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Canadians step up on D-Day

– By Steven Fouchard, Army Public Affairs Canada’s military history is filled with courage and sacrifice. Since Confederation, two million Canadian sailors, soldiers, airmen and airwomen of many backgrounds have served Canada with distinction overseas. More than 100,000 of them have made the ultimate sacrifice. To help commemorate that heritage and mark Canada’s 150th year as …

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Exercise MAPLE RESOLVE troops seek post-battle solutions

– By Steven Fouchard, Army Public Affairs Each year, one of the Canadian Army (CA)’s four divisions is given the responsibility of being in a state of High Readiness. To prepare, their members undergo a full year of intense training, culminating in Exercise MAPLE RESOLVE (Ex MR). Taking place annually at Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit …

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Korean-Canadian Armour Officer is a proud “tanker”

– By Lynn Capuano, Army Public Affairs Kingston, Ontario — Although he is a proud member of Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) (LdSH(RC)), it is not horses that are Captain Hyunjoon (Dave) Jung’s preferred mode of transport. Capt Jung is proud to be called a “tanker”, which, he explained, “is a term used in the Army …

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Exercise MAPLE RESOLVE puts learning into focus

– By Steven Fouchard, Army Public Affairs Each year, one of the Canadian Army (CA)’s four divisions is given the responsibility of being in a state of High Readiness. To prepare, their members undergo a full year of intense training, culminating in Exercise MAPLE RESOLVE (Ex MR). Taking place annually at Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit …

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Master Corporal Nikki Gregg’s personal map includes Japan, Scotland and Saudi Arabia

– By Devon Atherton, Army Public Affairs May, which is Asian Heritage Month in Canada, is a time to celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Canadians of Asian Heritage who have helped shape the diverse and prosperous country that is Canada today. This is one in a series on Canadian Army members of Asian heritage. …

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United States Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley visits Ottawa

– Article / March 7, 2017 / Project number: 17-1020 By Karla Gimby, Army Public Affairs Ottawa, Ontario — Defence and security relations between the United States and Canada are longstanding and well-entrenched, and contribute to one of the closest military relationships in the world. General Mark Milley, Chief of Staff United States Army, visited Ottawa, …

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Training in Tandem: Exercise PHANTOM RAM 17

– Article / February 27, 2017 / Project number: w-ar-17-ex-phantom-ram By Captain Brian Kominar, 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Edmonton, Alberta – One group will potentially deploy to Latvia as a NATO Enhanced Forward Presence (FP) Battle Group, the other will lead a Brigade into a complex multi-national coalition exercise at Joint Base Lewis McChord in …

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Army divers are muddy water divers – every dive is like a night dive

– Article / February 22, 2017 / Project number: 16-0031 By Warrant Officer William Finnamore, Diving Inspector, Canadian Armed Forces Directorate of Diving Safety Ottawa, Ontario — Imagine sitting on the dive boat all geared up and ready for entry into the water. It’s a nice warm sunny day and the task at hand is a …

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Canadian Army hosts Conference of American Armies

– Toronto, Ontario — From February 6 to 10, 2017, the Canadian Army is hosting a special multi-lateral conference in Toronto. The event is part of the 32nd cycle of the Conference of American Armies (CAA), an international gathering of associated militaries consisting of six major meetings held over a period of two years. Founded in …

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