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  1. ‘People are the most important thing,’ says new Army Commander

    20.08.2019 10:08

    Ottawa, Ontario — Lieutenant-General Wayne Eyre had only just taken command of Military Personnel Command (and gone back to first finish up a tour in South Korea) in the summer of 2019 when he...

  2. Grief, gratitude expressed in Kandahar Cenotaph rededication

    20.08.2019 05:08

    Ottawa, Ontario — There was sadness and grief in the air as military leaders and government officials joined with the loved ones of Canada’s Afghanistan Fallen to rededicate a memorial to their...

  3. ‘In the service of peace’: The Kandahar Cenotaph

    15.08.2019 12:08

    Ottawa, Ontario — While combat was a significant aspect of Canada’s decade-plus Afghanistan mission, our men and women in uniform made many other significant contributions.

  4. ‘It’s always been a partnership’ for Foot Guards museum curators

    13.08.2019 10:08

    Ottawa, Ontario — You could say Estelle Lane married the Governor General’s Foot Guards (GGFG) right along with her husband, Master Warrant Officer (Retired) Martin Lane, who was a member for 15...

  5. Canada’s Indigenous soldiers wove unbreakable wartime code with native languages

    09.08.2019 09:08

    Ottawa, Ontario — Secrecy in communication during the Second World War was as important as it was difficult. What better way to create an unbreakable secret code than to use a little-known...

  6. The Long Road Home for the Kandahar Cenotaph

    08.08.2019 11:08

    Ottawa, Ontario — It has travelled across a desert, an ocean, all the way across Canada and to the United States en route to its permanent home. The Kandahar Cenotaph, built by soldiers...

  7. Emotional moment at Juno Beach for 95-year-old Veteran and Battlefield cyclists

    06.08.2019 06:08

    Courseulles-sur-Mer, France — When 95-year-old Second World War veteran Russell Kaye set foot on Juno Beach for his first time since D-Day, he wasn’t making his steps in its dark brown sand...

  8. Intelligence Operators are the Army’s ‘information-slingers’

    31.07.2019 05:07

    Petawawa, Ontario — Canadian Army (CA) Intelligence Operators do not get much in the way of public credit for their highly secretive work.

  9. Members of The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal) cross the pond to visit their royal Colonel-in-Chief

    30.07.2019 08:07

    London, United Kingdom — For over 60 years, the Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal) have gone without a Colonel-in-chief until 2014 when Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal stepped up.

  10. Supporting those who serve: Effective soldiers need strong families

    26.07.2019 05:07

    Edmonton, Alberta — While members of 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (1 CMBG) were working their way towards High Readiness, much was going on behind the scenes to ensure the soldiers and...