Canadian Military Photos

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    The involvement is so that Canadians of reason and good intent can be free and safe to continue to help the poor in Canada, in places like East Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, and any number of other places.

    Canadian forces, along with their US, Australian, UK, etc. compatriots are fighting people who, if they could, would get through to and kill as many Canadians as possible. They have proven a willingness to do so, and try to do so in virtually every civilized nation.

    ...and of course they are not in their "right mind," as we would define it. They want to blow themselves up for their God and their religion and kill ans many innocent infidels as possible to obtain their "heaven," for pete's sake.

    Very difficult, if not impossible, to "negotiate with," or reason with such people.

    But that's why...and do not think if you just "leave them alone," that they will leave you alone. They most certainly will not.

    The Halifax Class are EXCELLENT vessels! Canada built 12 of these outstanding frigates and commissioned all of them in four years between 1992 and 1996. That was averaging three per year all four years and was very impressive.

    They are still going strong and now undergoing a significant modernization and life extension program to keep them at sea until 2030.

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    What has become of the Single Class Surface Combatant Project to replace the Iriquis Destroyers? Will Canada go Horizon/Daring, or AEGIS? I believe three of the DDGs similar to what Australia is doing would be outstanding, but Horizon/FREMM would be equally impressive if outfitted fully.
     
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    Thanks go out to vor33 of mp.net for allowing me to post these OUTSTANDING CF photos from his collection here at SDF!!


    [h=2]Non-combatant Evacuation Operation - RIMPAC 2012[/h]
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    Major Stephen Davies, Officer Commanding A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Captain Benjamin Wong, Operations Captain for A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, copies a situation report (SITREP) during Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Corporal Daniel Fullerton from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Soldiers of the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conduct Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Sapper Guillaume Cote from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Corporal Brandon Gorham from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Lieutenant Ryan Pridmore from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012


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    Master Corporal Paul Skrypnyk from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conduct Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Corporal Devon Carson from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012


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    Soldiers of the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conduct Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Master Corporal Paul Skrypnyk from the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conducts Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


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    Soldiers of the Non-combatant Evacuation Operation unit, A Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry from Shilo, Manitoba, conduct Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows (MCTAB), Waimanalo, Hawaii, on July 30 2012.


     
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    I like their uniforms. Thanks for sharing these pictures here
     
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    Excellent photos posted by you..Nem116!

    More CF PIX!!

    [h=2]Canada - Operation Nanook[/h]
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    Special operations members of the Canadian Forces rappel onto a vessel during Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    Special operations members of the Canadian Forces rappel from a helicopter during Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    Special operations members of the Canadian Forces take part in Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    A special operations member of the Canadian Forces takes part in Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    Special operations members of the Canadian Forces take part in Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    A special operations member of the Canadian Forces takes part in Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd R) and Defence Minister Peter MacKay (C) talk with a special operations member of the Canadian Forces during Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper watches as special operations members of the Canadian Forces take part in Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012.


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    Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) and Defence Minister Peter MacKay pose with special operations members from the Canadian Forces following Operation Nanook on the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba August 24, 2012. Harper is on the final day of his annual tour of northern Canada.


     
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    [h=2]Exercise MAPLE ARCH 2012[/h]
    Canadian Forces instructors and staff work with troops from Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine to reinforce knowledge of counterinsurgency (COIN) operations during this year’s Exercise MAPLE ARCH at the Pabrade Training Area just outside of Vilnius, Lithuania. Focusing on counterinsurgency (COIN) operations (cordon and search, convoy operations, improvised explosive device (IED) lanes, and force protection) this year’s training is done at the section and platoon level and culminates in a combined confirmation company level exercise.

    Exercise MAPLE ARCH is an annual joint military exercise designed to introduce selected Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Polish trainers to key aspects of NATO Peace Support Operations (PSOs) in order to facilitate home unit pre-deployment training. Under the Canadian Forces Directorate of Military Training and Cooperation (DMTC), and through the mentoring of these Canadian Forces specialists, knowledge gained from formal lectures and demonstrations during this exercise are reinforced through practical application and practice. Since 1999, Exercise MAPLE ARCH has continued to use the most current operational experiences gathered throughout PSOs around the world to assist participating nations increase their overall effectiveness and coordination in working with diverse international forces during coalition PSOs.


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    15 Sept 2012 Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania Master Corporal Ashley Doyle, from Land Force Central Area Training Centre (LFCA TC) rehearses house-clearing drills with the Lithuanian AK-4 weapon, prior to instructing the procedure to other countries soldiers during Exercise Maple Arch 12, at the Pabrade Training Area in Lithuania


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    15 Sept 2012 Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania Sergeant Charlie King, from Land Force Central Area Training Centre (LFCA TC), clears the entrance of the room using a Lithuanian AK-4 during house-clearing rehearsals, prior to instructing the procedure to other countries soldiers during Exercise Maple Arch 12, at the Pabrade Training Area in Lithuania.


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    15 Sept 2012 Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania Sergeant Mark Dennis with a demonstration team, from Land Force Central Area Training Centre (LFCA TC), rehearses house-clearing drills with the Lithuanian AK-4 weapons, prior to instructing the procedure to other countries soldiers during Exercise Maple Arch 12, at the Pabrade Training Area in Lithuania.


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    15 Sept 2012 Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania Sergeant Charlie King, from Land Force Central Area Training Centre (LFCA TC), clears his side of the room with a Lithuanian AK-4 during house-clearing rehearsals, prior to instructing the procedure to other countries soldiers during Exercise Maple Arch 12, at the Pabrade Training Area in Lithuania.


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    15 Sept 2012 Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania Sergeant Pierre Couturier and Sergeant Charlie King, from Land Force Central Area Training Centre (LFCA TC), approaches a door way while rehearsing house-clearing drills with the Lithuanian AK-4 weapon, prior to instructing the procedure to other countries soldiers during Exercise Maple Arch 12, at the Pabrade Training Area in Lithuania.


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    15 Sept 2012 Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania Master Corporal Ashley Doyle, from Land Force Central Area Training Centre (LFCA TC) rehearses house-clearing drills with the Lithuanian AK-4 weapon, prior to instructing the procedure to other countries' soldiers during Exercise Maple Arch 12, at the Pabrade Training Area in Lithuania.


     
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