Canadian Forces Base Borden


Nov 18, 2013 (4 years and 7 months ago)


Canadian Forces Base Borden

Simcoe County Council

27 January 2009

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To provide you with a brief
overview of the structure, roles
and responsibilities of Canadian
Forces Base Borden and the
Canadian Forces Support Training
Group (CFSTG).


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Roles and Organization

Scope of Operations and Main

Current Challenges


Briefing Outline

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The role of
Canadian Forces Base Borden

is to provide
support services to assigned organizations commensurate
with its capability and the requirement of the organization
based on its role.

The role of
Canadian Forces Support Training Group

is to
validate, coordinate and deliver to the Canadian Forces all
common Support Occupation training

Roles of CFB Borden / CFSTG

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CFB Borden

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CFSTG Units located

at CFB Borden

Canadian Forces School of Administration
and Logistics

Canadian Forces Training Development

Canadian Forces Nuclear Biological,
Chemical School/Canadian Forces Fire

Canadian Forces Chaplain School and Centre

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Other Formation Headquarters
at CFB Borden

Canadian Forces Recruiting Group

16 Wing

Central Region Cadets Headquarters

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Other Units Supported

by CFB Borden

Canadian Forces Medical and Dental
Services Schools

Canadian Forces School of Aerospace
Technology and Engineering

Air Command Academy

Canadian Forces School of Electrical
Mechanical Engineering

Canadian Forces Military Police Academy

Canadian Forces Language School Det

Naval Reserve Training Division (Recruit

Blackdown Summer Cadet Training Centre

Regional Cadet Instructor School

Canadian Forces Ammunition Depot
(CFAD) Dundurn Det Borden

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Supported Reserve Units

700 Communications Squadron

Grey and Simcoe Foresters

400 Helicopter Squadron

3 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group

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Aboriginal Programs

Aboriginal Youth Programs

Started in Borden in Fall 2008

Based on already established programs held
in Victoria, BC

Black Bear 6 July

21 August 09; a seven
week Reserve Basic Military Qualification

Recruit Training Course

November 09; a
week Introduction to Military Life

strings attached but may be fast tracked for

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Scope of Operations

$110 million operating budget

$6 million for utilities

$5 million in Payment in Lieu of Taxes (mostly to Essa

$142 million in annual salaries (military and civilians)

2341 military staff (including Reserves)

1222 civilian employees


100 Contractors

80 Commissionaires


4000 Students

2500 Cadet camp staff and Cadets

All Figures Approximate

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Main Effort

Support Operations

80% of budget expended on support operations to
the Base and its units

Main effort is the provision of trades training to
members of the Canadian Forces

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Current Challenges

Replacement of aging infrastructure

Modernization of training technology and

Official Languages obligations

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