Holiday traditions in the Royal Canadian Air Force

A man tries to put on a military dress jacket that is far too small for him and a woman wears a jacket that is far too big for her.
“Second Lieutenant” Mark Roberts and “Colonel” Sophie Guerin, wing commander for the day, clearly need to visit the tailor after swapping tunics during the Junior Ranks' Christmas Mess Dinner at 22 Wing North Bay on December 7, 2017. PHOTO: Corporal Joseph Morin, NB02-2017-0279-012

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As do all military organizations, the Royal Canadian Air Force treasures and maintains a number of special traditions associated with the holiday period. From Christmas dinners to “sticky floors” to New Year’s levees . . . Read the rest of the story . . .

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