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Cdn Gnr 2006 - The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
2006
THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
February 2007
Février 2007
Volume 41a
Captain-General, The Royal Regiment
of Canadian Artillery
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Capitaine-général le Régiment royal
de l’Artillerie canadienne
Sa Majesté la Reine Elizabeth II
Colonel Commandant, The Royal Regiment
Of Canadian Artillery
Major General J.A. MacInnis, CMM, MSC, CD
Colonel commandant, le Régiment royal
de l’Artillerie canadienne
Major Général J.A. MacInnis, CMM, MSC, CD
Senior Serving Gunner
Major General J. Arp, CMM, CD
Artilleur en service principal
Major Général J. Arp, CD
Director of Artillery
Colonel J.R.C. Lacroix, CD
Directeur de l’Artillerie
Colonel J.R.C. Lacroix, CD
Commander Home Station
Lieutenant-Colonel J.J. Schneiderbanger, CD
Commandant de la garnison Régimentaire
Lieutenant-colonel J.J. Schneiderbanger, CD
Editor-in-Chief
Major J.B.G. Lessard, CD
Rédacteur en chef
Major J.B.G. Lessard, CD
Managing Editor
Captain S.D. Lloyd, CD
Directeur de la rédaction
Capitaine S.D. Lloyd, CD
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Table of Contents
Mot du Colonel Commandant/
Message from the Colonel Commandant .......................................................................................................................4
Mot du Directeur de L’Artillerie/
Message from the Director of Artillery ............................................................................................................................5
1st Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery .................................................................................................................7
2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery .................................................................................................................9
5é Régiment d’artillerie légère du Canada .................................................................................................................... 11
4th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ....................................................................................................................................13
Field Artillery School, RCA/
École d’artillerie de campagne, ARC ............................................................................................................................15
Royal Canadian Artillery Band ......................................................................................................................................17
1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment and
84th Independent Field Battery, RCA ...........................................................................................................................18
2nd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA..................................................................................................................................19
3rd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ..................................................................................................................................20
5th (British Columbia) Field Artillery Regiment, RCA.....................................................................................................21
6é Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC .................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
7th Toronto Regiment, RCA ...........................................................................................................................................22
38th CBG Artillery Tactical Group
• 10th Field Artillery Regiment • 26th Field Artillery Regiment • 116th Independent Field Battery
......................................................................................................................................................................................23
11th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA.................................................................................................................................25
15th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................26
20th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
30th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................27
49th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................28
56th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................29
62é Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC ...............................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
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1st Air Defence Regiment
(Landmark and Renfrew Scottish), RCA.......................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
18th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ..................................................................................................................................30
RHQ RCA/QGR ARC ...................................................................................................................................................31
RCA Museum/
Musée de l’ARC............................................................................................................................................................32
Règlements de la compétition pour l’essai en Mémoire du Colonel Geoffrey Brooks/
Brooks Essay Rules and Submission Deadlines ..........................................................................................................33
Proud Supporters of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery/
Les supporters fier nos contributeurs au La Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ................................................34
Regimental Fund Financial Statement 06-07/
État de Compte du Fond Régimentaire 06-07 ..............................................................................................................35
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery Listing by Rank/
Liste par Grade du Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ......................................................................................36
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Message from the
Colonel Commandant
Mot du
Colonel Commandant
Fellow Gunners,
Chers Artilleurs,
Juste pour citer le commandant de l’armée, «C’est un bon temps
pour être un artilleur.» Je dois avouer que lorsque je suis entré en
fonction comme votre colonel commandant en 2001, je n’avais
aucunement anticipé qu’un jour je ferais cette affirmation. Beaucoup d’eau a coulé sous les ponts et l’année 2006 s’est avérée
l’une des plus occupées pour le Régiment depuis la guerre de
Corée. Les artilleurs sur le champ de bataille en Afghanistan, à
l’école d’artillerie et dans les unités ont démontré une fois de plus
que le maintien des capacités de base - même lorsque rejeté par
le reste des forces - continue d’être une sage décision. À la surprise de bien des gens en dehors du Régiment (mais pas à nous)
les artilleurs sont passés de la suppression à la précision tout en
conservant la flexibilité d’alterner de l’un à l’autre avec une facilité
et un professionnalisme déconcertant. L’effort initial mis sur les capacités STA avant même qu’elles soient requises en théâtre n’était
rien de moins que visionnaire. Nous pouvons même en dire tout
autant du professionnalisme démontré en observant de la facilité
avec laquelle les artilleurs anti-aériens sont devenus les experts en
coordination de l’espace aérien. Quoi de plus exemplaire! La suppression et la précision font maintenant partis des acquis et comme
étant les caractéristiques principales de l’artillerie de campagne.
Toutefois, il y a un troisième pilier - la protection. Bien que la protection soit partiellement reconnue par l’acquisition de nouveaux
systèmes de détection, il faut admettre que davantage est requis
pour l’artillerie anti-aérienne. Peut-être verrons-nous en 2007 un
progrès dans cette troisième dimension.
To quote the Army Commander, “it’s a great time to be a gunner.” I have to confess that when I first became your Colonel
Commandant in 2001 I did not foresee any reason to make such
a statement. Things have certainly changed and 2006 proved
to be one of the busiest years for the Regiment since Korea.
Gunners on the battlefield in Afghanistan, in the School and in
their units proved once again that maintaining core capabilities
– even when rejected by the rest of the forces – continues to
be the prudent thing to do. To the surprise of many outside the
Regiment (but not to us) gunners move from suppression to precision and back with ease and professionalism. The focus on
STA capabilities before they were called for was nothing short
of prescient and the ease with which air defenders became the
experts on air space coordination speaks highly of their professionalism. Suppression and precision are now taken for granted
as being the key characteristics of the field artillery. There is
however a third pillar - that of protection. This is being partially
addressed with new sen sors but more is needed in the field of
artillery air defence. Perhaps 2007 will see progress in this third
dimension.
To Gunners everywhere - regular, reserve, serving or retired
– I wish you continued “Good Shooting”.
À tous les Artilleurs de partout - régulier, réserve, en service
ou retraité - je vous souhaite tous de continuer ce «Bon Tir».
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Message from the
Director of Artillery
Mot du
Directeur de L’Artillerie
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery is in the midst of extraordinary achievements in terms of Army and Artillery transformation. Our soldiers, boasting outstanding leadership, tactical
prowess and superb technical expertise, are intimately involved
in CF operations in Afghanistan, providing unfailing fire support
to the combined arms team and ensuring mission success. We
are receiving cutting edge equipment and are rapidly developing
new capabilities for the Army. Our efforts and contribution to operations is not only recognised across the Army, but also by our
coalition partners. However, this exceptional operational contribution comes at a serious price, and we cannot continue to do
business with zero PY Growth in a constrained environment and
at an unprecedented operational tempo. The Artillery must grow
and this requirement is clearly acknowledged across the Army.
En termes de transformation au sein de l’armée et de l’artillerie, Le
Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne se retrouve au sein de réalisations exceptionnelles. Nos soldats, leader exemplaire, faisant preuve
de prouesse tactique et d’expertise technique, sont intimement impliqués dans les opérations des FC en Afghanistan tout en fournissant
le soutien infaillible de l’appui feu aux équipes interarmes garantissant
ainsi le succès de la mission. Nous recevons de l’équipement à la fine
pointe de la technologie et nous développons rapidement de nouvelles
capacités pour l’armée. Nos efforts et notre contribution aux opérations
sont non seulement reconnus à travers l’armée, mais également par
nos partenaires dans la coalition. Toutefois cette contribution exceptionnelle a des conséquences. Nous ne pouvons maintenir cette façon
de faire sans aucune croissance en personnel et dans un environnement restreint où la cadence opérationnelle est sans précédent. L’artillerie doit se développer et cette situation est clairement reconnue au
sein de l’armée.
2006 has seen significant investment in new equipment for
the Artillery with more to come. In support of deployed operations we fielded the first 10 of 12 155mm M777 lightweight towed
howitzers complete with a digitization system from CPs to guns,
the modular artillery charge system and some new natures of
155mm ammunition. While continuing to support the Sperwer
tactical UAV, we fielded five Skylark mini-UAVs and three Hostile
Artillery Locator (HALO) acoustic weapon locating sensor systems. The Excalibur GPS guided projectile will be delivered in
2007, as will three Lightweight Counter Mortar Radars (LCMR)
along with the WAVES indirect fire warning system. We have
begun delivery of high power laser illuminators and laser target
markers for FOO/FAC parties. On the air defence side, contracts
are in place to deliver five Bison Airspace Coordination Centres,
five troop CPs, a new ADATS trainer and an upgraded C3 system for the ADATS in 2007. We are working hard to resolve the
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2006 a vu des investissements important dans l’acquisition de nouvel équipement pour l’artillerie. Pour l’appui aux opérations déployées
nous avons pu obtenir 10 des 12 obusiers M777 155mm munis d’un
système de communication numérique avec le PC. Nous avons aussi
fait l’acquisition du système de charge modulaire d’artillerie ainsi que
quelques nouveaux types de munitions de 155mm. Tout en continuant
à soutenir le Sperwer UAV tactique, nous nous sommes aussi équipés
de 5 mini-UAV Skylark et de 3 systèmes d’arme de repérage acoustique
d’artillerie (HALO). Le projectile guidé par GPS d’Excalibur sera livré en
2007 tout comme 3 radars légers anti-mortier (LCMR) muni d’un dispositif d’alerte de tir indirect WAVES. Nous avons commencé la livraison des
lasers à puissance élevée avec capacité d’illumination et de marquage
de cible au laser pour les OOA/CAA. Du côté de l’artillerie anti-aérienne,
des contrats sont en places pour l’acquisition de 5 centres de coordination de l’espace aérien montés sur un châssis de BISON, cinq PC de
troupe, un nouveau simulateur d’entraînement d’ADATS et un système
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problems with C3 recoil systems and LG1 cracked barrels and
expect that the serviceability of the LG1 and C3s will be greatly
improved in 2007.
C3 amélioré pour l’ADATS en 2007. Nous travaillons ardemment pour
tenter de résoudre les problèmes avec les systèmes de recul du C3 et
des barils fissurés du LG1 et nous nous attendons que la fonctionnalité
des LG1 et des C3s sera considérablement améliorée en 2007.
The Artillery “way ahead” comes in the form of a campaign
plan crafted to address both the current “Hollow Artillery” while
positioning The Royal Regiment for seamless transition into the
future to meet the Army requirement to provide combat effective
and sustainable capabilities to Battle Groups and Formations.
Unfortunately, we will not receive relief anytime soon. Consequently, I look to the outstanding leadership, professionalism
and dedication of Gunners at all rank levels to carry the Artillery
through these challenging times. Through a solid vision and
united communications plan, it is my intent to provide our soldiers with the unity of purpose they deserve and require to continue to persevere in the face of adversity. To truly succeed, we
must remain mission focused and perform, in priority, Gunner
tasks, with the Reserve Force being an integral player actively
engaged in the force generation and sustainment of Artillery capabilities.
Un plan de campagne a été élaboré pour définir le « plan d’avenir »
de l’artillerie en vue d’adresser « l’Artillerie spectrale» tout en positionnant le Régiment royal harmonieusement dans le futur afin d’être
en mesure de répondre aux exigences de l’armée et de fournir aux
groupements tactiques ainsi qu’aux formations des capacités de combat efficaces et soutenables. Malheureusement pour le Régiment royal
aucune relève n’est prévue à court terme. Par conséquent, je mise sur
le leadership, le professionnalisme et sur le dévouement exceptionnel des artilleurs à tous les niveaux pour soutenir l’artillerie dans cette
période exigeante. À l’aide d’une vision claire et d’un plan de communications homogène, j’ai l’intention de fournir à nos soldats l’objectif
commun qu’ils méritent afin que nous puissions tous persévérer face
à l’adversité. Afin d’assurer une réussite décisive, nous devons avant
tout être focalisé sur le succès de la mission. Nous devons exécuter
en priorité les tâches d’artillerie auxquelles la force de réserve est un
joueur intégral et activement engagé dans la génération de la force et
du soutien des capacités de l’artillerie.
The future is also looking bright for the Reserve Component of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery. Your ongoing support to operations has been exceptional (24 on the first
roto, 33 on the second and 48 currently in theatre) and I fully
anticipate that you will meet the increased demands for future
rotations! I am also impressed by the variety of positions that
have been filled; from gun detachment members (including Detachment Commanders and 2iCs) to Artillery technicians and
Command Post Officers. While the majority has been serving
the Guns, our regimental hat badge has also been represented
in CIMIC, PsyOps and higher Headquarters positions. As we
move forward with Army Transformation and LFRR Phase 3, we
have an opportunity to mould the Regiment into something that
can force generate capabilities that will be needed on the battlefield of today and tomorrow. Our challenge will be in moulding
how The Royal Regiment will deliver these capabilities and from
where - Regular or Reserve Gunners.
L’avenir semble également prometteur pour la réserve du Régiment
royal de l’Artillerie canadienne. Votre appui continu aux opérations a été
exceptionnel (24 sur la première roto, 33 sur la seconde et 48 actuellement
en théâtre) et je suis absolument persuadé que vous allez rencontrer les
exigences accrues des rotations futures! Je suis également impressionné
par la variété des postes qui ont été comblés que ce soit comme membres du détachement de la pièce (incluant les chefs et les chefs adjoint de
pièce) ou bien comme technicien d’artillerie jusqu’aux officiers du poste
de commandement. Bien que la majorité ait servi avec les canons, notre
insigne Régimentaire a été également représenté au sein du COCIM, des
OPSPSY et dans des postes au sein des quartiers généraux supérieurs.
Ce processus de transformation combiné avec la phase 3 de l’armée pour
la RRFT constitue une opportunité pour façonner le Régiment royal en
un modèle qui pourra générer les capacités nécessaires sur le champ de
bataille d’aujourd’hui et demain. Notre plus grand défi sera de déterminer
comment le Régiment royal sera en mesure de fournir ces capacités et à
partir de quels éléments - F Rég ou F Rés.
Domestically, the Territorial Defence Battalion Group
concept and model will reinforce many of the Reserve concepts
that are already in place for support to civilian first responders.
We must continue to train in the provision of arty capabilities for
expeditionary operations, while at the same time providing our
core skills to any domestic requirements. As artillery these include command and control, communications, reconnaissance
and the ability to dispatch small disciplined teams (Gun detachments) to assist in the domestic operations.
Du coté des opérations domestiques, le modèle du groupe-bataillon
de défense territorial renforcera plusieurs des concepts de la Réserve
qui sont déjà en place pour l’appui aux premiers intervenants civil (services d’urgences). Nous devons maintenir notre capacité à fournir des
ressources d’artillerie pour des opérations expéditionnaires tout en
maintenant l’ensemble des compétences névralgique de l’artillerie en
vue de supporter les opérations domestiques. Ces compétences inclus
le commandement et contrôle, les communications, la reconnaissance
et la capacité d’utiliser de petites équipes structurées (dét de la pièce)
pour être en mesure de supporter les opérations domestiques.
Artillery transformation is, and will continue to be.
Transformation is not my initiative and in fact a lot of credit goes
to Col Bob Gunn. Col Gunn’s outstanding leadership over his
four year commtiment to the RCA was nothing short but superb.
His foresight and passion keeping our core capabilities alive,
while enhancing our comd, sense and act capbilities on the
modern day battlefield deserve special mention. Under the circumstances of the day, Col Gunn saved us all from going on the
extinguished species list. Bob, on behalf of all gunners in RCA,
thank you.
La transformation de l’Artillerie est, et continuera d’être. Je ne saurais passer sous silence le fait que ce processus de transformation fut
possible grâce à l’initiative de mon prédécesseur, le Col Bob Gunn. Le
leadership exercé au cours de ces quatre dernières années fut exceptionnel. Sa prévoyance et sa passion à s’assurer que l’artillerie maintienne ses compétences tout en augmentant ses capacités inhérentes de
commandement, de détection et d’intervention sur le champ de bataille
moderne d’aujourd’hui méritent une mention spéciale. Considérant les
circonstances dans lesquelles il devait fonctionner, le Col Gunn nous a
évité de devenir une espèce en voie d’extinction. Je tiens à remercier
Bob, au nom de tous les artilleurs de l’ARC. Merci beaucoup.
It is a good day to be Gunner in the CF. Be proud of
your accomplishments, and never forget our fallen comrades,
those who have served and are serving abroad as well as at
home who have rekindle our ‘raison d’être’ and truly have kept
us at the right of line.
C’est un bon temps pour être un artilleur dans les FC. Soyez fier
des résultats de vos efforts et n’oubliez jamais nos camarades défunts,
ceux qui ont servi et ceux qui servent à l’étranger aussi bien qu’à la
maison. Tous ces soldats ont ranimé notre raison d’être et nous ont
fidèlement maintenu à la droite de la ligne. UBIQUE
UBIQUE
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1st Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
Introduction
erally A Bty spent more
On many fronts, 1
time outside the wire than
RCHA has been a Regiother elements of the
ment at war this past
Task Force. With the reyear. A Bty deployed to
quirement for indirect fire
Afghanistan in January
capabilities to be present
with a safe return in Sepat all times for the infantember, completing sevtry companies there was
en and a half months in
little time to return to KAF
theatre. While away the
for extended periods of
Regiment minded the
rest and refit. While the
home front by ensuring
demand for the guns
that families and loved
was clear, each gunner
ones of those deployed
carried this responsibilwere well taken care of.
ity with a great sense of
Of those deployed, FOO
duty and all were ready
parties were provided by
to fire the guns whenever
1 RCHA to 2 RCHA for
called upon.
what would become the
relief in theatre for A Bty
The guns were highly
in the form of E Bty from A Bty fires the M777 Howitzer in Afghanistan.
involved in combat opPetawawa. Currently the
erations against the
Regiment is preparing B Bty for its deployment with Task Force (TF) Taliban. The majority of battle took place within the Panjwaii area;
1-08 as well as two FOO parties for TF 1-07. C Bty has been put however, A Troop found itself in combat operations as far away as
through the paces as well, with conducting work-up training for TF Laskah Gar in Helmand Province, in support of British operations.
2-07 and training for the potential requirement to supply an additional Overall, the guns were involved in a wide array of operations with
gun troop and FOO party as part of TF 3-06 Enhancements. HQ and nearly a thousand rounds fired at the enemy. During its time in theSvcs Bty supplied a number of individual augmentees to TFA and atre, A Bty managed to complete operations with only one casualty
continued to work hard at keeping the regiment functioning through- lost. With sadness we report that Captain Nichola Goddard was killed
out the year.
in action in operations against the Taliban on 17 May 06.
A Battery
It has been a very busy year for A Bty. On 21 January 2006, A Bty
deployed to Kandahar Province Afghanistan with Task Force Orion
comprised of the 1 PPCLI Battle Group. Over a period of two weeks,
the remainder of the Bty arrived in
theatre in successive chalks. Once
on the ground the personnel of A
Bty continued training for the mission with standard KAF training
and additional mortar training comprised of live fire shoots at a range
just outside of the airfield. Following
theatre preparations, A Bty began
the Relief in Place with the American “Gun Devils” after which A Bty
took up its responsibilities within the
greater Kandahar provincial area.
The last of A Battery’s soldiers returned to Canada on 1 Sep 06.
Following a lengthy tour in Afghanistan, A Bty was now to embark on
what would be some well-deserved leave. However, this would not
take place before the change of command of the Battery. On 8 Sep
06, Major S.F. Gallagher relinquished his command to the incoming
BC Major J.E. Allen. Additionally, BSM MWO P.R.W Parsons officially handed over his duties to incoming BSM MWO B.W. Gittens.
On a closing note for 2006, two events deserve mention. On 31
Oct 2006, A Bty had the distinguished honor of being presented with
the PPCLI cipher for display on their guns. An honour for A Bty, this
dedication symbolized the special bond developed in battle between
the PPCLI and A Bty, 1 RCHA. Only once before has this honor been
bestowed upon the Artillery, this was from the RCR following the Korean conflict, and it was also presented to A Bty.
On 10 Nov 06, Trig Goddard was dedicated in honour and to the
memory of Capt Nichola Goddard’s service and sacrifice. The new
trig marker will remain within the Shilo Ranges as a reminder to all. In
addition, Capt Goddard was awarded a posthumous Meritorious Service Medal and two members of A Bty, Bdrs Fehr and Cummings were
awarded Mentioned in Dispatches
A Bty spent the majority of its
time deployed “outside the wire”. A
deployment outside the wire could last as long as an entire month followed by a three to four day rest and refit at Kandahar airfield. Gen-
Capt Nichola Goddard
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erations exercise in Hinton, AB and then they participated in a dismounted exercise in Shilo named Ex THOR’S HAMMER. Later that
year another OP party experienced Ex THOR’S HAMMER II. On the
gun line, the summer brought C Bty the opportunity for smaller training events such as a river crossing exercise where C Bty tactically
crossed the Assiniboine River.
B Battery
2006 proved to be a busy year for B Bty. It started with the Bty
sending a troop to Roger’s Pass, BC to man the first rotation for AVCON. This was followed by a large PCF cycle that included Basic
Tech, LAV Driver, FEDC, and Driver Wheeled courses. Throughout
the summer, the battery supported WATC by providing a firing troop
for their courses. Additionally, B Bty was responsible for conducting
Ex URBAN GUNNER. This provided an opportunity for the troops
to conduct convoy ops, first aid, and combat casualty care training.
Outside of regimental taskings, courses, and training, the Bty also
sent twelve soldiers to augment A Bty and deploy as part of Task
Force 1-06. With the end of the summer came a change of command for B Bty with Maj Craig Landry handing over his command of
B Bty to Maj Jamie Vieveen.
At the end of the summer, TF 2-07 was stood down, but then the
call came for possible augmentation to TF 3-06. While on Ex SPARTAN RAM in September, C Bty was required to change gears and
was needed for TF 3-06 Enhancement training in Wainright, AB. A
squadron of tanks, a troop of engineers, and F troop from C Bty were
slated for task force augmentation, which meant that the troop had to
be quickly shipped to Wainwright for work up training. While there,
C Bty was in support of a tank squadron and was involved in a Level
five exercise. Wainright was a successful training exercise in preparation for the possibility of F troop having to go on tour at short notice.
In October, the entire troop was trained on the new M777 and on the
new digitization package for the gun. This course was conducted
in Shilo and upon its completion saw the troop ready for deployment if called upon. When not on exercises or deployments, C Bty
conducted courses and training. Numerous 81mm mortar courses
were conducted with the aid and expertise of the C Bty personnel.
After a well-deserved block leave, B Bty participated in Ex SPARTAN RAM and Ex PRAIRIE VIPER, which included the Brigade
Training Event. This provided a good shake out opportunity for the
new leadership of B Bty. In addition, it afforded the opportunity to put
both the gun line and the OPs through their paces. In November,
B Bty participated in the Manitoba Legislature opening in Winnipeg,
providing a highly turned out honour guard. Subsequently, the Bty
also sent a LAV and crew to Winnipeg for the 2006 Grey Cup. This
provided a chance to interact with the community and offered a fantastic PR opportunity for the artillery.
Headquarters & Services Battery
As is always the case, life in Headquarters & Services Battery
was busy supporting all of 1 RCHA’s activities, exercises, and PCF
courses. 2006 also saw several soldiers deploy to support Task
Force Afghanistan, where they worked tirelessly in many capacities, including the CO, LCol Williams and the BC of HQ
& Svcs Bty, Maj Buchanan, who were both deployed in the
Bde HQ. The Ops O at the time, Capt Kennedy, deployed
as a WSE Major in the Targeting Cell. The Bty also sent
officers and NCMs of various occupations to support both
Roto 0 and Roto 1 in various tasks, either in Kabul, at Camp
Nathan Smith in Kandahar City, or at KAF as part of the NSE
and TF ORION.
To finish off the year, another regimental PCF cycle commenced
The price paid for the deployment of so many was that
those left behind were called to step up and undertake additional responsibilities, such as the 2IC, Maj McGarry, acting
as CO of 1 RCHA for the better part of a year. HQ & Svcs
Bty also saw a change of BSM from MWO Budd who was
posted to WATC (Shilo) to MWO Parsons who came over
from A Bty.
The PPCLI Cypher was presented to A Bty.
with the aim of setting up B Bty for success in preparations for Task
Force 1-08. During this time, several conversion courses were run
and included an LG1, M777, and 81mm Mortar courses. Additionally several personnel were sent to England to participate in an STA
conference.
In Aug 06, HQ & Svcs Bty ran Ex MOUNTAINOUS GUNNER 06 at
Roger’s Pass, BC. The aim of the exercise was to conduct portions
of MLOC training, including navigation, comms, and some fieldcraft.
Certain other activities were added, such as mountain biking, golfing,
and white water rafting. This event afforded the Bty a good opportunity
to conduct team-building activities in a mountainous environment.
C Battery
This year has been an eventful year for C Bty. In January, the
year started with the PCF cycle, which was followed in March by
Ex PEGASUS WARRIOR held in Kamloops BC and consisted of a
jump mortar troop from the Bty. TF 2-07 was the next challenge for C
Bty. The TF stood up for training in April and continued through until
August. In May, C Bty went to Dundurn, SK for an exercise as part
of infantry training.
Conclusion
Life in the Regiment over the past year has been taxing. Our operations in Afghanistan have not only challenged us as soldiers but as
individuals as well. Unfortunately, soldiers very close to us paid the
ultimate price for peace. They remain in our thoughts and we pray everyday for them. Back in Canada, many worked very hard to carry the
torch and provide all that they could for those abroad as well as continue the hectic pace of tasks and courses. The Regiment accomplished
amazing things this year and will strive to do the same next year. We
are all truly honoured and proud to serve under the Canadian flag with
the most remarkable and courageous soldiers in the world.
The summer was also busy time for C Bty, especially for the OP
parties. One FOO was sent to Afghanistan as a replacement and
encountered several months of combat operations in support of A
Bty. Another OP party was involved with a counter-insurgency op-
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2nd Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
transfer of command authority from the PPCLI Battle Group
as we engaged the Taliban. This action was the pre-cursor to
Op MEDUSA, the RC (S) Brigade level operation and the ISAF
main effort. During Op MEDUSA, the guns fired approximately
2000 rounds of 155mm, and the FOO parties controlled over
150 close air support sorties, as well as an equal number of attack helicopter sorties, during the 16-day period. This firepower was the decisive blow to the Taliban during this operation.
With E Battery and the Provincial Reconstruction Team
(PRT) deployed in Afghanistan on Task Force (TF) 03-06, a
greatly expanded D Battery preparing to deploy on TF 01-07,
and F Battery’s standing tasking to provide soldiers for the Disaster Assistance Response Team, all soldiers in the Regiment
without exception have been completely focussed on current
operations.
Task Force 03-06
E Battery started 2006 focused on its upcoming deployment
to Kandahar Province. The M777 155mm Battery consisted of
116 personnel of all ranks: three FOO parties, a mini-UAV troop
and two gun troops each with two howitzers. The Battery was
honoured to have its third FOO party come from 1 RCHA.
Provincial Reconstruction Team
LCol Simon Hetherington, who handed over command of the
2nd Regiment in June to LCol Scott Johnson, is the Kandahar
Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) Commander, located at
Camp Nathan Smith. The mission of the PRT is to rebuild the
capacity of the government of Kandahar to look after its own
affairs. That can be as simple as showing folks how (and why)
to record the minutes of a meeting, or as complex as managing
the construction of roads, dams, and police stations.
Training preparations for our deployment consisted of conversion training to the digitized M777, and realistic live-fire
ambush lanes at the gun-troop level in Petawawa. Soldiers
travelled to Israel for Mini-UAV training. Realistic live-fire combined arms training was conducted in CFB Petawawa to ensure the Task Force was ready for its validation exercise at
CMTC Wainwright
The concept of the PRT is new to the Canadian Army, as we
have only been in this business for a little more than a year,
however, with typical Gunner panache, all ranks of the Kandahar PRT are working to reconstruct the provincial government
and give the people of Kandahar, and Afghanistan as a whole,
the kind of society that they
deserve.
E Battery’s first rounds were fired just two hours after the
Task Force 01-07
Jan 2006 saw D Battery returning from post deployment
leave after a second DART
deployment in 2005: Op PLATEAU in Pakistan. The Battery immediately dispersed
onto many individual training
courses as initial preparation
for forming TF 01-07 in anticipation of deployment on
Op ARCHER Roto 3 in Feb
2007. D Battery tested and
trialed a new piece of kit in
April: the M777 howitzer with
the new Digital Gun Management system. The new
Light-Weight Towed Howitzer
combined with the British LINAPPS navigation and orientation system, and a new system connecting the CP and
IFCCS to the gun-line truly
brings the Royal Regiment
into the new millennium.
E Bty guns in action in Afghanistan.
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formed magnificently. Much has been said
in the above commentary with respect to the
escapades of the various Batteries of the
2nd Regiment. It would however be remiss if
it were not pointed out that any success this
Regiment has enjoyed this year is a product of the efforts of those serving across our
larger Royal Regiment, in many capacities.
Of particular note is a debt of gratitude the
Officer’s and soldiers of E Battery owe to A
Battery 1 RCHA, in preparing the way and
setting E Battery up for success.
From our operations in Afghanistan, in
my view the biggest lesson we have drawn
is that we Gunners know what we are doing, and our traditional Artillery methods
continue to be sound today, as they were in
days of old. We have learned that the only
thing that our enemy truly fear is the sudden
unannounced and unexpected rain of steel
and thunder that can be brought upon them
any time of the day or night, in any kind of
weather, wherever they might be.
Bdr Sylvester (PRT) in Afghanistan.
Force enhancements for theatre arrived in September and
we began training another gun troop, a 4th FOO party, and a
HALO troop. The Battery headed to Wainwright in October
and confirmed they were ready to deploy with the rest of the
TF. The Battery is well positioned to excel in operations when
it relieves E Battery in February as part of TF 1-07.
F/HQ Battery’s
F and HQ Batteries conducted a sovereignty operation to
Baker’s Lake, Nunuvat in February. Thanks to the mentoring
of the Rangers and local inhabitants, the soldiers learned survival techniques and were able to sample local food and traditions.
On a final note, it should be stressed both
D and E Batteries have been augmented by a great many Gunners from many Reserve Force units, the Field Artillery School,
and our sister Regular Force Regiments. Without these outstanding soldiers from across our Country, there would be no
success.
I am incredibly proud of all the soldiers of the 2nd Regiment
have accomplished this year, and incredibly humbled by the
overwhelming assistance we have received in preparing for
and prosecuting our Country’s fight. While much has been
done, much more remains to be accomplished. It truly is a
great time to be a Gunner! Ubique!
Simultaneously, F Battery prepared meet the requirements for
deployment with the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT), which
ultimately deployed as part of Task
Force 3-06 in August. Fifteen soldiers from F Battery deployed with
the PRT and are employed throughout the organization in both pivotal
support roles and as close protection
for the PRT Commander
The year 2006 was a busy one for
both F and HQ Battery. Despite the
hectic operational pace of the Regiment and the Brigade, both batteries
proved to be up to the tasks given
them and always placed the needs
of the Regiment ahead of their own.
Commanding Officer’s Comments
Much has been asked of the Officers and soldiers of 2 RCHA this
year, and they have in all instances
stepped up to the plate and per-
Sgt Hale’s detachment in Afghanistan.
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5e Régiment
d’artillerie légère du Canada
L’année 2006 fut particulièrement bien rempli pour les membres du 5e Régiment d’artillerie légère du Canada (5e RALC).
Mentionnons d’abord les montée en puissance des FO 04-06
et 03-07, le déploiement de la troupe UAV en Afghanistan et
n’oublions pas la réorganisation régimentaire. Le travail accompli fut considérable. C’est avec un moral d’acier et la rage au
cœur que les hommes et les femmes du 5e RALC ont tous mis la
main à la pâte pour y arriver. Voici donc un résumé des activités
du 5e RALC pour l’année 2006.
pris par la majorité de nos membres du 4 au 12 mars, cette
pose a permit à nos membres de profiter du congé scolaire pour
se retrouver en famille. Dès le retour, le Régiment a procédé
à l’EXERCICE PIÈCES GELÉES du 14 au 16 mars, suivi de
l’EXERCICE PIÈCES MOBILES du 17 au 20 mars en collaboration avec la réserve. Ces exercices ont servi à valider les cours
de l’école régimentaire, tant au niveau de la position des pièces
que du poste d’observation. Les membres de la Bie R ont ensuite été impliqués sur l’EXERCICE HANNIBAL TREMPÉ avec
le 1 R22R à Gagetown du 27 mars au 13 avril dans le cadre de la
FO 04-06. La Brigade a créé une nouvelle entité au sein de son
QG, il s’agit d’une cellule des effets et c’est le commandant du 5e
RALC qui en a la responsabilité. Cette cellule est notamment responsable des CCFA, de la défense antiaérienne, de l’aviation,
des opérations d’information, des affaires publiques, des opérations psychologiques et de la coopération civilo-militaire. Le
mois de mars a été
égaillé par la promotion à adjudant-Maître pour deux de nos
membres, soit l’adjum
Gabana et l’adjum
Léveillée. Le mois
de mars s’est terminé avec l’Inspection
Technique Annuelle
du 27 au 31 mars.
Le mois de janvier a débuté en douceur avec un retour au travail pour le lundi 9 janvier. Rapidement le Régiment s’est mis en
branle pour la préparation des exercices hivernaux. L’EXERCICE
RAFALE BLANCHE a eut lieu du 23 au 27 janvier dans la région
de Bellechase et ce fut un franc succès. À cette occasion,
le Régiment s’est distingué à plusieurs reprises par l’efficacité
et l’ardeur au travail. L’OPÉRATION
R AY O N N E M E N T
qui a eut lieu durant cet exercice fut
l’occasion de nombreuses rencontre
avec le public afin de
faire connaître nos
activités.
Dès le 1er février,
25 personnes de la
troupe UAV sont parties en Afghanistan
pour l’OP ARCHER,
ils ont été affectés au
408e Escadron Tactique d’hélicoptères
d’Edmonton en Alberta avec la FO 01- Arrivée du M777 au 5e RALC.
06. Dans le cadre de
la FO 02-06, la Bie X s’est déployée en Beauce pour un exercice
hivernal. Le 8 février, M. Alain Juppé, ancien Premier ministre
de la France est venu faire une conférence aux officiers et aux
sous-officiers supérieurs portant sur la constitution européenne et
la défense de l’Europe. Du 13 au 17 février, l’EXERCICE GUERRIER NUMÉRIQUE a impliqué les CCFA du Régiment. Cet exercice faisait partie du plan global de numérisation du 5e Groupe
Brigade Mécanisé du Canada (GBMC). Tout au long du mois de
février, nos membres se sont entraînés intensivement en vue des
jeux d’hiver de la Brigade.
Au début du mois
d’avril, l’EXERCICE
LION GLORIEUX a
requis la participation
du CCFA régimentaire pour un exercice de simulation.
Le printemps est toujours une période tumultueuse, cette année la Bie R était de retour de Gagetown le 13 avril. La Brigade
a reçu la visite du Ministre de la Défense, l’honorable Gordon
O’Connor. C’est avec regret que le 5e RALC a appris le décès
du maj (ret) Frank Champion Demers qui fut le deuxième Capitaine-adjudant en 1969, il est décédé du cancer, le 23 avril à
l’âge de 73 ans.
C’est le 13 mai que le major Préaux a pris le commandement
de la Bie CS. Il prend la relève du major Tousignant qui nous a
quittés pour aller travailler comme G3 au QG du 35e GBC. Une
fois de plus, le 5e RALC a performé lors de la compétition de
tir annuel de la Brigade en arrivant au troisième rang. Cette
performance est remarquable puisque l’équipe de tir régimentaire a été créée tardivement et nos membres n’ont eu que deux
semaines pour faire leur préparation. C’est en mai qu’ont été
Le 1er mars, le Régiment s’est démarqué lors des jeux d’hiver
de Brigade en terminant en 4e position. Cette activité conviviale
sert de point de convergence afin de rapprocher les membres
des différentes unités du 5e GBMC. Un repos bien mérité fut
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qui sont assignés sur la FO 03-07. Des cours ont été conduits
dans tous les domaines, du cours de combats sans armes au
cours de techniciens de poste d’observation. Dans le cadre de
la FO 04-06, la Bie R est allé faire un exercice de confirmation
à la BFC de Wainwright. La Bie CS s’est retiré à Farnham pendant une semaine pour assurer la participation maximale aux
NIAC annuels.
Le Maj Casey du 408e Escadron et le Capt Claveau du 5e RALC ont été
à la cérémonie de remise du Golden Hawk le 14 octobre à Ottawa.
promus les adjudants Therrien et Blouin.
Le 8 juin, le Régiment a reçu la visite du GCmdt du SQFT,
le bgén Barabé. Il a profité de cette visite pour remettre des
mentions élogieuses aux bdrc Beaudry et Dufour pour leur performance remarquable lors de la compétition de tir de 2005. Le
20 juin, le major Smith a pris le commandement de la Bie X. Il
prend la relève du major Fortier qui quitte pour une année à
l’ambassade canadienne à Kaboul. C’est en juin que les adjudants Bienvenue et Perrée ont été promus.
La période estivale marque un ralentissement dans une année
particulièrement chargée. Plusieurs de nos membres ont participé
à la Gun Race. Certains ont été impliqués au niveau de la formation des nouvelles recrues des FC. Malgré tout, nos membres
ont pris des vacances méritées et ils ont fait le plein d’énergie, car
l’automne s’annonçait tout aussi chargé que le début de l’année.
C’est le 1er août que la restructuration a pris effet. La nouvelle
structure du Régiment divise les batteries par branche de spécialisation. En effet, le Régiment est
maintenant organisé de façon à
ce que la Bie X inclus tous les
groupes tactiques, la Bie Q soit
la Bie d’acquisition d’objectifs
et que le Bie R soit celle des
groupes de pièces. Le 25 août,
le Régiment a tenu le tournoi de
golf annuel, suivi du souper de la
Fondation du 5e RALC. C’est au
courrant du mois d’août que les
25 membres de la troupe UAV
sont revenus d’Afghanistan. À
la fin d’août, la FO 04-06 a été
relancée, la Bie R a donc été reformé. Lors du mois d’août, il est
à souligner les promotions du
major Lacombe et de l’adjudant
Ouellet.
Le mois de septembre
marque officiellement la relance
des activités régimentaires.
L’école régimentaire a assuré
la préparation de nos membres
La performance remarquable de la troupe UAV en Afghanistan a été remarquée. Le 14 octobre, le capt Claveau a été à
Ottawa pour recevoir au nom de la troupe UAV le Golden Hawk
Trophy. Ce trophée est remis afin de souligner la contribution
et les réalisations dans le domaine de l’aviation aérienne. Ils
se sont mérité cet honneur pour avoir fait preuve d’adaptabilité
et pour avoir réussit à faire plusieurs sorties par jour dans des
conditions climatiques difficiles pour la mécanique de l’appareil.
Cette année, la participation du 5e RALC fut particulièrement
importante lors du JOC, le commandant et le SMR ont accompagné sept de nos officiers juniors pour cet événement.
Le 1er novembre, le bgen Barabé a visité le Régiment, il a
remis des mentions élogieuses du GCmdt SQFT / FOI (Est)
à l’adjuc Boivin pour son dévouement lors de la commission
d’enquête sur le décès du soldat Dessureault à Wainwright en
septembre 2005 et au sgt Ménard pour souligner son implication
active dans le programme de retour au travail de l’unité. Lors
du mois de novembre, la nouvelle pièce d’artillerie, le M777 est
arrivée au 5e RALC. L’EX BOMBARDE BORDÉE est venu conclure le mois de novembre, cet exercice a permit de confirmer
les participants à l’école régimentaire et de mettre en pratique
les techniques du danger proche.
Comme à chaque année, les 1er et 2 décembre, une vingtaine de
volontaires ont participé à l’activité de la Maison Partage qui vient
en aide aux plus démunis de notre communauté. Le 4 décembre, la Ste-Barbara est fêtée par l’organisation d’une journée de
sports. Lors de cette journée, des parties de hockey amicales ont
été disputées; les sous-officiers supérieurs ont vaincu les officiers
9 à 2, alors que les artilleurs et bombardiers ont blanchi les bombardiers-chef 3 à 0. L’inter-mess et le dîner de la troupe suivront
dans les semaines suivantes
afin de terminer l’année tous
ensembles dans un esprit de
cohésion et de fraternité.
Le Bdrc Latulippe, l’artil Lévesque et le Sgt Moreau lors du travail à la Gate à Kandahar.
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L’année 2006 a été marquée par de nombreuses réalisations. C’est avec fierté
que nos membres profiteront du repos du temps des
Fêtes. L’année 2006 restera
marquée comme celle du
changement avec la restructuration régimentaire, l’arrivée
du M777, la contribution de 2
troupes UAV à l’OP ARCHER
et la montée en puissance de
deux Batteries.
C’est avec optimisme que
le 5e RALC voit venir l’année
2007 et ses nombreux défis,
alors qu’une majorité de nos
membres seront déployés en
Afghanistan.
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4th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
and we were already facing early summer.
The year 2006 started off with some uncertainties for 4th Air
Defence Regiment. The promotion forecast set by the Career
Manager was bleak, as was the future of the ADATS. However,
changes can come at the most unexpected time. 4th Air Defence
Regiment saw promotions of Bombardiers to Master Bombardiers,
as well as Master Bombardiers to Sergeants. The senior NCOs
also saw notable movement in their ranks. With these promotions
and summer postings, morale began to soar. After years of planning, it was finally time for the various VSHORAD units from coast
to coast to re-role. Most full time Air Defenders gathered here.
A good mixture of these soldiers were dispersed between 128
AD Battery in Gagetown and 119 AD Battery in Moncton. A large
number of support trade personal also joined the unit bringing the
total numbers posted in to 62 new members. With a great new
team and loads of new ideas, we embarked on a very fulfilling and
successful year. This may sound great but it was in a year that
saw the AD trade go from 312 PY’s to 263 PY’s.
In Feb, six mbrs deployed to Afghanistan with the 1 PPCLI BG,
known as Task Force ORION. They were the first operational
ASCC to deploy at the BG level. These mbrs were responsible
to co-ordinate the airspace for TUAV missions, EOD operations
and indirect fire. They were Capts Paul Hillier and Rory Moore,
Sgts Boyd Payne and Rob Murphy and Bdrs Allison Babin and
Fred MacLaren. They completed a very successful tour and
were given a warm welcome upon returning in Sept.
Annually, we deploy on numerous exercises in support of
Field Artillery School Training and this year was no different. At
the end of May, we deployed on Ex SUPREME WARRIOR. Deployments of this type allow us to remain current on our weapon
system in both the DF and GBAD roles.
Concurrently, a troop was headed to Cold Lake to participate in Ex
Maple Flag. This is an annual training event, allowing our ADATS to
deploy and track aircraft from various allied countries. We learn about
each other’s tactics and procedures and discuss various deployment
options. We present a challenging threat for the Air Force.
Our debut exercise for 2006 kicked off on 28 January when 86
eager and well-trained soldiers headed to Iqualuit to train with
the Canadian Rangers. Ex GLACIAL GUNNER was the Regiments first Sovereignty Operations exercise since 1999 and we
learned various techniques on survival in the Far North. We returned to warmth in mid February and immediately commenced
preparation for the Combined Arms Team Commander Course.
In conjunction with the LDSH (RC) we soon became the resident experts on the employment of the ADATS in the Direct Fire
Squadron. This work up and exercise took almost two months
It seems like only yesterday that LCol Dana Clarke assumed
command of the Regiment. However, it was already time for him
to move on to other challenges. On 06 July, we were pleased
to stand tall on parade as he passed the reigns to LCol Daniel
Bouchard. Also HQ & Svcs saw the change of BC as Maj Shawn
McLean passed command of the Battery to Maj
Jacques Gobin. Immediately a small contingent
deployed to the Halifax area to take part in the Nova
Scotia International Tattoo (NSIT). Competing in a
series of events against opposing teams of Sailors
and Airmen, the members or 4th Air Defence Regiment propelled the Army to a well-respected first
place finish. The name 4th Air Defence Regiment is
now engraved on the NSIT sword.
Finally, we began summer block leave and this
quickly melted into August and another deployment
was on the horizon. This time we were deploying
as Opposition Force (OPFOR) for the Area Reserve
Concentration (ARCON), a group of part-time reservists who train annually in the area to confirm their skills.
Additionally, Ex ROYAL ARCHER I was integrated
into Ex ARCON, allowing the RCR Battle Group deploying as part of TF 1-07 to train concurrently. We
deployed a troop to each of these exercises for the full
period, allowing us to practice our basic infantry skills
once again. The following month, we were pleased to
deploy as part of Ex ROYAL ARCHER II, allowing the
RCR Battle Group to practice their skills.
ADATS ready to fire during Ex MAPLE FLAG.
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In early Sep, the summer leave period was behind us, and 47
personnel from the 4 AD Regt head off to the Halifax International Air Show. The Regt were the OPI’s for this years Army contribution to the show. With the help of CTC, 4 ESR, 2 RCR and
a large number of personnel from 36 Bde, they created a mock
up of a Camp on the Airfield in Halifax. There are LAV III rides,
stands displaying why things are seen and small arms as well
as a Kiddy Commando Course that was a big hit with Children
and their parents. There were 22 static vehicle displays from a
Leopard Tank and an ADATS to an Aardvark and a LG1. The
whole show attracted some 18,000 people and about 11,000 of
them went through the Camp.
Although it was crucial to ensure the Task Force was properly
prepared, it was also imperative we confirm our own training for our
upcoming ADATS Live Fire. We conducted a lot of garrison training
in preparation for this, including weeks of Aircraft Recce and CST
Training, there is nothing like the feel of the snow under your tracks
in the Gagetown Training area! So immediately following Thanksgiving Weekend in October, we deployed on Ex THUNDERING
KNIGHT. This exercise was designed as the final confirmation before traveling to Suffield with all of our equipment in tow.
The entire month of November was spent in the sunny, rolling hills
of Suffield, AB as part of Ex POTENT KNIGHT. What does every
Air Defender train for…a chance to fire a live missile! This year, mis-
siles were fired at a combination of ground and aerial targets. Bdr’s
Cordy, Davidson and Legge were congratulated for their direct hits.
.
December arrived quickly as we planned the events of Regimental RV Week. This week allows all mbrs including those
from Cold Lake, Moncton and Gagetown to gather and celebrate
the successes of the year in close and the prospects of the coming year. Although this week consists of sports, dinners, promotions, and many other celebrations, the highlight this year was
the Offr/Sr NCO vs. Jr NCM’s hockey game that resulted in a
crushing defeat for the Offr/Sr NCO team!
Goodbyes and Seasons Greetings were said for Christmas Leave
and another busy start as we welcomed in 2007! During the holiday
season the Regt still remained focus as we are the lead for the IRU
in LFAA at this time. The Regt Ops staff made excellent plans to deal
with any issue that may arise over the festive season.
Currently, there are six hard working mbrs who are preparing
to deploy as part of TFA Roto 3 in the ASCC Cell and 29 dedicated and professional personnel who are soon deploying as
part of the TUAV Recovery Tp, FSCC Cell, NSE, NCE, OMLT
and Driver Positions. Gnr Landry completed an eventful tour in
Alert and was recently replaced by Gnr Mechakra. Their hard
work and dedication over the past months will surely result in a
successful and productive tour.
(right) The Canadian
and 4 AD flags in
Iqualuit during SOVOP 06.
(left) Nova Scotia International Air Show
trains future Gunner.
Kiddy Commando during NSIAS trains future soldiers.
Change of Command saw LCol Bouchard assume command from
LCol Clarke.
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The Field Artillery School
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Introduction
In retrospect, 2006 proved to be an extremely eventful and hectic
year, with the Field Artillery School, RCA (FAS) continuing to train Gunners for the realities of operations such as Afghanistan, guiding them
in the art of leadership and providing them with the technical expertise
to provide unfailing fire support to the Combined Arms Team. The Instructors-in-Gunnery (IGs), Assistant Instructors-in-Gunnery (AIGs),
staff, and students faced many new challenges as a result of Army
and Artillery Transformation. 2006 has seen the winds of change
significantly reshape and realign the organization of personnel and
equipment within the School into homogeneous task groupings associated with Fire Support and Fire Support Coordination. Additionally, as part of the FAS restructure, the Chief-Instructor in Gunnery
(CIG) Cell was created, focussed specifically towards supporting
current and future Artillery transformation initiatives. Comprised of
Major Renald Dufour, the CIG, Master Warrant Officer Kevin Smith
as the Master-Gunner (Mr Gnr), and the Ammo and Equipment section, the cell has been fully engaged with the development and implementation of Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) pertaining
to Gunline digitisation efforts, support to Trials and Evaluations such
as IFCSS and MSVS, support to courses through delivery of instruction and, most influential of all, assisting the Artillery leadership and
Land Staff with respect to current and future Artillery Transformation
initiatives. Despite being a small cell, the Ammo and Equipment section has been instrumental in the provision of Subject Matter Expert
(SME) technical advice to Artillery units currently deployed on operations, be it from within Canada or on TAV deployments. Most notably,
the FAS saw the departure of Lieutenant-Colonel Brian Douglas and
welcomed the new Commandant, Lieutenant-Colonel Brian McPherson, who quickly took up the reigns of both Commandant of the FAS
and Deputy Director of
Artillery, ensuring the
FAS focus remains
the provision of world
class individual training, with an eye toward the future of the
army and the artillery.
Each of the School’s
five batteries faced
unique
challenges
over the course of the
previous year.
Headquarters
(HQ) Battery
Headquarters (HQ)
Battery experienced
some
significant
changes as Major Renald Dufour and Master Warrant Officer
Kevin Smith left the
Canadian Gunner
Battery after only one year to assume their duties as CIG and Mr Gnr
of the FAS. The Battery was pleased to welcome Captain Shaun
O’Leary as the new Battery Commander (BC) with Master Warrant
Officer Mark Gallant as his Battery Sergeant Major (BSM). Realistic
training and rationalisation of courses was the focus of HQ Battery
this year. The majority of Standards Troop personnel were busy revamping courseware and training plans by removing obsolete lesson plans and the developing relevant and progressive training to
meet the needs of the field force in keeping with Army and Artillery
Transformation. Both the Information Technology & Support (IT&S)
Troop and Maintenance Standards Troop were intimately involved in
providing invaluable training to deploying Task Force personnel and
students at the FAS through both traditional instruction and simulation. Members of the Maintenance Standards Troop paved the road
ahead for the CF with the Nyala RG-31 Armoured Patrol Vehicle
(APV) and the vehicle’s Protector Remote Weapons System (RWS).
Instructors were involved in the acceptance and delivery of the vehicles and weapons into the Afghanistan theatre, as well as the development of maintenance training packages for these systems for the
Army. The IT&S Troop has become increasingly preoccupied with
the finalization of the Reality Enhancer Advanced Learning Indirect
Fire Trainer (Real IFT) project and the assumption of the lead in the
development and implementation of Improvised Explosive Device
(IED) training at the FAS, fully committed to the provision of training
relevant to the Contemporary Operating Environment (COE).
W Battery
W Battery’s business is training, which is always conducted at a
very high tempo. The battery supported various courses, from FAC
to FOO, and exercises, such as the FTX for the BC’s Fire Planning
course. However, it’s
not all work with no
play for the men and
women of W Battery.
In January, the Battery
deployed to Halifax for
the ceremonial salute,
commemorating the
grand opening of the
Navy Museum. Lieutenant Hiscock and
Master Bombardier
Legge organized The
Gunner’s
Ultimate
Challenge, a competition that was an adaptation of the TV show
the Ultimate Race.
Bombardier Holmes,
Gunner Gerrow and
Gunner
Keough
Capt Nick Williams (Crse Offr FAC Crse 0602) listens to a “Fighter to FAC” check-in-brief claimed first place in
the challenge that ran
during the air control phase of the course conducted in Fort Sill Oklahoma, Sep 2006.
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over the course of three days, with events ranging from canoeing, portaging, biking, golf and skeet shooting to navigation. The Surveillance
Target Acquisition (STA) Troop had a unique opportunity during the
summer in that some of the members of the troop travelled to Israel for
Skylark mini-UAV instructor training. Upon their return, these personnel instructed the Skylark Troop in Petawawa to assist Task Force 1-07
in their preparations for deployment to Afghanistan. Lieutenant James
spent the majority of his waking hours planning for the deployment
of a CTC delegation to the United Nations Command Honour Guard
in South Korea. He and Sergeant Squires led a group of soldiers
from the three combat arms schools to South Korea to represent our
country alongside UN Forces within the region. Finally, W Battery said
farewell to Major Sylvain Gagné and welcomed Major Robert Dunn
as the new BC. The BC, along with the BK, Captain Luigi Andreola,
the ever-vigilant BSM, Master Warrant Officer Don Robinson, and all
ranks of W Battery have been soldiering hard, ensuring the consistent
provision of first-rate support to Artillery training.
45 Depot (Fire Support) Battery
Part of FAS transformation involved some organizational restructuring that spawned the rebirth of 45 Depot Battery, aka “Fire Support”
Battery. The Battery was formed from the amalgamation of three distinct cells: the Air Space Coordination Centre (ASCC), the Fire Support
Coordination Centre (FSCC) that encompasses the Forward Air Controller (FAC) Cell, and the Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA)
Cell. Commanding the Battery is Major Paul Payne, with Master Warrant Officer Ron Benoit as his BSM. Despite this reorganization, it was
business as usual for the three cells of 45 Battery.
The ASCC Cell experienced another challenging and eventful year,
continuing to pursue joint, multi-national Tactical Data Link (TDL) initiatives, specifically the Air Defence Systems Integrator (ADSI), with a
view to achieving a nation-wide Common Operating Picture (COP).
The instructors of the FSCC Cell also had their hands full as they kept
pace with the demands of training Officers and Senior NCOs from
across the Royal Regiment. One initiative included the successful exportation of the air control phase of the FAC Course 0602 to Fort Sill,
Oklahoma in September 2006 to expand training opportunities for students. Along with support from Top Aces Consulting Services (TACS)
Alpha Jets, the students were exposed to and controlled USMC and
CAF F/A-18 Hornets, USAF B52s, B2 (Stealth Bombers), F-16 Vipers,
and AT-38s. Additionally, there was a considerable upsurge in STA activities, to include the provision of observer controllers to two MAPLE
GUARDIAN exercises, programming the Reserve Artillery Operations
Course, as well as the running of two serials of the STA Technician
course. Concurrently, the cell accepted new capabilities in the Skylark
and HALO systems, while piloting a Skylark Operator Course at CFB
Petawawa in September 2006, a course that focused primarily on preparing Mini-UAV Troop personnel for deployment with TF 1-07 into a
fluid and dynamic battlespace.
67 Depot Battery
2006 saw the re-creation of 67 Depot Battery, with its inherent
responsibilities including the delivery of outstanding Air Defence, Direct and Indirect Fire Support Training to The Royal Regiment and the
Canadian Forces. 67 Depot Battery welcomed its new BC, Major Paul
Ouellette, and the new BSM, Master Warrant Officer Tony Gilks.
Formed from elements of the former Gunnery Training Battery, 67
Depot Battery is founded upon and steeped in the traditions of The
Royal Regiment, and links us to our historic past in this time of Artillery Transformation. Having endured many title and role reclassifications throughout its history, 67 Depot Battery is represented in historical documentation dating back to the campaign in North Russia in
1918 – 1919. Having been rolled and re-rolled between Depot Battery Force Generation tasks, to Canadian Light Horse and Light Anti
Aircraft Battery tasks respectfully since its inception until Aug 1954, it
is fitting that the Battery responsible for excellence in Gunnery Training, in both Field and Air Defence Artillery, adopt the title of 67 Depot
Battery and carry its name proudly into the future.
Undaunted and uninterrupted through the FAS reorganization,
67 Depot Battery has continued to produce outstanding Gunners
for The Royal Regiment, and supported the Guns from Gagetown
to Afghanistan with pride and dedication. Supporting all things Artillery from future concept initiatives to equipment implementation
and M777 conversion training, 67 Depot Battery looks back at our
achievements with pride, and looks forward to our challenges with
optimistic enthusiasm. From DP1 NCM to Battery Commander level
training and all things in between, including IG assistance and technical support to the Army and the Regiments, 67 Depot Battery remains dedicated to serving The Royal Regiment into the future.
Maintenance Training Battery (Maint Trg Bty)
The past year has been very successful for Maint Trg Bty. Captain
Paul Cogswell Commanded the Battery as the Acting Chief Instructor (CI) until 1 August 2006. On 2 August, Captain Cogswell was
promoted to Major (WSE) and officially took command of the Battery.
The Command Team was completed with the arrival of Master Warrant Officer Richard Desjardins assuming the position of the Senior
Technical Instructor. Major Cogswell led a very diverse battery of
experienced instructors in various maintenance trades, fully embracing modern adult education principles that set the conditions for a
highly effective learning environment. His Battery provided the chain
of command with expert advice regarding the employability of newly
acquired equipment, and achieved impressive results despite shortages of people, time, and resources.
Maint Trg Bty trained 32 maintenance technicians this past year,
focusing on Low Level Air Defence Equipment, Artillery Meteorological
Systems and the Remote Weapons System currently employed on
the M113A3 TLAV. It also had to assume responsibility for a considerable number of un-forecasted training requirements for newly acquired
equipment. The Battery continued its support to the introduction of the
M777 155mm Howitzer, with Warrant Officer Shawn Saunders attending the Second Line Optics Maintenance Course (FCS) in St Louis,
Missouri and Sergeant Darin Bowen attending the same course in
Rock Island, Illinois. The acquisition of the RG-31 APV/RWS provided
Maint Trg Bty with the opportunity to showcase its capability and versatility to support the Army in the technical training associated with this
vital piece of Army equipment. The Battery was also instrumental in
providing technical instruction to the Task Force Afghanistan National
Support Element maintenance personnel in locations such as Afghanistan, Shilo, Petawawa and Gagetown. Maint Trg Bty is poised to assume responsibility for the provision of continuation technical training
for these systems today and into the future.
Conclusion
Overall, 2006 has been a very busy yet rewarding year for all
Canadian Gunners, and especially for those at the Field Artillery
School, RCA. This year, we saw the arrival and departure of many
colleagues, as well the initiation of significant internal transformation
to ensure our organization fully supported the training needs of all
Gunners and the demands of a complex operating environment.
The FAS conducted 49 courses over the course of this year, training
over 500 NCMs and Officers. With a rapidly increasing operational
tempo, 2007 promises to be just as exciting. The School also recognized the contribution of our families through a number of interactive
social events, to include Family Days and Bring Your Kids to Work
Day. The School will continue to train today, with an eye always to
the future in order to prepare soldiers and leaders for Canada’s Army
and The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery.
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The Royal Canadian Artillery
Band
the island of Djurgarden to Gamla Stan, finishing at the Royal
Palace. At the end of the parade, guest bands from India, Italy,
Norway, the Netherlands and Sweden massed to perform traditional Swedish music, in the inner court of the palace. The RCA
Band enjoyed marching through the streets, lined with tourists
and Swedes, and marching up the cobblestone to the Royal
Palace, to the strains of Voice of the Guns, Glorious Victory
and Barren Rocks.
The Royal Canadian Artillery Band, based in Edmonton, Alberta, toured Stockholm, Sweden this past fall for twelve-days.
Under the musical direction of Captain Brian Greenwood, the
band participated in the Swedish International Tattoo, as well
as performing a number of public concerts. This particular tour
marks the first time a Canadian military band has performed in
Sweden in recent memory.
In Canada today, there are six full time professional military
bands performing and promoting wind music at many venues.
Consisting of 35 professional musicians, these six military concert bands are evenly dispersed across the country: the Naden
Band of Maritime Forces Pacific in Victoria, British Columbia;
the Royal Canadian Artillery Band in Edmonton, Alberta; the Air
Command Band in Winnipeg, Manitoba; the Central Band in Ottawa, Ontario; the Royal 22nd Regiment Band in Quebec City;
and the Stadacona Band of Maritime Forces Atlantic in Halifax.
The two Tattoo performances were warmly received, with The
RCA Band performing and marching to Bolero, The Lord of the
Dance, and Barren Rocks with a western twist. The RCA Band is
no stranger to the Tattoo environment having recently performed
in a number of Tattoos, including the Wonju International Tattoo
in South Korea, the Tunes of Glory Tattoo of Western Canada,
the Lethbridge Tattoo, and the Alberta Tattoo. The band is accustomed to international travel and has visited such places as
South Korea, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Alaska, San Francisco,
Washington D.C., and all points throughout Canada.
The RCA Band’s tour of Sweden began in the beautiful city
of Stockholm. After a number of rehearsals to shake out the jet
lag at a nearby Swedish army base, The RCA Band performed
an afternoon concert at Kungstradgarden, considered to be
the summer living room of Stockholm. This royal garden, not
far from the Royal Palace, was established in the 1500s as a
pleasure garden for the court, which is now dotted with cafés
and open-air restaurants. The concert was well received by a
capacity audience, who were treated to a program including
Ceremonial Flourishes, March Militarie Française, euphonium
solo The Carnival of Venice, trombone solo The Shadow of
Your Smile, a duo performance of Paul McCartney’s Blackbird,
and two stage band numbers, Count Bubba and Mueva Los
Huesos, to showcase the group’s versatility.
The history of The RCA Band is quite complex. There were
a number of Royal Canadian Artillery Bands existing simultaneously from as early as 1879. Names and locations often
changed, and the present-day band traces its roots from several earlier bands.
The mission of The RCA Band is to provide a comprehensive
and professional musical service to the Canadian Forces and
the government of Canada in order to:
a. maintain, reinforce, and build on the traditions and heritage of the Canadian Forces;
b. strengthen morale and foster esprit de corps of Canadian
Forces personnel;
c. contribute to the Army’s strategy to connect with Canadians, and promote the Canadian Forces; and
d. represent Canada abroad.
Two days later, The RCA Band was privileged to perform in a
medieval cathedral at Strägnäs, a small town 100 kms outside
Stockholm. This spectacular church, built in the 13th century
and steeped in history, provided a beautifully haunting acoustic
for a program that featured such works as St. Florian’s Choral,
Ave Verum Corpus, oboe solo Autumn Soliloquy, On A Hymnsong of Phillip Bliss, Polka and Fugue by Weinberger, and Elsa’s Procession to The Cathedral, the latter two performed with
the church organist. The capacity crowd, filling the church to
standing room only, would not allow the band to depart without
at least one encore, though our local guide informed us they
would have stayed for at least four more numbers. The local
newspaper, the next day, gave The Royal Canadian Artillery
Band a glowing review.
The Royal Canadian Artillery Band achieves its mission by
performing military ceremonies and events, government functions, and public concerts and parades. From the symphonic
concert band, smaller groups, such as the stage band and
brass quintet are formed to meet the diverse needs of clients,
whether civilian or military. The RCA Band performed at 180
events this past year, including 72 parades, 79 other military
events, and 35 public concerts.
The RCA Band’s recent recording “The Voice of The Guns” is
available to the public free of charge by contacting us at Public Affairs (001)(780) 973-4011 extension 2920, or email [email protected] or visit our Web site at www.army.forces.
gc.ca_rca_band
Next, the band returned to Stockholm for rehearsals in the
world-famous Globe Arena, in preparation for the 20th Swedish Military Tattoo, September 2-3. The start of the tattoo was
marked by a street parade through downtown Stockholm, from
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1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment
& 84th Independent Field Battery
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
This year was a challenging and eventful year
for the Regiment. Our
recruiting efforts resulted
again in the attraction
of many promising new
members as well as
some old friends reuniting with us, the Regiment
has grown by over 20
soldiers and we are still
counting.
Our regular complement of exercises allowed
us to hone our skills in
gunnery and soldier skills
and provided us with the
occasion do what we love
best—put rounds down
range. These exercises
not only provided us with
learning experiences but
also served to improve
cohesion and boost morale. The Regiment sent
the Field Battery to Fort
Pickett, Virginia for the
Brigade exercise Southbound Trooper 06. We
had the opportunity this
year to deploy our guns
and troops using American CH-53D Sea Stallion
helicopters.
Canadian
CH-146 Griffon and American AH-64 Apache were
also used for troop transport and for our Forward
Observation Officers to
call in Fire Mission from in
the air. Another highlighted
of this year was ARCON
our yearly Summer Concentration Exercise held in Gagetown at
the end of August. This ARCON was unlike any other ARCON of
the past, but the changes were challenging to all those that took
part. Our troops were given a crash course introduction to some
of the new tactics and techniques employed by operational units
in Afghanistan. Breaking mind sets of old doctrine to adapt to the
new threats and adding conventional SOP’s is a large undertaking,
which cannot be taken lightly.
On operational deployment this year, Maj Gus
Garant, 51 Bty’s BC, had
the opportunity to be deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina where he served
as Task Force Security
Officer. Task Force 1-07
training began this year
with 19 of our soldiers
training to go to Afghanistan; Capt Duncan Neish,
Capt Chris D’Arcy, WO
Michael Dolan, WO Terry
Cole, Sgt Melinda Campbell, Sgt Kevin Topple,
MBdr Brad Colwell, MBdr
Scott Oliver, Bdr Matthew
Beaulieu, Bdr Tim Garrison, Bdr Curtis MacDonald, Bdr Adam Spencer,
Bdr Logan Doucet, Bdr
Michael Hobb, Bdr JeanMarc Thibodeau, Bdr
Robin Marlow, Bdr Adam
Sampson, Gnr Arthur Patterson, Gnr Jason Lusk.
These soldiers will be
employed in various positions. Being embedded
into regular force Artillery
Regiments, Defence &
Security Platoons, Training staff to train the Afghanistan National Army.
We wish them and all
soldiers from all trades
well and to come home
safely.
Another
significant
event was the Change of
Command and changes of
RSM. The change of command took place during a wet day on
ARCON, the Commanding Officer of 1st Fd Regt passed from
LCol Henley to LCol Nickerson. The hard working LCol Henley
has moved on to bigger things and is now the Deputy Commander of 36 CBG. CWO Peter Andrews has retired his position
as RSM to CWO Peter Dulong. He has just been appointed as
Bde RSM. Their shoes will be hard to fill, but our new CO and
RSM are up for the challenge.
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2nd Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Le Deuxième Régiment de campagne de l’Artillerie royale canadienne a célébré au cours de la dernière saison d’entraînement
deux évènements majeurs, soit le 150e anniversaire de la 7e batterie en octobre 2005 et celui du Deuxième Régiment de campagne en mai 2006. L’existence de la 7e batterie remonte à 1855
lorsque La Loi de la Milice a autorisé la formation de batteries d’artillerie. Une première batterie fut fondée à Montréal le
27 septembre 1855 sous l’appellation de Batterie d’artillerie de
campagne de la milice volontaire de Montréal. Elle devint la 3e
batterie en 1895 et changea d’appellation durant la Première
guerre mondiale pour devenir la 7e batterie de campagne. Cette
dernière assura la pérennité de l’Artillerie de Montréal, sans discontinuité, depuis 1855 à aujourd’hui.
les invités de marque, il y avait le lieutenant-général à la retraite,
l’honorable sénateur Roméo A. Dallaire, le colonel commandant
du Régiment royale de l’Artillerie canadienne, le major général
John Archibald MacInnis, le commandant du Secteur du Québec
de la Force terrestre, le brigadier général Christian Barabé, le
responsable de la Restructuration de la Réserve de la Force terrestre, le major général Edward Fitch et le président du conseil
national des honoraires, le colonel Bernard J. Finestone. La soirée a été grandement appréciée par les membres du Régiment
qui ont eu droit à un excellent repas dans un décor grandiose.
La lieutenant gouverneur a fait une allocution au cours de la
soirée et elle nous a rappelé le rôle très important joué par les
membres des Forces canadiennes au sein du Canada.
La 7e batterie a été la première unité d’artillerie de l’armée canadienne à Montréal. Le major A.G..L MacNaughton, futur chef
d’état-major de l’armée, la commanda durant la Première guerre
mondiale. Elle revint au Canada durant l’entre-deux-guerres
pour retourner sur les champs de bataille de l’Italie, de la Belgique et des Pays-Bas durant la Deuxième guerre mondiale.
La célébration s’est poursuivit le 2 octobre 2005 lors de la
cérémonie de passation de commandement du Deuxième Régiment de campagne. Le lieutenant-colonel Normand Bernier passa le commandement du Régiment au lieutenant-colonel Michel
Bourque lors d’une parade régimentaire tenue au Mont Royal.
Le Deuxième Régiment de campagne a célébré le 150e anniversaire du Régiment en effectuant une parade au Musée
militaire Stewart à l’Île St-Hélène le 26 mai 2006. Sous la présidence du commandant du Secteur Québec de la Force terrestre,
le brigadier général Christian Barabé, le Régiment a procédé au
dévoilement d’une exposition militaire au Musée Steward. Les
artefacts présentés lors de cette exposition ont par la suite été
remis au Régiment pour qu’ils soient exposés à l’intérieur du
Manège Côte-des-Neiges.
Le Deuxième Régiment de campagne a choisi de souligner
le 150e anniversaire de la 7e batterie par un Bal sous la présidence d’honneur de Son Excellence, l’honorable Lise Thibault,
le 1er octobre 2005 au Windsor Hotel. La Lieutenant gouverneur
y a été accueilli par un détachement de canon et par un groupe
de jeunes artilleurs en uniformes d’époque. Le clairon du commandant, personnifié par la cadette Laurie Toussaint du Corps
de cadet(te)s 2719, avait revêtu une tenue du 19e siècle. Parmi
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3rd Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
This year we celebrated our 213th
birthday and contrary to popular belief you can teach old gunners new
tricks. As Canadian doctrine evolves
to deal with the realities of the COE
(Contemporary Operating Environment), 3rd Field Regiment is evolving to train our soldiers, as Modern
Gunners.
in the city of Saint John deploying
our guns in a built up area and doing vital point security at the Barrack green Armoury.
The fall of 2006 saw the unit
conducting a much needed Drivers
Course. This became the main focus of the Mission Tasked Bty and
we expect to see 15 new drivers
graduate by the end of November.
All of the gunners are eager to get
back to the field with the guns in
the New Year with some very challenging exercises planned.
The challenging pace of operations felt by our brothers in the
regular force is not lost on 3rd Field
Regiment. At the writing of this article 46% of our effective strength
is either preparing for deployment
on JTF 1-07, or working full time at
the RCAS/LFAATC/Unit. The result
of this commitment does affect the
numbers we are able to generate for
training nights and weekend, but as
Canadian soldiers are famous for,
“we make it work!”
2006 Training
Our primary task this year was to
train and prepare as many soldiers
as possible for JTF 1-07 Afghanistan. As part of the workup training
the unit conducted a 81 mm mortar
conversion course at CFB Gagetown
which included gunners from 1 Field
Regiment. By June the unit training
was complete, the soldiers were DAGed “Green” and our gunners
headed off to CFB Petawawa to join D Bty and to CFB Gagetown
to join the CIMIC Det. In the fall of this year another 2 members
decided that they too wanted to serve on JTF 1-07 and they will
be working at ISAF HQ in Kabul and with the CIMIC Det.
In order to continue training our gunners not deploying on operations we conducted 3 live fire exercises during the training
year. Our training focused on COE with a view to preparing
the unit for operations on the Area Concentration in Aug 2006.
These exercises saw our gunners tasked with executing TCs
Fire Plans in direct support to a notional BG in the morning and
setting up roadblocks and raiding suspected insurgent weapons
caches at night.
AARCON 06 (Atlantic Area Reserve Concentration 2006) was
an interesting exercise. Our guns were firing live on the ranges
in CFB Gagetown, conducting bty level training and firepower
demonstrations for the Infantry battle groups. We also deployed
Change of Key Positions
It’s been two years since Maj
JC Besner took command of the
Mission Tasked Bty / 115 Bty
and on Sept 7, 2006 he handed
over command to Major Shawn
McPherson.
This is Major
McPherson’s 2nd tour as BC and
he was biting at the bit to get back
training with the soldiers after
spending the last year completing
PRes AOC.
We also had a change of BSMs.
WO KD McLean is going on JTF
1-07 with the CIMIC Det, and as a
result WO AL Storey took over as
BSM 89 Bty in Woodstock in Sept 2006.
2007 and Beyond
As we look forward to 2007 the pace of operations for the
Regiment shows no sign of letting up. This is demonstrated by
our tasking to provide an on call IRU platoon to support 4 AD
Regiment with its task of providing the Area IRU.
The new BC of the Mission Tasked Bty has an ambitious 2year plan for the gunline and the Ops, which will see the regiment ready to deploy to CMTC in the summer of 2008. The
officers and NCMs of the Regiment are very excited about the
news of the pending exercise and have pledged to work hard to
be ready.
Most of all we look forward to the safe return of all of our soldiers deploying in Feb 07 to Afghanistan as part of JTF 1-07.
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5th (British Columbia)
Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
5 BC Field Regiment has had a busy year with a full slate of
training as well as the support of TF Afghanistan with the deployment of 4 members to that operation.
The operational deployments that were undertaken this year
involved four members of the regiment. During this ROTO, the
regiment was saddened to learn that Bdr Myles Mansell was
killed by an IED on 21 April 2006. On repatriation and arrival in
Victoria, a military funeral was held and was attended by family
and friends and local and national dignitaries. The use of a gun
and carriage to move the coffin to the cathedral was very professionally done and the regiment expresses its thanks all who
assisted in the funeral procession and activities related to this,
both military and municipal and civilian. Special mention must
be made of the great brotherhood displayed in compassion and
support by 15 Fd Regt from Vancouver. Several monuments
were modified to include Bdr Mansell’s name and were unveiled
on Remembrance Day 2006.
Funeral procession for Bdr Mansell.
with WO Bedows as his BSM.
Sgt Stubbington also deployed on this ROTO as a detachment commander on the M777 and the regiment has been able
to take advantage of his expertise on his return on our fall practice camp in October. Bdr Stark and Shillington have also safely
returned and are currently attached posted during their period of
studies away from Victoria and sharing their expertise with other
RCA units.
5 Field this year is rebalancing its training cycle to ensure we
have a practice camp in the Fall and Spring period as well as
another just before the summer training cycle. This has been
well received and permits the new skills acquired during the
summer training to be exercised in the context of the regiments
firing. 5 Field and 15 Field in Vancouver continue to combine
our efforts in joint practice camps in Fort Lewis Washington
state, just south of Seattle. This location and Yakima, Washington further into the interior, are the two closest locations
where we can conduct live artillery fire as there are no impact
areas in British Columbia.
The Regiment had several changes of key positions with
RSM Kirk Lewis taking over in November 2005 from RSM
Mike Daily, who has since been promoted to Captain, and the
Commanding Officer changing from LCol Dave Ross to LCol
Craig Cotter in September 2006. Battery Commanders have
changed this year as well with Capt Brendon Leblanc taking
over as BC of 55 Bty and Capt Barry Plaxton as BC of 56 Bty
Within 39 CBG the priorities given to units is to provide soldiers to Op Rotations and to recruit. This year as seen even
more effort by the regiment in our recruiting drive. We were
fortunate to participate in the CFB Esquimalt lead Navy Days in
downtown Victoria. Several quick actions were conducted a day
over a two day period, firing blank rounds on each occasion to
the consternation of those living close by, but to the enthusiastic
response of the crowds who attended. Out thanks to the Base
Comd who accepted the risk and authorized our shoots. The
fact that the first round was fired by the Mayor of Victoria removed much of the wind from the sails of the bylaw enforcement
team who arrived after the first complaints were phoned in. The
Regiment’s Band is an integral part of the recruiting campaign
and performed at Navy Days as well as a steady appearance
schedule through out the island.
Roto 08-01 of TF Afghanistan will see an even larger participation by 5 Field Regt and as most units have seen over the past
few years, the number of soldiers in our ranks that have operational experience is growing. It’s a good time to be a gunner.
M777 firing in Afghanistan.
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7th Toronto Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2006 was the year of the mortar for 7 Toronto. LFRR directed that
we adopt a mortar capability and be able to fire a troop of four mortars
on Ex Vigilant Guardian 06 (VG 06), the Area Summer Concentration, in August at CFB Petawawa. We quickly began the conversion
courses in February and by May had completed three serials qualifying 36 pers. We received the initial batch of four mortars in March and
the sights in July! A big Thank You goes to 56 Fd who helped us out
immensely with the necessary kit until we received our own. We fired
the mortars for the first time on Ex Iron Talon II in ATC Meaford during
the 12-14 May weekend. A fourth course was run along with 56 Fd just
prior to Ex VG 06 where both Regiments combined to form an 8 tube
battery (42 Bty) with one of the troops manned by 7 Toronto. Mission
Accomplished! VG 06 was an intense exercise that saw the LFCA
gunners form three batteries to
support a Task Force each working out of Forward Operating Bases. 42 Battery saw lots of fire and
movement, both mounted and not
with the final day seeing the whole
sub unit airlifted out by helicopter.
Upon our return to the unit lines at
Moss Park Armoury we requested
and have received another four
mortars. Thus 7 Toronto currently
holds 4 x C3s and 8 x 81 mm mortars with unit strength currently at
145 effective and growing. Under
LFRR the intent is to have one Bty
of Guns, (9 Bty) and one Bty of
Mortars, (15 Bty).
His Honour James Barlteman, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario,
came by to visit and inspect the Guns. To close off a very successful year the Regt held it All-Ranks Christmas dinner on 9
December with the officers and Snr NCOs serving.
Key appointment changes this past year are Maj. Mike Gomes
replacing Maj. Steve Zurbrigg as BC 9, Maj. Zurbrigg replacing
Maj. Kerry St. George as 2iC, Maj St. George becoming BC 130
Bty (Admin and Support). Taking command of 15 Battery, our
Training and soon to be Mortar battery, is Maj. John Stewart who
returns from his time with CIMIC. Maj Stewart spent Roto 0 of
Op Athena as KMNB CIMIC Operations Officer and oversaw
13 CIMIC teams from 7 countries. CWO Pedro Rosa became
RSM on 25 September, taking
over from CWO Roger Noke who
is currently undergoing a CFR.
The Unit also welcomed back WO
Mardie Reyes who served as CQ
for ASIC at KAF and was promoted to Warrant Officer on tour. WO
Reyes is currently BSM of 9 Bty. 7
Toronto has sent four soldiers on
TF 3-06. Sgt Neri is working as
2iC of the TFLAO section of the
theatre support element in Camp
Mirage, MCpl Gururawji is serving
as a clerk with ASIC at KAF, MBdr
Musgrave is the 2iC of the BQMS,
E Bty and MBdr Tiernay is a detachment commander within the
TUAV troop. At least three more
are getting ready to deploy with TF
1-07.
Recruiting and retention have
also been priorities for the unit
as our mandate from the 32 Bde
The CO fires his first mortar round on IRON TALON 2.
The Unit was saddened to learn
Comd is to grow to 200 effective.
that one of our most distinguished members, Capt Kevin LightWe have been given priority by the Bde Recruiting staff with a goal of
foot, BK 9, had passed away as a result of a heart attack on
52 new recruits by the end of this fiscal year. We have received 31 new
8 March. Capt Lightfoot started with the Unit as a gunner in
files and sworn in 25 new gunners. Our website, www.7TorontoRCA,
1974 and rose through the ranks to eventually hold the position
has been revamped and we are actively giving information sessions to
of RSM, Adjutant and finally BK 9. Capt Lightfoot was buried
the local cadet units. Bringing along a mortar doesn’t hurt.
with military honors and the immense turnout for his funeral was
a testament to his importance to so many people in the Gunner
The unit sent Sgt James Kupresak and Gnr Andrew Cugliari on a
community and beyond. Kevin’s name in memory was added to
small unit exchange this past summer with the 100th (Yeomanry) Regt
the Toronto Artillery Foundation plaque in the Officers’ Mess.
RA (V) in England. They took part in Bty, Regt and Div Arty firing at
Salisbury Plain from 12 June to 9 July. There was also time for “culSpecial mention this year goes to Capt. Paul Szabunio who
tural” visits to the local pubs.
received the 32 Brigade Soldier of the Year (Officer) award for
his outstanding work for the Regt and CF, WO Chuck Brady who
The Fall saw the unit switch focus to ELOC training for the month of
received the Ex VG 06 Bde Comd’s Commendation for his outSept and October. Afterwards, and following the lessons of Afghanistanding work preparing for and during VG 06 and Sgt. Richard
stan, we adopted the D Bty TTPs and conducted a live fire Gun and
Lorimer who received the Brigade Commander’s Commendation
Mortar ex on 27-29 October. This was the first time we deployed and
for his outstanding actions during a vehicle rollover. UBIQUE!
fired both weapon systems with more similar and increasingly complex
training to come. November saw the unit fire the usual Remembrance
Day Salute at Queen’s Park. The ceremony was more poignant this
year with a much larger crown in attendance. Of special note is that
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38th CBG Artillery Tactical Group
• 10th Field Artillery Regiment
• 26th Field Artillery Regiment
• 116th Independent Field Battery
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2006 marked the first full year of existence for the 38th Canadian Brigade Group (CBG) Artillery Tactical Group – and it was
a successful year.
three regular force WOs – Pete Carmichael, Shawn Fletcher,
and Rob Tholberg, received the Brigade Commander’s Commendation for their contributions.
The Group (ATG) is a means of combining the efforts of the three
artillery units of 38 CBG, namely 10 Field Regiment RCA (18 Battery, Regina, 64 Battery, Yorkton), 26 Field Regiment RCA (13 Battery, Portage, 71 Battery and HQ & Svcs Battery, Brandon), and
116 Independent Field Battery, Kenora. The three units retain their
entire identities, honouraries, unit funds, unit traditions, and so forth.
The three share the same Commanding Officer and RSM – in 2006
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Poirier and Chief Warrant Officer Geoff
Popovits. The unified command allows for the most efficient distribution of leadership, for the units have varying strengths in terms of
officers, senior NCOs and warrant officers, and soldiers. The overarching principle of running the ATG was to centralize training and
operations and decentralize administration to the maximum extent
possible. Unit identities remain unchanged, as does the footprint
of five batteries in five communities. In future, separation into completely independent units is a possibility..
The first ATG weekend of the year saw winter warfare training conducted in Kenora in January, with the weather appropriately cold. In
March, Exercise STRONG GUNNER II was held in Shilo, a batterylevel live fire exercise. The existence of the ATG allowed for a full
battery to be fielded, with main and alternate CPs, two FOO parties,
a robust echelon including kitchen, MRT and UMS. The aim of the
exercise was basic gunnery skills, and this was achieved. Our DP1
course graduated 12 students on this exercise. During April, May and
June we ran – for 38 CBG – a PLQ Module 6 course. 18 students
graduated, 15 of them our own people. The spate of promotions that
followed almost doubled the junior leadership of the ATG, and this
paid off in spades in later training. In September, the ATG met to
conduct the bulk of its ELOC training, as usual in Shilo. The next ATG
exercise was PROWLING GUNNER I, in October. The weather was
ideal, crystal clear Shilo autumn. The aim of the exercise was to practice some aspects of operations in a contemporary operating environment, so detachments were beefed up to M777-size and considerable effort was expended in running the gun position as a tactical
entity, practicing command and control and local defence as well as
gunnery skills. Lastly, the ATG got together in Kenora in December
for Exercise MERRY BARBARA, which included pistol shooting, an
inter-unit sports competition, discussion on operations in Afghanistan
facilitated by our veterans, the men’s Christmas dinner, public recognition of achievements personal and professional by members of
the ATG, and finally a change of command ceremony which saw the
RSM’s appointment transferred from CWO Geoff Popovits to MWO
Mike McRae, and
command
passed
from Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Poirier
to Lieutenant-Colonel
Ross Thompson. A
busy year.
The strength of the ATG at formation in May, 2005, was approximately 150. As 2006 ends, it is approaching 200. Leader
strength has risen, and the depth of training has improved.
The ATG conducts training strictly on weekends. Weekends
are in turn divided into local headquarters weekends (which may
see both batteries in either of the two regiments combine) and
ATG weekends, which have a specific purpose. Within that general pattern, specific groups may centralize, for example FOO
parties, to jointly
train during one of
the local headquarters weekends. In
addition, individual
training is centralized
– the ATG conducted
a DP1 and a PLQ
Module 6 course
during the year – but
some of the classes
may be decentralized, as was done
with the DP1 course.
The day to day conduct of training and
administration lies
with the regular force
cadre. It has done so
well in making the
ATG a success, that A combined 26 Fd Regt and 116 Indep Fd Bty fires the Manitoba Remembrance Day
on 17 December the salute at the Legislature, Winnipeg
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Seven of our soldiers deployed on operations during 2006,
all with Task Force
Afghanistan, February-August
2006.
From 10 Field Regiment, Bdrs Betz and
Braaten served with
A Battery, Bdr Betz,
a machinist in civilian
life, becoming a oneman
maintenance
detachment on the
picus to CWO (soon to be captain) Geoff Popovits.
The 58th Annual Military Ball, on 4 November, was as
always a terrific event, with strong participation from
across 38 CBG as well as the US air force and Army
National Guard. Unit strength is growing strongly, including a total of 7 young officers in varying stages of
their training.
Three 26 Field soldiers were awarded the CDS’
Commendation in 2006, for rescue and medical stabilization actions taken in response to the roll-over
over an MLVW in 2005. Receiving the award were
MCpl Guy, Cpl Graubauskas, and Pte. Seguin, all
members of HQ and Services Battery. Sgt Kathy
Caines received the Brigade Commander’s Commendation, upon departure from the Regiment, for
years of dedicated service.
116 Independent Field Battery had a successful
year, continuing its path of being unique in the RCA in
Pte Seguin of 26 Fd Regt, HQ and Services Battery, conducts first aid on a terms of how far soldiers travel to serve. Unit members
simulated causality during Exercise Strong Gunner II, March 2006. Exercis- not only come from Kenora, but from Winnipeg, Thuning our full Unit Medical Section is one of many events worked into the field der Bay (500 km!), Dryden, Red Lake, Fort Frances,
exercises to provide training for all trades.
and Rainy River. The furthest-out members, on livefly, scrounging from the Afghans and machining parts on the road. fire weekends, leave Shilo at 1200 on Sunday and do not get home
From 26 Field Regiment, MBdr Terleski and Bdrs Deroo and Mo- until early Monday morning. That is dedication. BSM Mike McRae,
ran all served with A Battery. From 116 Indep Field Battery, Bdr Hill on appointment as RSM, handed over to WO Shawn Fletcher. The
served as the COS’ driver in the National Command Element. Also battery has two new young officers, and a solid cadre of senior and
Sgt Dickson, 1 RCHA, was posted in to the Ops Sgt job in 10 Field junior NCOs. Former commanding officer and honourary LCol CeRegiment, Regina, following his tour as BC’s Tech, A Battery. All sev- cil Poirier passed away in January. His funeral was well supported
en returned safely to family and friends, and all were showered with by the Battery.
parcels and remembrance of home by the parent units during their
Two members of 116 Battery also received the CDS’ commendeployments. Our focus during the last half of 2006 was on preparing
dation – Bdr DL Leblanc and Bdr Hill, for their actions in rescuing
over 30 volunteers for Task Force 1-08.
a civilian who had fallen through the ice near Kenora.
10 Field Regiment remained stable during the year in terms of
2006 may be seen in future as a watershed year for the Army Repersonnel. Sadly September saw the passing of a former commanding officer (53 Field Regiment, now 64 Field Battery) and serve, for we are to all intents and purposes mobilized. Six of our
reserve
soldiers
honourary colonel,
served in extended
Colonel
George
combat, a first for
Hegan. There was
50 years. Training
strong regimental
– never treated in
presence – formal
a cavalier fashion
and informal – at his
before – has taken
funeral in Melville.
on even more imThe social highlight
portance, reflected
of the year, the St.
in the attitude of
Barbara’s Day dinall ranks to doing
ner, was held at the
the right job, right.
Delta Regina on
We are striving to
2 December, saw
ensure that in the
record-breaking atlimited time availtendance, and was
able for reserve
enjoyed by all who
training, we get the
attended. The dinbasics right, includner was also the
ing physical fitness.
introduction to the
The new operating
Regiment of our
environment has
new
Honourary
LCol, Phil DeVos, A gun detachment from 13 Battery, Portage prepares to fire during Exercise Strong Gun- also reinforced the
ner 2, March 2006.
requirement to get,
from Yorkton.
keep, and look after our people. We will succeed in our duty if we
26 Field Regiment saw passage of command of 71 Battery, maintain a strong core capability at home, while sending trained and
Brandon, from Major Ross Thompson to Capt Reg Coppicus, and motivated soldiers to war and then ensuring they are well cared for
command of Headquarters and Service Battery from Capt Cop- on their return home. Good shooting to all.
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11th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
During the 2005-2006 training year, the 11th Field Regiment
experienced one of its busiest and most challenging years in
recent history. While maintaining the training tempo from previous years, the Unit faced a significant increase in operationally
deployed personnel. In total 12 soldiers deployed on Op Athena
in Afghanistan and one to Op Bronze in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Approximately 10% of the Regiment is deployed on
overseas operations - the highest percentage of all 31 Brigade
units. For the first time since Korea, the Regiment has members
engage in combat operations. The high percentage of Senior
Leaders deployed overseas initially caused a vacuum in the
Regiment but in highest traditions of all Gunners, when handed
a lemon you make lemonade. Junior Leaders have stepped-up
and seized the opportunities to perform and gain experience. As
a result, the Regiment’s future is very promising.
while managing to maintain essential gunnery skills. Our skill
set, as a Regiment, was put to the test during Ex Vigilant Guardian 06 (Ex VG), where the Unit formed a composite 8-gun battery
with the newest “Gun” unit in the Royal Regiment of Canadian
Artillery, 42 Field Regiment. Ex VG gave both units the opportunity to share new ideas on how to approach gunline operations
in the FSO context. The Regiment deployed 84 members and
uniquely fired from a FOB established at Landry Crossing for 7
days. The tactics and lessons learned at Ex VG have definitely
influenced the training atmosphere for the year head.
The Regiment created a little history on Ex Maple Gale 24-26
November 2006 at LFCA TC Meaford. For the first time in the
Regiment’s history while combined with 56 Field Regiment, a
composite gunline of both mortars and guns were controlled and
fired simultaneous from a single CP. No easy feat for a Reserve
Unit. Lots learned, new SOPs created and a solid foundation
was laid for the future. Bravo Zulu to the CP crew and WO
Clarke specifically.
The Regiment has steadily and significantly changed the way
it trains over the past year. The never ending administrative
nausea, vehicle and kit shortages aside, the Unit continues its
steady march away from conventional artillery tactics, to that of
full spectrum operations (FSO) as driven by the present overseas realities; operating out of a forward operating base (FOB)
and firing in 2, 3 or 4 gun, troops. The Regiment deployed on a
total of 8 field exercises to practice a variety of soldier and gunnery skills. Amongst some of the new training, the Field Battery
focused on tactical convoy movement, reaction to IED strikes
and enhanced security recce deployments. Most members are
surprised at the level of detailed and deliberate preparation that
now needs to occur in order to do something as simple as moving in a convoy over a short distance.
As the Regiment prepares for Christmas Dinner, those
members currently deployed overseas are never far from our
thoughts. Congratulations to those recently promoted including: MBdrs McBurnie and Kenny; Sgts Sarnelli, Kremer and
Ramsey; 2Lts Rudder and On. Farewell to MBdr Bennett who
is retiring after 11 plus years of loyal and dedicated service to
the Regiment. Welcome back to Sgt Irvine who recently retired
from the Regular Force and transferred to the Regiment as a
Cl”A” member.
Major Exercises Conducted:
Overall, the Regiment has adjusted to the new procedures,
1. Ex Basic Skills (late Sept)
2. Ex Autumn Gunner (14-16 Oct 05)
3. Ex Protective Thunder (25-27 Nov 05)
4. Ex Clean Sweep (10 Dec 05)
5. Ex Polar Gunner (24-26 Feb 06)
6. Ex Cooperative Gunner (24-26 Mar 06)
7. Ex Maple Storm (12-14 May 06)
8. Ex Vigilant Guardian (19-26 Aug 06)
Soldiers on Operations:
Currently have deployed to Op Athena/
TFA 03-06:
Maj Pickering • Capt Haney • Capt Insley
• Capt Vamos • Capt Jones • Sgt Prentice •
MBdr Kenny • MBdr Bingham • Bdr Homer •
Bdr Farrow • Bdr Bayne • Bdr Bailey
Currently Deployed on Op Bronze:
Maj Schotsch
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15th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2006 was a very exciting and demanding year for 5th Field
Regt. The Regiment continued with the aggressive training pace
set in the previous fall.
The Regiment started off the new year with EX LITTLE WAR.
This was an infantry skills exercise that allowed the Junior Officers and NCO’s to practice leading section attacks and patrols
and gave the soldiers experience in fire discipline.
February saw the focus of the Regiment return to artillery with
exercise EX DRY TIMBER a dry gun ex, with an emphasis placed
on both gun line skills and all technical aspects of gunnery.
In March members of 15th Fd Regt, along with 5 Fd Regt, had the
enjoyable task of Enemy Force for EX COUGAR SALVO providing
valuable training for the rest of 39 CBG and brutally slaughtering a
logistics convoy (figuratively speaking of course). Following Cougar
Salvo, 15th Fd Regt again partnered with 5 Fd Regt and redeployed to Yakima Firing Center in Washington State for Ex Caustic
Shock, one of three yearly Live Fire Artillery exercises.
May saw the return of 15th and 5th Fd Regts to the United
States, this time to Ft Lewis, Washington. After a quick artillery
shoot, the focus turned to MOUT in Lascitown village where
members of the Regiments where featured in the “Army Guardian”, the paper of Ft Lewis.
As usual, the Regiment fired the Canada Day salute from Vancouver’s Stanley Park with a spectacular view of Coal Harbour
and downtown. This year, the Band entertained large crowds of
tourists and locals in the park ahead of the shoot.
After the summer courses and training break, the Regiment
hosted the Task Force Lower Mainland ELOC training weekend
in September, as well as conducted a 2-gun salute for the Police
Memorial Day at Stanley Park. In October, 15th and 5th Fd Regt
deployed again to Ft Lewis Washington for a live fire shoot.
On Remembrance Day, the salute was fired next to the landmark Canada Place convention centre and cruise ship terminal
overlooking the inner harbour.
The fall training saw participation in the brigade-wide Warrior
training as well as the conduct of the ATCIS course.
The Band of the 15th Fd Regt had a banner year with members traveling to Hong Kong for Chinese New year, The Alberta
Tattoo in July, The Netherlands in September as well as playing
numerous local concerts and events.
MBdr Kurtagich and Bdr Spruston returned from deployment
on Op Archer (TF 1-06), Maj Wickens was appointed BC 31 Bty
and Maj Purcell BC HQ & Svc Bty.
Remembrance Day.
Police Officer Memorial.
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30th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
This last year has been a busy and rewarding year for the
‘Bytown Gunners’. Between the regular Wednesday night
training, the field exercises, the weekend courses and the operational tasks, it has been a hectic time for the gunners of
30th Fd Regt RCA.
one team to participate in the Brigade military skills competition. By all accounts, it was a wet and challenging ordeal,
but one that the soldiers were happy to have participated in.
Shortly after, the unit deployed on an live artillery Ex. The
highlight of the Ex was the GPO’s and Number One’s open
action engagements. Sgt Butts proved to be the best shot
and received applause for his direct hit on a vehicle positioned on the top of ‘Old Baldy’.
The focus of training in January 2006 was refresher training
on winter survival skills. This culminated in a field exercise
at the end of the month in CFB Petawawa. Soldiers honed
their skills at building expedient shelters and gained confidence with an LOSV orientation. Snow defences were also
constructed and subsequently tested with live small arms fire
(C7, C9, C6). The combination of frozen logs, packed snow,
ice and gravel proved surprisingly effective. Although not
originally on the exercise instruction, a turn in the weather on
Sunday allowed for the practice of self-recovery and winching
skills involving unit members and Range Control.
Continuing our strong heritage in marksmanship heritage,
the regiment sent a four member rifle team to compete at the
26th NATO Reserve Forces Shooting Competition in Scotland
in May 06. Showing an outstanding effort, the team placed a
respectable 5th overall amongst 34 police and military teams
from around the world. In September, rifle team defended their
Ontario Service Competition Team Title for the 6th straight year.
Team coach and mentor, MWO Atkins has again demonstrated
his top-notch abilities, both as a marksman and a mentor.
February saw a return to the basics of gunnery. Training nights
once again focused on reviewing the technical drills required for
deployment and indirect firing, both on the Gunline and in the
Recce, Command Post, and Forward Observation parties. The
brigade exercise in March brought all these elements together
in a live fire exercise in a current tactical environment. This was
an excellent opportunity for the detachment commanders, some
of whom had recently from operations overseas, to train their
young and relatively inexperienced detachments during a live
FTX. Soldiers had an opportunity to fire, for the first time, the
artillery’s new Multi-Option Fuses for Artillery (MOFA). There
were some valuable lessons learned by the leaders at all levels.
The unit will now be incorporating aspects of full spectrum operations into its normal training routine
The last year has been a seen even more members of the
unit deployed overseas, primarily in support of Canada’s contribution in Afghanistan. Captains Boyechko and Kelly along with
MBdr’s McKay, Lopez and Skinner returned from Afghanistan
in February of 2006. Currently, Bdr Dunville, Bdr Erling, MBdr
Sharp and Bdr Garbuio are in theatre and due back in February
07. Sgt Lopez and WO Meinert are conducting work up training in preparation to deploy. MBdr Makthepharak and MBdr
Godatalla have recently returned from Afghanistan. As many
in the Gunner community will know, the unit had a scare this
summer with the injury of MBdr Makthepharak in Afghanistan.
Fortunately, due to the excellent work of the Canadian Forces
medical teams, both in theatre and in Canada, ‘Mak’ returned
to us in one piece and is well on his way to recovery.
The training year cumulated in the Ex Vigilant Guardian held
in Petawawa 19-27 Aug 2006. For the newly minted Gunners,
Vigilant Guardian was the first real opportunity to practice the
skill that they had learned over the summer, and was also a
chance for the older members to apply the advanced skills they
had learned on course and practice their gunnery skills. A six
gun composite battery was created with augmentation from
49th Field Regiment. The focus of the exercise was on asymmetric threats, which added a unique challenge to the way in
which the artillery had operated in the past.
In addition to military activities, the unit continues to remain
active in the community. Proving their fitness, the ‘Bytown Boys’
won first place again in the Relay For Life Marathon. This year,
the team raised over $3000 for Cancer research, thanks primarily to the 30th Field charity golf tournament organized by the 2ic
of the Regiment, Maj Shane Vahey.
Sadly, this year also saw the passing of George Blackburn,
CM, MC. Capt Blackburn had served as a FOO for the 2nd
Battery during World War Two, and had written the well known
trilogy documenting his experiences. While the Regt was on
exercise during the funeral, members of the regiment and
regimental family were present to pay our respects.
The summer also presented the opportunity for some members of the OP party to train in Fort Drum with the National
Guard. According to Capt Kelly, it was a great opportunity to
fire 155mm rounds and RAP rounds, as well as a chance to
get in some good shopping in at the PX.
All in all, the past year has been a challenging and rewarding year for the members of the 30th Field Regiment. As we
continue this years training, we are looking forward to the challenges ahead.
When the regiment stood up after the summer break, training went into full swing. In September, the regiment supplied
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49th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The 49 th (Sault Ste. Marie) Field Regiment, RCA experienced another successful training year under the command
of LCol EJG Groulx. This year, the 49th was instrumental in
training gunners in Ontario. There were 36 staff and instructors from the 49th involved in area run courses and taskings
this summer.
Several awards were given out to members of the unit this
year. The Senior NCO Award (WO II Dave James Memorial
Trophy) was awarded to Sgt CA Ross, while the Gunner of
the Year (WO RA Haggerty Trophy) was awarded to Bdr S.
Rollie. Sgt K. O’Neil was awarded his CD, while Maj LS
Masters received his second clasp of his CD
Several key positions exchanged hands. In September,
Maj RM Magnan passed on command of 30 Battery to Maj
BA Golder. Command of 148 Battery also changed hands
in September when Capt RJ Lambert took command from
Capt LNA Stocker. At the Soldiers’ Christmas Dinner in
December, MWO SM Flint became the new RSM replacing
CWO GG King.
The 49th (Sault Ste. Marie) Field Regiment is extremely
active in artillery as well as other training. Ex KEEN ADVENTURE is the Regiment’s annual Adventure Training exercise, which was featured in the September 2005 issue of
the Quadrant.
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56th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The 56th Field Regiment
has had a busy year including
a change of Commanding Officer with the new Commanding Officer Lieutenant-Colonel
Peter Brown succeeding Lieutenant-Colonel Lyle Herod in
July, who was posted to 41
CBG in Calgary, AB. CWO
Jeff Gowanlock remains the
Regimental Sgt-Maj.
during Exercise Maple Gale
we took it to the next level with
56 Field combining with 11th
Field Regiment to produce a
composite 105/81mm battery.
Also during Ex Maple Gale,
a CH-147 Griffon allowed
detachment commanders to
confirm drills needed to move
the 81mm mortar with ammunition and crew.
The year 2006 held speFrom January to July the
cial significance to 56 Field
Regiment completed four
Regiment. It was celebrated
demanding live fire exercises
as the unit’s 60th Anniversaas well as several Area and
ry and recognized over 200
Brigade level exercises, all
years of military history in
confirming the convertion
to the 81mm mortar. Dur- L to R. LCol Lyle Herod the outgoing CO, Col Chris Judd the 31 CBG Brantford and Brant County.
ing the summer of 2006 the Commander, and LCol Peter Brown the incoming CO, sign the change of Gunners past and present
joined with the community
Regiment was involved in the Command documents.
myriad of area courses culminating in Exercise VIGILANT GUARD- and took part in many celebratory events throughout the year. An
IAN, where the Regiment fielded a combined 81 mm mortar battery ambitious campaign was set out to increase awareness of the Regiwith the 7th (Toronto) Field Artillery Regiment. Major Sean Carragher ment in the community. School visits and displays, an armoury open
led the combined battery to success fielding eight mortars.
house, linkages with city and county events were planned culminating
with a gala concert at the Sanderson Centre in Brantford on SaturTask Force Afghanistan 3-06 has been large in the minds of 56th day, September 23. The Regiment exercised Freedom of the City
Field Regiment soldiers as it has been the home to two 56 Field of Brantford on Sunday and leading up to the weekend of the Gala
Regt Gunners, Bdr Adam Brown and Bdr Christopher Tietz. Both are weekend events two outdoor concerts entertained the public in Paris
serving with E Bty, 2RCHA. The two Bombardiers enjoy a constant and Brantford. Enjoying the concert were many Brantford residents
stream of letters, email messages, and packages sent by families including the CO, LCol Brown, Honourary LCol Donald Wilkin, MP for
and friends. 56 Field Gunners can take pride in the contributions of Brant, Lloyd St. Amand, and MPP for Brant, Mr. Dave Levac.
Bdr Brown and Tietz. The call for members of the Regiment continues with three other members of the Regiment training to deploy with
Gunners of the Niagara Peninsula’s 10th Battery lead the way on
Task Force 1-07. WO John McDonald, MBdr Chris Jax and MBdr Remembrance Day in St. Catharines participating with an estimated
David Vreugdenhil all training as part of D Bty, 2 RCHA for their next 1,600 citizens at the Cenotaph. 54 Battery provided a dignified and
deployment. The thoughts of all ranks, 56 Field Regiment and their unmistakable presence in Brantford with many members of all ranks
families are with these Gunners daily and we pray for a safe for a attending the Civic Remembrance Day Ceremonies at the Cenotaph
safe return from Afghanistan.
across the street from the Brantford Armoury. 69 Battery personnel
supported Remembrance Ceremonies in Port Rowan, Waterford,
From May to September, Bdr Dave Francis was a part of the Army Teeterville, Selkirk, Port Dover, Delhi and Simcoe. On October 29,
Gun Race Team. Bdr Francis was easily recognizable with his gun a marching contingent of the Regiment participated in the well atRace Team uniform of black T-shirt and ball cap. The two teams of tended Six Nations Remembrance Ceremonies in Ohsweken.
twenty-one Gunners and divided into “black” and “red” teams used
the L5 pack howitzer to dazzle crowds with their daring and audaAll in all it has been a very busy and active year, culminating in a
cious feats of strength and quickness. Appearing in venues from Al- 105mm live fire exercise in December with both battery fire missions
berta to Nova Scotia during the summer, the Army Gun Race team and a number one’s open action, which saw MBdr Mike Kuz winning
met thousands of Canadians and tourists from across the world.
the CO’s pennant and receiving bragging rights for the next year.
The final activity of the year was the Soldier’s Christmas Dinner, held
The 56th Field Regiment like all artillery units in Ontario contributed to in St. Catharines this year, and very much enjoyed by all. The unit
the success of Exercise Co-operative Gunner in March of 2006. Ex Co- looks forward to an even more rewarding year in 2007 as we train
operative Gunner brought all Ontario artillery units together to provide a on the road to Exercise VALIANT GUARDIAN 2007 at the Canadian
means to deploy and exercise a regimental size unit. In the Fall, 56 Field Manoeuvre Training Centre in Wainwright.
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18th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Introduction:
18th Air Defence has a proud tradition that dates almost 100
years. We are truly, proud of our past and excited about the
future. This regiment both past and present stands proud of
its accomplishments knowing it’s members have served well.
2006 brought about the closing of one chapter in our history and
opened a new one that will lead us into the years to come.
From Vancouver Island to the shores of Newfoundland Lethbridge Alberta is known for the strength of it’s wind gusts. Moreover, perhaps that is fitting as we consider 2006 since the winds
of change were definitely blowing at 18 AD. Change being the
optimum word and the order of the day.
Operations and Training
2006 was a very full and productive year for 18 Air Defense
Regiment as in previous years we were involved in demonstrations, courses, parades, visits, and Tactical training exercises. All
these activities occurred while the challenge of moving from an Air
Defense Regiment to a Field Artillery Battery were taking place.
This change while not yet complete is well underway with
members of the Regiment eagerly accepting the challenge. The
challenge, in this case, required each member to learn new skills
and obtaining an appreciation for what indirect fire weapons
bring to the table.
That appreciation for the Guns began in April where, under
the leadership of 20th Bty, a DP 1 course was conducted and
culminating in a live fire exercise in May at CFB Wainwright. As
if that was not enough activity, the Regiment also ran a BMQ
course during the summer.
In an effort to ensure that the Regiment has the necessary skills
to function in the ever-changing combat situation, an opportunity
was provided for members of 18 AD to work with the Lethbridge
Regional Police. This afforded the soldiers of the Regiment to
not only gain experience and knowledge that could be put to use
both in DOMOPS as well as on international tasks.
18 AD Soldiers serve in Afghanistan:
During the months of October and November of 2006, 18 AD
welcomed back five members of our Regiment that had been
deployed to Afghanistan. Capt. Dawson, WO Gies, MBbrs Lybbert and Panchuk and Bdr Potts served with professionalism
dedication and are to be commended for their efforts under very
difficult circumstances.
Conclusion:
Over the past 100 years this Regiment has distinguished itself
both at home and abroad. Members of the 18th AD Regt, have
never seen an obstacle, they couldn’t over come and never a
challenge they couldn’t turn into an opportunity. It is with this
attitude that we will approach the coming year. 2007 will undoubtedly have its own share of obstacles and challenges as we
complete the transition to an Independent Field Battery.
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L’Artilleur Canadien
RHQ RCA - QGR ARC
In the Army, nothing is as constant as change. And RHQ
has had its fair share of personal changes in 2006. Capt Scott
Lloyd and CWO Geoff Popovits remained on staff as Regt Adjt
and Asst Adjt RCA respectively. Maj Marc George retired after many years of loyal service to RHQ and was succeeded
as Regt Maj by Maj Gerry Lessard. Maj George didn’t go far,
and in fact didn’t even leave the building, as he took over as
the Director of the RCA Museum. Also retiring was Sgt Dave
Strickland and Bdr Brian Scott from the Kitshop. Sgt Strickland
didn’t go far either, as he just moved down the street to 26 Fd
Regt. MBdr Scott King received his remuster and was posted
to Kingston. And finally, Cpl Crystal Yaroslawsky replaced OS
Candace Mundy as the RHQ clerk. The remainder of the RHQ
team for 2006 were Bdr Cam Bell and Bdr Glen Parsons from
the RCA Workshop, with Bdr Randy Blowes, Bdr Dwayne Butler (both coming over from 1 RCHA), and Bdr George Zinck in
the RCA Kitshop.
Dans les Forces armées, rien n’est aussi constant que le
changement, et le Poste de commandement régimentaire (PCR)
a connu plus que sa part de rotation du personnel en 2006. Le
Capt Scott Lloyd et l’Adjuc Geoff Popovits y demeurent aux
postes respectifs de capitaine-adjudant régimentaire et de capitaine-adjudant adjoint de l’ARC. Le Maj Marc George a pris sa
retraite après de nombreuses années de loyaux services au
PCR et a été remplacé au poste de major régimentaire par
le Maj Gerry Lessard. Le Maj George n’est toutefois pas allé
bien loin : il travaille toujours dans le même bâtiment, comme
directeur du Musée de l’ARC. Le Sgt Dave Strickland et le Bdr
Brian Scott, de la boutique, ont également pris leur retraite. Le
Sgt Strickland n’est pas parti bien loin lui non plus puisqu’il est
toujours sur la même rue, au 26 RAC. Le bombardier-chef Scott
King a obtenu son changement de spécialité et a été affecté à
Kingston. Enfin, le Cpl Crystal Yaroslawsky a remplacé le Mat 3
Candace Mundy au poste de commis du PCR. Le reste du personnel du PCR, en 2006, était constitué du Bdr Cam Bell et du
Bdr Glen Parsons, de l’atelier de l’ARC, et du Bdr Randy Blowes, du Bdr Dwayne Butler (tous deux venus du 1 RCHA) et du
Bdr George Zinck, de la boutique de l’ARC.
Regimental Headquarters remained busy in 2006. Among numerous events was the coordinating the opening ceremonies of the
Regimental traveling exhibit “Canada’s Gunners” in Halifax (Jan),
and Montreal (May). As well, RHQ conducted a very successful RCA Junior Officers’ Course (Oct), and assisted with the RCA
Bands Conference (Feb) and Museums Conference (Apr), all held
at the Home Station. RHQ again commemorated the Canoe River
Disaster (Nov) at the Memorial in Shilo. RHQ also continued to act
as the administrative centre for all RCA heritage activities such as
the RCA Heritage Campaign fundraising, the annual operations of
the Regimental Fund, the RCA website at www.artillery.net, and
The RCA Kitshop & Workshop at www.rcakitshop.net.
Le Poste de commandement régimentaire est resté occupé
en 2006. Nombre d’activités ont eu lieu; nous avons notamment coordonné les cérémonies d’inauguration de l’exposition
régimentaire itinérante « Les artilleurs canadiens » à Halifax (en
janvier), et à Montréal (en mai). De plus, nous avons tenu en
octobre un Cours pour officiers subalternes de l’ARC qui s’est
avéré un véritable succès, et collaboré à l’organisation de la
conférence des musiques de l’ARC (en février) et de la conférence des musées (en avril) à
la maison-mère. Une fois de plus,
le PCR a commémoré la catastrophe de Canoe River (en novembre) au monument commémoratif
de Shilo. Nous avons également
continué de servir de centre administratif pour toutes les activités
patrimoniales de l’ARC, par exemple la campagne du patrimoine
de l’ARC, les activités annuelles
du Fonds régimentaire, le site
Web de l’ARC www.artillery.net
et la boutique et l’atelier de l’ARC
www.rcakitshop.net.
Back Row: Bdr Blowes, Bdr Bell,
Bdr Butler. Bdr Parsons, Bdr Zinck
Front Row: CWO Popovits, Maj
Lessard, Capt Lloyd,
Cpl Yaroslawsky
Canadian Gunner
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RCA Museum - Musée d’ARC
The RCA Museum welcomed two new staff members this spring:
Kathleen Christensen as Senior Curator and Dayna Barscello as
Assistant Curator. Director Rick Sanderson moved to a new job at
the Maritime Command Museum in Halifax in the fall. He was succeeded by Major (Retired) Marc George, who did not move far after
his years as Regimental Major. Before he left, The Royal Regiment
honoured Rick with a Colonel Commandant’s Commendation for his
outstanding work in the Museum during his tenure as Director.
Summer saw the installation of a new lighting system and the
complete reorganization of the Artillery Gallery to better tell the story
of Canada’s Gunners from the early years to the Cold War. Re-creations of a garrison fortress gate and of a WWI gun pit are the first of
many planned new exhibits throughout the Museum in the coming
years. The RCA traveling exhibit “Canada’s Gunners” completed six
month shows in Halifax and Montreal in 2006 and has now been
seen by approximately 278,000 visitors. It will be home at the RCA
Museum January to April 2007, before moving to Victoria.
Another highlight of 2006 was the dedication of a restored White
Scout Car in honour of George Blackburn, who was able to attend
the ceremony shortly before he passed away. After the dedication,
which was attended by the Colonel Commandant and the personnel
on the Junior Officers’ Course, George was driven around the Base
to happy hour in the vehicle painted to match his tactical signs from
Normandy. He noted that it was his first ride in a scout car in 60
years. Gunners everywhere will greatly miss George. We are lucky
to have his books that will keep his experiences alive for generations
to come.
The Museum is looking forward to continuing to build on our efforts
to share the Artillery story with Canadians in 2007. Good luck and
good shooting to Gunners everywhere!
Deux nouvelles employées se sont jointes au personnel du
Musée de l’ARC au printemps : Kathleen Christensen, conservatrice principale, et Dayna Barscello, conservatrice adjointe.
Le directeur, Rick Sanderson, est parti à l’automne occuper
un nouveau poste au Musée du Commandement maritime, à
Halifax. Il a été remplacé par le Major (retraité) Marc George,
qui n’a pas eu à aller très loin après avoir passé des années
au poste de major régimentaire. Avant son départ, le Régiment royal a souligné le travail exceptionnel effectué par Rick
Sanderson comme directeur du Musée en lui accordant la
mention élogieuse du colonel commandant.
À l’été, un nouveau système d’éclairage a été installé et la
galerie de l’artillerie a été complètement réorganisée. Nous
pourrons ainsi mieux raconter l’histoire de l’Artillerie canadienne de ses débuts jusqu’à la guerre froide. Parmi les nouvelles expositions devant être aménagées au Musée dans
les prochaines années, la première consistera en une reproduction d’une porte de forteresse de garnison et d’un trou à
canon de la Première Guerre mondiale. En 2006, l’exposition
itinérante de l’ARC « Les artilleurs canadiens » a passé six
mois à Halifax et à Montréal; elle a maintenant été visitée
par environ 278 000 personnes. Elle reviendra au Musée de
l’ARC de janvier à avril 2007, puis sera présentée à Victoria.
Autre point saillant de 2006, un véhicule de reconnaissance
sur roues White restauré a été dédié à George Blackburn,
qui a pu assister à la cérémonie bien qu’il soit décédé peu
après. Une fois terminé le dévoilement, auquel ont participé
le colonel commandant et le personnel du Cours pour officiers
subalternes, M. Blackburn a été conduit sur la base dans le
véhicule peint aux couleurs de son insigne tactique de Normandie. Il a mentionné ne pas avoir pris place dans
un véhicule de reconnaissance sur roues depuis
60 ans. M. Blackburn manquera aux artilleurs de
tout le Canada. Heureusement, il nous reste ses
livres, qui permettront aux prochaines générations
de revivre les expériences de ce grand homme.
Nous serons heureux, en 2007, de poursuivre
nos efforts pour faire connaître aux Canadiens
l’histoire de l’Artillerie. Bonne chance aux artilleurs
de partout et continuez de bien viser!
RCA Museum Staff Marc George, Clive Prothero-Brroks, Mary-Lou Barnes, Kathleen Christensen and
Dayna Barscello.
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L’Artilleur Canadien
The
Colonel Geoffrey Brooks
Memorial
Essay Competiton
Compétition
Pour L’essai en
Mémoire du
Colonel Geoffrey Brooks
ELIGIBILITY
The Contest is open to all DND military (Regular and Reserve)
and civilian personnel and students attending post-secondary
educational institutes.
ADMISSIBILITÉ
Sont admissibles au concours tous les militaires et membres du personnel civil du ministère de la Défense nationale (Force régulière et
Réserve) et les étudiants et étudiantes du niveau postsecondaire.
TOPIC
Write on any topic of military history or specific military interest that
pertains to The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery.
THÈME
La dissertation doit porter sur tout sujet d’histoire militaire ou d’intérêt
militaire touchant le Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne.
RULES
Essay entries should be between 2,000 to 3,000 words in length.
They must be typewritten and submitted in quadruplicate. The title
and page of any published or unpublished work to which reference has been made, or from which extracts have been taken,
must be quoted and footnoted.
RÈGLES
Le texte doit être de 2 000 à 3 000 mots, être dactylographié et
être soumis en quatre exemplaires. Le titre et la page de chaque
ouvrage publié ou non publié auquel on renvoie, ou dont on cite
un extrait dans la dissertation, doivent être mentionnés dans
une note en bas de page.
Authorship of entries must be strictly anonymous. Each competitor will adopt a motto or nom de plume, which will be quoted at
the top of the entry.
Les dissertations doivent être déposées sous le couvert de
l’anonymat. Ainsi, chaque auteur ou auteure doit adopter une devise
ou un nom de plume qu’il ou elle inscrira au haut de la dissertation.
A sealed envelope will be enclosed with the entry. This envelope
will contain the service number, rank (as applicable), name and
address of the competitor. The envelope will have the appropriate motto or nom de plume only, typewritten on the outside.
Il faut joindre â la dissertation une enveloppe scellée contenant le
numéro matricule, le grade (le cas échéant), le nom et l’adresse
de l’auteur/auteure. La devise ou le nom de plume, sans autre
renseignement, doit Ítre dactylographié sur l’enveloppe.
ENTRIES ARE TO BE ADDRESSED TO:
Editor, The Canadian Gunner
The Colonel Geoffrey Brooks Memorial Essay Competition
RHQ RCA
PO Box 5000 Stn Main
Shilo, MB R0K 2A0
TRANSMETTRE LES DISSERTATIONS À:
Le Rédacteur en chef, L’Artilleur canadien
Concours de dissertation commémoratif Colonel-Geoffrey-Brooks
QGR ARC
C.P. 5000, succurs. Main
Shilo (Man.) R0K 2A0
Entries must reach RHQ RCA by 30 November 2007.
$1000.00 in prizes will be awarded. ($500 first prize, $300 second prize and $200 third prize).
Les dissertations doivent parvenir au QGR ARC au plus tard le
30 novembre 2007.
Les prix, d’un montant total de 1 000 $. (1er prix de 500 $, 2e
prix de 300 $ et 3e prix de 200 $).
JUDGING
The Editor will arrange for a committee to judge the entries. The decisions of this committee will be final. Results will be made known
in the next issue of The Canadian Gunner and on www.artillery.net.
Winners will be contacted by letter.
JURY
Le rédacteur en chef formera un comité pour l’évaluation des
dissertations. Les décisions du comité sont finales et les résultats seront annoncés dans la prochaine édition de L’Artilleur
canadien et sur le Web à www.artillery.net. Les lauréats seront
avisés de leur sélection par lettre.
The Editor and staff of The Canadian Gunner can not be held responsible for the loss or return of any essay submitted; nor shall they
incur any liability whatsoever in connection with the receipt, dealings,
judging and reports of essays.
The copyright of any essay submitted will remain with the author,
however, submission of a paper to the competition gives The RCA
permission to publish said document in The Canadian Gunner and to
retain a copy in The RCA Museum library and archives.
Canadian Gunner
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Le rédacteur en chef et le personnel de L’Artilleur canadien se
dégagent de toute responsabilité concernant la perte ou le retour de toute dissertation soumise, et de toute responsabilité
concernant la réception, l’évaluation, le traitement ou le compte
rendu de ces dissertations.
L’auteur/auteure conserve ses droits d’auteur sur la dissertation.
Toutefois, la soumission d‘une dissertation autorise par le fait
même l’ARC à en publier le texte dans LíArtilleur canadien et
à en conserver copie dans la bibliothèque et les archives du
Musée de l’ARC.
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L’Artilleur Canadien
Regimental Fund/Fond Régimentaire
Financial Statement/État de Compte 2006
Revenue
As of/Des que 31 Dec 06
Donations/Donations
The Quadrant/Le Quadrant
Gunner (RCAA / Subscribe)/
L’Artilleur(AARC/abonnements)
Advertising/Publicité
Kit Shop Contribution/
Contribution de Boutique des fournitures
Interest/Intérêt
Museum Bldg/Ediface Musée
RCA Fund Interest/Intérêt des fonds ARC
Misc Revenue/ Revenu Divers
Total Revenue/ Revenu Total
Communications/Communications
Gunner Layout/Disposition de L’Artilleur Canadien
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Quadrant Layout/Disposition de Quadrant
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
RCA Web Page (Maint)/Entretien de Site web
RCA Web Page (Server)/Livraison de site web
RCA Photo Comp/Concours de photo
Communications Wage/Paie de Communication
Total
55,812.25
161.72
135.42
400.00
0
5,120.18
36.00
10,964.89
2,910.95
$75,541.41
Member Assistance/Aide de membre
Bursary Awards/Bourses éducatives
Emergency Assistance/Concessions d’aide
Expressions of Sympathy/Expressions Sympathique
Total
Expenses/Dépenses
Accounting Services/service de comptabilité
ADP Lease/Bail d’ordinateur
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Printing/Impression
Staff Trg and Travel/
Instruction et voyage de personnel
Recap & PP&S/Restructuration du
capital et fournitures
Donor Rewards/récompenses des donateurs
Depreciation/Dépréciation
Total Expenses/Dépenses Total
Remaining Program Revenue/
Les Fonds programme qui reste
2,625.03
0
354.72
0
0
0
Heritage/Héritage
Identity/Identité
Professional Development/
Développement Professionnel
Communication/Communication
Assistance/Aide aux Membres
Recognition/Identification
Grants/Concessions
Projects/Projets
Standing Allocations/Allocation
Total Remaining/Fonds Total qui reste
0
3,694.27
Top Student Awards/Supérieures d’étudiant
Retirement/Retraite
Total
200.45
5,581.23
0
$8,761.43
RCA Band/Bande d’ARC
RCAA Membership/Payer sa cotisation d’AARC
RCA Museum/Musée d’ARC
Petawawa Museum/Musée de Petawawa
1 RCHA Pipes & Drums/ 1 RCHA Musuique
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD Regt
FAS
1 AD Regt
18 AD Regt
5 BAAA
ERE
Total
66,779.99
195.09
7,526.26
1,000
15,116.49
25,839.00
0
1,802.30
$11,606.58
Canadian Gunner
1,250.00
1,500.00
15,000.00
250.00
375.00
1,824.00
1,824.00
1,824.00
888.00
1,104.00
0
0
0
0
$25,839.00
Special Projects/Projets Spéciaux
Re-investment in Fund/
Nouvel investissement du fond
Unit Projects/Projets Unités
Transfer to 150th Fund/Transfert à fond 150e
Transfer to Bldg Fund/Transfert à fond musée
Regt Fund Unit Rebates/Rabais des unités
Ad Rebate/Rabais de publicités
Total
0
0
0
$0
150.85
30.49
0
0
0
0
0
0
$0
Allocations/Allocations
RHQ RCA Reserve/Réserve de QGR ARC
Total
3,512.93
$3694.27
1,802.30
$1,802.30
Investments/Mise de Fonds
Regimental Fund/Fond Regimentaire
Museum Building Fund/Fond de Édiface Musée
150th Anniversary Fund/Fond Anniversaire de 150e
RCA Heritage/d’héritage de l’ARC
Professional Development/
Développement Professionnel
Master Gunner Conference/
Conférence de maître canonnier
JOC/COS
Brooks Essay Competition/
Concours de colonel Geoffrey Brooks essai
Total
0
15,116.49
$15,116.49
Grants/Concessions
Identity
Deployment Flags/Drapeaux de déploiement
Accroutments/Fouriments
Grad Track Suits/
survêtements des nouveaux soldats
Total
0
1,000
0
$1,000.00
Member Recognition/Identification de membre
Programmes -- Heritage/Héritage
Artifact Maint/Bourse de Artefact
NPP Maint/Bourse de BNP
Pd Dress Maint/ Bourse de Tenue d’époque
Total
1,333.36
0
0
2,026.00
1,417.32
442.37
1,666.64
240.57
400.00
0
$7,526.26
0
195.09
Total
0
$195.09
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$404,363.64
$265,250.33
$13.75
$11,604.92
$127,494.64
RCA LISTING - BY
Y RANK - 2006
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
LGEN
MGEN (RET’D)
MGEN
MGEN
MGEN (RET’D)
BGEN
BGEN
BGEN (RET’D)
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
HLCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LESLIE
MACINNIS
ARP
BEARE
STEPHENSON
BARABE
HOWARD
SALMON
ALWARD
BROWNLEE-BAKER
BRULE
BURTON
CLOUTIER
EDWARDS
FAIRBAIRN
HUBEL
L
JEFFERIES
LAFLAMME
LYNCH-STAUNTON
NOONAN
ROWE
TURNBULL
WEIBE
WEIDER
CAPSTICK
COTTEN
CROSMAN
DAVIS
DUHAMEL
FLEURY
Y
GILLIES
GUNN
HIDIROGLOU
HODGSON
LACROIX
MACLEOD
MARSHALL
PETRYK
SELBIE
BROWN
BRYCE
COLEMAN
DEVOS
DOTY
DUCHENEAU
FADER
FECTEAU
MACFARLANE
MACKAY
Y
MCKELVEY
NOBLE
SMITH
TENANT
TURCOTTE
VEUGER
WIGGLESWORTH
WILKIN
ARAUJO
ARMSTRONG
AUBIN
BECKING
BOUCHARD
BOURQUE
BROWN
CHAMBERLAIN
CLARKE
COTTER
COUTURE
DAME
DAVIS
DICK
AB
JA
J
SA
BE
JGJC
AJ
L
J
JS
BG
GE
W
GK
J
JR
JP
HG
AG
BF
ED
JH
J
B
MD
KR
JDE
RG
JM
JJG
SJ
RD
YJ
MD
JCR
BW
DD
JM
JJ
DA
JEF
B
P
C
J
P
P
J
M
EN
B
B
H
ML
PFW
A
D
LA
MB
FM
IC
JMD
M
PE
RK
DG
L
JBA
GF
GWK
JB
CLS
COL COMDT RCA
CDLS (WASHINGTON)
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
HLCOL, 7 TOR REGT
JOINT TASK FORCE EAST
SJS OTTAWA
HCOL, 56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 BC REGT
1 AD REGT
49 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
62 RAC
DLPS - CLS
CFRG HQ BORDEN
JOINT TASK FORCE PACIFIC
NAPLES, ITALY
ADM (HR-MIL) DMHRR
NDHQ - CHIEF OF REVIEW SERVICES
CDA - SOUTH AFRICA
RMC, KINGSTON
CFSU (OTTAWA)
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
LFAA HQ
COS, LAND STAFF, NDHQ
HEIDELBERG GERMANY
CND DEFENCE ATTACHE POLAND
DEP. ASST - COS TRG & EX PLANNING HQ
30 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
62 RAC
1 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
116 IND FD BTY
11 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
6 RAC
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
LFC H PESCAA OPS ARGENTINA
11 FD REGT
CLS
30 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
CFC TORONTO
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 BC REGT
DCDS DPFL
5 RALC
CFC TORONTO
ADM (S&T)
LISTE D’ARC - PAR GRADE - 2006
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
36
DOUGLAS
DOYLE
DRYSDALE
FRITZ-MILLETT
GARON
GRANT
GROULX
HAECK
HARTNETT
HARVEY
HEENAN
HEROD
HETHERINGTON
JEAN
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
KALOGERAKIS
KEARNEY
KILFORD
KUHN
LAST
LAVOIE
LEFEBVRE
LELIEVRE
LEMIEUX
LORD
MACVICAR
MATHESON
MCGEACHY
MCLEAN
MCNAIR J
MCPHERSON
MICHAUD
MIEZITIS
NAUSS
NICKERSON
NICKERSON
NIELSEN
PICKARD
POIRIER
SIMONDS
STRACHAN
THOMPSON
TREBLAY
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
VOSS
WILLIAMS
WILLIS
WOODGATE
AALTONEN
AUDET
BAKER
BAKER
BARBIER
BARRETT
BEAUCHAMP
BEAUCHEMIN
BELANGER
BELER
BELZILE
BENAY
BESNER
BILLINGS
BISHOP
BOBBITT
BOILY
Y
BOISSONNEAULT
BOUCHER
BRUNEAU
BUCHANAN
BW
KPJ
DB
SM
G
DM
EJG
K
DG
JGA
PJ
LW
SC
JRS
GL
SAA
A
B
PE
CR
DS
DM
JAM
JGP
WT
JAA
JEJ
IC
RH
K
GG
B
BWG
KAR
IA
DC
R
SL
PV
BT
RR
CG
SB
DR
JGG
JGE
JRM
CR
PJ
JW
JR
DA
JAY
BP
TW
JGA
J
JECP
JAM
JLC
SR
AJY
JGLR
JC
TJ
TJ
DR
JCL
JGS
LHPS
JPEP
DC
EXCHANGE SOUTH KOREA
DGJFD OTTAWA
15 FD REGT
EXCHANGE AUSTRALIA
6 RAC
CFSU (E)
49 FD REGT
62 RAC
CLFCSC
DGLS
DCDS
41 CBG HQ
PRT TF AFGANISTAN
35 CBG
G HQ
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFB G
GAGETOWN
CFLS OTTTAWA (STUDENT)
15 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
K
CLS
COS A
ADM (PER)
LFAA H
HQ
COS A
ADM (PER)
RMC KINGSTON
K
36 CBG
G HQ HALIFAX
CLFCS
SC
3 FD R
REGT
18 AD REGT
CFSU (E)
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
CDLS (W
W) - USMC - SAW
HQ SACT NORFOLK, VIRGINIA
HQ AFSOUUTH NAPLES ITALY
1 FD R
REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
DCDS
CFSU (OTTAWA)
26 FD REGT
NDHQ OTTAWA
CTCHQ
Q GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
DPFL
SJS OT
TTAWA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
LFDTS
S HQ
1 RCHA
CLS
LFAA H
HQ
LFWA HQ
VCDS
4 AD REG
GT RCA MONCTON
CANSO
OFCOM HQ
ECOLE DE GUERRE
15 FD REGT
CFLO ESTB WASHINGTON
DGJFD
DGMC
CFSU (OTTAWA)
CFB COLD LAKE
DGMU
3 FD REGT
CFLO ESTB WASHINGTON
1 CMBG HQ
2 RCHA
DGMU
DGMC
CFJNBCD COY TRENTON
CLS
1 RCHA
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
NAME
BUTLER
CAMPBELL
CANTIN
CARRAGHER
CASAULT
CHAPMAN
CHRISTOPHER
CHUBBS
COMEAU
COOK
COTE
COTTER
CROWELL
DALAL
DALTON
DEJACOLYN
DESCHENES
DIILIO
DORRIS
DUBOIS
DUFF
DUFOUR
DUMAS
DUNN
FARRELLRN
FAUCHER
FISHER
FORTIER
FORTIN
FORTOLOCZKY
FRANK
GAGNE
GAGNE
GALLAGHER
GALLAGHER
GARANT
GARDNER
GAUVIN
GEMMELL
GEORGE
GOETZ
GOMES
GUTSCHER
HAMMOND
HARBERT
HARDWICK
HART
HASKELL
HATCHER
HEWITT
HOGAN
HORECZY
ISBERG
JARRETT
JOHNSON
JOHNSTONE
JONES
JOURDEUIL
KENNY
KIROPOULOS
LAFORTUNE
LAHAIE
LANDRY
LANG
LANNAN
LAROCQUE
LAVALLEE
LAVOIE
LEACH
LEBLANC
LEIGH
LEPINE
Canadian Gunner
INITS LOCATION
PJ
EG
JAC
S
JMF
BJ
R
LA
A
CD
DT
JYR
CL
K
DA
A
LC
AM
JAC
BF
FLJP
JS
KF
JMAL
JS
RS
SJS
JLB
JR
JPM
JSSD
JE
GG
A
JAS
SF
SM
G
CM
BA
WR
MWJ
JJ
PMC
DJ
LJ
PG
GJ
RG
RP
GP
SL
TJ
CA
TJ
RG
WD
MB
DB
JCP
DM
S
JMA
JFD
CS
JGJ
TC
CWJ
JLCM
JR
MA
LJ
TJ
JPF
DGJFD OTTAWA
STANREP AUSTRALIA
CFB VALCARTIER
56 FD REGT
DGMC
DGOR
56 FD REGT
2 CMBG HQ
1 RCHA
COLORADO SPRINGS
PETE
CLFCSC
1 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
CDLS (WASHINGTON)
LFTDS HQ
CDI
CDLS (LONDON)
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
CLS
EXCHANGE DUTY UK
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
METC
STANREP AUSTRALIA
CLS
5 RALC
ACO ORGS
11 FD REGT
6 RAC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
1 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
EXCHANGE DUTY UK
CFSU (OTTAWA)
CFB SHILO
1 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
LFDTS HQ
CFC TORONTO
CANADA COMMAND HQ
CFC TORONTO
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
10 FD REGT
LFAA HQ
LFDTS HQ
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
LFDTS HQ
LFWA HQ
CFB EDMONTON
TAC SCHOOL
CEFCOM HQ OTTAWA
CLFCSC
DGIMSD
WATC DET SHILO
DGMC
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
CEFCOM HQ
CEFCOM HQ
CFB MONTREAL
NORAD HQ
CFB SHILO
CFLS OTTAWA
ACO ORGS BRUNSSUM, NETHERLANDS
SJS OTTAWA
2 CMBG HQ
5 GBMC
GER SC HAMBURG GERMANY
37
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
LESSARD
LEVATTE
LITTLE
LOTT
LYNK
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACEACHERN
MACPHERSON
MADER
MAGMAN
MAGNAN
MARTIN
MCALPINE
MCGARRY
MCNICOLL
MCPHERSON
MILLER
MOLASKIWS
MORRISON
MURPHY
MURRAY
Y
NEILL
NEVILLE
NOTARO
OUELLETTE
PARENT
PAUS
PAYNE
PERREAULT
PICKERING
PLANTE
PLEMEL
POIRIER
POSPOLITA
PREAUX
PROULX
PURCELL
REIFFENSTEIN
ROMEO
ROULEAU
ROY
RUSSEL
L
SCHELL
SCHOTSCH
SEGARD
SPENCER
ST DENNIS
ST. GEORGE
STEWART
STONE
ST-PIERRE
SULLIVAN
SUTHERLAND
TOUSIGNANT
TROUP
VAHEY
VIEVEEN
VOYER
WICKENS
WISDAHL
WOLANSKI
YOUNG
ZURBRIGG
ALLEN
AMBERLEY
ANDREOLA
ANDRESEN
ARCOUETTE
ARMSTRONG
AUCOIN
AUDET
JBG
TW
WK
RS
DL
A
MA
RP
DJ
LR
RB
JCL
DWP
GJ
LP
JRM
S
RM
SW
MF
SLM
DA
MD
MF
JPE
DC
RM
JP
JPM
PH
JAMG
LB
JGAJ
JG
PDD
JJSB
BA
A
AE
PV
MN
RJ
DA
RA
MB
GMF
RL
JE
LK
J
JC
JAC
MJC
KD
JJS
KG
SD
JH
PA
KA
A
UJF
TR
SE
JE
PC
L
ERP
HD
WD
MT
J
REGT MAJ, RHQ RCA, SHILO
CFLO ESTB WASHINGTON
CMS
CLFCSC
RMC KINGSTON
1 FD REGT
COS ADM (PER)
CLS
U OF WEST
T.ONTARIO
CLS
49 FD RE
EGT
DGSP
LFWA HQ
Q
DGMC
1 RCHA
DCDS
3 FD REG
GT
31 CBG H
HQ
COS J3
CFC TOR
RONTO
LFWA HQ
Q
2 RCHA
DG POL P
PLAN
LFWA HQ
Q
4 AD REGT RCCA MONCTON
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
2 FD REG
GT
COS J3
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
DGMC
11 FD REGT
CLS
4 AD REGT RCA
R MONCTON
CLS
CMTC WA
AINWRIGHT
5 RALC
CFB GAG
GETOWN
15 FD RE
EGT
RMC KING
GSTON
CLS
CANSOFC
COM
PSTC
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
COS J3
11 FD REGT
LFQA HQ
Q
CLS
CFRC TO
ORONTO
7 TOR RE
EGT
7 TOR RE
EGT
CFC TOR
RONTO
CANMILREP
P BRUSSELS
CLS
DGSP
35 CBG H
HQ
36 CBG HQ
Q HALIFAX
30 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
RMC KING
GSTON
15 FD RE
EGT
5 BC REG
GT
CFLS OTT
TAWA
CFC TORONTO
TOR
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
PPC CORNWALLIS
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFLSTSC BORDEN
PSTC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
AUGER
AZIZ-BEAULIEU
BALDWIN
BATTEN
BEDARD
BELWAY
BERNARD
BEST
BIGLER
BISSONNETTE
BOISVERT
BOSTON
BOURQUE
BOUTIN
BOWER
BRADEN
BRASSARD
BRAZEAU
BREEN
BRUCE
BRUNET
BUECKERT
CAINES
CAINES
CAUSEY
CHAN
CHARCHUK
CHARLERY-FRANKLYN
CHETWYND
CLARKE
CLAVEAU
CLICHE
CLOUTIER
COMEAU
COOPER
COPPICUS
COULOMBE
COURTEMANCHE
COUTTS
CRABBE
CREELMAN
CURRIE
DAILEY
D’ARCY
Y
DAVIDSON
DAVIS
DAWSON
DEAN
DEGAUST
DESROCHERS
DESTREMPES
DEWAAL
DONOVAN
DOUCET
DRAHO
DUFOUR
DUNLOP
DUPLESSIS
DUPUIS
DURETTE
DUVAL
DYKES
EMBREE
ESSELAAR
ETHELSTON
EYESTONE
FECTEAU
FORTIN
FOSS
FOURNIER
FRENETTE
GAGNON
JGD
JJPF
PR
MW
BJ
RP
JRGP
JT
CM
RD
JJL
SJ
D
AFM
RJ
CJ
DYG
JL
G
JE
JPEP
K
PJ
TJ
JA
A
EWK
A
V
J
RM
J-F
JCW
JSM
R
LE
RF
JCM
JCG
CK
DR
JG
KP
P
C
GC
WPR
SC
J
BD
JLGG
MSJ
VA
TJ
JAL
MJ
JRV
KLA
JGF
RW
JRM
JF
NRR
RD
EM
CW
GR
JAP
SK
KS
JMYN
JL
JGP
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
GALLANT
GAUGHAN
GAUVIN
GAYTON
GENDRON
GEORGE
GILBERT
GILEWICZ
GILLAN
GILLIS
GILLMAN
GIROUX
GIVEN
GOODFELLOW
GOULET
GRANT
GREBSTAD
GREER
GREWAL
GROUT
HACHE
HAIRE
HAMILTON-BROWN
HAMPTON
HANEY
HANNA
HANNAN
HARDING
HAREWOOD
HARVEY
HATTON
HAVEMAN
HAVEMAN
HAWCO
HEBERT
HEER
HEIJ
HIGGINS
HORNELL
HOWE
HUDDLESTON
HUNTER
INSLEY
IVEY
JOBIN
JOHNSON
JONES
KENNEDY
KENNEDY
KLIMASZEWSKI
KNOWLES
LACOMBE
LAJOIE
LAMB
LAMBERT
LANG
LAPRADE
LAURIAULT
LAVIGNE
LEBEL
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LECLAIR
LEE
LEFLER
LEGENDRE
LEMIEUX
LITTLE
LLOYD
LOCKE
LOCKRIDGE
D
PM
JTF
D
JBJM
GA
PDD
MP
JDG
CA
A
PA
VMB
JP
LR
MSM
AD
DW
TR
NS
NJ
MJA
SG
GR
JG
IL
L
KF
JAP
JA
E
EMC
ST
LM
T
JM
D
SA
SDA
DK
JEJ
JM
J
SJ
BC
GW
JCM
DD
JM
LT
TJ
ML
CD
JEJD
JPP
DB
S
SM
K
JES
JSPF
JGD
B
RG
WB
PRJ
TH
JT
JGC
S
RNW
SD
MQ
AD
5 RALC
CFB VALCARTIER
RCSU (ATLANTIC) DET ST JOHN’S
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
PMPR HULL
11 FD REGT
LFWA HQ
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
62 RAC
LFDTS
1 FD REGT
QG SQFT
CFJHQ KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 CMBG HQ
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
10 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFRC MONTREAL
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
COS ADM (HR-MIL)
26 FD REGT
CLS
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFB HALIFAX
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
1 FD REGT
LFTEU BURTON
2 CMBG HQ
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFQA HQ
LFQA TC
LFWA HQ
30 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
34 CBG HQ MONTREAL
CFSU (OTTAWA)
TAC SCHOOL
DGSP
39 CBG HQ VANCOUVER
LFCA HQ
PMPR MISSLE ENGINEER HULL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
MONTREAL REGION CADET DET
1 RCHA
CDN COOP PRGM PERS LOS ANGELES
5 RALC
LFDTS HQ DET OTTAWA
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
38
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
LFWA HQ
TF ME- UNMO JERUSALEM
2 RCHA
LFCA TC MEAFORD
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
CFSU ((OTTAWA)
37 CBG HQ MOONCTON G3 OPS
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
LFDTS HQ
Q KINGSTON
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
1 CMBG HQ
2 CMBG HQ
11 FD RE
EGT
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
5 RALC
DMAC OTTAWA
7 TOR REGT
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
LFTDS HQ
H
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 SVC BN
N
CFC TOR
RONTO
CLS
CLS
CFB GAG
GETOWN
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
1 FD REG
GT
CANSOF
FCOM
11 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
COS J3
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
11 FD RE
EGT
LFWA HQ
Q
1 RCHA
CFB SUF
FFIELD
LFWA HQ
Q DET SASK
5 RALC
15 FD R
REGT
15 FD RE
EGT
49 FD RE
EGT
4 AD REGT RCA
R MONCTON
5 RALC
CFB MONTREAL
CFJHQ KINGSTON
62 RAC
5 BC REGT
5 BC REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFAA HQ
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
REGT ADJT, RHQ RCA, SHILO
CFB SUFFIELD
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
LYTTLE
MACDONALD
MARBACH
MARSTON
MASSON
MATSALLA
MAXWELL
MCBEAN
MCCUISH
MCHATTIE
MCKEEVER
MEADE
MERCIER
MERCIER
MICHALCHUK
MICHELSEN
MILLS
MONTAGUE
MOON
MOORE
MORGAN
MORRELL
MORRIS
NADON
NEISH
NELSON
NG
NICKERSON
OAKES
O’BRIEN
O’DONNELL
O’LEARY
OTIS
PAQUET
PEDERSON
PEDNEAULT
PELLERINE
PIERCE
PITT
PLAXTON
PLUMMER
POEHLMANN
POIRIER
POITRAS
POWER
PRENDERGAST
QUESNELLE
RICHARD
RIDYARD
RITCHIE
ROBERTSON
ROBY
Y
ROEDER
ROESLER
SAUNDERS
SCHAMEHORN
SCHARLACH
SCHOLL
SEVIGNY
SEYMOUR
SHRUM
SIMARD
SINES
SKUCE
SKUCE
SLOAT
SMID
SMITH
SMITH
SMOLEY
Y
SNEJDAR
SPEARS
RJ
DL
BJE
AM
S
DP
TL
SD
DA
WG
DC
RJ
JARJ
JAYR
BW
TK
EB
RT
RC
TR
JD
DW
PK
BP
D
HBJ
NWP
CL
GA
JLMG
RA
A
SD
JAR
R
JA
JA
TJ
RM
PJE
C
IC
GW
R
F
SK
D
DMA
JJ
PE
BE
TR
NS
CW
MV
RM
JJ
T
I
PP
LW
LA
JM
CS
IE
JE
SC
RD
DW
MR
SW
JC
JT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
STEWART
STEWART
STIMPSON
STONE
ST-PIERRE
SZABUNIO
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TEMPLEMAN
THEBERGE
THOMPSON
THORDARSON
TISCHHAUSER
USBORNE
VAMOS
VAN SLYKE
VERNON
VOYER
WARREN
WATT
WATTERS
WATTS
WATTS
WHELAN
WHITE
WHITE
WHITLEY
WILKINS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WILTSHIRE
WYLIE
ANDREWS
ARSENEAU
BEGIN
BLANCHET
BRUNELLE
BURKE
BUTTON
COBER
COUCH
DENEAU
EVANS
FARROW
FERRERA
FINELLI
FRANCIS
FRIZZLE
GRAHAM
GRAHAM
GRAY
GRIEVE
GRIMEAU
HAN
HICKS
HILLIER
HUNT
JACKSON
KENT
LADOUCEUR
LENIS
LESLIE
LEWIS
MACLEOD
MAILLE
MATHESON
MENDES
MOORE
NICHOLSON
ORTIZ SOSA
M
PA
RT
JF
JLAP
PA
CR
SW
RT
JLJ
SD
TC
DR
SH
AJ
RJ
D
M
WM
IC
TN
J
NJ
JMYR
GG
R
DA
AR
LM
MP
NJ
JC
BV
EJ
RJF
RJ
IME
MNMI
JP
SC
RM
JD
MH
ED
CJ
AR
DL
L
A
JC
RG
A
J
DT
AW
BM
H
TF
PJ
W
Canadian Gunner
CLS
CFB COLD LAKE
LFWA HQ
CFJHQ
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CLS
DGJFD OTTAWA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFCA TC MEAFORD
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
RMC KINGSTON
CANOSCOM HQ OTTAWA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CENREGHQ CADET DET TORONTO
CFSU COLORADO SPRINGS
3 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD REGT COLD LAKE
11 FD REGT
CDI NDHQ
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
DREV
CFB MONTREAL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB MONTREAL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
CLS
5 RALC
CMTC FOO WAINWRIGHT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
EXCHANGE DUTY USA
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
CLS
DGLEPM
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CFB SHILO
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
ADM(MAT) PMPR
TF AFGHANISTAN NCE
15 FD REGT
LFQA HQ G7
74 COMM GP HQ
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
COS J3
CLS
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CHIEF OF MILITARY PERSONNEL
2 RCHA
39
ICW
S
G
JD
RG
HRA
A
MFGJ
D
ML
RA
RAH
M
1 FD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
1 RCHA
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
LFQA HQ
7 TOR REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
DGLEM
CFMDS ST-JEAN-SSUR-RICHELIEU
DGMC
11 FD REG
GT
LFAA HQ
11 FD REG
GT
15 FD REG
GT
15 FD REG
GT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
26 FD REG
GT
3 FD REGT
T
JTFP HQ
15 FD REG
GT
1 AD REGT
T
CFRG HQ - BORDEN
10 FD REG
GT
DGE
CANCOM HQ
Q OTTAWA
CFRC DET K
KITCHENER
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFWA HQ
1 CRPG YELLLOWKNIFE
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
11 FD REG
GT
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
T
2 RCHA
11 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REG
GT
1 RCHA
2 GS BN PE
ETAWAWA
7 TOR REG
GT
5 BC REGT
T
7 TOR REG
GT
15 FD REG
GT
26 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
T
11 FD REG
GT
CFB BAGO
OTVILLE
15 FD REG
GT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
DG INT / J2 OTTAWA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
PHILLIPS
RASHID
RAYMOND
ROBERT
ROBERTSON
ROSALES
SHEPPARD
THURBER
TOFTS
TREMBLAY
TY
VACHON
VACHON-DECARIE
VANDERMOLEN
VRINIOTIS
WING
ALLEN
BEAUDIN
BECKRICH
BOSSE
BRAKE
BRASSARD-GAGNON
CURR
DAVIS
DUFOUR
DUNLOP
EVANS
FRASER
GALLANT
GEILEN
GIRARDI
GOULD
HARVIE
HARWOOD
HELINA
HISCOCK
HOLLERAN
HUI
IRVING
JONES
LANDRY-GIRARD
MACDONALD
MACKEY
MACLEAN
MATHEWS
MCBRIDE
MCQUARRIE
MEYERS
MICHALCHUK
MORRIS
MORRISSETTE
MYMKO
NAHIRNEY
PARK
PROKOPOWICH
ROGOWSKY
RUSHTON
US O
SCHUTTE
SIMMONDS
SOLINAS
SYKORA
TEARLE
VAUGHAN
VIGOR
VOYER
WHITMAN
WRIGHT
YOUNG
BARTLETT
BOUCHARD
BOURQUE
BULL
L
JA
A
S
MGM
JJ
A
MR
R
L
DF
SP
GJC
P
MAF
RW
G
OM
DIA
A
P
TC
BJ
SC
CMC
A
JM
AD
GM
SL
NT
DC
T
JC
F
E
SH
RT
M
AN
C
S
J
JCS
P
NA
LS
J
RA
A
A
C
WRW
NA
CL
M
DA
A
SD
BM
SC
D
LC
JC
JR
CD
KJ
JEJ
D
ME
AG
K
NJ
HEB
VA
D
RD
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
CHLEDOWSKI
DRADER
DUNN
FERNET
FLEMING
GIRARD
GOURLEY
GUAY
JAMES
KIM
KITCHEN
LEE
MORRISSETTE
ON
PETO
PHANEUF
ROSS
RUDDER
SKIDMORE
SMITH
SULLIVAN
VALKS
WISWELL
BARTH
BOIVIN
BRACKLEY
CALILLE
CAMPBELL
CARON
COULOMBE
COURTEMANCHE
DEGREADY
DESROSIERS
DULONG
DUMONT
GIRARD
GIROUX
GOWANLOCK
GRENIER
HOWELL
LANDRIGAN
LEVESQUE
LEWIS
LINDER
LIZOTTE
MCDONALD
MCKINNON
MEEHAN
MORETTI
NOKE
OGDEN
OSTIGUY
Y
POPOVITS
RANDELL
ROBINSON
RUSK
TEMPEST
TIBBEL
TREPANIER
WATTS
WISHNICKI
WYNN
YETMAN
ANGUS
BALDWIN
BALLARD
BARTLETT
BENOIT
BENTLEY
BUDD
CUSSON
DEMPSEY
S
HD
CD
MGAR
N
ECG
N
S
A
D
JE
ABS
M
TQ
NE
HLJ
EJ
JD
NY
K
RJ
JN
HP
CJ
JJA
D
JJR
WA
JR
JCD
JYCM
JJE
JFC
J
JMV
RD
JMD
J
JLA
RB
RAB
JCCR
D
JCG
N
ML
DD
DJJ
GRJ
R
M
JGAC
GM
HA
DH
CP
J
DV
JBN
EA
RG
RB
RP
MR
BW
JV
RP
JR
WD
BP
JRA
G
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
CFJHQ KINGSTON
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LDSH (RC)
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
116 FD BTY
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CDLS (W)
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 CAD HQ WINNIPEG
116 FD BTY
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
5 BC
C REGT
G
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
40
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
18 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 BC RE
REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
11 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD RE
EGT
2 FD RE
EGT
LFTEU CTC
C GAGETOWN
PETE NIICOLET
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
6 RAC
PETE NIICOLET
CFB MO
ONTREAL
1 FD RE
EGT
JAG
62 RAC
LFDTS HQ
Q VALCARTIER
56 FD REGT
PETE NIICOLET
1 AD RE
EGT
DGMC
MUNITIONS EXP. TEST CENTRE (METC)
5 BC RE
EGT
3 FD RE
EGT
30 FD REGT
1 CMBG
G
LITA FD ARTY 2 CTC GAGETOWN
LFTEU CTC
C GAGETOWN
2 CMBG
G
7 TOR REGT
R
20 FD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
RMC KIN
NGSTON
LFDTS HQ
Q KINGSTON
15 FD R
REGT
2 RCHA
TF EL GORAH, EGYPT
CFRC GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
SJS OTTAWA
CFB SUFFIELD
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
WATC DET SHILO
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
15 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
DESMEULES
FILLIER
FLINT
FRANCE
GALLANT
GILKS
GINGRAS
GITTENS
HARPAUL
JESSEAU
JOMPHE
LABOSSIERE
LAVALLEE
LELIEVRE
LEMAY
LOUGHEED
MACFARLANE
MACRAE
MANNY
MARIER
MATTSSON
MCCORMICK
MICHAUD
MONTAGUE
MOORES
MOYER
PAGLIERICCI
PARSONS
PEERS
POSS
PROVENCHER
RICHARD
ROBINSON
RODRIGUE
ROSS
SEMBALERUS
SMITH
SMITH
SURGES
WAGAR
WALKER
WESTCOTT
WILLIAMS
WOJNARSKI
ALDRED
ALEXANDER
ANGEL
ARNOLD
ARNOLD
AYERS
BASKER
BATTEN
BEAUDRY
BEAULIEU
BEDDOWS
BELANGER
BELL
BELLEROSE
BENARD
BLAIS
BLANCHET
BOND
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHER
BOURQUE
BOYLAN-COLLINGRIDGE
BRADY
BRADY
BRISEBOIS
BROSENS
CAMERON
JHR
RE
SM
KA
MF
TK
RJE
WB
CP
TJ
JAG
DM
JSM
R
JM
J
B
MD
JS
B
KC
DG
JAC
RJ
AC
DT
M
PRW
BW
DL
JAM
JEM
DJ
JAD
JMA
D
EP
KC
K
CJA
KE
GR
WJ
GM
DG
HP
JMG
KR
LC
RM
WC
DA
RJ
JHJ
E
JD
SB
JBD
JJCP
JEE
JNR
KHR
JL
JLA
JHC
RP
TR
A
CD
JDD
RTR
RG
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
CAMPBELL
CARIS
CARMICHAEL
CARPENTER
CHUBBS
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLOUTHIER
COIT
COLE
COMARS
CONNOR
COOKE
COUPLAND
COX
CYR
DAY
DESPRES
DESROCHERS
DESROCHES
DESROCHES
DOLAN
DORAN
DURAND
DYKE
ELSON
EPPERT
ESTABROOKS
ETHIER
FILION
FINN
FLETCHER
FRANKEN
FRIGAULT
GABANNA
GAGNE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GARDNER
GARNIER
GEREIN
GERMAIN
GERO
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIES
GILLINGHAM
GRAHAM
GRAVEL
GUILLEMETTE
GUYMER
HARRIS
HARTERY
HARVEY
HAUGHEY
HAWLEY
HAYES
HEBERT
HENRY
HEREYGERS
HOEGI
HOOD
HOULE
JEAN
JENSEN
JOHNSON
JONES
LACHAPELLE
LAFRANCE
LALONDE
LANDRY
LANNIGAN
MG
YJ
PJ
KW
AT
DSH
RA
SK
MH
TD
D
DJ
TC
DJ
WE
DD
NR
DH
JHL
JF
WJ
M
JJ
MGS
EP
DR
RAA
MA
JWY
JGA
PCG
SA
DW
ADJ
JGM
JJCR
JMY
JPC
J
FJ
MJ
JPS
JJ
CL
D
BA
PM
TJ
JGAL
JFA
DL
AM
MA
JPM
G
PJM
KM
JJA
JAR
NA
GE
KM
NR
JPD
BR
AG
C
JGS
JA
JMA
JJPJP
J
Canadian Gunner
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CANADA COM HQ
49 FD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
CFB GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFDTS KINGSTON
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CFB VALCARTIER
6 RAC
1 RCHA
3 ASG GAGETOWN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFLS OTTAWA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
CFNA HQ
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
RMC KINGSTON
10 FD REGT
LFAA HQ
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
DGLEM
CFB SHILO
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
LFAA HQ
LFCA TC MEAFORD
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
MARCOM HQ DET GAGETOWN
CANADA COM HQ
DGLEM
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFB MONTREAL
6 RAC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
41
2 RCHA
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
LFAA HQ
CFB SHILO
31 CBG HQ
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
CFB PET
TAWAWA
11 FD RE
EGT
1 CRPG YE
ELLOWKNIFE
LFCA TC MEAFORD
1 RCHA
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
430 TAC HEL SQN
WATC DET SHILO
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
32 CBG HQ
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
26 FD RE
EGT
CDLS (LONDON)
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
62 RAC
WATC DET SHILO
116 FD BTY
B
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
2 FD REGT
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
V
5 BC RE
EGT
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
PPCLI BATTTLE SCHOOL
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
LFCA TC
C OTTAWA
CI SQFT V
VALCARTIER
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
1 CRPG YE
ELLOWKNIFE
1 FD REGT
CFLRS SA
AINT JEAN
1 RCHA
LFTEU
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
V
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CFB BOR
RDEN
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
20 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CTC ART
ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFSU (OTTAWA)
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 GBMC
1 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
LAVOIE
LEDOUX
LEDUC
LEES
LEGGETT
LENOIR
LEVEILLEE
LEWIS
LINGLEY
LLOYD
LOUVELLE
LUNAN
LUNDRIGAN
MACDONALD
MACKAY
MACLEAN
MACMULLIN
MANN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MATTE
MCGINNIS
MCHUGH
MCLEAN
MCLEOD
MCNEIL
MCTAGGART
MILLER
MILLER
MILLIGAN
MIROSNIKOV
MOORE
MOSES
MOSHER
NEILL
NORMAND
NUGENT
OSMOND
PAISLEY
PARISIEN
PARKER
PATTEN
PELLETIER
PENNEY
PERREAULT
PERREAULT
PICARD
PICOTIN
PINARD
PINEL
POPE
PRICHARD
QUINLAN
RADEY
RAE
REID
REYES
REYNOLDS
RICE
ROEHL
ROSENBERG
ROY
ROYER
RYAN
SAINT-PIERRE
SANGSTER
SAUVAGEAU
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AV
SA
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PW
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JLE
JNE
AA
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RG
JPJC
R
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
O
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
SGT
SGT
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SGT
SGT
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SGT
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SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SHORTT
SILVERA
A
SIMOURD
SIMPON
SKINNER
SMITH
SMITH
SNODGRASS
STEWART
STIRMEY
STOREY
Y
STOREY
SYNNETT
THOLBERG
TON
TRASK
TURCOTTE
VERONNEAU
VIAU
VIDAL
WALKER
WHEELER
WHITE
WILLCOX
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILVERS
WOODS
WYMAN
ALEXANDER
ALLAIRE
ALLEN
ANDERSON
APPEL
ARSENAULT
AUCOIN
BABIN
BABINEAU
BAIRD
BALLARD
BARNES
BARTON
BATEMAN
BEAUCHEMIN
BELLMORE
BENNETT
BENOIT
BERGERON
BERNATCHEZ
BESWICK
BLACK
BLACKBIRD
BLOUIN
BOND
BOURGAULT
BOYER
BRAKE
BREMNER
BROOKS
BROWN
BUCHAN
BUCHANAN
BURGESS
BURTON
BURTON
BUTTS
BYRNS
CALOGERO
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CARRASQUEIRA
CARRIERE
JP
SC
JA
DM
AJL
HW
RW
AM
JAW
JAG
AJ
AL
JAJ
RD
RSB
CR
KR
JRA
JGL
G
RF
KS
WK
DL
KA
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JA
PA
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GW
MA
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DR
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T
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G
JA
SG
DB
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DP
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BK
RF
DLA
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JC
AC
S
CA
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JLMC
JL
CRF
GJ
JH
DG
TB
DJ
AG
RJ
WT
JMD
D
JA
A
M
R
JRP
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFQA HQ
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB BORDEN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CMTC WAINWRIGHT
CANSOFCOM HQ
CFSU (OTTAWA)
C C ARTY SC
CTC
SCHOOL
OO
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
CDN SPEC OPS
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
ADM (MAT)
4 AD
CFLRS ST JEAN DET BORDEN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
RCSU PACIFIC
1 AD REGT
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
DGMC
5 RALC
1 CMBG HQ
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
6 RAC
2 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
5 RALC
5 GBMC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
LFWA HQ
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
62 RAC
2 RCHA
CFJNBCD COY TRENTON
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
42
15 FD REGT
LFCA TC MEAFORD
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFLSTSC BORDEN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
3 FD REGT
LFQA HQ
10 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB PETAWAWA
CEFCOM HQ
5 RALC
C
4 AD REGT RCAA MONCTON
2 CMBG HQ
Q
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
30 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
CDN SPEC
C OPS
CDN SPEC
C OPS
10 FD REG
GT
4 AD REGT CO
OLD LAKE
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
15 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
LFCA TC ME
EAFORD
2 RCHA
CFAD DUNDURN
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
56 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
7 TOR REG
GT
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
5 RALC
CTC ARTY S
SCHOOL
LFCA TC ME
EAFORD
32 CBG HQ NBCDD TORONTO
5 RALC
15 FD REG
GT
CFB VALCA
ARTIER
5 RALC
7 TOR REG
GT
CFLRS SAIN
NT JEAN
1 RCHA
CFB GAGE
GAGETOWN
CAN PARA CENTRE
1 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
1 FD REGT
CFRC MONTREAL
CFSU (OTTAWA)
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
CARROLL
CARVELL
CHEVALIER
CHIU
CLOUTIER
COLBOURNE
COLEMAN
COTE
COULOMBE
CRAIG
CREPEAULT
CYR
CZAJKOWSKI
DAMJANOFF
DEAN
DESBIENS
DESCHAMBAULT
DIAZ
DICKSON
DIONNE
DOLOMONT
DOWE
DRAKE
DULONG
DUONG
DUPUIS
EKSTROM
EVERETT
EWING
FISK
FITZGERALD
FLYNN
FOSTER
FOWLER
FRANCIS
FURMIDGE
GAGNON
GALLANT
GARRETT
GAUDETTE
GAUVREAU
GENEREUX
GENEST
GILBERT
GITZEL
L
GOLDING
GOODLAND
GOSSELIN
GOSSELIN
GOUIN
GRAHAM
GRIFFIN
GRIMMER
GRULKE
GUILLE
HACHEY
HAMEL
HAMMOND
HARRINGTON
HARRISON
HAUGEN
HAWTIN
HENDRICKSON
HENNEBERRY
HENRY
HENRY
HOFMAN
HOLT
HUSEBY
Y
IMAMOVIC
IRVINE
JOHNSON
CH
JDT
JBD
K
S
DA
AD
JP
JRL
EP
JMM
JD
PG
CB
MVC
PA
A
Y
JE
JFA
JRG
PG
BMA
TR
GC
TV
JNA
DW
RJ
RK
MEG
D
BW
SD
JP
RC
AW
JPD
RA
A
R
JFSP
JES
JBRR
VAE
JCJ
GJ
CA
A
DA
A
JD
T
JDG
G
TG
A
ED
W
CJ
DJR
JGD
EEJ
CJ
EF
JD
FE
J
AA
RK
SW
B
RA
L
JT
KT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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SGT
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SGT
SGT
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SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
KEAN
KEAN
KEATING
KERIK
KHLYUSTOV
KLEIN
KLIMEK
KNAGGS
KOWALISHEN
KUPRESAK
KURP
LABBE
LADOUCEUR
LADOUCEUR
LAMOUROUX
LANGEVIN
LAVOIE
LEBLANC
LEET
LEFEBVRE
LELOND
LEMIEUX
LEVESQUE
LLOY
Y
LLOYD
LORIMER
LUCE
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACPHERSON
MACPHERSON
MACPHERSON
MADORE
MAHER
MAJOR
MANS
MARCHANT
MARNER
MARTIN
MARTIN
MCALEER
MCDONALD
MCKENZIE
MCKINNON
MCLEAN
MCNEIL
MEADOWS
MEIKLE
MELANSON
MENA-OROSTEGUI
MENARD
MEUSE
MIGNEAULT
MORIN
MURPHY
MURRIN
MUSSON
NECHELPUT
NELSON
NERI
NICKERSON
NOEL
L
NORMAND
OFTEDAL
ORLANDO
OUELLET
PAYNE
PENNER
PEPIN
PERRON
PETHICK
CJ
RD
RJ
ML
A
JWG
P
DJL
G
JS
KM
JDSK
JAM
JRA
A
ED
JPEJ
JJM
JDC
K
JDS
CE
JLS
JRD
D
G
R
K
JD
JR
RG
D
J
JJ
ET
DT
MJM
KR
JA
A
N
AW
NR
LA
A
RA
A
R
AC
MG
J
AD
KM
JC
PH
JAM
DL
MCL
JJG
RW
TC
MA
A
TT
D
E
AE
JMD
JGE
DA
A
G
JM
BG
S
JDS
LC
RC
Canadian Gunner
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CFRC OTTAWA
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 CAD HQ WINNIPEG
7 TOR REGT
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
DGISP
WATC DET SHILO
1 FD REGT
TAC SCH
WATC DET SHILO
18 AD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB SHILO
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
LFCA TC DET PETAWAWA
c/o CFSU (O)
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
CFRC ST JOHNS NFLD
5 RALC
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RSCE (PRAIRIE)
LFWA HQ
15 FD REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
10 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
43
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
18 AD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFB V
VALCARTIER
5 RALC
2 RCH
HA
LFCA T
TC MEAFORD
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY
A
SCHOOL
CI SQF
FT VALCARTIER
1 FD REGT
R
7 TOR
R REGT
7 TOR
R REGT
LFAA T
TC GAGETOWN
CTCHQ
Q GAGETOWN
2 RCH
HA
2 GS B
BN PETAWAWA
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
R
LFCA T
TC DET OTTAWA
TAC S
SCH
CFB G
GAGETOWN
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
116 FD
D BTY
10 FD REGT
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
CFB G
GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
R
CF ELECTRRONIC WARFARE CENTRE
CFB E
EDMONTON
1 FD REGT
R
CTC ARTY
A
SCHOOL
2 RCH
HA
LFCA TC
C DET PETAWAWA
CFB B
BORDEN
5 RALC
38 CBGHQ
CI SQF
FT VALCARTIER
5 RALC
4 AD REG
GT RCA MONCTON
WATC
C DET SHILO
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
CFSU (E)
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
MBDR
MCPL
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
PIGEON
POIRIER
POISSON
POPOVITCH
POWER
PRENTICE
QUIGLEY
Y
RAE
RAMSEY
Y
REDFORD
REID
REINDERS
RHEAULT
RICHARDS
RIGBY
Y
RING
RIVARD
RIZZUTO
ROBITAILLE
RUSSELL
SAJADI
SARNELLI
SCHEIB
SEALE
SEAWARD
SEGUIN
SHEPPARD
SIMMONS
SKIDMORE
SKUCE
SLACK
SMITH
SMITH
SPRAGUE
SQUIRES
STEWART
ST-MICHEL
STRICKLAND
STROHM
STUBBINGTON
TARRANT
TEAL
TENNANT
THERRIEN
THIBAULT
THOMPSON
THORBURNE
THORNE
TODD
TOPPLE
TUFTS
TULLETT
VAILLANCOURT
VAMOS
VRKLJAN
WALSH
WARE
WATSON
WEAVER
WILLIAMS
ZACHARUK
ZAFAR
ZIMMER
ABBOTT
ALEXANDER
ALLAN
ANCTIL
L
ANDERSON
APPERLEY
ARCAND
ARMSTRONG
ARSENEAULT
JGD
JPS
CR
B
JM
AP
BD
B
AJ
DA
A
RT
MA
A
JP
KK
CA
A
DJ
JLA
A
JGM
K
K
SC
R
JW
EK
RS
N
TJ
RM
CSA
HR
DP
IM
JR
TD
TA
JMM
DC
JM
A
IJ
SC
RJ
JBM
PJ
B
TA
CW
AG
K
K
AO
JBA
LA
A
A
PJ
RA
S
S
DM
SL
A
DL
LM
RJ
ML
L
MBDI
TC
DR
SJ
CP
JJP
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
ATKINSON
ATTRUX
BAKER
BANNISTER
BARKLEY
BARNES
BAYLIS
BEACH
BEATTY
BEAUDRY
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
BEAUREGARD
BEAVER
BECHMANIS
BELISLE
BERUBE
BINGHAM
BISHOP
BOGLE
BONNEAU
BOODHAN
BOUDREAU
BOUFFARD
BOURGUIGNON
BOURQUE
BRAID
BRINTON
BROOKES
BROOKES
BROWN
BROWN
BUENACRUZ
BUREAU
BURKE
BURNS
CAIRNS
CAMERON
CAMPBELL
CARPENTIER
CHEVREFILS
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLOUTIER
COCHRANE
COLES-WEBB
COLOSINO
COLWELL
COMPTON
CONWAY
CORRIGAN
COULSON
CREPEAU
CROFT
CROOK
CROW
CUSSON
CUTLER
DALTON
DAVIE
DAVIS
DELARGE
DESCHAMPS
DESGAGNE
DESLAURIERS
DEVEAUX
DI GENOVA
DONOVAN
DORION
DORION
DUCHESNE
DUFOUR
RGM
SA
A
DS
KD
RE
SLJ
DJ
BD
RW
JPS
MJ
JPS
JEY
JW
MI
JDS
TD
DH
GG
KW
MJDH
B
JAJ
JJCY
JRM
G
RD
DJ
BG
BG
FAC
JE
J
JRC
KD
MD
SDF
TA
AR
JJPY
RG
JS
MN
JG
CM
P
GG
B
DC
JD
BW
JF
JNP
IW
KE
DA
JR
AA
A
GM
CR
RV
MM
JF
JLS
JPA
PD
JG
RR
DM
JRR
JNMS
MGA
5 RGC VALCARTIER
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
11 FD REGT
CFRC ST JOHNS NFLD
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CFB SHILO
AIRCOM HL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CAN PARA CENTRE
15 FD REGT
WATC DET SHILO
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 BC REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
408 TAC HEL SQN
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 AMS SQN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CFEME BORDEN
44
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
LFC H
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
11 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
CFB HAL
LIFAX
7 TOR REGT
7TH TORO
ONTO REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
G
11 FD RE
EGT
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
5 RALC
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
CFSU (O
OTTAWA)
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT RCA
R MONCTON
5 RALC
CFB BOR
RDEN
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
1 RCHA
5 BC REG
GT
731 COM
MM SQN
1 FD REG
GT
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 AD REG
GT
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
10 FD RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
4 AD REGT RCA
R MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB SHILO
1 AD REG
GT
58 AD BT
TY 6 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ART
ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
CDN SPEC OPS
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
8 WG TRENTON
5 RALC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MCPL
MCPL
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
DUNNETT
DUPLESSIS
ELSON
ENAULT
ETORMA
FALLS
FEDOROV
FEKETE
FISHER
FLYNN
FOSTER
FRASER
FREILL
FRENCH
FUGERE
FURBER
GAGNON
GARDY
Y
GAUTHIER
GAUTREAU
GEE
GERMAIN
GERMAIN
GINGRAS
GODDARD
GODFREY
GODSOE
GORDON
GOUDREAU
GOURLIE
GOW
GRADY
GRAHAM
GREENE
GRESL
GRIMSHIRE
GUERIN
HALE
HALL
HARRIS
HEGG
HENRIQUEZ
HERBERT
HERMAN
HICKS
HIGGINS
HILLIER
HINCH
HOGAN
HOLLAND
HOLLELEY
HOPPER
HORVATH
HOWLETT
HUARD
HUDON
HUSSEY
Y
HYSKA
A
INGLIS
INNISS
IRVINE
JACQUES
JARVIS
JAWORSKI
JOFRE
JONES
KACHANOSKI
KELLAR
KELLEY
KELLY
KENNY
KENNY
MMY
Y
OJ
C
JAJS
JD
TS
GV
R
MJ
JLS
DS
RW
B
SM
JMA
JL
L
CR
KR
JGM
A
AS
JCS
JPP
JAM
RG
SC
CS
JD
JCD
JC
J
RP
AL
PP
CP
W
JCM
TE
RW
CA
A
DG
DK
CR
AA
MA
GE
TS
JI
GD
MW
SF
PJ
KW
AJ
JJG
JORE
GC
SAJ
DR
RA
JT
JMD
JC
TG
R
BC
A
MJ
CT
C
HAN
RE
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
KILLEEN
KING
KIRKPATRICK
KNAP
KNOLL
KOESTLMAIER
KOLGA
A
KOOISTRA
KOSTUK
KREMER
KRISTIANSEN
KURTAGICH
LACERTE
LAHAYE
LAMY
LANGEVIN
LAPLANTE
LARADE
LARADE
LAROCQUE
LEGGE
LENIUS
LEUTE
LILLY
LITTLER
LOGAN
LOHNES
LOUCKS
LYNDE
MACDONALD
MACDONNELL
MACDOUGALL
MACHTMES
MACKEIGAN
MACKENZIE
MACNEIL
L
MALLEY
MANNS
MARRISON
MARTEL
MATTERS
MATTHIES
MAY
MCBURNIE
MCGARRIGLE
MCGOWAN
MCKENZIE
MCLEAN
MCNEELY
MECHALKO
MELSTED
MERSON
MICHAUD
MILLER
MONTEMBEAULT
MONTY
MOREAU
MORGAN
MORNINGSTAR
MORRELL
MORSE
MUISE
MURRAY
Y
MUSGRAVE
NERON
NEUMANN
NEWTON
OLIVER
OLIVER
OLIVER
ORCHARD
ORGAN
JT
SS
JK
DM
BJ
MP
AJ
BE
P
FA
JF
G
JCJ
JA
A
JMA
JJ
JGD
DA
A
MD
BA
A
DM
A
YJJ
TRS
AM
JD
CA
KA
RJ
LA
A
B
DA
G
A
DW
SC
MJ
RJC
G
JBS
GJ
TH
SK
PG
MH
SA
RDR
KJ
C
ME
DR
SE
JD
RK
JDJM
MFJ
JBP
BJ
RJ
KJ
JRGR
C
JM
D
JDE
T
A
EE
G
S
RS
BJ
Canadian Gunner
11 FD REGT
CFSAL BORDEN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CFB EDMONTON
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
COS J3
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
WATC DET SHILO
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
1 RCHA
SECLIST AB ENERGY COMPANY
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
DGOR
11 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFSATE BORDEN
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
HALIFAX
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
45
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFSATE BORDEN
CFB SUFFIELD
LDSH (RC)
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
12 AMS SQN
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCH
HA
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
1 RCH
HA
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
5 BC R
REGT
5 RALC
C
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
CFSU (O)
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
2 RCH
HA
26 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
PK ML
L
5 BC R
REGT
5 BC R
REGT
2 RCH
HA
18 AD REGT
CDN S
SPEC OPS
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
5 BC R
REGT
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
15 FD REGT
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
5 BC R
REGT
1 AD R
REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
5 RALC
C
TAC SCH
COS J3
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
C
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
LFCA TC MEAFORD
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
ORTIZ
OUELLET
OUELLETTE
PANCHUK
PANKRATZ
PAQUIN
PARLEE
PATRY
PAYNE
PEARSON
PECKFORD
PENNER
PERREAULT
PERUSSE
PHILPOTT
PIERRE
PLAMONDON
PLANTE
POIRIER
PONZA
POPOVITS
PORRITT
PORTER
POULIOT
POWELL
L
POWER
PRATT
QUERQUES
QUINN
RAFUSE
READ
REID
REMPEL
REOCH
RICKETTS
ROACH
ROBICHAUD
ROGERS
ROSSITER
ROUSSEAU
RUSSELL
SABADOS
SAUNDERS
SCHMIDT
SHEEHAN
SHILLINGTON
SHORT
SIMMONS
SIMPKINS
SMITH
SMITH
SOPHA
A
SOVA
SPRAAKMAN
STAINTHORPE
STANIEWICZ
ST-HILAIRE
ST-LAURENT
SWITZER
SZILBEREISZ
TALBOT
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TESOLIN
TESSIER
THIBAULT
THOMPSON
TIERNAY
TRITES
TROWBRIDGE
TUFTS
TURNER
AR
JDD
ST
JL
WA
JAR
KM
JHYG
JW
SJ
CA
D
JRES
JYMF
GAW
KB
B
JAS
JY
B
CW
HL
L
CJ
JY
CT
KBV
FJ
JJ
DE
SR
RC
CE
GB
GD
LJ
TE
DL
DC
NJ
JSM
DA
A
DG
CJ
JT
PD
R
BJH
PE
AD
JR
LW
SM
PJRW
CP
GA
L
JJP
SL
DS
JP
JMD
FA
K
VL
L
JED
JRS
RP
WEE
GP
SR
T
PR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
TWOHIG
VERDON
VERNER
VEYSEY
Y
VIAU
VIRGOE
WALKER
WALTS
WAMBOLDT
WARD
WATERFIELD
WEAGLE
WEAVER
WEBB
WERON
WHEELER
WHITE
WIATZKA
WIEBE
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WINTERS
WRIGHT
YOUNG
YOUNG
ABBOTT
ADAMACK
ADAMS
AHLSTROM
AIKENS
AITKEN
AKEROYD
ALLARD
ALMON
AN
ANGERS
ANTLE
APPEL
APPEL
ARROWSMITH
ASPIROT
ATKINSON
AUCOIN
AVERY
AVERY
AYGUN
BABIN
BADCOCK
BAILEY
BAILEY
BAKKE
BALICKI
BALTUS
BANKASINGH
BARDOUK
BARKER
BARKER
BARR
BARTLETTE
BATH
BAYNE
BAZINET
BEATTIE
BEAULIEU
BEDARD
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELL
BELLEMARE-CARON
AT
JNF
HDJ
AJ
JMMP
CSG
SDR
A
BD
S
MJ
GR
AM
E
RS
MA
DT
MF
JN
LJ
WS
GA
M
IJ
BG
OJ
RJ
WJ
EJH
DD
SC
CD
JK
KH
NH
CS
C
DP
KG
WM
MG
JE
VO
J
C
SA
A
H
AA
TR
DRC
MWF
DC
KMJ
LE
TO
S
CT
TC
K
RM
RJ
MW
JRAG
JD
M
JCD
JMC
JRF
JSR
CE
NS
JF
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CDI
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
2 PPCLI
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFSU (OTTAWA)
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFSMI KINGSTON
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
CFB SHILO
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
TAC SCH
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
CFRC GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
CDI
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
15 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
5 RALC
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
46
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFB SHILO
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
5 BC REG
GT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
WATC DE
ET SHILO
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFSU (O
OTTAWA)
1 FD REG
GT
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
15 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
CFB SHILO
CFB SHILO
CFSATE BORDEN
1 RCHA
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
TAC SCH
H
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
10 FD RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
CFB TRE
ENTON
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
CMTC FD SP TP CREW WAINWRIGHT
11 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
CFB PET
TAWAWA
1 RCHA
11 FD RE
EGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD RE
EGT
1 FD REG
GT
26 FD RE
EGT
CFB TRE
ENTON
11 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
11 FD RE
EGT
1 FD REG
GT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BELLOWS
BELVAL
BENCHARSKI
BERGERON
BERIAU
BERNIER
BERTHIER
BEST
BETKER
BETZ
BILLARD
BILODEAU
BIRT
BISHOP
BLACK
BLAEDOW
BLAIR
BLAKELY
BLAKEMORE
BLOWES
BOGGS
BOIS
BOLGAK
BONNAH
BOOKHOLT
BOOTH
BORDELEAU
BOSSE
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUDREAU
BOURDREAU
BOURSIER
BOUTILIER
BOWMAN
BOYD
BOYD
BRAATEN
BRANNEN
BREMNER
BRETON
BRICKELL
BRISTOW
BROCHU
BROCHU
BROMLEY
BROOKS
BROUSSEAU
BROWN
BROWN
BRUNET
BRUNETTE
BUNKE
BURKE
BURTON
BURTON
BUSHEY
BUTLER
BUTLER
BYRNE
CALCUT
CAMERON
CAMPBELL
CANNING
CANUEL
CARD
CARDIN
CARNEGIE
CARON
P
SJY
JE
JDJ
AM
ME
NHA
TD
RW
NPR
PP
CN
RG
DR
SD
I
JD
MLJ
RG
RE
AHL
L
JPC
Y
RS
J
WD
JEL
FJR
JCM
JMJ
JRG
JS
SM
SJC
D
JGD
AR
B.H.
DD
DPL
L
TJN
R
JD
JMA
BL
CL
AJ
MHV
HJ
DV
JJM
J
PA
JPEA
JNM
K
TG
BA
WJ
SK
DC
DLF
CL
CR
TR
GS
SE
JY
GM
PP
TJ
JAG
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CARTWRIGHT
CASEMENT
CASPER T
CASTELLANOS ZETINO
CELESTER
CHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE
CHAPMAN
CHARBONNEAU
CHEUNG
CHILTON
CHOPTY
CHRISTIE
CHURCHILL
CLARK
CLOUTIER
COGSWELL
COLE
COLLINS
COMEAU
COMEAU
COMEAU
CONRAD
CONROD
COOPER
CORBETT
CORDEY
CORKUM
CORMIER
COTE
COUGHLAN
COUPAL
COUTURE
COXWORTHY
COZANNET
CRAWFORD
CROFT
CUGLIARI
CUNNINGHAM
CUPPENS
CURL
CURNEW
DAIGLE
DAJKO
DALTON
D’AMICO
D’ANGELO
DANIELL
DARVEAU
DAVIDSON
DAWE
DAY
DAYMAN
DE GUZMAN
DEAN
DECELLES
DECHAMPLAIN
DEITNER
DELISLE
DEMERS
DEMPSTER
DENNINGER
DEROO
DERRY
DESJARLAIS
DESRUISSEAU
DEVEAU
DEVEAU
DEVEREAUX
DION
DOHERTY
TE
RJ
A
WA
J
E
GCJ
JACT
CR
RTG
K-Y
J
D
JR
TD
DD
C
WM
A
AL
L
E
JA
A
JLJ
BG
S
ATB
MM
SJP
SA
MJ
PGC
CF
EA
A
CJ
NK
YF
R
KA
PA
LJ
SF
RC
RTAJ
ED
JM
TJ
F
L
DSL
M
SM
ST
PA
A
BJD
GJ
KR
VM
SJ
LC
S
JG
TJ
A
JF
TR
TJ
RA
B
D
G
JFM
KR
Canadian Gunner
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
CFB SHILO
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
TAC SCH
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
47
408 TAC HEL SQN
10 FD REGT
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
CFB VALCARTIER
CFB COLD LAKE
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
1 RCH
HA
1 FD REGT
R
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
1 RCH
HA
5 RALC
C
2 RCH
HA
18 AD REGT
1 RCH
HA
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
2 RCH
HA
CFMSS BORDEN
1 RCH
HA
CANSO
OFCOM
15 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
7 TOR
R REGT
2 RCH
HA
TAC SCH
11 FD REGT
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
7 TOR
R REGT
15 FD REGT
TAC SCHOOL
4 AD REG
GT RCA MONCTON
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
5 BC R
REGT
1 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
7 TOR
R REGT
CFB TRENTON
CFSPD
DB EDMONTON
5 RALC
C
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
11 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
5 BC REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB CHILLIWACK
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
DOIRON
DOUCET
DOUCET
DOUCETTE
DOYLE
DOYLE
DRAPEAU
DREW
DRISCOLL
DUCHESNE
DUNKLEY
DUNLOP
DUNNE
DUPONT
DUPRE
DUPUIS
DUPUIS
DURAND
DURSUN
DUTKA
A
DUVAL
DYKE
EBERLE
ELLIS
EMBERLY
EMBREGTS
EMBRETT
EMBRO
EMERY
EMOND
ENGRAM
ERICKSON
ETHIER
EVANS
FAGAN
FAIRBAIRN
FARR
FARROW
FAUVELLE
FAWDREY
FAWDREY
FEHR
FERRIS
FIANDER
FILIATRAULT
FILLION
FINE
FINNIE
FITZGERALD
FLEMING
FLEMING
FLETCHER
FLETCHER
FOOTE
FORREST
FORREST
FORSYTHE
FORTIER
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORYSTEK
FOSTER
FOSTER
FOURNIER
FRANCIS
FRASER
FRASER
FREEMAN
FUJII
FURBER
GAGNE
GAGNON
DM
DS
L
J
BC
KG
PJR
C
BJ
P
G
RS
RW
M
GES
JALM
P
JLPS
NS
AE
JGF
AJ
RG
J
BD
S
PC
BC
JRA
JRJY
TR
AL
CMD
RLM
JET
DT
MDG
BW
JMG
E
S
JA
A
R
RM
DR
IMD
ER
MB
S
AD
EM
A
R
HO
JG
T
R
AJG
JYS
LP
MK
JT
L
AMD
KJ
DD
M
S
J
JA
SJ
JJL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAL
GARRETT
GARRISON
GATHERUM
GAUTHIER
GERDEI
GERVAIS
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIESBRECHT
GIGNAC
GIGUERE
GILLESPIE
GILLIS
GIROUARD
GOBEIL
GODIN
GODIN
GODIN
GOGUEN
GOHM
GOLDING
GONEAU
GOODING
GOODMAN
GOODWIN
GOSSELIN
GOUIN
GOULD
GOUTHRO
GOYER
GRABAUSKAS
GRANT
GRATTON
GRAY
GRAY
Y
GREALEY
GREEN
GREGORY
GUAN
GUILBAULT
GUILBAULT
GUILBEAULT
GUNN
HAGUE
HAIGHT
HAMZIC
HANNAH
HANSFORD
HANSSON
HARALDSON
HARDY
HARPE
HARPELLE
HARRINGTON
HARRIS
HARRIS
HARTMAN
HARVEY
HASSAN
HAUSER
HAWE
HAWKINS
HEMMONS
HERBERHOLZ
HEWITT
HICKEY
HILCHIE
HILL
HILL
JPL
MJ
P
DE
T
L
MC
C
JAS
JA
RA
A
E
JRP
PPA
DJ
KL
HJJN
JPR
EM
JGC
KA
JL
DA
A
CH
JAS
MM
J
EF
SE
JOS
DW
EPW
JMP
PGJ
M
JRR
JLC
NT
MC
JA
A
BJ
ZY
JMC
MJC
JAP
DL
L
MR
S
O
WW
JE
AJC
TS
SE
TA
A
PD
C
C
R
JE
BN
A
T
WD
JJ
AG
M
RD
DR
AC
BC
RA
A
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
10 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
LFCA TC MEAFORD
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CFB GREENWOOD
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
5 BC REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
5 RALC
433 ETAC BAGOTVILLE
48
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
3 ASG GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
11 FD RE
EGT
5 BC REG
GT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CFLRS SA
AINT JEAN
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGTT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA
R MONCTON
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR RE
EGT
2 CMBG HQ
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
11 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
26 FD RE
EGT
1 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
5 RALC
15 FD RE
EGT
CFB GAG
GETOWN
1 RCHA
11 FD RE
EGT
7 TOR RE
EGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
11 FD RE
EGT
10 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
11 FD RE
EGT
CFB SHIL
LO
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFSRDB
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFLRS SA
AINT JEAN
1 FD REG
GT
7 TOR RE
EGT
1 FD REG
GT
11 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
1 FD REG
GT
15 FD RE
EGT
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
TAC SCHOOL
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
HILLIER
HILTON
HIMMELMAN
HO
HOBB
HODGSON
HODGSON
HOMER
HOOD
HOOVER
HORAN
HOUDE
HOUGH
HOVELKAMP
HOWARD
HOWE
HOWELL
L
HOWELL
HOYT
HUBBARD
HUMBER
HUNGAR
HUNKA
A
HWANG
IRVINE
JACKMAN
JACQUARD
JACQUARD
JALBERT
JAMES
JEFFS
JENKINS
JEUNE
JOHNSON
JOKSIMOVIC
JOSEPH
JOUVET
KARG
KAUS
KEENE
KEEPING
KELLEY
KELLY
KELLY
KER
KESHVARI
KHOKHAR
KIDSON
KING
KIRK
KROEKER
KUHNL
KUNTZ
LABADIE
LABBE
LABONTE
LACOSTE
LACROIX
LADEROUTE
LAFONTAINE
LALOR
LAM
LAM
LANCASTER
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANGFORD
LANGFORD
LANGILLE
LANGLOIS
LANK
LAPOINTE
T
C
KG
IC
M
KA
RJE
SL
L
CJ
RR
JE
JAS
KW
W
BM
KIJ
JD
STE
DC
M
DR
JM
ORA
A
JB
CD
J
TAP
KJ
OJL
L
D
MC
A
O
B
N
JLC
JD
JAW
KS
R
JE
D
DFJ
SE
AK
AY
TDC
CD
JK
SD
JJR
K
SJP
JFY
M
JS
P
TE
JLGP
C
JKY
KL
OA
B
K
DA
G
RG
MC
JC
P
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
LARDHI
LARKIN
LAROCHE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LAST
LATULIPPE
LAU
LAVOIE
LAW
LAWRENCE
LAWTHER
LAYTON
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLOND
LEBRASCEUR
LEBRETON
LECLAIR
LECOZ
LEE
LEE
LEFEBVRE
LEGENDRE
LESSARD
LESZCZYNSKI
LEVESQUE
LIMOGES
LITT
LOMBARA
LONDON
LONG
LONGWORTH
LOSCOMBE
LOSIER
LOW
LOW
LOWE
LUCHTMEYER
LUKIV
LUSSIER
LUTEN
LYNCH
LYNDE
LYSHOLM
LYTHGOE
MA
MACARTHUR
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDOUGALL
MACKELVIE
MACKIN
MACKINNON
MACKINNON
MACKINNON
MACLEAN
MACLEAN
MACLEOD
MACNEIL
MACPHERSON
MACRURY
MADDISON
MADORE
MALIKOV
MALTAIS
MANDEVILLE
MARCOUX
A
DJ
JGR
EJP
R
SV
JFL
K
S
K
WT
R.C.
JA
A
AFM
B
EJ
JMF
PM
MJ
GA
JGA
RHJ
M
T
RC
SAS
MAL
JJR
D
JPGR
NS
J
S
SK
SDA
ML
L
JO
G
R
RL
BP
SE
JM
KD
RG
DJW
WK
JF
J
CG
C
D
FI
JA
JL
L
B
DP
LR
M
T
FAP
GA
BM
SGM
SR
KR
ML
L
IR
Y
JJLR
JSS
LMM
Canadian Gunner
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFSRDB
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 PPCLI EDMONTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
5 BC REGT
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CDN SPEC OPS
CFB SUFFIELD
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 BC REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFB VALCARTIER
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
3 ASG GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CMTC WAINWRIGHT
15 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
CFB SHILO
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
4 ESR GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
5 GBMC
49
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CDN SPEC OPS
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
C
1 AMS SQN
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
2 RCHA
A
7 TOR REGT
1 FD R
REGT
1 RCHA
A
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
C
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
A
10 FD REGT
LFAA TC
C GAGETOWN
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
5 BC R
REGT
26 FD REGT
CFB SHILO
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
A
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
A
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
A
7 TOR REGT
CFB/AS
SU KINGSTON
1 FD R
REGT
1 FD R
REGT
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
A
11 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
LDSH (RC)
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
MARLOW
MARMEN
MARR
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTINEZ
MARUYAMA
MASSICOTTE
MATHIEU
MATHIEU
MATYJANKA
MAXIMILIEN
MAXWELL
MAYERS
MCBRIDE
MCCAFFERY
MCCARRON
MCCAULEY
MCCLEMENT
MCCOY
MCDONALD
MCDONNELL
MCGREGOR
MCIVOR
MCKENNA
MCKINNON
MCKNIGHT
MCLEAN
MEADE
MEDCALF
MELANSON
MELVIN
MELVIN
MENDIOROZ
MERMANS
MESSENGER
METHOT
MEUSE
MICELI
MIGNEAULT
MILLETTE
MILLS
MIN
MINK
MONGEAU
MONTGOMERY
MONTGOMERY
MORAN
MOREAU
MORENCY
MORGAN
MORGENSTERN
MORIN
MORIN
MORNEAU
MORRISON
MUELLER
MUISE
MUISE
MULTON
MUNRO
MUNRO
MUNRO
MURPHY
Y
MYERS
MYLER
NELSON
NELSON
NGUYEN
NICKEL
L
NIITTYNEN
R
DC
MW
D
EA
A
RA
WV
K
JSLA
JEP
JJDA
CR
G
BD
P
BCW
C
BM
MJ
CA
C
J
BS
TS
TAA
JP
KG
JSB
CL
L
MW
WA
AA
MA
A
TL
K
PWH
A
IM
RL
L
PM
JLR
S
JA
A
RY
GL
JAYR
DJ
RL
L
RJ
TS
GD
B
A
JGD
JMG
M
KA
JD
C
CAS
LM
DMJ
I
KH
JL
L
D
JP
RBE
TW
PQD
ET
DJW
BDR
BDR
BDR
LS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
NISBET
NOEL
L
NOLIN
NORMAN
NORMAN
NORTHRUP
NOWELL
OBRIEN
ODONNELL
ORZA
OSBORNE
OSBORNE
OSMAN
OSTER
OUELLET
OVERY
PAKHLAVUNI
PALMER
PAPKE
PAQUET
PARDY
PARE
PARENT
PARENT
PARKER
PARKER
PARKIN
PARRIS
PARSONS
PARSONS
PASTERSHANK
PATEY
PATRY
PAUL
PECSI
PEDDLE
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PEMKOWSKI
PENNEY
PENNEY
PEPLER
PEPPARD
PEREIRA
PERO
PERPELUK
PERRON
PERSICO
PHILLIPS
PHILLIPS
PIERCE
PILON
PITRE
PLANTE
PLANTE
POBURN
POIRIER
POLSKY
POLYVYANNY
PONZA
POTTS
POTVIN
POWER
POWER
PRESCOTT
PREVOST
PREVOST
PRIEDE
PRIMMER
PROULX
PULLINGER
RADFORTH
BR
PR
JRJ
TW
C
KC
CGG
SD
KM
M
CH
NGT
E
K
JF
J
K
GC
DP
JSG
WL
JCJF
JJM
SJD
C
J
JF
ND
RG
SC
LB
SL
L
SJG
KR
J
JJ
MK
NS
RA
DJ
RAA
A
R
MRBR
D
RWA
D
JJM
A
M
TJ
KS
RJ
CJF
JFM
JJPY
CJM
TW
PM
A
B
AC
AM
JR
WJH
JCM
DP
JGJF
DJ
PB
JD
DS
WM
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFSCE KINGSTON
CFSRDB
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
LDSH (RC)
5 BC REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
10 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CDN SPEC OPS
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
17 WING WINNIPEG
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
BAGOTVILLE
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFB VALCARTIER
5 RALC
LDSH (RC)
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFB SHILO
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
CFB EDMONTON
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
440 (T) SQN YELLOWKNIFE
11 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
50
CAN PARA CENTRE
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
HMCS PRESERVER
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 BC REG
REGT
11 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REG
GT
7 TOR RE
EGT
5 RALC
15 FD RE
EGT
7 TOR RE
EGT
2 RCHA
LFCA TC MEAFORD
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD RE
EGT
1 FD REG
GT
11 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
GREENW
WOOD
26 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
15 FD RE
EGT
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REG
GT
11 FD RE
EGT
7 TOR RE
EGT
26 FD RE
EGT
5 BC REG
GT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA
R MONCTON
7 TOR RE
EGT
49 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
GREENW
WOOD
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
11 FD RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
7 TOR RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
11 FD RE
REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
CANSOFCOM HQ OTTAWA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CFSRDB
11 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
RAMIREZ
RAMSAY
RAMSEY
RATTIE
RAY
REGIMBAL
REGIS
REIN
RENAUD
RHEAUME
RICE
RICH
RICHARD
RICHARD
RICHARDS
RICHARDSON
RIDEOUT
RIGBY
Y
RIVARD
ROBAR
ROBB
ROBBINS
ROBERGE
ROBERT
ROBERTS
ROBERTSON
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHEAU
ROBINSON
ROCHEFORT
ROGERSON
ROLKA
A
ROSS
ROY
ROZEMA
A
SABEAN
SALEH
SAMPSON
SAMPSON
SANDS
SARK
SARK
SAUVAGEAU
SAVAGE
SCHMIDT
SCHMIDT
SCHNEIDER
SCHULZ
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT
SHAW
SHEPPARD
SHIELDS
SIMARD
SIMMONDS
SIMPSON
SIMPSON
SIMPSON
SINGH
SINGS
SIROIS
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SPANOS
SPEERS
SPENCER
SPICER
G
WA
CB
JA
RR
RA
J
CM
DJ
GJLP
PN
GE
DL
KC
JM
KH
TR
CNC
JNLP
MEJ
MC
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
SPRICENIEKS
SPRUSTON
STACK
STANSFIELD
STAPLES
STEWART
STONE
ST-PIERRE
STUBBS
SUTHERLAND
SWEATMAN
SYLKA
A
SYLVESTER
TAFFINDER
TAHAN
TALBOT
TATCHELL
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TERRY
TESTA
A
THACH
THIBEAU
THIBEAULT
THOMAS
THOMPSON
THORNE
THYSSEN
TIMMS
TIMOSHIN
TOMLINSON
TOTH
TOUCHETTE
TOYNE
TRAVERS
TREKOFSKI
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TROVATO
TUCKER
TUPPER
TURCOTTE
TURGEON
UMLAH
UNDERWOOD
VAILLANCOURT
VAN DAMME
VANDERHULST
VEENSTRA
VELAND
VENNE
VIALETTE
VIGEANT
VILLENEUVE
VOTH
WALKER
WALKER
WALOSZEK
WALSH
WALSH
WALTON
WALTS
WATERS
WATRICH
WEARE
WEAVER
WEEKS
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
WHITTAKER
WICKRAMARATNA
JK
TAD
GDM
BA
A
CR
KM
RG
JCBA
CT
AC
MI
DM
NB
JS
A
JSAP
EO
DF
ID
JE
MG
P
IT
JF
G
MJ
OGT
PW
JP
Y
JA
A
R
JBB
J
CJ
RL
GS
JLA
E
AR
RM
JCD
JGJ
REW
P
CL
JMJ
ZJ
CN
C
JLLE
JAF
JMP
KW
A
CE
H
E
DE
MJ
TA
A
AM
CV
JA
S
JR
DH
JJ
LE
MJ
WVS
Canadian Gunner
MJ
MC
DW
J
K
M
NR
ML
L
JJE
PE
Z
W
S
KJ
JP
M
A
FJ
SS
BM
M
JPEM
SL
L
AP
H
C
CB
BW
D
JG
KP
MC
EVH
MN
KO
AA
A
JW
SP
S
M
JCE
B
KE
LJ
M
SJ
P
HJ
A
SP
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
4 ESR GAGETOWN
CFLRS ST-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
402 SQN WINNIPEG
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
TAC SCH
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
CMTC WAINWRIGHT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
TRENTON
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
LFCA TC MEAFORD
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
51
ENDROITS
LDSH (RC)
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD RE
EGT GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
2 RCHA
A
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
15 FD REGT
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
5 BC R
REGT
2 RCHA
A
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
A
15 FD REGT
CFB VA
ALCARTIER
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
CMTC
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
C
CFB SUFFIELD
5 BC R
REGT
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
A
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
C
1 RCHA
A
5 RALC
C
TRENT
TON
15 FD REGT
TAC SC
CHOOL
15 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
1 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
WIENS
WIERENGA
WILD
WILKINSON
WILL
WILSON
WINDL
WISEMAN
WON
WONG
WOOD
WOOD
WORSLEY
WRIGHT
YETMAN
ZAKARIAN
ZAREMBA
ZELLICK
ZHONG
ZHOU
ZINCK
ZWICKER
ACKER
ADAMS
AHMED
AHN
AKACHUK
ALCIME
ALLAIN
ALLARY
ALLSOPP
ANDERSON
AREL
ARLT
ARMANDA
ARMSHAW
ARMSTRONG
ARSENAULT
ARSENAULT
ARZANI-BIRGANI
ASKOLA
ASTALOS
ATKINS
AUBIN
AUBIN
AUBUT
AUDET
AULENBACK
AVERY
BAE
BAILEY
BALL
BANDEH-MOGHADAM
BARNES
BARNEY
BARRETTE
BARRY
BAYER
BEAMISH
BEAMISH
BEAUDET
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
BEAUREGARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BELAIR
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
EA
AT
R
MLMM
KD
SW
EVM
MS
AJ
E
J
KD
SR
DMW
JGS
HL
TS
NJ
JH
HXW
GG
W
C
SR
HMM
P
D
O
M
MD
AE
JR
D
S
DJA
E
N
J
JDJ
A
JL
K
S
D
M
R
KJM
D
N
H
C
CJ
M
RC
T
JGMR
MAS
J
D
M
M
R
M
MJM
EDD
JL
L
M
W
D
F
JF
S
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
BELANGER
BELL
BELL
BELL
BELLEHUMEUR
BELLEY
BENEDETTI
BENJOE
BENN
BENNETT
BENOIT
BENOIT
BERTHELOT
BERUBE
BERUBE
BHOPA
A
BIDINOST
BIGLOW
BIGRAS
BILAN
BINNS
BIXBY
BLACK
BLAIS
BLANCHET
BLANCHETTE
B-LEVESQUE
BLIGH
BLUE
BOIVIN
BOLAND
BOLEGOH
BONESSO
BONVILLE
BOOKER
BOOTH
BOOTHE-ESPEUT
BORODEY
BOSSE
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHER
BOUCHER
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAULT
BOUFFARD
BOURDEAU
BOUTILIER
BOWMAN
BOWSER
BOZEK
BRETON
BRETON
BREWSTER
BRIAND
BROAD
BROBST
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BRUCE
BRUNET
BURHOE
BURKE
BURROWS
BUSSIERES
BYRDE
CALVE
SJAA
CM
M
S
Y
JARA
DD
D
J
N
C
W
M
C
M
A
RJ
DJ
JSC
JL
L
JH
KD
M
JF
AMGN
N
PM
R
K
F
JP
DS
EC
MJ
S
D
GM
R
MGG
J
JJD
JF
M
E
JJ-S
NRJ
S
M
S
MMLE
A
KW
JC
MT
JMA
JPG
ML
JP
JA
A
R
A
D
G
RF
WE
JCF
JA
A
MB
MCB
MB
AFG
G
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CFB SHILO
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
52
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
T
5 RALC
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
7 TOR REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
5 RALC
10 FD REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REG
GT
26 FD REG
GT
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
7 TOR REG
GT
2 RCHA
CFB SHILO
O
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
T
CFB PETAW
WAWA
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
T
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REG
GT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
CAMBON
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CANART
CANTIN
CANTIN
CAOUETTE
CARDINAL
CAREY
Y
CARLSON
CARON
CARON
CARRIER-BLANCHETTE
CATON
CAVEEN
CHABOT
CHADNEY
CHALUT-VEILLEUX
CHAMBERLAIN
CHANG
CHAO
CHAPDELAINE
CHARETTE
CHARLES
CHARLONG
CHARRON
CHARRON
CHARTRAND
CHELKOWSKI
CHENG
CHETWYND
CHETWYND
CHING
CHOUINARD
CHUTE
CLARK
CLARK
CLARK
CLARK
CLAUS
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
COELHO
COLLIER
COLLIN
COMEAU
COMEAU
COMTOIS
CONNORS
CONQUIST
CONWAY
Y
CORBEIL
CORDY
CORLISS
CORNEAU
CORNECT
CORRIVEAU
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COURCY
Y
CRANNEY
CREANEY
CRIPPS
CROCKER
CRUZ
CURRALL
PGF
D
TA
A
M
P
RA
JF
CFA
A
JT
KR
C
R
JRY
B
MD
SPJA
ERD
M
B
K
KY
C
MJDR
BJ
J
BJF
S
K
D
AK
T
T
G
MA
A
A
JR
LD
R
T
D
D
JP
MJ
S
C
PB
DL
L
CJ
CL
L
S
JC
C
L
MRI
G
JJ
J
P
D
D
F
FRA
JP
S
SJN
J
D
WM
ER
JVB
D
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
CYR
D ANJOU
DAHAN
DAIGLE
DALLAIRE
DANCE
DASPE
DAUDELIN-CORBEIL
DAUPHINAIS
D’AUTEUIL
DAVEY
DAVIES
DAVIS
DAWES
DAWKINS
DAYTON
D’CRUZ
DEBOER
DEGERNESS
DEGERNESS-CRASWELL
DEMERS
DEMERS
DENONCOURT
DESAMPARADO
DESAULNIERS
DESILETS
DESJARDINS
DESJARDINS
DESROSIERS - OUELLET
DEVEAU
DEVEAULT
DEYOUNG
DEZIEL
DIGGS
DION
DION
DOERKSEN
DOHERTY
DONISON
DONOVAN
DOUCET
DOUCETTE
DROLET
DRUMMOND
DUCHARME
DUCHESNE
DUCHESNE-TANGUAY
DUFOUR
DUGUAY
Y
DUGUAY
DULONG
DUMAINE
DUMONT
DUNBAR
DUNPHY
Y
DURAND
DUTCHAK
EDEN
EDMONDS
EGRESSY
EL-BAGHDADY
ELDRIDGE
ELLIOTT
ELLIOTT
ENNS
EUM
EVANS
EVANS
EVELYN
FADER
FANCY-SNAIR
FARINHA
T
JCF
M
JR
CMB
W
E
JJA
S
FD
M
RJA
A
S
G
MG
R
JL
RA
A
TC
M
J
S
WD
DIV
T
N
JRRJ
PM
M
C
JJPD
G
JDJ
A
J
S
RA
ST
AR
MD
L
M
M
M
AR
JMB
J-MA
A
ES
F
J
T
M
PR
R
C
D
RJ
Z
J
KA
JF
AJR
KD
MT
JW
L
DR
RS
L
NA
J
MCL
L
Canadian Gunner
5 RALC
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
53
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 BC REGT
7 TOR REGT
R
11 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
11 FD RE
EGT
5 BC RE
EGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
1 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
CDN SPEC OPS
5 RALC
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
11 FD RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
11 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
1 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD RE
EGT
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
1 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD RE
REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
FARQUHAR
FAUBERT
FIANDER
FIELDWEBSTER
FIGUEROA
FILLION
FITZHERBERT
FIZZARD
FIZZARD
FLEISCHER
FLETCHER
FLIGHT
FLYNN
FLYNN
FOLZ
FORD
FORD
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FOSTER
FOSTER
FRADETTE
FRADETTE
FRANCIS
FRANK
FRASER
FRENETTE
FURMANEK
FURNIVAL
GABEL
GAFFEY
Y
GAGNE
GAGNEMONFETTE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GARDYPIE
GARLAND
GAUTHIER
GAVEL
L
GAWLEY
GEDEON
GEORGE
GERROW
GERVAIS
GERVAIS
GIBSON
GIBSON
GILBY
Y
GILES
GILL
L
GILLIS
GINGRAS
GINGRAS
GINGRICH
GIRARD
GIRARD
GIRARD
GIROUX
GODBOUT
GOGUEN
GONTHIER
GOODMURPHY
GOSSELIN
GOULET-THIBOUTOT
GOURICHON
GRABAUSKAS
GRAJEWSKI
GRATTAN
J
MP
K
EJ
S
R
RD
B
JLC
G
SC
DW
DC
M
NL
DJ
LD
D
D
JRP
PJU
A
J
D
M
SM
R
M
SJYE
J
S
J
B
M
R
CJA
A
J-P
L
S
L
IP
M
D
P
S
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GRAVELLE
GRAY
GREELEY
GREEN
GREENWOOD
GRIFFIN
GUAY
Y
GUILLEMETTE
GUNTON
GUY
Y
HAACK
HABIB
HACHEY
Y
HALDER
HALE
HALLE
HAMEL
HAMILTON
HAMMOND
HANCOCK
HANNAFORD
HANNAH
HANNAH
HANNAM
HARNISH
HARRIE
HARRISON
HARTJES
HARWOOD
HAWKINS
HECIMOVICH
HELKA
HEMEON-MARTIN
HEMPEY
HENDERSON
HENNESSEY
HESSELS
HILL
HOANG
HOFFMAN
HOFFMAN
HOFTYZER
HOLMES
HOLT
HOOPER
HOPE
HOPKINS
HOPP
HOQUET
HOQUET
HOSZKO
HOUGH
HOULE
HOULE
HOULE
HOULIHAN
HOUSTON
HOUTEKAMER
HOVRISKO
HOWARD
HOWELL
HOWLAND
HUBBARD
HUDON
HUDSON
HUNG
HUNTINGTON
HUNTLEY
HUSSINI
HUTCHINGS
HUTCHISON
HYATT
AR
MJT
A
E
R
KCJ
W
JRE
A
KJ
JS
M
WJ
A
CC
JFJR
GK
J
JCA
M
A
C
C
RB
M
D
N
KC
JR
J
MML
L
JB
J
LWT
TJ
S
JB
A
A
KS
RA
A
P
A
SR
EG
APR
E
R
B
C
D
BO
DW
F
R
P
RN
R
AL
S
S
DD
F
D
WS
TF
J
M
Z
CA
A
AR
MN
RA
JGD
T
DL
IJ
S
CA
A
M
D
HS
JLF
CP
J-F
R
S
S
DS
DJ
F
M
JG
P
S
SJ
RAC
H
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
54
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
11 FD REG
GT
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS SA
AINT JEAN
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
11 FD REG
GT
1 FD REGT
11 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
11 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
11 FD REG
GT
5 BC REG
GT
15 FD REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
10 FD REG
GT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REG
GT
11 FD REG
GT
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
5 BC REG
GT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT G
GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
10 FD REG
GT
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
BDR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
IKERENGE
INGRAM
INGRAM
IRELAND
ISIP
JACKSON
JACOBS
JANVIER
JENKINS
JENKINS
JENKINS
JENNINGS
JEONG
JOBB
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JOINER
KANG
KANTORSKI
KELLOWAY
KELLY
KENDALL
KENDALL
KENNEDY
KENNEDY
KEOUGH
KETTLE
KHEIRALLAH
KHLYUSTOV
KHOUDJA POIRIER
KHOURY
Y
KIM
KING
KINSMAN
KIRK
KNEE
KNELL
KOESLAG
KOLOPENUK
KONIK
KOOTENAY
KOROLKOV
KOROLUK
KOSY
Y
KOWALEWSKA
KUCHARIK
KUZYK
LABADZE
LABRECQUE
LACELLE
LACHANCE
LACHANCE
LACHAPELLE
LACOSTE
LACROIX
LAGACE
LAJAMBE
LAJOIE
LAJOIE
LAKE
LALONDE
LALONDE
LAM
LAMARRE
LAMARRE
LAMBERT
LAMBERT
JA
R
W
A
CAL
AV
JG
JME
C
DJ
KTJ
D
WJ
RC
JL
L
JO
J
KD
KJ
KL
RD
C
T
M
JB
RJ
J
RA
M
R
AD
G
E
P
K
MAM
DHD
D
GS
JT
JW
NJ
J
P
A
J
SA
CD
ND
M
MD
M
G
C
RVC
E
JP
JF
KFM
JJS
L
JL
C
D
SK
FJCR
JJCA
A
WCW
D
JFJG
RJJ
S
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANGLAIS
LANGLOIS
LANGLOIS
LAPHAM
LAPIERRE
LAPLANTE
LARDNER
LARIVIERE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LAU
LAVALLIE
LAVERS
LAVERTU
LAVIGNE
LAVIGNE-ORTIZ
LAVIOLETTE
LEARMONTH
LEBLANC
LEBRUN
LEDOUX
LEE
LEE
LEE
LEE
LEFORTE
LEGAULT
LEGGE
LEMIEUX
LEMIEUX
LEMIEUX
LESSARD
LETENDRE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
L’HEUREUX
LI
LILLIE
LIVELY
LOGUE
LOISELLE
LOLLIER
LOMBARD
LONGMIRE
LORTIE
LOSIER
LU
LUSK
MA
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACINTOSH
MACINTYRE
MACKINNON
MACLEAN
MACLEOD
MACNEIL
L
MAGGIOLO
MAHEU
MAHEUX
MAHONEY
MAJUMDER
MALLEY
MANDA
MANG
MANGROVE
E
GJF
JGR
K
GM
L
DF
MPJ
EJ
CJ
C
F
SJM
C
JPL
L
CL
P
D
O
J
C
CM
R
JSJ
DW
JCH
K
K
DW
JB
MR
DFP
MJL
R
MD
TJR
E
P
R
SA
N
R
RGS
MK
G
O
L
Canadian Gunner
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
10 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
55
QC
PN
P
D
J
A
R
S
SP
PR
M
C
G
JEB
AM
M
E
J
TL
AH
S
G
A
C
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
2 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REG
GT GAGETOWN
5 BC RE
EGT
2 RCHA
A
CTC ART
TY SCHOOL
1 FD RE
EGT
15 FD REGT
R
2 RCHA
A
5 RALC
2 RCHA
A
15 FD REGT
R
7 TOR REGT
R
1 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
A
4 AD REG
GT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
A
4 AD REG
GT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 BC RE
EGT
7 TOR REGT
R
2 RCHA
A
4 AD REG
GT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
A
5 RALC
2 RCHA
A
1 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
A
5 RALC
1 RCHA
A
7 TOR REGT
R
1 FD RE
EGT
15 FD REGT
R
5 BC RE
EGT
1 FD RE
EGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFB PETAWAWA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
MANUEL
L
MARCIL
MARDYNALKA
MARIER
MAROIS
MARSMAN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTINEAU
MARTINEAU
MASALES
MATHESON
MATHIEUY
MAURICE
MAURICE
MAY
MAY
MAYER
MCAULEY
MCCARTHY
MCCLELLAND
MCDANIEL
MCDERMOT-FOUTS
MCENTEE
MCGINNIS
MCGUIRE
MCINTYRE
MCLELLAN
MCLEOD
MCMILLAN
MCMULLAN
MCNEIL
L
MCNEIL
MCPHERSON
MECHAKRA
MEGER
MENDES
MERCADO
MERCIER
MESSERSCHMIDT
MICHAUD
MICHAUD-HEBERT
MILES
MILLAR
MILLER
MINK
MOHAMMAD NAIM
MOLLOY
MONDERIE
MORILLON
MORIN
MORPHET
MORTON
MULVILLE
MURDOCH
NARAINE
NELSON
NELSON
NEVES
NG
NGAN
NGUYEN
NICHOLSON
NICOLE
NOLET
NORMAND
NUTTALL
L
NYIMU
O’DELL
O’DELL
L
J
J
KKJ
B
SEA
MA
A
F
JA
JME
LRJ
C
D
M
R
JR
J
JRJ
MG
RJ
TP
D
DM
BR
B
ZB
T
W
TM
RA
A
J
PAG
C
P
D
MD
AL
L
T
JT
RD
MDC
JDP
LM
JK
S
BF
S
J
JP
N
N
MARJ
R
B
M
CJI
A
M
AR
A
DWB
C
A
S
A
JE
SJMR
PR
S
JD
S
A
DL
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
BDR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
O’DELL
L
O’DONNELL
O’HAGAN
OHANLON
OKEM
O’NEILL
L
OSADCHUK
OSBOURNE
OSWALD
OUELLET
OUELLETE
OUWENDYK
PAQUET
PAQUIN-PAUZE
PARADIS
PARADIS
PARE
PARENT
PARENT
PARENTEAU
PARKER
PARRILL
PARROTT
PARSONS
PATON
PATRY-YOUNG
PATTERSON
PAUL
L
PAYETTE
PAYNE
PAYTON
PEJANOVIC
PELLERIN
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLEY
PEMBLETON
PENNEY
PEPIN
PERALTA-VINTIMILLA
PERREAULT
PERRY
PETERS
PETERS
PETKOVICH
PICARD
PIGEON
PIKE
PINKNEY
PINKNEY
PINNEGAR
PITMAN
PLANETTA
PLANTE
POD
POIRIER
POLLARD
POLYWKAN
PORTER
POWELL
L
POWER
POWERS
PRICE
PRICE
PROSPER
PRYCE
PULLEN
QUIRING
RAMSEY
Y
SM
JS
NGV
CP
TD
RAC
N
ACJ
HC
J
S
AM
S
MAF
J
V
DP
D
D
MSC
A
JR
WWR
BG
AK
J
A
JRR
JF
J
AK
V
C
A
H
J
JCV
KJ
DJ
CDC
MJA
A
DA
CG
A
J
B
BR
D
CJLN
D
CD
C
TRG
JG
R
SW
D
TW
PJS
RC
RK
A
W
E
LTW
CA
J
CAW
SR
DR
KE
MB
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
56
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
408 TAC HEL SQN
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
15 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
26 FD RE
EGT
15 FD RE
EGT
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
26 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
10 FD RE
EGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
10 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY
Y SCHOOL
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CDN SPE
EC OPS
7 TOR RE
EGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REG
GT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
CANSOFC
COM
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFB SUFFIELD
11 FD REGT
4 AD Regt
1 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
26 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 BC REG
GT
1 FD REG
GT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE NOM
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
RANDALL
RAOUL
L
RATELLE
RATELLE
RAY
RAYMOND
REED
REGEY
Y
REGIMBALD
REICKER
REID
RENAUD
RENOU
REYNOLDS
RHEAUME-LAFLEUR
RICE
RICHARD
RICHARDSON
RIGGS
RIOUX
RIOUX-GOYETTE
ROACHE
ROBBINS
ROBERTS
ROBICHAUD
ROBIDOUX
ROCHE
RODRIGUE
RONDEAU
ROODZANT
ROSS
ROSS
ROSS
ROTH
ROUILLARD
ROY
ROY
ROZALOWSKY
ROZON
RUMBOLT
RUTTAN
RYLOTT
SAMSON
SANDERS
SANTOS
SAULTER
SAVARD
SCHAEFER
SCHUITEBOER
SCOTT
SECORD
SEDGWICK
SEE
SHEA
SHEAVES
SHEETS
SHELDRICK
SHEPPARD
SHEPPARD
SHERK
SHERWOOD
SHIELS
SHORTING
SIMMS
SIMONEAU
SIMONEAU
SIMPSON
SIROIS
SKEHEN
SLADE
SLUGOSKI
SMALL
NA
J
APG
JFJG
WRJ
C
AM
NMD
JG
M
GJJP
JJCB
F
S
F
J
MF
A
H
M
MA
GS
S
TS
E
EJL
J
P
PL
S
CM
D
R
KA
PMA
JJR
JL
MJ
CJSJ
T
S
JG
CJD
P
R
C
S
M
S
IAG
BM
DJ
AO
DC
J
MR
MD
L
T
K
MB
TLG
T
K
J
JS
RCW
M
SA
KM
S
M
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
Canadian Gunner
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
ASU TORONTO
5 RALC
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
57
INITS
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SOJKA
SONG
SOOP
SORENSEN
SPEARS
SPILKIN
SPRINGMAN
STACEY
Y
STALEY
Y
STANFORD
STANIEWICZ
STEEVES
STEVENSON
STODGELL
STOREY
Y
ST-PIERRE
STRAUS
STYLES
SUNDOWN
SURETTE
SWANSON
SWARTZ
SWEEZEY
SWIM
SYLVESTRE
SYME
TABB
TASKER
TATCHELL
TATCHELL
TAYLOR
TESSIER
TESSIER
TETLOCK
THERRIEN-COULOMBE
THIBAULT
THIBEAULT
THIBODEAU
THIBODEAU
THIESSEN
THOMAS
THOMAS
THOMPSON
THOMPSON
THOMPSON
THORBAHN
THORBURN
THORDARSON
TOBIN
TOMCZYK
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TREMBLETT
TRICK
TRICK
TRIMM
TROTT
TSANG
TSE
TUCKER
TURMEL
L
TYMCHAK
UKRAINZOW
VAILLANCOURT
ENDROITS
AP
D
G
JA
M
RJ
RM
KT
AJ
T
G
F
G
PJ
JN
JJ
SE
L
D
H
J
DP
C
CMS
D
K
C
WL
BRJ
S
P
F
T
S
S
A
T
JE
PLS
YJC
TE
K
C
H
A
J
NJ
J
M
H
M
RB
J
S
T
BL
N
A
BS
K
A
BT
LC
S
WC
E
JCK
JIR
JF
D
AJ
CRC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
10 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
5 BC REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD R
REGT
5 BC R
REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD R
REGT
1 RCHA
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
C
1 RCHA
1 FD R
REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
CTC AR
RTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
1 RCHA
5 RALC
C
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REG
GT RCA MONCTON
1 FD R
REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD R
REGT
1 FD R
REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REG
GT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
VAILLANCOURT
VALDIVIA
VALIQUETTE
VALLEVAND
VAN ECK
VAN NORDEN
VAN SLYKE
VANDECAVEYE
VANDERZWAAG
VEILLEUX
VEILLEUX
VEZINA
VEZINA-GIRARD
VIOLY
VISCA
A
VOAKES
WALKER
WALKER
WALLER
WARD
WARREN
WEGNER
WEIR
WEIR
WELLS
WENTZELL
WHITE
WHITTEN
WIEBE
WILL
WILLIAMS
WILLMOT
WILSON
WILSON
WILSON
WINSOR
WONG
WONG
WONG
WONG
WONNENBERG
WOODMAN
WOTHERSPOON
YANIRE
YOUNG
YOUSUF
YU
YUNG
YUZCAPPI
ZAHR
G
O
AR
PC
B
WA
M
L
KD
EJG
JP
GB
J-S
RJ
BB
W
C
SDR
PC
M
KR
DJA
KP
SJW
CE
J
JJD
RJ
JL
RB
J
PAT
A
RGS
RJ
JC
J
M
OWR
S
DN
W
LJ
J-FJ
A
ZM
DB
V
W
R
2 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CTC ARTY SCHOOL
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
10 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
58
L’Artilleur Canadien
Notes
Canadian Gunner
59
Notes
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