Buttress Location in Saskatchewan Coordinates: 50°14′10″N 105°32′51″W / 50.23611°N 105.5475°W / 50.23611; -105.5475 (Buttress) Buttress was built in 1940 as the auxiliary airfield to RCAF Station Moose Jaw and its No. 32 Service Flying Training School. These fields were used for practice circuits and also as an emergency alternate. Today the aerodrome is abandoned but the telltale British Commonwealth Air Training Plan triangle of runways is still visible from the air. It is located on private land, 6 mi (9.7 km) south of CFB Moose Jaw, on the west side of Highway 2. The Buttress Post Office opened on 1909-07-01 and closed on 1961-07-31. External linksEdit COPA's Places to Fly page about Buttress FootnotesEdit ↑ National Archives - Postmaster Database This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors). Retrieved from "https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Buttress,_Saskatchewan?oldid=1101722" Categories: Articles incorporating text from Wikipedia Baildon No. 131, Saskatchewan Hamlets in Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Air Force stations Defunct airports in Saskatchewan Airports of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.