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Replace Existing Systems


To provide the Royal Canadian Air Force with a replacement multi-storey fire fighting vehicle.


This project will acquire Aerial Fire Fighting Vehicles (AFFV) with an option to purchase more. The AFFV is required to fight multi-storey fires at Royal Canadian Air Force air bases, including the use of telescopic ladders. The AFFV is also required to respond to elevated height hazard incidents (including fires in ammunition and fuel containment areas), elevated search and rescue situations, casualty evacuation at height and fire prevention operations at height across Main Operating Bases.

Preliminary Estimate

  • Under $20 million

Anticipated Timeline

  • 2015
    • Implementation Approval
    • Request for Proposal Release
    • Contract Award
  • 2017
    • Final Delivery

Point of Contact

Director Air Requirements
Phone: 613-944-3293

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