Bold eagle

1.(Zool.) an Australian eagle (Aquila audax), which destroys lambs and even the kangaroo.
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In Alberta, the base in Wainwright offers Bold Eagle, which is an unique summer employment program that combines Aboriginal culture and teachings with military training.
The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Aboriginal Summer Programs, Bold Eagle, Black Bear, and Raven, will begin in early July 2016, continuing a tradition of providing military training, leadership skills, and cultural awareness for approximately 150 participants from across Canada.
Caption: In the summer of 2015, the Canadian Army celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Bold Eagle program, a tailored partnership program that helps aboriginal youth from across western Canada.
Melissa Whitegrass knows all about the Bold Eagle program.
BOLD EAGLE Holloway can act daft but is shrewd enough to survive at the top s
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The Cree infantry officer's journey took him through the Bold Eagle program in 1998, University of Saskatchewan's Faculty of Education program and military officer training in CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick.
Saeed Bin Suroor sends out the unbeaten Jalldee and Sir Michael Stoute runs both the Aga Khan's Kerashanand the Beverley winner Bold Eagle.
Fallon's first ride back is on Bold Eagle for Sir Michael Stoute in the opening race, the Federation Of Bloodstock Agents Maiden Stake.
Initiated in 1993 by the RCMP and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, the program was modeled on the Canadian Armed Forces' Bold Eagle program.
Over 1,500 great young Canadians have graduated from the Bold Eagle program, making it the "handsdown" success story when it comes to giving aboriginal young people an opportunity to excel in the military.
He worked with Alma in another of the many roles she assumed with various provincial and national institutions-that of Kohkom (grandmother) for Bold Eagle, an Army Reserve Basic Military Qualification course of the Armed Forces.