Come back to a great team!



Do you miss working with some of the greatest people and technology in the Canadian Armed Forces? Would you like to put your skills back to work for Canada and Canadians?

If so, there may be a place for you in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).

The RCAF has established the Air Force Intake and Liaison Team (AFI&LT) to work with the Canadian Forces Recruiting Group to actively attract and enroll former trained members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Working together, the two teams are focused on supporting RCAF occupations that face particular personnel shortages, and can benefit immediately from the return of individuals who have the skills and experience that the Air Force needs. 

The AFI&LT, which is based in Ottawa, works to identify and put into action initiatives that improve the re-enrollment of skilled former members into the RCAF. The team works closely with the Recruiting Group and the career managers to streamline and expedite the re-enrollment process. In addition, they can provide individual support and guidance to each re-enrollee’s file, which helps ensure the process moves forward as smoothly as possible.

There are many advantages to re-enrolling fully qualified personnel.

The RCAF recognizes the qualities of leadership, maturity and experience that former personnel bring with them. Evidence has shown that these personnel can have an immediate and positive effect on Canada’s aerospace capabilities – as well as on the health of stressed occupations. Returning members also contribute the fresh ideas and perspectives that they gain during the time they have spent outside of the military environment.

And as an added bonus, those returning also help to demonstrate to both the public and to serving personnel that the Canadian military remains an employer of choice.


If you are interested in receiving more information about this initiative, you can contact the AFI&LT through their website, by email or by telephone:



Telephone (it’s a free call!)
Former officers 1-866-355-8195
Former non-commissioned members

For general information on how to join the
Royal Canadian Air Force, visit the Canadian Armed Forces recruiting website at:

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