Ex Cadets & more in the news

Ex Cadets & more in the news

 

Surveillance plane crews strained after three years flying over Iraq, Syria

19166 Iain Huddleston

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CAF help with B.C. wildfires

23384 Alexia Shore

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Record-setting Flight Test Engineer retires from AETE

M0167 Paul-Robert “Razz” Laframboise

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RMC grad relishes her role with UN

24596 Soo Kyong Choi

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10 FTTS welcomes its new command team

22076 Jonathan Pilon / 22494 Éric Matte

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Nova Scotia town fights to save local armoury in possible sign of things to come

15696 Jon Vance

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DND struggles to implement promised tax breaks for military personnel deployed overseas

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Matthew Fisher: With recapture of Mosul, Canadian analysts shift focus to ISIL targets in Syria

Daniel MacIsaac

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Le colonel Stéphane Boivin prend le commandement du 5 GBMC

18254 Michel-Henri St-Louis

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Military cops struggle to enforce mental health laws

18780 Rob Delaney

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419 Squadron comes home to 4 Wing

16165 Sean Boyle / 19958 Paul Doyle

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Cruise missile threat biggest priority in upcoming Norad makeover

G3082 Andrea Charron

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Local runner heads to world mountain running championship

24055 Matt Setlack

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LCol “Moose” Marks takes command of 419 Squadron

16165 Sean Boyle

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12 Wing Shearwater welcomes new CO

18285 Peter Allan

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People power the wing

G#u/k –  Mike Adamson

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CFSAS Welcomes New Commandant at Change of Command

15472 Pierre Viens

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4 Wing command team visits Cadet Summer Training Centre

19958 Paul Doyle

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Ukrainians are no strangers to fending off foes

Canadian military trainers watch over Ukrainian soldiers storming a … including two graduates of the Royal Military College of Canada

Lubomyr Luciuk is a professor of political geography at the Royal Military College of Canada.

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Afghan women seeking revenge on the Taliban who killed their relatives graduate from ‘Sandhurst in the sand’ training centre set up by British troops

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One Comment

  • 6137 Wyn van der Schee

    August 1, 2017 at 4:28 pm

    Why not do the obvious thing and re-establish a company of The Nova Scotia Highlanders at Amherst. Reserves 2000 have demonstrated that it costs less to train and maintain a reservist than a regular soldier. In addition, there are economic and social benefits to maintaining a Militia sub-unit in a medium-sized community. Are you listening, Jon Vance and Paul Wynnik?

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