The Measure of a CDS – Article
What we expect from the chief of the defence staff – Article
Air force loses F-35 champion as commander retires
“Having been (Deschamps’s) deputy, (Blondin) would have been exposed to many of the same briefings and material,”
11330retired lieutenant-general Angus Watt Article
Minister MacKay announces additional Canadian Forces senior promotions and appointments
Natynczyk took his job to heart, say friends Article
Cold Lake Air Force museum receives art donation
“I think he was trying to express a certain amount of the feelings that we had as Canadian Forces members in Afghanistan,”
17863 Major Jonathan Knaul—the current unit safety officer at 4 Wing’s Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment (AETE) – Article
New Commanding Officer of 21 Aerospace Control & Warning Squadron takes over “The Watch”
For LCol Peck of Greenwood, this is his third posting to North Bay returning just after serving two years in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
20823 LCol James Peck – Article
442 Squadron Change of Command
“My family and I are thrilled to be returning to Comox, and I am personally looking forward to returning to 442 Squadron as CO,”
16807 LCol Todd Sharp – Article
Calgary school named for first female soldier in Canada to be killed in combat
The first Canadian female soldier to be killed in action while serving in a combat role will be honoured by having a new school named for her in Calgary.
22458 Capt. Nichola Goddard Article
Humble Armstrong was the clear choice to deliver that extraordinary moment
“Neil Armstrong did not know it, but that night 43 years ago, he planted a seed in my own mind which changed my life.”
8276 Marc Garneau – Article
No pain, no gain: Ironman demands top physical, mental condition
24603 Michael Crosier Video
LCol (ret) Don Wallace Recognized with the Diamond Jubilee Medal in Cranbrook BC
After leaving the army, he became a dentist and practiced for 30 years in Calgary. He is now a cattle rancher near Kimberley.
4215 Don Wallace Article
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