Canadian Forces Maritime Command

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  • Canadian Armed Forces

    Introduction to Where I Work I am currently employed in The Canadian Armed Forces which is the unified armed force of Canada. This unified group consists of air, land and sea forces referred to as the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN), Canadian Army, and Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), I am in the Canadian Army. Personnel may belong to either the Regular Force or the Reserve Force, I am a regular forces member, simply meaning I serve full time. Some reserve members may serve full time as well. Currently, my unit 1CER, is under 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group, 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (1 CMBG) is a regular force formation in the army of 3rd Canadian Division and is headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta. 3rd Canadian Division (3 Cdn Div) is the new name of Land Force Western Area. It is one of four operational commands in Canadas Army. This command is responsible for all the Canadian Army administration and operations in western Canada from Thunder Bay, Ontario to the Pacific Ocean. The command mission is:…

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  • Omer Levesque's Contribution To The Korean War

    Royal Canadian Air Force ever since he was a little boy. He did not know how to speak English very well so Omer joined the local militia unit and became the lieutenant there. Later joining the RCAF, and on March 31, 1951 he was the very first pilot to shoot down a Korean plane during the Korean war. Omer Levesque and other Canadian forces contribution to the war lead to Canada causing a significant impact. During the Korean war, Canada was the second biggest factor that prevented North Korea…

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  • The Impact Of The Canadian Force In The Second World War?

    and air forces, but the great impact that Canadian soldiers had on the war should not be lost. Many people have dismissed Canada as a peaceful, non-militaristic country, but saying that Canada played an insignificant part in the Second World War is simply inaccurate: manpower does not equal effectiveness. The actions taken and victories gained by the Canadian Forces in the Second World War have had large and visible impacts on the final…

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  • Peacekeeping Issues In Canada

    discussed in class – including the recent reading on aboriginals and their national identity in Canada. Canada’s immigration plans have been one of the main topics discussed throughout 2015. The federal government has arranged to bring in over 20,000 refugees from Syria within the next few months while also contributing an added $100 million to aid the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in efforts to help the Syrian refugees meet their daily needs (Fitz-Morris, 2015). However,…

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  • Russell Williams Thesis

    Col. Russell Williams, 23 year career in the military, Base Commander in the largest air force base in all of Canada and has transported some of the highest dignitaries to our country as a pilot. But how could someone so accomplished and highly regarded end up incarcerated for life? Let me start by giving you a look at his life before, during and after his career in the military. Born in Bromsgrove, England, his family moved to Chalk River, Ontario and met another family, the Sovka’s. The 2…

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  • Effective Leadership In The Military

    Major Anthony S. Miller 24 July 2015 Which imperative is the most important and Why? Give an example of something that the Army could do to enhance capabilities in that domain. Developing leaders to meet the challenges of the 21st century is clearly the most important imperative for the U.S. Army. History is flush with examples of leadership defeating superior technology or causing the defeat to technologically inferior forces: Battle of Little Big Horn,[footnoteRef:1]…

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  • Arguments Against Modular Structure

    many more military benefits that minimize the challenges faced. This study examines Modular Ship Designs within the resiliency context. Military benefits of modular fashion are detailed since naval forces can benefit in many aspects of modular structures. For 21th century, warships are expected to respond to changing conditions in operational environment. They must be resilient against a great deal of threats. Modularity allows for surprises during the service life of a warship. Modular ships…

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