Canadian CF-18s Can’t Meet Operational Needs, Auditor Says

Credit: CF-18: Staff Sgt. Perry Aston
LONDON—A review of Canada’s CF-18 Hornet operations by auditors has found the fleets are unable to meet operational requirements set by the government. The report by the Auditor General of Canada, published on Nov. 20, found that shortages of pilots and technicians meant the Royal Canadian Air Force...

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