“You rise when you lift others”

Four men and one woman, all wearing similar blue military uniforms, sit at or stand behind a table in front of a tartan backdrop displaying a framed photo; a flag stands on each side of the photo.
14 Air Maintenance Squadron Honorary Colonel David Proudfoot sits with squadron commander Lieutenant-Colonel Amy Tsai-Lamoureux during Honorary Colonel Proudfoot’s investiture at 14 Wing Greenwood, Nova Scotia, on March 21, 2019. Standing, from left, are Master Warrant Officer Gord Morse, 14 Wing Honorary Colonel Terry Kelly, and Wing Chief Warrant Officer Dan Campbell. PHOTO: Leading Seaman Cassidy Moon, GD02-2019-0126-026

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David Proudfoot now has two ethical codes to abide by: the legal profession requires him to provide services ethically, to all; and his March 21, 2019, investure as honorary colonel of 14 Air Maintenance Squadron at 14 Wing Greenwood, Nova Scotia, came with a requirement to read the Canadian Armed Forces code of ethics.

“I did; it’s my duty,” he said during his investiture ceremony. “It says, ‘at all times and in all places, the CAF will respect human dignity.’”

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