Canadian Forces


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Canadian Forces

pl n
(Military) the official name for the military forces of Canada
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He entered the Canadian Forces in 1987 as an ROTP cadet and graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in 1991 with a BA in Economics and as Captain of the Varsity Hockey Team.
Esprit de Corps: What led to the transition from the Chief of Defence Intelligence organization to the Canadian Forces Intelligence Command?
An MOD spokesperson said: "A British soldier was involved in a road traffic accident outside Canadian Forces Base Suffield on Tuesday, June 28.
Williams had two medals: the Canadian Forces Decoration Medal, given for good service, and the South West Asia Service Medal, for having served at least 30 days in Afghanistan.
Canadian forces gave no further details on the nature of the relationship, but announced that an investigation is under way.
Chaplains provide the men and women of our Canadian Forces with the moral and spiritual support that they require in their service to the nation," said Minister MacKay in a statement.
I am proud to say now that all of the above mentioned equipment can be viewed in our Canadian Forces Museum of Communications and Electronics .
3) the efforts of Canadian Forces must be directed to the protection of lives and the preservation of civilian infrastructure.
In fact, most of the Canadian Forces women are feminists.
Ottawa -- The first group of 35 Canadian Red Cross Disaster Services volunteers left by a Canadian Forces aircraft for Houston, Texas to work on three week assignments with the American Red Cross.
A member of Batchewana First Nation, Chief Petty Officer Debbi Eisan of the Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre in Halifax, N.
Looking to plug a gap in its intelligence-gathering abilities, the Canadian Forces purchased a Silver Fox miniature unmanned aerial vehicle (mini-UAV) system for testing.

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