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Transportation & Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (TEME) Squadron
14 Wing TEME Squadron's mission is to train, equip and employ military personnel for deployment within the Air Force Mission Support Sqn concept (or other CF taskings) in support of domestic or international operations and to support flying operations at 14 Wing Greenwood with effective transportation, movements, POL storage and electrical mechanical engineering services.
TEME Squadron employs up to 139 personnel, comprised of approximately 100 Regular Force, 19 Reserve Force and 20 civilian employees. The Squadron is broken down into three Flights: Transportation (Tn), Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME) and Traffic (Tfc).
Transportation Flight (Tn Flt) provides transportation and movements services in support of wing, base and lodger unit operations. The Flight engages in a variety of activities, which vehicle management and operations.
The Flight consists of a General Purpose Vehicle (GPV) Section, Heavy Equipment Section, Refuelling Section and MSE Safety Section. Transportation support can extend nationwide to meet operational requirements. GPV, Heavy Equipment, and Refuelling Sections provide support to 14 Wing and the Wing's flying squadrons in training and operational deployments.
Vehicle operations comprise of Snow and ice control (SNIC); the planning and execution of heavy equipment projects; flight line transport (meals and crews); aircraft refuelling; and passenger and freight movements and distribution. The MSE Safety section offers expert MSE and vehicular safety advice to the Wing, controls the issue of DND driver permits, implements the MSE Safety Program at the Wing and conducts accident investigations.
The Squadron also manages a variety of contracts for various activities including vehicle fuel distribution for 14 Wing and Aldershot; and rental vehicles. In addition to the above, Tn Flt also provides personnel in support of UN, NATO and national exercises throughout the world.
Traffic Flight provides aircraft load planning, aircraft loading/off-loading, SAR aircraft configuration modification, co-ordination of 14 Wing Monthly and Fiscal Year Air Plan submissions for airlift requirements in support of forecast logistics, exercise and operational commitments; and dangerous cargo documentation, PAX booking and handling.
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Flight
The Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Flight (EME Flt) is responsible for the maintenance of all land based equipment, less communications, held by the units of 14 Wing. This equipment includes fire trucks and ambulances, aircraft support vehicles, airfield Snow and Ice Control (SNIC) equipment, refuellers, standard military pattern vehicles, commercial pattern vehicles (from staff cars to tractor trailers) as well as a wide range of small arms and safes held by the units.
EME Flt is divided into the following maintenance sections: Headquarters, Vehicle Repair, Heavy Equipment Repair, Weapons and Ancillary, Materials, Components, Air Maintenance Support Equipment, Refuelling, Militia Servicing Section, Procurement and Contracts.
EME Flt is established with thirty-two personnel, commanded by an EME Officer and includes a Master Warrant Officer, three Senior NCOs, twenty-four Junior NCOs and three civilian employees.
EME Flt supports all integral and lodger units of 14 Wing and several outlying organizations, such as the West Nova Scotia Regiment (Militia), Land Force Atlantic Area Training Centre Detachment Aldershot and six Cadet units. EME also provides recovery services from Windsor to Yarmouth.