Air Force Expeditionary Capability
The program will provide the operational and training equipment necessary to support the Royal Canadian Air Force expeditionary structure, including the direct and indirect infrastructure required to support this capability.
Provide and/or enhance expeditionary equipment sufficient to provide two deployment suites and one training suite to sustain the readiness of Royal Canadian Air Force air expeditionary wing support components.
Provide and/or enhance facilities at Canadian Forces Base Bagotville, Quebec and Cold Lake, Alberta to accommodate the establishment of 2 Wing.
$250 million to $499 million
Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)
- Completed Start Options Analysis
- Completed Start Definition
- Completed Start Implementation
- Completed Initial Delivery
- 2026/2027 Final Delivery
Defence Capability Areas
Defence Capability Investment Areas
- Engineering Vehicles
- Logistics Vehicles
- Specialty Support Equipment
- Combat Support Vehicles
- Commercial Pattern Vehicles
- Ground Vehicle Integration
- Vehicle Parts and Components
- Accommodation Facilities
- Hangars, Jetties and Platform Support
- Other Infrastructure Requirements
Key Industrial Capabilities
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