Additionally, CEMF manages equipment procurement and distribution for all Air Force emergency management flights, fire and emergency hazardous material services, Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force functions, Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operator Repair Squadron Engineers, and Reserve explosive ordnance disposal flights.
Taking note of the high level of service provided by the CEMF, AFRC recently reviewed its equipment for the Prime BEEF functions and began to consolidate it at the facility as well.
Such are the moments that brighten the days of CEMF caregivers and volunteers who make the lives of chronically ill children less lonely.
The technology even allows the CEMF to transmit charts, MRIs, and test results prior to the child's arrival at the hospital.
Value: $5,000ln conjunction with AMEC, CEMF
offers up to one $5000 Undergraduate Engineering Scholarship annually to young Canadian Aboriginal women who are proven leaders and active in their community to encourage them to pursue a career in engineering.