CFB Kingston

There were 3,419 regular military, 286 reserve Class A, B, and C forces, and 809 civilian workers at CFB Kingston at the end of March 2010.

Present Functions

The current functions of CFB Kingston are to provide support to:

  • Land Force Central Area HQ
  • 1 Wing Kingston
  • Schools and colleges, including the Royal Military College

Operational and Support Units

  • Canadian Forces Joint Operations Group
  • CF Joint Headquarters
  • CF Joint Nuclear Biological Chemical Defence Company
  • CF Joint Signals Regiment
  • Canadian Forces Joint Support Group
  • Land Force Doctrine and Training System
  • Land Force Doctrine and Training System Headquarters
  • Fort Frontenac
  • Canadian Land Force Command and Staff College
  • Peace Support Training Centre
  • Directorate of Army Training
  • Directorate of Land Synthetic Environments
  • The Army Lessons Learned Centre
  • 2 Electronic Warfare Squadron
  • Director General Land Capability Development
  • Directorate of Land Strategic Concepts
  • Directorate of Army Doctrine
  • 70 Comm Group Headquarters
  • 1 Wing Headquarters
  • Canadian Defence Academy
  • Royal Military College of Canada
  • CF School of Communications and Electronic
  • CF School of Military Intelligence
  • CF Recruiting Centre Detachment Kingston
  • CF Crypto Maintenance Unit
  • CF National Counter Intelligence Unit – Kingston
  • 1 Dental Unit - Detachment Kingston
  • 33 Health Services Operational and Training Unit – Kingston
  • MPO 305 Vimy Post Office
  • Civilian Human Resources Office
  • Kingston Garrison Learning and Career Centre
  • Dispute Resolution Centre
  • Area Support Unit Kingston
  • 2 Area Support Group Signal Squadron Detachment Kingston

Economic Impact

Population Impact (Regular Force members and dependants)Local Speding ImpactEstimated Local Spending Impacts (Direct & Indirect)Estimated Direct EmploymentEstimated Indirect Employment
8,174 $316,907,000 $489,194,000 4,575 550

Note: All figures Fiscal Year 2009-2010

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