The June 26 episode of Defence Team News highlights Operation CARIBBE and Guardian

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Welcome back to Defence Team News, I’m Shelley Van Hoof.

And I’m Lt(N) Jeff Lura. Here are the headlines at Defence.

Operation CARIBBE, Canada’s contribution to the larger, U.S.-led Operation MARTILLO, is wrapping up this month.

Operation CARIBBE is the Canadian contribution to prevent illicit narcotics from flowing into North America.

As a pilot, my role first and foremost is the safe and efficient completion of the mission. As a crew, our role is to take-off, do long-range patrol, detect suspect vessels and report those to our coalition partners for further prosecution.

Our crew brings highly professional and motivated individuals, we’re very happy to be here and we’re very happy to be making a contribution to this operation.

Guardian, the CAF’s new HR system, recently launched. Guardian’s newer web-based platform and software design produces cleaner, more accurate HR information for members.

CAF members are advised to check their Military Personnel Resume Record. Any inaccuracies should be reported to your Orderly Room.

As part of the modernized system, CAF members now have one merged, continuous service record. This combined wealth of HR information will follow members and better support their career development.

By placing people first, Guardian helps better manage the CAF’s 100,000 members, and aligns with Canada’s Defence Policy, Strong, Secure, Engaged. For additional information, consult the Guardian intranet page in the related links.

Before we go, in an effort to promote diversity and inclusion, the Chief of the Defence Staff authorizes all members of the Canadian Armed Forces to attend and participate in pride events in uniform.

All bases, ships and wings are authorized to raise the pride flag to coincide with events in their community this summer.

That’s it for us. Thank you so much for watching. We’ll see you next time…

…for Defence Team News!

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