Canadian War Industries
Exporting Parts
and/or Services to the USA for the F-14
"Tomcat"

Canadian
War
Industry

Canadian Components
and/or Services
for the

 F-14 "Tomcat"

Fighter Aircraft

(click below to open online sources of information)

Canadian Association
of Defence and
Security Industries (CADSI)

(Organizer of CANSEC,
Canada's largest military industry trade show)

Current &/or
former member
of
CADSI
CANSEC
Exhibitor
2008 &/or 2009
Acron Capability Engineering Inc. 3D computer modelling in flight simulation systems for training yes 2008 & 2009
Alta Precision Inc. Undisclosed manufacturing services
 

 
Canadian Commercial Corp. (company undisclosed) Gas turbines and jet engines, & landing gear components
Air Conditioning, Heating and Pressurizing Equipment

(Source)
yes
 
CMC Electronics Inc. Aircraft AC, Heating, and Pressurizing Equipment

Generators and Generator Sets, Electrical

Electrical & Elct Properties Meas & Tst Instrumnts

Gas Turbines and Jet Engines, Acft & Comps
(2000)   (2001)   (2002)   (2003)  

Aircraft Landing Gear Components
(2000a)   (2000b)    (2001)   (2002)   (2003)   

Overhead Head-Up Display (F-14B)
yes 2008 & 2009
DY 4 Systems Inc. System Technology Enhancement Program that enables the legacy avionics system yes
 
Honeywell ASCa Inc. Electrical Control Equipment yes (parent company) 2008 & 2009 (parent company)
Hypernetics Limited Electromagnetic indicator, flags, shutters and annunciators yes
 
L-3 Communications Electronic Systems Inc. Ring Laser Gyro Inertial navigation system yes (parent company) 2008 & 2009 (parent company)
Lynch Dynamics Inc. Manufacturing, Engineering, R & D and Technical Services
 

 
Metal Improvement Company LLC Metal treatment services yes (parent company)
 
Navhouse Corporation Recertification and repair and overhaul of Inertial Navigation Units and subassemblies
 

 
Novatronics Inc. Electrical & Elct Properties Meas & Tst Instrumnts
 

 
Schaeffer Canada (Fag Bearings Inc.) Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted
 

 
Wiebel Aerospace (1995) Inc Machined components including arm assemblies and guides yes
 

Sources

CADSI Membership
Data on current membership in the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI) is based on data from the online "CADSI Member Profiles Database" (accessed in early February, 2009). Here is a Google's cached version.

To see whether the above companies are CADSI members (as of early February 2009), refer to the table called
"Canadian War Industries Supplying Parts
&/or Services for the Major US Weapons Systems used by Israel"

Past CADSI membership is based on
archived listings in the CADSI Member Profiles Database (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009), as well as membership listings for CADSI's predecessor organisation, the "Canadian Defence Industries Association" (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003).

CANSEC Exhibitors 2008 & 2009
List of Exhibitors at CANSEC 2008 in Ottawa (Canada's largest arms show is organized by CADSI)
List of 2009 Exhibitors (CANSEC website)


Campaign to Oppose CANSEC
Prepared by the Ottawa-based Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT), the above data table is part of a campaign to expose and oppose CANSEC, Canada's largest military industry trade show. In contravention of a 1989 motion banning all arms shows from municipal property, CANSEC 2009 is being hosted by the City of Ottawa at Lansdowne Park, May 27-28, 2009.  Click here to read more about our CAMPAIGN.

COAT Articles:
Canadian Military Exports, War Crimes in Gaza and Ottawa's Arms Bazaar

Banning Anti-War Posters and Un-banning War Shows (The Leveller)

Banning Art, Blaming the Victim and Rewarding Canadian War Exporters (Canadian Dimension)

CANSEC: Making a Killing on War (Peace and Environment News)

COAT Reports:
The
Complicity of Canadian War Industries in the Iraq War:
Three Dozen Major U.S. War Planes Embedded with Canadian Hardware and Deployed in the Iraq War
(2003-2009)

Canadian Military Exports to Israel: Aiding and Abetting War Crimes in Gaza (2008-2009)