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429 Transport Squadron

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429 Transport Squadron
No. 429 Squadron RCAF badge.jpg
Active 1942–1945
1967–2005
2007–current
Country  Canada
Branch Canada Royal Canadian Air Force
Current base CFB Trenton
Nickname(s) "Bisons"
Motto(s) "FORTUNAE NIHIL" (Nothing to chance)
Mascot(s) Bison
Battle honours English Channel and North Sea 1943-1945, Baltic 1943-1945, Fortress Europe 1943-1944, France and Germany 1944-1945, Biscay Ports 1943-1944, Ruhr 1943-1944, Berlin 1943-1944, German Ports 1943-1944, Normandy 1944, Rhine, Biscay 1943-1944
Insignia
Identification
symbol
Argent on a mount Vert a Bison Gules hoofed and horned Or the head lowered
Aircraft flown
Bomber Vickers Wellington
Handley Page Halifax
Avro Lancaster
Transport Douglas CC-129 Dakota
De Havilland Canada CC-115 Buffalo
Lockheed CC-130 Hercules transport
CC-177 Globemaster III

429 Transport Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force is one of four squadrons attached to CFB Trenton in Trenton, Ontario. The squadron was originally formed as a bomber squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) attached to RAF Bomber Command during the Second World War.

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History

The squadron was formed on 7 November 1942 as the 429 (Bomber) Squadron RAF with No 4 Group at RAF East Moor, but reassigned to RCAF under No 6 Group shortly after and disbanded on May 31, 1946.[1] The squadron moved to RAF Leeming in 1943.

The current transport role was established at RCAF Station St Hubert on August 21, 1967, as 429 Tactical Transport Unit and in August 1981 renamed 429 Transport Squadron and moved to CFB Winnipeg. The final move was in 1990 to 8 Wing in Trenton, Ontario. 429 Squadron was disbanded in 2005.

Two years later in August 2007, 429 Squadron was again re-activated, this time operating the CC-177 Globemaster III strategic transport aircraft.

Aircraft used by 429 Sqn include:

World War II

Post War

References

This page was last edited on 4 July 2018, at 00:06
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