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THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
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THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
April 2010
Avril 2010
Volume 44
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
Brigadier General E.B. Beno, OMM, CD
Colonel commandant, le Régiment royal
de l’Artillerie canadienne
Brigadier Général E.B. Beno, OMM, CD
Senior Serving Gunner
Lieutenant General A.B. Leslie, CMM, MSC,
MSM, CD
Artilleur en service principal
Lieutenant Général A.B. Leslie, CMM, MSC,
MSM, CD
Director of Artillery
Colonel D.D. Marshall, OMM, CD
Directeur de l’Artillerie
Colonel D.D. Marshall, OMM, CD
Commander Home Station
Lieutenant-Colonel L.J.M. Généreux, CD
Commandant de la garnison Régimentaire
Lieutenant-Colonel L.J.M. Généreux , CD
Editor-in-Chief
Vacant
Rédacteur en chef
Vacant
Managing Editor
Captain R.W. Vandermolen, CD
Directeur de la rédaction
Capitaine R.W. Vandermolen, 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 ............................................................................................................................6
1st Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery .................................................................................................................8
2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery ...............................................................................................................10
5é Régiment d’artillerie légère du Canada ....................................................................................................................12
4th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ....................................................................................................................................14
Royal Canadian Artillery School
École d’artillerie de campagne .....................................................................................................................................16
Royal Canadian Artillery Band ......................................................................................................................................18
1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment and
84th Independent Field Battery, RCA .........................................................................................................Did not submit
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 ................................................................................................................22
7th Toronto Regiment, RCA ...........................................................................................................................................23
38th CBG Artillery Tactical Group
(10th Field Artillery Regiment, 26th Field Artillery Regiment, 116th Independent Field Battery) ......................................24
11th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA..............................................................................................................Did not submit
15th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................26
20th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................27
30th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................28
49th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................29
56th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................30
62é Régiment d’Artillerie de Campagne, ARC ..............................................................................................................31
1st Air Defence Regiment
(Landmark and Renfrew Scottish), RCA....................................................................................................Did not submit
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18th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ..................................................................................................................................32
RHQ RCA/QGR ARC ...................................................................................................................................................33
RCA Museum/
Musée de l’ARC............................................................................................................................................................34
Royal Canadian Artillery Association/
L’Association de l’artillerie royale canadienne...............................................................................................................35
Règlements de la compétition pour l’essai en Mémoire du Colonel Geoffrey Brooks/
The Colonel Geoffrey Brooks Essay Rules and Submission Deadlines.......................................................................36
Proud Supporters of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery/
Les supporters fier nos contributeurs au La Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ................................................37
Regimental Fund Financial Statement 09-10/
État de Compte du Fond Régimentaire 09-10 ..............................................................................................................38
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery Listing by Rank/
Liste par Grade du Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ......................................................................................39
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Message from the
Colonel Commandant
Mot du
Colonel Commandant
The Guns! Thank God, the Guns! That is an expression
that has not been echoed in decades. But, the “Guns,”
that is, Canada’s Gunners, are making a significant difference in Afghanistan today. We Gunners are fighting
the fight alongside our Infantry, Armoured and Engineer teams, and we are highly integrated in all levels of
operations from the section to the theatre level. We are
leading the way as the eyes, ears, sensors, nerve system and fighting arms of the battles. In the early nineties,
the peacekeeping era, the Guns were fast becoming an
extinct species. Our potential contribution on the battlefield was not clearly evident to all in the Army, and our
very raison d’être was in question. But no matter what
the flavour of the day was, there was a hard core of Gunners that kept alive the battle-winning concepts and skillsets that they knew would one day be called upon. Well,
that day has arrived, and the theatre of operations is
Afghanistan – and the Gunners are doing more than their
share of the heavy lifting. The infantry and armoured
go nowhere without their guns in range, ammunition at
hand, and a plan for the rapid application of all available
Gunner assets and capabilities.
L’artillerie! Dieu merci, l’artillerie! Voilà une expression que
nous n’avons pas entendue depuis des décennies. Mais «
l’artillerie », en fait l’artillerie canadienne, fait toute la différence
en Afghanistan actuellement. Nous, les artilleurs, luttons aux
côtés de notre infanterie, de nos blindés et de nos troupes du
génie. Nous sommes hautement intégrés, à tous les échelons,
depuis celui de la section jusqu’au théâtre même des opérations. Nous montrons le chemin en étant les yeux, les oreilles,
les capteurs, le système nerveux et les bras combattants des
batailles. Au début des années 1990, à l’époque des missions
de paix, l’artillerie était en train de devenir rapidement une
espèce en voie d’extinction. Notre contribution potentielle sur le
champ de bataille n’était alors pas évidente pour beaucoup de
monde dans l’armée, et notre raison d’être même était remise
en question. Mais en dépit du goût du jour, un noyau d’artilleurs
coriaces subsistait, maintenant en vie les concepts de victoire
sur le champ de bataille et les compétences requises qui allaient être nécessaires à nouveau un jour. Et bien ce jour est
arrivé, et le théâtre des opérations, c’est l’Afghanistan – et les
artilleurs font vraiment leur part. L’infanterie et les blindés ne
vont nulle part en dehors de la portée de l’artillerie, dotée de
stocks de munitions à proximité, et d’un plan pour l’application
rapide de toutes les capacités et forces de l’artillerie.
This annual “Canadian Gunner” tells this story and that
of the people who make up the Gunner family – soldiers
who are proud, professional, enthusiastic and dedicated.
It tells the story of those in the front lines, and those who
make it possible for the Gunners in theatre to achieve
what the great accomplishments they have. It tells the
story of our Regiments, families, friends and supporters
Ce numéro annuel de L’Artilleur canadien raconte cette histoire, comme celle des membres de la famille des artilleurs –
des militaires qui sont de fiers professionnels, enthousiastes et
dévoués. Il relate l’histoire de ceux qui sont au front, et de ceux
qui permettent aux artilleurs du théâtre d’effectuer leurs grands
accomplissements. Il reprend l’histoire de nos régiments, de
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nos familles, de nos amis et soutiens – ceux que nous chérissons, ceux que nous avons perdus, et ceux qui poursuivent le
combat. Et quelle merveilleuse histoire cela est.
– those we cherish, those we have lost, and those who
carry on the fight. And what a wonderful story it is.
In the coming year I will strive to make more Gunners
join or re-join our associations, networks, re-unions
and functions. The leadership of the Royal Regiment is
fully engaged in transforming and energizing the “governance” of our Regimental family. There are numerous
initiatives that will help tell our wonderful story, and I’d
like all who are part of our extended family to connect,
do what you can, and enjoy the comradeship and friendship of our/your Royal Regiment. We will need a sense
of solidarity, cohesion and family as we move into the
future – and by telling our story, the Annual Canadian
Gunner reminds who we are, where we are and where
we should be going.
Good Shooting to all!
Cette année, je tenterai d’encourager encore plus d’artilleurs à
devenir ou redevenir membre de nos associations et réseaux,
et à participer à nos réunions et fonctions. Le leadership du Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne est pleinement engagé
dans la transformation et la revitalisation de la « gouvernance
» de notre famille régimentaire. De nombreuses initiatives
nous aideront à relater notre merveilleuse histoire, et j’aimerais
que tous ceux qui font partie de notre grande famille élargie
communiquent avec nous et fassent ce qu’ils peuvent, profitant
de la camaraderie et de l’amitié de notre régiment loyal. Nous
aurons besoin des sens de la solidarité, de la cohésion et de la
famille pour aller de l’avant – et en racontant notre histoire, le
numéro annuel de L’Artilleur canadien nous rappelle qui nous
sommes, où nous en sommes, et où nous devons aller.
Ubique!
Bon tir à tous!
Ubique!
Ernest Beno
Colonel commandant
Ernest Beno
Colonel Commandant
Colonel Commandant serves as “Number 2” with “C” Battery, at Sperwan Ghar, Afghanistan, Saint Barbara’s day, 4 December 2009
Le colonel commandant a servi comme no 2 avec la Batterie C, à Sperwan Ghar, Afghanistan, le jour de
la Sainte-Barbe, le 4 décembre 2009
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Message from the
Director of Artillery
Mot du
Directeur de L’Artillerie
Fellow Gunners,
Chers artilleurs,
In the 2008 edition of “The Canadian Gunner” I articulated
my focus of activity for 2009 along three lines of operationsto strengthen the positional gains made during the last
year; to bring about a lessons learned process from our
operational experiences; and to visit as many Reserve
units as possible. I am happy to report progress in all three
areas.
Our transformational goals have been accepted and
endorsed by the Army leadership. Our structural changes
in the Regular Force Regiments will commence in 2010
with the stand-up of the Observation Batterys (Z, Y and
V Btys). In 2011, we will stand up our Surveillance and
Target Acquisition (STA) Batterys in those same Regts. The
equipment sets for the latter batterys are moving into the
procurement process now. We will be able to establish a
western and eastern fleet of SUAV, with every troop having
the sufficient training equipment to conduct meaningful
C2 and simulation flying training. Once combat operations
are completed in Afghanistan, we will re-set the HALO and
LCMR equipment inventory and reallocate accordingly to
Regular and Reserve units.
We still have a number of newer challenges to face in the
interim period. Due to a combination of financial stresses
felt on DND (and the rest of the government, for that matter),
the Long Range Precision Rocket System procurement
has been delayed for up to two years. However, the Multi
Role Radar Project (required for both weapon locating and
air defence applications) remains on track. The Army’s
announcement to divest the ADATS system commencing
Dans l’édition 2008 de l’Artilleur canadien, j’ai présenté le point
de mire de mes activités pour 2009 selon trois lignes d’opération –
renforcer les gains positionnels effectués au cours de l’an dernier,
appliquer un processus basé sur les leçons apprises de nos
expériences opérationnelles, et visiter autant d’unités de Réserve
que possible. Je suis heureux d’annoncer que des progrès ont été
effectués dans ces trois volets.
Nos objectifs de transformation ont été acceptés et endossés par
le leadership de l’Armée. Nos changements structurels au sein des
régiments de la Force régulière commenceront en 2010, avec la mise
sur pied des batteries d’observation (Z, Y et V). En 2011, nous mettrons
sur pied nos batteries de surveillance et acquisition d’objectifs (SAO)
dans ces mêmes régiments. Le processus d’approvisionnement du
matériel pour ces batteries ne cesse de progresser. Nous serons en
mesure d’établir des parcs de véhicules est et ouest de SUAV, chaque
troupe ayant suffisamment de matériel d’instruction pour effectuer
une instruction significative en matière de simulation de vol et avec
le C2. Après la fin des opérations de combat en Afghanistan, nous
réorganiserons l’inventaire du matériel HALO et RLRM et procéderont
à sa redistribution au sein des unités de la Force régulière et de la
Réserve.
Nous avons de nouveaux défis à relever en attendant. Avec le
stress financier qui est venu frapper le MDN (tout comme le reste du
gouvernement), l’acquisition du système de roquettes de précision à
longue portée est reportée d’au moins deux ans. Toutefois, le projet de
radar multi-rôle (nécessaire pour les applications de positionnement
de pièces et de défense aérienne) est toujours en cours. L’annonce
par l’armée de se départir du système ADATS à partir de 2011
nous pousse à rechercher rapidement une nouvelle solution afin de
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in 2011 causes us to push hard in finding a new solution in
order to minimize the gap in AD capability. For Gunners, it
remains a massive undertaking to manage and monitor all
of these projects and see them through to fielding.
During 2010 we will need to take the next move in
validating our Reserve Force structures. This flows logically
from the analysis undertaken to assign them operational
tasks in support of the Reg F units. We must ensure that
our Reserve units remain healthy, vibrant and relevant
to the mission. In doing so, we must also ensure that we
cater to those unique features of reserve units in order to
maximize training and career development.
Within the training domain, I have directed further
refinement to our most precious courses- the IG and AIG
courses. Commencing in 2009, I directed an integrated AIG
course to incorporate Field, STA, OP and AD disciplines to
be taught to all. In 2010 we will conduct an integrated pilot
IG course to combine both the FD and AD disciplines. In
2011, I e xpect to see further refinement on the latter with
a strong module on STA. The expansion of the “streams”
now bein
n g faced by Officers and NCOs alike are forcing
us down this path. Generally speaking, we must have
better kn
n owledge of all the streams if we are to be able
to offer flexibility of career and employment opportunities.
At the recent
ecent AMOR in Ottawa I also served notice that
it was tim
m e for the Gunners to compress into one tradeArtillerym
m an. Our future capabilities combined with a crush
on our institutional framework and limited training budgets,
demand t hat we re-think how we can train and man all these
capabilities. I will mature this concept during 2010.
Staying
g on the theme of training, I was most impressed by
my visit t o the Reserve Summer Training venue at Sault St
Marie and Grayling, MI, ably supported by 49th Field Regt
RCA thishis
past summer. I was able to meet Gunner students
and instrr uctors from all over Ontario and the Maritime
provincess . I was also heartened by shorter visits to 5th
Field Reg
g t, 11th Field Regt and 30th Field Regt. I am very
pleased t o report that the Reserve Gunners remain highly
motivated
d and eager to serve alongside in operations- a job
that they are doing tremendously well
well.
Finally,, and after a long period of neglect, we should see
a more v ibrant and capable RHQ RCA staff “taking post”
in the summer of 2010. I have tried to push as much talent
as possible into RHQ in order to meet the hefty load of
important Regimental family issues still unattended.
By the time most of the Gunner community is able to read
this messs age, I will likely have relinquished my appointment
as Directt or and taken up new duties in the service of the
CF. Thiss two year term has gone fast- too fast. I remain
tremendo
o usly grateful to The Colonel Commandant and Arty
Council f or their heightened engagement, trust and wise
counsel. I am equally indebted to the support of the small
team of “ Ninjas” who have helped move the yardsticks and
kept me s mart with sterling situational awareness. Special
thanks to
o the Deputy Director,
Director senior School staff,
staff and the
DLR and DAD/DAT teams.
I wish
h continued success to all Gunners serving on
operation
n s at home or abroad. 2010 will be one of the
busiest y ears for Gunners as they support all manner of
operation
n s including ATHENA, PODIUM, HESTIA and
CADENC
C E.
Good Luck and Good Shooting
g to All,
minimiser le vide en matière de capacité AA. Pour les artilleurs, cela
reste une entreprise massive que de gérer et de contrôler tous ces
projets et de voir à leurs applications sur le terrain.
Au cours de 2010, nous devrons entreprendre la prochaine étape
de validation des structures de nos forces de Réserve. Cela découle
logiquement de l’analyse entreprise afin de les assigner à des tâches
opérationnelles en soutien aux unités de la force régulière. Nous devons
nous assurer que nos unités de Réserve restent en santé, vibrantes
et pertinentes à la mission. Ce faisant, nous devons également nous
assurer que nous répondons aux caractéristiques uniques des unités
de la Réserve afin de maximiser l’instruction et le perfectionnement
professionnel.
Dans le domaine de l’instruction, j’ai ordonné que l’on améliore nos
cours les plus précieux - les cours IA et IAA. Dès 2009, j’ai dirigé un cours
IAA intégré afin d’y incorporer les disciplines Artillerie de campagne,
SAO, OP et AA à enseigner à tous. En 2010, nous effectuerons un
cours pilote IA intégré afin de combiner les disciplines Artillerie de
campagne et AA. En 2011, je m’attends à ce qu’on obtienne un cours
AA plus raffiné, avec un module SAO bien établi. L’expansion des «
tendances » confronte maintenant autant les officiers que
e les sousofficiers, et nous force à emprunter cette voie. De façon géné
érale, nous
devons mieux connaître toutes les tendances si nous voulo
ons être en
mesure d’offrir plus de souplesse en matière de possibilités d
d’emploi et
de carrière. Au récent EAGPM à Ottawa, j’ai également fait remarquer
qu’ilil était temps que tous les artilleurs soient réunis dans un groupe
qu
professionnel à leur nom. Nos capacités à venir, combiné
ées avec la
réduction de notre cadre institutionnel et nos budgets d’instruction
limités, exigent que nous repensions comment nous allons
s enseigner
et doter ces capacités. Je vais me pencher sur ce concep
pt au cours
de 2010.
Toujours sur le thème de l’instruction, j’ai été très imp
pressionné
par ma visite lors de la saison estivale d’instruction de la Réserve à
Sault St Marie et à Grayling, au Michigan, savamment sou
utenue par
le 49e Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC. J’ai eu l’oc
ccasion de
rencontrer des stagiaires et instructeurs de l’Artillerie pro
ovenant de
partout en Ontario et des provinces Maritimes. J’ai égalemen
nt apprécié
mes visites aux 5 RAC, 11 RAC et 30 RAC. J’ai l’extrême
e plaisir de
rapporter que les artilleurs de la Réserve restent hautementt motivés et
toujours avides de servir aux côtés de la Force régulière en opérations
– un travail qu’ils
qu ils accomplissent extrêmement bien
bien.
Enfin, après une longue période de négligence, nous de
evrions voir
du personnel plus vibrant et capable de l’ARC entrer en ffonction au
PCR dès l’été 2010. J’ai tenté de faire entrer le plus de talent possible
au PCR afin d’abattre l’énorme tâche de répondre aux questions
importantes de la famille régimentaire toujours non résolues
s.
Lorsque la collectivité des artilleurs lira ce messag
ge, j’aurai
vraisemblablement déjà quitté mon poste de directeur pou
ur m’atteler
à de nouvelles tâches au service des FC. Cette affectatio
on de deux
ans a passé vraiment trop vite. Je suis extrêmement reco
onnaissant
au colonel commandant et au Conseil de l’artillerie pour le
eur profond
engagement, leur confiance et leurs sages conseils. Je tiens
également à souligner combien je suis reconnaissant du ssoutien qui
m’a été apporté par les petites équipes de « ninjas » qui m’ont aidé
à apprécier les faits et en m’offrant une connaissance de la
l situation
incomparable Je remercie tout spécialement le directeur adjoint, le
incomparable.
personnel de l’École et les équipes DBRT et DDAT/DIAT.
Je souhaite à tous les artilleurs de continuer de connaître la réussite
en opérations, au pays comme à l’étranger. L’année 2010 sera l’une
des plus occupées qui soient pour les artilleurs, alors qu
u’ils seront
appelés à soutenir plusieurs opérations, notamment les opérations
Athena, Podium, Hestia et Cadence.
Bonne chance et bon tir à tous,
UBIQU
UE !
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UBIQUE !
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1st Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
BREECH
well as rear party support for all of these rotations, 1 RCHA activity
was easily comparable to a Divisional Level Joint-Offensive Fire
Plan.
What a year for the First Regiment! 2009 struck with a
boom, flew at muzzle velocity and disappeared like a round from
the gun position. It feels as if 2009 lasted no longer than a simple
fire plan: that is, until we reflect on our countless achievements.
Given Op PALACI, Op ATHENA (TF 5-08, TF 5-09, & TF 3-09),
Op PODIUM, and Op PALACI again, we’re starting to wonder if
First Regiment means “task them first.” It really was a year to be
proud of.
Op PALACI is Avalanche Control (AVCON) in Roger’s Pass,
BC and 26 Fd Regt and 15 Fd Regt supported this Op with
significant manpower on Roto 2 in Jan and Feb. As always, two
gun dets under command of a TC and a TSM punched hundreds
of projectiles into those snow packs surrounding Roger’s Pass,
under guidance of Parks Canada, to keep the Trans-Canada
Highway clear. Causing avalanches in the Canadian Rockies by
howitzer: now that’s a cool mission! Roto 1 of the following winter
season in Nov and Dec saw B and HQ & Svcs Bty’s deploy all
thirteen soldiers under Lt Meyers and WO Waterfield. In 2010
Roto 2 under Capt Brown and WO Henry & Roto 3 under Lt Pryor
and WO Ballard will be manned primarily by 26 Fd Regt soldiers.
FIRE ORDERS (COMMAND)
The first signal that 2009 would be different was the Feb
Change of Command (CoC). The CO, LCol Tim Bishop, 2IC, Maj
David Jones and RCPO, Capt Andrew Charchuk were among 1
RCHA’s twelve soldiers deployed with TF5-09 Headquarters Joint
Task Force Afghanistan (HQ JTF Afg) with BGen Jon Vance on
22 Feb. This precipitated the early CoC: the CO Designate, LCol
Tim Young, already deployed (TF 5-08), came to Shilo to take
command of The First Regiment on 4 Feb. Back to Afghanistan,
LCol Young left 1 RCHA in the very capable hands of acting CO,
Maj Todd Scharlach, who, in turn handed command of HQ &
Svcs Bty to Capt Bob Mead. It would be months before Maj Glen
‘Hambro’ Hamilton-Brown would join 1 RCHA, to take command
of HQ & Svcs Bty on 10 July. On 8 July, Maj Hamilton-Brown also
became 2IC. Gun Bty Comd remained unchanged throughout
2009: A Bty – Maj Tyler Kennedy; B Bty – Maj Julien Richard;
and C Bty – Maj Shawn Fortin. New to 1 RCHA command team
in 2009 were: Tech Adjt, Capt Peter
Piotrowski; ETQMS, MWO Gino Babin;
Signals Officer, Capt Scot Johnston;
and Signals Warrant, Sgt Harold “Butch”
Keating.
Nonetheless, nothing was
simple this year.
Op ATHENA occupied most of First Regiment’s focus through
the first eight months of 2009. While TF5-08 (Op ATHENA HQ TF
Afg) was an LFCA & 2 CMBG led Roto, 1 RCHA lays claim because
LCol Young became CO on 4 Feb and remained deployed as part
of HQ Task Force Kandahar (TF Afg). This was no small detail,
because command of The First Regiment began a tumultuous
time: the departing CO, 2IC, and RCPO were deploying on the
next Roto of Op ATHENA HQ TF Afg (TF 5-09). This left an acting
CO without a 2IC, and a captain in command of HQ & Svcs Bty for
a critical training and pre-deployment period for FG of almost 300
soldiers, including operational replacements, for both Op ATHENA
and Op PODIUM. LCol Young arrived in April to take the reins
FIRE MISSIONS (OPERATIONS)
The First Regiment deployed
286 soldiers on three Ops. In fact, six Op
contingents throughout 2009 were: Op
PALACI 08/09 (AVCON), Op ATHENA
TF 5-08 (HQ TF Afg), Op ATHENA TF
5-09 (HQ TF Afg), Op ATHENA TF 3-09
(TF Afg Roto 8), Op PODIUM (Security:
Vancouver Olympics 2010), and Op
PALACI 09/10. While not all of these
were at once, Op ATHENA Roto 8 stood
up on Ground Hog Day (2 Feb), was
still deployed on 31 December, and
comprised 204 of these 286 soldiers.
Given pre-deployment preparations, as
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when 1 CMBG was deployed in CFB Suffield on FTX DESERT
RAM, the TF 3-09 Road to High Readiness FTX. Of particular note
for this FTX, was that the LFWA Primary Reserve FTX WESTERN
DEFENDER occurred
concurrently. Given
great inter-operability
inherent to Artillery,
we were able to field a
regular-reserve multibattery
regimental
organization
and
conducted the first
regimental
fire
missions in years.
FTX DESERT RAM
saw C Bty Gp, built
from all elements of 1
RCHA as the TF 3-09
Composite Arty Bty
within the 1 PPCLI
BG, shooting Rocket
Assisted Projectiles
(RAP) and “almost”
firing an Excalibur
round!
Advanced
Fast Air and Target
Acquisition activity rounded out some outstanding artillery training
for 1 RCHA overall and for the C Bty Group and all other elements
of TF 3-09 specifically. FTX DESERT RAM also saw A Bty, as the
heart of 1 RCHA’s contribution to the TF 3-09 Operational Mentor
& Liaison Team (OMLT), under the over-arching organization of
3 PPCLI, develop the cohesion and professionalism required
to become Artillery Subject Matter Experts for the Afghan
National Security Forces (ANSF). Continuation training for TF
3-09
continued
in
Wainwright
with FTX MAPLE
GUARDIAN
and
in Shilo with FTX
BRAVE
RAM
and
included
Counter
IED,
Battle Inoculation/
Indoctrination,
Ambush Ranges,
and more Gunnery
and
Individual
Skills
until
TF
3-09 deployed in
October for an
extended
seven
month tour.
HQ; and the CO commanded 10 officers and warrant officers as
the Liaison Group. This Group comprised three liaison teams to
numerous HQ/Centres: The Air Comd Component & Maritime
Comd
Component
(ACC/MCC)
Team,
Emergency
Ops
Centres Team (EOC),
and the Integrated
Security Unit (ISU)
Team.
RECCE
&
DEPLOYMENT
(TRAINING & FUN)
As
if
six
contingents for three
Ops weren’t enough,
there remained two
key
investments
for future: support
to Indiv Trg internal
and external (tasks)
to the Regiment.
Possessing one of
the best CF FAC
capabilities meant that 1 RCHA supported all Army FAC activities
both across Canada and in the USA. Summer saw B and HQ Bty
support WATC Det Shilo and RCAS DP1.1 with a Firing Troop.
Fall saw the commencement of an unprecedented list of PCFs to
start the road to readiness for TF1-11. But we would be remiss if
we didn’t mention that St Barbara’s: the Kingston Cup Tournament
was still played even though the unit strength on that day was only
89 all ranks with Op PODIUM pers deployed on FTX KAPYONG
SASQUATCH.
F u r t h e r ,
the
officers
defended the
trophy in Sr
NCOs vs Offrs
Hockey Game:
of course, that
isn’t something
to brag about
as the trophy
‘Skate
Boot’
goes to the
losers!
MUZZLE
It really
was
some
year. The final
word goes to
20 Oct: our
138th birthday.
We held a little
ceremony that
was indicative of the year: the CO and RSM were away due to Op
PODIUM, again; so, we few and proud that remained within the
lines of 1 RCHA cut a cake with a sword and shared a few quiet
moments together reflecting on the great history and tradition of
our regiment, The First Regiment.
UBIQUE !
Op PODIUM was
the CF support to
security of the 2010
Olympic
Games
held in Vancouver
but
preparations
including multiple exercises started in earnest by mid 2009.
Being all that remained in The First Regiment after TF 3-09 was
committed; the remainder of B Bty, HQ & Svcs Bty, and RHQ
committed 50 soldiers to two main elements: Lt Richardson and
WO Reinders commanded 37 soldiers as the Defence and Security
(D&S) Platoon to HQ 1 CMBG, the Land Comd Component (LCC)
Canadian Gunner
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2nd Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
2 RCHA underwent a significant
change of personnel and leadership
over the course of the 2009 Annual
Posting Season (APS). Lieutenant
Colonel Liam McGarry took over
command of the Regiment from
Lieutenant Colonel Craig Dalton on
June 9th, with Chief Warrant Officer
Dan Moyer assuming Regimental
Sergeant Major duties from Chief
Warrant Officer Chris Rusk. Major
Stewart Gallagher handed over the
command of Headquarters Battery
to Major Chris Sines in July.
F Battery
Meanwhile, F Battery was into
its fourth month of deployment to
Afghanistan at the beginning of
the 2009 calendar year.
Major
Stuart Taylor and Master Warrant
Officer Roland Smith made up the
command team with 171 personnel
of all ranks serving in three 155mm
M777 Howitzer gun troops, five
FOO/FAC parties, a Surveillance
& Target Acquisition (STA) Battery,
a Fire Support Control Center 2 RCHA Jr NCMs march towards the mess for the 2009 Men’s Christmas Dinner
(FSCC), the Battery Quartermaster
& Stores (BQMS), and the Battery
Headquarters (BHQ).
The gun troops continued to provide quick and own in FOB Wilson.
Captain Alan Vamos, along with Master Warrant
accurate fire support to the 3 RCR Battle Group on countless
operations. Captain Chris Sykora was in command of E Troop Officer Paul Alexander, commanded the STA troop which was
out of Forward Operating Base (FOB) Wilson with Captain spread out across the entire AO, feeding information back to
Grant Seale as his Troop Leader. Captain Stuart Evans and the TOC on a regular basis. The LCMR, HALO, and TUAV
Lieutenant Lee Bellemore had F Troop in Patrol Base (PB) detachments were responsible for detecting countless enemy
Sperwan Ghar while G Troop was deployed in FOB Ramrod engagements and locations throughout the 7-8 month tour.
F Battery’s tour in Afghanistan did not come and
in support of the American Task Force 2-2 with Captain Adam
James in command and Captain Mike Lavery as the Troop go without its battle damage. Sergeant Cory Peckford and
Bombardier Adam Boutiller were wounded by an IED attack
Leader.
The FOO/FAC parties were arguably the most earlier on in the tour while Captain Justin Brunelle was severely
powerful instruments available to the combat team wounded by another IED attack while on a dismounted patrol
commanders throughout the duration of the tour. M Company near the tour’s end. G39’s party also hit an IED during the
Combat Team had G31, under Captain Cory Gillis, providing first few months of the tour but suffered no serious injuries.
F Battery returned to Canada after decompression
joint fire support. Captain Justin Brunelle and G32 were
attached to N Company in FOB Wilson while Captain Caleb in Cyprus over the March – May time frame. Many of its
Walker had G33 in support of the tanks in FOB Ma’sum Ghar. members were posted out to various regiments, schools,
G34, Captain Frank Gould, was attached to D squadron and and other positions. The remainder of F Battery stood down
operated on the far eastern flank of the Area of Operations on 22 June 2009 and stood up as E Battery. Major Sonny
(AO) out of FOB Frontenac. Captain Vanderveen and G35 Hatton and Master Warrant Officer Roland Smith made up
had the distinct experience of providing fire support to the the command team with 129 personnel of all ranks. Former
OMLT and ANA after having established an FSCC of their F Battery FOO, Captain Caleb Walker became the BK while
10
L’Artilleur Canadien
the Captains Evans, Sykora, and James went to Gagetown
The following months were largely devoted to making
on their FOO course.
sure the right individuals received the right qualifications
E Battery
for D Battery to stand up with Task Force 1-10. Within the
E Battery’s first task was to provide support to the Royal Regimental school, D Battery ran a Det 2 I/C course, Recce
Canadian Artillery School’s DP1.1 Arty Officer course which Tech course and an Arty Comms course, as well as qualifying
was running out of CFB Petawawa. The Battery committed soldiers to operate the LG-1 and 81mm mortar. RWS Operator
its available personnel to all of the field exercises. E Battery courses for the Brigade were also conducted by the Battery.
gunners fielded two complete Gun Troops less the key
D Battery also took part in Exercise ROYAL FIGHTER as
positions which were being staffed by the course candidates. part of their pre-deployment training, and as the year drew to a
Once the DP1.1 course was finished, E Battery shifted close continued to prepare for Exercise MAPLE GUARDIAN,
its focus to supporting D Battery as they prepared to deploy which is to be held at Fort Irwin, California in 2010.
on Task Force 1-10. E Battery’s veteran members became
November 11th saw the Regiment parading in Renfrew
crucial assets in providing training, guidance, and support to and Portage du Fort and a few select members even had the
the deploying Battery. Simultaneously, E Battery began to opportunity to visit with Prince Charles and his wife Camilla
shake out its leadership as new officers were posted in to during the Royal visit to CFB Petawawa. The Regiment
take command of the Troops and new Senior NCOs moved commemorated the Canoe River disaster of 21 November
into key positions to replace those who had been posted. E 1951 with a memorial parade in the Regimental lines and
Battery began PCF courses in the fall of 2009 to qualify its rounded the year out with the traditional St. Barbara’s Day
young bombardiers as Artillery Technicians and PLQ mods celebrations and Sports Day.
1-5. Between taskings, supporting
D Battery and various courses, E
Battery remained very thin on the
ground up until Christmas. The
remaining soldiers prepared for
their eventual trip down south to
support Task Force 1-10’s training
in California for Exercise MAPLE
GUARDIAN.
E Battery was tasked
in October to support a Key
Stakeholders visit called Exercise
COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT.
The
Battery organized and ran the
weapons familiarization stand, the
M777 static display, and the night
time firepower demonstration for
the Chief of Land Staff and other
VIPs. The event was a success
and can only be attributed to the
hard work of E Battery gunners.
Major Sines, Captains John
O’Brien and Jason Vallis, Master
Corporal Ron Cox, Lieutenant
Alistar Galabrath (E Battery) and
WO John Stewart (BQ D Battery)
participated in Exercise READY
GRIFFON from 8 – 11 September at
Bdr Boutilier receives the Sacrificial Medal from Comd 2 CMBG Col Eyre.
CFB Trenton. The 3 day exercise
provided a detailed overview
of DART Operations and gave
participants a chance to network. 2 RCHA is responsible for
On 4 December the Regiment mustered to hear the history
providing the DART Company HQ element and overseeing of St. Barbara and begin a day of sports and celebration. The
the manning of the remainder of the DART Company from day’s results were split evenly between D and HQ Batteries,
units based at CFB Petawawa.
with D Battery winning the Tug of War and the Floor hockey
D Battery
competitions, and HQ Battery winning the Dodge ball and
Major Steve Haire and Master Warrant Officer Bob Beaudry ice hockey competitions. Later in the day the Gunners and
had plenty of challenges before them in leading D Battery along Bombardiers won against the Masters in round-robin ice
the road to High Readiness and their eventual deployment hockey. However, it was Warrant Officer Brian Quigley who
overseas next year. The Battery was tasked as the Immediate ‘stole the show’ with his on-ice antics and solid playing skills
Response Unit (IRU) throughout the winter months and into during the final Officer’s and Senior NCOs hockey game. The
the early summer. If a natural disaster or similar event would game remained tied at the end of regulation play, necessitating
have occurred during that time frame, D Battery would have a sudden death shoot-out. On his final attempt it was Warrant
provided the first response by CF personnel. D Battery stood Quigley again who scored what proved to be the winning goal,
up as part of Task Force 1-10 on 22 September.
ending both an exciting game, and an eventful day.
Canadian Gunner
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5e Régiment
d’artillerie légère du Canada
PASSATION DE COMMANDEMENT 5e RALC 7 MAI 2009
Jeudi le 7 mai 2009, le régiment a paradé afin de
souligner la passation de commandement du régiment. Le
lieutenant-colonel J.S.S.D. Fortin, CD qui a commandé le régiment
lors des deux dernières années, a remis le commandement du
5e RALC au lieutenant-colonel L.H.P.S. Boucher, CD. La parade
fut formée pour 1400 heures. Elle était sous la présidence du
Col D. Ménard, CD, Colonel Commandant 5e GBMC. Nos
invités d’honneur, étaient le BGen Beno, OMM, CD, Colonel
Commandant de l’Artillerie Royale Canadienne, ainsi que le Col
D.D. Marshall, CD, Directeur de la branche de l’Artillerie. La revue
terminée et les allocutions complétées, le régiment a procédé au
défilé monté, paradant ainsi nos couleurs qui sont nos obusiers.
Une fois le défilé terminé, le régiment ainsi que les invités se
sont déplacés vers le régiment, pour un cocktail, qui fut servi afin
de se rencontrer et bavarder dans une ambiance détendue. Le
lieutenant-colonel Fortin nous quitte pour rejoindre la FO 6/09
en tant que Chef d’état-major du Quartier Général de la Force
Opérationnelle Inter-armée Afghanistan. Il a laissé sa marque au
5e RALC et il demeurera toujours dans nos cœurs. Le lieutenantcolonel Stéphane Boucher devra faire face à de nombreux défis
comme les montées en puissance des Forces Opérationnelles
6-09 et 3-10, la création de la batterie d’observation au sein du
régiment ainsi que le support au cours de carrière nationaux qui
seront tenue au 5e RALC en partenariat avec l’École de l’Artillerie
Royale Canadienne.
Une journée de sport au 5 RALC – Course Whalen
Le 25 août, les membres du 5e Régiment d’artillerie légère du
Canada (5 RALC) ont participé à la 27e course Whalen. La course
de cinq kilomètres a donné le coup d’envoi à la populaire journée
sportive du régiment, qui comprend également des tournois
de softball et de hockey-balle. Le lieutenant-colonel Stéphane
Boucher, commandant du 5 RALC, a commencé la journée en
racontant l’histoire de la course aux membres de son unité, en
soulignant les accomplissements impressionnants du sergent
Éric Whalen «Celui qui a donné son nom à la course Whalen».
Soulignons également que le sgt Whalen était présent pour la
course et a marché le 5 km, bien fait pour une homme de 76
ans. Cette année, la course a été remportée par le lieutenant
Alexandre Lessard avec un temps impressionnant de 18:40. Il a
été suivi de l’adjudant André Ouellet avec 19:41 (premier dans le
classement des 40 ans et plus) et en troisième place, du caporalchef Jean-François Thibeault avec un temps de 20:01. Le reste
de la journée a été consacré à diverses activités telles que des
matches de softball et de hockey-balle. Malgré la diversité des
connaissances sportives et des intérêts de chacun, l’effort et la
détermination de tous les membres du 5 RALC étaient au rendezvous. Au softball, le tournoi a été remporté par la batterie Q tandis
qu‘une équipe composée des membres de la batterie X a gagné
FO 1-09 M777 in Strong Point Pegassus US Bie R
le tournoi de hockey-balle. Félicitations à tous les participants qui
se sont souvenus du bon exemple du sgt Whalen et qui s’efforcent
d’améliorer continuellement leur condition physique.
FO 1-09 Bie R : Un nombre record d’obus tirés par l’artillerie
canadienne – Batterie R - Afghanistan
Pour bien rendre justice à cette rotation en Afghanistan, nous
reprenons le texte d’un article publié dans l’Adsum (journal de la
Garnson Valcartier) et rédigé par : lieutenant Marie-Ève Labonté,
Par les bombardiers Guimont et Talbot, l’artilleur Gagnon et le
lieutenant Yoann Leclerc-Desjardins.
« Notre troupe d’artillerie va très bien. Elle est formée d’une
quarantaine de personnes, membres du 5e Régiment d’artillerie
légère du Canada de Valcartier, mais qui font partie en Afghanistan
de la batterie R du Groupement tactique du 2e Bataillon, Royal
22e Régiment (GT 2 R22eR). Depuis notre arrivée le 1er avril,
nous appuyons activement les opérations du GT 2 R22eR. La
chaleur ces temps-ci est vraiment étouffante. On a enregistré
un maximum de 44,3 degrés Celsius. Pas besoin de vous dire
qu’il faut adapter notre horaire à cette température! Mais ce
n’est pas cette chaleur intense qui nous arrêtera, nous sommes
toujours prêts à épauler ceux qui en ont besoin. Il arrive souvent
qu’en pleine nuit nous ayons des missions de tir, ce qui réveille
en sursaut la majorité de la base de patrouille sur laquelle on vit.
Notre travail est très plaisant et valorisant, sachant que chaque
obus qu’on tire vient en aide aux membres de la coalition qui
sont sur le terrain. Notre travail est très apprécié des fantassins
lorsqu’ils sont sous feu ennemi. Jusqu’à maintenant, notre appui
a permis de sauver plusieurs vies canadiennes. La batterie R a à
son actif un des plus grands nombres d’obus tirés en théâtre, ce
qui démontre que notre tir précis et rapide a gagné la confiance
du groupement tactique. L’artillerie porte fièrement ses couleurs.
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Comme dirait le bombardier-chef Côté avec son bel accent
L’Artilleur Canadien
du Lac : «Y fa chaud en $%?&!», la troupe B a eu droit à une
température bouillonnante en juin. Quant aux opérations, cellesci ont assurément suivi la même cadence que la météo. C’est
presqu’à chaque jour que nous recevons des demandes de
mission de tir résultant de contacts divers autour de notre base
d’opérations avancée (BOA), plus précisément tôt le matin ou
un peu avant l’heure du souper, heures où il fait relativement
le moins chaud et encore clair. Preuve que même les insurgés
n’apprécient guère la chaleur. Ainsi peut-on dire que la BOA entière
a souvent eu droit à un beau réveille-matin grâce aux «boum!»
constant de nos canons, réveil qui ressemble selon certains à
la fin du monde. Heureusement, celle-ci tombe sur d’autres
personnes… Étant donné qu’il se trouve à plusieurs kilomètres
des troupes amies pour lesquelles il tire, l’artilleur ne verra jamais
les effets du projectile de 100 livres, à moins d’être attaché à une
équipe d’officiers observateurs avancés (OOA). L’équipe d’OOA
est composée uniquement d’artilleurs qui suivent l’infanterie de
près dans tous ses déplacements et dont la spécialité est le tir
indirect mais aussi l’appui-feu aérien. C’est notamment grâce à
leur expertise et à leur sang-froid que les obus d’artillerie tombent
au bon endroit, au bon moment.
Bdr Brunette : un survivant
Le 1er juin, à la Citadelle de Québec, le bombardier Michel
Brunette a reçu la mention élogieuse du Chef d’état-major de
l’Armée de terre (CÉMAT) afin de souligner son courage, sa
détermination ainsi que son sens inné du devoir. Depuis plusieurs
années, le bombardier «Rocky» Brunette se bat contre la terrible
maladie qu’est le cancer et malgré cette adversité, il s’est fait un
devoir de venir travailler quotidiennement au régiment. Le 1er
juin marquait également son départ à la retraite, lui qui, depuis
24 ans, a démontré un dévouement exemplaire et une loyauté
indéfectible envers ses collègues de travail ainsi que les Forces
canadiennes. Nous lui en sommes très reconnaissants. Rocky,
tu as quitté ton milieu de travail, mais pas nos pensées. Bonne
chance et bonne retraite!
Alors que le soleil dépasse les montagnes à l’est, une chaude
brise d’été souffle du désert avoisinant. Ce matin,
l’air est silencieux et calme, jusqu’à ce que le téléphone sonne
trois fois. À ce bruit, des hommes et des femmes surgissent de
leur lit et se ruent vers leur poste. Des ordres sont criés et les
«dragons» de cinq tonnes (des obusiers M777 de 155 mm) sont
rapidement préparés pour appuyer des troupes en situation de
combat à 20 kilomètres à l’est.
Pendant l’été 2009, les artilleurs de notre troupe (une partie
de la batterie R du Groupement tactique du 2e Bataillon, Royal
22e Régiment [GT 2 R22eR]) utilisaient leurs dragons presque
chaque jour. Comme des opérations étaient en cours dans les
districts de Panjwayi et de Zhari de la province de Kandahar,
nous étions souvent réveillés par la sonnerie des téléphones
de campagne transmettant une mission de tir après l’autre en
appui à des forces de la coalition et à des civils qui étaient la cible
des insurgés. Nous sommes arrivés à notre base de patrouille
au début d’avril et nous avons pu profiter d’un premier mois
tranquille. Les activités des insurgés ont grandement augmenté
à la mi-mai cependant, ce qui a entraîné une accélération du
rythme opérationnel qui s’est maintenue tout l’été. Les troupes
d’artillerie étaient donc très occupées et il arrivait souvent qu’elles
doivent faire feu à moins de 100 mètres des troupes canadiennes
en combat et sauver la vie de membres de la coalition. Plusieurs
membres de la troupe ont accompagné la compagnie C du GT
2 R22eR dans des patrouilles de sécurité aux alentours de la
base de patrouille. Les patrouilles à pied ne sont pas la spécialité
de la troupe, mais les participants ont pu vivre des expériences
inoubliables et découvrir une nouvelle façon d’appuyer l’infanterie.
Bien entendu, nous ne faisions pas feu constamment, alors nous
avions du temps pour d’autres activités. En plus de se garder en
bonne forme physique et de réaliser des projets de construction
qui ont amélioré la position, les membres de la troupe ont
mené un programme d’instruction portant sur les compétences
militaires de base, comme le maniement d’armes, le tir à la cible
et les missions de tir fictif. Nous jouions également au hockey
et aux fers à cheval pour obtenir le privilège de cuisiner pour le
barbecue hebdomadaire de la troupe. Les élections afghanes
à la fin de l’été ont provoqué une autre bataille : la troupe a dû
faire feu à l’aide de ses mortiers de 81 mm pour défendre la
base de patrouille contre les tirs directs et indirects des insurgés.
Pendant cette période, plus de missions de tir ont été menées
pour défendre les positions canadiennes et afghanes que pour
Canadian Gunner
appuyer les troupes participant à des opérations d’envergure
du groupement tactique. Maintenant que la fin de la période de
service approche à grands pas, le moral est bon et les militaires
sont heureux du travail qu’ils ont accompli : la base de patrouille
a été grandement améliorée et des milliers de munitions ont été
tirées à l’appui des opérations. Pour un artilleur, il n’y a rien de
plus satisfaisant que de rencontrer des amis qui reviennent de
patrouilles sains et saufs, particulièrement quand, il y a quelques
heures à peine, ces mêmes amis demandaient, la voix remplie
d’émotions, une mission de tir dangereusement rapprochée.
Les dragons continueront de cracher leur feu au besoin, et notre
troupe se prépare à être remplacée par une nouvelle. Il nous tarde
de revoir nos familles et nous les remercions pour leur soutien
tout au long de cette période. Il n’y a rien de plus satisfaisant
que de rencontrer des amis qui reviennent de patrouilles sains
et saufs, particulièrement quand, il y a quelques heures à peine,
ces mêmes amis demandaient, la voix remplie d’émotions, une
mission de tir dangereusement rapprochée.»
Sur la photo, le bombardier Brunette est entouré du brigadiergénéral Guy Laroche, commandant du SQFT/FOI(E), à gauche,
et du lieutenant-général Andrew Leslie, CÉMAT.
Déploiement du CCFA Régimentaire pour appuyer la FO 6-09
En novembre 5e RALC a déployé le CCFA Régimentaire
de 30 personnes pour appuyer le QG de la FO 6-09. Sous le
commandement du lieutenant-colonel Marc Fortier, ce CCFA
assure la coordination de toutes les ressources de tir disponible
en Afghanistan. Le CCFA contrôle le tir de nos obusiers, ainsi que
ceux des Américains dans notre zone d’opérations, les ressources
d’Appui aérien ainsi que les hélicoptères d’attaques.
Préparation de la FO 3-10
Malgré que le regroupement de la FO 3-10 n’aura pas lieu
avant le 6 avril 2010, les éléments de la batterie X appuyé par
les ressources d’acquisition d’objectifs et de surveillance de la
batterie Q, ont débuté leurs entraînement à l’automne 2009.
Sous le commandement du major Vincent Giroux et épaulé
par son Sergent-Major de Batterie, l’adjudant-maître Angel, la
batterie se prépare pour la FO 3-10 reconnaissant que la FO
3-10 est la dernière désignée pour les opérations de combat en
Afghanistan.
À la fin du mois de novembre 2010, la famille régimentaire du 5e
RALC a subi une perte avec le décès du bombardier-chef J.A.S.
Legendre. Il était un membre apprécié du régiment et hautement
estimé par les membres de sa batterie.
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4th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Introduction
2009 has been another exceptionally busy year for the Regt. We
force generated one Airspace Coordination Centre (ASCC), and
two Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle tps (SUAV) for Task Force
Afghanistan. We also successfully fielded the 401 Series ADATS,
TCPs, ASCC, Bison vehicles and associated medium capacity
radios. We participated in numerous exercises throughout the
year, to include providing support to the Royal Canadian Artillery
School, conducting pre-deployment training and participating in
various Op CONNECTION activities.
128 AD Bty
128 AD Bty deployed troops to Afghanistan with the TUAV and
SUAV; while on the home-front providing support and staff to four
concurrent RCAS courses. The DP 2 AD Troop Commanders,
ADATS DP 1, ADATS Det 2I/C and AD BC’s courses culminating
with a final field exercise.
In June, 128 AD Bty also said farewell to Major Jeffrey
Schamehorn, their Battery Commander and welcomed Major
Erik Andresen, bringing fresh leadership to this long-established
sub unit.
July saw us train and deploy a team to the annual Nijmegen
march in Holland as well as ADATS to support the Nova Scotia
International Air Show. Additionally, 128 Air Defence Battery
provided support to the RCAS during the conduct of the ADATS
Det 2I/C and DP1 ADATS Gunner courses, both graduating
on 23 Oct 09. The recently graduated students then had the
opportunity to put their newly acquired skills to the test during
the live fire of the ADATS during Ex POTENT KNIGHT 2009 from
2-26 November 2009 in Suffield, Alberta. The exercise resulted
in the successful firing of 49 missiles.
Avec l’arrivée du temps des fêtes, les membres de la
bie se sont joints aux autres membres du régiment aux activités
traditionnelles, soit une journée de sports dans le cadre de la
Ste-Barbara. Le tout s’est soldé par la victoire au hockey et au
Ballon-balai par les soldats et caporaux contre les officiers et
sous-officiers supérieurs. Pour terminer les membres de la bie
ont débuté leurs congés bien mérités auprès de leurs familles
mettant ainsi fin à une autre année n remplie pour la 128e
BAAA.
119 AD Battery
ADATS firing EX POTENT KNIGHT
Winter started off with a bang as the 5 CMBG ASCC deployed
to Fort Bliss, Texas for Ex REFLEX AGUERRIE and two full
ASCC crews participated in the Op PODIUM work up exercise
SILVER. The Bty then provided ASCC Bison crews to both 36
and 37 CBG for exercises SOUTHBOUND TROOPER and
MARITIME RAIDER in Fort Pickett, Virginia. Spring saw 1CMBG
ASCC personnel provide airspace coordination expertise on Ex
DESERT RAM.
This was followed by more TF 6-09 training on Ex MAPLE
GUARDIAN CMTC, along side two ASCC crews deployed to
Cold Lake for EX MAPLE FLAG. The summer had 119 AD Bty
supporting the AD BC’s course and TF 6-09 training continued
with Ex UNIFIED WARRIOR. National level training had ASCC
SME’s tasked out as advisors to the students on the AOC
exercise, FINAL DRIVE.
Fall ramped up the activity levels as the Bty supplemented 2
RCR’s ASCC on the Combat Team Commander’s course and
sent a crew to another FINAL DRIVE exercise. The Bty conducted
its own internal training Ex BEGINNER BISON. This exercise
culminated in a very successful Joint TDL exercise in Halifax with
Cape Scott, the Navy’s data link centre. Op PODIUM training
stepped up a level with participation in exercises SPARTAN
RINGS and GOLD out on the West Coast. The Bty then switched
gears and supported 128 AD Bty on exercise POTENT KNIGHT
and provided a crew on the preparatory CPX, Ex INVISIBLE
MESSAGE. The year wrapped up with a third tasking to support
the AOC’s Ex FINAL DRIVE.
119 AD Bty had several operational lines going simultaneously
that included currency training, expeditionary operations for
JTF(A) ASCCs, domestic operations such as Op PODIUM, and
support to Regimental, LFAA and national level training as well.
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Headquarters and Services Battery provided Combat Service
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Support to sustain the Regiment throughout the past year.
Collectively, the Battery provided 24/7 support to Ex HOMEWARD
BOUND, Ex WALKING ARCHER, Ex SUPREME SOLDIER and
Ex POTENT KNIGHT. Headquarters and Services Battery was
successful in running the implementation of the ADATS upgrade
from 400 to the 401 series, and delivered it from the Original
Equipment Manufacturer to the cumulative Individual Training
exercises in October, and the live-fire exercise in November.
Support was provided to Ex DESERT RAM, Ex MAPLE FLAG,
Ex MAPLE GUARDIAN, Ex BEGINNER BISON and the SUAV
flight camps including Ex SOARING EAGLE. Augmentation to
Task Force Afghanistan continued with the provision of Land
Communication Information Systems (LCIS), Electrical-Optronic,
and Vehicle technicians.
As part of the EME day celebration, which took place on 15
May, Base Gagetown had a number of events which incl. EME
Buggy show and shine and time trial races. The Regt won the
show and shine in its first year of entering a buggy.
SUAV Tp in Afghanistan
soul who was dressed up in protective gear, which raised money
for the United Way.
Early in the year, vehicle technician support was provided to
DGLEPM at 3 ASG for checklist verification of an amalgamated
SEV. Throughout the summer, technicians provided assistance
to DGLEPM at Rhienmetall Canada, reviewing all of the ADATS
technical publications. Late in the summer, technicians assisted
with the Prime Minister’s announcement of the MSVS SEV
replacement project in Chatham NB, and LCIS support was
provided to the Artillery Symposium in Guelph ON.
LFAA Nijmegen Team began training on 1 April 2009 and
by May 2009 additional marchers from 3 ASG, 4 ESR and 31 Svc
Bn completed the team. Prior to deployment to the Netherlands,
the team completed a minimum of 500 km, including two 40 km
marches on consecutives days.
Several members of the Regiment were rewarded for their
hard work and dedication in 2009. Her Excellency the Right
Honourable Governor General Michaëlle Jean presented our
ETQMS MWO Mooney her M.M.M.; WO Kevin Radey, MBdr
Davidson and Bdr Bellows each received the Joint Task Force
Commander’s Commendation from BGen Jonathan Vance. The
Colonel Commandant’s Commendation and coin were presented
to Capt Nick Morris, Capt Hobson and 2Lt Boissonneault.
4 AD Regt participated in several Op CONNECTION activities
throughout 2009 in order to foster a positive image of the
Regiment. The regiment sent a hockey team to participate in the
Atlantic Small Base tournament in Halifax with our team winning
the event. 4 AD Regt sent six members to the Army Run held
on September 20th in Ottawa and two members entered the
Iron Man competition hosted at CFB Petawawa on September
23rd. Included in the Op CONNECTION tasks was “Support the
Troops Night” hosted by the Moncton Wildcats LMJHQ hockey
team on 09 February, the Remembrance Day parade in the
Moncton coliseum on 11 Nov and finally, the Christmas Daddies
Telethon where members of the Regt raised money in support
underprivileged children in the Maritimes. Upon the presentation
of the final cheque, the team had raised a total of $8380.
July 9th Change of Command Signing Ceremony
RHQ
2009 saw changes to the command structure of the Regiment.
On July 9, 2009 The 4th Air Defence Regiment welcomed
Lieutenant-Colonel Yvan Audet as its new commanding officer
replacing Lieutenant-Colonel Daniel Bouchard who held the post
for the previous three years. Present at the signing ceremony
was; BGen (ret) Beno, Col Comdt, BGen Neasmith, Comd
LFAA, Col Marshall, DArty, and former CO’s Col Lavoie and Col
Duhamel. Also present were representatives from the city of
Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe.
Conclusion
4th Air Defence Regiment continued to provide an exceptionally
high standard of readiness whether it is with the ASCC, ADATS,
and SUAV, increasingly provided the necessary support in theatre
and in training and has proven more than capable in protecting
Canada’s sovereign interests both at home and abroad.
2010 looks very promising for the unit, already members have
deployed to the relief mission in Haiti as well as to the security
mission in Vancouver for the Olympics. As always the Regt is
up for the challenge and endeavours to achieve the highest
standards possible.
The Annual Family Day was a full-scale event that had the CFB
Gagetown Base Gym transformed into a play area for children
with Bouncy Castles. Outside was a Kiddie Commando obstacle
course, dunk tank and BBQ. The highlight of the day was the
opportunity for kids and adults to shoot a paint ball gun at a brave
Canadian Gunner
Ubique!
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Royal Canadian Artillery School
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
It has been another a very busy and extremely rewarding
year for the RCAS which saw the graduation of 1197 students,
318 Officers and 879 NCMs. The RCAS also supported the
operational needs of the CF wherever and whenever called
upon. While working collectively as a Unit to achieve our mission,
and supported by the
field force where
required, the RCAS
remains the Centre
of Excellence for the
Royal Regiment and
the Canadian Forces
on all things Artillery.
Headquarters
Battery
assistant within the Bty. Rosemarie retired after 34 years of
dedicated and loyal service to the Guns.
67 Depot Battery
Again, the calendar
for 67 Depot Bty
was inundated with
a full compliment of
courses to run for
2009, combining this
with some significant
changes within the
structure of the Bty
made this year more
challenging than the
2009 has proven
previous. The Bty saw
to be another hectic
the change in Battery
but rewarding year
Commanders (BCs)
for
Headquarters
with Major Dave
Battery. HQ Bty’s
McKeever handing
primary
mandate,
over to Major Wade
to
provide
McHattie, as well as
administrative
the Battery Sergeant
support
to
all
Majors (BSMs), with
members
and
MWO Mike Lavallee
students
of
the
handing the pace
RCAS,
continued
stick to MWO Robert
with the full effort of Sgt Phillips is supervising the Adv Optic course: Paris 2009
Bartlett.
all members of the
67 Bty is responsible
Bty.
In the midst
for the introduction of
of the all of the support provided to the school, there was a the candidates to the trade and also more advanced courses
key personnel change during the posting season, with MWO within the Artillery. The Bty is comprised of a core strength of
Veronneau handing the BSM’s pace stick over to MWO Fred 32 personnel, including the BC, BSM, BK and 29 instructors
Frigault.
from the Field and AD disciplines, and were stretched thin in
2009 saw the start of the first Common Assistant Instructor 2009 as we were short 4 IGs and 12 AIGs.
in Gunnery Course, the incorporation of the ADATS 400 Series
Despite the shortages in staff, 67 Bty ran a multitude of
into training, and updating and standardization of the AD, crses for NCMs and Officer, Field and Air Defence alike,
FAC, Gun Line, OP, and STA courses. The Standards Cell contributing to the continuous growth of the Royal Regiment.
also led CTC in the production of meaningful and constructive The Fd Tp was able to complete a total of 11 courses ranging
End Course Reviews (ECRs) which are instrumental in the from DP 1 NCM, TSM, BSM, DP 1.1 and 1.2 Officer and
validation and assessment of the courses conducted at the graduating a total of 156 NCMs and 114 Offrs with some help
RCAS.
from exporting one DP1.1 to 1 RCHA and one to 2 RCHA.
Information, Technology and simulation section continued With the shift of all AD training now falling to the responsibility
to produce some fantastic electronic training tools enabling of 67 Bty, it also saw 11 courses ranging from ADATS Gunner,
more efficient passage of information. These tools constitute Det 2 I/C, DP 3 Det Comd, AD TSM, AD TC and AD BC and
the initial step in the implementation of new Distributed graduated 180 NCMs and 14 Offrs.
Learning opportunities for some courses currently conducted
The new Common AIG course was embarked upon,
in residency at the RCAS.
where all 4 streams; Observation Post (OP), Surveillance
Artillery Day was celebrated by members of the RCAS with and Target Acquisition (STA), AD and Fd conduct common
recognition of achievements and a Birthday cake. In May, HQ modules of the course before breaking off into their specific
Bty celebrated the retirement of Rosemarie Boone, a civilian sub-occupations for further technical and tactical training and
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development. The Fd IG Course
with seven Canadian and one
UK student commenced in the
summer under the leadership
of Maj Dave Grebstad and Capt
Howie Nelson.
W BTY
W-Bty’s high tempo for 2009
was no different then any other
year at the school. To sum it up
in a few words, “the year came
In like a lion and went out like a
lion”.
The year started off
with a trip to Fort Sill Oklahoma
in
February,
where
W-Bty
participated in a small Unit
exchange. This was a two
week long event that provided
ten deserving personnel the
opportunity to work and train
along side our US allies.
During the month of
March, sixteen Bty personnel had
the privilege of participating in a The Cmdt, LCol LaFortune and the RSM, CWO Giroux, present Ms Rosemarie Boone with
forty one kilometre Bataan Death her Honorary Gunner Plaque upon her retirement after 34 plus years of service to the RCAS
March in the heat and sand of EL and the Guns.
Paso Texas, a great experience
when MWO C Wagar was posted to Ottawa and replaced by
for those who participated.
In April W-Bty had chosen ten members to travel MWO EP Smith.
In all, 45 Battery saw the graduation of 31 new FACs, 7
to Korea as part of a United Nations Honour Guard. The
discipline and way of life of the Korean military was extremely FAC supervisors, 14 Forward Observation Officers (FOO),
19 Observation Post Detachment Commanders (OPDC) and
impressive to all of those who were present.
June came along quickly, as things always seem many HALO/LCMR operators, STA Technicians and UAV
to happen at W-Bty, ten members participated in adventure operators. Further highlights from 2009 include the FAC cell’s
training in New Foundland. Hiking, camping, mountain participation in EXERCICE PATRIOT SEVEN at Ft. Picket,
climbing and kayaking in the Gros Morne National Park kept Virginia, USA; the STA cell’s Scan Eagle training in Bingen,
the members of W-Bty busy during this short trip away from a Washington, USA; and the Fire Support cell’s conduct of
the largest FOO course (16 students) and OPDC course (15
busy field training season at the school.
In July W-Bty was visited by nine soldiers from Fort students) in memory.
Maintenance Training Battery - 2009
Sill Oklahoma as part of the reciprocal SUE. This included a
trip to Quebec City and participation in our family day event.
Throughout 2009, Maintenance Training Battery (Maint
All the soldiers from south of the boarder were truly impressed
in how they were received and welcomed within the Bty and Trg Bty) of the RCAS maintained its key role of providing
outstanding technical training to Electrical Mechanical
by how W-Bty conducts business on a day to day basis.
In conclusion W-Bty conducted the normal leave Engineer (EME) and Land Communication and Information
format for August, and hitting the ground hard right up until System (LCIS) soldiers, enabling them to continue to provide
December 6th with the completion of another busy training outstanding support to all Gunners, as well as other disciplines
year. Of course W Bty could not maintain the tempo of the and trades, during operations both in Canada and overseas.
During this busy year Maint Trg Bty trained more than
busy training cycle without the help of reserve units from
across Canada; to all those soldiers, a huge Thank You. 90 EME/LCIS soldiers to perform maintenance on ADATS,
Training and high tempo supporting such courses such as the Muzzle Velocity Indicators (MVI), Advance Optics, and Artillery
Gun Line TSM, Observation Post Detachment Commander, Meteorological Systems (AMS). In addition, Maint Trg Bty also
DP 1 NCM and DP1.1, and 1.2 Arty Officer, FOO, IG, and AIG trained more than 50 EME soldiers to maintain and repair the
Crses was the norm for W Bty life. The troops earned a well Remote Weapons Stations (RWS) used on the TLAV and the
deserved rest during the Christmas break only to return in Nyala, including in-situ training provided for the deploying
2010 to a heavy PCF cycle and of course more field tasking Task Forces in both Edmonton and Valcartier. 2009 also saw
the implementation of three new maintenance courses for
down the road.
the Air Defence Systems Integrator (ADSI), the LAVIII Nanuk
45 BTY
2009 was an extremely busy, yet productive and rewarding RWS and the Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar (LCMR).
Supporting not only EME training, Maint Trg Bty personnel
year for 45 Battery. Over the duration of the year, the Forward
Air Controllers (FAC), Fire Support and Surveillance and Target also instructed the DP1 Arty Offr crse, the BC Crse and the
Acquisition (STA) cadre conducted 15 courses in addition AD AIG crse, ensuring that all students gained a thorough
to supporting numerous external courses and exercises. understanding of how EME can best support the Artillery on
Additionally, 45 Battery changed Battery Sergeants Major operation and in garrison.
Canadian Gunner
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The Royal Canadian Artillery
Band
The Royal Canadian Artillery Band had a full schedule in 2009 performing throughout western Canada for various military and civilian
parades, numerous mess dinners, school concerts and public performances. 2009 also included two international tours to the United
States and the Netherlands.
In March, the band travelled to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for
Canadian-American Days, a festival honouring the friendship between
Canada and the United States. Each spring, Can-Am Days attracts
approximately 100,000 Canadians.
The RCA Band performed for the reopening of Calgary’s newly
expanded and renovated Military Museum in June. On this occasion,
The RCA Band had the honour of performing for Her Royal Highness
Sophie, Countess of Wessex. The RCA Band returned to Calgary in
July to lead a 100-man guard from the Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal
Canadians) in the Calgary Stampede Parade. Over 350,000 on-route
spectators attended the parade. The RCA Band was augmented by
members of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment Band and the King’s Own
Calgary Regiment Band. This tour also included two performances at
Spruce Meadows for their North American Tournament.
Later in July, The RCA Band accompanied a contingent of 220 Canadian Forces personnel to the Netherlands for Op Nijmegen. The
Nijmegen Marches (or Vierdaagse) is the largest marching event in
the world. The RCA Band’s Commanding Officer, Capt Dave Shaw,
marched with the Canadian contingent, while the remainder of the
band, led by MWO Brian Coughlan, performed for marchers at various
points along the route.
After completing his first 90 km of the march, Capt Shaw joined
The RCA Band for a high energy Big Band performance in Grave. An
enthusiastic Dutch audience appreciated the CO’s desire to lead the
band rather than rest his weary feet. Many accompanying festivities
and concerts took place during the week of the Marches. The RCA
Band, along with bands from the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Switzerland, performed many concerts
in and around Nijmegen for over 1 million spectators present for the
Marches. The RCA Band led the entire Canadian contingent in the “Via
Gladiola” March, the final 5 km of the March into Nijmegen. Thousands
of spectators lined the streets of the town, enthusiastically cheering
on the Canadians as they marched past displaying their hard-earned
Nijmegen medals. Capt Shaw said he felt privileged to participate in
Op Nijmegen 2009 as an independent marcher. The opportunity to
march with Canadians was a tremendous experience. Marching up
to the Heumensoord start point to the skirl of our contingent pipers,
and leaving the camp to the sounds of The RCA Band, stirred in me a
patriotic response I had not felt in some time. To be on the other side
of the music was both interesting and pleasing. The appreciation of the
Dutch people for the wartime liberation of their homeland by Canadian
service personnel remains strongly expressed to this day in Holland.
Having represented my nation many times in Europe, this heartfelt
gratitude was familiar to me, but nowhere in my experience was this
sentiment stronger than in Nijmegen during The 4 Day Marches. The
RCA Band is proud to have taken part in Op Nijmegen and to have
supported the Canadian Contingent of 2009.”
At the end of August, members of The RCA Band travelled to Mount
Robson, British Columbia to participate in a four-day Adventure Training excursion to Berg Lake. The group led by Sgt Len Winsor and
Capt Bob Ridgeway, a friend of the band and former SAR Tech, spent
their first night at Kinney Lake about 14 km from the trail head, then
continued on to Berg Lake the next morning. On the third day some
members embarked on a breathtaking 16 km hike through the Snowbird Pass, while others chose smaller excursions. In total the group
hiked approximately 70 km with an elevation gain of 1500 m. In October, The RCA Band travelled to Winnipeg for the 2009 Manitoba Military Tattoo.
At the end of November, The RCA Band helped raise over $6000
for Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta at its fourth annual Christmas Concert at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton. This concert was the most
well-attended to date with almost 1200 people in the audience to enjoy
a diverse program that featured the Richard Eaton Singers, an array
of special guests and Master of Ceremonies, CBC radio host Peter
Brown. While Christmas was at the heart of this year’s concert, the
RCA Band wanted to pay special tribute to our troops who are serving or have served in Afghanistan. This tribute included a stirring performance by Winnipeg Military Policeman MCpl Elton Adams. MCpl
Adams sang his original composition “What a Soldier Left Behind,” with
the RCA Band backing him up in a special arrangement by the RCA
Band’s own Sgt Martin Walters.
In further tribute to our troops, The RCA Band performed an emotional “Act of Remembrance” to honour our fallen in Afghanistan. This
consisted of a video montage of photographs of the Canadian soldiers
who have given their lives for our country. These images were shown
in tandem with a fitting musical sequence that included John Williams’
“Hymn to the Fallen”, the Scottish lament “Hector the Hero” for pipes
and band, and the traditional Last Post.
The afternoon was capped off by a special arrangement of the Christmas favourite, “Sleigh Ride”, featuring four of the audience’s most important VIPs (Very Important Percussionists): BGen Mike Jorgensen,
Commander LFWA, CWO Gord Morrison, LFWA Sergeant Major, Col
Charles Lamarre, Commander 1 ASG and CWO Paddy Earles, 1 ASG
Sergeant Major. The four VIPs were in fine form, pounding on a bass
drum, gong, cymbals and a specially designed 7-foot-tall slap stick.
2009 marked a significant change in leadership for The RCA Band,
with Band Sergeant Major Master Warrant Officer Pierre Cayer replaced by Master Warrant Officer Brian Coughlan. This unit looks forward to supporting the Canadian Forces and representing The Army of
the West throughout Canada and abroad.
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2nd Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Le 2nd Field Regiment a connu une année d’entraînement extrêmement mouvementée en 2009-2010 du aux multiples exercices
et opérations dont l’unité a participé.
En premier lieu, dix membres du Régiment sont maintenant de retour de mission d’Afghanistan avec la Roto 7 de cet automne. Parmi
eux, le lieutenant Kairns, qui a travaillé comme commandant de troupe
de reconnaissance et d’acquisition d’objectifs et officier dans le Centre
de coordination et contrôle du feu d’appui. Il décrit sa mission comme
une expérience inoubliable qui lui a permit d’apprendre énormément.
Deux adjudants de l’unité ont aussi été déployés en Afghanistan.
L’adjudant Fortin a occupé la position d’adjudant technicien de poste
de commandement de batterie. Il s’est particulièrement démarqué
dans l’implantation du système Microlite qui a permit de renforcer les
capacités opérationnelles de sa batterie. Aussi, l’adjudant Moloughney a agit en tant que sergent-major de compagnie de l’équipe
d’observation de mentorat et de liaison.
L’adjudant Moloughney s’est imposé en tant
que meneur et instructeur de haut niveau
pour l’Armée Nationale Afghane. Nous
avons eu aussi le bombardier-chef Laporte
qui a occupé la position de sergent de reconnaissance. Il a tellement apprécié son
expérience qu’il a transféré avec la Force
régulière comme officier au 5e Régiment
d’artillerie de campagne à Valcartier. Notre
Bombardier Winter y a travaillé comme technicien au poste de commande. D’autres ont
agi comme servants de pièce sur les M777,
en l’occurrence les bombardiers GagnéMichaud, Gagnon et Depas. Le Caporal
Kaddah, qui en était à sa deuxième affectation en Afghanistan, a travaillé aux finances
de l’ESN pour l’achat de matériel. Finalement, le Bombardier Didone a agi comme
technicien de chargement pour les charges
d’hélicoptères avec l’ESN. Présentement,
un membre de l’unité, le Capitaine Larocque
est déployé au sein du QG de la FIAS en
tant qu’officier d’état major. De plus, nous
avons une demi-douzaine de membres qui sont volontaires pour la
prochaine rotation.
Il y a eu beaucoup de changements cette dernière année quant aux
postes seniors au sein de l’unité. Le Major Lefebvre, a été nommé au
poste de commandant-adjoint de l’unité. Les Major Gratton et Capitaine Ramacieri ont prit le commandement de la 7e batterie et 50e
batterie respectivement.
Une promotion très attendue a été remise à l’adjudant St-Hilaire le
10 novembre 2009. Ancien adjudant réserviste, il s’est ré enrôlé au
2nd Field Regiment en 2005 au rang de bombardier. Après plusieurs
procédures administratives, il fut promu sergent en 2007 puis adjudant en novembre dernier. L’adjudant St-Hilaire occupe le poste de
sergent-major de la troupe B.
Canadian Gunner
Le commandant du 2nd Field Regiment a remit plusieurs mentions
du commandant cette année. Au printemps 2009, le Bdrc Afonso a
reçu une mention du commandant pour son excellent travail comme
interprète lors de la 10e Conférence sur les armées d’Amérique. Une
mention a aussi été remise à l’adjudant Gagnon, notre adjudant des
opérations, pour son dévouement envers l’unité. Lors du dîner la
troupe le 19 décembre 2009, le commandant a tenu à souligner les efforts de l’adjudant-chef retraité Gilles Aubé, ancien SMR de l’unité pour
ses efforts quant à la préservation de notre histoire et notre patrimoine
au moyen de la 3e Batterie d’artillerie moyenne et son implication avec
le corps de cadets 2719. Les adjudants Fortin et Moloughney ont reçu
des mentions du commandant pour leur rendement hors-pair lors de
la Roto 7 en Afghanistan.
Le 2nd Field Regiment a conduit 2 exercices de tir réel cette année et plusieurs exercices à sec. Le Régiment a aussi participé aux
exercices du Groupe Bataillon Territorial (GBT) en préparation à l’Op
PODIUM pour les Olympiques de 2010 à Vancouver. Le Régiment a
effectué un tir du Salut historique lors du la parade du jour du souvenir
en tirant pour la première fois sur le campus de l’Université McGill.
Ce fut tout un spectacle tant pour les civils que pour les militaires qui
ne tarissaient pas d’éloges pour nos artilleurs. De plus, depuis le 6
novembre 2009, notre Régiment conduit un cours de Qualification
Militaire de Base (QMB). Au total, 16 membres ont été mobilisés afin
de combler différents postes au sein du cours dont 3 officiers, 7 sousofficiers supérieurs et 6 membres du rang.
Une année d’entraînement trépidante s’achève donc bientôt alors
que l’année prochaine s’annonce tout aussi mouvementée.
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3rd Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
3rd Field Regiment, RCA (The Loyal Company)
3rd Field Regiment continued to focus it’s training in the COE.
The Battery Commander of the Field Battery drew upon the 37
Bde COP and built numerous live fire exercises centered on a
battery in DS to notional TF in Afghanistan. These exercises created a sense of realism and relevancy for the participants and
as a result soldiers have taken an increased interest in and a
desire to learn and practice force protection in an asymmetrical
environment.
Maritime Raider 2009
Maritime Raider 09 saw the Regiment returning to the Fort
Pickett VA during the NB March Break. Maritime Raider is the
main 37 CBG collective training event that involves operations at
the Combat Team level within a Battle Group context. 3rd Field
Regiment manned three guns in an Afghanistan-type scenario
with 45 personnel from our Saint John and Woodstock Btys and
a detachment of 9 soldiers from 1st Field Regiment. The FOOs
were attached to dismounted infantry platoons and the gun troop
supported infantry operations with live artillery fire integrated
into the platoon live fire ranges. Entire villages with actors were
designed to give the feeling of being overseas and added to the
impact of the training.
Year award, and the for MBdr Tompkins was awarded the RSM’s
Award of Excellence.
Training in 2010
With the start of the new calendar year, our focus is in preparing our soldiers for Winter Warfare and their participation in EX
STALWART GOOSE. A section of 14 soldiers from 3 Fd Regt
will join other 37 Bde units in this joint exercise with the 5th Canadian Ranger Group in Churchill Falls, Labrador, 27 Feb – 10
Mar 10. This exercise and its lead up will help build the necessary skills and abilities for use in Canada’s ever important Artic
region during Sovereignty Exercises (SOVEXs) and Sovereignty
Operations (SOVOPs) and support the Brigade in confirmation
of this capability.
Task Force
115 Bty saw the safe return of one of last year’s Task Force
members in the summer, and three more returning safely at the
end of their tours in October. We have one soldier currently deployed on his second tour after starting his training in March and
a second soldier now in training to leave in 2010 for his second
tour.
Changes of Command
In September Major Chantal Bérubé assumed command of
115 Bty Saint John relieving Major J.C. Besner who retired this
year. In addition, HCol Irving assumed the appointment of Honourary Colonel on November 27th, 2009.
Promotions
Capt Bérubé was promoted to the rank of Maj on Sept 10,
2009 when she assumed command of her first Battery as BC.
Sgt Mason was promoted to WO on Oct 22, 2009. WO MacKay
and WO Gillingham were both promoted to MWO during the
Men’s Appreciation Dinner on Dec 12, 2009.
Awards and Decorations
During the Men’s Appreciation Dinner on Dec 12, 2009, honours and awards were presented to the following: CD Sgt Osborne, Sgt McLaughlin D., and Bdr Wilson; CD1 WO Mason,
and CD2 to Capt Watters. For their exemplary work within the
unit this year, Bdr Henry was presented the unit’s Soldier of the
Firing the 105mm C3 Howitzer in Fort Pickett, VA, surrounded
by snow the gunners swore followed them from Canada
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5th (British Columbia)
Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
It has been a busy
year for the gunners
of the 5th (BC) Field
Regiment. In addition
to an ambitious training plan, the regiment
has lent its members
out to help out in other
CF endeavours. Operation Podium, the
CF contribution to the
2010 Olympics, has
been the biggest recipient of support from the
regiment. 14 soldiers
of all ranks have volunteered to participate
in one of the largest
domestic operations in
Canadian history. This
year, 4 members of
the Regiment continued the 5th tradition of
providing support for
overseas operations by volunteering for Task Force Afghanistan roto 03/09. The Regiment also has a number of people
providing long term contributions to the CF by instructing and
mentoring new NCM and Officers in their Basic Military training at NOTC Venture, as well as providing instructors for various career courses as they arise.
community. As the Official Saluting Battery for the BC Legislature, the Regiment made many appearances for a number
of different occasions. The Regiment was also feature prominently in a number of different newspapers and publications,
both locally and nationally. This all aided in raising the profile
of the 5th, the RCA and the CF.
This year the 5th also showed that gunners can excel at other Soldier skills as well. MBdr William MacKiegan
won the Ferguson trophy and Queen’s medal at the Canadian Forces Small Arms Competition (CFSAC) as the best rifle
shooter in the CF. WO Henry Slack had a very successful
term as the Coach to the LFWA CFSAC team. We also had
a member of the Regiment, CWO Kirk Lewis, compete in the
Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii.
Training for the regiment spanned the array from individual soldier skills, to troop and battery level task and right
up to a Battle group level exercise. Because of the relative
proximity of the 15th Field Regiment, the 5th has numerous
opportunities for co-operative training exercises. This year
was no different. The two regiments combined for a number
of successful gun camps this year. This experience in inter
unit co-operation was very evident this year during Exercise
Prairie Defender, which was an area level exercise feature all
the reserve Units in LFWA. This provided an excellent opportunity for higher level training (such as a regimental fire mission) and combined arms operations. The Leadership also
gained valuable experience operating with in a Task Force
Tactical Operations Center.
Looking forward we can expect even better things
for the 5th. Unit recruiting has been very successful and we
have a number of people waiting to become trained gunners and swell the ranks of the Regiment. We have had a
strong interest in participating in the next tour to Afghanistan.
Through it all, the 5th continues to train hard and ensure it
continues to be “Never Unprepared”.
The Regiment also had a very high profile year in the
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6e Régiment d’Artillerie de Campagne
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Une autre année se termine. Une année où les changements
se sont succédé à bon rythme au 6e Régiment d’artillerie de
campagne notamment à sa direction. En effet, notre commandant en ce début d’année, le Lieutenant-colonel Richard Garon a quitté ses fonctions pour un poste de commandement
d’artillerie au sein de la FO-0109 en Afghanistan. C’est le major
André Gagné, qui de façon intérimaire, a dirigé le 6e RAC en
attendant la nomination, le 5 novembre 2009, du Lieutenantcolonel Serge Jean. Entre temps, plusieurs mouvements dans
le personnel ont été effectués. De nouveaux commandants de
batterie ont été nommés et une réorganisation administrative a
été complétée.
Le 6e RAC est considéré par les Forces armées canadiennes
comme une des meilleures unités d’artillerie de la Force de
réserve au Canada. Fort d’un effectif de 229 membres, le régiment fournit, bon an mal an, plusieurs militaires artilleurs pour
soutenir les efforts de la Force régulière. D’ailleurs, mentionnons le retour de 19 de nos membres de la mission FO-0109
en Afghanistan. Tous sont revenus du théâtre d’opérations avec
le sentiment de la fierté du devoir accompli. Au nom des Canadiens et des Canadiennes, le 6e RAC les remercie. Mais les accomplissements annuels du 6e RAC ne s’arrêtent pas là. Déjà,
au moment d’écrire ces lignes, 13 autres membres s’apprêtent à
quitter l’unité pour débuter leur entraînement afin de prêter mainforte aux autres membres de la Force régulière qui partiront pour
la FO-0310 en Afghanistan.
Il est temps de compléter le résumé des principales activités
de notre dernière année. Comme à l’habitude, le mois de janvier
est synonyme d’un exercice hivernal au Camp Shelby au Mississipi. Plus de 80 membres du régiment se sont joints aux autres
unités du Secteur du Québec de la force terrestre (SQFT) pour
cet exercice qui a consisté à parfaire les connaissances en artillerie et de redécouvrir toute la cohésion et l’entraide des membres au sein d’une batterie d’artillerie évoluant dans un cadre
régimentaire. Cela a été une très belle expérience et un bon
apprentissage qui n’a pas de prix si ce n’est que de confirmer le
désir de persévérer dans notre grand métier.
Le mois de février a été celui où certains de nos réservistes
vont connaître les rudiments de la guerre hivernale pour la
première fois et, pour les autres, se perfectionner à travailler
sous les rigueurs de l’hiver. Malgré le froid et la neige, plusieurs
d’entre nous se sont présentés à cet exercice saisonnier qui n’a
pas été de tout repos avec toutes les contraintes qui s’y rattachent. Enfin, c’est dans la bonne humeur et l’entraide que l’on
est passé au travers cet exigeant exercice.
Mars arrive avec ses températures plus douces. C’est un autre
tir réel qui se déroule sur la base de Valcartier. Moment propice
pour mettre en pratique tout ce que l’on a appris durant la péri-
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ode hivernale. Fait important à mentionner, malgré le fait que cet
exercice se déroule sur 3 jours lors d’une fin de semaine, le 6e
RAC parvient toujours à obtenir une participation élevée pour
mettre en batterie de 4 à 5 de ses 6 obusiers.
Avril se pointe et c’est la période propice pour les NIAC. Comme à chaque année, c’est la mise à niveau des connaissances
de base de tout soldat. Bien que le taux de participation soit
adéquat en cette période de fin d’études, il faut garder le cap sur
une plus grande participation afin de satisfaire aux exigences de
notre formation.
Mai, juin, juillet et août arrivent avec le début de l’été et la
parade finale des activités avant le début de la formation individuelle et les tâches qui s’annoncent sur les différentes bases
des Forces canadiennes. Encore une fois, le 6e RAC a fourni
plusieurs membres pour participer à l’instruction des nouvelles
recrues et à l’ensemble de la communauté militaire du SQFT.
Encore une fois cette année, l’unité a tenu son traditionnel concert au Crépuscule au fort numéro 1 de la Pointe Lévis le 15
août 2009. Cette activité musicale a été comme à l’habitude un
franc succès.
Le mois de septembre frappe à nos portes et rappelle tous les
membres de l’unité à nos différents manèges. Au programme
de cette saison automnale, parade du commandant pour la bienvenue, préparation pour les prochains tirs réels de l’année
et préparation individuelle pour l’épreuve des 13 km. À ce sujet,
plus de 70% des membres du régiment ont participé et réussirent ce test physique et de cohésion. L’automne se poursuit
avec les cérémonies du Jour du Souvenir qui rend hommage à
nos disparus et à ceux qui sont présentement en mission. C’est
aussi la période de la fête de notre patronne, Sainte-Barbara, et
du dîner régimentaire des artilleurs du SQFT tenu à Valcartier
par le 5e RALC.
L’ensemble de nos activités d’instructions et d’entraînement a
été réalisé dans le contexte d’importantes compressions budgétaires qui en ont grandement affecté la réalisation vis-à-vis les
objectifs initiaux. Les efforts financiers demandés à l’unité lui
ont permis démontrer sa capacité de se recentrer sur les activités et les tâches nécessaires à sa mission et aux attentes face
à sa contribution aux tâches expéditionnaires.
Finalement, la 58e batterie, après plusieurs années d‘absence
sur la Rive-Nord du fleuve Saint-Laurent, a pris possession de
nouveaux locaux situés dans l’arrondissement de Val-Bélair de
la Ville de Québec à proximité de la base militaire de Valcartier.
La 58e Batterie regroupera approximativement 105 réservistes
de l’unité. Cette visibilité régionale permettra de rehausser de
nouveau la présence historique du 6e RAC dans la grande région de la Ville de Québec.
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7th Toronto Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
the 7th Tor Officers Mess.
LCol Gomes spoke on the “warrior spirit”, commented
on the future of the unit and what it means to be a soldier
– service before self. LCol Gomes expressed his thanks
to the friends and family members in attendance and to
the officers, soldiers and their families for the sacrifices
that they make on a daily basis.
Even though LCol Kalergerakis may be leaving 7th Toronto Regiment, he has far from retired. He has been appointed A/COS Ops at 32 Brigade Headquarters.
The Change of Command Parade was held at Moss Park
Armouries with many impressive guests such as Brigadier
General Ernest Beno; Colonel Commandant, Royal Canadian Artillery, the Regiment’s Honorary Colonel Major
General (Ret’d) Brian Stephenson and Reviewing Officer,
the Commander of 32 Brigade Colonel Julian Chapman,
all whom were delighted to see the impressive turnout of
the unit’s members and to show their appreciation to both
LCol Kalogerakis and LCol Gomes.
The Regiment has kept busy balancing qualifying on
IBTS, maintaining gunnery skills and preparing for OP
Cadence while working with a reduced budget for the past
and the upcoming fiscal year.
After diligently serving 3½ years as the Commanding
Officer of the 7th Toronto Regiment; Lieutenant Colonel
Bill Kalogerakis, passed the command of the Regiment
to the incoming Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel
Mike Gomes on June 15, 2009.
LCol Gomes first enrolled with the 7th Toronto Regiment, RCA as a Private in 1988. After spending time in
the ranks and rising to the rank of MBdr, LCol Gomes accepted his commission in the spring of 1990.
LCol Gomes has served in the Regiment with extensive experience both as a Gun Position Officer (GPO) and
Forward Observation Officer (FOO). During the spring of
2005, while serving as 15 Battery Commander (BC), LCol
Gomes was promoted to the rank of Major. After completing his command and staff course in Fort Frontenac
Kingston in the summer of 2005, LCol Gomes went on to
command 9 Battery (gun and mortar battery) for 2 years
before assuming a very short stint of six months as 2IC
of the Regiment. In addition to his duties as 2IC of the
Regiment, LCol Gomes also commanded the Advanced
Skills Company with 32 Brigade battle school prior to his
appointment as Commanding Officer.
On Jun 15th 2009, LCol Gomes was promoted to his
current rank and assumed command of 7th Tor Regiment
from LCol Kalergerakis during a signing ceremony held in
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38th CBG Artillery Tactical Group
t 10th Field Artillery Regiment
t 26th Field Artillery Regiment
t 116th Independent Field Battery
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
TAKE POST! This
forward to the new
oft repeated phrase
group of recruits
accurately sums up
coming in to rethe activities of the
place them. Fur38 Canadian Brither support was
gade Artillery Tactilent to the regular
cal Group (38 ATG).
force by a continThe ATG consists
gent of ATG solof three separate
diers who took
units, 10 Field Regt,
part in AVCON.
26 Field Regt and
The troops were
116 Ind Field Bty
able to integrate
with the HQ element
seamlessly
and
located in the 26 FD
were an invaluable
Brandon Manitoba
part of manning for
Armoury. The ATG
1 RCHA.
concept is becoming
familiar to the units
38 Artillery Tacinvolved and has
tical
Group
is
proved
beneficial
pleased to anto all the units. By
nounce the followrelieving pressure
ing promotions; to
on succession planLt – Lt Drader; and
ning and leadership
to Sgt- Sgt Haig,
commitments
the
Sgt
Blair,
Sgt
ATG is invaluable AVCON 2009: Soldiers of the ATG fill half the positions of this Roto, ensuring suc- Clark, Sgt Creasy
and has allowed us cess of our Domestic Operation and the safety of travellers through Roger’s Pass
and Sgt Rushton.
to provide the artilA number of key
lery support that
positions
have
is deserved and necessary for the 38 Canadian Brigade changed hands in the unit as well. In Brandon the BSM
Group. Commanding Officer LCol Ross Thompson and position of 71 Bty passed from W.O. Chad Lelond C.D.
Regimental Sergeant Major Mike MacRae have had the to W.O. Patrick Desbiens C.D. 13 Bty (Portage La Praiprivilege of commanding a total of 234 soldiers this year. rie) was pleased to welcome back M.W.O. Trevor Jesseau
As one of the biggest units in the Brigade the ATG has C.D. from Sierra Leone and see him take the 13 BSM reins
been able to be a positive influence in training and esprit back from A/BSM Sgt Mark Wilson C.D. 2009 also saw
de corps in the Brigade.
the retirement of Captain Ed McArthur who will be much
missed in his position of Adjutant of the ATG. The new
This year the ATG proved to be an important factor in Adjt, Lt Holly Drader will do her best to fill some rather
supplying troops for overseas deployments. The unit de- large shoes.
ployed a total of 19 members to task force 3-09. Many of
the members were employed in various leadership posiThe Tactical Group managed to address a long time
tions and did the unit and the corps of artillery proud with shortage of expertise within the unit this year. An Obsertheir honourable service overseas. The large number of vation Post detachment member course was run by MWO
veterans of foreign deployments in the ATG ranks has al- Sembalerus and WO Appel which graduated twelve qualilowed the training in the ATG to remain relevant in modern fied det members. The course was well run and the canfull spectrum operations.
didates were able to confirm their learning on Exercise
Prowling Gunner 7. This course laid the necessary ground
The ATG saw a large number of personnel transfer to the work to ensure that the ATG will be able to field an approregular force this year. We had numerous soldiers decide priate number of Observation Posts for years to come.
to go full time and serve in the Regular Army. These soldiers are sure to make a positive difference in their new
The ATG completed a number of exercises this last year
units. The ATG of course wishes them the best and looks ensuring that our gunnery skills remained high. The first
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lessons about combined arms operations. Exercise Sniper Gunner on 1820 September is where the ATG honed
its’ individual soldier skills. ELOC commitments were met with both a pistol
shoot and an excellent machine gun
range as a bonus. Approximately 80%
of the ATG was able to meet the ELOC
training standards.
The fall saw the ATG deploy on Ex
Prowling Gunner 7. After a summer of
individual training the ATG refreshed
its’ gunnery skills on the CFB Shilo
Ranges. The exercise allowed the OP
Det member course to confirm their
skills and provide the ATG with 3 full OP
dets. The unit once again proved that
units from three provinces can come together in a 48 hour period and meet the
necessary battle task standards.
The ATG had the privilege of providing a number of gun salutes at the
Winnipeg Legislature. One of the major salutes was for the changing of Lt.
Governor of Manitoba with Capt Isaac
Skuce C.D. as the Troop Commander.
The incoming Lt. Gov reviewed the
troops and commented on how professional the turn out was. Remembrance
Day provided the ATG an opportunity
to reflect on fallen comrades and to
provide the 21 Gun salute with Lt Holly
Drader as the Troop Commander. A
large turnout with over 500 spectators
and excellent gun drill ensured that the
memory of our fallen soldiers was appropriately marked.
Remembrance Day Salute 2009: Winnipeg Legislature Building saw over 500 civilian
spectators pay respects to our fallen comrades.
Overall 2009 was a busy year for the
38 Brigade Artillery Tactical Group. We
contributed a large number of soldiers for overseas operations, ran a number of courses and ensured our gunnery
skills remained at a high standard. Overall we were able
to demonstrate that three very different units can come
together under the auspices of a Tactical Grouping and
meet the challenges facing Reserve Regiments and the
corps of Artillery.
exercise of the year was Prowling Gunner 6 which took
place on 19 to 22 March. Exercise Prowling Gunner 6
allowed the ATG to deploy as a full Battery with echelon.
The experience of the gunners who have deployed overseas made it possible for the ATG to shake off any cobwebs quickly and to get down to putting rounds downrange
on time and on target. The ATG also deployed to Suffield
and Exercise Western Defender 1-10 May. The ATG was
a vital component of the artillery contribution on this exercise and the soldiers involved were able to learn vital
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The ATG celebrated a number of social events, the most notable being the
61st Military Ball in Brandon. An excellent turn out and superior performance
by the Pipes and Drums of 26 Fd ensured that the quests and members of
the ATG enjoyed an excellent night and
ensured that this long running event
will continue.
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15th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2009 was a year heavily influenced by Operational commitments to the unit. We saw several soldiers deployed abroad as
part of Operation ATHENA and
domestically as part of Operations CONNECTION and PODIUM. The year represented a renaissance for core personal and
collective training.
In the spring of 2009, 15th
Field Artillery Regiment RCA was
tasked to conduct a BMQ (Common) Course. This attracted candidates and staff from across the
Brigade. Having a course hosted
by, and partially staffed by, Gunners ensured that “a touch of
class was brought to what otherwise could have been vulgar affair.” From day one, candidates
were introduced to the traditions
and honours of the Artillery. It
took very little time for the instructors to illustrate to the
candidates the appropriate level of respect owed to the
Colours.
The first major exercise of the year was Exercise CLAYMORE STEEL I, held in Fort Lewis, USA. We combined
forces with 5 (BC) Field Artillery Regiment, RCA and hit the
ground running. The intent of the exercise was to focus
on fire planning for the Ops and to conduct a pyrotechnic
refresher and demo for our newly minted gunners. This
exercise included a visit from the Vancouver Police Department Military Liaison Unit. We returned to Fort Lewis
in March for Exercise ROLLING THUNDER. This time we
focused on defending the Gun Position while carrying out
indirect fire tasks. The BK and local defence force were
kept quite busy, repelling constant probes and mounting
counter attacks. In spite of harassment day and night,
the rounds were still on time and on target. Our last gunnery exercise was Exercise CLAYMORE STEEL II, held in
the Yakima Firing Centre, USA. Our focus was to fire in
support of manoeuvre warfare. In short, shoot and scoot.
We finished the year’s final shoot with harassing fire tasks
and anti tank shoots.
Throughout the training year, our Regiment was in regular support of Operation CONNECTION, a “connect with
Canadians” Operation providing support for community
relations. We provided a static display during the Pacific
National Exhibition (PNE) and during the 2009 Vancouver
International Auto Show. During this year’s Abbotsford Air
Show, we manned a static display, but also provided fire
support for a daily All Arms Tactical Demonstration. This
demonstration included armoured reconnaissance, mounted and dismounted infantry, artillery fire and close air support. All of these events provided excellent opportunities
to interact with the community and educate them on the
Canadian Forces roles both domestically and abroad.
Eight of our Gunners were deployed to Afghanistan and
thirteen deployed to the Cypress Mountain area in preparation for the 2010 Olympics during the year. The following soldiers were on Operation ATHENA: Capt T. Yoo, Sgt
R. Tennant, Bdr M. Coles, Bdr A. Dyke, Bdr J. Farquhar,
Bdr B. Lippert, Bdr D. Pare and Bdr D. Scott. The following members deployed on Operation PODIUM: Capt C.
Evans, MBdr E. Genrty, MBdr D. Taylor, Bdr I. Ho, Bdr K.
Keene, Bdr D. Kim, Bdr D. Lee, Bdr A. Le, Bdr W. Martinez, Bdr A. Ma, Bdr J. Norsworthy, Bdr J. Rozario and Cpl
M. Wong
During the year, the Regiment had a change of RSM from
CWO R. Wishnicki to CWO K. Walker. CWO K. Walker
was promoted earlier in the year as was WO R. Garret.
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20th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
20th Field Regt, Royal Canadian Artillery is comprised of 61 Battery
in Edmonton, Alberta, 78 Battery in Red Deer, Alberta and a Headquarters and Services Battery in Edmonton, Alberta. We have a total
of 84 members on nominal roll as of December 2009. Our current
Commanding Officer is Major Tom Fowler and the current Regimental Sergeant
Major
is
MWO Jim
Gourlay.
These soldiers received training on LOSV and BV206s in addition
to other skills that will allow these members to display these newly
acquired skills upon their return in late March of 2010.
From the domestic operations scene we are tasked with the provision of a salute troop for Opening of the
Provincial Legislature, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra’s 1812 Overture and Remembrance
Day. These events provide 20th Field and
the Forces as a whole with great public
exposure and allow us to show case our
guns.
2 0 0 9
marked another busy
an
hectic
year for the
officers and
men of 20th
Field Regiment, Royal
Canadian
Artillery. Like
most LFWA
unit we had
a busy operation tempo
with support Edmonton Symphony Orchestra’s 1812 Overture in Hawrelak Park in Edp r o v i d e d monton. 3 Gun Detachments ready to fire with close coordination with a
foreign and conductor from the orchestra.
domestic
operations
not to mention individual tasks. In 2009 we had almost 25%
of the entire Regiment out of the unit on deployments or individual full time taskings within Canada.
2010 is shaping up to be another hectic
year as it will be a near copy of 2009 from
an operational viewpoint. TF 1-11 is expected to start standing up shortly and a
call is expected to provide more troops to
augment and fill positions where necessary. The Regiment is expecting delivery
of MSVS trucks and the new C7A2 in late
2010 which will require varying degrees of
conversion and retraining. 20th Field is
up to the challenge and will deliver another successful year in meeting all its tasks.
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The Regiment welcomed Major Tom Fowler as the new
Commanding Officer in September. Major Fowler was the
DCO and had recently returned from Afghanistan where he
served with the NSE as an OC. He served within 20th Field
Regiment as BC and DCO prior to taking on the new role as
the Commanding Officer.
The Regiment has 10 members deployed in Afghanistan
in a myriad of different roles and functions. We have members loading helicopters and dealing the IED threat along
with one acting as a Rifleman with the 2nd Battalion PPCLI.
The tour is going well for all our members overseas and we
are looking forward to having them home in the near future.
20th Field has 5 members deployed with the Lord Strathcona’s Horse for Op Podium for the Olympic Winter games.
Our members are participating as riflemen in a Rifle Company providing perimeter security for several of the Olympic venues.
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30th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
30th Field Regiment Royal Canadian Artillery, like most artillery reserve units, spends the majority of its time teaching and learning gunnery.
The unit deploys regularly to CFB Petawawa for regimental exercises. A
secondary role of the Regiment is to conduct gun salutes in the National
Capital Region. Over the past year, 30th Field Regiment, RCA has been
tasked with gun salutes for national holidays, arrivals of foreign dignitaries
and the opening of Parliament. Our members are motivated and skilled
soldiers who do their jobs at home and abroad with enthusiasm. Members of the “Bytown Gunners” can also take pride in our long and eventful
regimental history.
30th Field Regiment was formed in September 1855, as the volunteer
Militia Field Battery of the City of Ottawa, making 30th Field Regiment the
oldest serving militia unit in Ottawa and the oldest military organization
created by the Government of Canada. The Volunteer Militia Field Battery was soon designated No. 2 Ottawa Field Battery. 2 Battery has been
in existence since then and has deployed in every major war since its
inception. 30th Field Regiment’s nickname, “The Bytown Gunners,” honours Ottawa, its hometown, which was originally named for its founder,
Lieutenant-Colonel John By of the Royal Engineers, who built the Rideau
Canal.
In 1866 and 1870, the 2nd Field Battery was called out for the Fenian
Raids and, at various times during the Victorian era, it served “in aid to
the civil power” to quell riots and collect taxes from rebelling farmers. The
Bytown Gunners also contributed soldiers to the force that fought Louis
Riel in 1885, and sent Lieutenant E.W.B (Dinky) Morrison with a two-gun
section to the Boer War in 1899. Lt Morrison and his guns took part in the
famous rearguard action of Leliefontein, in which 170 Canadian soldiers
routed 750 Boers, suffering 90 percent casualties but also earning three
Victoria Crosses and, for Lt Morrison, a Distinguished Service Order for
bravery.
In the First World War, the Bytown Gunners raised the 1st Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery for the Canadian Expeditionary Force. The “Brigade
Surgeon”, Major John McCrae was serving as an artillery officer in May
1915 when he wrote In Flanders Fields. Maj. McCrae’s comrade-in-arms
Lieutenant-Colonel E.W.B. Morrison, DSO, submitted the poem to the
British magazine Punch. Morrison, who in civilian life was the Editor-inChief of the Ottawa Citizen, was knighted for his outstanding command
of all the Canadian artillery on the Western Front and ended the war as
Maj-Gen, Sir E.W.B. Morrison, KCMG, CB, DSO.
During the Second World War, the Ottawa Field Brigade produced
four batteries for overseas service, of which three saw action. The 2nd
Field Battery, the 1st Light Anti-Aircraft Battery and the 51st Anti-Tank Battery went overseas. The 25th Light Anti-Aircraft Battery went to the Pacific
coast to defend Canada from Japanese invasion. In the breakout from
the Normandy beachhead, the 2nd Field Battery fired the Allies’ heaviest concentrations of the war, up to 1000 rounds per gun per day. The
1st Light Anti-Aircraft Battery claimed some of the first downed aircraft of
the invasion. It was a Bytown Gunner, Brigadier Stanley Todd, who commanded all the Canadian guns in North-west Europe. Two other famous
Bytown Gunners were the late Chief Justice of Canada, Brian Dickson
who lost a leg in Normandy and the famous author, George Blackburn.
Captain Blackburn was a forward observer who fought through France,
Belgium, Holland and into Germany. Soldiers from 2nd Field Battery were
among the 23 Gunners who took part in the Dieppe Raid on 19 August
1942 and were all killed or captured. In 1946, the four batteries returned
to Ottawa and were converted to Field Artillery and amalgamated to form
the 30th Field Regiment.
Bytown Gunners also fought in the Korean conflict and have served
in operations around the world. Many members of the Regiment have
transferred to the Regular component of the Canadian Forces (including
current CLS LGen Leslie and A/CLS MGen Howard, both former members of 30th Field Regiment), and many more have served with contingents on NATO and UN service in the Balkans, Middle-East and Africa.
To date 30th Field Regiment has had 28 gunners deploy to Afghanistan.
The Regiment takes great pride in its operational focus but also in its special ceremonial role as the National Salute Troop, firing salutes for special
occasions, visiting heads of state and national periods of remembrance
or mourning. The Bytown Gunners are often heard booming on Parliament Hill firing artillery salutes for various ceremonial events. On the eve
of the 155th Anniversary of 30th Field Regiment, members of the Regiment are proudly carrying on the living history of the Bytown Gunners.
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49th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2009 proved a busy year for 49th (Sault Ste. Marie)
Field Regiment RCA. Several soldiers began workup training for the next ROTO in Afghanistan, including the Regiment’s former RSM, Capt VL Knox. The following members
of the Regiment arrived home after completing a tour in
Afghanistan: Capt BP Nadon, MBdr SD Anderson, MBdr
N. Luhtanen, MBdr TJ Phillips, Bdr R Chiarelli and Gnr K
MacDonald. The Regiment and members of the community
greeted our returning Gunners at the local airport, happy to
see them home safely.
Sadly, MCpl Scott Vernelli from Sault Ste. Marie was
killed by an IED
near
Kandahar City. MCpl
Vernelli was a
friend to many
of our troops,
the Sault being a closelyknit small community.
MCpl
Vernelli was a
member of the
Royal
Canadian Regiment.
Soldiers
from
our
Regiment
participated in
MCpl Vernelli’s
funeral at CFB
Petewawa.
Shortly
after
returning
from
operations overseas,
SD Anderson, N
Luhtanen and TJ Phillips were promoted to Sergeant. Joining them in the Sergeants’ Mess was PL Marceau, another
member of the Regiment promoted to Sergeant this year.
MC Davis and CA Ross were promoted to Warrant Officer.
Mr. PJ Vere – who began the year as an artillery officer with
the Regiment – was promoted to Captain after discerning
God’s call to serve our soldiers in a different capacity as a
regimental Padre. Yet the most exciting promotion came
just before the New Year; Mr. RJ Lambert, BC of 30 Bty,
was promoted to Major.
Various exercises throughout the year challenged our
soldiers to put to use the knowledge and training they
gained from our on-going courses and parade notes. Soldiers participated in live-fire exercises at Camp Grayling
in Michigan, a winter warfare exercise in the wilderness
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north of Sault Ste. Marie, and IBTS training in the fall. Officers and Senior NCOs also visited the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa for a professional development weekend.
The Regiment’s leadership spent the weekend researching
Canada’s historical contributions to the artillery trade.
Additionally, the Regiment contributed significantly to the
conduct of Regional Summer Training here in Sault Ste Marie, resulting in numerous qualifications being issued upon
the completion of various courses. Once again another
successful summer of training, certainly memorable for
those who attended here in the Sault.
The Regiment
paraded on the
11th of November
(Remembrance
Day)
in honour of
our dead from
Canada’s wars.
The public support
for
the
members, particularly in this
time of war, was
heartfelt. Most
of our soldiers
gathered
in
downtown Sault
Ste. Marie for
the main ceremony hosted
by the Legion.
However, some
soldiers attended other Remembrance Day
ceremonies in local schools and the Legion branches in
nearby communities. After the ceremonies, members of the
Regiment gathered at the Legion Hall with local veterans to
remember fallen comrades.
The calendar year ended with the traditional Christmas
Dinner for our soldiers on December 15. Following the usual regimental pattern, unit officers served troops a classic
dinner of turkey, potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, and cranberry sauce. The CO exchanged rank with the youngest
Gunner, while the RSM did the same with the oldest Gunner. After dinner, our soldiers listened to the history of St.
Barbara before retiring to their respective Messes. The dinner was well-received by our soldiers, concluding the year
with a celebration of the camaraderie and esprit de corps
felt throughout our Regiment.
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56th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The gunners of the 56th Field Regiment have finished
another exciting and challenging year. The Regiment,
consisting of 10 Bty in St Catharine’s, 54 Bty, HQ Bty and RHQ
in Brantford, and 69 Bty in Simcoe, took part in numerous
CPXs, FTXs training events, a variety of community activities,
from air shows and parades to presentations at local clubs
and schools throughout our 5000 km2 area. The unit also
honoured our Nation’s Veterans
by participating in Memorial and
Remembrance Services in the Six
Nations and our home garrisons.
The year began with
17 members of the Regiment
deployed to Afghanistan, both as
part of F Bty or within the Task
Force Kandahar Headquarters.
Overseas were Captains Dave
Vandevenne, Grant Seale, and
Robin Cooke, Warrant Officers
Paul Elliott and Grant Philpott,
Sergeant
James
Morgan,
Petty Officer 2nd Class Dale
Harrington, Master Bombardiers
Gabby Bielewicz, Matt Bradley,
and Tim Bothwell, Bombardiers Melvin Monteblanca, Geoff
Henderson, Scott Hoo, Kevin Griffin, Ryan Nielissen, Kyle
Langas, and Tristan Ferguson. Our soldiers served in a
variety of roles, from working in M777 detachments to acting
as Forward Observation Officers.
We had barely welcomed home these 17 soldiers when the
call came for the next wave of soldiers to leave the Regiment
for pre-deployment training in Petawawa. By the end of the
year, 27 soldiers from the Regiment were getting ready to
serve overseas. We are confident that these soldiers will
make the Regiment proud in 2010.
The Regiment maintained a busy training calendar
despite the losses of key personnel to these operational
tasks. In January the Regiment took advantage of the cold
and snow to reconfirm our winter warfare skills on Exercise
FROZEN GUNNER. IBTS training was also a major priority
during 2009. During September, the Regiment deployed to
the Winona Rifle Range in order to conduct our mandatory
PWT 3 shoot and complete various IBTS stands. The highlight
of the training year was Exercise COOPERATIVE GUNNER,
which was run in conjunction
with our colleagues from the
7th Toronto Regiment, the 11th
Field Regiment, the 49th Field
Regiment, and the 2nd Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery.
After conducting a CPX to ensure
everyone had been refreshed on
the procedures for shooting at
the Regimental level, gunners
from all participating units
deployed to Land Forces Central
Area Training Center Meaford to
conduct Battery and Regimental
fire missions. The exercise was
very successful, as together the
various gunner units were able to
achieve a level of training rarely
possible when they exercise individually.
There were a few personnel changes during the
year. Major Rob Christopher turned over command of the
Field Battery to Major Howie Maclachlan. Major Maclachlan
in turn handed over command of 54 Battery to Captain Dave
Vandevenne. Warrant Officer John McDonald relinquished
his position as Battery Sergeant Major of the Field Battery
to Master Warrant Officer Paul Elliott upon the latter’s return
home from Afghanistan.
2009 was a busy but successful year for 56th Field
Regiment. The Regiment made a significant commitment of
its soldiers to operational deployments while still conducting
a busy training schedule for those remaining in Canada.
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L’Artilleur Canadien
62e Régiment d’Artillerie de Campagne
Le Régiment royal de l’Artillerie Canadienne
This passed year was a
busy year of training for the
62 Fd Regt. We participated in exercises to hone our
gunnery skills, maintain
our soldier skills and become proficient in contemporary Army doctrine. We
undertook the usual yearly
regiment of training.
The unit swore in 44
new members throughout
the year. Keeping in with
the tradition, we are still
actively augmenting the
regular forces with troops
deployed
on
overseas
operations.
Within the
past year, we have sent 8
members to Afghanistan
within various positions
with 5 RCHA. Seven of
those eight members are
now transferred to the reg
force. We also have several members who self identified for ROTO 03-10 and
who are in the process of
completing their DAG files.
The CO presented many CDs to deserving
members, specially the one to Sgt Paul Pellerin who received his CD3 for his 42 years
of loyal service. Sgt Pellerin started with the
62 Fd regiment in 1967, joined the regular
force and after many years has a clerk, retired and came back to our unit to finish his
career where he started. Bravo Zulu.
The tempo at 62 Fd regt has certainly
been high and with everything that we have
participated in, past and present, we do so
with pride as gunners. No matters what the
task, the 62 Fd regt will continue to carry on
with exceptional determination and continue
to serve.
UBIQUE
Canadian Gunner
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18th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2008 saw 18 Air Defence Regiment. Celebrate 100 years of
Artillery in Lethbridge. In 2009 the 18 Regt saw great movement
toward the future with a large
number of new recruits and
a substantial involvement in
operations, both Afghanistan
and
OP
PODIUM
in
Vancouver.
Duguay’s promotion to Major and assumption of command was
an important event for the Unit’s transition as a “Gunner” took
command for the first time
since the unit was re-rolled to
tube Artillery.
As mentioned above the
Regt’s contribution to TFA
was significant this past year.
With the core strength of
It was the largest contingent
the unit deploying overseas
in recent history with 15
or on domestic operations
members deploying to TFA.
the 18 AD Regt faced many
In a show of support, the
challenges but in every
Regt planned a departure
instance not only did the Unit
ceremony on 7 July that was
succeed but in many cases
well attended by the citizens
did an outstanding job.
and media of Lethbrdge. The
City of Lethbridge supported
Elements or Members 18 AD Regt. members Bdr. Merrick and Bdr. Addison prepare a load this event by holding a meetdeployed on Operations
and-greet in the Mayor’s
for a Canadian Chinook Helicopter in Afghanistan.
a.
The
following
Chambers afterwards. At this
members
served
in
time the, the Artillery Flag flies
Afghanistan in 2009:
at both Tourist Information
Bdr. Potts KP, Sgt. Lapthorn ASE, Sgt. Williams GA, MBdr. Centres until all of the Regt’s soldiers are back safely from
Halmrast TL, Mcpl. Whitegrass MD, Bdr. Davis JJB, Bdr. Crowchief operations.
CP, Bdr. Addison AM, Bdr. Fossum DB, Cpl. Kultchen DJ, Bdr.
Merrick DJ, Bdr. Neufeld PM, Bdr. Oliver DE, Bdr. Paynton TA,
On 12 Dec 09 Private Brent Ginther, 1 PPCLI, received the
Bdr. Scott DB, Bdr. Stewart BA.
Sacrifice medal from Major Duguay for his injuries received
b.
The following members are serving in OP PODIUM in in combat in Afghanistan. Private Ginther’s hometown is in 18
2009:
AD Regt’s AO and once we learned that he was in the area the
Bdr. Barnard W, Gnr. Mankow JCS, Gnr. Rolls RG, Pte. Schan Unit began to include him in all our activities so much so that he
T,
considers 18 AD Regt “his” unit now. Pte Ginther requested Major
Duguay award him his medal in recognition of the support he has
There were two major exercises in 2009 both of which were received from the Regiment.
significant. Firstly, EXERCISE WESTERN DEFENDER / TOTAL
RAM 2 – 10 May in CFB Suffield. The
Three milestones were achieved
focus of this exercise was develop
in 2009. 18 AD Regt conducted
the skills needed in the contemporary
a DP1 course with the majority of
battlefield. The second major
candidates from Lethbridge, the
exercise, EXERCISE NASCENT
rest from 20 Fd Regt; the first time
MONGOOSE, was held in October
since re-rolling back to tube Artillery
at CFB Wainwright. EXERCISE
18 AD Regt fired the Minute Gun
NASCENT MONGOOSE promoted
at the Remembrance ceremonies
individual skill development and unit
in Lethbridge. This was a great
skill improvements both in the areas
highlight of the ceremony and
of Field Gunnery and IBTS. This
brought back many memories to
exercise was a combined exercise
those that remembered in years
with 20 Field Regiment
past when the guns would fire in the
city on Remembrance Day. And
On 31 January 2009 Major Michel
lastly, 18 AD Regt, had the largest
Duguay assumed command of the
involvement in TFA than any other
Regt from Major Beauchamp. Major
non-infantry unit in 41 Brigade.
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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 personnel changes in 2009. Capt Geoff
Popovits remained on staff but Capt Rob Vandermolen from
1 RCHA joined the RHQ staff as Regt Adjt and Asst Adjt RCA
respectively. Maj Chuck LaRocque, formally the Regt Maj
retired and was not replaced. The position of Regimental Major
will be filled sometime Summer 2010, and with some luck will
include a newly posted in Regimental Sergeant Major and
Regimental Clerk. Capt Victor de Waal component transferred
to the Reserves and is currently working in Winnipeg on Dom
Ops. The remainder of the RHQ team for 2009 were Sgt
Angus Henry and MBdr Jeff Fehr heading up the Kit Shop,
Bdrs Neal Armstrong,
Adam Hansson, and
Geoff Logue, behind
the kit shop counter
and Bdr Glen Parsons
working out of the RCA
Workshop alongside
Bdr Bart Emberly.
Bdr
Genevieve
Bosse formerly of
the RCA Workshop
has
occupationally
transferred to Postal.
Bdrs Dwayne Butler
and George Zinck have
returned to 1 RCHA
and Base respectively
from the RCA Kitshop.
R e g i m e n t a l
Headquarters
remained active in
2009. Along with the
numerous events held within the Museum walls, RHQ was still
actively involved with coordination and editing of the Quadrant,
The Gunner, The Geoffry Brooks Essay Competition, and The
Shilo stag quarterly publications. The Junior Officers Course
held 18-21 November 2009 was a success as it educated fourty
of the next up and coming Junior Officers on the historical and
contemporary relevance of the Artillery in Canada. During the
final day of the JOC RHQ attended the commemoration of the
35 plus years of service of Lieutenant General Jan Arp’s career
with the firing of his last round from a 1 RCHA M777. RHQ
again commemorated the Canoe River Disaster (21 Nov) at
the Memorial in Shilo before breaking off in December. RHQ
throughout the year 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.
Canadian Gunner
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Dans l’Armée de terre, rien n’est plus constant que le changement et
le poste de commandement régimentaire (PCR) a connu sa juste part
de changements de personnel en 2009. Le Capt Geoff Popovits est
demeuré à l’état major et le Capt Rob Vandermolen, du 1er Régiment,
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (1 RCHA), s’est joint au Maj Chuck
LaRocque à l’état major du PCR. Officiellement, le major régimentaire
a pris sa retraite mais n’a pas été immédiatement remplacé. Le poste
sera pourvu au cours de l’été 2010, et avec un peu de chance, le PCR
inclura également une nouvelle affectation de sergent major. Le poste
de commis du PCR sera également pourvu au cours du printemps
2010. Le Capt Victor de Waal a été transféré à la Réserve et travaille
actuellement aux opérations nationales à Winnipeg. En 2009, le reste
de l’équipe du PCR était composé
du Sgt Angus Henry et du Bdrc
Jeff Fehr, qui dirigent la boutique,
des Bdr Neal Armstrong, Adam
Hansson et Geoff Logue, qui
s’occupent du comptoir de la
boutique, et du Bdr Glen Parsons,
qui travaille à l’atelier de l’ARC aux
côtés du Bdr Bart Emberly. Le Bdr
Genevieve Bosse, anciennement
de l’atelier de l’ARC, a été
reclassée au service postal. Les
Bdr Dwayne Butler et George
Zinck ont quitté respectivement la
boutique de l’ARC pour retourner
à la Base du 1 RCHA.
En 2009, le poste de
commandement
régimentaire
est demeuré actif. En plus des
nombreux
événements
qui
ont eu lieu au Musée, le PCR
participe encore activement à la
coordination et à la direction du Quadrant, de L’Artilleur canadien, au
concours de rédaction Geoffrey Brooks et aux activités quotidiennes
des programmes du Fonds du régiment de l’ARC. Le cours à l’intention
des officiers subalternes, qui a eu lieu du 18 au 21 novembre 2009,
fut une réussite puisqu’il a permis d’instruire une quarantaine de jeunes
officiers subalternes sur la pertinence historique et contemporaine de
l’Artillerie au Canada. Lors de la dernière journée du centre d’opérations
interarmées (COI), le personnel du PCR a assisté à la commémoration
des 35 années et plus de service du Lieutenant général Jan Arp, qui a
tiré son dernier obus avec le M-777 du 1 RCHA. Le PCR a également
commémoré le désastre de Canoe River (le 21 novembre), au monument
commémoratif à Shilo, avant de se disperser en décembre. Tout au long
de l’année, le PCR a continué d’agir à titre de centre administratif pour
toutes les activités patrimoniales de l’ARC, telles que la campagne de
financement pour le patrimoine de l’ARC, les activités annuelles du
Fonds du régiment, le site Web de l’ARC (www.artillery.net), ainsi que la
boutique et l’atelier de l’ARC (www.rcakitshop.net).
RCA Museum - Musée de l’ARC
The staff and volunteers of The Central Museum of
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery (The RCA
Museum) have continued to improve our exhibits and our
collection management in 2009. In January we unveiled
the Victoria Crosses and medals of Sgt Robert Spall
and Capt Christopher O’Kelly in our gallery dedicated to
Manitoba VC recipients. Both medals are on loan for a
five-year period. In June we opened a newly renovated
Building M-101 as our Curatorial Centre. This building
gives us a purpose built artifact storage, conservation and
maintenance facility for the first time since the Museum
opened in 1962. The Museum now occupies two buildings
at CFB Shilo with a footprint of 50,000 square feet. In
November we unveiled over $50,000 of improvements to
the WW2 exhibits in the National Artillery Gallery. The
Museum was enjoyed by over 7,500 visitors in 2009,
along with over 15,000 visitors to our website at www.
rcamuseum.com. The staff is now looking forward to
opening our new Manitoba Military History Gallery on 13
May 2010. We are proud to have the mission of connecting
with Canadians on behalf of The Royal Regiment. Good
shooting to Gunners everywhere!
En 2009, le personnel et les bénévoles du Musée central du Régiment
royal de l’Artillerie canadienne (le Musée de l’ARC) ont continué
l’amélioration des expositions et la gestion de la collection. En janvier,
nous avons procédé au dévoilement des Croix de Victoria (V.C.) et des
médailles du Sgt Robert Spall et du Capt Christopher O’Kelly dans la
galerie dédiée aux récipiendaires manitobains de la V.C. Ces médailles
nous ont été prêtées pour une période de cinq ans. En juin, nous avons
inauguré le bâtiment M 101, qui a été récemment rénové, pour en faire
notre centre de conservation. Pour la première fois depuis l’ouverture
du Musée en 1962, nous avons un bâtiment spécialement conçu pour
l’entreposage d’artefacts, l’entretien et la conservation. Aujourd’hui, le
Musée occupe deux bâtiments sur la Base des Forces canadiennes
Shilo (BFC Shilo), avec une superficie au sol de 50 000 pieds carrés.
En novembre, au Musée national de l’Artillerie, nous avons dévoilé
les nouveaux aménagements, au coût de plus de 50 000 $, pour les
expositions sur la Deuxième Guerre mondiale. En 2009, le Musée a
reçu plus de 7 500 visiteurs, et plus de 15 000 personnes ont visité notre
site Web au www.rcamuseum.com. Le personnel attend maintenant
avec impatience l’ouverture, le 13 mai 2010, de notre nouveau Musée
d’histoire militaire du Manitoba. Nous sommes fiers de notre mission,
qui est celle de communiquer avec les Canadiens au nom du régiment
royal. Bon tir à tous les artilleurs!
The New WW2 Exhibits
Les nouvelles expositions sur la Deuxième Guerre mondiale
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L’Artilleur Canadien
Royal Canadian Artillery Association
L’Association de l’Artillerie Royale
Canadienne
Royal Canadian Artillery
Association
L’Association de l’Artillerie Royale Canadienne
Au service des canons depuis 1876
Dédié au bien-être et à l’efficacité
du Régiment royal de l’artillerie canadienne
et tout autre sujet
portant sur la défense du
Canada
Serving the Guns since 1876
Dedicated to the promotion of the efficiency and
welfare of
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery and of all
matters pertaining to the defence of Canada
The RCAA, there to serve the retired gunners!
L’AARC est là pour les artilleurs à la retraite!
As we move closer to our 135th anniversary, we have
undertaken to work more closely with our fellow serving
gunners in regular and reserve units and everywhere.
The AGM and Seminar have become since 2003 a forum
of discussion and information that is becoming well recognized by fellow soldiers. The association is well served
by local associations like the ASG, Montreal Gunners, Toronto Gunners Associations and much more. This only
serves to show that gunners work well together and we
are truly ONE REGIMENT. We have started a few years
ago to change the format in which members can join the
RCAA. Through local associations that aim to stay in
touch with retired members in their area, the RCAA now
offers the opportunity to these people to be member of the
RCAA at the same time for a fraction of the cost. We do
not want to compete for the same money and when people
are faced with a choice to join their unit associations or
the RCAA, the choice is simple. So by changing our format slightly we now have gathered 150 more members we
did not have 2 years ago.
À l’approche de notre 135e anniversaire, nous nous attaquons
à différents défis et nous voulons travailler de plus près vec nos
confrères et consoeurs en uniforme des forces régulières et de
réserve. Les assemblées annuelles et séminaires sont devenu
depuis 2003 un forum de discussion et d’information dont la renommée grandit parmi nos rangs. L’AARC est très bien servi
par les associations locales comme les Artilleurs de Montréal,
les Toronto Gunners, l’ASG et plus encore. Ceci nous démontre une fois de plus que les artilleurs travaillent bien ensemble
comme UN RÉGIMENT. Depuis quelques années nous avons
amorcé un changement dont les gens peuvent devenir membre de l’AARC. Les associations locales cherchent à rester en
contact avec les artilleurs retraités de leur région et l’AARC offre
maintenant la chance à ces personnes d’être aussi membre de
l’AARC pour une fraction du coût. Nous ne voulons pas compétitionner pour le même dollar car si une personne doit faire le
choix d’être membre pour l’AARC ou l’association de son unité,
le choix est vite fait. Alors en changeant notre façon de faire
nous avons ainsi recruter 150 personnes de plus qu’il y a deux
ans.
During the AGM, we took the opportunity to have MGen
Stu Bear address us about Governance of the RCA. We
have embarked on an exercise to refocus our efforts jointly and provide direction to everyone in the Regiment. In
October, at the AGM in Victoria we will confirm the direction the RCA is heading into and the RCAA will provide
general and close support to the people in uniform.
Lors du dernier AGA, nous avons profiter de la présence du
MGén Stu Beare pour nous parler de la Gouvernance de l’ARC.
Nous avons alors débuter un exercice pour joindre nos efforts
pour donner une vrai direction pour tout le Régiment. En Octobre prochain à Victoria nous avons l’intention de confirmer cette
direction pour l’avenir de L’ARC et l’AARC fournira l’appui rapproché et général aux artilleurs en uniforme.
As the President of the RCAA I now have a place with
the enlarged Artillery Council
En tant que président de l’AARC je siège maintenant au sein
du Conseil élargi de l’Artillerie.
We hope that a great number of you will join us 30 September to 2 October in Victoria.
Nous espérons vous voir en grand nombre à Victoria du 30
septembre au 2 octobre prochain.
Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) A. Richard, President
Canadian Gunner
Lieutenant-Colonel A. Richard (retraité), Président
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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 concurs 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 examplaires. 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.
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.
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
Entries must reach RHQ RCA by 30 November 2010.
$1000.00 in prizes will be awarded. ($500 first prize, $300
second prize and $200 third prize.)
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.
The Editor and staff of The Canadian Gunner cannot 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.
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.
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.
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
Les dissertations doivent parvenir au QGR ARC au plus tard le 30
novembre 2009.
Les prix, d’un montant total de 1 000 $. (1er prix de 500 $, 2e prix de
300 $ et 3e prix de 200 $).
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.
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 l’Artilleur canadien et à en conserver
copie dans la bibliothèque et les archives du Musée de l’ARC.
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CD/DVD Duplication
Website Development
Corporate Identity
Graphic Design & Layout
WWWLEECHPRINTCOMs4OLL&REE
Proud supporter
of the RCA
Canadian Gunner
Canadian Military Heritage Museum
PO Box 27033
794 Colborne Street
Brantford, ON
N3S 7V1
(519) 752-0245
37
Regimental Fund/Fond Régimentaire
Financial Statement/État de Compte 2009
Revenue
As of/Des que 31 Dec 09
Donations/Donations
The Quadrant/Le Quadrant
Gunner/L’Artilleur
Advertising/Publicité
Kit Shop/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
49,862.00
70.48
53.36
920.00
0.00
2,309.84
0.00
10,018.48
4,409.18
$67,643.34
2,681.64
0.00
54.00
0.00
0.00
300.17
4,976.20
0.00
$8,012.01
59,631.33
Programmes
Heritage/Héritage
Identity/Idendité
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
300.00
7,268.52
4,931.99
5,449.35
1,000.00
10,550.40
19,272.00
0.00
1,743.02
$9,116.05
Programmes - Heritage/Héritage
NPP Maint/Bourse de BNP
Museum Conference
Band Conference
Total
0.00
300.00
0.00
$300.00
Identity
Deployment Flags/Drapeaux de déploiement
Accoutrements/Fouriments
Grad Track Suits/survêtements
Total
0.00
3,194.32
4,074.20
$7,268.52
Bursary Awards/Bourses éducatives
Emergency Assistance/Concessions d’aide
Expressions of Sympathy
Total
0.00
1,000.00
0.00
$1,000.00
Member Recognition/Identification de membre
Top Student Awards/Supérieures d’étudiant
Retirement/Retraite
Total
0.00
10,550.40
$10,550.40
Grants/Concessions
RCA Band/Bande d’ARC
RCAA Membership/Payer sa cotisation d’AARC
RCA Museum/Musée d’ARC
Petawawa Museum/Musée de Petawawa
1 RCHA Pipe/Drum/ 1 RCHA Musique
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD Regt
RCA School
ERE
Total
1,250.00
1,500.00
7,500.00
250.00
375.00
2,052.00
2,052.00
2,052.00
999.00
1,242.00
0.00
$19,272.00
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
Ad Rebate/Rabais de publicités
Total
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
$0.00
Allocations/Allocations
RHQ RCA Reserve/Réserve de QGR ARC
Total
1,743.02
$1,743.02
Investments/Mise de Fonds
Professional Development/
Développement Professionnel
Master Gunner Conference/
Conférence de maître canonnier
JOC/COS
Brooks Essay Competition/
Concours de colonel Geoffrey Brooks essai
Total
1,333.36
0.00
0.00
1,906.64
0.00
1,569.75
239.40
0.00
400.00
$5,449.35
Member Assistance/Aide de membre
Expenses/Dépenses
Accounting Services/service de comptabilité
ADP Lease/Bail d’ordinateur
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Printing/Impression
Staff Trg/Instrucion de personnel
Recap & PP&S/fournitures
Donor Rewards/récompenses des donateurs
Depreciation/Dépréciation
Total Expenses/Dépenses Total
Remaining Program Revenue/
Les Fonds programme qui reste
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
Total
1,000.00
3,931.99
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
Total
$251,041.40
$13.75
$10,817.03
$249,954.35
$511,826.53
0.00
$4,931.99
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RCA LISTING - BY
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COSTELLO
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LAFLAMME
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STEWART
WILKIN
COTTON
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CLS
CFD - VCDS
ASST CLS
JGJC COS VCDS
DCP SHAPE
EXCHANGE USA
COLONEL COMMANDANT
26 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
6 RAC
49 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
CLS
CLS DET KINGSTON
CDAO, MEXICO
CDLS(W)
CLS
CLS
ACO ORGS (N)
CLS
STRAT REVIEW
CDI / DARTY
SJS
PRMNY
CFLS
7 TOR REGT
42 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
2 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
RCSU CENTRAL
CFD
4 AD REGT
ACO ORGS (N)
15 FD REGT
CANADA COM HQ
30 FD REGT
CFC
DGMC
5 RALC
CLFCSC
CLS
CEFCOM HQ
DG IS POL
5 FD REGT
2 RCHA
VCDS
31 CBG HQ
LFCA HQ
34 CBG HQ
CTC HQ
5 CMBG HQ & SIG SQN
6 RAC
NATO AFFILIATED ORGS
49 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CANADA COM HQ
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56 FD REGT
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J
BURKE
S
CALILLE
JJR
CAUSEY
J
CHABOT
JRAM
CHAMOUN
JP
CHARCHUK
A
CHARLERY-FRANKLYN V
CHETWYND
J
CHIASSON
T
CHLEDOWSKI S
CLARKE
R
COBER
J
COBURN
K
COMEAU
RR
COOKE
G
COOPER
L
COPPICUS
RF
COTE-BARIBEAU
COULOMBE
D
COURCHESNE MJF
COURTEMANCHE G
COURTEMANCHE Y
COUTURE
SJD
CRANE
P
CREELMAN
J
CURRIE
K
DAILEY
EY
Y
MP
DARVEA
DAR
VEAU
VEA
U
J
JVL
DAVIS
DAVIS
DAV
S
W
DAWSON
DAW
SON
ON
SC
C
DEGAUS
DEG
AUST
AUS
T
B
DENEAU
DEN
EAU
E
DEN
ENOMM
OMM
MME
MM
DES
ESROS
ES
ROSIERS PP
ROS
DONOVAN
TJ
DOUCET
L
DUFOUR
A
DUNLOP
G
DUNN
C
DUPLESSIS
F
DURETTE
M
EADIE
D
EDEL
KG
EKE
J
ETHELSTON C
EVANS
CJ
EVANS
SL
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
CMTC
5 RALC
RMC SAINT-JEAN
2 RCHA
LFWA HQ
CLS
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
L
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
C
APT
CA T
CAP
CA
CAPT
CA T
CAP
CA
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CA
CAP
A T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
CA
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CA
CAP
APT
AP
T
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAP
APT
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
T
CAP
PT
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CA
CAP
CAP
APT
AP
CAPT
CAP
T
CAP
PT
CAP
APT
AP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAP
PT
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAP
APT
AP
T
CAPT
CAP
T
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
4 AD REGT DET
T GAGETO
GAG
WN
N
4 AD REGT DE
ET GAGETO
GAGETO
GETOW
WN
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
CFRC DET
T KIT
KITCHE
C NER
30 FD REGT
T
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
RMC
CFRC MONT
NTREA
NT
REAL
REA
DGLEPM
M
2 FD REGT
REGT
LFC
CA HQ
HQ
2 FD REGT
GT
2F
FD
D REG
REGT
1 RCHA
RCHA
CFRC
CFR
C DET
DET MISSISSAUGA
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
4A
AD
D REG
EGT
RCA SC
SCHOO
H
L
LFTS HQ
LFT
RCA S
SCHOOL
SC
L
LF A HQ
LFC
1 FD REGT
RE
56
6 FD RE
REGT
CC UNC
UNCYP
Y
26 FD REG
REGT
T
YP
5 RALC
RA
CTC
TC HQ
Q
62
2 RAC
R
5 RAL
ALC
5 RALC
ALC
6 RAC
AC
CANOSC
OSC
SCO
SC
OM HQ
OM
LFCA HQ
RCA SCHOO
OL
5 FD REGT
62 RAC
CEFCOM
CEF
CO HQ
1 AD REG
18
REGT
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
EXCHAN
EXC
HANGE
HAN
GE US
M
62
2 RAC
62
2 RAC
30 FD
D REG
REGT
T
RCA SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
JTFE HQ
LFAA TC
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
41
EYESTONE
FECTEAU
FERLAND
FERNET
FERRERA
FINELLI
INITS
G
A
MAJ
R
D
LA
FITZGERALD-SLOMAN K
FLANDERS
JD
FONTAINE
K
FORSYTHE
D
FOURNIER
N
GALLANT
GD
GAYTON
DP
G LEN
GEI
T
G DRON
GEN
M
GEO
E RGE
G
GERMAIN
GE
JCT
G BERT
GIL
P
GILLESPIE
R
GILLIS
C
GIVEN
J
GOODFELLOW LR
GOULD
FH
GRAHAM
AJ
GRAHAM
GR
GRA
SA
GREER
GRE
E
T
GREWAL
GR
GRE
R WA
RE
REWA
WAL
N
GRIEVE
GR
GRI
EVE
AW
GROUT
GROUT
N
GUAY
GUA
Y
S
HACH
HAC
HE
M
HAI
AIRE
KF
HAM
AMPTO
AM
PT N
PTO
J
HAN
N
H
HAR
RVEY
VE
M
HAVEMA
EMAN
EMA
N
L
LM
HAWCO
CO
J
HEER
R
S
HICKS
KS
T
HILLIE
LIE
LIER
IER
P
H CO
HIS
COCK
M
HOBSON
HOB
SON
MJJH
HOL
OLLER
OL
LERAN
LER
AN
A
HORNELL
HO
HORNEL
HOR
N L
J
HOWE
HOW
E
J
HUDDLE
HUD
DLEST
DLE
ST N JB
STO
HUNT
HUN
W
INS
NS
NSLEY
SLEY
B
IRVIN
IRV
ING
S
JACKSON
JAC
L
JAMES
A
JOBIN
M
KEACH
G
KELLY
LY
B
KEN
KENNED
ENNED
NEDY
Y
L
KNOWLE
KNO
KN
WLES
WLE
S
C
KNOX
KNO
X
V
VL
KOSHMA
KOS
HMAN
HMA
N
MK
KRAMER
KRA
MER
J
KUERVE
KUE
RVERS
RVE
S
KUHSE
KUH
S
G
LAJOIE
LA
LAJ
JPP
LAMB
DB
LAMBERT
RJ
LAMBERT
SK
LANG
S
LAROCQUE
JGJ
LAVERY
M
LEBEL
D
LEBEL
KMAC
LEBLANC
BY
LEBLANC
R
ENDROITS
MCMASTER UNIVERSITY
RCSU EASTERN
62 RAC
RMC
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
ASU ST-JEAN
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
62 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CTC HQ
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
DJCP
2 CMBG HQ & S
SIG SQN
2 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
EXCHANGE US
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
5 RALC
CFB SUFFIELD
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
33 CBG HQ
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFSU
CFS
FSU
U (OTT
((OTTAWA)
OT AWA
OTTAWA
OTT
AW
W
1R
RCHA
CHA
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOO
OOL
L
LFWA
LFW
A HQ
HQ
10 FD REG
REGT
T
49 FD
D REG
REGT
T
30 FD REGT
UNIVERSITE DE MON
NTR?AL
20 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET PETAWAWA
2 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
RANK
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
NAME
INITS
LEBLANC
W
LECLAIR
P
LEMAY
JM
LEMAY
M
LEMIEUX
S
LESLIE
J
LEWIS
RG
LIZOTTE
V
LLOYD
S
LOCKRIDGE A
MAASSEN
MJ
MACBETH
H
MACCAUL
TDS
MACDONALD P
MACNEILL
M
MATHESON
D
MATHEWS
JJ
MCARTHUR
EL
MCBEAN
S
MCCUISH
D
MCCULLOUGH JR
MEADE
R
MEEHAN
D
MICHELSEN
T
MILLS
EB
MIROSNIKOV A
MOLLOY
MJ
MOORE
RA
MORELY
TW
MORGAN
J
MORLEY
PC
MORRISSETTE
M
NADON
BP
NAHIRNEY
D
NEISH
DA
NELSON
H
NICHOLSON R
NICKERSON C
O’BRIEN
J
O’DONNELL
O
DONNELL
J
O’DONNELL
R
ORTIZ SOSA MA
OSTIGUY
C
PAGE
J
PARE
M
PARKER
SD
PEARSE
DA
PEDNEAULT A
PELLERINE
T
PHILLIPS
J
PIERCE
RM
PIGEAU
M
PITT
P
PLAXTON
BC
PLUMMER
I
POIRIER
R
POPOVITS
GM
PREAUX
P
PRENDERGAST
BW
PRENDERGAST
D
RAINVILLE
JE
RAMACIERI
GA
RANDELL
H
RAYMOND
M
REID-MCPHERSON CS
RITCHIE
B
ROBERT
Y
ROBERTSON T
ROESLER
M
ROSALES
M
ROSS
ER
SAULNIER
C
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
3 FD REGT
LFAA HQ
6 RAC
6 RAC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
EXCHANGE UK
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
CMTC
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
LFCA TC
LFWA HQ DET SASK
CFJHQ
LFTEU
1 RCHA
RMC
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 FD REGT
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
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
RCSU CENTRAL DET TORONTO
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET COLD LAKE
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
CFRC MONTR?AL
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
LFQA HQ
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CLS
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
UNIVERSITE LAVAL
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
42 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET EDMONTON
6 RAC
2 FD REGT
CTC HQ
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
2 RCHA
42
SAUNDERS
SCHOLL
SCHUTTE
SCOTT
SEALE
SEVIGNY
SEYMOUR
SHEPPARD
SIMMONDS
SKIDMORE
SKUCE
SKUCE
SLOAT
SMITH
SMITH
SMOLEY
SNIDER
SPEARS
STEWART
STIMPSON
STOCKER
SWAN
SYKORA
TAYLOR
TEMPEST
THEBERGE
THURBER
TIBBEL
TOFTS
TRANQUILLA
TREMBLAY
TURGEON
VACHON
VAMOS
VAN SLYKE
INITS
R
IP
L
JM
G
JGY
L
RP
J
NY
IE
JE
SC
KC
M
S
J
J
P
R
LNA
DS
CD
C
JE
J
DL
DV
D
M
S
MD
P
A
RJ
VANDERMOLEN
R
VANDEVENNE D
VARDY
PW
VAUGHAN
J
VERE
PJ
VIENNEAU
JJ
VINE
GE
VOYER
M
WALDNER
M
WALKER
CF
WALSH
DM
WARNER
JW
WARREN
W
WATT
IC
WATTERS
TN
WATTS
EA
WATTS
N
WHITE
G
WHITMAN
A
WILLIAMS
L
WILLIAMS
M
WILTSHIRE
B
WING
O
WOODS
BW
WYLIE
E
YOO
TH
YOUNGSON
S
YUVAN
C
ASTALOS
M
BANKS
J
BARBER
J
BEAULIEU
MR
BECK
S
BECKRICH
T
BOURASSA
VML
BOUTIN
P
BOWERING
J
ENDROITS
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
49 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
6 RAC
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CLS
RCA SCHOOL
CFB SUFFIELD
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L
2 RCHA
1 CMBG HQ & SIG SQN
49 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
DGLEPM
5 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 CMBG HQ & SIG SQN
RCA SCHOOL
L
1 RCHA
6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
L
CDLS(L)
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
RMC
49 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
CFLRS
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
LFAA HQ
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFRG HQ
2 RCHA
CFC
2 RCHA
LFWA TC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
37 CBG HQ
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CANADA COM HQ
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
1 RCHA
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
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
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
NAME
INITS
BROWN
CF
BURNETT
DI
BURT
T
CARTER
C
CONLEY
MJ
COTE
DAP
CURR
ADJ
CUTTING
C
DERENIOWSKI A
DINNER
T
DRAPEAU
SJG
DUMAIS
NA
DUMAS
JC
DURANT
C
EVANS
G
EVANS
J
FENG
NZ
FERLAND
AJPJ
FOOHEY
OO
DO
O
FURMAN
DI
GALBRAITH
A
GENDRON-HOULE B
GERBRANDT M
GRANNAN
J
GRIMEAU
BM
GUERTIN
Y
GUYMER
DL
HAUGHEY
P
HELMS
F
HILL
J
JACKSON
A
JAWED
AS
JEWER
A
JOHNSON
C
KEAYS LEVESQUE F
KER
C
KIM
D
LABONTE
M
LANOUETTE P
LAROCHE
JRS
LEBEL
P
LECLERC-DESJARDINS Y
LEGER
L
LEMIEUX
PLGF
LENIS
G
LESLIE
EEM
LESSARD
A
MACCREADY DAJ
MAILHOT
JFY
MARSHALL
MM
MARTEL
JPR
MAYES
S
J
MCCABE
MCC
ABE
T
MCCONN
MC
ONNELL
ONN
ELL C
MCDONA
MCD
ONALD
ONA
LD
J
MCQUAR
MCQ
UARRIE
UAR
RIE AR
R
MELVIN
MEL
VIN
AV
V
MEY
EYERS
EY
ERS
C
MIL
LLER
B
MISNER
SD
MORIN
M
OMARI
S
OSBORNE
C
PARENT
R
PELLETIER
Y
PRYMACK
A
PRYOR
WD
RASHEED
ST
RAYNAULT
CJY
RICHARDSON A
RIDDOCH
G
ROACH
CR
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
T
LT
T
LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
T
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2
LT
2L
2LT
2LT
LT
2L
2LT
2L
2LT
L
2LT
L
2
2L
2LT
2L
2LT
2LT
LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
LT
2LT
2
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
LT
T
2LT
LT
2LT
SLT
T
SLT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
C
6 RAC
62 RAC
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET
T GAGE
GAGE
GET WN
GETO
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DE
ET GAGETOWN
G
GA
WN
N
62 RAC
42 FD REGT
G
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
T
RCA SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
LFTS HQ
1 RCHA
HA
20 FD REG
EGT
EG
T
56
6 FD REG
REGT
T
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCHA
5 RALC
RALC
4 AD R
REGT D
DET GA
GAGETO
ETO
T WN
TO
6 RAC
4 AD REG
REGT
T DET GA
AGET
GETO
T WN
7 TOR
TOR REG
RE T
5 RALC
RALC
RCA SC
SCHOO
H
L
6 RAC
62
5R
RALC
ALC
5 RALC
RALC
5 RALC
RALC
6R
RA
AC
AC
15
5 FD
FD REGT
T
30 FD REG
GT
5 RALC
ALC
3 FD
DR
REGT
EG
62 RAC
AC
C
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
62 RAC
1 RCHA
4A
AD REGT DET GAGETO
OWN
2R
RCHA
CHA
1 RCHA
1 FD
FD REGT
REGT
3F
FD
D REGT
REGT
1 RCHA
RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET
T GAGETO
GAGETO
GETOWN
WN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
6 RAC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
43
INITS
ROGOWSKY
ROMAN
SOUTHEN
STEWART
SYLVESTER
THEBERGE
THOMPSON
THOMPSON
TILBROOK
SC
A
JP
B
WB
E
JP
PA
W
TREMBLAY-MICHAUD A
VERLEUN
NJ
VIGOR
D
WATSON
B
WILLMER
RA
W
WOO
D
JA
WO DILL
WOO
K
YO NG
YOU
CG
ZWICEWICZ
ZW
JC
ALIBERTI
D
ANSTEY
TC
AUMOND
L
AVERY
JJ
BAH
I
BARROW
C
BAXTER
BAX
W
BEA
EATT
EA
TTY
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30 FD REGT
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49 FD REGT
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56 FD REGT
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30 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
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5 FD REGT
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15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
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15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
42 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
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RCA SCHOOL
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RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
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CFRC HAMILTON
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RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
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30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
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18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
116 FD BTY
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RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
INFANTRY SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
CFLRS
7 TOR REGT
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RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
CFLRS
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
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2LT
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2LT
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OCDT
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OCDT
OCDT
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OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
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20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
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RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RMC
RMC
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15 FD REGT
RMC
62 RAC
RMC
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CFLRS
QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY
CFB/ASU KING
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UNIVERSITY O
OF OTTAWA
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RMC SAINT-JE
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UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE
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UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE
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UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
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SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
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UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
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L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
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OCDT
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OCDT
OCDT
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OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
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OCDT
OCDT
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CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
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ADJUC
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CWO
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MCDONALD
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56 FD REGT
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CARELTON UNIVERSITY
6 RAC
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CWO
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CWO
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MWO
MWO
MWO
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MWO
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62 RAC
42 FD REGT
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6 RAC
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RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
6 RAC
CFB/ASU SHILO
49 FD REGT
DGLEPM
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15 FD REGT
LFQA TC
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62 RAC
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RMC
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CFB/ASU VALCA
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62 RAC
62 RAC
LFAA TC
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
LFAA HQ
20 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
CFB/ASU PETAW
WAWA
20 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
CFB/ASU GAGET
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1 FD REGT
CANADA COM H
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30 FD REGT
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CAN
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18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CTC HQ
CANOSCOM HQ
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5 RALC
10 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
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
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WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
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SMITH
SMITH
SNODGRASS
SURGES
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ALLAIRE
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ANDERSON
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BARNES
BARROS
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INITS
J
A
E
R
A
KA
A
C
G
J
D
D
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TM
G
S
J
JA
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D
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D
W
B
R
M
JE
B
P
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A
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BRISEBOIS
BROOKS
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BUCHANAN
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BUTTS
CAMPBELL
CARRASQUEIRA
A
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CHAMPAGNE
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D
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W
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D
T
D
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D
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P
D
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D
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MC
PA
LOCATION
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RMC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
CDA HQ
CFD
TERM LVE
5 RALC
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
CMTC
10 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET EDMONTON
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCSU (ATLANTIC) DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 FD REGT
D
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 FD REGT
62 RAC
4 AD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
LFQA TC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
LFWA TC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
LFAA TC
LFCA TC DET PETAWAWA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
6 RAC
5 RALC
LFAA HQ
CFB/ASU SHILO
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFRC OTTAWA
CFB/ASU PETAWAWA
CFLRS
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
2 RCHA
LFCA TC
LFTS HQ
18 AD REGT
49 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
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
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WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
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WO
WO
WO
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WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
S
J
J
J
K
M
P
J
B
T
AR
TV
D
RAA
R
R
A
S
B
S
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R
J
A
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RJ
F
RF
S
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V
JJ
D
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M
M
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R
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E
R
S
A
D
JPD
B
A
KT
C
R
R
D
G
J
LFQA TC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
10 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
LFWA TC DET SHILO
32 CBG HQ
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RCSU PRAIRIE
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
116 FD BTY
LFWA TC DE
ET SHILO
5 RALC
LFCA TC
RMC
RCA SCHOO
OL
1 RCHA
6 RAC
2 FD REGT
RMC
62 RAC
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOO
OL
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOO
OL
LFCA TC DET OTTAWA
CANSOFCOM
M HQ
42 FD REGT
RCA SCHOO
OL
5 RALC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
46
DESGAGNE
DESROCHES
DIAZ
DICKSON
DLOUHY
DOLAN
DOLOMONT
DORAN
DOWE
DRAKE
DUNHAM
DUONG
EKSTROM
EPPERT
EVERETT
EWING
FILION
FLETCHER
FLYNN
FORTIN
FOSTER
FRANCIS
FURBER
FURMIDGE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GALLANT
GARCEAU
GARDNER
GARNIER
GARRETT
GAUVREAU
GENEREUX
GENEST
GILBERT
GOODLAND
GOSSELIN
GRAVEL
GRESL
GRULKE
GUERIN
GUILLEMETTE
HALE
HALL
HARPELLE
HARRIS
HARRISON
HARTERY
HARVEY
HAWTIN
HAYES
HEMLIN
HENRY
HENRY
HEWITT
HOFMAN
HOOD
HUDON
HUSEBY
HYSKA
JACKSON
JEAN
JEAN
JENSEN
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
KEAN
KEAN
KEATING
KNAGGS
KOWALISHEN
LADOUCEUR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOO
OL
30 FD REGT
CFLRS
LFWA TC DE
ET SHILO
RCA SCHOO
OL
1 FD REGT
ASU ST-JEAN
N
CDI DET KIN
NGSTON
CTC HQ
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB/ASU PE
ETAWAWA
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOO
OL
CFLRS
LFWA HQ
CDLS(L)
3 FD REGT
6 RAC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
LFWA TC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
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WO
WO
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WO
WO
WO
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WO
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WO
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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
NAME
INITS
LAHEY
BM
LAMBERT
LB
LANDRY
P
LANGEVIN
J
LANNIGAN
J
LAPLANTE
D
LARADE
D
LEASK
SB
LEBLANC
C
LEDUC
S
LEES
G
LEET
K
LEGGETT
C
LEITCH
M
LELOND
CE
LINGLEY
D
LITTLER
A
LLOYD
TI
LUCE
K
LUNAN
D
LUNDRIGAN W
MACDONALD JR
MACPHERSON J
MAJOR
DJ
MALLORY
RD
MANN
D
MARCIL
RF
MARTIN
F
MARTIN
M
MARTIN
N
MASON
NR
MATTE
F
MCDONALD
J
MCGARRIGLE M
MCHUGH
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MCLEAN
K
MCLEAN
KD
MCTAGGART TR
MEINERT
SJ
MELANSON
J
MERSON
S
MILLER
R
MILLIGAN
D
MORIN
G
MORNINGSTAR
R
MORRELL
K
MORRISON
DK
MOSES
R
MOSHER
JE
MURPHY
R
MURRIN
T
MYLER
J
NERON
N
E
NORMAN
NOR
MAND
MAN
D
E
NORMAN
NOR
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M
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PAR
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P
PAY
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NE
B
PENNEY
P
PEPIN
S
PERRON
C
PERUSSE
F
PETHICK
R
PICARD
A
PINARD
G
POPOVITCH B
PORRITT
H
POWER
J
POWER
K
PRICHARD
NS
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
LFQA TC
RCA SCHOOL
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFLRS
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFB BORDEN
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
T
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
CANSOFCOM
COM HQ
1 FD REGT
GT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOO
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OL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CLS
49 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
REG
EGT
RCA SC
SCHOO
SCHO
HOOL
HO
HOO
L
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
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HOO
L
CFB
FB//AS
FB
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GAGE
AGET
AGE
TOWN
3F
FD
D REGT
REGT
5 RALC
RALC
56 F
FD
D REG
EGT
RCA SC
SCHOO
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L
15 FD
D REG
REGT
RE
T
RCA SC
SCHOO
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L
3 FD REGT
E
42 FD
D REG
R T
30 FD REG
R T
2R
RCHA
CHA
2 RCHA
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
W
WO
W
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
W
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O
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WO
O
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WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
O
WO
WO
WO
O
WO
ADJ
WO
O
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
O
WO
O
WO
WO
O
WO
WO
W
O
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SGT
SGT
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SGT
SGT
B
S
K
K
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M
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2 RCHA
RCHA
JPSU
JPS
U DET
DET VALCARTIER
2R
RCHA
CHA
CHA
2 RC
RCHA
18
8 AD REG
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LFT
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42 FD REG
R T
4 AD
D REGT
REGT
EG
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
R
RCA
SCHOOL
RMC
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CFL
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2 RCHA
RCHA
5 RALC
RALC
DGMC
DGM
C
2 R NF
NFLD
LD REG
REGT
T
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
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2 RCHA
A
RCA SCHOO
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5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
47
QUIGLEY
QUINLAN
RADEY
RADEY
RAE
REDFORD
REID
REID
REINDERS
REYES
RICHARDS
RIGBY
RIVARD
RIZZUTO
ROBERTS
ROBITAILLE
R S
ROS
SAJADI
SAMPSON
SANGSTER
SAUVAGEAU
SAVARD
SEALE
SEAWARD
SEGUIN
SHARPE
SH
SHEPPARD
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SHORT
SH
SHO
HORTT
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RTT
RT
SILVER
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NS
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SIMOUR
SIM
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SMI
MITH
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STIRME
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TOD
TON
TRO
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TULLET
TUL
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TURNER
TUR
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VYSE
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VYS
WALSH
WATERFIELD
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WEAGLE
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WEB
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MS
WILVER
WIL
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WITTEB
WIT
TEBOLLE
TEB
WO
WOODHAMS
WOO
OODHAMS
WY AN
WYM
YOUNG
ZACHARUK
ZAFAR
AKEROYD
ALEXANDER
ANDERSON
ANGERS
APPEL
APPERLEY
4 AD REGT DET EDMONTON
LFWA HQ
CFTDC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
CDN SPEC OPS
S REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
CTC HQ
62 RAC
CFC DET ST-JE
EAN
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
LFAA TC
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
LFCA TC
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCSU PACIFIC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
LFQA HQ
CANSOFCOM H
HQ
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RMC
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
INFANTRY SCH
HOOL
4 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
COS VC
VCDS
D
1 RCHA
RCHA
LFA TC DET ALDE
LFAA
ALDER
R
RSHOT
6 RAC
RAC
26
6 FD REG
REGT
T
84 FD
D BTY
TERM
M LVE
LVE
11 FD REG
R T
RMC
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
30 FD REGT
CFLRS ST-JEAN DET
T BORDEN
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
CFRC DET ST JOHN’S
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
JTFC HQ
RANK
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
NAME
ARMSTRONG
ARRIGO
ASPIROT
ATKINSON
ATTRUX
BALICKI
BALLANTYNE
BANNISTER
BARKLEY
BARRY
BAUN
BAYLIS
BEAUCHAMP
BEAUDRY
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
BEAVER
BECHMANIS
BEDARD
BELAND
BELANGER
BELVAL
BERGERON
BERGERON
BERGERON
BERGERON
BERTHIER
BERUBE
BILODEAU
BINETTE
BLACKBIRD
BLAIR
BLAIS
BLAKELY
BLAKEMORE
BOISVERT
BOND
BOSSE
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUDREAU
BOURGAULT
BOYD
BRAID
BRAKE
BREMNER
BRICKELL
BROMLEY
BROWN
BUCHAN
BUREAU
BURKE
BURTON
BUSHEY
BUTLER
BUTTS
BYRNS
INITS
CP
N
E
RGM
D
K
AD
K
R
DG
GH
D
CT
S
M
S
J
M
D
JLF
S
S
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JSS
MJF
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NHA
D
N
JG
CA
WR
D
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JJR
AM
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A
M
PK
D
JM
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B
H
P
D
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K
A
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MD
DES
D
CADWALLADER
RC
CAIRNS
S
CALOGERO
D
CAMERON
T
CAMERON
T
CAMPBELL
A
CANNING
S
CARMODY
DM
CARON
JP
CARPENTIER Y
CASES
REARJ
CAVIN
J
CHADWICK
F
CLARK
GO
CLARK
JI
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFLAWC
5 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
LFQA TC
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
CFLRS
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
62 RAC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
62 RAC
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
LFCA TC
1 RCHA
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFB/ASU VALCARTIER
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
5 RALC
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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SGT
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SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
J
G
CM
AD
B
M
E
J
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P
MJ
CF
JA
E
N
P
K
A
T
C
RV
B
K
NA
Y
JLG
D
PD
D
B
M
KA
JMM
BGJ
M
JNA
MLAS
W
MADJ
OJ
P
A
S
T
JD
R
T
KC
GV
R
R
JCA
EC
M
DH
A
MS
J
JPS
MJ
D
R
BC
M
C
MM
B
K
JFSP
M
S
AS
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
62 RAC
1 RCHA
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
2 RCHA
2 RCR DET OBGE
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOO
OL
2 RCHA
CANSOFCOM
M HQ
1 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
5 RALC
6 RAC
62 RAC
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOO
OL
CFLRS
5 RALC
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
T
CTC HQ
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCR DET OBGE
2 RCHA
42 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
48
CLARKE
CLOUTIER
COCHRANE
COLEMAN
COLWELL
COLWELL
COMEAU
CONWAY
COSSETTE
COTE
COTE
COUGHLAN
COULOMBE
COUPAL
COXWORTHY
CREPEAU
CROFT
CUTLER
DALTON
DAVIS
DAVIS
DAYMAN
DEMERS
DERBRIDGE
DESCHAMBAULT
DESJARDINS
DEVEAU
DEVEAUX
DOUCET
DOYLE
DUFOUR
DUNPHY
DUPLESSIS
DUPONT
DUPONT
DUPUIS
DUQUETTE
DURRANT
DUVAL
EDWARDS
EMBRETT
EMERY
ENAULT
ENGRAM
ETORMA
EVANS
FALLS
FARRELL
FEDOROV
FEKETE
FIANDER
FIEGEN
FISHER
FISK
FITZGERALD
FLEMING
FLEURY
FLYNN
FOURNIER
FOURNIER
FRASER
FRASER
FREILL
FUGERE
GAGEN
GAMACHE
GARDINER
GARDY
GAUDETTE
GAUTHIER
GAUTHIER
GEE
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
42 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
62 RAC
1 RCHA
6 RAC
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
CFSU (EUROPE)
4 AD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
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
NAME
GERMAIN
GILLARD
GILLESPIE
GINGRAS
GIROUARD
GITZEL
GODDARD
GODFREY
GODSOE
GOSSELIN
GOUDREAU
GOURLIE
GRAHAM
GRAHAM
GRANDY
GRBICH
GREENE
GRIMMER
GRIMSHIRE
GUILBAULT
HALL
HAMMOND
HAND
HARPE
HARRIS
HARRIS
HEGG
INITS
P
Q
D
M
H
GJ
R
S
CST
JJT
D
J
A
GA
GW
MD
P
AK
WD
M
R
J
SP
T
C
CJR
DG
HENDRICKSON H
HENNEBERRY
JM
HENRY
AA
HERBERT
C
HERMAN
A
HIGGINS
G
HINCH
J
HOLLAND
M
HOLLELEY
S
HOUDE
PJP
HOUDE
S
HOWELL
S
HOYT
BE
HUARD
G
HUMBER
D
IMAMOVIC
L
INGLIS
D
INNISS
S
JACQUES
D
JARVIS
JC
JAWORSKI
TG
JAX
C
JEFFREY
S
JENEREAUX S
JOFRE
R
JOFRE
JOF
OF
FRE
E
R
JOHNST
JOH
NSTON
NST
ON
SR
SR
JO ES
JON
CD
KAUS
KAU
S
J
KENNED
KEN
NEDY
NED
Y
JJ
KER
S
KHLYUS
KHL
YUSTOV
YUS
T
A
KID
DSO
SON
T
KILLEEN
J
KILLION
VC
KIRK
J
KIRKPATRICK KJ
KLEIN
JWG
KLIMEK
GP
KNOLL
B
KOOISTRA
B
KOSTUK
PA
KROEKER
S
KUPRESAK
JS
KURTAGIC
G
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
S
SGT
S
SGT
S
SGT
SGT
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
S
G
SGT
SGT
SGT
GT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SG
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
GT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
T
SGT
SG
SGT
S
SG
G
GT
SG
SGT
SGT
SGT
GT
SG
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
GT
SGT
GT
S
SG
SGT
SGT
GT
SGT
SGT
T
SGT
SGT
SGT
GT
T
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
SG
GT
SGT
SGT
SGT
GT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
M
A
S
D
JRM
Y
S
A
DLJ
ASE
B
E
R
J
JJM
B
C
F
M
D
JA
JMC
J
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
6 RAC
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
6 RAC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
LFQA TC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
LFWA TC DET SHILO
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CFLRS
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
49 FD REG
GT
49 FD REG
GT
CFLRS
1 FD REGT
GT
T
1 FD REGT
GT
T
5 RALC
CFRC HALIFAX
FAX
CANSOFCOM
M HQ
2 FD REGT
CFB/ASU WAIN
NWRI
WRIGHT
GHT
LFWA TC DET
ET SHI
SHILO
SH
LO
O
7 TOR REG
EGT
EG
T
26 FD REG
REGT
T
JPSU
UD
DET
ET
T PET
PETAWA
WAWA
WA
WA
1 FD REGT
REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCHA
2 RCHA
CHA
RCA SC
SCHO
HOOL
HO
2 RCHA
32 CBG HQ
H
4 AD
D REG
REGT
EG
EGT
GT DET
DET G
GA
GAGETOWN
GE WN
GETO
6 RAC
2 RCHA
CDN SP
SPEC OPS
PS RE
EGT
G
3 FD
FD RE
REGT
CFLRS
CFL
RS
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
1 FD REG
10
REGT
T
LFCA
LFC
A TC
TC
2 RCH
RCH
CHA
CFLRS
CFL
CFB
FB/A
FB
/ASU G
/A
GAGE
AGETO
AGE
TO N
TOW
10 FD REG
REGT
T
56 FD RE
REGT
56 FD REG
EGT
EG
T
56 FD REG
GT
2 RCHA
CFRC OTTAWA
A
3F
FD
D REGT
1F
FD
D REGT
RE
1 RCHA
RCHA
3 FD
FD REGT
REGT
1 RCH
CHA
7 TOR
TOR REG
REGT
T
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
HA
A
5 FD REGT
GT
RCA SCHOO
OL
1 RCHA
LFWA TC DET SHILO
O
5 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFB/ASU SHILO
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
49
KUZ
LA HAYE
LABADIE
LABBE
LABBE
LACERTE
LACOSTE
LAMY
LANGLAIS
LAPTHORN
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LATULIPPE
L OIE
LAV
L LANC
LEB
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLOND
LEBLOND
LEGGE
LENIUS
LEPAGE
LESZCZYNSKI
LETOURNEAU
L TE
LEU
LEVESQUE
LEV
LEVES
LEV
ESQUE
ES
LILLY
LIL
LY
LINDSA
LIN
AY
LLOY
LLO
Y
LLOYD
LLO
YD
LOCKHA
LOC
HA
ART
LOM
OMBAR
OM
BARA
BAR
LOR
ORANG
OR
ANGER
ANG
ER
LOR
RIME
MER
ME
R
LUHTANEN
LUH
HTA
TANEN
EN
LUHTAN
TA EN
TAN
LUND
D
LUTEN
EN
N
LYSHO
HOLM
HO
MAC
CDOU
DOUGAL
GALL
GAL
L
MACGRA
MAC
GRATH
GRA
TH
MAC
ACKAY
KAY
MACKEN
MAC
KENZIE
KEN
ZIE
MACKEN
MAC
KE ZIE
MACNEI
MAC
NEIL
NEI
L
J
D
D
T
J
DJ
G
R
JC
GB
R
NJ
NJ
RL
K
WK
D
LMT
RK
AL
DW
S
MA PHE
MAC
HERS
HE
RSON JT
RS
MADDIS
MAD
DISO
DIS
ON
M
MALLE
MAL
LEY,
LE
M
MARCEAU
MAR
PL
MA CHANT
MAR
JA
MARNER
NA
MARTIN
J
MAURIE
RIER
RIE
R
JPM
MCA
CALEE
CA
LEER
LEE
R
RH
MCCOLL
MCC
OL UM
OLL
CR
MCCRAC
MCC
RACKEN
RAC
KEN K
MCDONA
MCD
ONALD
ONA
LD
JR
MCDONA
MCD
ONALD
ONA
LD
D
R
MCGOWA
MCG
OWAN
OWA
S
MCLAUG
MCL
MC
CLAUG
AU HLIN DT
A
MCMULLIN
MCM
BA
M DOWS
MEA
A
MELSTED
DR
MELVIN
M
METHOT
I
MEUSE
DL
MITCHELL
RD
MOORE
RS
MOREAU
P
MORGAN
B
MORGAN
J
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
5 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
M
6 RAC
5 RALC
LFQA TC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
62 RAC
7 TOR REGT
42 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
LFCA TC DET PETAWAWA
P
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
62 RAC
30 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CDN SPEC OPS
S REGT
49 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
10
0 FD REG
REGT
T
56 FD
56
FD REG
RE
REGT
EGT
62 RAC
5F
FD
D REGT
REGT
3 FD
FD REGT
REG
49 FD
D REG
EGT
EG
T
49 FD
D REG
REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CFB/ASU GAGE
ETOWN
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
LFQA TC
1 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
RANK
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
NAME
MORNEAU
MORSE
MUNRO
MURPHY
MURRAY
MUSGRAVE
NELSON
NELSON
NERI
NEWTON
NICKERSON
NIITTYNEN
NOEL
NOVOSAD
O’DONNELL
OFTEDAL
OLIVE
OLIVER
O’NEIL
O’NEILL
OSBORNE
OUELLET
PAGE
PAQUIN
PARK
PARLEE
PATRY
PEARSON
PECKFORD
PELLERIN
PELLERIN
PELLETIER
PENNER
PENNEY
PEREIRA
PERREAULT
PHILPOTT
PIERCE
PINKERTON
PITRE
PLAMONDON
PLANTE
PONZA
PORTER
POUDRETTE
POWELL
PRATT
PREDUM
PREVOST
QUERQUES
QUINN
RAE
REIN
RICHARD
RICHER
RICHER
RICKETTS
RINFRET
ROACH
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHEAU
ROBINSON
ROGERS
ROGERSON
ROSADIUK
RUSSELL
SABADOS
SAUNDERS
SAUVE
SAVARD
SCHEIB
SHEEHAN
INITS
M
R
D
J
JM
DY
SD
WL
EC
DA
A
D
D
A
LJ
DA
RJR
SC
KR
R
EC
RL
F
A
PB
K
G
S
C
MDM
PJC
JRL
SJ
D
D
JRES
G
K
CD
FCJ
B
S
B
C
JRF
CT
FJ
CR
J
J
D
BJ
C
AM
MM
MR
L
MFJ
T
D
N
GR
D
P
L
D
D
C
S
J
RP
P
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
SJS
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 FD REGT
CFB/ASU GAGETOWN
CFB/ASU PETAWAWA
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
LFAA TC
3 FD REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
4 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFLRS
DGMC
CFLRS
62 RAC
62 RAC
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
LFWA TC DET SHILO
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
LFAA HQ
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
BDRC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM HQ
26 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM HQ
2 RCHA
LFWA TC DET SHILO
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
CFB/ASU SHILO
62 RAC
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
LFWA TC
49 FD REGT
ASST CMP
CFLRS
20 FD REGT
CFB/ASU SHILO
CFLRS
2 RCHA
5 RALC
6 RAC
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
50
SHORT
SIMMONDS
SIMPKINS
SIMPSON
SKUCE
SLEEP
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SOONDRUM
SOUCY
SQUIRES
SROKA
INITS
B
K
A
J
CSA
TE
K
L
LA
V
JRH
TD
W
STAINTHORPE G
STANIER
M
STANSFIELD B
STANTIAL
DW
ST-HILAIRE
JGG
ST-HILAIRE
P
ST-LAURENT L
STRICKLAND DC
STROHM
J
SZILBEREISZ P
TALBOT
D
TARRANT
I
TARRANT
I
TAYLOR
KG
TAYLOR
RC
TAYLOR-BAPTISTE SDH
TEAL
S
TENNANT
RJ
THIBAULT
GJA
THIBAULT
S
THIBEAU
I
THIVIERGE
VMN
THOMPSON
FB
TIERNAY
WEE
TOMLINSON J
TOPPLE
KS
TRITES
G
TURGEON
J
VAILLANCOURT JBA
VAN DAMME J
VERNER
H
VILLENEUVE DJL
VIRGOE
C
VREUGDENHIL D
WALKER
S
WALSH
M
WARD
S
WATTERS
T
WEAVER
A
WEAVER
SB
WEBB
WE
WERON
R
WHEATLAND KA
WHEELER
M
WHITE
D
WHITE
JJ
WIEBE
J
WIEBE
TE
WILLIAMS
GA
WILLIAMS
L
WILLIAMS
SJ
WILLIAMS
WS
WILSON
MG
WOOD
K
YOUNG
KM
YOUNG
OJ
ZAREMBA
T
ZEPPA
JD
ADAMCZUK
AM
ENDROITS
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
CFRC FREDERICTON
42 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
6 RAC
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
CFLRS
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
CFLRS
1 CRPG
NES - TERM LVE
NES - TERM LVE
1 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
36 CBG HQ
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
CFLRS
1 RCHA
62 RAC
5 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFLRS
6 RAC
RCA SCHOO
OL
1 RCHA
6 RAC
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFLRS
3 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
LFCA TC
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CDLS(L)
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
408 TAC HEL SQN
3 FD REGT
LFWA TC DET SHILO
26 FD REGT
2 EW SQN
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
NAME
INITS
AIKENS
ALBERT
ALLAIN
ALLARY
ALLARY
ALMON
AN
ANCTIL
ANTONOV
ARCAND
AREL
AREL
ARSENAULT
AUBIN
AUCOIN
AUDET
AVERY
AYGUN
BADCOCK
BAKER
BANKASINGH
BARNEY
BARRICK
BARTLETTE
BASTARACHE
BAZINET
BEAMISH
S
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
BEAUREGARD
BECHARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BELAND
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELLEMARE-CARON
BENEDETTI
BENNETT
BERGERON
BERIAU
BERNIER
BERNIER
BERNIER
BETTLE
BIELEWICZ
BILLARD
BISHOP
BLAIR
BLA
LANCH
LANCH
NCHET
ET
BLINN
BL
BLOWES
BLO
WES
BOGGS
BOG
GS
BOL
BOLAND
OLAND
BOOT
BOO
TH
BOT
OTHWE
OT
HWELL
HWE
BOUCHER-GAGNON
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUFFARD
BOULE
BOURSIER
BOUTILIER
BOWEN
BOYD
BRADLEY
BREMNER
BRETON
BRISTOW
Canadian Gunner
S
S
M
M
MD
N
CS
I
D
S
D
OJLC
J
D
J
K
S
H
T
CJ
TO
T
S
RM
MGNK
G
M
P
M
M
SJA
E
J
M
MGGA
F
J
JCM
S
J
D
N
EL
M
B
JD
M
LA
G
G
MW
JD
AMGN
AMG
N
BK
R
A
JP
D
T
DJGP
D
J
Y
Y
D
A
D
D
M
J
MD
C
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFLRS
18 AD REGT
18 AD REGT
INFANTRY SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
1 RCHA
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
T
1 RCHA
CFSPDB
7 TOR REG
GT
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
T
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CHA
HA
A
6 RAC
AC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 RALC
RALC
1 RCHA
RCHA
5 RALC
ALC
LC
62
2 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
6 RAC
CFB/AS
CFB
/ASU SHIL
/AS
LO
4A
AD
D REGT
E
2 RCHA
RCHA
2R
RCHA
CHA
2 FD
FD REGT
REGT
5R
RALC
ALC
ALC
AL
C
5 RA
RALC
6 RAC
RCA
CA
A SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
3 FD
D REGT
REGT
56 FD REG
REGT
T
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
6 RAC
3 FD
FD REGT
1 RCHA
CHA
1 RCHA
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
1 RCH
RCHA
CH
56 FD REG
REGT
T
6 RAC
AC
RCA SC
CHOO
HOOL
OOL
L
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 RALC
LFWA TC DET SHILO
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
6 RAC
1 RCHA
MCPL
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
M R
MBD
M R
MBD
MBDR
BDRC
BDR
C
MBDR
MBD
R
BDRC
BDR
C
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
CP C
CPLC
CP
CPL
MCPL
MCP
L
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MCPL
MC
MBDR
MBD
R
MCPL
MCP
CPL
MBD
DR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBD
R
CPLC
CPL
MB
MBD
B R
MB R
MBD
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
MB R
MBD
MB R
MBD
CPLC
CPL
C
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBD
R
MBD
BDR
BD
MBDR
MB
MBD
MBDR
MBD
MBD
BDR
R
BDRC
BDR
C
MBD
B R
BD
MBDR
MBD
MBD
MBDR
BD
MBDR
MBD
MBDR
MB
MBD
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
BDRC
BDR
RC
CPLC
CPL
C
MBD
BDR
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MB
BDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
51
BROCKBANK
BRODIE
BROUILLETTE
BROWN
BROWN
BURHOE
BURNS
BURTON
BUSSIERES
CALVE
CANTIN
CAOUETTE
CARNEGIE
CARRIER
CHABOT
CHAMOUN
C MPAGNE
CHA
C RETTE
CHA
CHARETTE
CHARTERS
CHELKOWSKI
CHEUNG
CHURCHILL
CLARK
CL RK
CL
CLA
CLARKE
CLA
R
CLEAR
CLE
EARY
AR
A
R
CLOUTI
CLO
UTIER
UTI
E
C UTIIER
CLO
CL
COELHO
COE
LHO
COLE
COL
E
COLESCOL
ES-WEB
ESES
WEBB
WEB
B
COL
OLLIE
OL
LIER
LIE
COM
MEAU
U
CON
NAN
INITS
WJ
DS
JJM
A
A
J
M
W
M
G
R
J
T
J
S
P
T
M
MLA
JC
D
JKY
T
JR
RR
MN
VK
J
M
C
KW
WP
P
C
YA
CONN
NAUGH
AUGHAN
AN
JR
CONWAY
WAY
T
COOK
K
MCJJ
COO
OK
ND
COR
RBEI
BEIL
L
I
COT
TE
F
COUTU
COU
TURIER
TUR
IER JRRF
COZ
OZANN
OZ
ANNET
ANN
ET
Y
CR
CRAIG
CRA
RD
CROOK
CRO
OK
KE
CUG
UGLIA
UG
LIARI
LIA
RI
AP
CU MIN
CU
CUM
INGS
IN
G
C
CUNNIN
CUN
NINGHAM L
NIN
CUN
UNNIN
UN
N GHAM S
NI
CURNEW
CUR
R
D ANJOU
F
DAIGLE
E
DALPHO
OND
PMP
DARVEA
VEAU
VEA
U
M
DAU
AUP
AU
PH NAI
PHINAI
PH
NAIS
S S
DAVIDS
DAV
DSON
DS
ON
S
DAVIS
DAV
S
S
DAWE
DAW
E
SST
D’CRUZ
D’C
RUZ
JL
DEITNE
DEI
TNER
TNE
R
L
DE IS
DELISL
DEL
ISL
S E
JGRS
DESILETS
DES
BJJ
DESJARDINS J
DEVEAU
BJ
DEVEAULT
D
DEZIEL
J
DION
S
DOERKSEN
RA
DOUCET
L
DOWLING
PR
DOYLE
K
DREW
NQ
ENDROITS
49 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
62 RAC
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
LFWA TC DET SHILO
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
6 RAC
CFLRS
2 FD REGT
CFLRS
5 RALC
62 RAC
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
42 FD REGT
G
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
62 RAC
42 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
62 RAC
CANSOFCOM H
HQ
49 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
2F
FD
D REGT
REGT
4 AD
AD R
REGT
EG
EGT
2 RCHA
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
CJIRURUU-CBR
UCBRN
CBR
5 FD REG
EGT
G
7 TOR REGT
CANSOFCOM H
HQ
6 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
RANK
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
NAME
INITS
DROLET
DRUMMOND
DUBAS
DUBOIS
DUCHESNEAU
DUGUAY
DUMAINE
DUNCAN
DUNVILLE
DUPONT
DUPUIS
DUVAL
EDWARDS
ENG
ERLING
EVANS
EVANS
FAWDREY
FEHR
FELDER
FILIATRAULT
FLANAGAN
FLETCHER
FLYNN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FOSTER
FRADETTE
FRANK
FRANK
FURBER
FURNIVAL
GAGNE
GALE
GARBUIO
GARCEAU
GARDELL
GASTON
GATHERUM
GAUTHIER
GAUTHIER
GAUTREAU
GELINAS
GENTRY
GERVAIS
GIGNAC
GILBY
GILES
GINGRAS
GINGRICH
GIRARD
GIROUX
GODATALLA
GODIN
GOGUEN
GOLDING
GONEAU
GOW
GOYER
GRABAUSKAS
GRAJEWSKI
GRAVELLE
GREER
GREGOIRE
GUAY
GUNTON
GUY
HAGUE
HALMRAST
HANNAM
HANRAHAN
HARDER
JCFJ
M
D
JJJ
MMM
J
MG
DL
J
JD
P
F
DE
JJV
J
DR
TA
ME
JA
TA
CA
MA
S
M
D
P
T
D
R
WN
J
S
M
CM
MR
MDA
CWF
DF
CL
M
SGE
A
JSJG
A
S
P
S
C
F
C
R
S
YM
EM
J
C
S
RJ
P
P
R
A
JF
P
W
A
PC
M
TL
R
C
C
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
62 RAC
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
62 RAC
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
6 RAC
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
116 FD BTY
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM HQ
1 RCHA
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
62 RAC
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
62 RAC
SJS
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
LFAA TC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
CFLRS
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
CFLRS
5 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
CFLRS
1 RCHA
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MCPL
MCPL
CPLC
MBDR
BDRC
52
HARNISH
HARRISON
HAUSER
HAWKINS
HEDE
HELD
INITS
M
C
TJ
J
J
D
HETHRINGTON
C
HICKS
MA
HILLIER
T
HOBB
MC
HOCKEN
PW
HODGSON
C
HOGAN
G
HOLMES
A
HOLT
C
HOOD
SW
HOSFORD
JM
HOSZKO
EM
HOUGH
KW
HOWLETT
A
HUNTINGTON J
HWANG
A
ISIP
CAL
JACQUES
AMMG
JACQUES
PJ
JANVIER
E
JARRELL
WD
JEAN
PMM
JENKINS
M
JENNINGS
RJ
JOHNSTONE BJ
JOKSIMOVIC B
JOUVET
C
KACHANOSKI LA
KARG
J
KASE
AR
KAY
AER
KAY
GDP
KEEN
E
KELLOWAY
J
KELLY
R
KENDALL
R
KENNIS
R
KETLER
C
KHLYUSTOV P
KING
D
KOCH
FP
KOSHMAN
CMM
KUIACK
AD
LACERTE
J
LACHANCE
J
LAFRENIERE FP
LAJOIE
D
LAKE
S
LALOR
CL
LAM
JKY
LANDRY
B
LANDRY
KJ
LANGILLE
R
LANGLOIS
M
LAPOINTE
P
LAPORTE
MOJ
LARKIN
DJ
LAVALLIE
J
LAVIGNE
D
LAVOIE
S
LAWRENCE
SI
LEBLANC
JC
LEE
M
LEFEBVRE
JRDP
LEFEBVRE
RC
LEMIEUX
A
ENDROITS
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
SECLIST ALTA ENERGY CO
1 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
L
6 RAC
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
30 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
42 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
LFWA TC DET
T SHILO
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
LFCA TC
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFLRS
2 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
SJS
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
7 TOR REGT
62 RAC
26 FD REGT
6 RAC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
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
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
NAME
LEMIEUX
LEMIEUX
LETENDRE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LOEPPKY
LOGAN
LOHNES
LORTIE
LU
LUSSIER
LYBBERT
LYNDE
LYNDE
MACINTYRE
MACKEIGAN
MACKINNON
MACKINNON
MACLEAN
MACRURY
INITS
D
M
T
E
S
RJ
J
C
N
D
JM
RK
JW
RJ
M
WA
LR
TW
G
K
MAKTHEPHARAK
BT
MALIKOV
Y
MALLEY
S
MANDEVILLE S
MANGROVE
C
MARCEAU
JGE
MARLOW
RB
MAROIS
S
MARSTON
JW
MARTIN
M
MARTINEAU
GNP
MARUYAMA
K
MASON
JA
MASSICOTTE A
MATHESON
R
MATTHIES
TH
MAURICE
J
MCCAULEY
M
MCFADDEN
JA
MCKENZIE
RDR
MCKINNON
K
MCKNIGHT
J
MCKNIGHT
SJB
MCLEAN
C
MCLEOD
P
MCNEELY
EC
MCNEIL
S
MEAHAN
JE
MEDCALF
W
MEGER
J
MERCAD
ADO
AD
O
M
MERMAN
MER
MANS
MAN
S
P
MICHAUDMICH
AUD-HEBE
AUDHEBERT
HEBE
T S
MILETTE
MILE
TTE COTE
COT
MMM
MILLAR
MIL
LAR
S
MILLS
MIL
LS
J
MIN
RY
MONT
ONTEBLA
ONT
EBLANCA
EBLA
A
M
MONTGOMERY
R
MOREAU
K
MORIN
D
MORRISON
KD
MORTON
C
MUISE
CS
NOEL
P
NORMAND
S
NOWELL
C
NUTTALL
JD
O’BRIEN
S
O’DELL
A
OKEM
TD
OLIVER
GJ
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
2 RCR DET OBGE
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
M R
MBD
M R
MBD
MBDR
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
CPLC
CPL
C
MCPL
MCP
L
MBDR
MBD
R
M R
MB
MBD
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MB
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
BDR
BDR
MBDR
R
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
CPL
C
BDRC
BDR
C
MB R
MBD
MB
MBD
B R
MB R
MBD
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
MB R
MBD
MB R
MBD
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBD
R
MBD
BDR
BD
MBDR
MBD
MBDR
MBD
MBD
BDR
BD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBD
B R
BD
MBDR
MBD
MBD
MBDR
BD
MB R
MBD
MCPL
MC
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MBDR
MB
MBD
DR
MBDR
MBD
R
MBD
BDR
R
MBDR
MBD
R
MCPL
MC
CPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
CMTC
CDN SPEC OPS RE
REGT
GT
42 FD REG
GT
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
GT
T
4 AD REGT
T
1 FD REGT
T
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CANSOFCOM
OM H
HQ
2 RCHA
6 RAC
C
1 FD
D REG
REGT
EG
5 RALC
AL
3 FD REGT
REGT
5R
RALC
ALC
6 RAC
RAC
A
15 FD
D REG
REGT
T
18 AD
D REG
REGT
RE
T
CFLRS
CFL
RS
1 RCHA
A
10
0 FD
D REG
R T
5R
RALC
ALC
LFAA
LFA
A TC
TC
26 FD RE
R T
REG
15 FD RE
REGT
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
4 FD REG
42
REGT
42
2 FD REG
REGT
EGT
2 RC
RCHA
2 RCHA
5 FD
D REGT
REGT
1 RCHA
CHA
30 FD
D REG
REGT
T
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
C
CDN
SPEC OPS RE
REGT
GT
RCA S
SCHOOL
62 RAC
2 RCHA
CHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR
TOR REG
REGT
RE
T
56 FD REG
REGT
T
1 RCHA
CHA
2 FD RE
REGT
EGT
EG
EGT
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCR DET OBGE
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
53
ORCHARD
ORGAN
ORTH
OSTER
OUELLET
OUELLET
OUELLETTE
PALMER
PANCHUK
PANKRATZ
INITS
RS
B
N
KF
D
F
ST
J
JL
WA
PASTERSHANK
LB
PATRY
S
PAUL
K
PAUL
R
P RSON
PEA
RS
PECK
JT
PEER
RK
PELLETIER
H
PELLEY
D
PENNER
DN
PENNEY
R
PEPIN
D
PEPLER
RD
PER LTA VINTIMILLA CG
PERA
PERPEL
PER
P UK
KD
PHI
PH
HILLI
LLIPS
LLI
L
LL
L PS
JDT
PHILLI
PHI
LLIPS
LLI
PS
TJ
P ARD
PIC
PI
RD
D
C
PICARD
PIC
ARD
JFJL
PIGEO
PIG
E
EON
D
PIGEON
PIG
EON
SW
PILO
OTTETTE-DUPE
D
RRAY
RAY MCE
PINS
SON
ONNEAULT
ONNE
AU
AUL
JBM
PLA
ANET
NETTA
TA
S
POLYVY
YVYANN
YVY
ANNY
ANN
Y A
POULIO
LIO
IOT
T
Y
PYKE
E
SR
PYLYP
YP W
YPO
C
RAN
NDAL
DALL
L
NA
RAY
YMON
MOND
D
C
REMPE
REM
PEL
PE
GB
REN
ENAUD
EN
AUD
B
RH
RHEAUME
RHE
E
P
RIVARD
RIV
ARD
M
ROA
OACHE
OA
CHE
G
ROBERT
RO
ROB
RTS
RT
S
D
ROBERT
ROB
ERTSON JM
ERT
ROB
OBICH
OB
IC AUD JA
RO ICHAUD M
ROB
R IDOUX
ROB
E
ROCHEFORT
T E
ROSSITER
ER
NJ
ROTH
H
K
ROW
OWLEY
OW
LEY
STA
ROY
RO
J
ROY
OY
S
RUSHTO
RUS
HTON
HTO
N
WR
SAMPSO
SAM
PSON
PSO
N
AE
SAMSON
SAM
SON
C
SA
SARK
SAR
ARK
BM
SA LTER
SAU
C
SAUMURE
M
SAVARD
S
SAWKA
JD
SCHMIDT
AP
SCOTT
RA
SECORD
B
SHAUGHNESSY
D
SHEA
D
SHEPPARD
T
SHILLINGTON CR
SHVETSOV
A
ENDROITS
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFB/ASU VALCARTIER
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
62 RAC
18 AD REGT
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CDN SPEC OPS
S REGT
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM H
HQ
6 RAC
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
JPSU DET VALC
CARTIER
49 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
62 RAC
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
1 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RALC
26 FD REG
26
REGT
T
1R
RCHA
CHA
49
9 FD REG
REGT
5 RALC
ALC
LC
4 AD R
REGT
EGT
26 FD RE
REGT
E
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
116 FD BTY
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
116 FD BTY
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RANK
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
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
CPLC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MCPL
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
NAME
SIKORSKI
SILLANPAA
SIMONEAU
SMITH
SONNICHSEN
SOVA
SPANOS
SPITAL
SPRAAKMAN
SPRINGMAN
ST JOHN
STAIRS
STEWART
STOCKER
STODGELL
ST-PIERRE
STRONG
SWARTZ
SWEATMAN
SWITZER
SYLVESTER
SYME
TAHAN
TATCHELL
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TENNANT
THIBEAULT
THIEMANN
THOMAS
THOMPSON
INITS
S
PEL
J
CD
MD
P
PAC
E
CP
P
TJ
DA
E
KD
J
C
J
B
Ml
DS
N
TE
A
A
BME
DF
F
I
DD
J
EJ
J
R
THORDARSON T
THORNE
O
TIMMS
J
TOMPKINS
LJ
TREKOFSKI
R
TREMBLETT AP
TYMCHAK
D
VAILLANCOURT
C
VAILLANCOURT
G
VENNE
E
VERREAULT JFF
VEZINA
E
VINCENT
JMTR
WALKER
C
WALKER
H
WALKER
JA
WALKER
S
WALOSZEK
E
WALOSZEK
E
WALSH
D
WALTON
T
WALTS
MA
WATERS
D
WEIR
SJW
WELLS
PJ
WESTLAKE
ME
WHITE
D
WHITEGRASS MD
WHITTEN
R
WICKETT
V
WICKRAMARATNA WS
WIERENGA
A
WILKINS
CM
WILKINSON
M
WILLIAMS
J
WILLIAMS
M
WILSON
G
WILSON
R
WILSON
RS
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
7 TOR REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
EVM
M
H
EHS
AL
S
J
M
S
L
I
K
J
HL
JH
DA
S
SW
AM
C
S
AM
CA
WJ
DJ
E
O
T
J
CI
JR
RB
JW
JD
TM
WM
DJGD
D
S
D
EJ
N
J
BJMA
DS
M
P
J
N
P
A
A
CI
SA
CJ
J
TJD
S
EW
TC
W
K
MML
B
JFP
M
DJL
DJR
M
R
SDJ
RJRM
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFJSR
49 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM HQ
1 RCHA
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
CMTC
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
JPSU DET VALCARTIER
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
NES - TERM LVE
NES - TERM LVE
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM HQ
CFLRS
10 FD REGT
54
WINDL
WISEMAN
WISWELL
WONG
WOOD
WOOD
WOOD
WORONCHANKA
WORSLEY
WOTHERSPOON
WRIGHT
YANIRE
YOUNG
ZAKARIAN
ZHONG
ABBOTT
ABBRUSCATO
ABRA
ABRIGO
ACKER
ADAMS
ADDISON
AFONSO
AITKEN
ALBRECHT
ALBU
ALCIME
ALEXANDER
AMADOR
ANDERSON
ANDERSON
ANDERSON
ANDREWS
ANSTEY
ANTON
APPEL
ARCAND
ARCHER
ARLT
ARMANDA
ARMSHAW
ARMSTRONG
ARSENAULT
ASSELIN
ATWOOD
AUBIN
AUGER
AURINI
AVERY
B.LEVESQUE
BABB
BABIN
BAILEY
BAILEY
BALL
BALL
BANNON
BARDOUK
BARKER
BARKER
BARNARD
BARON
BASTARACHE
BATES
BAYER
BEAUDET
BEAUDOIN
BEAULIEU
BEAULIEU
BEAULIEU
BEAUREGARD
BEDARD
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
CFJSR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L
CANSOFCOM
M HQ
18 AD REGT
2 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
10 FD REGT
62 RAC
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
62 RAC
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
6 RAC
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
62 RAC
6 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
62 RAC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
CPL
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
NAME
BEERS
BELAIR
BELAND
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELL
BELLEAU
BELLEAU
BELLEMARE
BELLOWS
BENCHARSKI
BENN
BENOIT
BERARD
BERARD
BERARDI
BERTHELOT
BERTHIAUME
BERUBE
BESAW
BESSETTE
BETKER
BETZ
BHATTI
BHATTI
BIANCO
BIGRAS
BILAN
BILODEAU
BILODEAU
BLACK
BLAEDOW
BLAIS
BLANCHETTE
BLIGH
BOESE
BOISVERT
INITS
DV
W
AMA
D
F
PC
S
MML
DR
WJ
JCPL
MS
SJA
P
JE
J
C
MRJ
SJA
J
M
MJC
M
B
JPR
RW
NPR
HS
MS
M
S
JL
FS
JRG
ME
I
J
N
RK
K
JJM
BOISVERT-QUESSY SMHM
BOIVIN
F
BOLGAK
Y
BOLTON
GJE
BONVILLE
M
BONVILLE
R
BOOKER
S
BOOKHOLT
JP
BORETZ
RA
BOSTON
CP
BOSTON
BOSTO
ON
CP
BOU
OUCHA
OU
CHARD
CHA
RD
J
BOUCHE
BO
CHER
R
J
BOUCHE
BOU
CHER
CHE
R
JDS
BOUCHE
BOU
CHER
CHE
R
M
BOUDRE
BOU
DREAU
DRE
AU
D
BOU
OUDRE
OU
DREA
DRE
AU
E
BOU
UDRE
DREAU
A
NRTGE
BOUDREAU
SR
BOUFFARD
MCTC
BOUFFARD
S
BOUFFARD
SA
BOULE
BC
BOULIANNE
JE
BOURASSA
FJR
BOURRE
JDD
BOURRE-LAPRISE JEV
BOUTILIER
A
BOWSER
J
BOZEK
M
BRAATEN
TJN
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
3 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
CMTC
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
49 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
62 RAC
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BD
DR
CP
CPL
BDR
BD
BDR
BD
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
B
BDR
BDR
CPL
P
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CP
BDR
DR
DR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
PL
L
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BDR
BDR
DR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
R
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
J
RH
A
G
J
M
SL
JC
JE
JA
DVB
L
M
R
W
F
K
MJR
NW
MCB
KJ
D
AL
A
C
CR
D
TA
D
J
K
JBJM
A
AJ
C
IMM
M
JA
JAM
JP
JP
PA
R
TJN
TJ
J
JJ
JJC
J
MPG
W
MK
CH
MHP
B
M
AO
D
MSA
A
E
A
C
N
MJPR
MJP
R
SJ
SJC
BJ
J
B
S
ML
K
K
T
R
M
BJ
AWR
D
LWJ
MD
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
JPSU DET PETAWAWA
20 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GA
AGETO
GETOWN
WN
10 FD REGT
T
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOO
OO
OL
26 FD REGT
T
6 RAC
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 FD REGT
10 FD REG
EG
GT
10 FD REG
REGT
T
7 TOR
R REG
REGT
7 TOR
OR REG
EG
GT
56 FD REG
REGT
T
5 RALC
10
0 FD REG
REGT
T
6 RAC
RAC
6 RAC
AC
RCA SC
SCHO
HO L
HOO
4 AD
AD REG
REG
EGT
5 RALC
RCA SC
SCHOO
H
L
15
5 FD RE
REGT
56 FD REG
REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
15
5 FD
FD RE
REG
REGT
GT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CHA
CH
1 RCHA
HA
4 AD REG
REGT
EGT D
DET GA
AGETO
GETOWN
WN
1 FD REGT
49 FD REG
GT
15 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
RA
4 AD REG
REGT
T DET GAGETOWN
6 RAC
C
5 RALC
RALC
2 RCHA
RCHA
5 RALC
RALC
4 AD REGT
REGT
1 FD REGT
62 RAC
RCA SCHOO
OL
30 FD REGT
62 RAC
1 FD REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
62 RAC
JPSU DET HALIFAX
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
55
BRADLEY
BRANNEN
BRETON
BRETON
BRIAND
BRIDGE
BRITTAIN
BRITTAIN
BRITTON
BROAD
BROOKS
BROUILLARD
BROUSSEAU
BROWN
BRUCE
BR
BR NET
BRU
BUNKE
BUN
BU NS
BUR
B NS
BUR
B ROWS
BUR
BUSKE
BUTLER
BYERS
B DE
BYR
BYRNE
BYR
CAL
ALCUT
AL
CU
CAMPBE
CAM
PBELL
PBE
BELL
CAMPBE
CAM
PBELL
PBE
LL
LL
CA UET
CAO
ETTE
ET
TE
CAREY
CAR
EY
CAR
ARIO
AR
IO
IOU
CAR
AR
RLE
CAR
RON
C ON
CAR
CARON
C ON
CAR
N
CARON
N
CARON
N
CARON
N
CARON CO
CORRIV
RRIVEAU
RRIV
EAU
CARTE
C
CA
TER
CASABO
CAS
ABON
ABO
N
CAST
TELLA
ELLANOS
NOS ZET
ZETINO
ZETI
NO
CAS
AST
ASTL
AS
TLE
TL
TLE
CATER
CAT
ER
CA HCA
CAT
CART
RT
CATON
CAT
O
CAV
AVEEN
EEN
CESINA
CES
INARO
INA
CHAF
CHA
FE
C
CH
CHAM
BERLAND
CHAMPAGNE
E
CHANG
CHAPDELA
ELAINE
ELA
INE
CHA
HAPPE
APPE
PPEL
PP
L
CHARET
CHA
ETTE
ET
TE
CHARLA
CHA
RLAND
RLA
ND
CHARLE
CHA
RLES
RLE
S
CHARLO
CHA
RLONG
RLO
NG
CHARRO
CHA
RRON
RRO
N
CHARRO
CHA
RR N
CHEESEMAN
CHE
C N
CHE
CHENARD
CHETWYND
CHIARELLI
CHOUINARD
CHRISTIE
CLARK
CLARK
CLARK
CLARK
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
6 RAC
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
62 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
5 RALC
6 RAC
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
6R
RAC
AC
5 RALC
AL
L
62 RAC
5 RALC
RALC
56 FD
D REG
REGT
T
2 FD REGT
EGT
6 RAC
C
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
SUTL
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RANK
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
NAME
CLARKE
CLINE
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
COAD
COLE
COLES
COLYN
COMEAU
COMEAU
CONQUIST
CONROD
CONWAY
CORBETT
CORDEY
CORDY
CORLISS
CORNEAU
CORRIVEAU
COSSETTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COUGHLAN
COULOMBE
COURCY
COUSINEAU
COUTURE
CRANNEY
CRAWFORD
CREANEY
CROCCO
CROW CHIEF
CYR
DAIGLE
DAIGLE
DALE
DALLAIRE
D’AMICO
DANIELSON
INITS
GT
B
D
MHGI
P
AM
MT
SD
C
J
SC
SR
CL
B
S
GK
J
J
D
SJJC
F
D
J
JPMM
JRD
S
TMD
JAC
S
NE
D
J
RD
D
J
CP
T
JPR
JYJF
S
B
F
LD
DAUDELIN-CORBEIL A
DAVIES
A
DAVIES
RJA
DAVIS
JJB
DE GUZMAN GJ
DE SOUZA
JBDK
DEBOER
R
DECHAMPLAIN
J
DEGERNESS TD
DELORME
TC
DEMERCHANT CS
DEMERS
JJL
DEMERS
S
DEN BESTEN J
DENNINGER RA
DEPAS
E
DEROO
JF
DESALLIERS SJD
DESJARDINS P
DESROCHER
JPB
DESROCHES DJ
DESROCHES RW
DESROSIERS OUELLET M
DESRUISSEAU
R
DEVEAU
AJ
DEVEAU
CJP
DEVEREAUX EKG
DIGGS
A
DILELLA
MR
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
2 RCHA
5 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB/ASU VALCARTIER
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
6 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
42 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
116 FD BTY
6 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
6 RAC
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
116 FD BTY
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
62 RAC
JPSU DET PETAWAWA
62 RAC
26 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
56
DILOLLO
DIMITROV
DINH
DION
DOHERTY
DOLMAN
DONER
DORION
DORVAL
DOUCET
DOUCETTE
DOUGLAS
DRAGOS
DREW
DROLET
DRONYK
DUCHARME
DUCHESNE
DUFOUR
DUMAIS
DUMAS
DUMONT
DUNBAR
DUNKLEY
DUNLOP
DUNPHY
DUNSMORE
DUPONT
DUPUIS
DURAND
DUTCHAK
DUTKA
DYKE
EAGLE
EBERLE
EDEN
EELHART
EGLINTON
EGLOFF
INITS
RJ
H
NK
M
RD
D
P
KC
C
L
MLG
C
C
CW
M
HA
A
B
TL
LJGJ
MVR
P
RT
GL
J
C
EM
T
M
D
R
AE
AJ
BR
RG
ZD
CD
TL
AW
EL-BAGHDADY
JF
ELLIOTT
K
ELLIOTT
M
ELMAN
A
EMBERLY
B
EMBRO
B
EMOND
JY
ERICKSON
LA
ESPEUT
G
EUM
LYS
EVELYN
L
FADER
NA
FARQUHAR
JP
FEHRMAN
S
FELLICE-SIMARD
M
FERGUSON
TR
FERREIRA
C
FERRON
MALJ
FILLION
R
FIRTH
KM
FITZHERBERT RD
FLECK-LAWRENCE JT
FLEET
D
FLEISCHER
GE
FLETCHER
ARG
FLEURANT
KM
FLEURY
JL
FLYNN
D
FOLZ
NA
FONTAINE
I
FONTAINE
IA
FONTAINE
RJ
FORRESTER DV
ENDROITS
49 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
CFLRS
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCR DET OB
BGE
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
LFCA TC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
6 RAC
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
DGMC
62 RAC
62 RAC
7 TOR REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
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
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
NAME
FORSYTHE
FORTIN
FORYSTEK
FOSSUM
FOSTER
FOURNIER
FOURNIER
FOWLER
FRASER
S
FRASER
FRECHETTE
FREEMAN
FUJII
FURMANEK
GABEL
GAFFEY
INITS
A
D
MK
DB
BL
JAPS
SJR
SE
DC
C
MT
SD
SA
J
J
J
B
GAGNE MICHAUD D
GAGNE-MICHAUD
GAGNEMONFETTE RJR
GAGNON
JB
GAGNON
JGR
GAGNON
JPJF
GAGNON
L
GAGNON-PELLERIN S
GAL
PC
GALANGE
JJ
GALIPEAU
D
GAMBLE
KJ
GARCEAU
SS
GARCIA
S
GARRISON
TC
GAUDREAULT SJA
GAVEL
DE
GAWLEY
P
GEDEON
S
GEIGER
K
GEISHECKER-COTE
D
GERROW
R
GERVAIS
D
GERVAIS
T
GIBERSON
BP
GIBSON
D
GIBSON
IJ
GIGUERE
BJJRG
GILBERT
J
GINGRAS
H
GIRARD
J
GIRARD
S
GLAVINE
KE
GOBEIL
R
GODBOUT
DS
GOD
ODIN
OD
IN
K
GOGUEN
GOG
UEN
D
GOLDER
GOL
DER
ER
MH
GOLEC
GO
GOL
EC
EA
GOLEC
GOL
EC
EA
GONTH
GON
THIER
TH
E
F
GOO
OODIN
OO
DING
DIN
G
MJ
GOUIN
S
GOULET THIBOUTOT P
GOULET-THIBOUTOT
GOURICHON S
GRABAUSKAS PGJ
GRANT
M
GRATTON
R
GRAVELLE
J
GRAY
NT
GREALEY
M
GREELEY
AR
GREEN
E
GREER
JG
GREGOIRE
JJK
GREGORSKI S
GRIFFIN
K
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 FD REGT
6 RAC
6 RAC
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
C
1 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
T
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
6 RAC
62 RAC
2 RCHA
62 RAC
15 FD REG
GT
56 FD REG
REGT
T
62 RAC
AC
42 FD REG
REGT
T
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
REGT
1 FD REGT
REGT
6 RAC
RAC
1 FD
D REGT
7 TOR
TOR
O RE
REGT
2 RCHA
CHA
CHA
2 FD RE
20
REGT
6 RAC
C
4 AD
AD REG
REG
EGT
5 RALC
RALC
RCA SC
SCH
HOOL
2R
RCHA
CHA
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BDR
BD
BDR
BD
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
DR
BDR
DR
BDR
BD
BDR
BD
DR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
D
BDR
D
DR
BDR
BDR
DR
R
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
D
DR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
CPL
PL
PL
BDR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BDR
DR
DR
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
K
F
C
TS
C
P
SMD
P
P
K
F
AM
W
MWA
CC
J
G
JGJH
J
JCA
ABC
M
A
C
A
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
2 RCHA
RCA
C SC
SCHOOL
OO
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
4A
AD REG
REGT
T DE
DET
TG
GAGETOWN
7 TOR
T
TO
OR
O
R REG
REGT
R
EGT
T
62
2 RAC
RA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CHA
5 RALC
ALC
5 RALC
ALC
62 RAC
5 RALC
6 RAC
2 RCHA
2R
RCHA
CH
RCA SCHOO
SCH
L
30 FD REG
EGT
EG
T
49 FD REG
REGT
T
4A
AD
DR
REGT
EGT
7T
TOR
OR REG
REGT
T
5 RALC
ALC
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
JPSU DET GAGETOWN
N
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFB/ASU GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
6 RAC
20 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
57
GRIFFIN
GROLEAU
GRUMMETT
GU
GUEVARA
GUILBEAULT
GUIMONT
GULLIVER
G
GULLIVER
GUY
HABOLD
HACHEY
H HEY
HA
HAC
HALDANE
HA
HA E
HAL
HALLE
HA
HAM
H
AMEL
HAMELIN
HAMILTON
HAMMOND
HAMPSON
HANCOCK
HANNAFORD
HA
HAN
ANNAH
AN
N
HANSS
HAN
SSON
SS
SSO
HARALD
HAR
ALDSON
ALD
S
HARRIE
HAR
HARRI
HAR
RINGTO
RIN
GTON
GTO
HARRIS
HAR
RIS
HAR
ARRIS
AR
RIS
SON
HAR
RTJE
TJES
S
HAS
SSAN
HAW
WE
HAWKI
H
AWKI
KI S
KINS
KIN
HAY
HAYWO
WO D
WOO
DSM
CJ
I
N
KC
AA
W
R
RM
A
AD
G
HEATHER
ER
ERI
R NGTO
GTON
GTO
N BL
B
HELKA
KA
A
J
H
HEME
ONMARTIN
ONMA
RTIN
J
JC
HEND
HEN
DE
ERSON
SON G
HEN
NDER
DERSON
SON TJ
HEN
ENNES
EN
E
NNESSEY
NES
ESSEY
ES
SEY
EY S
HENRY
HEN
RY
CN
HERNANDE
HERNANDE
HERN
ANDEZ
Z MO
MOSCOS
SC O E
HER UX-A
HERO
ALAI
LAIN
MKJ
HESS
HES
S
BB
HIC
CKS
CF
HILC
HIL
CHIE
CH
A
HILL
HIL
B
HILL
RA
HILLERS
SMCR
SMC
R
HILLIER
R
TL
HILLIK
LIKER
LIK
ER
C
HO
IC
HOANG
HOA
NG
AHD
HD
HOANG
HOA
NG
T
HODGSO
HOD
GSON
GSO
N
KA
HODGSO
HOD
GSON
GSO
N
R
HOLLAN
HOL
LAN
LA
AND
A
D
JWB
HOLM
HOL
M
AA
HO MES
HOL
HO
B
HOLMES
T
HOO
S
HOPE
A
HOPKINS
BEI
HOPKINSON RH
HOQUET
BT
HOQUET
C
HORAN
J
HOUGH
BO
HOULE
DW
HOULE
F
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
ETOWN
42 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
ETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
116 FD BTY
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
DGMC
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
ETOWN
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
116 FD BTY
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
GAGETOWN
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
SU
15
5 FD REG
REGT
T
62
2 RAC
15 FD REG
REGT
T
2 RCHA
15
5 FD REG
REGT
T
15 FD REG
REGT
T
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFSPDB
116 FD BTY
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFB SUFFIELD
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RANK
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
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
CPL
CPL
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
NAME
HOULE
HOUSTON
HOUTEKAMER
HOVELKAMP
HOWELL
HOY
HOYT
HUANG
HUARD-MERCIER
HUBBARD
HUDON
HUMMEL
HUNG
HUNKA
HUNTLEY
HUSSIEN
HUSSINI
HUTCHISON
HWANG
HYATT
IKERENGE
INGRAM
INGRAM
ISABELLE
ISABELLE
JACKSON
JACKSON
JACOBS
JACQUES
JAMES
JENKINS
JENKINS
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JONES
JONES
JUEN
JUNIPER
KADAK
KADDAH
KAHRS
KALLSEN
KANG
KEENE
KEIM
KELFORD
KELLY
KELLY
KENNEDY
KENT
KEOMANYLA
KEOUGH
KESHVARI
KETLER
KETTLE
KHEIRALLAH
KHILL
KHOURY
KILLEEN
KILPATRICK
KIM
KIRK
KNEE
KNOWLES
KOESLAG
KOLGA
KOLOPENUK
KRANNICH
KUEHL
KULTGEN
INITS
R
R
RM
NW
JD
H
D
E
MJC
MR
D
CA
TF
A
MA
S
ZA
DN
MH
M
J
R
W
JPJM
PJF
MB
R
J
M
O
D
K
OB
T
J
R
GR
TM
LA
G
J
R
T
M
T
KS
N
JW
D
KJ
R
JC
LX
AD
AJ
D
G
E
P
M
S
AG
DHD
J
JW
CA
J
AJ
P
AMF
RE
DJ
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
CPL
BDR
CPL
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
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
TAC SCHOOL
1 RCHA
62 RAC
62 RAC
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
CMTC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
58
LABARRE
LABRECQUE
INITS
MA
EJ
LABRECQUE-HARBOUR LMAG
LACHANCE
E
LACHAPELLE J
LACOSSE
CJP
LACOSTE
K
LACROIX
S
LADD
H
LAFERRIERE MMJ
LAGACE
L
LAJAMBE
J
LAJOIE
C
LALONDE
FJCR
LALONDE
J
LAM
K
LAM
WCW
LAMBERT
MM
LAMBERT
R
LAMONTAGNE KM
LAMOUR
LM
LANDRY
AJMD
LANDRY
E
LANGAS
K
LANGFORD
GA
LANGLAIS
K
LANGLOIS
L
LANGLOIS
M
LANGRIDGE JCA
LANNON
B
LAPENSKIE
DR
LAPERRIERE PICHE
H
LAPLANTE
E
LARDHI
AM
LARDNER
CJ
LARIVIERE
C
LAROCQUE
F
LAROCQUE
GR
LAST
S
LAU
KK
LAVERS
CL
LAW
KJN
LAWSON
N
LAYTON
J
LE
AR
LEARMONTH CT
LEBLANC
A
LEBLANC
DT
LEBLOND
DJFJ
LEBRUN
R
LECLAIR
A
LECLERC
JAJ
LECOZ,
R
LEDOUX
J
LEDUC
J
LEE
DW
LEE
J
LEE
TM
LEFORTE
D
LEMIEUX
JR
LEMIEUX
R
LEPINE
CJ
LEROUX
MD
LESSARD
D
LEVESQUE
DE
LEVESQUE
P
LEVESQUE
R
LEVESQUE
SJD
L’HEUREUX
DN
LI
CYJ
LI
R
LI
ENDROITS
62 RAC
6 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
6 RAC
49 FD REGT
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GA
GAGETOWN
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
62 RAC
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GA
AGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET GA
AGETOWN
116 FD BTY
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GA
AGETOWN
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
116 FD BTY
6 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
6 RAC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
6 RAC
5 RALC
62 RAC
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
62 RAC
5 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
30 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
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
NAME
LIMOGES
LINCOLN
LINKLATER
LIPPERT
LITT
LIVELY
LOCKIE
LOGUE
LOISELLE
LOLLIER
LONGMAN
LOPEZ
LORD
LORD
LOSCOMBE
LOSIER
LOWE
INITS
R
JR
LA
JG
NS
M
M
G
O
L
JMMC
MS
K
KAMF
ML
O
RL
LUCAS-MOORE-GOUGH AT
LUSK
JC
LYNCH
R
MA
A
MACDONALD C
MACDONALD F
MACDONALD J
MACDONALD S
MACHAN
K
MACINTOSH PR
MACLAREN
FAP
MACLEAN
G
MACLEOD
BM
MACLEOD
CA
MACNEIL
A
MACNEIL
KM
MACPHERSON S
MAGGIOLO
M
MAHEU
E
MAHEUX
J
MAILHOT
JCD
MAILLETTE
OJC
MALTMAN
RJ
MARCANTONIO AV
MARILOVIC
S
MARSHALL
AD
MARSMAN
M
MARTIN
L
MARTIN
R
MARTIN
RJJ
MARTIN
R
MARTINEAU
C
MARTINEAU
D
MARTINEZ
WV
MARTON
ON
NE
JD
MASALE
MAS
ALES
ALE
S
M
MASSCH
MAS
SCHAEL
SCH
AELE
AEL
E M
MASSIC
MAS
SICOTT
SIC
OTTE
OT
OTT
E KLG
MASTER
MAS
TERSON
TER
SON EA
A
MATHIE
MAT
HIEU
HIE
U
C
MATH
MAT
HIEU
HIEU
HIE
M
MAX
AXIMI
AX
IMILIE
IMI
LI N
G
MAY
M
MAY
RJ
MAYERS
P
MC LAUGHLIN YJ
MCAULEY
D
MCCAFFERY CN
MCCARTHY
D
MCCLELLAND B
MCCLUNG
M
MCCORMICK S
MCCORMICK SD
MCCRACKEN RE
MCCRON
MK
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BD
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BD
BDR
D
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
BD
BDR
BD
BDR
DR
R
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
BD
BDR
B
BD
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
R
CPL
PL
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
BD
BDR
BDR
BDR
R
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
A
AJ
B
TD
TS
JM
KC
J
W
P
CD
KH
D
M
T
R
E
JT
DJ
E
B
S
BA
N
P
RJ
R
DP
JJ
JMA
PPJS
SJG
J
AJ
IA
CAP
J
JE
D
DA
BJPB
A
AC
DWB
PM
B
C
AW
S
J
ET
S
R
MJT
JRT
JR
EK
K
JKC
S
KW
D
JS
K
P
KA
DE
GR
EJ
J
CN
N
ACJ
FRA
SMF
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
DGMC
6 RAC
10 FD REGT
T
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
26 FD REG
GT
30 FD REG
GT
1 FD REGT
T
4 AD REGT DET GA
GAGETO
GETOWN
GETO
WN
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
LFTEU
CFB/ASU GAGE
ETOW
TOWN
N
4 AD REGT DET
T GAG
GAGETOWN
N
20 FD REG
EGT
EG
T
26 FD REG
REGT
GT
4 AD
DR
REG
EGT
EG
4 AD
D REGT
R GT
T DE
DET
T GAGE
GAG
A TOWN
15
5 FD REG
REGT
T
7 TOR
TOR REG
REGT
T
2R
RCHA
C
CHA
4A
AD
D REGT
REGT
RCA SC
RCA
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5R
RALC
ALC
62 RAC
RA
62 RAC
49 FD RE
REGT
30 FD REG
RE T
7 TOR
TOR RE
REGT
7 TOR REG
REGT
1 RC
R
RCHA
CH
CH
CHA
HA
A
4A
AD
D REGT
T
JPS
PSU
PS
U DET GAG
GAGETO
ETOWN
ETO
ET
2 FD
D REGT
REGT
3 FD
D REG
REG
EGT
CFSATE
ATE
4 AD REGT
GT
T
15 FD REGT
T
49 FD REGT
CFB
C
F GANDER
56 FD REGT
C RS
CFL
30
0 FD REG
REGT
T
6 RAC
RAC
6 RAC
RAC
CFSPDB
CFS
PDB
4 AD REGT DE
DET
TG
GAGE
AGETOW
AGE
TOWN
TOW
N
1 RCHA
A
26 FD REG
GT
62 RAC
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
LFWA TC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
49 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
59
MCDERMOT-FOUTS ZB
MCDIARMID
MCDONALD
MCDONNELL
MCELHINNEY
MCGREGOR
MCINTYRE
MCKEACHNIE
MCKENNA
MCLEOD
MCMULLAN
MCMULLEN
MCNAMA
MCNEIL
MCNEIL
MECHAKRA
ME
MENDES
ME
M CIER
MER
MERCIER
MERRICK
MICHAUD
MILES
MILLETTE
MIRON
MOLLOY
MO
MON
ONGEA
ON
G U
MORAN
MOR
ORAN
AN
AN
MORILL
MOR
ILL
LLO
LL
ON
M
MOR
MO
IN
N
MORIN
MOR
IN
MORIN
MOR
IN
MOR
ORIN
IN
MOR
ORISS
OR
ISSETTE
ISS
E
MUC
CICK
C O
MUL
LLAL
LALY
Y
MUNRO
RO
MURPHY
PHY
MURRAYAY- OOD
AY
AY-W
OD
OD
MYERS
RS
NADEAU
EAU
NARAIN
NAR
AINE
AIN
E
NELSO
NEL
SON
SO
NEL
ELSON
EL
SON
NEUFELD
NEU
EUFELD
EU
D
NEVEAU
NEV
EAUX
EAU
EA
X
NEV
VES
NG
NGAN
NGA
N
NIC
CHO
HOLSON
NICK
NIC
KEL
N OLE
NIC
NIELISSEN
NOLET
NORRIS
RIS
NORS
ORSWORT
ORS
WORTHY
WORT
HY
NORTHR
NOR
NO
THR
THRUP
HRUP
NYIMU
NYI
MU
O’CONN
O’C
ONNELL
ONN
ELL
O DELL
O’D
ELL
O’DONN
O’D
ONNE
ONN
ELL
O’DONN
O’D
ON ELL
ON
OGBEMUDIA
OG
OLDFIELD
OLIVER
OLIVER
OLIVIER
OLTHOF
ORR
OSADCHUK
OSBOURNE
OUELLET
OUELLET
ENDROITS
26 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCR DET OBGE
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
6 RAC
6 RAC
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
49 FD REGT
6 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
RALC
56
6 FD REG
REGT
T
62
2 RAC
116 FD BT
BTY
Y
15 FD
D REG
REGT
T
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
2 RCHA
HA
30 FD REGT
RE
E
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAG
GETOWN
30 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
62 RAC
62 RAC
RANK
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
NAME
OUELLET
OUELLETTE
OVERY
PAKHLAVUNI
PALMER
PANUCCI
PAP
PAPINEAU
PAQUET
PAQUET
PAQUET
PARADIS
PARADIS
INITS
VM
RJRJ
JAW
K
G
J
DM
J
G
JDD
S
J
V
PARADIS-AUBIN
M
PARE
DP
PARENT
D
PARENT
D
PARENT
S
PARKER
CT
PARRIS
N
PARROTT
WWR
PARSONS
R
PASSMORE
MJ
PATEY
AM
PATEY
S
PATRY-YOUNG
J
PAYETTE
J
PAYEUR
JRJ
PAYEUR
V
PAYNE
J
PAYNTON
TA
PEARCE
GR
PEARSE
ML
PECSI
J
PEDDLE
RGJ
PELLETIER
AJJ
PELLETIER
FJA
PELLETIER
GBS
PELLETIER
K
PELLETIER
KJ
PELLETIER
P
PEPIN
RJLJM
PERO
RWA
PERRON
J
PERSICO
G
PETER
M
PETERS
B
PETERSON
L
PETKOVICH
D
PETRENKO
I
PHILION
W
PHILLIPS
JDT
PIERREROY T
PIKE
C
PIKULA
B
PITMAN
IM
PITMAN
RHP
PLANTE
D
PLANTE
PRF
POBURN
C
POIRIER
P
POITRAS
CD
POLLARD
R
POLYWKAN
R
PONTAROLLO RDW
PORTER
A
POTTS
KP
POTVIN
RJJ
POULIN
S
POULIOT
JLC
POWER
EG
POWER
JJ
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
6 RAC
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
6 RAC
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
4 AD REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
26 FD REGT
CFB/ASU SHILO
4 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
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
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
CFB/ASU PETAWAWA
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
1 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
60
PREVOST
PRICE
PRICE
PRINGLE
PRONOVOST
PROULX
PRYCE
PUILLANDRE
PULLINGER
PYLYCHATY
QUIRING
RAMIREZ
RAMSEY
RAMSEY
RAOUL
RATELLE
RATTIE
RAYMOND
REGIMBALD
REGIMBALD
REGIS
REICKER
REID
REYNOLDS
INITS
P
CA
J
LR
MM
D
SR
S
DS
M
KE
GO
CB
CB
J
A
J
JGB
A
J
J
M
G
S
RHEAUME-LAFLEUR
F
RHIND
S
RICH
G
RICHARD
MF
RICHARDSON B
RIDEOUT
T
RIDLEY
DAR
RIOUX
M
RIOUX GOYETTE
RIOUX-GOYETTE
A
RISTO
JJ
ROBERGE
K
ROBERTS
T
ROBICHAUD BJ
ROBICHAUD EG
ROBICHAUD GR
ROBINS
KW
ROBINSON
AP
ROBINSON
JW
ROBINSON
MJ
ROBSON
CA
RODRIGUE
P
ROGERS
K
ROODZANT
S
ROSS
CM
ROSS
M
ROSS
TS
ROSS
WL
ROTH
KA
ROUILLARD
P
ROUSSEAU
RMM
ROUTLEY
JRK
ROY
A
ROY
JF
ROY
M
ROYER-COTE JAG
ROZARIO
JM
ROZON
C
RUMBOLT
T
RUTLEDGE
CR
RUTLEDGE
MA
RUTLEDGE
PM
RUTTAN
S
RZESZUTEK M
SABEAN
J
SAMPSON
F
SANDERS
P
SANDERSON AS
SANDFORD
AV
ENDROITS
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
42 FD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
CFSPDB
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
62 RAC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFLRS
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFPU
49 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
3 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
49 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
6 RAC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
NAME
SAROFEIM
SAUVE
SAVAGE
SAVOIE
SCHAEFER
SCHALLOCK
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT
SEBESTEN
SEDGWICK
SEE
SEE
SEGUEDA
SELVESTER
SETO
SHAKARCHI
SHAVER
SHAW
SHEETS
SHEPHARD
SHEPPARD
SHIELS
SHIN
SHULIST
SIMARD
SIMON
SIMONEAU
SIMPSON
SINGH
SINGS
SIROIS
SIZE
SLUGOSKI
SMALL
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SOCCHIA
SON
SONG
SOUTHAM
SPEARS
SPENCER
SPILKIN
SPRAGUE
ST JOHN
STACEY
STALEY
STANFORD
STANG
STAPLES
S
STA
TARLI
TA
RLING
RLI
N
NG
STEWAR
STE
WART
WAR
T
STEWAR
STE
WART
WAR
T
ST GER
STGERMAI
MAIN
MAI
N
STOCKD
STO
CKDALE
CKD
ALE
STON
STO
NE
STO
TONE
TO
NE
STOPPA
ST PIERRE
ST-PIERRE
ST-YVES
SURETTE
SUTHERLAND
SWALLOW
SYLKA
SYLVESTRE
SZAROZ
TABB
TAHAN
TALBOT
TALBOT
Canadian Gunner
INITS
MMN
SA
S
JJER
MR
JD
D
DB
MKJ
C
DJ
AO
JM
I
IV
MY
JJ
DP
N
M
JDM
L
T
H
JT
N
JJG
J
SP
S
MB
M
MG
S
M
BE
G
MJ
AJ
RY
A
JAR
MF
AMC
G
CL
D
J
J
SE
C
CR
L
BA
BA
MW
MLAA
MLA
A
AG
RG
T
CJ
PJM
PF
CM
AC
DS
DM
F
M
SJ
J
FJA
P
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
6 RAC
1 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
DGMC
7 TOR REGT
2 FD REGT
42 FD REG
GT
30 FD REG
GT
7 TOR REG
GT
RCA SCHOO
OO
OL
LFCA TC
2 FD REGT
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BD
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BD
BDR
D
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
BDR
BD
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
DR
R
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
DR
BDR
DR
CPL
PL
BDR
BDR
DR
R
BDR
BDR
BDR
BD
BDR
BDR
R
BDR
DR
CP
CPL
BDR
BDR
D
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
PJD
RR
RN
S
J
K
TP
C
A
JM
M
R
M
JG
M
MJW
C
B
KLC
N
RC
B
PJ
A
B
B
M
IMC
S
WC
AJR
PHE
JIR
C
GRN
OJP
JPR
R
J
B
BJ
L
M
G
M
R
LP
JEE
O
NJJ
PC
A
B
S
A
ZJ
I
K
MJG
CN
E
J
GJR
A
P
JUD
AJ
MA
BA
K
B
CV
TJE
SV
R
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
AGETOW
TOWN
TOW
N
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
42 FD REGT
T
2 RCHA
62 RAC
C
5 RALC
ALC
LC
26 FD REG
REGT
T
7 TOR REG
RE T
15
5 FD
D REG
REGT
T
5 RALC
49 FD REG
REGT
1 RCHA
HA
2 RCHA
15 FD
F RE
REGT
REGT
LFTS
LFT
S HQ
HQ
1 FD REGT
15
49 FD RE
REGT
7 TOR
R REGT
7 TOR
TOR RE
REGT
26 FD
D REG
REGT
T
5 FD
FD R
REGT
EGT
1 FD
FD REGT
REGT
EGT
4A
AD
D REGT DE
DET
T GAGE
GAG TOWN
3 FD REGT
2 RCH
CHA
LFC
CA TC
TC
2 RCHA
CHA
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
T
26 FD REGT
R
RCA
SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
3 FD
DR
REG
EGT
EG
62
2 RAC
RA
15 FD
FD REG
REGT
T
15 FD REG
REGT
T
20 FD REG
REGT
T
42 FD REG
REGT
T
62 RAC
C
62 RAC
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
61
TALBOT
TALLUD
TAPP
TASKER
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
THACH
THIBAULT
THIBODEAU
THIBODEAU
THIFFEAULT
THOMAS
THOMPSON
THORBAHN
THORNTON
TH RP
THO
TIETZ
TI
TO IN
TOB
TOM
TOMCZYK
TOTH
TOUCHETTE
TOWNSON
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TR
TRE
REMBL
RE
M AY
TREMBLA
TRE
TREM
BLA -LAVOIE
BLAY
TR PAN
TRE
PANIER
I
TRIMM
TR
TROTT
TRO
TT
TRUD
TRU
DE
DEL
TSA
SANG
SA
NG
G
TUC
UC
CKER
KE
TUR
RCOTTE
COTT
TUR
RCOT
COTTE
TE
TURCO
TURCOT
COTTE
COTTE
COT
TE
TURMEL
MEL
TURNE
NER
NE
TURNE
NER
TUTTON
TON
TUYSUS
TUY
SUSIAN
SU
SUS
IAN
UBBING
UBB
NG
UML
MLAH
ML
AH
UNDERWOOD
UND
UN
NDERW
ND
WOOD
OD
VAILLANC
VAI
VA
LANCOURT
LANC
ANCOURT
VALDIV
VAL
DIVIA
DIV
IA
VA LEE
VAL
E
VALLEV
VAL
LEVAND
LEV
A
VAL
LLIE
LIERES
VAN ECK
V
VA
VAN
EVERY
VAN ROOYEN
N
VANDERHUL
ULST
UL
ST
VANDER
ERSWA
ER
SWAN
SWA
N
VAND
NDERZW
ND
ERZWAAG
ERZW
AAG
VANIE
VAN
ER
ER
VEENST
VEE
NSTRA
NST
RA
VEILLE
VEI
LLEUX
LLE
UX
UX
VEILLE
VE
VEI
LLEUX
LLE
UX
VEZINA
VEZ
INA
VIALET
VIA
LET
LE
ETTE
TE
VIAU
VIA
U
VINCENT
VOTH
WALSWORTH
WALTS
WARREN
WATERMAN
WATRICH
WATSON
WEAVER
WELDON
ENDROITS
6 RAC
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
116 FD BTY
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
CFB/ASU VALCA
ARTIER
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
6 RAC
5 RALC
62 RAC
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
62 RAC
2 RCHA
62 RAC
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
56 FD R
REG
E T
RCA
CA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
10
0 FD REG
REGT
T
49 FD REG
REGT
T
1 RCHA
6 RAC
AC
C
15 FD
D REG
REGT
T
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
RANK
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
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
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
SDT
NAME
WENTZELL
WERON
WHITE
WIDDOWSON
WIEBE
WIERSEMA
WILD
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WILSON
WILSON
WINDL
WINSOR
WINTER
WOLFE
WON
WONG
WONG
INITS
J
A
D
EA
JL
K
MR
AL
B
MI
A
AL
R
KIJ
J
M
T
A
JC
MHM
WOTHERSPOON
JA
YOUNG
M
YU
J
YUNG
HDM
YUNG
V
ZACHER
A
ZACHER
A
ZAHR
R
ZARIWNEY
RJ
ZINCK
G
ZWICKER
WR
ABEL
P
AKACHUK
D
ALLEN
MJ
ALVAREZ,FRANCIS F
ANDERSON
D
ANDERSON
S
ANDRADE
J
ANDRES
S
ANDRESS
WL
ANGLEHART-METHOT G
ARBOUR
JJM
ARDOLEI
B
ASQUITH
M
ASSELIN
JPL
ASTLES
JM
AUBIN
JMG
AUGER
JG
AVERY
J
AYOTTE
DJC
AYOTTE
G
AZIZ
O
BAAH
F
BADGER
G
BAIRD
AC
BAKER
S
BALDIZON
D
BALL
NA
BANNER
DA
BARABE
J
BARBE
MJ
BARIL
JDGF
BARKER
M
BARNES
GI
BARNETT
D
BARRAIS
JD
BASALLO
A
BATTISON
MS
BEAUDOIN
JE
BEAUDRY
MR
BEAUMONT-SMITH SRA
BEAUREGARD-FORTIER RE
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
30 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
5 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
JPSU DET PETAWAWA
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RMC
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
CMTC
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
6 RAC
PTE
SDT
SDT
GNR
ART
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
ART
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
PTE
SDT
GNR
ART
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
SDT
SDT
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
42 FD REGT
6 RAC
2 RCHA
62 RAC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
42 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
62 RAC
56 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
62 RAC
62
INITS
BEDARD
BEDARD
BEDON
BELAND
R
F
D
J
BELANGER-SOUCY PLBS
BELHUMEUR TM
BELLEFEUILLE
S
BENJOE
D
BENNETT
BG
BENNETT
L
BERGER
GGME
BERGERON
D
BERGERON
DI
BEST
CRR
BIN
AF
BIRCH
TG
BIRDSELL
A
BIRON
T
BIRSS
J
BLACKMORE SA
BLAIN
C
BLAIS
JJJ
BLAIS
S
BLAIS
WT
BLANCHETTE CJRS
BLANCHETTE R
BLINN
BJ
BLOUIN RONDEAU EMC
BLUE
K
BOILY
JEJ
BOISCLAIR
FRH
BOISSON
S
BOISSONEAU NW
BOISVERT
O
BOLEY
C
BONKOWSKI NW
BONNEAU
G
BORIX
BJG
BORTHWICK R
BOSSE
D
BOSTOCK
E
BOSTON
DD
BOUCHARD
D
BOUCHARD
J
BOUCHARD
JGJ
BOUCHARD
JRE
BOUCHARD
RJR
BOUCHER
M
BOUDREAU
DS
BOUFFARD
M
BOUFFARD-ABRAN G
BOUGHEN
SA
BOULANGER GJ
BOULET
MJJ
BOURASSA
NJB
BOURASSA-D’ESTIMAUVCC
BOURGAULT
BOURGOIN
BOURNIVAL-ROY
BOURQUE
BOWE
BOYLE
BOYLE
BRADFORD
BRADLEY
BRAKE
BRANCH
BRANCONNIER
BREAU
BRECKENRIDGE
BREDIN
BREMNER
JC
J
F
D
C
A
I
F
R
SJ
K
TDJ
M
KJ
JE
T
ENDROITS
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
2 FD REGT
LFQA TC
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
62 RAC
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
6 RAC
5 RALC
62 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
26 FD REGT
6 RAC
2 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
49 FD REGT
LFQA TC
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
6 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
6 RAC
62 RAC
62 RAC
6 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
NES - TERM LVE
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
49 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
NAME
INITS
BRETON
BRETON
BRINSTON
BRITTAIN
BROOKS
BROOKS
BROPHY
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWNE
BRUM
BUCHOON
BUCKLEY
BUECKERT
BURCENA
BURGIE
BURKE
BURNS
BURTNICK
BUSQUE
BUSTAMANTE
BUTLER
BZDYL
CABALLERO
CABUNGCAL
CAIN
B
J
TW
CL
AC
J
K
AD
J
JA
KD
J
JD
J
S
H
CJB
TM
CB
K
A
M
A
M
E
CL
A
SJ
CALDERON-ARROYO C
CALVERT
A
CAMERON
D
CAMERON
DAR
CAMPAGNA-GLEETON M
CAMPBELL
A
CAMPBELL
B
CAMPBELL
J
CANART
J
CANART
M
CANTIN
J
CARBONNEAU M
CARDONA
JC
CARDONA PAIZ J
CARL
A
CARLETON
C
CARLSON
KR
CARRIER
LMA
CARRIER
S
CARTER
JIL
CASEMENT
RJ
CASSWELL
A
CASTANO
CASTANOANO
NO-O
NO
ORR
ORRE
O
RREGO
GO JL
CASTE
CAS
TELLAN
TEL
LAN
ANOS
AN
OS J
CHABOT
CHABOT
S
CHACON
CHA
CON
J
CHALIF
CHA
LIFOUR
LIF
OUR
D
CHALLI
CHA
LL S-L
LLI
S EE SC
SCHA
HAMBE
HA
MBER
MBE
RL
RLAIN
R
CHA
AMBE
MBERLAND BHR
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
5 RALC
5 RALC
49 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
42 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
30 FD REG
GT
56 FD REG
GT
2 FD REGT
T
RCA SCHOO
OL
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
PTE
P
TE
G
GN
GNR
G
GN
GNR
SD
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
TE
GNR
PTE
SDT
DT
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GN
GNR
GN
GN
GNR
NR
R
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
G
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
TE
PTE
GNR
GN
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
E
GNR
SDT
SDT
PTE
SDT
DT
PTE
GNR
R
GNR
SDT
SD
GNR
GNR
GNR
NR
PTE
GNR
PTE
TE
E
PTE
TE
SDT
ART
ART
PTE
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
AGETOW
TOWN
TOW
N
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
1 RCHA
2 FD REGT
REGT
EG
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
HO L
49 FD REG
REGT
T
RCA
CA SCHOO
SCHOO
HOOL
L
1 RCHA
HA
3 FD
FD REGT
REGT
42 FD REG
REGT
T
5 RALC
A
2R
RCHA
CHA
A
RC SC
RCA
SCHOO
H
L
2F
FD
DR
RE
EGT
26 FD
D REG
RE T
2 FD RE
26
REGT
LFQ
FQA
FQ
AT
TC
C
5 RALC
RALC
5 RALC
RALC
5 RALC
RALC
56 FD REG
REGT
T
1 RCHA
26 FD REG
GT
6 RAC
AC
5 RALC
ALC
4 AD REGT
GT
TD
DET
E GAGETOW
OWN
OW
N
10 FD REG
GT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
RC
LFQA
LFQ
A TC
TC
20 FD REG
REGT
T
5 RAL
RALC
5 FD
FD REGT
REGT
4 AD
AD REGT
REGT DE
DET
T GAGE
AGETOW
T
TOW
TO
N
CHAN
KKN
CHAPPELLAZ ADJ
CHARBONNEAU BM
CHARRON
M
CHARTERS
JM
CHASSE
M
CHATTERTON AC
62
2 RAC
20 FD
D REG
REGT
T
15 FD REG
EGT
EG
T
26 FD REGT
T
26 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
CHATTERTON-ARMSTRONS
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
CHENG
CHENIER
CHERUBINI
CHHUN
CHIASSON
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
62 RAC
CHAMBERS-YAKYMYSHYNR
Canadian Gunner
AKM
J
A
SS
PWJNJ
63
CHISWELL
INITS
JM
CHOUINARD LAVOIE
JEM
CHOUINARD-LAVIGNE E
CHOW
B
CHRISTIAN
PR
CLARK
BL
CLARK
C
CLARKE
AA
CLARYSEE
C
CLEMIS
QPJ
CLOUTHIER
JD
CLOUTIER
DMB
C KADAY
COC
J
CO GER
COG
JPH
CO OE
COH
JC
COLBURNE
CO
T
CO E
COL
N
COLLIN
VMM
COLLINS
JHA
COLLINS
JP
COLLINS
S
COMEAU
JJR
C
COM
PTON
J
CONNOR
CON
KJR
CONN
CON
ONNORS
S
CO
COOK
COO
OOK
K
S
COOPER
COO
ER
R
RWK
COPELA
COP
ELAND
ELA
ND
NJ
CORBIN-R
CORB
IN-R
N- ATTE
N-R
TE
M
CORN
COR
NECT
E
COR
ORRIV
OR
RIVEAU
RIV
EAU BJR
COT
TE
G
COU
USIN
SINEAU D
SINEAU
COUTU
C
OUTU
TURE
TU
T
U
URE
N
COUTUR
TURIER
TUR
IER
ER
R J
COUTU
TU IER
TUR
OV
COX
L
LM
CRAME
MER
ME
D
CRAWFO
WFORD
WFO
RD
DJ
CROS
CRO
SS
HJK
CULLIN
CUL
LINS
LIN
S
PG
CUL
ULVER
UL
VER
J
CUNNIN
CUN
NI GHA
HA
AM V
CURRAN
CUR
RA
RAN
S
CURRIE
CU
DM
CURRY
CUR
RY
SP
CYR
YR
MM
CZECH
CZE
CH
CH
TL
DAIGLE
DAI
DA
JJJ
DAIGLE
P
DALE
S
DALPHO
OND
OAPF
OAP
F
DAM
MGAA
GAARD
RD
MR
DAMP
AMPHOU
AMP
HOUSSE
HOUS
SE
P
DANIEL
DAN
LS
B
DAOUST
DAO
AOUST
M
MJA
DARGIS
DAR
GIS
X
DASILV
DAS
ILV
ILVA
LVA
C
D’AVIG
D’A
VIGNON
VIG
N
S
DAVIS
DAV
I
IS
A
DA IS
DAV
M
DAVIS
R
DAVIS
SBA
DE CARUFEL KMG
DE GREADY-BENOIT
FJNS
DE GREADY-BENOIT
NJN
DEGERNESS-CRASWELL MJ
DEILGAT
JMPY
DELISLE
FJJS
DEMICK
J
DENT
MW
DENTREY
M
ENDROITS
3 FD REGT
6 RAC
LFQA TC
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
6 RAC
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
ETOWN
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
ETOWN
26 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
62 RAC
62
2 RAC
20
0 FD REG
REGT
RE
T
2 FD
FD R
REGT
EGT
18 AD REG
REGT
T
4 AD
A REGT
REGT DE
D T GAGE
GA ETOWN
1 RCHA
HA
A
2 FD REGT
GT
5 RALC
5 RALC
LFQA TC
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
10 FD REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RANK
SDT
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
SDT
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
PTE
SDT
GNR
PTE
SDT
SDT
SDT
PTE
PTE
ART
SDT
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
NAME
INITS
DESAULNIERS CJLS
DESBIENS
O
DESCHENES JF
DESCHENES-LALIBERTE
POML
DEVLIN
P
DHAHAN
PS
DHUGGA
IS
DICKINSON
D
DIDONE
RBCT
DINH
A
DINSMORE
M
DION
M
DION
REJH
DIONNE
JMA
DIZON
JV
DODDS
ZGS
DODGE
J
DOLMAN
JC
DOMPIERRE-BELANGER FA
DOOLER
TR
DOUCET
DJWC
DOUCET
J
DOUCETTE
M
DOUCETTE
NC
DOUCETTE-FRASER
P
DOUGHERTY J
DOUGLAS
BDR
DOWSON
K
DREW
TL
DREWETTE
J
DRIEDGER
DROUIN
SPA
DRUFOVKA
GM
DRYER
BD
DUCHAINE
A
DUCHESNE-TANGUAY B
DUCHSCHER CJ
DUFRESNE
F-AJ
DUFRESNE
FJJ
DUFRESNE
PSE
DUGAS
JM
DULONG
TL
DUMAS
IIM
DUMAS
MJL
DUNN
LJ
DUPERRAY
J
DUPERRE
D
DUPONT
AB
DUPUY
D
DURSTON
TS
DUVAL
JP
DUVAL
G
EARNSHAW
B
EIKELENBOOM
C
EIKELENBOOM
N
ELDRIDGE
AJR
ELLINGSON
DJ
ELLIOTT
D
ELLIOTT
J
ELLIOTT
M
ELLIOTT
T
ELSON
D
EMPEY
A
ENGLISH
S
ENNS
JW
ERIKSEN
AJ
ETHIER
J
ETTINGER
J
FAFARD COTE P
FALK
TL
FANDREY
AB
FAUCHER
M
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
62 RAC
1 RCHA
6 RAC
6 RAC
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
6 RAC
6 RAC
7 TOR REGT
49 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
6 RAC
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
ART
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
ART
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
MJ
JM
J
K
RMR
J
CR
T
M
T
MT
SP
SAA
N
DP
J
T
MH
PT
PS
NLL
M
DJ
M
D
E
MA
CP
B
JD
K
AJJJPJ
RMIMM
GM
C
J
D
J
J
S
D
J
NJG
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
NES - TERM LVE
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
62 RAC
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
62 RAC
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
6 RAC
49 FD REGT
62 RAC
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
CFB/ASU GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
LFQA TC
26 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
64
FAUCHER
FAUCHER-BILODEAU
FAVRON
FAVRON
FAY-MILETTE
FECTEAU
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERREIRA
FESER
FEVENS
FIGUEROA
FIGUEROA-BARRERA
A
FILLION
FINNAMORE
FIRMIN
FISHER
FLETCHER
FLINT
FOGLIA
FONG
FONNER
FORD
FORD
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN-GODIN
FOSTER
FOSTER
FOURNELLE
FOURNIER
FRADETTE
FRAMPTON
FRANCIS
FRASER
FR?CHETTE
FRENCH
FRIDGE
FROST
FULLER
GAGNE
GAGNE
GAGNON
OJJP
S
GALL
J
GALLANT
MIG
GALLANT-BOULET H
GALLO
N
GAN
JW
GARANT-POITRAS SP
GARCEAU
JRS
GAREAU
A
GAREAU
D
GATES
T
GAUDETTE
C
GAUTHIER
JMJO
GAUTHIER
M
GAUTHIER-FRECHETTE MJD
GAUVIN
Y
GAVEL
BJ
GELINAS
GEMMILL
WD
GIBSON
M
GIESBRECHT R
GIGUERE
MA
GILBERT
MA
GILL
MS
GILLINGHAM J
GIRARD
F
GODMER
C
GAGNON-CLAVEAU
GAGNON-DEVEAUX
ENDROITS
62 RAC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
62 RAC
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
L
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
6 RAC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
6 RAC
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
LFQA TC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
62 RAC
20 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
L
6 RAC
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
6 RAC
62 RAC
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
5 RALC
62 RAC
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
JGF 62 RAC
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 RALC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
NAME
GOIZIOU-GALLANT
GOODERHAM
GOODRIDGE
GORMAN
GOSSELIN
GOSSEN
GOTTSCHALK
GOULET
GRAHAM
GRAHAM
GRANT
GRANT
GRASS
GREEN
GREGG
GREWAL
GRIFFITH
GRIFFITHS
GRIMEAU
GRIMWOOD
GRONDIN
GUENTHER
GUERRA
GUNN
HAASBEEK
HAGLUND
HAINES
HALCHYSHAK
HALL
HALLAM
HALLEY
HANEK
HANEY
HANSEN
HARDER
HARDY
HARNUM
HARRIS
HARVEY
HARVEY
HASTINGS
HAWES
HAWKES
HECKMAN
HEISLER
HELBLING
HENRY
HEPPELL
HEPPNER
HERBERHOLZ
HERNANDEZ
HERNANDE
ANDEZ
ANDE
Z-LACROI
LACROI
L
CROIX
ROIX
ROI
X
HIBBER
HIB
BERD
BER
D
HIGGIN
HIG
GINS
GIN
S
HILBIC
HIL
BIC
BICH
ICH
HILCHE
HIL
HI
CHEY
CHE
Y
HILL
HIL
L
HIL
IL
LSON
HLIBCH
BCHU
BCH
UK
HOFFMAN
HOLDEN
HOLMES
HOMUTH
HOOK
HOPEY
HORST
HOUDE LORD
HOULE
HOULE
HOVRISKO
HOWE
HOWSON
HRAPPSTEAD
Canadian Gunner
INITS
MC
C
A
M
KC
J
MB
F
K
K
DJ
WD
JS
AJ
S
J
KN
KE
CM
R
MJF
JMD
P
AP
KS
AS
DR
ML
S
D
E
T
CC
ARS
B
D
JD
SJ
J
M
SM
J
DO
D
A
S
B
J
PL
M
ELEM
EL
ELE
LEM
M
B
ST
DJH
SA
T
S
RA
I
NR
K
B
DSF
B
JJ
AJM
J
AL
M
R
ME
LOCATION
RANK
42 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
P
PTE
PT
PTE
PT
P
PT
PTE
GN
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
TE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
NR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
TE
E
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
G
GNR
PT
PTE
GNR
NR
PTE
P
PTE
G
GN
GNR
GNR
P
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
R
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
R
GNR
NR
GNR
GNR
R
SDT
SDT
PTE
PTE
PTE
E
GNR
PTE
GNR
NR
R
GNR
NR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
6 RAC
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
6 RAC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET
T GAGETO
GAGETO
GETOWN
WN
116 FD BTY
Y
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
49 FD REG
GT
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
T
26 FD REG
REGT
T
5 FD REG
REGT
4 AD REG
REGT
RE T DE
DET
T GAGETO
GAGETO
GETOWN
10 FD REG
REGT
T
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
HA
RCA SC
SCHO
HO L
HOO
5 FD REG
56
REGT
T
18 AD RE
REGT
REG
3F
FD
D REG
REG
EGT
E
GT
56 FD RE
REGT
2R
RCHA
CHA
RC SC
RCA
SCHOO
H
L
18
8 AD RE
REGT
RCA
CA SCHOO
SCH
L
RCA SC
SCHOO
H
HO
L
30 FD REG
30
REGT
T
56 FD REG
REGT
T
26 FD REG
REGT
T
1 RCHA
1 RCH
CHA
62 RAC
AC
56 FD
D REG
REGT
RE
RCA SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
15 FD REG
GT
10 FD REGT
6 RAC
56 FD
F REGT
2 RCHA
RCHA
15
5 FD REG
REGT
T
1 FD
FD REGT
5 FD
FD REGT
REGT
2 RCHA
RCHA
1 RCHA
10 FD REG
REGT
T
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
T
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
N
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
62 RAC
62 RAC
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
65
NAME
INITS
HUCKLE
B
HUDSON
WO
HUFFELS
AH
HUGHES
M
HUGHES
TAS
HUMALAMAKI VTK
HUMMEL
AN
HUNKS
J
HUNT
CFM
HUNT
CL
HUNTER
EL
HUNTINGTON JE
H CHINSON M
HUT
HUTCHINSON P
HU
HYDEN
HY
DR
IBBITSON
IB
IBB
SL
IB OTSON
IBB
JJ
INDENBOSCH MR
INGBRITSON CS
IRWIN
S
ISABELLE
JCE
ISHRAKI
J
JA KSON
JAC
JA
C
JACKSO
JAC
K N
MA
JAM
AMES
AM
ES
KR
J NSEN
JE
JENSEN
JEN
SE
SEN
EN
EN
M
JERRET
JER
TT
M
JIMENE
JIM
ENEZ
ENE
Z
JC
JOANIS
JOA
NIS
J
JOH
OHN
OH
NAS
NAS
RB
JOH
OH
HNSO
NSON
N
JO
JOH
HNSO
NSON
N
M
JOHNSO
NSON
NSO
N
S
JJOHNS
OHNS
NST
NS
N
ST
S ON
N
KJ
JOHNST
NSTON
NST
ON
R
JONES
ES
S
H
JONES
ES
M
JORDA
DAN
DA
S
SSW
JUNEAU
EAU
D
KAISE
KA
SER
J
KAN
NG
A
KAY
AYE
AY
E
JA
KEAYS
KEA
YS
K
KEENA
KEE
NAN
AN
DA
KE NAN
KEE
AN
M
KEITEL
KEI
JA
KEL
ELLY
EL
LY
TG
KENDAL
KEN
D L
JT
KENDRICK
KEN
KE
C
KENNARD
CM
KENNEDY
A
KENNED
EDY
ED
Y
C
KEN
NNED
NEDY
Y
RGD
KER
ER
NR
KHALAF
KHA
LAF
AF
H
KHALIQ
KHA
HALIQ
LIQUE
UE
G
GH
KHEZRI
KHE
ZRI
MM
KHE
KHEZRI
HEZRI
SM
KIM
C
KIMBAL
KIM
B L
BA
E
KI G
KIN
B
KING
K
KING
KA
KINNEAR
GBL
KIRBY
EG
KIRBY
WC
KITTSON
A
KIZUR
L
KLERI
R
KLOKEID
M
KNIGHT
SP
KNORR
C
LOCATION
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
3 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
LFQA TC
26 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
42 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
49
9 FD REG
REGT
T
2 RCHA
HA
1 RCHA
RCHA
3 FD
FD R
REGT
EGT
1 RCHA
2 FD REGT
GT
2 FD REGT
GT
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGE
ETOWN
42 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RANK
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
ART
SDT
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
SDT
GNR
SDT
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
ART
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
PTE
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
ART
NAME
KOCH
KOPCZYK
KOROLUK
KOVACS
KRUGER
KUHNE
KUO
LABELLE
LABRECQUE
LACERTE
LACHANCE
LACHANCE QUESSY
LACHANCE-VEZINA
LACOMBE
LACROIX
INITS
PB
Z
CD
J
JTW
N
STY
M
KJF
JJP
J
FHJ
EMF
MC
SJS
LOCATION
RANK
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
LFQA TC
6 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
62 RAC
6 RAC
30 FD REGT
62 RAC
LACROIX LATREMOUILLG
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
LADOUCEUR
LADOUCEUR
LAFAILLE
LAFFERTY
LAFONTAINE
LAFORTUNE
LAFRANCE
LAFRENIERE
LAINE
LALANCETTE
LALCHAN
LAMARRE
LAMARRE
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
LFQA TC
62 RAC
6 RAC
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
62 RAC
26 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 FD REGT
6 RAC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
6 RAC
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
6 RAC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
6 RAC
R
ZFJ
SJ
A
M
J
F
AJM
DC
A
AL
D
MMS
LAMBERT-FRECHETTE VJCD
LAMIRANDE
DJD
LAMMING
DCR
LANDRY
S
LANG
PG
LANGLAIS
POJG
LANGLOIS
YA
LAPIERRE
D
LAPIERRE
V
LAPLANTE-SIMARD F
LAPORTE
GCAT
LARAWAY
C
LAROCHE
AJR
LARSON
A
LASNIER
J
LAU
CMY
LAVIGNE
PLMF
LAVOIE
M
LAW
AZ
LAWRENCE
P
LAWRIE
K
LECLAIR
K
LECLERC
TJD
LECOURS
FL
LEDUC
A
LEE
J
LEFAVE
D
LEFEBVRE-GIROUX AJP
LEFEBVRE-JOUVET M
LEFEBVRE-ROMPRE
JGM
LEFORT
KL
LEGER
K
LEHOUX-ALLAIRE C
LEMAY
GA
LENEHAN
S
LENNOX
JR
LEON
DW
LEROUX
M
L’ESPERANCE S
LEVASSEUR MRB
LEVESQUE
S
LEVESQUE
KLC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
6 RAC
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
62 RAC
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
6 RAC
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
1 RCHA
6 RAC
66
NAME
LEVESQUE
LEWIS
LIPPERT
LIVELY
LIZE
LLOYD
LOCK
LOFTUS
LOISELLE-MARTINEAU
LOMAS
LONG
LONG
LONGPRE
LOPEZ
LOUIE
LOUIS-SEIZE
LOVEAN
LOW
LUBIN
LUNEAU-POISSON
LUTHER
LYNE
MACCORMICK
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACFARLANE
MACKEIL
MACMILLAN
MAEERS
MAGEE
MAGNOUX
MAILHOT
MAILMAN
INITS
S
R
M
N
E
J
N
JO
M
J
AJ
J
L
S
DPA
CLS
J
MJ
L
CSA
C
WRF
J
KPN
JJ
JMM
SB
BW
MC
EL
S
AE
MAINELLA-TASSE
MAINVILLE
MAJOR
MAKAROW
MAKEPEACE
MALENFANT
MALONEY
MANG
MANKOW
MANN
MANN
MANN
MANNING
MARA
MARCIL
A
KW
SA
M
A
S
AP
JCS
A
BM
KG
K
D
M
MARCOUX-DESROCHERS M
MARSHALL
C
MARTIN
RMA
MARTINEAU
SP
MARTINEZ-MENDIETA G
MATHUS
R
MCBRIDE
C
MCCABE
J
MCCAY
M
MCCLOSKEY M
MCCONNACHIE
M
MCCONNELL E
MCCRON
SA
MCDINES
D
MCDONALD
M
MCENTEE
T
MCGEE
E
MCGILLVRAY MW
MCGONEGAL PA
MCGRATH
SLD
MCGREER
S
MCINTYRE
KJ
MCKEACHNIE CN
LOCATION
5 RALC
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
JR
1 FD REGT
R
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
LFQA TC
3 FD REGT
VJR 2 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
5 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
L
RCA SCHOOL
L
10 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
62 RAC
62 RAC
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
SDT
SDT
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
SDT
ART
GNR
NAME
MCKENNY
MCLAUGHLIN
MCLEAN
MCLEESE
MCNEILL
MCNIVEN
MCSHEFFERY
MELO
MENDICINO
MENHINICK
MESICH
MIFFLIN
MIKKOLA
MILETICH
INITS
D
T
RJA
JM
R
J
D
J
JVJ
M
TA
R
E
A
MILETTE-LEMAY J
MILLAR
CJ
MILLER
DCA
MILLS
M
MILLS
TIS
MILNE
F
MILO
C
MINAKER
A
MIRANDA ARREGUI F
MOAMAI
N
MONIZ
BD
MONTGOMERY
BR
MONTGOMERY
R
MOORE
LS
MOORE
MJ
MORGAN
B
MORGAN
J
MORISSETTE PC
MORRELL
N
MORRIS
J
MOSES
C
MOULTON
K
MOUROT
K
MUCHMORE N
MUISE
J.D.
MURAWSKY
DJ
MURDOCH
DM
MURPHY
A
MURPHY
BJ
MURRAY
AJ
MURRAY
TM
NABIH
A
NADEAU
JMC
NAUD
LNO
NAUGLER
B
NELSON
KJA
NELSON
MG
MGC
NEP
EPTON
EP
TON
S
NEWARK
NEW
ARK
A
NGUYEN
NGU
YEN
LD
NICHOL
NIC
HOLSON
HOL
SON P
NOLET
NOL
ET
LKS
KS
NORRIS
NOR
RIS
J
NOR
ORTON
OR
TON
KM
OBENAUS
WM
O’BRIEN
O
BRIEN
KF
OFSTIE
OGDEN
DJ
O’LEARY
JL
O NEILL
O’NEILL
CE
O’NEILL
KSR
O’QUINN
S
OUELLET
D
OUELLET
SJP
OUELLET
YJM
OUELLET-MORNEAU ORL
OUIMET
J
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
RANK
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
T
5 RALC
42 FD REG
GT
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GN
GN
GNR
PTE
PT
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
TE
PTE
PT
PTE
T
TE
SDT
SDT
DT
SDT
GNR
GNR
NR
ART
RT
GNR
GN
GNR
NR
R
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
G
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
R
SDT
PTE
G
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
NR
R
GNR
NR
SDT
T
GNR
GNR
R
SDT
SDT
GNR
GN
GNR
GNR
R
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
TE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
4 AD REGT DE
ET GAGETOWN
GA
WN
4 AD REGT DET
T GA
GAGETO
GETOWN
GETOW
GETO
WN
42 FD REGT
CFLRS
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REG
EGT
EG
T
1 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
HA
49 FD REG
REGT
T
4 AD
D REG
RE
REGT
TD
DET GAGETO
GAG
WN
1R
RCHA
CHA
1R
RCHA
CHA
HA
A
6 RAC
RAC
2 RCHA
HA
1 RCHA
RCA
A SC
CHOO
H
L
2 RCHA
RCHA
6 RAC
62
AC
C
RCA SC
SCH
HOOL
1 FD
FD R
REG
EGT
EG
42
2 FD RE
REGT
5 FD
FD REGT
REG
EGT
2 RCHA
RCHA
42 F
42
FD
D REGT
REG
REG
EGT
T
3F
FD
D REGT
R T
15
5 FD REGT
62 RAC
6 RAC
AC
6 RAC
AC
4 AD REGT DE
DET
T GAGETO
G ETO
T WN
TO
5 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
L A TC
LFQ
2 RCHA
RCH
15 FD RE
REGT
RCA
CA SC
SCHOO
SCHOO
HOOL
62 RAC
56 FD REG
REGT
T
1R
RCHA
CHA
3 FD
D REGT
REGT
1 RCHA
A
20 FD REG
GT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
6 RAC
6 RAC
6 RAC
1 RCHA
67
NAME
INITS
OUSSATCHEV A
PACE
A
PAGER-MASSE J
PALING
M
PALMER
DL
PAMPLIN
J
PAQUET
CP
PAQUETTE
M
PARACHONIAK
D
PARENT
C
PARENTEAU MSC
PARKER
AL
PATCH
NR
PATTERSON JPJ
PAUL
PA
DD
PAULENKO
PA
K
PE
P
ELLETIER
A
PELLETIER
J
PELLETIER
JJCSR
PELLETIER
M
PELLETIER
P
PELLETIER
T
PENNINGS
J
PERREAULT B
PE
PER
ERREE
ER
R
PETIQU
PET
ETIQU
IQU
QUAN
QU
Q
UAN
R
PETTEN
PET
TEN
P
PI HE
PIC
D
PIKE
PIK
E
DA
PITCH
PIT
CH R
CHE
M
PIT
IT
TRE
G
PIT
TTET
PDM
PITZE
ZE
ZEL
R
PLASTO
STOW
STO
W
M
PLEAU-DU
DUCHES
CHESNEAU
CHES
NEAU JM
POD
T
TW
PODOL
O S
OL
OLA
J
POIRIE
IER
IE
J H
JSP
POIRIE
RIER
RIE
R
P
PAJ
P IQU
POL
IQUIN
IN
N
P
POPES
POP
ESCU
ESC
U
AC
POR
ORTIL
OR
TILLO
TIL
LO
K
POT
OTT
OTTS
OT
J
POTTS
POT
TS
K
POTTS
POT
TS
RA
PO TS
POT
T
POTVIN
POT
VIN
O
POW
WEL
ELL
O
PRAT
PRA
TT
W
P MZELL
PR
PRE
T
PRESTON
C
PRIDHAM
M
J
PRONKI
NKIN
NKI
NK
N
PC
PRO
ROSS
RO
SS
R
PROUFF PERRE
PROU
ERREAULT
AULT M
PROVENCH
PROV
ENCHER
ENCH
ER
R
RJ
RJA
PROVOS
PRO
VOST
VOS
T
SJG
PRUDHO
PRU
DHOM
DHO
MM C
MME
MM
RACINE
RAC
INE
K
RA NEY
RAI
NE
EY
A
RAJEWSKI
RAJ
S
RAMSAY
M
RAYMOND
N
REECE
KA
REGEY
NMD
REID
C
REINELT
J
REINHARDT
D
REMPEL
R
RENNER
DAJ
RESTAU
AM
LOCATION
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 FD REGT
62 RAC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
62 RAC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
6 RAC
YD
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
62 RAC
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
H
L
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2F
FD
DR
REGT
EGT
2R
RCHA
CHA
LFQA
A TC
TC
62 RAC
AC
2 FD REGT
EG
G
CFB/ASU GAGET
TOWN
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
RANK
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
SDT
SDT
SDT
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
NAME
RICARD
RICHARD
RICHARDS
RICHARDS
RICHARDSON
RICHARDSON
RICHER
RIGGS
RIJNEN
RINEHART
INITS
JGPM
M
C
J
A
T
PE
RH
JJ
N
RINGUETTE-FARRELL D
RITCHIE
RD
ROBERGE
JJ
ROBERGE
SJGJ
ROBERT
NR
ROBERTS
D
ROBERTSON D
ROBICHAUD PEO
ROBICHEAU CJ
ROBINET
C
ROCH
K
RODRIGUE
D
RODRIGUE
R
ROLLS
RG
ROOKE
J
ROORDA
S
ROOS
J
ROSAMOND J
ROSCOE
AR
ROSE
DJJK
ROSENE
JJ
ROTTLUFF
DA
ROUILLARD
S
ROUSSEAU
SJGB
ROUSSEL
F
ROUSSELLE S
ROWE
EA
ROWLEY BERNARD F
ROY
A
ROY
C
ROY
EJ
ROY
F
ROY
JJ
ROY
MMA
ROY-MAURICE
AV
RUTHERFORD
E
SADLER
JAK
SAINT-AMANT
MJN
SAINT-AMANT
SJAC
SALEMA
K
SAMOISETTE MG
SANDOVAL
RA
SAULNIER
RER
SAUVE
K
SAUVE RAICHE
MJAM
SAVOIE
D
SAWKINS
B
SAWYER
MA
SCALI
MA
SCANIE-JENKINS
J
SCHAN
T
SCHARF
B
SCHARF
MP
SCHEER
R
SCHERTZING A
SCHRIVER
I
SCOTT
D
SCOTT
K
SCOTT
S
SCUR
M
SEGUIN
Y
LOCATION
RANK
62 RAC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
6 RAC
5 FD REGT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
6 RAC
6 RAC
49 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
LFQA TC
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
5 RALC
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
42 FD REGT
LFQA TC
6 RAC
6 RAC
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
62 RAC
2 FD REGT
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
2 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
68
NAME
SENUM
SHANNON
SHANNON
SHAVE
SHAW
SHEE
SHELSON
SHEWCHUK
SHIRLEY
SHUTTLEWORTH
SIEDLECKI
SIMONE
SIMUNDSON
SJAARDA
SKOURIS
SLACK
SLIPETZ
SLOAN
SLOSSE
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMOLLA
SOCHOLOTIUK
SOGUILON
SOLOMAKHA
SOOP
SOPKOW
SORENSEN
SPEER
SPENCER
SPENCER
STAFFORD
STAITE
STANDFAST
STAPLES
STAPLES
STARK
ST-COEUR
ST-CYR
STEWART
STEWART
STINZIANO
ST-JEAN
STOANGI
STOCKER
STONE
STORIE
ST-PIERRE
STRADALOWICZ
STRATTON
STUBBS
STUPARYK
STYLES
SUMMERS
SUMMERS
SUTCH
SUTTON
SWAYZE
SWICK
SYCZ
SYLVESTER
SYLVESTRE
TALAVERA
INITS
A
AC
JR
M
E
SA
WR
T
S
J
T
D
K
E
JC
D
Z
S
J
A
AMF
CJ
CM
J
JD
L
R
S
SWJ
P
M
J
A
TCU
D
EG
CS
G
NC
S
EK
R
G
J
KM
O
G
CJO
MF
NG
DP
AJ
CJ
J
SE
C
K
KC
G
T
D
PJ
RA
A
J
R
K
D
R
CJJS
L
LOCATION
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
49 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT DET G
GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
LFQA TC
56 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
49 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
L
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
5 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
62 RAC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETOWN
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
ART
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
PTE
PTE
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
NAME
INITS
TALBOT
TARDIF
TARDIF
TAUVETTE
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TAYPOTAT
TCHOREK
TEMPELMAN
TEMPELMAN
TERRY
TESSIER
TESSIER
THEBERGE
THERRIEN-COULOMBE
THIBAULT
THIBAULT
THIBODEAU LORD
THIBODEAU-LORD
THOMAS
THOMPSON
THOMSON
THOMSON
THORBURN
THORKILDSEN
THORNTON
THORPE
THURLOW
THURSTON
TINK
TOLCHARD
TOUMIE
TOUPIN
TOUPIN
TRAINOR
TRAVERS
TREMBLAY
MD
MOJC
YM
J
GOT
J
CP
N
J
N
C
K
T
S
K
LA
R
A
T
S
KS
N
S
JJ
DJ
S
NJ
C
J
G
CT
FJF
FJO
M
S
M
TREMBLAY-BOUDREAULTM
TREPANIER
PA
TRIANTAFYLLOPOULOS A
TRIBE
K
TRIFOLI
N
TRIPPEL
EA
TRUDEL-MONGRAIN J
TSE
GR
TURCOTTE
JJJ
TURGEON
J
TURNER
L
TURNER
M
TURNER
MD
TURPIN
GE
TURPIN
J
UND
NDERW
ND
ERWOOD
ERW
OOD B
URDANG
URD
ANG
J
URQUHA
URQ
UHAR
UHA
RT
M
VACHON-V
VACH
VAC
ON-VEZEA
ON-V
EZEAU
EZEA
U MJ
VAL
ALLIE
LIERES
LIE
RES
BJC
VALL
ALLIERE
ALL
IER S ST
ST-GELAISP
JG
VAN NORDEN W
VANASSE
JS
VANDEBELD M
VANDERZANDEN
R
VAN’WOUT
VEILLET
JMJ
VELDHUIZEN AJ
VENTURA VASQUEZ
JD
VERREAULT F
VININSKY-OAKES LH
VISSCHER
BA
WADE
NM
WALCHUK
M
VAN
N DER
DE LEEK
LE
Canadian Gunner
LOCATION
RANK
6 RAC
62 RAC
6 RAC
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
LFQA TC
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
P
PTE
PT
PT
PTE
PT
PTE
P
T
GNR
GNR
PT
PTE
TE
GNR
PT
PTE
GN
GNR
N
PTE
GNR
PTE
E
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GN
GNR
GNR
R
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
G
GN
GNR
GNR
G
GNR
GNR
PTE
TE
GNR
R
PTE
T
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
4 AD REGT DET
T GAGETO
GAGETO
GETOWN
WN
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
T
RCA SCHOO
OOL
OO
L
6 RAC
RCA SCHOO
OL
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
T
2 FD REG
GT
20 FD REG
REGT
T
3 FD REGT
RCA
A SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
2 RCHA
RCA SC
SCHOO
HOOL
HOO
L
2F
FD
D REGT
REGT
62 RAC
62 RAC
AC
C
49
9 FD
F RE
REGT
1 RCHA
RCHA
A
4 AD REG
REGT
T DET GA
AGETO
ET WN
5 RALC
LC
C
62 RAC
1 RCHA
HA
1 RCHA
RCHA
56 FD REG
REGT
RE
T
3 FD
FD R
REGT
EGT
62 RAC
62
C
15
5 FD
FD REG
GT
62
2 RA
RAC
4 AD REG
RE T DET
DET GAGETO
GETOWN
W
20 FD RE
REGT
T
2 RCHA
CHA
49 FD REG
EG
GT
7 TOR REGT
T
5 RALC
4 AD REGT DET GAGETO
TOWN
TO
WN
3 FD
FD REGT
R
1 RCHA
62
2 RAC
RA
62 RAC
5 RALC
RALC
5 FD
FD REGT
REGT
4 AD REG
REGT
RE
T DET
DET GAGETO
GAGETO
GETOWN
WN
62 RAC
C
56 FD REG
GT
56 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
62 RAC
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
69
NAME
WALKER
WALKER
WALLACE
WALTON
WANG
WARD
WARD
WARREN
WATERMAN
WATSON
WEBER
WEBER
WECKWORTH
W R
WEI
W SS
WEI
WHALEN
W TE
WHI
WHITE
WICKENS
WICKS
WILLIAMSON
WILLISTON
WILSON
W SON
WIL
WILSON
WIL
S
WIRZMA
WIR
ZM N
WISEMA
WIS
EMAN
EMA
W EMA
WIS
AN
WOLF
WOL
FE
FE
WOLK
WO
WOL
KI
KI
INITS
GK
J
E
B
TC
J
MD
J
SK
MDA
MD
TR
BFH
KP
DRC
D
A
S
B
T
LLA
L
A
BM
JF
K
J
S
B
E
WOL
OLSTENH
OLS
ENH
ENHOLME
NHOLME MT
WOO
OOD
OO
D
CDP
WOO
OO
OD
KC LL
WOR
RSLE
SLEY
Y
D
WRE
ETHA
TH M
R
YIP
LDW
YORKE
K
KE
J
JAY
YOUNA
NAN
AN
D
DS
YOUNG
NG
ALN
YOUNG
YOU
NG
ZR
ZADRO
ZAD
ROZNY
NY
M
ZAI
AIINA
TC
ZOL
OLNIE
OLNIEROW
OL
EROW
ROWICZ
WIC
ICZ
CZ J
CZ
ZONDE
ZON
DERVAN
DER
AN DM
ZUNTI
ZUN
TI
JJT
LOCATION
18 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
10 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
42 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
5 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
Notes
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