Ex-Cadets in the News

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  • Sexual misconduct report surprised senior military leaders

  • Members of 435 and 442 Squadrons show the flag in Key West

  • Chief of the Defence Staff recognizes United States Navy with Unit Commendations

  • The Valour Building honours recipients of the Star of Military Valour

  • Canadian technical training facility for CH-147F Chinook technicians opens

  • ICE Name Ex Cadet New Head Coach

  • Cabinet to consider commercial ships as stopgap for lack of navy supply vessels

  • Chinook squadron at Petawawa expected to be fully staffed by next year

  • Operation Impact’s Roto 1 personnel get off to a running start during RCAF Run in Kuwait

  • Chris Hadfield carries Pan Am Games torch through Toronto’s rainy downtown core

Keith Ashfield, Member of Parliament for Fredericton, announced on May 29, 2015, that CAE has been awarded a contract worth more than $7.5 million to perform a major visual system replacement and simulator update. In this photo, he is accompanied by 19414 Lieutenant-Colonel Jamie Speiser-Blanchet, the commanding officer of 403 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, which is located at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, New Brunswick. PHOTO: DND Source

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Sexual misconduct report surprised senior military leaders

“A lot of people were very surprised by what they heard because it doesn’t reflect what their experience has been in the military,”

13551 Lt.-Gen. Guy Thibault – Article

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Members of 435 and 442 Squadrons show the flag in Key West

“The primary value of this exercise for us is the intensive training based on realistic scenarios,”

22333 Major Adam Pentney – Article

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Chief of the Defence Staff recognizes United States Navy with Unit Commendations

“Without hesitation, our closest friends and allies came to our aid. The actions of USS Michael Murphy and United States Navy Region Hawaii are a testament to their capabilities and commitment,” said General Lawson. “They went above and beyond the demand of normal duty, and I am honoured to recognize them for their dedication in ensuring the safe return of our personnel.”

12192 General Tom Lawson – Article

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The Valour Building honours recipients of the Star of Military Valour

“”I’m very appreciative of all the officers and soldiers in C Company because without them, nothing we trained for would have been accomplished,”” said Col Fletcher, who was present at the unveiling ceremony May 25. “”It’s very humbling to wear the Star of Military Valour and to see it on display, but I wear it on behalf of my company.””

19662 Colonel William FletcherArticle

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Canadian technical training facility for CH-147F Chinook technicians opens

“The purpose of the FTTF is to train technicians to maintain the CH-147F,”

23563 Captain Kendra Bencun – Article

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ICE Name Ex Cadet New Head Coach

“This is a great opportunity for my family and I. Kootenay has been one of the most successful WHL franchises for the past 17 years. I intend on keeping the strong culture and tradition going despite the expected roster turnover. Hard work gives you a chance to win and we definitely will be a team that competes each and every game,”

24045 Luke Pierce – Article

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Cabinet to consider commercial ships as stopgap for lack of navy supply vessels

“This represents a prolonged and serious gap in capabilities for a country with our vast ocean approaches,”

11712 retired vice-admiral Drew Robertson – Article

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Chinook squadron at Petawawa expected to be fully staffed by next year

“Right now I have 315 people,”

21497 Lt. Col. Chris McKenna – Article

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Operation Impact’s Roto 1 personnel get off to a running start during RCAF Run in Kuwait

“Physical fitness is an important part of operational readiness and it contributes to our members’ stamina and mental health; in the end, it is an important factor that enables all of us to complete air operations,”

16165 Colonel Sean Boyle – Article

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Chris Hadfield carries Pan Am Games torch through Toronto’s rainy downtown core

“I represent so many generations of Canadian athletes, and athletes right across the Americas. I’m extremely proud to be a small part of that.”

13738 Chris Hadfield – Article

 

One Comment

  • Lionel Boxer

    June 1, 2015 at 6:20 pm

    They must have been living with their head in a hole in the ground …

    Sexual misconduct report surprised senior military leaders
    “A lot of people were very surprised by what they heard because it doesn’t reflect what their experience has been in the military,”