Military leaders on party plane should be held accountable
By Scott TaylorFeb. 28, 2018
It would have been impossible for them to hear no evil, see no evil, or smell no evil on the raucous December flight.
Gen. Jonathan Vance, chief of the defence staff, said in a statement recently he’s ‘deeply concerned and disappointed about what is said to have transpired’ aboard a military service flight in December, and he’ll ‘sponsor the necessary changes to prevent reoccurrence.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—For the past couple weeks, there has been a steady stream of stories leaking out about a bizarre party flight in December aboard a Royal Canadian Air Force CC-150 Airbus.
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