Mike has been gracious enough to set up an army.ca wiki, as announced in the admin section, availible here http://army.ca/wiki/
In the wiki spirit, this site is going to require the input of many members in order for it to become a useful source of information.
Who better to make an authoritative wiki about the CF than CF members, i.e. you?
The framework for the page is already there thanks to Mike himself and includes Recruiting, Operations, Military History, Combat Arms, Physical Fitness, and Foreign Militaries.
I have started an Equipment category, with land, naval, and airforce subdivisions. You can access the Land Force subdivision via this link http://army.ca/wiki/index.php/Land_Force
Please, edit and add away!
I took the liberty to fill out the LAV III article with information directly off of the www.army.forces.gc.ca
website - but given the wealth of experience and knowledge on these forums I am sure we can do a better job.
Any page, including the category or disambiguation pages can be edited to add new articles or categories by clicking the edit tab. You must be logged in with your army.ca login.
If you like, you can follow the schema I and others have to help you with editing, or feel free to invent your own better one and change my hastily done attempt.
Help about editing can be found here: http://army.ca/wiki/index.php/Help:Contents
A red article name means there is nothing behind it, which is almost as bad as having no article at all!
Generally, with editing:
[[articlehere]] links to an article on the wiki site
[webaddresshere] links to a web address in form of a notation
[[Image:imagename.jpg]] will put an image into the article if you've uploaded it using the upload feature in the wiki
* produces a bullet
== headlinehere == makes a headline for categories or whatever