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going through customs

Checking in for the journey home

 Capt. Gamble, Logstics Officer and Sgt. Hayes, Traffic Technician, prepare to distribute passports to the members of the DART redeploying to Canada, at Tribhuvan International Airport, in Kathmandu, Nepal  during OP RENAISSANCE.

tearing down camp

Tearing down Camp

Members of Canada’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) tear down Camp Asaya, in Sankhu, Nepal on May 26, 2015 during Operation RENAISSANCE.

Re-Deploying to Canada From Nepal

DART Redeploying to Canada

Members of the Disaster Assistance Response Team redeploying to Canada, board the CC-177 Globemaster III at Tribhuvan International Airport, in Kathmandu, Nepal on May 28, 2015 during Operation RENAISSANCE.

Cleanup underway

Cleanup underway

Corporal Jason Taylor, from 4 Engineer Support regiment, clears debris in Sankhu, Nepal, May 17, 2015.

Nepal Dart Team Setup surgical wing

Surgical Wing

24 Hrs after being set up by members of Canada’s DART, a temporary surgical wing was up and operating at the Nepal Orthopedic Hospital in Japarti, Nepal on 15 May, 2015.

Camp Sumitra

Camp Sumitra

   The medical staff of the Disaster Assistance Response Team, (DART) operates a medical clinic station for Level 1 care to Sumitra camp Sindhupalchok district during Operation Renaissance in Nepal, May 8, 2015.

Clearing the road

Clearing the road

Combat Engineers from the DART team remove debris as part of route clearance for the village of Sankhu, Nepal, during Operation Renaissance.

Recce Patrol Nepal

Reconnaissance patrol in Nepal

A representative from USAID visits an Internally Displaced Persons’ camp site with Nicole Lunstead from Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, MWO Mechefske, Capt.  Thomas and WO Winstanley during a recce patrol in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Enroute to Nepal

Enroute to Nepal

Capt. Thomas Turk and Capt. Russ Black from 429 Squadron, fly a CC-177 Globemaster III enroute to Nepal to support the transport of initial elements of the DART as well as relief supplies, medical and Light Urban Search and Rescue personnel.

Pat Dunkley and Steve Cullimore take part in an exercise with the Firebrand firefighting vessel during the Great BC Shakeout.

Fireboat demonstrates a unique capability

Two week ago, base firefighters exercised with Firebrand, the Pacific Coast navy’s fireboat, to test its ability to become a portable water-side “hydrant.” When fighting a fire from the water, Firebrand can employ its three water cannons and  fire suppressant foam from its two 250 gallon tanks. But it can also be used to fight […]