Royal Canadian Air Force to update fixed-wing training at military flight training

Royal Canadian Air Force has announced Lieutenant Colonel Erik Rozema-Seaton, Commanding Officer, 426 Transport Training Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force will provide a fixed-wing training update from: The Role of the 426 Transport Training Squadron in Building and Delivering Effective Fixed Wing Training Programmes, the company said.

Lieutenant Colonel Erik Rozema-Seaton has flown as an instructor/evaluator on the CC130H and E-3, deploying numerous times around the globe. An experienced staff officer at the Canadian Joint Operations Command, he was also the Deputy Commanding Officer of 426 (T) Sqn, and the Commanding Officer of Canadian Forces Station Alert, having recently assumed command of 426 (T) Sqn on 20 July 2018.

Erik Rozema-Seaton´s will offer instruction that includes:

• Generating operationally effective air mobility aircrew and technicians to operate in full support of Canadian Forces operations
• Contractor cooperation to deliver flexible training delivery
• Flight simulator to train pilots in advanced and realistic operational scenarios
• Preparing aircrew and support staff for international deployments versatile training facilities