CFB Gagetown

There were 4,690 regular military, 403 reserve Class A, B, and C forces, and 995 civilian workers at CFB Gagetown at the end of March 2010.

Present Functions

  • The current functions of CFB Gagetown are to provide:
  • Training for both Canadian and U.S. Forces
  • Army individual training
  • Administration and logistical support for all units in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island

Operational and Support Units

  • All ships and squadrons of the Maritime Pacific Fleet
  • 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment
  • 4th Air Defence Regiment
  • Land Force Atlantic Training Centre
  • 403 Helicopter Operational Training Squadron
  • 4 Engineer Support Regiment
  • Land Force Trials and Evaluation Unit
  • 3 Area Support Group Signal Squadron
  • Armour School
  • Artillery School
  • CF School of Military Engineering
  • Infantry School
  • Tactics School
  • Atlantic Cadet Support Training Centre
  • CF Recruiting Centre Atlantic

Economic Impact

Population Impact (Regular Force members and dependants)Local Speding ImpactEstimated Local Spending Impacts (Direct & Indirect)Estimated Direct EmploymentEstimated Indirect Employment
13,451 $365,513,000 $471,480,000 5,987 232

Note: All figures Fiscal Year 2009-2010

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