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LCol Martineau

Lieutenant and Captain

Canadian Forces College

HQ Phone:  (613) 995-8700

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Canadian Forces College

Mgen George R. Pearkes Building 101 Colonel By Drive

Ottawa, Ontario,K1A 0K2

Canada

Company Description

The Canadian Forces Liaison Council (CFLC) is a Canada-wide group of civilian senior executives, educators and business leaders that is directly responsible to the Minister of National Defence through the National Chair. The members of the Council, on behalf o...more

Background Information

Employment History

Instructor

North Atlantic Treaty Organization


Pilot

Tactical Helicopter Squadron


Deputy Commanding Officer

HOTS


Regular Forces


Web References(3 Total References)


CFLC - Quebec - Biography Lieutenant Colonel (Luc) Martineau

www.clfc.forces.gc.ca [cached]

Lieutenant Colonel (Lcol) Martineau was born in Joliette, Québec, Canada.
He joined the Canadian Forces in 1974. He earned his pilot's wings in December 1976 and assumed the duties of Base Rescue Flight pilot at Canadian Forces Base Bagotville, Québec, as a Lieutenant and Captain flying Single Huey Bell helicopter (CH-118). In 1980, LCol Martineau became a Utility Tactical Transport Helicopter (UTTH) pilot with 430 Tactical Helicopter Squadron (THS). During his four-year posting to 430 Tac Hel Sqn, he attended the Canadian Land Forces Command and Staff College in Kingston, Ontario, and served as the Deputy UTTH Flight Commander. In 1984, he joined 403 (Helicopter) Operational Training Squadron (HOTS), Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, New-Brunswick, Canada, as an instructor on the Twin Huey Bell Helicopter (CH-135), before joining 10 Tactical Air Group (TAG) Headquarters in Saint-Hubert, Québec, in 1986, as the Group UTTH Standards Officer. In 1989, he was promoted to the rank of Major and was posted to Bagotville as the Officer in charge of the Base Rescue Flight (OC BRF). In 1992, LCol Martineau attended the Canadian Forces Command and Staff College in Toronto, Ontario, for one year. Following this assignment, he was posted to Saint-Hubert as the Staff Officer in charge of Standards for all tactical helicopter types in Canada, including the newly acquired Griffon Bell Helicopter (CH-146), for two years and as the Staff Officer in charge of Training for the Group for an additional two years. In 1997, LCol Martineau was posted as the Deputy Commanding Officer at 403 HOTS. At the end of this posting, LCol Martineau had cumulated over 5000 hours on Single Huey, Twin Huey and Griffon Bell Helicopters during his flying career. LCol Martineau was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in July of 2000 and served until the 4th July 2003 at the NATO School (SHAPE), Oberammergau, Germany, as an Instructor, Course Director, Department Director Policy and Orientation Department, and as the Director Standards Evaluation and Training (Dir SET). For his contribution at the NATO School (SHAPE), LCol Martineau was awarded the United States Meritorious Service Medal. LCol Martineau retired from the Regular Forces on 1 August 2003 and transferred to the Primary Reserve on 2nd August to return to flying duties on the Griffon helicopter as a Maj in the position of Deputy Flight Commander A Flight with 438 THS. He was promoted to Lcol on 26 Aug 2005 and appointed since as the Commanding Officer of the Squadron.


Peloton7

www.lareau-law.ca [cached]

Lieutenant Colonel (Lcol) Martineau was born in Joliette, Qubec, Canada.
In 1980, LCol Martineau became a Utility Tactical Transport Helicopter (UTTH) pilot with 430 Tactical Helicopter Squadron (THS). During his four-year posting to 430 Tac Hel Sqn, he In 1992, LCol Martineau attended the Canadian Forces Command and Staff College in Toronto, Ontario, for one year. Following this assignment, he was posted to Saint-Hubert as the Staff Officer in charge of Standards for all tactical helicopter types in Canada, including the newly acquired Griffon Bell Helicopter (CH-146), for two years and as the Staff Officer in charge of Training for the Group for an additional two years. In 1997, LCol Martineau was posted as the Deputy Commanding Officer at 403 HOTS. At the end of this posting, LCol Martineau had cumulated over 5000 hours on Single Huey, Twin Huey and Griffon Bell Helicopters during his flying career. LCol Martineau was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in July of 2000 and served until the 4th July 2003 at the NATO School (SHAPE), Oberammergau, Germany, as an Instructor, Course Dire


Peloton7

www.lareau-law.ca [cached]

Lieutenant Colonel (Lcol) Martineau was born in Joliette, Québec, Canada.
In 1980, LCol Martineau became a Utility Tactical Transport Helicopter (UTTH) pilot with 430 Tactical Helicopter Squadron (THS). During his four-year posting to 430 Tac Hel Sqn, he In 1992, LCol Martineau attended the Canadian Forces Command and Staff College in Toronto, Ontario, for one year. Following this assignment, he was posted to Saint-Hubert as the Staff Officer in charge of Standards for all tactical helicopter types in Canada, including the newly acquired Griffon Bell Helicopter (CH-146), for two years and as the Staff Officer in charge of Training for the Group for an additional two years. In 1997, LCol Martineau was posted as the Deputy Commanding Officer at 403 HOTS. At the end of this posting, LCol Martineau had cumulated over 5000 hours on Single Huey, Twin Huey and Griffon Bell Helicopters during his flying career. LCol Martineau was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in July of 2000 and served until the 4th July 2003 at the NATO School (SHAPE), Oberammergau, Germany, as an Instructor, Course Director, Department Director Policy and Orientation Department, and as the Director Standards Evaluation and Training (Dir SET). For his NATO School (SHAPE), LCol Martineau was awarded the United States Meritorious Service Medal. LCol Martineau retired from the Regular Forces on 1 August 2003 and transferred to the Primary Reserve on 2nd August to return to flying duties on the Griffon helicopter as a Maj in the position of Deputy Flight Commander A Flight with 438 THS. He was promoted to Lcol on 26 Aug 2005 and appointed since as the Commanding Officer of the Squadron. (dourve: http://www.zoominfo.com/p/LCol-Martineau/1488751926, site visité le 1 er octobre 2013)


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