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Our goal is to foster goodwill and fellowship through the promotion of understanding and recognition of Maritime Patrol operations and their impact on military aviation. The world headquarters for VP International is located at 14 Wing Greenwood, Nova Scotia, Canada and in addition to managing this global organization they also maintain the Book of Remembrance at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum that has the names of over 1800 aircrew from 13 member countries that died while flying Maritime Patrol operations. This book is on permanent public display and is updated annually when required. Additionally the VP International memorial is located at 14 Wing Greenwood where an annual international service is held in the Fall of each year.
 


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Lieutenant-Colonel Brendan Cook, Commanding Officer of 405 Squadron, centre, left photo; and Lieutenant-Colonel Bruno Baker, Commanding Officer of 404 Squadron, centre, right photo; were welcomed into the VPI organization by Major David Venne, International President left, and Major Patrick Castonguay, Greenwood Wing President at a recent meeting.  Photos by Derek Squire


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On 23 July 2015, Major General (MGen) David Wheeler, Commander 1 Canadian Air Division, presided over the 14 Wing Greenwood Change of Command Parade. Shown is MGen David Wheeler (centre) along with outgoing Wing Commander Colonel (Col) Ian Huddleston (right) and incoming Wing Commander Patrick Thauberger (left) as they officially sign the Change of Command certificates.
Photo: Corporal (Cpl) Don Kirkwood,14 AMS Wing Imaging

 


 

 

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