The Bill Hillman Military Tribute Series
Presents
Canadian Joint Air Training Centre
CJATC RIVERS, MANITOBA
Part IV: Photos from Bernie Rice II

SITE NAVIGATION CHART
Rivers I | Rivers II | Rivers III | Rivers IV | Rivers V | Rivers VI
Rivers VII | Rivers VIII | Rivers IX | Rivers X | Rivers XI

1964-1965

Corporal L.B. Rice

Shortly after I joined the unit as a crew chief in early in 1965.
I remained for about one year and attained the rank of L/Sgt and
accumulated 365 in flight hours before leaving for Officer Candidate Training at Camp Borden.
We were absorbed with 1 Hel Pl under Maj CH Reid
Our detachment was relocated th St Hubert, Que.
My last trip was from Rivers to Saint Hubert and took over 11 hours flying time.

Cessna L-19

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The Cessna L 19 on floats and with A6 containers attached to  its wing mounts rigged for aerial release.


CRASH SITE
The crash site of the 1st Army AATTS’ (Army Aviation Tactical Technical School) CH 113A Boeing-Vertol Voyager accident.
There was a crew of three at the time of the accident with Capt Stan Hand as the instructor pilot and Sgt Hugh Flug the crew chief.
I forget who the student pilot was.
The helicopter belonged to AATTS’ (Army Aviation Tactical Technical School) under the command of Capt Dan Danyluk.


An Air Supply Bombardier snowmobile assisting in Drop Zone (DZ) recovery



1 Hel Pl hels on ex in the Gagetown trg area


AATTS helicopter with a slung load.





Rivers based AATTS and 1 Hel Pl helicopters


SITE NAVIGATION CHART
Rivers I | Rivers II | Rivers III | Rivers IV | Rivers V | Rivers VI
Rivers VII | Rivers VIII | Rivers IX | Rivers X | Rivers XI

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