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Remembering Operation SNOWGOOSE

– For the contemporary soldier, Cyprus is most frequently associated with relaxation and recovery on return from deployments to Afghanistan. However, it also shares a rich history with the Canadian Armed Forces.

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The Deputy Minister’s Vlog: National Public Service Week

– Hi! We are celebrating National Public Service Week. I’m really honored to be the Deputy Minister of National Defence talking to you all about Public Service Week…

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Soldier On sailor sets course for tranquility

– Despite spending 22 years in the Canadian Army, Warrant Officer (retired) Darcy Eggleston is proving he’s as at home on the water as any seasoned sailor.

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51 Squadron welcomes new Honorary Colonel

– Honorary Colonel Lacourse is an advisor to the Board of Directors for the North Bay and Area Community Foundation, a member of the East Ferris Economic Development Committee and a member of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Governance Committee for the North Bay Military Family Resource Centre.

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The June 13 episode of Defence Team News highlights Operation CADENCE

– Operation CADENCE, 2018 Statistics Canada Survey on Sexual Misconduct in the CAF, and construction of the RCN Joint Support Ships

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Ceremony marks HMCS Haida’s designation as flagship of the RCN

– Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Haida has been designated flagship of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) to honour the courageous spirit of this legendary destroyer and all those who proudly served in her. Haida is the last remaining Second World War Tribal-class destroyer in the world. Moored in Hamilton, Ont., it is now a National …

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Tactical Helicopter Squadrons participate in pre-deployment preparation for Mali mission 

– The pre-deployment preparation achieved the integration of the CH-146 Griffon and CH-147F Chinook helicopters, the validation of the Forward Aeromedical Evacuation capability, and certification of the Headquarters team.

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New state-of-the-art facility at CFB Borden improves engineer training

– The facility is named after the late Colonel Karen Ritchie, who was the first woman to serve as a Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RCEME) Colonel.

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Maritime presence: Canadian naval operations in European waters

– The views and opinions expressed in this article belong to the author and do not necessarily mirror the views and opinions of the Royal Canadian Navy. By Dr. Lee Willett Re-posted courtesy of Jane’s Defence Weekly The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is maintaining a pattern of continuous presence in European waters to meet a high …

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I Am Sgt Titus Allooloo

– Canadian Ranger, Sergeant Titus Allooloo, is just one of the thousands of members working behind the scenes. He is the first Defence Team member to be profiled in a new series I Am Strong, Secure, Engaged.

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