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VOL. 31 NO. 31AUGUST 16, 2010NO CHARGE14 WING ESCADRE 14 GREENWOOD, NSSECTIONNo 2 ConstructionBattalion Tribute2Flight EngineersReunion - Greenwood 3Entitlement for theSurviving Spousesof CF Personnel4Bravo Zulu8Chapter Presidentof CAVUNP10SAR Techs Parachutein to Apple Bowl1114 Wing BandPerforms in Bridgetown 17COMMUNITY14 Wing CC Rec Cards 11GMFRC Offerings16LCC Offerings18Youth Happenings 18Welcome toGreenwood19SPORTSZX Cycle N RunCabot Trail Ride15The 19th Hole17t PNQSFIFOTJWF %JBHOPTUJD 4DBO 5PPMTt ZFBS PS -JGFUJNF 8BSSBOUJFT0óDJBM .7* 4UBUJPO(Image: Cpl Melissa Spence, Image Tech, 14 Wing Imaging)Pictured above (left to right) are: Family of Colonel Charles J. Hubbard - Aries Roessler, Bradley Hubbard-Nelson,Charles Hubbard, Frank Hubbard; and family of Flying Officer J.R.G. (Roland) Dubé - Bob Conway, Manon Dubé,Robbie Conway Samantha Conway and Brandy Conway (little girl in the front).By Major Jason Kenny14749 Highway #1, Wilmot, NSOn 30 July 2010, 405 “Eagle” Squadronwas honoured to host family members ofFlying Officer Roland Dubé and ColonelCharles Hubbard (Retired) at the unveiling ofa memorial stone dedicated in memory of thecrew who lost their lives on board Lancaster965 when it crashed in Alert 60 years ago on31 July 2010. Those lost that tragic day were:WEEKLYFor Your InfoHoroscopesFind and WinCucina AuroraSudokuCrosswordClassified AdsPage 20Page 20Page 20Page 21Page 21Page 21Page 22W/C D.T. French, DFCFlt/Lt L.M. (Lorne) MacLeanFlt/Lt J.F.L. SwintonF/O J.R.G. DubéF/O T.D. (Del) MartinF/O J.E. McCutcheonL/A R.L. SprangeDr. D.W. KirkCol (Ret’d) C.J. HubbardAircraft CaptainNavigatorRadio OfficerNavigatorCo-PilotRadio OfficerFlight EngineerDepartment of Mines and SurveysUnited States Weather Bureau.continued on page 3.Canadian TireService DepartmentMonday - Friday 8 am - 5 pmSaturday 8 am - 12noonCall Steve or Kyla at 765-6338Alignment Special 1/2 PRICE95 Most Vehiclesreg 5995 NOW 29Dave’s Collision Works Ltd.FRAME & COLLISION REPAIR SPECIALISTS765-8161CERTIFIEDYour Choice for Collision Repairs

Page 2The Aurora Newspaper, 14 Wing Greenwood, NSAugust 16, 2010Baby Equipment LoanProgram at the GMFRCSubmitted by: Kim Dixon,GMFRC Coordinatorof Child and YouthServices at 765-1494local 1812Are you havingfamily or friends visitand need to borrow apiece of baby equipment for a short pe-riod of time? If so,then the GMFRC ishere to help! For only 2.00 per day for thefirst item-then 0.50increments for eachadditional item borrowed plus a 5.00refundable deposit.You can borrow awide variety of babyequipment items suchas: car seats, boosterseats, portable playpens, gates, strollersand highchairs. To reserve your equipmentplease call 765-5611.No 2 ConstructionBattalion TributeMembers of 14 Wing’s Employment Equity Diversity Council attended theNo. 2 Construction Battalion Tribute in Pictou, NS on 10 Jul 10.SCHOOL OPENING NOTICEAnnapolis Valley Regional School Boardwww.avrsb.caPlease be advised that AVRSB schools will open for TEACHERS on September 1, 2010.AVRSB schools will open for STUDENTS on varying dates betweenSeptember 2 and September 8, 2010 as follows:September 2, 2010:Aldershot Elementary School, Annapolis East Elementary School, Annapolis Royal Regional Academy,Annapolis West Education Centre, Berwick & District School, Bridgetown Regional Elementary School,Bridgetown Regional High School, Brooklyn District Elementary School, Cambridge & District Elementary School,Champlain Elementary School, Coldbrook & District School, Dr. Arthur Hines Elementary School,Dwight Ross Elementary School, Evangeline Middle School, Falmouth District School,Glooscap Elementary School, Hantsport School, Horton High School, Kings County Academy,Kingston & District Elementary School, LE Shaw Elementary School, Lawrencetown Consolidated School,Middleton Regional High School, New Minas Elementary School, Newport Station District School,Northeast Kings Education Centre, Pine Ridge Middle School, Port Williams Elementary School,Three Mile Plains Elementary School, West Kings District High School, Windsor Elementary School,Windsor Forks District School, Wolfville SchoolThe following schools will be opening on September 3, 2010 in alternate locations(because of school renovations):Gaspereau Valley Elementary School (classes being held at LE Shaw Elementary),Somerset & District Elementary School (classes being held at Coldbrook & District School),St. Mary’s Elementary School (classes being held at Dwight Ross Elementary School)September 7, 2010:Lawrencetown Education CentreSeptember 8, 2010:Avon View High School, West Hants Education CentrePlease Note:School offices will be open commencing August 25, 2010 for new registrations and course changes.Specific questions regarding a school opening should be directed to the school.MOTORCRAFT BRAKE PADS OR SHOESWithLifetimeWarranty†Never buy another set of Motorcraft brake padsor shoes with our Lifetime Warranty!†“My shoes don’thave a lifetimewarranty,† but mybrake shoes do.”169 Service Includes:Replacement of front or rear brake pads or shoes Service of calipers, mounts and sliders PER AXLEFOR ONLYInspection of rotors and hydraulic systemTHEAdd brake fluid as requiredFord Protection Plan† that offersreplacement coverage on brake pads and shoesfor as long as you own your vehicle, even ifthey wear out due to normal use99WORKSFuel EconomyPackage‡You could save up to 350 a year on gasAll offers expire August 31, 2010 and are only available at participating dealers. See Service Advisor for complete details. Applicable taxes and provincial levies not included. Dealer may sell for less. ‡Applies to single rear wheel vehicles only. Based on a Ford Fusion V6 automatic that has a fuel consumption rating of 10L/100km in combined city/highway driving(properly tuned), a one-year driving distance of 24,000km and 1.02 per litre for gasoline. Improved fuel efficiency and emission reduction levels depend on model, year and condition of vehicle. Excludes emergency brake pads or shoes. Machining or replacement of rotors and drums available at additional cost. †Ford Protection Plan is only available for noncommercial cars and light trucks. If an eligible Ford, Motorcraft or Ford-approved part fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, wear out or rust through, it will be replaced at no charge as long as the original purchaser of the part owns the vehicle on which the part was installed. Labour is covered for the first 12 months or 20,000km (whichever occurs first)after the date of installation. Emergency brake pads are not eligible under this plan. See Service Advisor for complete details and limitations.Atlantic FDA: 1595 Bedford Highway, Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 3Y4(with this package and regular maintenance).

The Aurora Newspaper, 14 Wing Greenwood, NSPage 3August 16, 2010405 Squadron Alert Lancaster Crash Memorial. cover story continued.The memorial stone,situated along the GreenwoodMemorial Garden Walkway,offers friends and families aquiet place to remember andcontemplate the sacrifices ofthese brave “Eagles”. It isalso worth mentioning thatthis stone was unveiled onthe eve of yet another 405Squadron crew deployment tothe Canadian Arctic to conductsurveillance and support.On 31, July 2010,approximately fifty militaryand civilian membersstationed at Canadian ForcesStation Alert braved thecold to pay their respectsto the fallen crew. Thepoem “High Flight”, whichadorns the memorial stone inGreenwood, was read duringthe Alert ceremony and willhopefully become a yearly actof remembrance.On behalf of theCommanding Officer of 405(Long Range Patrol) (LRP)Squadron, Lieutenant ColonelIrvine, and the men and womenof 405 (LRP) Squadron, Iwould like to offer my sincerethanks and appreciation forthe cooperation and effortof all who helped makethis dedication ceremonymemorable. Many thanksto the Greenwood MilitaryAviation Museum, membersof the VP International,members of 14 Wing Logisticsand Engineering Branch,graphic designer Mr. BruceGormley of the MaritimeProving and Evaluation Unit,Heritage Memorials andthe many businesses andindividuals who generouslydonated and supported thissignificant project.As stated by LColIrvine during the unveilingceremony, “Our remembranceMembers of 405 Long Range Patrol Squadron stand on parade during the Alert Lancaster Crash Memoof our fallen comrades remainsin our hearts. At the going rial Ceremony at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum Memorial Garden Walkway.On July 31, 1950 a 405 ‘Eagle’ Squadron Lancaster (#965) crashed during an arctic survey, surveillance,down of the sun, and in themorning, we will remember and resupply mission in support of Operation NANOOK. All nine crewmembers perished.them. DUCIMUS!”(Image: Cpl Melissa Spence, Image Tech, 14 Wing Imaging)Flight Engineers Reunion – Greenwood NSSeptember 16-17-18 & 19thThursday 16th – Early registration – 1200 hrs at the VPICentre, #1 Ward. Food trays available. Free will.Friday 17th – Regular registration – Non to 1600 hrs atthe VPI Centre Regular MEET & GREET – 1800 hrs at the Kingston LionsHall. - 15.00 per person. FOOD – Seafood chowder or chilli – Cheese & VegetableTrays, Rolls, Tea or Coffee. Saturday 18th – Gathering at the VPI Centre – 0900 toEggs, Ham & Sausages, Hash Browns & Pancakes, Toast,1700 hours for Golf, Wine Tour, Flight Deck Simulator, etcTea, Coffee, Juice. - 10.00 per person. BANGUET – 1800 hrs at the Kingston Lions HallThe cut off date has been set for 10th September. Menu – Roast Beef or Lobster, Baked Potatoes & VegPlease register with us by the 5th.etables, Rolls Dessert – Apple, Strawberry or RhubarbForaregistrationform please contact Al Belliveau - Tel.Crisp, Apple Juice Wine, Tea, Coffee - 25.00 per person Sunday 19th – Brunch & Farewell/FE’s meeting – 1000 Home 1-902-765-2477 - Cell 1-902-760-2477 or emailat the Kingston Lions Hall. Breakfast Menu: Scrambled abelliveau@eastlink.ca.Childcare During Your Moveyour moving claim. Please contact Kim Dixon at the GMFRC(local 1812) for booking information. Space is limited, soThe Greenwood Military Family Resource Centre (GMFRC) please book in advance.recognizes the need for short-term childcare for militaryfamilies during the active posting season. If you are a CFFamily moving to 14 Wing or are posted out this summerand are having difficulty finding childcare during your packand unpack, your GMFRC is here to help. Due to currentrenovations at our centre we are unable to provide childcareon site; however we do have a couple of screened childcarehomes in the local area that can provide childcare to CFFamilies during this busy time. Families are required to paythe childcare provider directly, and will be issued a receipt forSubmitted by: Kim Dixon, GMFRC Coordinator of Childand Youth Services at 765-1494 local 1812L’École de Langues de l’Estrie està la recherche d’un professeur defrançais langue seconde pour labase de GreenwoodExigences :* Un baccalauréat (en éducation ou domaine pertinent)* Très bonne connaissance du françaisVeuillez envoyer une lettre de présentation etvotre curriculum vitae à:Sheila Dubé, conseillère pédagogiqueTéléc. : 902-765-1256Sheila.dube@forces.gc.caMrs. “V’s” Music StudioOver 30 years of teaching students and performanceTired of not getting it? The reality is you have tounderstand music to “master” ANY musical instrument.PIANO, BEGINNER GUITAR, ORGANAND THEORY LESSONS“Give the gift of a lifetime, give the gift of music”Mrs. Cheryl Vanderpryt, Mrs. “V”38 Main St. Jefferson Pines, Kingston, Nova Scotia765-8816 (H) or 760-0025 (C)HAVE YOU BEENPOSTED?Please RETURN14 WING’S LIBRARYBOOKS,to the LIBRARYBEFORE you LEAVE.THANK YOU!

Page 4August 16, 2010The Aurora Newspaper, 14 Wing Greenwood, NSPriority Public Service Entitlementfor the Surviving Spouses of CF PersonnelThe Public Service Commission of Canada has establisheda new priority entitlement for the surviving spouses andcommon-law partners of Canadian Forces personnel who havedied while performing their duties.The priority entitlement gives eligible spouses increasedaccess to public service employment opportunities by placingtheir names and résumés on a priority listing for externalfederal government job competitions. Spouses then have theright to compete for positions and be appointed in priority toall other persons, except statutory priorities, to any term orindeterminate position in the public service for which theymeet the essential qualifications.The program will be administered by Director CasualtySupport Management (DCSM) and the Public ServiceCommission of Canada. A representative from DCSM willbe contacting all eligible spouses to make sure they are awareof this opportunity should they choose to take advantage ofthe entitlement.“Director Military Family Services (DMFS) is pleasedto help spread the word about this significant gesture onthe part of the Canadian government, which honours andacknowledges the sacrifices of these spouses by offering themnew employment opportunities that may help build a brighterfuture,” indicated Celine Thompson, Director, DMFS.For complete details about this opportunity, please visit thePublic Service Commission’s website at ch-ci-joint-eng.htm. A helpfullist of Frequently Asked Questions about this initiative is alsoavailable at surviv-eng.htm.Droit de priorité à la Commission de la fonctionpublique pour les conjoints survivants des membresdes Forces canadiennesLa Commission de la fonction publique du Canada a établiLe droit de priorité donne aux conjoints admissibles unun nouveau droit de priorité pour les conjoints et conjoints de accès accru aux occasions d’emploi dans la fonction publique.fait survivants des membres des Forces canadiennes qui ont Pour ce faire, leurs noms et curriculums vitæ sont inscrits surperdu la vie dans le cadre de leurs fonctions.une liste prioritaire en prévision des concours externes dugouvernement fédéral. Ainsi, les conjoints peuvent ensuite poserleur candidature dans le cadre d’un concours et être nommés enpriorité, sauf en cas de priorités légales, à tout poste de duréedéterminée ou indéterminée au sein de la fonction publique poursince 1993lequel ils possèdent les qualifications essentielles.Providing Lessons in Violin, Viola,Le programme sera administré par le Directeur – Gestion dusoutien aux blessés (D Gest SB) et la Commission de la fonctionCello, and Double Bass forpublique du Canada. Un représentant du D Gest SB communiqueraBeginning and Advanced Students.Kingston StringsFor further information call765-8826Lessons with Mr. Roger TaylorStarting September 2010 in Greenwood.OPTOMETRY CLINICDr. Paul J. GagnonComprehensive Eye ExaminationsLatest Eyewear Fashions and Contact LensesNew Patients WelcomeZellers Plaza Greenwood(902) 765-2715The Aurora Newspaper is published each Monday by 14 Wing under the authority ofColonel W.F. Seymour, CD, Wing Commander. Est publié chaque lundi par la 14eEscadre sous les auspices du Colonel W.F. Seymour, CD, Commandant de l’escadre.Managing Editor/Rédacteur - Stephen R. Boates (902) 765-1494 ext. 5441Wing Public Affairs Officer & Editorial Asst. Capt Scott Spurr (902) 765-1494 ext. 5101Production Coordinator/Coordinateur de production Brian Graves (902) 765-1494 ext. 5699Business & Advertising Representative/Représentant, Affaires et Publicité Anne Kempton (902) 765-1494 ext. 5833Administrative Clerk/Commis adminiftratifCandace Ernst, (902) 765-1494 ext. 5440FAX (902) 765-1717 E-mail: aurora@auroranewspaper.comCirculation/Circulation: 5900 - Agreement No. 462268; Numéro de contrat 462268.The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit, condense or reject copy or advertisingto suit the aims of a Service Newspaper as specified in CFAO 57.5 and/or by theEditorial Board.Le comité de rédaction se réserve le droit de reviser, de condenser ou de rejetter toutarticle ou message publicitaire afin de satisfaire aux exigences relatives aux journauxmilitaires figurant dans l’OAFC 57.5.Pen names may be permitted at the discretion of the Editor. Le rédacteur en chef peut,à sa discrétion, permettre l’utilistion de pseudonymes.Opinions and advertisements appearing in “The Aurora Newspaper” are those of theindividual contributor or advertiser and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of 14Wing, Greenwood or the Printers.L’escadre 14, Greenwood et les éditeurs laissent l’entière responsabilité de leurstextes et de leurs annonces publicitaires aux auteurs et aux annonceurs. Les opinionsexprimées sont celles des collaborateurs et ne reflètent pas nécessairement les pointsde vue des Forces armées canadiennes ou du comité de rédaction.DWIGHT ROSS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSEPTEMBER 2010 REGISTRATIONWEDNESDAY AUGUST 25th9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.The principal invites all students (P-5)new to the school to register onWednesday August 25th D P S P avec tous les conjoints admissibles pour s’assurer qu’ils sont aucourant de cette occasion, s’ils choisissaient d’en tirer parti.« La Direction des services aux familles des militaires (DSFM)est heureuse d’aider à répandre les renseignements touchant cetteinitiative importante du gouvernement canadien, qui honoreet reconnaît les sacrifices de ces conjoints en leur offrant denouvelles occasions d’emploi pour les aider à bâtir un avenirprometteur », déclare Céline Thompson, directrice de la DSFM.Pour en savoir plus sur cette initiative, visitez le site Web dela Commission de la fonction publique en visitant le site websuivant: x?.Vous pouvez aussi consulter la liste pratique de questions les plusfréquemment posées au sujet de cette initiative au site web suivant -surviv-fra.htm.B&DBirth Certificates are required as proof of age forstudents entering Primary in the 2010-2011 schoolyear. All students entering Primary must be five yearsof age on or before December 31, 2010. Parents ofnew students must provide a birth certificate, healthcard and a copy of immunization records.The school office will reopen onWednesday August 25th. If you have any questions,please call the school at 765-7510.The Aurora is in no way responsible for typographical errors arising from hand writtenor printed copy.In case of typographical error, the liability of “The Aurora Newspaper” is limited to arefund of the space charged for the erroneous item. In case of advertisements acceptedby telephone, “The Aurora” accepts no liability for error whatsoever. Errors must bebrought to the attention of the editor within three (3) days after publication.En cas d’erreur typographique l’Aurora ne s’engage à rembourser que l’espace occupépar l’article dans lequel s’est glissé l’erreur. 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The Aurora Newspaper, 14 Wing Greenwood, NSPage 5August 16, 2010Kingston 51st SteerBBQ & Village FairSubmitted by: Butch Fleury, Public Relations KingstonSteer BBQ & Village FairThe 51st Kingston Steer BBQ & Village Fair has come andgone and was enjoyed by many. Everything started on FridayJuly 9th at 6:00 p.m. with the 650 lb Steer being put in theBBQ to start 18 hours of cooking. Then from 6:30 till 10:00p.m. entertainment on stage for young and old and ending theevening with a superb fire works display sponsored by theVillage of Kingston.Saturday started off with a delicious breakfast put on bythe Kingston and District Fire Department. The Grand StreetParade, was one of the biggest in years, started at 10:45 a.m.and finished at the BBQ grounds just as the Steer was takenoff the BBQ. From then on it was beef dinners, burger bits,fries, poutine, strawberry short cake, games for children, dunktank, bingo, Udderly Delicious Dessert Contest, MotorcycleShow & Shine and great entertainment on stage till the bigrain hit at 5:00 p.m.The Kingston Steer BBQ and Village Fair committee wouldlike to thank all those volunteers & supporters of the BBQ.Thanks as well, to all who donated their time to man thedifferent venues. All of your support made it happen.Special thanks goes to the following for their donations andsupport of this year’s event: Fraser’s Pro Home Centre, JoyEl-Army Surplus, Val Con Holdings Exit Reality, County ofKings, Sobeys, Valley Drug Mart, David Proudfoot, Loomer’sPortables, Averys Farm Market, Canadian Tire, MP Greg Kerr,MLA Leo Glavine, Greenwood Mall Merchants, Valley CreditUnion, Mid Valley Construction, RONA Building Supplies,Bruce G/M Middleton, T&S Office Essentials & Printing,OH Armstrong’s, Parsons Motors & Trailers, Andy’s Tire,Greenwood Subway, Needs Kingston, Cleveland InsuranceLtd, Decoste MFG Ltd, J.C Hot Tubs, Grampies Country Barn,Dooley’s Greenwood, Loomers Pumping, McCabe Flooring,Dr. Yafi, Dr. P. 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Page 6The Aurora Newspaper, 14 Wing Greenwood, NSAugust 16, 2010 Obituary BOATES, Reginald Avery - Kingston, NSBOATES, Reginald Avery - 87, of Kingston, NSpassed away Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Valley RegionalHospital, Kentville. Born in Wilmot, he was a son ofthe late Joseph and Abigail (Taylor) Boates. Reginaldserved with the West Nova Scotia Regiment duringthe Second World War. After the war, he went to workfor Hiltz Bros. Furniture, Kentville. For many yearshe owned and operated R.A. Boates Furniture & Appliances Limited, Kingston. He was a charter memberand first President of the Kingston Lions Club, chartermember and first General Chairman of the KingstonSteer Barbeque, past member of the Paragon Golf &Country Club, past member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 98 Kingston and past Commissionerand Chairman of the Kingston Village Commission.Reginald enjoyed golfing and travelling. He will besadly missed by his family and friends. He is survived byhis sons, John (Gail), Frankford, ON; Jeffrey (DeborahPhillips), Greenwood and Stephen (Kathleen), Kingston; sisters, Abby Clark, Berwick and Pauline (George)Barker, Wilmot; daughters-in-law, Janette, Middletonand Janice, Melvern Square; grandchildren, Cheryl,Kimberley, Michael, Tracey, Darren, Justin, Joseph,Isaac, Alex, Brian and John and great-grandchildren,Kierstin, Nicholas, Geoffrey, Connor, Daniel and Bella.Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his first wifethe former Edith MacInnes; his second wife the formerFrances Cleveland; son Gerard “Gerry”; sisters Mazie,Chuckie, Tommie; brothers, Lorne, Tib, John, Bob, Billand Roy. Cremation has taken place. Visitation was heldfrom 7-9PM Wednesday, August 4 in the MiddletonFuneral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448 wherethe memorial service was held at 11:00AM Thursday,August 5. Rev. Danny Smith officiated. A reception forfamily and friends followed the service. Interment wasin North Kingston Cemetery. By request, family flowersonly. Donations in memory may be made to the charityof choice. Online condolences may be made through:www.middletonfuneralhome.com.NOTICEFales River Walking BridgeModificationsThe Village of Greenwood gives noticethat commencing August 16,2010 toapproximately mid September or soonerthe walking trail bridge will be closed tothe public to allow for modifications andimprovements to the bridge and approaches.Marian ElsworthClerk/TreasurerVillage of Gr

of CAVUNP 10 SAR Techs Parachute in to Apple Bowl 11 14 Wing Band Performs in Bridgetown 17 SECTION 14 Wing CC Rec Cards 11 GMFRC Offerings 16 LCC Offerings 18 Youth Happenings 18 Welcome to Greenwood 19 COMMUNITY ZX Cycle N Run Cabot Trail Ride 15 The 19th Hole 17 SPORTS Dave's Collision Works Ltd. FRAME & COLLISION REPAIR SPECIALISTS 765-8161