Canada to Call Back its Fighter Jets from the Coalition Force against Daash

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English/ Anglais  CK2006-0294-02  17 June 2006  Hamilton, Ontario  CT-155 Hawks aircraft from 419 Squadron Cold Lake, fly in formation with the B-25 Mitchell Bomber of Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum over Lake Ontario, Ontario. The aircrafts were part of the Heritage Flight organized by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum of Hamilton and 419 Squadron, 4 Wing Cold Lake, Alberta.  The Museum’s Mitchell 3 is a B-25 Model J that was manufactured for the post-war. It has been restored to the configuration of an aircraft from 98 Squadron RAF and is also dedicated to the Canadian members of that squadron and all the members of Canadian Warplane Heritage (CWH) who were awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.  The CT-155 Hawk is a highly advanced jet trainer. It was selected by the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program for its similarities to sophisticated front-line fighter aircraft. It has an advanced glass cockpit with a Heads Up Display (HUD), an integrated navigation & weapon aiming system and a high-powered turbofan engine. The CT-155 Hawk is a highly advanced jet trainer. It was selected by the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program for its similarities to sophisticated front-line fighter aircraft. It has an advanced glass cockpit with a Heads Up Display (HUD), an integrated navigation & weapon aiming system and a high-powered turbofan engine. French/Français  CK2006-0294-02  17 juin 2006  Hamilton (Ontario)  Des CT155 Hawks du 419e Escadron de Cold Lake effectuent un vol en formation avec le bombardier B25 Mitchell du Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum au-dessus du lac Ontario. Les avions faisaient partie de l’Heritage Flight organisé par le Canadian Warplane Museum de Hamilton et par le 419e Escadron de la 4e Escadre Cold Lake, en Alberta. Le Mitchell 3 du Musée est un B25 de modèle J qui a été fabriqué pour l’après guerre. Il a été remis en état d’après la configuration d’un aéronef du 98e Escadron de la RAF et il est

The Canadian Foreign Minister Stephen Dion said on Monday evening that new Liberal government will be formed in Canada in a couple of weeks.

The new Canadian government is much dedicated to fulfill their election campaign promise regarding the withdrawal of six Canadian fighter jets participating in the attacks against terrorist groups and Daash organization in Syria and Iraq. Stephen Dion further said that Liberals have taken power of the government in the previous month. He added that Canada is well dedicated in the campaign with the U.S deployed anti-terrorist troops by sending more soldiers to train Kurdish Peshmerga forces in the northern Iraq.

Stephen Dion further added in this press statement that withdrawal of Canadian forces is just a matter of some weeks not for months. He further added that our fighter jets are participating two percent in the air strikes against terrorist groups and Daash militants and we need more participation as a coalition partner. Some authentic diplomatic sources informed that the United States, the United Kingdom and France unofficially stated about disappointment that ‘Canada has promised to pull back Canadian ground forces and it can be a drawback in the fight against terrorism and Daash organization’. Point to be noted that Liberals party headed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defeated the conservative party who promised for sending trainers and fighter jets in the Middle East.

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