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NATO Defence Ministers wrap up meeting on international securityRCAF member hits top spot to win Queen’s MedalArmy Reserve Hosts Open House and Job Fair Sept. 29CAF releases BEARDFORGENThe Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is reopening 23 cases of alleged sexual assault

NATO Defence Ministers wrap up meeting on international security

NATO defence ministers recently concluded a meeting on international security at NATO headquarters in Brussels. The two-day session, which wrapped on Oct. 5, was attended by national defence minister Harjit S. Sajjan. The meetings provided defence ministers with an opportunity to discuss the global security environment and threats facing the Alliance. Defence ministers deliberated on a...
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RCAF member hits top spot to win Queen’s Medal

A member of the Royal Canadian Air Force has emerged as the Canadian Armed Forces' top gun. Lieutenant Baron Hordo, who serves with 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School at 15 Wing in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, won the Queen's Medal for Champion Shot at this year's Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration (CAFSAC). In keeping with...
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Army Reserve Hosts Open House and Job Fair Sept. 29

The second nation-wide Army Reserve Open House and Job Fair will be held on Saturday, Sept. 29 in armouries across Canada. The Open House and Job Fair will take place at nearly 123 units in 117 communities as part of a national recruitment initiative intent to promote awareness in each community about their local reserve unit....
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CAF releases BEARDFORGEN

The Canadian Armed Forces will be easing its restrictions on beards while in military personnel are in uniform.   In a Canadian Forces General Order (CANFORGEN) issued this week, service members will be permitted to wear beards provided they are neatly trimmed, worn with a moustache and no more than two centimetres in bulk.  A...
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The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is reopening 23 cases of alleged sexual assault

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is reopening 23 cases of alleged sexual assault after revisiting dozens of files previously dismissed by military police as "unfounded." An internal review last year found nearly one in every three sexual-assault complaints logged with military police between 2010 and 2016 was deemed unfounded – a designation applied when investigators determine...
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