Ex Cadets & Catching Up With the News

 

Caption: Cadets of the First Intake into the Royal Naval College of Canada in 1911 with their officers and instructors. Those pictured include the first four Canadians to die in active service in World War One on board Her Majesty’s Ship Good Hope at the Battle of Coronel, 1 November, 1914. They were: Arthur Silver (2nd row, 4th from right), Malcalm Cann (3rd row, 1st on left), John Victor Hatheway (4th row, 1st on left), and William Palmer (5th row, 2nd from left).

Royal Canadian Navy commemorates the Battle of Coronel

The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) marked the Battle of Coronel on November 1st. This battle saw the first Canadian military casualties of the First World War, and the first ever casualties in the history of the RCN. Laying the wreath of remembrance former RMCC commandant, 15185 RAdm Bill Truelove, Commander of Maritime Forces Pacific.

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HMCS Calgary conducts interoperability exercises with the U.S. Coast Guard and the Mexican Navy

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Fisher: Canadian fighter jets in skies over Iraq but won’t drop bombs before weekend

“I would evaluate both partners as needing training assistance and the kind of support, lethal and non-lethal, that Canada has participated in already,”

15696 Lt.-Gen. Jon Vance      Article

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Canadian Navy marks battle that saw first Canadian military casualties of First World War

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Australia – Women in uniform: is our scandalised military finally heading in the right direction?

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Women on Front Lines in Syria, Iraq Against IS

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Wounded Warriors Canada Announces 2015 Battlefield Bike Ride

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Caption: 19166 Colonel Iain Huddleston, the commander of 14 Wing Greenwood, Nova Scotia, bids a warm farewell to members of the Canadian Armed Forces as they board a CC-177 Globemaster III on October 21, 2014. The personnel were enroute to Southwest Asia to take part in Operation Impact. PHOTO: Leading Seaman Eduardo Jorge

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