Canadian Military Photos

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  1. TerraN_EmpirE
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    24 Canadian citizens died on 911 And don't Think Just because Canada seems too be the quiet neighbor too the north of the United states that terrorists would not attack it. the population of Canada's urban centers is as west as one can get perfect targets. the attitude that it could never happen here is the same one that causes more deaths. simply sticking your head in the sand because some one is swinging an Ax will not save your neck.
    In conflicts Innocent people always get hurt it's a fact as old as time and War.
    But modern military's like Canada, the UK, NATO and the U.S. try too restrict that as much as possible Terrorists By contrast feed on that. The aim of terrorism is Terror and the best way too do that is innocents.
     
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    Nice Photos...
     
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    WTF......this is non-sense, why on earth would any terrorists attack Canada? We're not conducting any carpet bombing operations in the Middleeast or neither are we supporting any coups d'état in foreign countries. If there's no hatred, then there wouldn't be any attacks on us. People don't randomly just decide to blow up themselves for no reason.

    I remember when I was a little younger, my family and I visited Saskatchewan (Regina to be precise). When we saw on the travelling manual that the Saskpower tower was open to public, we went to see it. As we got there, the security told us that it was closed to public due to security concerns after 911. Even at the age of 12, I already had enough common sense to say WTF? Who with the right mind would attack a small town with mostly seniors.

    First of all, there's nothing that Canada had done to others that is bad enough to make people explode themselves or wanting to explode anyone else.

    Second of all, even if you hate those cow farmers so much, detonating yourself in Saskatchewan wouldn't make anyone notice.

    Canadians should keep living the way our grandparents have lived over the last 50 years, that is to not inflict any anger or hatred in other people. Treat everyone with respect and you will be respected. No body would want to blow you up if you enter their country with a smile and respect their customs, especially if you enter with peace instead of tanks and guns.

    Harper is just a dumb ass, he should learn from Jean Chrétien. If it was for Jean Chrétien, we would probably be bombed by someone already.
     
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    They look better than their PLA counterparts.
     
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    My country is purchasing 65 F-35 to meet the strategic demands and to enforce our commitment to NORAD.

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    Awesome shots. I personally saw the HMCS Algonquin at the national day celebrations. I believe they are equipped with 32 VLS and have been successful at intercepting sea skimming targets.
     
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    [h=2]Canada Exercise Arctic Ram 2012[/h]
    EXERCISE Arctic Ram is 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group’s inaugural training exercise which is being conducted in the Northwest Territories from February 14 to 26, 2012. It is the biggest and most complex Army-led exercise ever undertaken in the Canadian Arctic. It will allow our soldiers to reacquire winter soldier skills and improve the Canadian Army Arctic capabilities. Photo Credit: Cpl Lindsay Grimster, CFJIC© 2012 DND-MDN Canada


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    Jump Master Warrant Officer Pat Farrell gives orders to the soldiers about to jump onto Great Slave Lake, as part of EXERCISE Arctic Ram on February 15th, 2012.


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    A soldier from Bravo (Para) Company from the 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry hooks up his static line as he is about to jump from a CC-130J Hercules onto the Northern arm of Great Save Lake on February 15th, 2012 during EXERCISE Arctic Ram.


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    Corporal Dallas Mitchell from the Loyal Edmonton Regiment, waits for the signal to jump from a CC130J-Hercules aircraft during EXERCISE Arctic Ram on February 15th, 2012.


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    Jump Master Warrant Officer Pat Farrell prepares to signal Sergeant Sergio Alburto to start the jump into Edzo from a CC-130J Hercules.


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    A Coyote Reconnaissance Vehicle sits at Russell Lake, Northwest Territories (NT) during the Exercise Arctic Ram Level 3 Range where soldiers from Alpha and Charlie Company (A and C-Coy) from the 1st Battalion of Princess Patricia's Light Infantry (1PPCLI) each carried out a Platoon Level Attack.


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    Troops from Alpha Company (A-Coy) from the 1st Battalion of Princess Patricia`s Canadian Light Infantry (1PPCLI) pack their gear for the Platoon Level attack during the EXERCISE Arctic Ram Level 3 Range at Russell Lake, Northwest Territories (NT).


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    Soldiers drive a Light Armoured Vehicle III (LAV III) on Russell Lake range to get into position for the EXERCISE Arctic Ram Platoon Level Attack.


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    A line of armoured vehicles, trucks and snowmobiles wait their turn to drive onto the ice road leading up to WhaTi, Northwest Territories, during EXERCISE Arctic Ram.


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    Soldiers from Charlie Company (C-Coy) from the 1st Battalion of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (1PPCLI), ready their weapons for the Platoon Level Attack during EXERCISE Arctic Ram Level 3 Range at Russell Lake.


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    A soldier from Charlie Company (C-Coy) from the 1st Battalion of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (1PPCLI) keeps watch during the Platoon Level Attack for EXERCISE Arctic Ram Level 3 Range at Russell Lake.


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    Soldiers from Charlie Company (C-Coy) from the 1st Battalion of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (1PPCLI), on the Platoon Level Attack during EXERCISE Arctic Ram Level 3 Range at Russell Lake.


     
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    Looks a bit cold!
     
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    [h=2]Canada - Exercise Southbound Trooper XII[/h]
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    A group of Canadian soldiers participate in a cordon and search operation at “Cherry Village” during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII) in Fort Pickett, Virginia.


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    A group of Canadian soldiers participate in a cordon and search operation at “Cherry Village” during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII) in Fort Pickett, Virginia.


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    Two Canadian soldiers run during a cordon and search operation at “Cherry Village” during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII) in Fort Pickett, Virginia.


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    A cordon and search operation takes place at “Cherry Village” during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII) in Fort Pickett, Virginia. Canadian soldiers in conjunction with U.S. Army medics take part during this final exercise.


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    Canadian soldiers prepare to leave Fort Pickett, Virginia on board an HSC-7 helicopter during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII).


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    Canadian soldiers prepare to leave Fort Pickett, Virginia on board an HSC-7 helicopter during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII).


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    The 2nd Regiment of Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (2 RCHA) conducts a firing exercise with the Canon type 155mm M777 in Fort Pickett, Virginia during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (XII SBT).


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    The 2nd Regiment of Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (2 RCHA) conducts a firing exercise with the Canon type 155mm M777 in Fort Pickett, Virginia during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (XII SBT).


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    The 2nd Regiment of Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (2 RCHA) conducts a firing exercise with the Canon type 155mm M777 in Fort Pickett, Virginia during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (XII SBT).


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    A group of Canadian military is preparing to leave Fort Pickett, Virginia aboard a Lockheed C-130 Hercules from from the U.S. Air Force during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII)..


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    A group of Canadian military is preparing to leave Fort Pickett, Virginia aboard a helicopter type HSC-7 during Exercise Southbound Trooper XII (SBT XII)..


     
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    [h=2]Exercise Maritime Raider 2012[/h]
    Canadian Army personnel conducted Exercise MARITIME RAIDER (Ex MR 12) at the Virginia National Guard Maneuver Training Center, Fort Pickett, Virginia, from March 1 to 11, 2012.

    Canadian Brigade Group (37 CBG) comprised of Canadian Army Reserve units in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, participated in Ex MR 12. The exercise provides Canadian participants the opportunity to train side by side in a multi-national task force environment. Units from the U.S. Army, Navy, Army National Guard and Air Force will participate in the training providing the Canadians the opportunity to operate and train with their U.S. counterparts in an effort to develop their interoperability skills and build strong ties.

    Ex MR 12 provided the participants with the opportunity to apply lessons learned during previous training to further develop their abilities to respond to situations as they happen and prepare them for future deployment at home and abroad.


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    Member from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland practice "Stacking" prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Member from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland practice "Stacking" prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Corporal Nathan Keefe, a member from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment, Corner Brook Newfoundland, go through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Member from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland practice "Stacking" prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Members from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland practice "Stacking" prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Private Kayla Michelin, a member from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland has a look of concentration prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Members from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland practice "Stacking" prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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    Member from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment from Corner Brook Newfoundland practice "Stacking" prior to going through maneuvers to clear a house in the Urban Ops training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


     
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