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119702

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23472

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16702 (which see).  With 5e Régiment d'artillerie légére du Canada at CFB Valcartier, PQ when renumbered.  This unit absorbed by No. 430 (Tac Hel) Squadron, Mobile Command, on 26 April 1971.  To No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Gagetown, NB on 12 October 1971, back to 430 Squadron same day (?).  To Mobile Command at CFB Uplands, Ontario on 27 June 1972.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from 3 October 1972, available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets on 16 March 1973, registration CF-TGA, later C-FTGA (which see).

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Sold to Air Cadets

119703

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23473

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16703 (which see).  With 2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Petawawa, Ontario when renumbered.  Loaned to No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Gagetown 22 April to 10 May 1971 for Combat Arms School training, then back to 2 RCHA.  This unit absorbed by No. 427 (Tac Hel) Squadron 26 April 1971.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Sold to Air Cadet League of Canada, through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119704

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23474

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16704 (which see).  With No. 4 Flying Training School at CFB Rivers or CFB Portage, Manitoba when renumbered.  To No. 3 Canadian Forces Flying Training School at Portage on 23 July 1970.  Available for disposal at Portage from 16 February 1971.  Sold to Robert Waugh of Lampman, Saskatchewan.  To civil register as C-FAUJ.  Owned in 1976 by Vancouver Soaring Association, based at Hope, BC.

 

last date: 1 June 1971 - Struck off, to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation for sale.

119705

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23475

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16705 (which see).  With 4th Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Petawawa, Ontario when renumbered.  To 2 RCHA at Petawawa on 16 July 1970.  To No. 427 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Petawawa on 26 April 1971.  Carried No. 10 Tactical Air Group markings early 1970s.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  Transferred to Royal Canadian Air Cadets 11 April 1973, registration CF-TGC, later C-FTGC.  Based in St. Hubert, PQ, when last Certificate of Registration was issued on 4 July 2000.

 

last date: 11 April 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119706

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23476

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16706 (which see).  With 5e Régiment d'artillerie légére du Canada at CFB Valcartier, PQ when renumbered.  To No. 430 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Valcartier on 26 April 1971.  To Mobile Command at CFB Uplands, Ontario on 27 June 1972.  Stored at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from 3 October 1972.  To Camp Blorden as instructional airframe 4 December 1972, becoming 745B.  Used "for training Indian and Eskimo technicians".  Promised to National Museum of Science and Technology on 30 April and 8 June 1973.  To storage at CFD Mountain View, Ontario 16 September 1983.  Preserved at CFB Petawawa, Ontario in April 1995.

 

last date: 12 October 1983 - Struck off, to display.

119707

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23477

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16707 (which see).  With 4th Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Petawawa, Ontario when renumbered.  To 2 RCHA at Petawawa on 16 July 1970.  Loaned to No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Gagetown, NB on 16 April 1971, for training course at Combat Arms School.  To No. 427 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Petawawa on 26 April 1971.  To 422 Sdn. permanently on 6 August 1971.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as C-FTGE (which see) on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119709

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23479

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16709 (which see).  With No. 4 Flying Training School at CFB Rivers, Manitoba when renumbered.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Sakatchewan on 12 June 1970.  To 4 FTS at CFB Portage, Manitoba on 29 June 1970, still there when this was absorbed by No. 3 Canadian Forces Flying Training School the next day.  Back to storage at Saskatoon on 7 December 1970.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  Sold to Air Cadet League of Canada, became CF-TGF, later C-FTGF (which see).

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crwon Assets Disposal Corporation

119710

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23480

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16710 (which see).  With No. 4 Flying Training School at Rivers or Portage when renumbered.  Still with this unit when it was absorbed by No. 3 Canadian Forces Flying Training School at Portage on 12 June 1970.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 7 December 1970.  To AOP Troop of 3rd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Shilo, Manitoba on 9 February 1971.  Still with this unit when it became the Shilo Detachment of No. 408 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Namao, Alberta.  To storage at Saskatoon on 2 November 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets, Edmonton as CF-TGG (which see).

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struckoff, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119711

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23481

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16711 (which see).  With Headquarters of 4th Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group in Europe when renumbered.  To AOP Flight of 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Lahr, Germany on 29 September 1970.  To Canadian Forces Europe on 22 June 1972.  Available for disposal in Europe from 13 October 1972.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets, as C-FTGH (which see).

 

last date: 28 November 1972 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119714

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23484

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16714 (which see).  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 12 June 1970.  To 4 FTS at CFB Portage, Manitoba on 29 June 1970.  Still with this unit when it was absorbed by No. 3 Canadian Forces Flying Training School at Portage on 30 July 1970.  Back to storage at Saskatoon on 7 December 1970, but maintained in flyable condition for several years.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as C-FTGJ (which see) on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off,sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119715

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23485

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16715 (which see).  With AOP Troop of 3rd Regiment of the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Shilo, Manitoba when renumbered.  Still with this unit when it became the Shilo Detachment of No. 408 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Namao, Alberta on 27 April 1971.  Loaned briefly to No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Gagetown, NB from 29 September 1971, for use in Combat Arms School training to 21 October 1971.  To storage at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as C-FTGK on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119716

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23486

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19A 16716 (which see).  With AOP Troop of 3rd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Shilo when renumbered.  Still with this unit when it became Shilo Detachment of No. 408 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Namao, Alberta.  To storage with No. 402 Canadian Forces Technical Services Detachment at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets, Montreal as C-FTGL on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Corporation.

119717

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

24601

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16717 (which see).  With AOP Troop of 3rd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Shilo, Manitoba when renumbered.  Still with this unit when it became Shilo Detachment of No. 408 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Namao, Alberta.  To sotraqge with No. 402 Canadian Forces Technical Services Detachment at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 24 November 1972.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets, Edmonton as CF-TGN on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 24 November 1972 - Struck off, later sold.

119723

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

24607

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16723 (which see).   With AOP Troop, 1 Royal Canadian Horse Artillery in Germany when renumbered.  At CFB Lahr, Germany in September 1970, still with this unit.  Available for disposal in Europe from 13 October 1972.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as C-FTGO (which see) on 26 November 1972.

 

last date: 26 November 1972 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119724

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

24608

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16727 (which see).  With 2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery AOP Troop at CFB Gagetown, NB when renumbered.  To E Battery, 2 RCHA at Gagetown on 9 July 1970.  To No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Gagetown on 27 April 1971.  Detached to CFB Suffield, Alberta from 13 October 1972 to 1 April 1973.  Back to 422 Squadron 25 June 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets, of Halifax, NS on 27 June 1973, registration CF-TGP (which see).

 

last date: 27 June 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119727

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

L182

 

Model 182D

53153

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-182D 16727 (which see).  With  No. 4 Flying Training School at CFB Rivers when renumbered.  With this unit to CFB Portage, Manitoba on 12 June 1970.  Still with this unit when it was absorbed by No. 3 Canadian Forcves Flying Training School at Portage on 30 July 1970.  To AOP Troop of 5e Régiment d'artillerie légére du Canada at CFB Valcartier, PQ on 10 September 1970.  Still with this unit when it was absorbed by No. 430 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Valcartier on 26 April 1971.  To Mobile Command at CFB Montreal, PQ on 17 May 1972.  To storage at CFD Mountain View, Ontario on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 31 October 1972.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as CF-TGQ (which see) on 16 November 1972.

 

last date: 16 November 1972 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119728

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

L182

 

Model 182D

53531

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-182D 16728 (which see).  At Mobile Command at CFB Petawawa, Ontario when renumbered.  To No. 427 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Petawawa on 26 April 1971.  To storage at CFD Mountain View, Ontario on 3 October 1972.  Available for disposal there from 12 December 1972.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as C-FTGR (which see) on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119729

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

L182

 

Model 182D

53532

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-182D number 16729 (which see).  With No. 7 Tactical Air Wing at Calagary, Alberta when renumbered.  Liaison transport for Headquarters of First Canadian Infantry Brigade (later No. 1 Canadian Brigade Group, from 9 September 1970).  Based at the Field Aviation hanger, Calgary International Airport.  7 TAW disbanded 1 July 1970, aircraft passed to Headquarters, 1 CBG.  To Calgary Detachment of No. 408 (Tac Hel) Squadron, on 27 April 1971 (even though this unit was formed 1 January 1970).  Joined main squadron at CFB Namao, Alberta on 22 August 1972.  To storage with No. 402 Canadian Forces Technical Services Detachment at CFB Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from 6 September 1972.  Available for disposal there from 10 January 1973.  Passed to Royal Canadian Air Cadets of Regina, Saskatchewan on 16 March 1973, registered by them as C-FTGS (which see).

 

last date: 16 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119730

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

54746

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-182F 16730 (which see).  With No. 1 Regular Support Unit at CFB St. Hubert, PQ when renumbered.  To CFD Mountain View, Ontario for storage on 12 December 1972, available fior disposal from that date.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as C-FTGT (which see) on 16 March 1973.

 

last date: 16 March 1973. - Struck off, later sold.

119732

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23646

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16732 (which see).  With 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Gagetown, NB when renumbered.  To E Battery, 2 RCHA on 16 July 1970.  To No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Gagetown on 27 April 1971.  Available for disposal there from 25 June 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets as CF-TGU (which see) on 27 June 1973.

 

last date: 27 June 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119733

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23648

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16733 (which see).  With AOP Troop, 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Gagetown, NB when renumbered.  To E batteery, 2 RCHA on 16 July 1970.  To No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Gagetown on 27 April 1971.  To No. 427 (Tac Hel) Squadron at CFB Petawawa, Ontario on 6 August 1971.  Back to 422 Sdn. at Gagetown on 21 September 1972.  Available for disposal with this unit from 23 March 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets of Moncton, NB as CF-TGV (which see) on 30 March 1973.

 

last date: 30 March 1973 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119734

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23818

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16734 (which see).  With AOP Flight of 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery in Germany when renumbered.  Based at CFB Lahr by September 1970.  Available for disposal in Europe from 13 October 1972.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets on 28 November 1972, as C-GBBD.

 

last date: 28 November 1972 - Struck off, sold through Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.

119735

Cessna

 

CO-119

 

Bird Dog

 

Model 305

23863

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1970 - New serial number issued.

 

Was Canadian Army L-19E 16735 (which see).  With 5e Régiment d'artillerie légére du Canada at CFB Valcartier, PQ when renumbered.  To No. 448 (Test) Squadron at CFB Cold Lake, Alberta on 4 November 1970, to complete target marking system trials started in 1969.  To E Battery, 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Gagetown, NB on 16 April 1971.  To No. 422 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Gagetown, date unclear.  To No. 430 (Tac Hel) Squadron at Cartierville on 21 April 1971.  Back to 422 Sdn. on 12 August 1971.   Apparently shared by 430 and 422 Squadrons through to 27 June 1972, when it was transferred to Mobile Command Headquarters at CFB Uplands, Ontario.  Back to 422 Sdn. on 17 August 1972, where it was available for disposal from 23 March 1973.  To Royal Canadian Air Cadets of Halifax, NS as CF-TGY (which see) on 30 March 1973.

 

last date: 30 March 1973 - Struck off, later sold.

  


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