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[Military] Canadian Forces College Graduate Ceremony Truly Global
Contributed by sehgalviveka on Wednesday, July 07 at 00:44 (11,739 reads)
Canadian Forces college graduate ceremony truly global

 Canadian Forces College is doing an excellent job n training military officers around the world and June 26th was the graduation ceremony with a truly Global feel.

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[Military] The Red Poppy
Contributed by Hyack on Wednesday, October 24 at 20:07 (6,409 reads)
The Red Poppy
The origin of the red poppy as the symbol of Remembrance Day
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[Military] Military To Get New Anti-Explosives Vehicles This Fall
Contributed by Hyack on Sunday, September 30 at 18:23 (6,985 reads)
Military to get new anti-explosives vehicles this fall
The Canadian military should see the arrival this fall of a new system of vehicles for detecting and clearing improvised explosive devices.
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[Military] Canada's New CC-177 Globemaster III
Contributed by Hyack on Sunday, September 30 at 18:22 (10,991 reads)
Canada's new CC-177 Globemaster III

Canada took possession of the first of four CC-177 Globemaster III aircraft on August 9, 2007.

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[Military] Canada’S New Main Battle Tank - Leopard 2
Contributed by Hyack on Tuesday, September 25 at 22:58 (14,826 reads)
Canada’s new main battle tank - Leopard 2
The current Leopard 1 C2 has served Canada very well, but at almost 30 years old it is reaching the end of its useful life
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[Military] A Case For Remembrance Day
Contributed by Subsandwich on Friday, November 10 at 14:05 (3,717 reads)
A Case for Remembrance Day
Some of you might be thinking it’s high time someone puts this day to rest once and for all - why should any Canadian care.
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[Military] My Flag, My Anthem
Contributed by Subsandwich on Tuesday, November 07 at 15:52 (2,758 reads)
My Flag, My Anthem
We found this piece after my father died three years ago.  He was a veteran from WWII
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[Military] Blessed Are The Peacemakers
Contributed by Subsandwich on Wednesday, October 18 at 02:36 (2,894 reads)
Blessed are the Peacemakers
Do you think our soldiers work as Peacekeepers in Afghanistan or must they be working as "Peacekeepers" in order to fall under this category of Canadian Military?
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[Military] A New Defence Policy For Canada In The 21st Century
Contributed by bootlegga on Tuesday, July 25 at 16:14 (9,137 reads)
A new Defence Policy for Canada in the 21st Century
A look into the state of the Canadian Armed Forces and what they need to do their duty for Canada and its citizens.
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