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- Private Jeremiah "Jerry" Jones of Truro, Nova Scotia, enlisted in the 106th Battalion in June 1916. Jones had to lie about his age in order to join as he was over 50 years old at the time. Learn more:
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Canadian Reservist medic of British- Jamaican origin describes highs, lows and victories of 24-year career
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Canadian Army Feb 19
- Does a full-time summer job for four years sound good? That’s just one benefit of joining the Reserve. To learn more visit:
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4 Cdn Div / 4 Div CA Feb 16
The ARCG completed all tasks & returned to base! Elements of several 4th Cdn Div units operated under the comd of the ARCG in the field during including: 1st Hussars, 31 CER, 31& 33 Sigs, RHFC, G&SF, E&K Scots, 31 Svc Btn, 2,23 &25 Field Amb & 31 CFHSC.
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Canadian Army Feb 19
- "“What I wanted was a career where I was not judged by my exterior, just my core. A friend in the United States military suggested I join the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). He thought I had what it took.”"
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Canadian Forces Feb 19
Deployed members of the cheer on Team Canada's Olympic athletes from Camp Canada, Kuwait, during some down time on 16 Feb.
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Canadian Forces Feb 19
: International Decade for People of African Descent and accessing tax slips
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Canadian Army Feb 18
Young Canadians face challenges finding meaningful careers. The Reserve can help. Learn more:
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Canadian Army Feb 18
Via - "Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) members from as far away as Gagetown, NB are utilizing the range to reacquaint themselves with tools, gain confidence in their work and to maintain their skills, explained Warrant Officer Dan Marlow."
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Canadian Army Feb 18
You can serve part-time in the Reserve and have a big impact. We’re hiring. Learn more:
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Canadian Army Feb 17
reservists make up about 20% of operations? You can make a big difference serving part-time:
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Canadian Army Feb 17
Cpl (Retd) Marelene Clyke, one of Canada’s first Black women soldiers, said, “You couldn’t get a job in a store or anywhere if you were Black, so we joined the Reserve,”
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Canadian Army Feb 16
- Parachutists from the 3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, made a free fall jump from a CH-147 Chinook helicopter on February 9, 2018, in the Valcartier Base training areas.
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CAF Operations Feb 16
Saving lives in Ukraine: Canadian and American soldiers are working together to mentor the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Combat First Aid during
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Canadian Army Feb 16
. can now add oceanographic research to their long list of skills:
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5Div_ComdTeam Feb 12
Great opportunity to also visit the US Army Mountain Warfare School and catch up with soldiers from US Army National Guard. Thanks to LTC Brown & MAJ Gagner for sharing knowledge & insight with us
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Canadian Forces Feb 15
This is part of the with… series, featuring Brigadier-General Rob Roy MacKenzie, Chief of Staff of the Army Reserve. He answered as many randomly drawn questions as he could in 60 seconds.
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Canadian Army Feb 15
High school students in many communities can earn co-op credits in the Reserve. Find out how you can learn, earn, and serve your country in the Reserve:
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Canadian Army Feb 15
- Cpl Marjorie McEwen, "Thumper" the dog and Cpl Olive Waterman, who was one of the first Black women members of the Canadian Army. The women were staff members of the Registrar’s Office, Khaki University of Canada, Leavesden, England.
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Canadian Army Feb 15
Brigadier-General Jennie Carignan, Chief of Staff Army Operations, proudly welcomed 38 new Canadian citizens at a citizenship ceremony in Toronto today.
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