master corporal


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master corporal

n
(Military) a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces senior to a corporal and junior to a sergeant
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5) Master corporal (new), warrant officer (S/Sgt), Master WO (WO2), Chief WO (WO1), brigadier-general (reinstated).
A court martial trial against Master Corporal Clayton Matchee, who was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the killing of Arone, did not proceed because brain injuries resulting from an apparent suicide attempt rendered Matchee unfit to stand trial in April 1994.
Regular CAF made use of their visit to Nunavut to train with the local Canadian Rangers, and Master Corporal Marko Senchuk told CDR about training with the Rangers, "Op NANOOK has been an excellent exercise for testing our capabilities as the Arctic Response Company Group.
The Canadian Forces Master Corporal shot from a range of 2,310 meters during the Afghanistan War, breaking the record set by Hathcock in 1968.
Logistics officer Captain Judy Trpanier, CANEX regional services manager Master Warrant Officer Tom Jardine, supply technician Warrant Officer Robert Grimsley, and traffic technician Master Corporal Roland Pitre all died in the crash, while the aircrafts commander, Captain John Couch, succumbed to hypothermia after leading the survival effort.
Corporal Moatez Ben Sebti Khimissi and the two servicemen were posthumously promoted to sergeant and master corporal respectively.
Canadian military members stand on the tarmac of Kandahar Air Field to give one more solemn salute to their fallen comrades, Master Corporal Pat Audet and Corporal Martin Joannette.
Master Corporal Jenna Lafave, UE (Loyalist ancestor: Sir John Johnson.
He and Canadian colleague, Master Corporal Darrell Priede, 30, died when the Chinook helicopter they were travelling in crashed in the Kajaki area of northern Helmand.
He and Canadian colleague Master Corporal Darrell Priede, 30, died when the Chinook helicopter they were travelling in crashed in the Kajaki area of northern Helmand.
He died alongside a Canadian colleague, 30-year-old Master Corporal Darrell Priede.
The Canadian was identified as Master Corporal Darrell Jason Priede, a military imagery technician serving with the international force at Kandahar Airfield.