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First Canadian Airforce C-17 Pilot

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Elizabeth Crosier, age of 25, has become the first Royal Canadian Airforce's C-17(CC-177) pilot at CFB Trenton the home of 429 Transport Squadron and Canada's fleet of C-17s. (www.rcaf-arc.forces.gc.ca) More...

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whiskeymikealpha
wallace adam 1
I agree with a previous member's comment that Elizabeth is probably the first FEMALE C-17 pilot; the C-17 has been at Trenton for a while. Nevertheless, congratulations from a 1968-1970 429 Squadron member! (CC-115 Buffalos at St Hubert PQ)
cnrail65
cnrail65 0
about time !!! Fantastic !!!
barhubby
Congratulations to Elizabeth ...great accomplishment and wish her well !!!
Derg
Roland Dent 0
Glad Canada has their own C-17s. Not so long back they were hitching rides.
captainmoe
Maurice Cote 0
Kudos to Captain Crosier and keep up the good work. Captain Moe
alistairm
alistairm 0
She is the first FEMALE C-17 pilot. Not the first C-17 pilot in the RCAF. Include the original title of the article.
trennor
You Go, Girl. Good show.
trennor
You Go, Girl! Good show!!
haidabrave
Congratulation Elizabeth well done and a great accomplishment.!!!
captainmoe
Maurice Cote 0
Kudos to Captain Crosier and keep up the good work. Good flying to you Elisabeth and enjoy every minute that you spend up there away from the hustle and bustle on te ground. Ciao

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