Remembrance Day Narrative

– Having served in the military for eight years now, I’ve participated in a variety of Remembrance Day ceremonies. Some were simple – a parade of …

My unforgettable experience with the CLaS program

– By Himaly Fernando, MARLANT PA Co-op Student It’s not every day that a civilian university student gets a chance to live and sleep aboard one …

HMCS Edmonton breaks record of total illicit substance disruption on Operation CARIBBE

– Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Edmonton disrupted an estimated 758 kilograms of cocaine from a suspected smuggling vessel during her fourth disruption, mid-November while deployed on Operation CARIBBE. This disruption breaks the ship’s record for total seizures and amount of contraband disrupted.

Leadership, respect and honour: Training sailors for the future

– The Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) Leadership Respect and Honour Professional Development Program provides a baseline understanding of the conduct requirements for all personnel in the RCN, providing guidance and procedures for reporting incidents of improper behavior.

Divers gather at Exercise ARDENT DEFENDER 18

– Divers from various Naval Reserve Divisions across Canada participated in Exercise ARDENT DEFENDER held at the 4th Canadian Division Training Centre in October.

Logisticians celebrate their 50th anniversary

– The Canadian Forces Logistics Branch is now the Royal Canadian Logistics Service. It received the new designation from the governor general during the 50th anniversary parade held on Parliament Hill.

CAF Story | Diversity is a Strength for the Forces

– My name is Lieutenant-Commander Desmond James. I’m a member of the Royal Canadian Navy…

Multinational experiences on Operation CARIBBE

– “We are here working with 14 other partner nations to disrupt the flow of illicit narcotics,” says Lieutenant (Navy) Ronaldson. “The cooperative deployment today reminded us we are part of a team and reinforced in us the continued commitment the Royal Canadian Navy has to maritime security.”

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