTELLIGENCE – NORAD/USNORTHCOM, IN COLORADO SPRINGS, REPLACING COLONEL L.H. REMILLARD LIEUTENANT-COLONEL D. CHARBONNEAU WAS PROMOTED ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED COLONEL AND APPOINTED COMPTROLLER ROYAL CANADIAN AIRFORCE, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL J.C.D. AUDET WHO RETIRED LIEUTENANT-COLONEL D.S. COUTTS WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND WILL PROCEED TO THE ADVANCED TRAINING LIST TO ATTEND THE DEVELOPMENTAL PHASE FOUR PROGRAMME AT UNITED STATES AIR WAR COLLEGE, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J.A. DALLAIRE WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF � CONTINENTAL OPERATIONS, CANADIAN JOINT OPERATIONS COMMAND HEADQUARTERS, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL P.C. ALLAN WHO WILL RETIRE LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R.D. DOVE WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED, DEPUTY G5 – 1ST CAVALRY DIVISION, IN FORT HOOD TEXAS, REPLACING COLONEL J.F. CAUDEN LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R.J. FITZGERALD WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED AND APPOINTED CANADIAN DEFENCE ATTACHE BRAZIL, IN BRASILIA, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) J.R.R. BRISSON WHO WILL RETIRE COMMANDER M.Y. FLUET WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR NAVAL FORCE READINESS, IN HALIFAX, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) A.C. HINGSTON LIEUTENANT-COLONEL B.M.V. GIROUX WAS PROMOTED ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED COLONEL AND WILL BE APPOINTED COUNTER TERRORISM LIAISON OFFICER, MINISTERIAL LIAISON TEAM, OP IMPACT, REPLACING COLONEL A.T. RUFF LIEUTENANT-COLONEL D.G. GRIMSHAW WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED AND APPOINTED CANADIAN DEFENCE ATTACHE PAKISTAN, IN ISLAMABAD, REPLACING COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED J.J.G. TREMBLAY LIEUTENANT-COLONEL S.T. HATTON WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED CHIEF OF STAFF, CADTC, IN KINGSTON, REPLACING COLONEL J.L. ANDREWS LIEUTENANT-COLONEL D.R. HENLEY WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR AIR PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL A.T. SPOTT LIEUTENANT-COLONEL C.J. HORNER WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR AIR DOMAIN DEVELOPMENT, IN OTTAWA REPLACING COLONEL N.P. TORRINGTON-SMITH LIEUTENANT-COLONEL M.C.G. LEHOUX WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR CONCEPTS AND EXPERIMENTATION, AT CFD, IN OTTAWA LIEUTENANT-COLONEL M.J.E. MALLETTE WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED AND APPOINTED CANADIAN ARMY COMPTROLLER, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL K.M. GASH LIEUTENANT-COLONEL H.S. MORRISON WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR FORCE SUSTAINMENT, AT CANSOFCOM, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL D.P. MATSALLA WHO WILL RETIRE LIEUTENANT-COLONEL S.R. MURPHY WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED US ARMY CGSC-SAMS INSTRUCTOR, IN FORT LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, REPLACING COLONEL Y. MICHAUD COMMANDER J.S. OUELLET WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) AND WILL BE APPOINTED COMMANDER CANADIAN SUBMARINE FORCE, IN ESQUIMALT, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) C.A. ROBINSON LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R.L. POINT WAS PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVISOR-SECURITY AND FORCE PROTECTION, AT CANADIAN JOINT OPERATIONS COMMAND, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL B.D. FREI WHO RETIRED LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J.R. POIRIER WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR WESTERN HEMISPHERE POLICY, AT NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL D.J.J. POITRAS LIEUTENANT-COLONEL S.J.D. POUDRIER WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR SUSTAINMENT STRATEGY AND READINESS STRATEGIC JOINT STAFF, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL C.A. HEILMAN LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R.D. RAYMOND WAS PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED CHIEF OF STAFF, CANADIAN ARMED FORCES STRATEGIC RESPONSE TEAM � SEXUAL MISCONDUCT (CSRT-SM) COMMANDER J.S. RICHARD WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) AND APPOINTED DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER – DGMPD(SEA), IN OTTAWA, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) M. THIBAULT LIEUTENANT-COLONEL E.H.J. ROBERDS WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED AND APPOINTED CANADIAN DEFENCE ATTACHE RUSSIA, IN MOSCOW, REPLACING COLONEL S.D. BINDON COMMANDER G.G. ROBERTS WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR DEFENCE FORCE PLANNING, IN NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) J.F.A. BOISJOLI COMMANDER S. SADER WILL BE PROMOTED CAPTAIN(N) AND APPOINTED BASE COMMANDER, CANADIAN FORCES BASE ESQUIMALT, REPLACING CAPTAIN(N) J.R. BOYD LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R. SMITH WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED COMMANDING OFFICER, TASK FORCE EL GORAH, IN EGYPT, REPLACING COLONEL J.D.S. MASSON LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J.D.E. SOUCY WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED CHIEF OF STAFF OF MATERIEL SYSTEMS AND SUPPLY CHAIN DIVISION WITH MATERIAL GROUP, AT NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL C.E.M. DERI LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R.C. TOWNSEND WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED DIRECTOR AIR READINESS AND PLANS, AT NDHQ, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL J.A. MACCAULL COMMANDER L.J.P. TREMBLAY WILL BE PROMOTED ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED CAPTAIN(N) AND APPOINTED CANADIAN DEFENCE ATTACHE IRAQ, IN BAGHDAD, REPLACING COLONEL R.K. CHAMBERLAIN WHO WILL RETIRE LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J.D.S. VEILLETTE WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED AND APPOINTED DEPUTY CHIEF AIR MOBILITY DIVISION, OP FOUNDATION, REPLACING COLONEL ACTING WHILE SO EMPLOYED C.L. ROBIDOUX LIEUTENANT-COLONEL S.A. ZIMA WILL BE PROMOTED COLONEL AND APPOINTED J4 CANADIAN JOINT OPERATIONS COMMAND, IN OTTAWA, REPLACING COLONEL D.A. SMITH IN ADDITION TO THOSE ANNOUNCED AT REF, THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS HAVE RETIRED OR WILL RETIRE IN 2019: COLONEL P.C. ALLAN COLONEL F. BARITEAU CAPTAIN(N) J.R.R. BRISSON CAPTAIN(N) D.A. COLBOURNE COLONEL H.G. COOMBS CAPTAIN(N) J. COUILLARD COLONEL J.M.A. GUEVREMONT COLONEL C.D. HARRIS COLONEL R.A.T. HARVIE CAPTAIN(N) S.E. HOOPER COLONEL J. JARDINE CAPTAIN(N) S. JORGENSEN CAPTAIN(N) S.P. OSBORNE COLONEL D.P. MATSALLA COLONEL C.R. NAMIESNOWSKI COLONEL D.A. ORR COLONEL G. PETROLEKAS COLONEL H.N. SMITH COLONEL K.N. WHITTAKER CAPTAIN(N) D.M.C. YOUNG SENIOR APPOINTMENTS THAT REQUIRE DIPLOMATIC CONCURRENCE OR FURTHER APPROVAL WILL BE COORDINATED AS NECESSARY ALL OFFICERS ARE TO FORWARD AN UPDATED BIOGRAPHY IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH AND AN UPDATED PHOTOGRAPH, AS APPLICABLE, WITH HEAD AND SHOULDERS IN SERVICE DRESS UNIFORM WEARING THEIR NEW RANK TO NDHQ/DSA COORD SIGNED BY GEN J.H. VANCE, CDS https://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/gen-vance-announces-new-appointments-of-colonels-and-rcn-captains

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