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Auditor General releases report on Canada’s Royal Military College of CanadaOver 20 Combat Engineers join CAF personnel in Iraq for bomb disposal trainingOp LENTUS: CAF personnel help extinguish wildfiresChief of Royal New Zealand Air Force visits OttawaCanadian Armed Forces (CAF) supporting Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria disaster relief

Auditor General releases report on Canada’s Royal Military College of Canada

The operating costs of the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) are twice as much as other universities, yet the institution falls short of its basic purpose of producing well-prepared and high-quality officers for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), according to a new report from the auditor general of Canada. According to the report, released Tuesday,...
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Over 20 Combat Engineers join CAF personnel in Iraq for bomb disposal training

Approximately 20 Canadian Army Engineers from 2 Combat Engineer Regiment have deployed to Iraq in the last couple of months to deliver explosive threat training to Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) in Besmava, Iraq, announced the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) on Friday, Nov. 17. “Daesh heavily polluted a lot of areas with improvised explosive devices when they...
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Op LENTUS: CAF personnel help extinguish wildfires

For two months this summer, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) were on the ground in British Columbia and Manitoba to help their fellow Canadians in combating the devastating wildfires that had enveloped much of the two provinces. The CAF deployed troops and aircraft to British Columbia, under Operation LENTUS, on July 9 after an official request...
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Chief of Royal New Zealand Air Force visits Ottawa

Commemorating shared heritage and to salute an ever-strong partnership, LGen. Michael Hood, Commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force, had the opportunity to welcome Air Vice-Marshal Tony Davies, Chief of the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF), to Ottawa last week. On this significant occasion, Hood released the following statement: “We are pleased to have discussed several...
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