of Oak Bay and the 89 Pacific Squadron in Sidney

Oak Bay cadet earns glider pilot wings

Sgt. Brett Fairbairn, of Oak Bay and the 89 Pacific Squadron in Sidney, receives his glider pilot wings

Sgt. Brett Fairbairn, of Oak Bay and the 89 Pacific Squadron in Sidney, receives his glider pilot wings from Lt.-Col. Brad Wintrup, Commanding Officer of 431 Air Demonstration Squadron – the Snowbirds. Fairbairn is a four-year member of 89 Pacific. More than 3,400 air, army and sea cadets participated in summer training across the province this summer.

 

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