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  1. JSR OP

    Captain Jeff Pitblado 1965 - 2012

    Capt Jeff Pitblado, born in Weston, Ontario on April 5, 1965 passed away on February 13, 2012 after a significant heart attack. He is survived by his spouse, Lisbeth, his two sons Jared and Simon, and sisters Shari and Karen. Over the last three years, Capt Jeff Pitblado was a valuable member...
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    Wearing of GCS & GSM

    Hey all I've tried looking for the answer to this question, but I haven't been able to find anything...(yes I have done a search, before anyone asks...) I have been awarded both the General Service Medal, and the General Campaign Star.  The GSM for tour in '04 in CM, and the GCS for tour at...
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    Cpl. Andrew Grenon, Cpl. Mike Seggie and Pte. Chad Horn - 2 PPCLI - Killed in Kandahar 3 Sep 08- 5 Wounded

    This just in... Ontario soldier killed in Kandahar Canwest News Service Published: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - Canada has lost another soldier in Afghanistan, just days after he received a medal for bravery. Andrew Grenon of Windsor, Ont. was two weeks away from...
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    My tribute to our fallen

    This morning, I was watching CTV NewNet, and watched the "Breaking News" of four more of our brothers being killed in Afghanistan.  I decided it was time I put up my Canadian Flag on my house.  I have been thinking of doing this for some time, but always put it off for one reason or another.  My...
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    Brig Gen Fraser's arm patch

    I noticed this the last the other day, and I've been wondering about it ever since.  Why does Canadian Brig Gen Fraser, Commander Task Force Afghanistan, have a 10th mountain Division patch on his left sleeve?  Does anyone out there there know why?
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    What exactly is the BMQ instructor's main priority?

    Point blank question to the masses: Is it the BMQ instructor's main priority to properly train recruits in the ways of the CF, to build up each new recruit to a high standard, assisting them along the way?  After all, they did pass the initial screening by CFRC. OR Is it the BMQ instructor's...