C172 instructor and student were doing touch and go circuits on runway 05 monitoring 118.5 Two military T33 in formatlion operating as Pirate Tango advised FSS they would carry out an overshoot to runway 05 monitoring UHF 236.6 After touch and go runway 05, C-FZTQ
turned left parallel runway 14/32 for the climb to the downwind leg. Pirate Tango then called the FSS and advised they were five miles back and doing an overshoot for runway 32 instead of runway 05. The FSS advised C-FZTQ
to turn right, which they did. Pirate Tango carried out an overshoot on runway 32 at about the same altitude as C-FZTQ
who was 1.5 to 2 miles north of the field. Both aircraft were operating in VFR flight conditions. Squadron Flight Safety has emphasized to aircrews that accurate position/intention reporting and extreme vigilance is necessary at all times.