Canadian-trained police seen as key to Afghan recovery
“The ANP is still a very fragile institution and it carries the highest consequence of failure,” Ward said during a visit to the Afghan Police Academy in Kabul. “That is why there is an emerging recognition that we must focus our effort on the police.”
12632 Mike Ward (RMC 1980) READ FULL STORY
DART produces clean drinking water for Haitians
“There’s much more to be done but we have over 1,400 soldiers, sailors and airmen on the ground here in Haiti and we’re working together jointly, working very well to make a difference as one taskforce to save lives and mitigate human suffering,”
16885 Art McDonald (RMC 1990) READ FULL STORY
Soldiers swarmed for food supplies
“We’ve been the lucky ones who have been able to complete the delivery,”
21386 Frederic Pruneau (RMC 1999) READ FULL STORY
U.S. adds more troops to Canada-led Afghan battle group
With the addition of the 71st Cavalry, Menard will oversee almost 6,000 troops. Menard’s “super brigade,” as Maj.-Gen. Marc Lessard, who commands all Canadian Forces overseas called it several months ago, also includes about 2,850 Canadian troops.
11275 Marc Lessard (CMR 1977) READ FULL STORY
Was it a missile, or a hoax?
Dr. Allan called it “a subsonic something or other,” that may well be a hoax.
15595 Billy Allan (RRMC RMC 1986) READ FULL STORY
Military wants to know why torture report was hidden
Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Walt Natynczyk ordered an investigation, which is headed by Rear-Admiral Paul Maddison, commander of Joint Task Force Atlantic.
12320 Walter Natynczyk (RRMC CMR 1979) READ FULL STORY