Parachute eating tree

This SAR tech from 424 Search and Rescue Squadron at 8 Wing/CFB Trenton was ambushed by a tree – a vicious tree!

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I think that he looks like Ed Robertson of Ed’s Up and the Bare Naked Ladies?

Lloyd Edward Elwyn Robertson, better known as Ed Robertson, was appointed as Honorary Colonel of 424 Squadron  in February 2009.

Honorary Colonel Robertson earned his pilot’s license in 2005. In 2006, his new skill was incorporated into the concept of the television show Ed’s Up on the Outdoor Life Network. In this program he flies to various locations using only GPS coordinates. Upon his arrival he is tasked to learn about a local occupation. The third season was filmed over the summer of 2008 and one episode focused on a day in the life of a Search and Rescue Technician.

Over the course of the show’s three seasons Honorary Colonel Robertson worked with the Canadian Army, Navy, and Air Force.

Search and Rescue

424 (Tiger) Squadron is a Search and Rescue/Transport Squadron working out of #9 Hangar at 8 Wing/CFB Trenton.

To fulfil its roles, 424 Squadron flies the CH-146 Griffon helicopter and the Lockheed CC-130 Hercules. The squadron is responsible for the 10,000,000 square kilometers of the Trenton Search and Rescue Region comprising most of the Province of Quebec, all of Ontario, the Prairie Provinces and the entire Arctic.

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One Response to Parachute eating tree

  1. Natalie says:

    That’s definitely not HCol(Ret) Robertson, not with Cpl’s hooks on his shoulders. He’d still have his four rings.

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