The C-119 is filling both functions. Yesterday, I think it was, we were discussing under the army estimates the disbandment of anti-aircraft units in the country. I wonder whether the minister would say a word about any plans that may be in existence with regard to replacing these units with some other formations to take over the function these anti-aircraft units formerly carried out? It seems to me that modern military thinking is to the effect that the air force should have control over all air defence, whether it consists of ground units firing ground to air rockets or whether it is done by aircraft themselves.
In that connection, if the minister can do so would he indicate what plans there are for the experimental use of guided missiles and rockets at Cold Lake and whether the actual personnel who will be doing the testing of any missiles which may be developed will be air force personnel, army personnel or civilian personnel?
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