The military police do their training quarterly in the Valley. Photo supplied

Military police training in Comox Valley

Latest quarterly session for training is July 6-8

The public can take note that 12 Military Police Flight (military police) personnel will be conducting training at CFB Comox, and HMCS Quadra on Goose Spit in the days ahead.

The military police will train at CFB Comox on July 6 and 7. On July 8, military police vehicles will be present at HMCS Quadra, and the participating military police members will be exercising with training weapons inside one of the buildings.

Residents and visitors in the Comox Valley are reminded these activities are routine military training, so there is no need to report them to 19 Wing Comox or to local emergency services. Any questions may be directed to 19 Wing Comox Public Affairs.

RELATED STORY: Ground training to be held at 19 Wing Comox

Canadian Armed Forces

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

85-year-old Comox sprinter competes in worldwide virtual track meet

Toronto was slated to be the host city for the 2020 World… Continue reading

City of Courtenay 2019 annual report available for review

The City of Courtenay has released the draft 2019 Annual Report highlighting… Continue reading

Scaled-down Comox Valley Exhibition set for Aug. 28-30

The Comox Valley Exhibition is a go for 2020. The annual event… Continue reading

Military personnel relocation producing many foreign licence plates in the Comox Valley

Comox Mayor Russ Arnott is asking the public to consider the possible… Continue reading

VIDEO: Otter pups learn to swim at B.C. wildlife rescue facility

Watch Critter Care’s Nathan Wagstaffe help seven young otters go for their first dip

Crews work overnight to try to put out wildfire on Pender Island

Fire department and B.C. Wildfire Service crews extinguishing fire in ‘extremely difficult terrain’

Police find used, uncapped needle tied to handrail in Vancouver Island Park

Officers believe the needle was put there with the intent to harm someone

Michael Buble among 13 British Columbians to receive Order of B.C.

Ceremony will be delayed to 2021 due to COVID-19

U.S. border communities feel loss of Canadian tourists, shoppers and friends

Restrictions on non-essential travel across the Canada-U.S. border have been in place since March 2`

Rollout of COVID-19 Alert app faces criticism over accessibility

App requires users to have Apple or Android phones made in the last five years, and a relatively new operating system

Alleged impaired driver sparks small wildfire near Lytton after crash: B.C. RCMP

Good Samaritans prevented the blaze from getting out of control

Most Read