Canadian Military Photos

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    Noble Guerrier 2012

    Canadian Soldiers of The Fusiliers du St-Laurent, the Régiment de la Chaudière and the 12th Canadian Armoured Regiment conducting Exercise Noble 2012

    Reservists from 34 Canadian Brigade Group (34 CBG) and the 35th Canadian Brigade Group (35 CBG) were deployed on the Camp Lejeune in North Carolina for the year "Noble Guerrier" of 1 to 8 in January 2012.

    Large-scale exercise was an opportunity for reservists to perform various operations such as combat offensive operations, visibility patrols, fighting in urban areas and landings in assault boats.



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    Noble Guerrier 2012

    The Régiment de la Chaudière and the Fusiliers du St-Laurent (Co. D) conducted combat operations in urban areas using simulated munitions to secure sector Combat Town.

    One thousand six hundred Reservists from 34 Canadian Brigade Group (34 CBG) and the 35th Canadian Brigade Group (35 CBG) went to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, to participate in Exercise Noble Guerrier, the first on January 8, 2012.

    This exercise has allowed large-scale reservists to take part in various combat operations such as offensive operations, visibility patrols, fighting in urban areas and landings assault ships.



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    Canadian military is playing a big part in Afghanistan.
     
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    Presently Canada has 950 troops in Afghanistan. The height of their involvement in A-Stan came in 2006 when Canada had 2,500 troops deployed. Of which 1,200 were combatants.
     
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    Don't understand why we're wasting all these taxpayer money in wars that are non-relevant to our country. No one in the right mind would attack Canada, doesn't matter how much they hate the West. It is more important to save the homeless and less fortunate children in east vancouver than to kill people overseas, most of the time it is usually the innocent people being killed rather than the actual combatants.
     
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