Canadian Forces


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Canadian Forces

pl n
(Military) the official name for the military forces of Canada
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* Experimentation and the Canadian Forces, Commander George Prudat (Canadian Forces Experimentation Centre).
Marie, began her career with the Canadian Forces in 1975.
As with the general population survey, the Canadian Forces supplement found the rate of reporting symptoms was higher for women than for men, except for alcohol dependence, where it was higher for men.
McMaster and about 700 other regiment members are reported to have been camping at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright, 181 miles north east of Calgary, since the end of May as part of a six-week live-fire and tactical training excursion.
The flights represent an air bridge for Canadian forces, said members of Pelletier's team.
The Canadian Forces Aboriginal Entry Program (CFAEP) is a new initiative of the Department of National Defense (DND), designed to let interested Aboriginal candidates experience first-hand what a military career is like, allowing them to make an informed decision as to whether to pursue a career in the Canadian Forces.
"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.
The third program is the Canadian Forces Aboriginal Entry Program or CFAEP.
As of June 1, 2004, approximately 3,810 Canadian Forces personnel were serving abroad in fourteen separate operations on four continents.
Canadian Forces Medical Service continues to treat operational stress injuries, but the project was set up in acknowledgement that responsibility for prevention and treatment of operational stress injuries "is not limited to the health-care providers" and that operational stress injuries have a social aspect that must be dealt with.
The Canadian Forces are there to protect all of us.

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