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THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
2007
THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
March 2008
Mars 2008
Volume 42
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 J. Arp, CMM, CD
Artilleur en service principal
Lieutenant Général J. Arp, CMM, CD
Director of Artillery
Colonel J.R.C. Lacroix, CD
Directeur de l’Artillerie
Colonel J.R.C. Lacroix, CD
Commander Home Station
Lieutenant-Colonel J.J. Schneiderbanger, CD
Commandant de la garnison Régimentaire
Lieutenant-colonel J.J. Schneiderbanger, CD
Editor-in-Chief
Vacant
Rédacteur en chef
Vide
Managing Editor
Captain G.M. Popovits, CD
Directeur de la rédaction
Capitaine G.M. Popovits, 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 ......................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment and
84th Independent Field Battery, RCA ...........................................................................................................................18
2nd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA..................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
3rd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ..................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
5th (British Columbia) Field Artillery Regiment, RCA.....................................................................................................19
6é Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC .................................................................................................................20
7th Toronto Regiment, RCA ...........................................................................................................................................21
38th CBG Artillery Tactical Group
• 10th Field Artillery Regiment • 26th Field Artillery Regiment • 116th Independent Field Battery
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11th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA.................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
15th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................24
20th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
30th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................25
49th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
56th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................26
62é Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC ...............................................Article Not Submitted/Aucun Article soumis
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1st Air Defence Regiment
(Landmark and Renfrew Scottish), RCA.......................................................................................................................27
18th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ..................................................................................................................................28
RHQ RCA/QGR ARC ...................................................................................................................................................29
RCA Museum/
Musée de l’ARC............................................................................................................................................................30
Règlements de la compétition pour l’essai en Mémoire du Colonel Geoffrey Brooks/
The Colonel Geoffrey Brooks Essay Rules and Submission Deadlines.......................................................................31
Proud Supporters of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery/
Les supporters fier nos contributeurs au La Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ................................................32
Regimental Fund Financial Statement 07-08/
État de Compte du Fond Régimentaire 07-08 ..............................................................................................................33
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery Listing by Rank/
Liste par Grade du Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ......................................................................................34
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Message from the
Colonel Commandant
Mot du
Colonel Commandant
Gunners everywhere,
Les artilleurs sont partout
This truly is a great time to be a Gunner. Our place on the
“Right of the Line” is widely understood and embraced. We have
stepped up to the operational demands of force generation,
force protection and force projection – putting rounds where they
need to be in support of the all arms and services team on the
battlefield. We are a significant force enabler and force multiplier
– be it acquiring targets, engaging targets, coordinating fires
or collecting and collating tactical information. Because of our
stellar performance on operations we have received innumerable
accolades – the most important of which come from soldiers on
the ground, both Canadian and Allied. The infantry ciphers on
our guns clearly demonstrate the trust, respect and gratitude
that we have earned.
C’est un temps exceptionnel pour être artilleur. Notre place
en ordre de préséance est bien comprise et appréciée. Nous
avons répondu aux demandes opérationnelles de mise sur pied,
de protection et de projection de la force – visant là où c’est
nécessaire pour assurer le soutien de toutes les équipes d’armes
et de services sur le champ de bataille. Nous sommes une force
significative multiplicatrice de force –qu’il s’agisse d’acquisition
ou d’engagement d’objectifs, de coordination des tirs ou de
collecte et de rassemblement de renseignements tactiques.
À cause de notre performance fulgurante lors des opérations,
nous avons reçu d’innombrables accolades – la plus importante
provenant des troupes au sol, tant canadiennes qu’alliées. La
façon dont l’infanterie regarde nos obusiers démontre clairement
la confiance, le respect et la gratitude que nous avons mérités.
The men and women in the Artillery, Regular Force and Reserve,
are outstanding. Not only those on operations, but those who
train, support and equip them. And behind every Gunner you’ll
find a family and a network of friends and supporters. The vast
Gunner network reaches into every headquarters, unit and town
in Canada – and I cannot thank them enough for the support
to our troops. We serve as one family, that has a tremendous
outreach and reach-back – and let’s use this network to build on
the current momentum.
Les hommes et les femmes de l’Artillerie, de la Force régulière
comme de la Réserve, sont exceptionnels. Non seulement ceux
en opération, mais aussi ceux qui les entraînent, les soutiennent
et les équipent. Derrière chaque artilleur, il y a sa famille et
tout un réseau d’amis et de supporteurs. Le vaste réseau des
artilleurs est présent dans tous les quartiers généraux, toutes les
unités et les villes du Canada – et les mots me manquent pour
les remercier assez pour tout le soutien témoigné envers nos
troupes. Nous servons comme une famille, avec un immense
rayonnement et recevant beaucoup de la collectivité – c’est
pourquoi il faut utiliser ce réseau pour développer encore plus
l’élan actuel.
I have noted that our keys to success have been being soldiers
first and foremost, as well as being professional Gunners; and
looking after our people. I will not belabour the former – we
are skilled professionals (world class) in our business and it is
obvious to me that we are superb soldiers – fit, tactically astute,
J’ai remarqué qu’au cœur même de notre succès se trouvaient
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les soldats avant tout, mais également le fait d’être des
artilleurs professionnels et que l’on prenne soin de nos gens.
Je ne m’attarderai pas sur le premier point – nous sommes
des professionnels reconnus (au niveau mondial) dans notre
domaine, et il est évident à mes yeux que nous sommes de
superbes soldats – en forme, fins tacticiens, polyvalents et
totalement en accord avec les questions opérationnelles. Le
second point, prendre soin de nos gens, n’a jamais été aussi
important que maintenant. Il est évident que notre succès
est le résultat direct de la détermination, du dévouement, de
l’intelligence et du sens du sacrifice des membres de notre
famille régimentaire, dont plusieurs ont malheureusement
perdus la vie en opération. Nous avons eu également plusieurs
blessés, et beaucoup d’autres encore portent des blessures qui
ne sont pas encore visibles. Je sais que le sénateur et général
Dallaire rappelle constamment à tous les Canadiens de prendre
soin des blessés de leur famille. Nous avons tous un rôle à jouer
dans le soutien de la famille régimentaire, alors faites ce que
vous pouvez. Pour moi, prendre soin des nôtres est synonyme
de haut niveau de professionnalisme, de discipline, de conduite
éthique et de valeur au combat – mettez la barre haute.
capable of multi-tasking and fully attuned to all operational
matters. The second point, looking after our people, has never
been so important as it is today. It is evident that our success
is the direct result of the determination, dedication, intellect
and self-sacrifice of our Regimental family members, several
of whom we have lost on operations. There are also several
wounded, and many carrying wounds that are not readily visible.
I know that Senator/General Dallaire is constantly reminding all
Canadians to care for the wounded, and their families. We all
have a role to play supporting the Regimental family, so please
do what you can. To me, looking after our people includes
ensuring a high standard of professionalism, discipline, ethical
conduct and battle worthiness – set the bar high.
I ask that all Gunners actively support our efforts in the
RCA Heritage Foundation. The Heritage Foundation sets
out to get the Gunner message out. I personally believe that
our Heritage outreach efforts contribute directly towards our
operational capacity. I believe that morale, esprit-de-corps,
cohesion, teamwork and networking are force enablers and
force multipliers. Knowing from where we come, what we are
all about, and where we are going will all help us build on our
successes and keep the current momentum going. To this end,
please participate in our Heritage efforts, and encourage others
to do so. My personal thanks to Major General (Ret’d) John Arch
MacInnis and Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Mike Jeffery, and all
the Heritage team for bringing the Foundation to its current level,
and for their initiatives to keep up the momentum.
Je demande à tous les artilleurs de soutenir de façon active
nos efforts au sein de la fondation du patrimoine de l’ARC. La
fondation du patrimoine a pour but de faire passer le message
des artilleurs. Je crois personnellement que nos efforts de
sensibilisation à l’égard de notre patrimoine contribuent
directement à améliorer notre capacité opérationnelle. Je pense
que le moral, l’esprit-de-corps, la cohésion, le travail d’équipe
et le réseautage sont des développeurs et des multiplicateurs
multiplicat
de forces. Sachant d’où nous venons, qui nous sommes et vers
quoi nous nous dirigeons nous aidera à bâtir sur nos succè
ès et
nous permettra de maintenir l’élan actuel. À cette fin, partic
cipez
aux efforts de notre fondation et encouragez vos pairs à fairre de
même. Je tiens à remercier personnellement le Major-gén
néral
(à la retraite) John Arch MacInnis et le Lieutenant-général (à la
retraite) Mike Jeffery, de même que toute l’équipe du patrim
moine
pour avoir mené la fondation à son niveau actuel et pour leur
initiative à maintenir le rythme.
On behalf of all Gunners, thanks to General MacInnis who
served
d as Colonel Commandant for six years, and did a superb
job. Th
hanks John Arch. And, lastly, I am proud to be your Colonel
Comm
mandant. I will do my best to serve the interests of the Royal
Regim
ment and our Regimental family.
Good
d Shooting. Ubique
Au nom de tous les artilleurs, merci au Général MacInniss qui
a servi en tant que colonel commandant pendant six ans et a
effectué de l’excellent travail. Merci également à John Arch
h. Et
enfin, sachez que je suis fier d’être votre colonel command
dant.
Je ferai de mon mieux pour servir les intérêts du Régimen
nt de
l’Artillerie royale et de notre famille régimentaire.
Visez juste! Ubique
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Message from the
Director of Artillery
Mot du
Directeur de L’Artillerie
Fellow Gunners
Chers artilleurs,
Gunners are not only relevant but are key players in the combat
arms team; Gunners are and should be proud of their heritage,
and of their current and future contributions to fighting wars and
keeping the peace; Gunners play a key advisory role throughout
the chain of command; and last but not least Gunners are the
masters of their destiny, therefore we are to speak on Gunner
issues, act on Gunner issues and we are NOT to accept second
chair to anyone. We must first and foremost educate ourselves
and then those supported arms commanders at all levels of
command, without getting into our traditional “black box mode”
that we have been accused of in the past. Guns, and FOO /
FAC, and Missiles appear to be well understood but the rest of
the Artillery capabilities, new and key enablers on the battlefields
of today and tomorrow, are not. In short Gunners must be the
SME of their domain and we must sustain this never-ending
educational process. We have regained our rightful place at The
Right of Line and our goal is to ensure we never give cause for
second thought. I am relying on all of you to do just that.
La présence des artilleurs est non seulement pertinente, mais
également essentielle dans l’équipe des armes de combat. Les
artilleurs sont et doivent être fiers de leur patrimoine, ainsi que de
leurs contributions actuelles et futures tant en temps de guerre
que dans les opérations de maintien de la paix. Les artilleurs
jouent un rôle de conseiller clé dans la chaîne de commandement.
Et enfin, et ce point est non le moindre, les artilleurs sont les
maîtres de leur destinée. Par conséquent, nous devons parler
des questions qui touchent les artilleurs, prendre les mesures qui
s’imposent en tant qu’artilleurs, et nous n’accepterons JAMAIS
d’être relégués à l’arrière banc. Nous devons d’abord et avant
tout nous instruire, puis ceux qui soutiennent les commandants
d’armes à tous les niveaux de commandement, sans retourner
dans notre mode « boite noire » traditionnel comme nous avons
été accusés de le faire dans le passé. Les obusiers, les OOA/
CAA et les missiles semblent être bien compris. Mais le reste
des capacités de l’artillerie, tant nouvelles que comme outils clé
sur le champ de bataille d’aujourd’hui et de demain ne le sont
pas. Bref, les artilleurs doivent être les experts en la matière
dans leur domaine et nous devons soutenir ce processus
d’éducation permanent. Nous avons repris notre place légitime
dans l’ordre de préséance et nous devons nous assurer que
nous ne laisserons jamais cette place prise par quelqu’un qui
pensera pour nous. Je fais confiance à tout le monde ici pour
cela.
The Gunner successes achieved over the past year, overseas
and at home, are attributable to the outstanding leadership and
professionalism of each and everyone of you. Retired or Serving,
Regular or Reservists, you all have made personal sacrifices and
you have made a difference in countries far beyond the shores of
our borders. You have all performed superbly and came through
in spades but there was a price to pay. Yes some have made the
ultimate sacrifice in protecting their fellow countrymen and those
less fortunate than ourselves.
Les succès enregistrés par les artilleurs cette année, tant
outre-mer qu’au pays, sont attribuables au leadership et au
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Families with deep sad hearts and anxiety watched loved
ones leave the comfort of their home, not once but twice or
more, to support our war effort in Afghanistan; to support
those who were on the road to high readiness in Wainwright
or other training bases far from home; or to attend and support
operational and career courses for weeks if not months on end.
To all, well done, and to the families thank you for your support.
God bless you all.
professionnalisme exceptionnels de chacun d’entre vous.
Retraités ou en service, membres de la Force régulière ou de la
Réserve, vous avez tous consentis à des sacrifices personnels
et vous avez fait la différence dans des pays situés bien audelà de nos frontières. Vous avez tous servis de façon superbe
et exceptionnelle, mais il y a eu un prix à payer. Oui, certains
ont dû faire le sacrifice ultime pour protéger nos compatriotes et
ceux qui sont moins chanceux que nous.
Taking care of our soldiers and families has, is and will be our
focus for The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery. We have
exceptional men and women wearing the gunner hat badge. We
have families that support those who wear our hat badge. Like
any member of a family, we must give our undivided attention
when problems come to the surface and need to be addressed.
The CF Care of Injured Program is an all-encompassing program
that will ensure our soldiers and families get the best care and
support possible. Challenges exist in meeting those goals
set out by CDS and CLS, but The Regimental family and our
Association can go a long way to mitigate problems and bring
issues to light in order to forge a spirit of compassion and care
that will serve us well in the future. This is a no fail mission so get
engaged and do what is right.
Des familles au cœur brisé et anxieuses voient leur être cher
quitter le confort du foyer, non pas une fois mais deux fois ou
plus encore, pour soutenir notre effort de guerre en Afghanistan;
pour soutenir ceux qui sont sur en voie d’acquérir le statut de
haute disponibilité opérationnelle à Wainwright et aux autres
bases d’instruction loin du foyer; ou encore pour suivre ou
enseigner des cours professionnels et opérationnels pendant
des semaines sinon des mois. À tous, beau travail, et aux
familles merci de votre appui. Que Dieu vous protège tous.
Prendre soin de nos soldats et de nos familles a toujours été
au cœur du Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne et cela
continuera de l’être. Les hommes et les femmes qui portent
l‘insigne de l’artillerie à leur béret sont exceptionnels. Nos
familles soutiennent ceux qui portent cet insigne au béret.
Comme tous membres d’une famille, nous devons accorder toute
notre attention lorsque des problèmes apparaissent et doivent
être réglés. Le programme universel de prestation de soins aux
blessés des Forces canadiennes veille à ce que nos soldats et
leurs familles reçoivent les meilleurs soins et soutien possibles.
C’est certes un défi pour atteindre ces objectifs qui sont exigés
par le CEMD et le CEMAT, mais la famille régimentaire et notre
association peuvent faire beaucoup pour mitiger les problèmes
et bien les présenter de façon à forger un esprit de compassion
et de soins qui nous servira bien dans l’avenir. C’est là une
mission à laquelle nous ne pouvons faillir, alors mettez vous y à
fond et faites ce que doit.
As your Director, it has been an honour and pleasure to serve
with you. To all good luck and good shooting.
Ubique
En tant que directeur, c’est un honneur et un plaisir de servir
avec vous. À tous, bonne chance et visez juste !
Ubique
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1st Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
2008 looks the same. Many changes are in store for the
Battery, but what won’t change is the professional, dedication
and fighting spirit of A Battery soldiers.
A Battery
Domestic operations and training have kept A
Battery very busy in 2007.
From activities in British
Columbia,
Florida,
Saskatchewan,
Alberta
and
right here in Shilo, A Battery has been at full tilt.
B Battery
It has been a busy year for B Bty which all began in January
07, when the initial planning for TF 1-08 began to take shape.
This included many new elements for the Regiment, which
included Lightweight Counter-Mortar Radar, Hostile Artillery
Locating Operators and Mini Unmanned Air Vehicles. The
new systems saw the addition of an entirely new Troop
within the Battery. This also meant new courses and training
opportunities on systems that were accessible only to B Bty.
For domestic operations, 2007 has been a noteworthy year.
A Battery provided two troops for Avalanche Control, the first
between 19 Feb and 26April and the second between 14 November
2007 and 16 January 2008. Between the two troops over six
hundred rounds were fired in support of Parks Canada keeping
Roger’s Pass open for traffic. Further, between April and June
A Battery was placed on alert to fight flooding in BC. A Battery
did not deploy, but were on 24 hours notice to do so if need be.
By April, the Battery was in full force on their way to beginning
Individual Battle Task Standard Training. This began at CFB
Dundurn, with the rigorous task of getting as much of the
individual training completed as possible. This was an excellent
opportunity for those
new to the Battery to
begin working with
their
new
teams.
Overall,
Exercise
IRON SIGHT was a
success and it was an
excellent beginning to
a long and demanding
training
cycle.
The Battery supported training for task force 01-08, about to
deploy to Afghanistan. From firing anti-tank rockets, to firing in
support of HALO training, to supporting EX MAPLE GUARDIAN
in Wainwright, the
Battery has played
an integral role in
ensuring that deploying
forces receive topnotch
training.
Elements from A
Battery deployed to
Florida in November
to
participate
in
multinational training.
Providing fire support
to
live
and
dry
forward air controller
training. They were
complimented
on
their professionalism
and
technical
acumen by our allies.
The
Battery
continued with their
pre-deployment
training within the
area of CFB Shilo,
with the exceptions
of the Forward Air
Controllers,
who
were deployed within
the United States to
complete their training
with the American Air
Force. The Battery now had to work on the Troop deployment
and tactic skills. The continued training in Shilo allowed the
standard to be set and gave everyone the confidence they
needed to carry on with more difficult training. With the
completion of Exercises PRECISION STRIKE I and II, the
Battery was fully equipped with M777s and Surveillance Target
Acquisition gear and, despite having to overcome equipment
shortages and manning changes, they were ready to join
the Battle Group for even more training at CFB Wainwright.
B Bty wins the Kingston Cup.
However, it was not
all work. Throughout
the year we had several golf and family days to reward good
work and help bring the Battery family together in an informal
setting. All were well received and were much needed breaks.
Many troops from A Battery are now moving to C Battery to
augment them as they begin the work-up training for their own
deployment on task force 03-09. As well the Battery Commander,
Major James Allen, will be deploying to Afghanistan with the
Kandahar Reconstruction Team where he will be coordinating
relief and reconstruction efforts in our area of responsibility.
With the onset of summer leave, all members of B Bty
were able to spend much needed time with their families and
In all 2007 has been an interesting year for A Battery and
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friends to begin the gruelling two month Exercise DESERT
RAM and MAPLE GUARDIAN. With this final stage in the TF
1-08 training, the element of B Bty were able to effectively train
within the Battle Group and gave everyone a chance to see
what life would be like in Afghanistan. The Brigade Commander
was impressed with the work done by all elements of the Battle
Group and deemed that they were, in fact, ready to deploy.
along with an Afghan interpreter and five soldiers serving with 3
PPCLI. Jeff leaves his partner, Sylvie Secours and their son Ry.
The Battery held a change of command on 2 April 2007
that saw Maj Chris Comeau hand over command to Maj Todd
Scharlach. The BSM’s pace stick was presented to WO (now
MWO) Carl Roehl from MWO Dave Poss. WO Todd Buchanan
was promoted to his current rank as of 17 October 2007.
After returning to Shilo, B Bty took Christmas leave, which for
many would be the last chance to see their families. Everyone
returned refreshed and eager to deploy. The Battle Group
continued with finalization training which included cultural
On 2 April, F Tp became part of B Battery for TF 1-08.
Supporting F Troop and the remainder of B Battery workup
training kept C Battery busy until early November when we
kicked off our first “Regimental School” cycle getting us ready
for TF 3-09. In Early December, a small group of C Battery
soldiers attending Ex MENTON DAYS in Fort Lewis, Washington,
USA where we received our US Jump Wings. Immediately
upon return from Fort Lewis, the battery defeated HQ Battery
in the annual hockey competition for the Hugsweir Cup.
All in all, it has been a successful year for the sub-unit better
named “C Detachment” at one point - with less than 10 mbrs
during Spring 2007 - now numbering over 100 all ranks since
the merger with A Battery in January 2008, aiming towards
stand-up for TF 3-09 later this year.
Headquarters & Services Battery
2007 was an exciting year for Headquarters & Services
Battery with opportunities for various training and several
changes in the command structure. The past year witnessed
the change of command between LCol P.J. Williams and LCol
T.J. Bishop. It was also the opportunity to welcome Maj D.B.
Jones as 2IC and MWO D.L. Poss as BSM. The Battery
was also pleased to see the promotion of Capt R. Moon,
Capt M.J. Draho and Capt S.K. Fortin to the rank of Major.
D Troop defends the Gun Line.
awareness briefings. This included the social, economic and
political situation of Afghanistan and the complexity of the
culture. These briefings gave insight into the life of the people of
Afghanistan and shed new light on the true meaning of the mission.
On the training side, many soldiers from various trades
were detached to reinforce Task Force 1-08 that will deploy
in Afghanistan in early 2008. The TF training in Wainwright
offered a great opportunity to practice convoy movement
between Shilo and Wainwright for the exercise DESERT RAM.
Some soldiers also had the opportunity to work as OPFOR
during the exercise MAPLE GUARDIAN and develop their
understanding of the Afghan culture. Our soldiers also used
the WES (Weapons Effects Simulation) system that enhanced
the interest of the training and the understanding of the threat
they were facing. Of course, the Battery conducted several
individual courses like HLVW, MLVW and the T-LAV drivers.
With deployment drawing near, B Bty was honoured to have
many of their members’ accomplishments recognized by both
CLS and CDS Commendations. MBdr JMJ Vandamme, Bdr
JAC Grajewski, Bdr NW Osadchuk, MBdr KL Stocker and Bdr
PY Gregoire were given Commendations for their efforts in
the community and in assisting others when in need. Also,
there were three well deserved promotions for Sgt GE Higgins,
Sgt JRES Perreault and Sgt CR Herbert. All three will be in
command positions within the TF 1-08 manning.
B Bty continued to put the finishing touches on the predeployment training with and Ambush Range and the final
issue of arid kit. With all the training completed and everyone
ready to get on the plane, Troops began taking their final days
of leave to be with their loved ones before deployment. This
proved to be both an emotional and exciting time for B Bty. All
ranks of B Bty are anticipating an exhilarating and challenging
tour and looking forward to returning home.
C Battery
As has likely been the case for all batteries across the Royal
Regiment, 2007-2008 has been a busy year for C Battery.
In keeping with our recent past, we deployed two FOO/FAC
parties with D Battery on their Afghan tour. C Battery has now
deployed members on all five Afghanistan tours since Canada’s
operational move to Kandahar – but that came with a significant
price on 4 July 2007 when Capt Jefferson Francis, who had
deployed with his FOO/FAC party to support 2 RCHA and the
2 RCR battle group on TF 1-07, was killed by a roadside bomb
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Memorial for Captain Francis
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2nd Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
2007 was yet another operationally challenging and
rewarding year for the Second Regiment. It was also a year
not without loss. Attached posted from 1 RCHA, Captain Jeff
Francis paid the ultimate sacrifice as a contribution to the war
in Afghanistan. Indeed, at some point last year, every member
of the Regiment was deployed to Afghanistan, was training to
deploy to Afghanistan, or was engaged in supporting those
deployed. The major highlights of 2007 include the consecutive
deployment and reintegration of both E and D Batteries and, for
the latter half of 2007, the stand-up and preparation of F Battery
for deployment to Afghanistan with the 3 RCR Battle Group in
fall 2008. Throughout this operationally challenging period, HQ
Battery successfully supported all efforts while simultaneously
force generating and deploying a significant number of specialists
for service in Afghanistan. Last, but not least, the Regiment
retained responsibility for the Disaster Assistance Response
Team (DART) mission.
D Battery
In early February the members of D Battery boarded flights for
their seven-month tour of duty in Afghanistan. As quickly as they
could conduct a handover with E Battery they were dispersed
across the southern end of the country, and tasked with providing
fire support to the 2 RCR Battle group in fifty-two combat
operations; twenty-three of which saw the guns fire in anger. In
order to maximize the number of guns available for support at
any given time, the Battery operated at the troop level for the
majority of the tour. There are numerous challenges inherent to
this type of deployment, and conditions were extremely austere.
These deployments often extended past thirty days, particularly
if our highly sought-after guns were deployed in support of British
and American operations. This was often the case, as the long
range abilities and accurate fire offered by the M777s were the
envy of coalition forces. Equipment-wise this tour also boasted
the new lightweight counter-mortar radar and artillery sound
D Battery firing in Afghanistan.
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ranging systems, and once again Canada was at the forefront of
new and innovative technologies in the operational environment.
By August the guns had made a significant contribution to the
Canadian effort in Afghanistan, firing over 2300 rounds, and
dropping more than 100 aircraft bombs in support of the battle
group and coalition partners.
his property up for training, there are similarities to deploying in
Afghanistan. Damaging civilian property overseas can easily lose
you the support of local nationals, and hinder your operations. F
Battery fs training then transitioned into live scenarios where the
gun troops dealt with a persistent and harassing enemy force. The
enemy infiltrated the gun positions, set up improvised explosive
devices (IEDs), and launched numerous ambushes. Each Troop
also spent a day at a live-fire force protection stand where mortars,
small arms, and even the 105mm C3 Howitzers were incorporated
into the scheme of manoeuvre. The training was extremely
successful at the soldier level, but it also challenged the leadership
with more advanced live fire applications including Danger Close
missions, dismounted mortar raids, and fire plans. All gunners rose
to the occasion, and the Regiment looks forward to assisting them in
their future training endeavours and in their eventual deployment.
Back in Canada the gunners were dismissed to a period of
well-deserved leave, following which they became the next
generation of serving veterans of Afghanistan. Their next task
was to disseminate the lessons-learned from TF 1-07 to the
members of F Battery, who had already begun their own work-up
training. In addition to these mentoring tasks, the Battery also
provided support to the Instructor in Gunnery course, Theatre
Mission Specific Training (TMST), and spent a memorable
weekend in Toronto interacting with the Canadian public and
providing an Honour Guard for the Grey Cup.
Headquarters and Services Battery
Often working behind the scenes, Headquarters Battery
once again rose to the occasion. No different from the
other batteries, specialists from Headquarters Battery
found themselves deployed, or training to deploy, for the
mission in Afghanistan; some going out the door with the
Batteries, while others were attached to the NSE and the
FSG. Challenged with providing augmentation and support
across the Regiment, the Batteryworked tirelessly to ensure
equipment, technical support and supplies were provided,
both at home and abroad, resulting in effective execution
of tasks assigned to the Regiment. Continuously balancing
individual training requirements, maintenance of vehicles,
and logistical support in an extremely high Op-tempo
environment, exemplifies the high level of professionalism,
dedication and work ethic found within the battery. Ending
the year on a high note, the Battery played a pivotal role
in preparing vehicles and equipment, and subsequently
mounting them on trains in support of a Brigade controlled
confirmation exercise in Texas in the New Year.
E Battery
E Battery also contributed significantly to the mission overseas
this year. They rang in the New Year in the Zhari-Panjwayi
district as members of the 1 RCR Battle Group, having deployed
to Afghanistan in August 2006. Their most gruelling battle was
the extremely well-documented Op MEDUSA, the first overseas
operation where guns were employed in a near conventional
role since Korea. Members of E Battery fired approximately
2000 rounds of 155mm during this operation, and their tireless
FOO parties controlled over 300 close air support and attack
helicopter sorties. Exhausted but proud, the gunners were
content to pass the torch to their 2 RCHA brethren in February.
Although it can be anti-climactic returning to the unit, many
members of E Battery were given a new focus. They were to
enter the individual training system and earn qualifications that
would allow them to redeploy with F Battery in August 2008.
Leading the way in artillery transformation, E Batteryalso took
the lead in surveillance and target acquisition (STA), setting
the parameters for the introduction of an STA battery within
the Second Regiment. One final critical task was assigned to
E Battery; that of forming and manning the core of the Disaster
Assistance Response Team (DART), should Canada be
summoned to the aid of a country in distress.
Reservists
The commitment, dedication and support provided by
the reserves over the past year were second to none. The
introduction of a third gun troop, and additional STA equipment
in theatre, combined with force generating two back to back
rotations, not to mention, generating the foundation for the
battery deploying in 2008, has brought with it a heavy burden
in terms of manpower shortages. Fortunately the reserves have
once again proved to be a valuable resource. There is no doubt
that reserves were fundamental in the success of the Regiment
this year. This year alone saw 130 reserve gunners already
deploy to Afghanistan, while an additional 45 are well engaged
in high readiness training, and will deploy in 2008.
F Battery
Tasked with managing what remained of the Second
Regiment earlier in the year, F Battery soon moved into the
role of preparing for its own deployment in the Fall of 2008. The
intensive preparatory training for deployment with the 3 RCR
Battle Group began over a year prior with individual and theatre
mission specific training (TMST), as well as collective training up
to level 4. These exercises were conducted to ensure that at the
stand up of the 3 RCR Battle Group in January 2008, F Battery
is fully prepared to fulfill their roles of fire support as well as
surveillance and target acquisition for the upcoming Battle Group
level training, and for their eventual deployment to Afghanistan.
The Battery fs training has been rigorous, revolving around a
complex and in-depth scenario based on real tactical situations
appropriate to the Afghan theatre. The main objectives of the
training were to survive, move, and fight in an unconventional
environment.
Conclusion
This year at the Second Regiment saw elements of the
Regiment in all facets of the Managed Readiness cycle: One
Battery returning from theatre and reintegrating back into the unit;
one battery deployed for seven months of the year; and one battery
that commenced individual and collective training in preparation
for deployment to Afghanistan in August 2008. None of this would
have been possible without the support we received from Reserve
Force units, the Field Artillery School, and our sister Regular Force
Regiments, but the greatest appreciation that we feel is towards the
families and the support systems of the soldiers themselves. There
is no doubt that the years ahead will hold the same challenges as
this past year, but the Second Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse
Artillery looks forward with determination and focus.
By deploying in unconventional gun positions, such as the
Laurentian Township, the soldiers of F Battery were introduced to
the concept of cooperating with the local population. While the land
they chose belonged to a local OPP officer who graciously offered
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5e Régiment
d’artillerie légère du Canada
Le 5 RALC a connu une année mouvementée, marquée par la
préparation et le déploiement de plus de la moitié de ses effectifs
vers Kandahar à l’été dernier. Par leur dévouement et ardeur au
combat, cette batterie composite de 189 personnes, le personnel
du Régiment au sein de l’escadrille TUAV, du quartier-général
de la Force opérationnelle interarmées-Afghanistan (FOI-A)
et les autres entités contribuent à bâtir un avenir meilleur pour
des milliers d’Afghans et par leurs actions, protègent fièrement
les Canadiens. Leurs faits d’arme et actes exemplaires face à
l’ennemi vont glorifier l’héritage de notre régiment à tout jamais.
Le Régiment a malheureusement été affligé par de tristes
nouvelles. Le 20 juillet, nous apprenions que l’adjum (ret) J.G.
Deveau, quatrième SMB de la Bie Q en 1979-80 était décédé
d’un arrêt cardiaque. Le Régiment est aussi attristé par le décès
du Cplc Christian Duchesne de la 5e Ambulance de Campagne,
décédé en Afghanistan. Il avait débuté sa carrière au 5e RALC
durant les années 90 et plusieurs se rappellent le passage de
« Conan » dans nos rangs. Le bdr Roberge, ancien du Régiment
affecté à l’ELRFC nous a aussi quittés en septembre et plusieurs
se sont déplacés à St-Jean sur Richelieu pour participer aux
funérailles. Enfin, l’adjum Daniel Mercier du 6e RAC, ancien
adjudant au Régiment est décédé le 23 novembre du cancer à
l’Hôtel-Dieu de Québec. Nous nous souviendrons d’eux.
La première moitié de l’année a été celle de la batterie X et la
composante TUAV qui étaient en pleine montée en puissance.
Renforcée de plusieurs réservistes provenant des régiments
d’artillerie du SQFT, cette batterie s’est déployée sur multiples
exercices afin d’atteindre un niveau de compétence élevé en
vue de son déploiement en Afghanistan. Depuis le mois d’août,
la batterie R se donne corps et âme à l’école régimentaire
conjointement à la batterie C&S qui fait des miracles pour
appuyer la batterie R dans ses exercices. Voici donc un résumé
des événements vécus par le 5 RALC durant l’année 2007.
Le Régiment a débuté la saison du bon pied avec des cours
de conversion VBLC et chauffeur. Le Régiment a participé à
l’EX PIÈCE GELÉE durant la mi-janvier à Valcartier afin de se
préparer pour l’entraînement interarmes qui allait suivre. Ce
mois a d’ailleurs été le tremplin de la FO 3-07 qui s’est rendue
à Fort Bliss, Texas afin de s’y entraîner dans le cadre de l’EX
RÉFLEXE RAPIDE, un exercice interarmes de niveaux 5-6
(équipes de combat et groupement tactique). Cet entraînement
rigoureux a motivé les troupes mais a été épuisant; une semaine
de relâche a donc été de mise afin que les membres puissent
passer du temps avec leurs familles. La fin mars a été marquée
par le changement de commandement du 5e Groupe-brigade
mécanisé du Canada entre le Col Guy Laroche et le Col Éric
Tremblay, 18e commandant de notre régiment. Cette passation a
eu lieu le 30 mars et fut une grande fierté pour notre Régiment.
Une conversion au canon M777 a eu lieu en avril, ce qui
a non seulement qualifié les troupes sur ce système mais a
également contribué à hausser le moral des artilleurs. Le fait
d’avoir ce nouveau système d’arme numérisé et très performant
au sein de notre Régiment est a eu un effet positif multiplicateur
sur la perception de la pertinence des artilleurs sur le champ
de bataille. Alors que quelques membres du Régiment ont pu
participer à l’exercice ATLANTIC STRIKE en Floride, les troupes
de la FO 3-07 (roto 4) se sont déployées pour
près de cinq semaines au CCEM Wainwright
sur l’exercice MAPLE GUARDIAN, un exercice
de haute intensité force contre force. Cet
exercice mémorable a permis de confirmer les
compétences acquises en vue des opérations
de combat en Afghanistan.
Le Lcol Grant Dame, désigné chef d’étatmajor de la FOI-A, a remis le commandement
du 5e RALC au Lcol Dany Fortin le 12 juin. C’est
aussi lors de cette passation que nous avons
procédé au changement de SMR alors que
l’adjuc Jean Boivin, affecté à l’équipe provinciale
de reconstruction à Kandahar a été remplacé par
l’Adjuc Alain Grenier. Après un congé mérité,
le QG FOI-A s’est déployé en juillet et dès le
15 août, nos troupes se sont envolées vers
Kandahar. En tout, 213 membres du Régiment
sont déployés sur la roto 4. Vous comprendrez
que c’est donc avec un enthousiasme non
dissimulé que nous avons accueilli 14 nouveaux
Changement de Command.
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d’une cérémonie à la chapelle Ste-Jeanne D’Arc en octobre, en
préparation à son ordination prévue au printemps 08. Le padre
Dubé est avec le Régiment depuis janvier 2005; il est donc bien
implanté au sein de l’unité.
artilleurs qualifié du PP1 au mois d’août. Ils ont eu la chance
d’être rapidement qualifié sur la pièce LG 1 et certains ont même
eu la chance d’être qualifié en septembre à Wainwright sur le
M777 grâce à l’appui inconditionnel du 1 RCHA. Ceux-ci ont
donc été placés sur la réserve opérationnelle de la roto 4.
Le mois de décembre s’est entamé bien-sûr avec la célébration
de la Sainte-Barbe le 1er décembre à Shawinigan. Cette année,
les officiers et sous-officiers supérieurs ont participé à ce dîner
régimentaire où comme à chaque année, les artilleurs du SQFT
se réunissent pour fêter. La semaine suivante, malgré la neige
abondante, s’est déroulé l’exercice BOMBARDE BORDÉE, un
court exercice de tir confirmant les compétences acquises lors
de l’école régimentaire. Cet exercice a mis un accent particulier
sur les techniques, tactiques et procédures de sécurité relatives
au théâtre d’opérations en Afghanistan que le Régiment était en
mesure d’appliquer avec les ressources disponibles. Pour une
24e année, le Régiment a appuyé Maison Partage en collectant
plusieurs tonnes de vivres pour les familles en besoin dans la
région de Québec.
La journée historique du 22 août 07 restera gravée dans
l’histoire de notre jeune régiment alors que les membres de la
troupe B de la batterie X tiraient un premier obus au combat. En
novembre, une portée record a été atteinte alors qu’un projectile
à portée rallongée RAP (« Rocket assisted ») a touché un objectif
à 33 960 mètres dans la vallée de Baluchi en Uruzgan, en appui
aux forces hollandaises. Un vent arrière et une correction
météo de « diminuer 5000 mètres » a permis au système de
calcul de calculer les données qui dépassaient de loin la portée
maximale attendue de la pièce. Tiré en tir vertical, le vertex de la
trajectoire a atteint 61 000 pieds AGL. La nouvelle sonde RS-92
performe avec brio.
L’automne fut le point de départ pour la formation individuelle
du personnel identifié sur la FO 1-09 qui sera placée en haute
disponibilité au printemps 2009. Cette école régimentaire
incluait les cours de chef adjoint de pièce, de chauffeur roue,
de mortiers et de technicien de poste de commandement et de
reconnaissance et d’autres cours se poursuivront dès janvier
2008.
La dernière semaine de décembre avant le congé a débutée par
une compétition de tir au pistolet pour les officiers et sous-officiers
supérieurs. Le tireur ayant obtenu le pointage le plus bas s’est vu
attribuer le titre de tireur le plus « honnête » du régiment. C’est sans
surprise du récipiendaire de cet honneur et aux sourires moqueurs
de la majorité des concurrents que le Slt LeBel s’est mérité cette
distinction disons particulière. Le lendemain, le 12 décembre, avait
lieu la joute annuelle de hockey sur glace entre les sous-officiers
et les officiers, suivie par la joute des bombardier-chefs contre les
bombardiers et artilleurs. Vu le manque de joueurs en raison de
la mission et le manque, disons-le, d’un peu de talent du côté des
officiers, la formule a été changée pour la joute annuelle. En effet, les
joueurs officiers et sous-officiers supérieurs ont donc été regroupés
et le Commandant et le SMR ont pigé des joueurs pour équilibrer
les forces. Ce fut un succès total car il a fallu des tirs de barrage afin
de mettre un terme à la rencontre. Il est à noter que les déboires
du Slt LeBel ont continué durant cette partie. Après avoir compté
deux buts lors de la rencontre, le SMR lui a fait confiance en tirs de
barrage. Celui-ci a cependant échappé la rondelle devant le gardien
adverse ce qui a contribué non seulement à la victoire de l’équipe
du Commandant mais encore une fois, aux sourires moqueurs de
tout le régiment. Enfin, le dîner de Noël
du 14 décembre a couronné l’année.
Le père Lafrance, M.Alain Côté, ancien
joueur des Nordiques de Québec et le
bdrc (ret) Lemay, tous impliqués dans
la Maison Partage, ainsi que M. Roland
Blackburn de l’Association québécoise
de la fibrose kystique se sont joint à
nous à ce dîner.
Le Régiment a mis en place un programme de
conditionnement physique solide qui met en valeur les habilités
de combattant. Comme à chaque année, 110 coureurs ont
pu participer à la traditionnelle course Whalen de 5 km le 7
septembre, en l’honneur du sgt (ret) Éric Whalen, un petit
groupe en raison du déploiement. Le Cpl Jean-François Paulin
du QMR a parcouru la distance avec un temps de 17 minutes 03
secondes. Le Régiment a aussi participé au parcours du CCmdt
5e GBMC et c’est avec enthousiasme que nous participerons au
prochain défi. Lors de cette épreuve, la Capt Roseline Fernet,
BK R s’est démarquée en gagnant la première place dans les
catégories de push-ups et chin-ups chez les femmes.
Notre aumônier, le capt Michel Dubé, fut ordonné Diacre lors
En conclusion, le 5 RALC a été
marqué de plusieurs événements
notoires au cours de l’année. La
dynamique de ce régiment est au niveau
des plus intenses. Que ce soit pour les
membres du Régiment déployés en
théâtre hostile et loin de leurs proches
ou les ceux qui font des pieds et des
mains pour qualifier un maximum de
gens sur nos systèmes d’armes, tous se
rappellent que nous formons une famille
et que nous travaillons conjointement afin
de représenter les valeurs canadienne
au pays et ailleurs.
M777 en Afghanistan.
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4th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2007 has been another exciting year for 4th Air Defence
Regiment, RCA as we continue to force generate Airspace
Coordination Centres (ASCCs) for TF Afghanistan, as well as
force generating soldiers for the Operational Tactical UAVs.
The Regiment also maintained two troops of Ground Base Air
Defence, and provided support to: the Royal Canadian Artillery
School, CATCC, numerous exercises such as Ex FINAL DRIVE
and TRIDENT FURY, and conducted pre-deployment training
with the various Task Forces, throughout the year. In addition, we
represented LFAA when we deployed a team to participate in the
Nijmegan March and took on the task of leading and training the
LFAA CFSAC team. Finally, we completed the largest and most
successful firing camp in the recent history of the Regiment. A
busy schedule for a unit of slightly more than 250 personnel!
Changes in Command
2007 saw many changes in the command structure of the
Regiment. Major Tim Hogan took over the Regimental 2IC
position. Major Jeff Schamehorn assumed Command of 128
AD Bty while Capt Paul Hillier took over the BK’s position and
MWO Jim Reid as the BSM. Capt Lorne Plemel took over as the
Regimental Adjutant and Major Rod Embree became the Acting
BC of 119 AD Bty with the deployment of Major Jean Pierre Dorris,
and Capt Rob Saunders took over as the BK.
Task Force 1-07, 3-07 and ISAF HQ Deployments
2007 began with the departure of 38 personnel who became
part of Task Force 1-07 and ISAF HQ. The TF 1-07 ASCC
was manned by Capt Scott Lang, WO Joseph Stirmey, MBdr
Chris Armstrong, Bdr’s James McKenna and Michel Allain, and
the ASCC technician, MCpl Michael Lynch. The TUAV tp was
manned by Capt Thomas Lee, Sgt Robert Keating, MBdr’s
Frederick Brown, Colin Virgoe, Bdr’s Jim Aucoin, Cory Benoit,
Jean-Francois Boucher, Tyler Carnegie, Justin Corliss, Shaun
Kroeker, Michael May, David McNeil, Stephen O’Brien, Katherine
O’Donnell, Levi Sheppard, George Spilkin, and Gnr’s Charles
Berube and Francis Boivin. Finally, Bdr’s Ryan Mendes and
Mathew Reicker deployed as members of the OMLT, and MBdr
Maxime Marcoux, Bdr’s Luc Martin, and Kurt Warren as members
of the PRT. WO Michael Cardona, MCpl Dwight Anderson, Bdr’s
Daniel Flynn, and Jamie Goguen, and Cpl’s Shawn Keenan, and
Mark Munden deployed with the NSE. Bdr’s Christopher Lardner
and James Nicholson deployed as drivers for the BG HQ and
Bdr Dupuis deployed to ISAF HQ as a driver. In May a decision
was made to man the ASCC’s with 7 personnel, to locate it at the
Bde HQ, and to be deployed for a nine month tour. This ASCC
is manned by Major Jean Pierre Dorris, Capt Erik Andresen, WO
Pierre Landry, Sgt Bruno Plamondon, MCpl James Jewers, and
Bdr’s Thierry Champagne and Danny Martineau.
Task Force and Army Support
As the Air Defence Centre of Excellence, 4 AD Regt was once
again called upon to support a variety of taskings. Throughout the
year we deployed ASCC’s in support of Ex FINAL DRIVE, the final
exercise for the AOC, Ex MAPLE GUARDIAN and Ex SOUTHERN
BEAR as Brigade and Battle Group ASCCs. We also deployed
ASCC’s in support of the CATCC, CMTC and Ex TRIDENT FURY,
as well as for Ex BOLD QUEST in Fort Irwin, California. 4 AD Regt
will continue to support Domestic Operations, including Op PODIUM
for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. 4 AD Regt was
also the IRU for the Atlantic Area for the past 18 months, and was
responsible for any emergency response required in the Maritimes.
Royal Canadian Artillery School Support
In 2007 the Regiment continued to provide support to the
RCAS. 4 AD Regt deployed an ADATS Battery in March for Ex
NIMROD GALE, the final exercise for the Battery Commanders
course. The Regiment also provided ADATS troops for the DP
1.2 AD Officers final exercise, Ex HOMEWARD BOUND, the DP
1 AD NCM course, as well as support to various courses such as
the AD Tech, BMC, IG and AIG crses. The support provided to
the Artillery School has given the regiment an invaluable training
opportunity, as well as helped to enhance the relationship between
our two units.
Nijmegen March
The Nijmegen march is an annual tradition in which participants
complete four consecutive days of 48 Km marches centred around
the Dutch city of Nijmegen. This year, 4 AD Regt was represented
by 11 of it’s members, including Capt Raylene Robertson, Lt
Michael Hobson, Sgt Ken Gardy, MBdr’s Daniel Robichaud,
Peter Sova, MCpl’s Richard Paddock, Raymond Pruski, Bdr’s
Joe Persico, Thomas Cyr, Sylvain Deslisle, and Remi Levesque.
These soldiers completed the exhausting work up training which
started in April and included daily marches of over 30 kms. By the
time they were depl to the NL they had logged approx 1000 km per
team member. They successfully completed the march without
losing a single person to injury or fatigue. Their determination
and dedication was yet another sterling example of 4 AD Regts
commitment to excellence.
Canadian Forces Small Arms Competition
From 3-16 September, 4 AD Regt, as the LFAA OPI for the
CFSAC team, sent a team to participate in the Canadian Forces
Small Arms Competition (CFSAC) and National Service Conditions
Competition (NSCC) held at the Connaught Ranges near Ottawa,
Ontario. The team consisted of Regular and Reserve personnel
from around the Atlantic area, and included, Lt Turmel Chiasson,
WO Mike Martin, MCpl Johnson, Bdr’s Legge, MacPherson,
Babin, Cordy, Rattie, Roberts, and Peters, Cpl Grondin, and Gnr’s
Damphousse, and Besaw. 19 Soldiers of the LFAA team place
in the top 50 shooters of the competition which totalled over 130
participants. The team performed exceptionally well, most notably
Bdr Legge, who won Top Regular Force shot in the LFAA, and
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Daddies Telethon, which raises money for underprivileged children
in the Maritimes. Upon the presentation of the final cheque, the
team had raised a total of $5050.
placed third overall for the Regular Force.
20th Anniversary Celebrations
On 21 June 2007, 4th AD Regiment, RCA celebrated its 20th
Anniversary with a Freedom of the city parade and an Artillery Ball
in Moncton NB. The parade commenced at Regimental lines and
concluded at city hall when the Commanding Officer, LCol Daniel
Bouchard, was granted the Freedom of the City from Mayor Lorne
Mitton. Following the parade we held a BBQ at the unit and an all
ranks Artillery Ball at the Delta Beausejour. All members enjoyed
a lovely evening of entertainment and comraderie, demonstrating
the high morale and pride exhibited by all within the regiment.
Ex Potent Knight
From 6-22 Nov, Ex POTENT KNIGHT was held at CFB
Suffield, Alberta. This firing camp was the largest, and arguably
the most successful the regiment has ever seen, with a total
of 41 missiles being fired. The gunnery was impressive, as
an extremely high kill rate was noted. Special congratulations
go out to Bdr Allison Babin who scored 3 direct hits on aerial
targets, Bdr Duchenese who scored two direct hits, as well as
Bdr’s Thomas Cyr, Adam Foster, Jason Howell, and Nicholas
Folz, who each scored 1 direct hit on an aerial target. The
success of the exercise was further proof of the capabilities of
the ADATS and to the high level of professionalism and training
within the Regiment as a whole.
Awards and Honours
In 2007 several members of the Regiment were rewarded for
their hard work and dedication. Captain Rob Saunders received
the CLS Commendation in recognition of his volunteer work as a
First Aid Instructor within both the military and civilian communities
that is considered to be beyond the call of normal duty and for
the professionalism that he demonstrated in attempting to save
the life of a heart attack victim on 29 Oct 2004. Lieutenant Andre
Bouchard received the Order of Military Merit for his lifelong
dedication to the military and civilian communities and for his
volunteerism within these communities. He also received the CDS
Commendation in recognition of his outstanding professionalism
in providing possibly life, but certainly limb saving first aid to a
critically injured motorcycle driver at the scene of an accident
on 25 Sep 2005 near Hampton NB. Master Corporal Raymond
Pruski earned the 2 CMBG soldier proficiency
award in the category of CSS Cpl achieving a high
standard in loyalty, initiative, dress, deportment and
discipline, instructional ability, teamwork, trade and
tech skills and fitness. Corporal Shawn Keenan
was selected by the Army CWO in recognition of
his outstanding service to be the Army Sentry for
the Nov 11 Remembrance Day vigil at the National
War Memorial. Finally, Captain Thomas Geilen
and Master Seaman Trevor Jessome received the
Commander LFAA Commendation. Capt Geilen
received the commendation for his actions during
a vehicle accident in the Gagetown training area
on 26 April, and MS Jessome was commended
for his efforts in organizing the Christmas Daddies
relay run in 2006, which raised $2718 for the
charity. In addition to the above Commendations,
the CO of 4 AD Regt presented a number of the
CO’s Commendations to the top shooters of
the CFSAC team, top firers during Ex POTENT
KNIGHT for direct Air and Ground hits, and CSS
to the ex. 4 AD Regt wishes to congratulate all
of these personnel for their outstanding work.
Conclusion
As the only Ground Based Air Defence unit in Canada, 4th
AD Regiment, RCA has risen to meet all of the challenges it has
been presented with. Whether supporting operations or training
exercises, 4 AD Regt has been a beacon of professionalism within
the CF. In 2008 the Regt will be fielding the 400 series ADATS,
Bison ASCC and associated communications equipment, while
continuing to provide ASCC’s for TF Afghanistan, augmenting the
TUAV tp, and continuing to support the RCAS and CF in Domestic
Ops and Operational deployments.
4 AD Regt participated in a number of Op
CONNECTION activities throughout 2007 in order to
foster a positive image of the Regiment, the Artillery
Corps, and the Army within the local communities
of Moncton and Fredericton, NB. Included in the
Op CONNECTION tasks was the “Support the
Troops Night” hosted by the Moncton Wildcats
LMJHQ hockey team on 16 March. 4 AD Regt also
participated in the Halifax Family Fun Days on the
15th and 16th of June and the Moncton International
Air Show on the 7th and 8th of July. Finally, members
of 4 AD Regt completed a 50 km relay run around the
city of Moncton on 2 Dec in support of the Christmas Nijmegen Team workup.
Canadian Gunner
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Royal Canadian Artillery School
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Introduction
In retrospect, 2007 proved to be an extremely eventful and hectic
year, with The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery School (RCAS)
continuing to train Gunners for the realities of operations such as
Afghanistan, guiding them in the art of leadership and providing them
with the technical expertise to provide unfailing fire support to the
Combined Arms Team. Training here at the School is extremely
demanding and challenging, but also immensely rewarding in that
the individual training and operational individual training conducted
contributes to the very serious business of preparing Gunners for
combat operations. The Instructors-in-Gunnery (IGs), Assistant
Instructors-in-Gunnery (AIGs), staff, and students faced myriad
challenges as a result of Army and Artillery Transformation. The RCAS
has been fully engaged with the development and implementation
of Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) pertaining to Gunline
digitisation efforts, support to Trials and Evaluations such as DGMS,
M777 and Excalibur by the Master Gunner and exemplary Ammunition
& Equipment team, support to courses through delivery of instruction
and, most influential of all, assisting the Artillery leadership and
Land Staff with respect to current and future Artillery Transformation
initiatives.
The RCAS’ vision is to be, within the Combat Training Centre
environment, a true learning organization that provides relevant,
credible, realistic, demanding, and safe training that meets the
needs of the Artillery in support of today’s complex, multi-agency,
full spectrum operations. Training is conducted in an environment
that progressively enhances the individual learning experience
under demanding and varied conditions, delivering to the Artillery
a technically proficient and tactically sound group of contemporary
Gunners. Integrating adult learning tenets into our training ethos, the
coaching and mentoring method of training is critical to the successful
qualification of confident, competent, and motivated soldiers.
11 July 2007 was a day of marked significance for The Royal
Regiment of Canadian Artillery School (RCAS).
The ColonelCommandant of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery, Major
General (Retired) John Arch MacInnis and Mrs Barbara MacInnis
visited RCAS to mark the official unveiling of the change in name from
the Field Artillery School, RCA. The passing of the pace stick from
RSM CWO R Wynn to CWO JMD Giroux was also witnessed by all
ranks on parade.Other distinguished guests included Colonel Roch
Lacroix, Director of Artillery, and Colonel Clyde Russell, incoming
Chief of Staff for LFAA. The RSM RCA, CWO N.D. Walker, was also
in attendance representing all non-commissioned members.
Headquarters Battery (HQ Bty)
(HQ Bty) with a complete rotation of the Bty leadership in 2007.
Battery Commander (BC) Maj Stuart Taylor passed the pennant on
to the new BC, Maj Mike Draho, who has spent the majority of the
year as lead instructor on the Field Instructor-in-Gunnery Course.
MWO Arsene Veronneau assumed the duties of Battery Sergeant
Major (BSM). There were several high priority projects for 2007,
including the scripting and production of an Artillery specific recruiting
video with Stonehaven Productions and the formation of a Simulation
Development Cell within the Bty. The majority of Standards Troop
personnel were busy revamping courseware and training plans,
preparing for a full slate of courses set for 2008. In addition to this,
the implementation of the ADATS 400 Series has been high on
the priority list for the Air Defence Standards cell. The Information
Technology & Support (IT&S) Troop and some of the Orderly Room
staff were major contributors to the success of the International
Artillery Symposium held in Fredericton. Maintenance Standards
Troop continued its outstanding work developing the road ahead
for the CF with the Protector Remote Weapons System (RWS), and
maintenance packages for the M777 howitzer. The incorporation of
the Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) into all training plans
has again been extremely important to ensure that all students that
leave here have all of the tools necessary for success in operations.
W Battery (W Bty)
For every deployed soldier, there are literally dozens more who
make sure that individual has the training and tools needed to get
the job done. On 1 November 2007, the unsung heroes of W Bty
were recognized for their outstanding efforts and collective sacrifices
by Gen R.J. Hillier, Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS). W Bty was
presented with the CF Unit Commendation Award by Gen Hillier. In
his speech, the CDS said the commendation is a chance to honour
CF members who make sure soldiers are well-trained and prepared
for the challenges of the modern battlefield and the contemporary
operating environment.
W Bty’s primary mission is to support RCAS, which it does by
spending over 170 training days a year in the field. But this busy
sub-unit, encompassing two gun Troops (G & H Tp), Support Troop
(Sp Tp), Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA Tp), goes beyond
the call of duty in its support of the Artillery and the Army. In addition
to supporting The Royal Regiment, we also conduct Adventure
Training and Professional Development opportunities that resulted
in detachment deployments to Korea and Ft Sill, OK. Troops from W
Bty have also gone on tour to Afghanistan.
The unit commendation read:
The members of W Bty have long distinguished themselves as
work horses in their yearly field deployments that continually exceed
170 days in support of the Artillery School’s basic and advanced
training courses. All ranks of W Bty have established a tradition
of superb soldiering skills and an outstanding reputation for their
tactical acumen and technical prowess as Gunners. W Battery is
undoubtedly the backbone of the Artillery School and it is due largely
to the dedication and tireless efforts of its members and diverse basic
and advanced Artillery courses that are so essential to maintaining
the Army’s operational capability.
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45 Depot (Fire Support) Battery (45 Bty)
45 Bty was formed from the amalgamation of three distinct
L’Artilleur Canadien
cells: the Air Space Coordination Centre (ASCC), the Fire Support
Coordination Centre (FSCC) that encompasses the Forward Air
Controller (FAC) Cell, and STA Cell. Commanding the Bty is Maj Paul
Payne, with MWO Ron Benoit as his BSM.
Operations Within Combat Areas. The Symposium consisted not only
of formal presentations, but also afforded an exciting demonstration
which included 105mm howitzers, 81 mm mortars and CF-18 with
500lbs bombs. The International Artillery Symposium was an
extremely successful professional forum that allowed many NATO
and Partner for Peace countries to unite, bear witness to the many
advances in Artillery weaponry, and build upon ever-increasing
international cooperation on operations.
With a multitude of contemporary air users – to include civilian air
agencies, the Field Artillery, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Close
Air Support (CAS), coalition Special Operations Forces (SOF), and
engineer Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams, naming but a
handful – airspace coordination is key to the seamless integration
of myriad air operations in support of the manoeuvre commander’s
ground campaign. The maturing of the ASCC cell has seen it evolve
into a key enabler to supporting theatre deployed ASCCs support the
manoeuvre plan and maximize SA in a complex theatre of operations,
allowing for dynamic, real-time management of the airspace for the deconfliction of Artillery, insertion of OAS, AH and airmobile operations.
The ASCC cell is leading the way ahead for the Land Force for TADIL
employment, and its superior knowledge has been fully recognized
by the TADIL community, with other services actively seeking their
advice. Because of lessons learned in theatre, individual training
has been progressively adaptive to meet the needs of the field force.
Whether its the creation of a computerized Battle-lab, implementation
of a new Computer-based training (CBT) classroom, potentially
procuring ASCC vehicle mock-ups or acquiring advanced training for
cell instuctors (Air Defence System Integrator and Incremental Joint
TADIL crses), the ASCC cell is well placed to continue its role as the
center of excellence in Airspace Coordination for the CF.
67 Depot Battery (67 Bty)
2007 has been a year of long hours, many and varied courses as
67 Bty has been focussed on delivering war winning leadership and
gunnery training. Courses include Leadership and Gunnery, Field
and Air Defence, Basic and Advanced and 67 Bty remains dedicated
to leading, teaching and mentoring all students who arrive at our
door.
67 Bty experienced a significant turnover of leadership, with the
retirement of Maj Paul Ouelette, and the promotion and posting of
CWO Toni Gilks, replaced by Maj Dave McKeever and MWO Mike
Lavallee respectively. Many of the personnel posted in this year
including WO Penney and WO Schnarr bring recent operational
experience from Kandahar. All of 67 Bty are dedicated to assimilating
the lessons learned on operations with the core technical skill sets
always required of gunnery, balancing fighting spirit, leadership,
technical excellence and tactical and technological advancement.
On the Air Defence side of the Bty, both DP 1 NCM and DP 1.2
Officer graduated just before Christmas, providing 4 AD Regt with
welcome new members. The AD WO course is actively engaged in
learning the new 400 series upgrades to the ADATS, TCPs, ASCC
and trainers.
The instructors of the CF FAC Cell had their hands full again this
year, as they kept pace with the demands of training Officers and
Senior NCOs from across both the Army and the Air Force. Over the
past year, the CF FAC Cell has continued to evolve the CF FAC Course
into an impressive program that unites air support assets from across
the CAF and USAF to train soldiers and air officers to the Combat
Ready (CR) levelThe course has been completely re-modelled to
improve individual training (IT) to better reflect the demands placed
upon a FAC in the contemporary operating environment. These
improvements have led to the formal accreditation of the CF FAC Cell
and the CF FAC Course, by the United States Joint Forces Command
(USJFCOM), as one of the best training programs in the world
Additionally, there was a considerable upsurge in STA activities, to
include the provision of observer controllers to two MAPLE GUARDIAN
exercises, programming and instructing on the Reserve Artillery
Operations Course, as well as the running of two serials of the STA
Technician course. Concurrently, the cell accepted new capabilities in
the Skylark UAV and HALO 2 Sound Ranging systems, while piloting
a Skylark Operator Course at CFB Petawawa in September 2006, a
course that focused primarily on preparing Mini-UAV Troop personnel
for deployment with TF 1-07 into a fluid and dynamic battlespace. A
HALO 2 and Light Counter Mortar Radar course was also conducted
in the fall of 2007 in Petawawa while the premiere STA Troop
Commander’s course was accomplished simultaneously. The STA
cell also took part in much professional development during the last
year to include UAV conferences in St John’s NL, Radar conferences
in Newcastle, England just to name a few. The cell welcomed new
members from the STA IG/AIG course in England and saw the safe
return of one of its members from Afghanistan in August 2007.
Noted for their exemplary work with coalition partners, 45 Battery
was responsible for organizing the International Artillery Symposium
from 9 to 12 October 2007, an event that witnessed a distinguished
meeting of the Chiefs and Directors of Artillery for NATO and Partner
for Peace countries. The purpose of the annual three-day symposium
was to provide a unique forum for the professional exchange of skills
and lessons learned by uniting the Chiefs of Artillery for NATO and
Partner for Peace countries under the theme of Artillery Full Spectrum
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Maintenance Training Battery (Maint Trg Bty)
The past year has been very successful for Maint Trg Bty. The
Command Team for the past year remained unchanged with Maj
Paul Cogswell as BC and MWO Richard Desjardins as the Senior
Technical Instructor. The Bty continued with its philosophy of
providing a highly professional adult learning environment to the
Army technicians while conducting first-rate technical training and
providing technical support to the fielding of deployed equipment
such as the M777.
Maint Trg Bty trained 89 maintenance technicians this past year,
focusing on Low Level Air Defence Equipment, Artillery Meteorological
Systems, the Remote Weapons System currently employed on the
M113A3 TLAV and Advanced Optical Repair. The Battery continued
its support to the RG-31 APV/RWS. WO Boudreault deployed to
Task Force Afghanistan from October and December to provide
support of the DGMS installation Technical Assistance Visit (TAV).
This TAV finalized a critical technical upgrade to the M777 and its
ability to provide outstanding fire support to the deployed forces in
Afghanistan.
Conclusion
This year, we saw the arrival and departure of many colleagues,
as well the initiation of significant internal transformation to ensure
our organization fully supported the training needs of all Gunners
and the demands of a complex operating environment. The RCAS
conducted an incredible number of courses over the course of this
year, training over 600 NCMs and Officers. With a rapidly increasing
operational tempo, 2008 promises to be just as exciting. The School
also recognized the contribution of our families through a number
of interactive social events, to include Family Days and Bring Your
Kids to Work Day. The School will continue to train today, with an
eye always to the future in order to prepare soldiers and leaders for
Canada’s Army and The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery.
1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment
& 84th Independent Field Battery
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2007 was an exciting year for 1st Field Regiment and 84th
Independent Field Battery. The Gunners of Nova Scotia continued
to focus training on gunnery as well as basic soldier skills in order
to continue to support operations overseas and at home.
The Regiment is happy to welcome back members of
both units who
were
deployed
on TF1-07. Capt
D’Arcy CJ, WO
Cole TD, WO
Dolan MB, Sgt
Campbell
MA,
MBdr Oliver SC,
Bdr Beaulieu MR,
Bdr MacDonald
CD, Bdr Spencer
AMC, Bdr Marlow
RB, Bdr Doucet
LJ, Bdr Garrison
TC, Bdr Hobb MC,
Bdr
Thibodeau
JM,
and
Bdr
Lusk JC were all
deployed with D
Bty, 2 RCHA on
Op Archer Roto
3,
Kandahar.
Mbdr Colwell BE
was
deployed
with MUAV troop,
D Bty, 2 RCHA on
Op Archer Roto
3.
Sgt Topple
KS and Capt
Neish DA were
deployed with the
Afghan National
Training Centre,
Kabul training the
Afghan National
Army.
Bdr
Sampson AE and
Gnr Patterson AD
were deployed with the Provincial Reconstruction Team.
Currently, Capt Huddleston JB and WO Lannigan J are
training to deploy with TF 1-08 and Bdr Pepler RD, Gnr
Power EG and Gnr Gavel DE are training with 4 AD Regt
in the TUAV role to deploy on TF 3-08. WO Hartery MA
was appointed BSM of 51 Bty and Maj MacDonald AS was
appointed the acting CO of 1 Fd Regt while LCol Nickerson
RE is on medical leave. MWO Mooney was appointed BSM
of 84th Ind Fd Bty.
It was with great sadness that the Regiment said goodbye
to LCol (Retired) John Stanley Doyle, C.D. who passed
away on Oct 1 st, 2007. LCol Doyle served the Regiment with
great distinction
as Commanding
Officer
from
Spring
1997
to the Fall of
2000. He will be
missed.
The Regiment
performed a live
fire exercise in
April 2007 as
well as summer
training at CFB
G a g e t o w n
i n c l u d i n g
DP1
Artilley,
Command Post
Basic Technician,
Comms
and
Driver Wheeled
courses.
The Regiment
completed
the
Battle
Fitness
Test and also
supported
the
IG course in
Gagetown on the
8th and 9th of
December with
W Bty and 3 rd
Field Regiment.
The
Regiment
is also training
members
to
participate in the
DOU (Domestic Operations Unit) out of Halifax. This unit
will be deployed as needed to support domestic operations
such as disaster relief.
The Regiment is looking forward to a very busy year in
2008 with a full training calendar including live fire exercises,
and sending members on courses such as DP3 CP Det
Supervisor as well as PLQ (Land).
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L’Artilleur Canadien
5th (British Columbia)
Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
before the summer stand down in June. Many of the Regiment’s
personnel undertook individual training during the summer
training period in Shilo and Gagetown. Stand-to in September
was the start of the busiest time the Regiment experienced all
year. The fall period saw many weekend field exercises, coupled
with very aggressive recruiting activities, which, to date, have
been quite fruitful; drawing new personnel to bolster our ranks at
the NCM, Officer, and Honorary levels.
The Chinese year of the Boar, 2007, was a very eventful
and successful year for the Guns of Vancouver Island. The 5th
(BC) Field Regiment, RCA focused much of its attention training
to support operations, force generation and retention. These
priorities were met through the execution of a robust training
year, that included, regimental live fire exercises in Washington
State and dynamic soldier and gunner skills building exercises
here on Vancouver Island. The unit continued to fulfill its
mandate in municipal, provincial and federal ceremonies in
Nanaimo, Victoria and in Vimy, France, for the 90th Anniversary
of Vimy Ridge.
Two distinguished members of their respective communities,
who were once a part of the CF community, will grace the
Regiment as Honoraries. Major Logan Stewart (retired)
will represent the Regiment as our Honorary Colonel.
Major General Stu McDonald (retired) will represent
the Regiment as our Honorary Lieutenant Colonel.
The apex of our training has culminated with our raison d’être,
the support of international operations, in which we will be well
represented. Five keen soldiers have come forth to support the
ongoing mission in Afghanistan: Bdr Nik Hovelkamp, Bdr Chris
Conway, Bdr Leon Underwood, MBdr Eric McNeely, and WO
John Beddows will pick up where others of the Regiment have
left off in Rotation 1/08.
Despite the success of recruiting, we have lost two members
to mandatory retirement policy. Major Bob McLeod, who was
invaluable to the success of the Officers’ Mess, and Captain Ralf
Gagner, who just recently received acclamation by the offices
of the Prime Minister and the Chief of Defence Staff, for almost
30 years of dedicated service to the Canadian Forces. Both of
these dedicated members have sadly donned their uniforms for
the last time.
The Regiment was very active in its training during the
spring, having attended a Gun Camp (Ex CAUSTIC SHOCK),
the annual Brigade exercise (Ex COUGAR SALVO) and a split
Urban Operations/Gun Exercise (Ex TEMPERATE FOREST), all
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6e Régiment d’ Artillerie de Campagne
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
L’année 2007 fut une année bien remplie pour le 6 e Régiment
d’artillerie de campagne. L’été 2007 a vu 19 de nos membres
être déployés en Afghanistan et au Soudan. Grâce à leurs
connaissances acquises au fil de leur entraînement, ils
accomplissent un travail remarquable pour aider ces
populations à reconquérir une paix durable et une sérénité
dans la joie de vivre.
Premier exercice de l’année, Pèlerin Valeureux, qui s’est
tenu du 2 janvier au 8 janvier. Cet exercice qui s’est tenu
au Mississipi a regroupé 46 membres du Régiment. Le but
de cet exercice est de se pratiquer en conditions hivernales
d’une façon préparatoire en vue de l’exercice de tir réel qui
se déroulera durant le mois de février.
Dès le début février, les membres du Régiment se préparent
en vue de l’exercice Pièces Maîtresses qui se déroulera du
23 au 25 février sur la base de Valcartier. Entraîner la 59 e
batterie au tir anti-char sous forme de compétition et au tir
indirect à l’aide de l’obusier 105mm. Plus de 70 membres
ont participé à cet exercice.
Le 1 er mars. C’est l’exercice Omble Perchée. Cet exercice
met en pratique les aptitudes au combat dans des conditions
hivernales. Le froid, le vent et la neige sont de la partie pour
faire de cet exercice un entraînement rigoureux pour les 50
membres qui y participent.
Le 1 er avril, le régiment se prépare pour l’exercice Œil
Précis qui se déroulera à Farnham. Quelques 80 membres
prennent part à cet exercice de qualification NIAC annuel
auquel participeront conjointement le personnel du 62 RAC
et le 2 FD RAC.
Au début du mois de mai, le régiment se prépare pour
la parade finale. Le régiment profite de l’occasion pour
procéder à l’intronisation du Lieutenat-Colonel Honoraire
Général Roméo Dallaire. Rappelons que le Général Dallaire
a été l’attaché PSFR du 6 e RAC au début des années 1970.
C’est alors un retour aux sources pour le Général qui a
profité de l’occasion pour rappeler son attachement au
6 e RAC en déclarant : ‘’ Mon affiliation avec le Régiment
remonte à bien des années. Jeune officier, je jouissais déjà
d’une relation particulière avec l’unité et ses membres.
Depuis le premier jour, je me suis toujours senti chez-moi
au 6 e.’’ Également, il y a eu la remise des Méritas, les
décorations de FC, les agrafes à l’ADJM Boulay et au SGT
Mathurin et la remise d’une lithographie au LCOL Dupuis
et le CAPT Alleyn. Pour terminer cette première moitié de
l’année, le régiment a organisé un excellent méchoui qui a
regroupé plus de 140 personnes au manège militaire.
Le 1 er août. C’est le début de la rentrée pour plusieurs
d’entre nous. Il faut préparer le 8 e Concert au Crépuscule
qui se déroulera au lieu historique national des Forts de
Lévis le 18 août. Par un temps frais et venteux, le Premier
Ministre Stephen Harper et quelque 6,500 personnes se sont
rassemblés pour assister au concert offert par la fanfare les
Diplomates ainsi que l’orchestre du Royal 22 e Régiment
accompagnés des obusiers du 6 e RAC. Le Premier Ministre
a profité de l’occasion pour remercier les hommes et les
femmes qui grâce à leur courageux efforts sont en train
d’écrire une nouvelle page dans l’histoire du régiment.
Le mois d’août c’est aussi le marathon des Deux-Rives.
Évènement international, le 6eRAC y a participé avec une
équipe de 7 coureurs qui ont fait bonne figure. Également, le
6eRAC a fourni à l’équipe technique du marathon les obusiers
pour les départs du marathon et du demi-marathon.
Le mois de septembre marque la rentrée pour tous les
membres du régiment Il y a eu lors de cette parade, la remise
des nominations à plusieurs membres du régiment.
Le 1 er octobre. C’est l’exercice Pièces Mobiles que s’est
déroulé sur la base de Valcartier. 95% des membres du
régiment ont participé à cet exercice. En collaboration
avec le 62 e RAC et le 2 Field RAC l’exercice est axé sur
les principes de bases. L’exercice prévoyait de nombreux
déplacements et de déploiements sur les différents sites de
la base. Durant l’exercice, le scénario prévoyait une situation
rappelant celles que les troupes canadiennes en mission en
Afghanistan retrouvent. En effet, un engin explosif simulé
avait été dissimulé sur l’un des nombreux chemins que
devait emprunter le convoi. Grâce à la vigilance du premier
véhicule du convoi, l’engin fut repéré et après discussion
avec la chaîne de commandement, il fut convenu qu’une
route alternative s’avérait le meilleur accès sécuritaire
pour que le convoi puisse se rendre au prochain lieu de
déploiement. Ce fut un exercice couronné de succès.
Le mois d’octobre s’est aussi le 13 km. Selon les ordres
donnés par l’état-major, tous les membres du régiment ont
effectué ce parcours et les exercices subséquents et ont
réussi avec brio cet exercice obligatoire.
L’année 2008 s’en vient à grand pas. Il ya aura un
changement de commandement, de nouvelles orientations
seront données, de nouveaux objectifs devront être atteints
pour maintenir un haut niveau d’excellence au sein du 6 e
RAC. Tous unis, c’est avec optimisme et détermination que
nous relèveront ces nouveaux défis.
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L’Artilleur Canadien
7th Toronto Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The 7th Toronto Regiment has been involved in a very busy
training year. It can be best described as a year of leadership and
growth. In addition to tasks taken on within the Toronto Brigade
our soldiers have been serving The Guns in Afghanistan. The
regiment recently had seven members return from Afghanistan
within the year and currently seven more members are involved
in the work-up training to contribute to the next mission with
LFCA, two of which are preparing for their second tour. One of
the returning soldiers, MBdr Liam Tiernay, was Mentioned in
Dispatches for his brave and courageous actions when assisting
in the recovery of a vehicle and preventing further casualties
while under enemy fire, as part of 1 RCR Battle Group.
counts 170 soldiers on effective strength.
Being in Toronto has its advantages and the Regiment is in
the public eye for many events. The Victoria Day salute was
enhanced by an impromptu inspection of the Guns by Ontario’s
outgoing Lieutenant Governor James Bartleman. As well, the
Regiment carried out OP LEGACY, providing an appropriate
Gunner funeral for Percy Wilson, Canada’s last remaining First
World War Veteran. With the assistance of the Toronto Artillery
Association and the Limber Gunners Association of Toronto, we
were able to transport Gunner Wilson’s remains to Prospect
Cemetery using our Field Artillery Tractor (Quad) towing its
limber and 25 Pounder.
Gunner Wilson’s family
was very impressed and
effusive in their praise.
The commanding
officer,
LCol
Bill
Kalogerakis, headed
32 CBG BG A thereby
being
the
lead
The
Regiment’s
element for IBTS and
Officers also had the
inter-arms collective
opportunity to organize the
trg for FY 2006-2007
annual Toronto Garrison
for that BG. We were
Officers’ Ball. This event,
also the command
which rotates through the
element leading 480 of
Toronto regiments, was
32 Brigade’s soldiers
uniquely a Gunner event
for EX STEADFAST
with a C3 Howitzer, 81 mm
RESPONSE 07, the
mortar and other suitable
domestic response
accoutrements
within
exercise involving a
the lobby of the hotel
major flood scenario
courtesy of RSM, CWO
in the community of
P. Rosa. The guests,
Aurora to the north
especially the civilians,
of
Toronto.
The
were very impressed
Regiment was also Funeral at of second last Canadian World War 1 Veteran Percy Dwight Wilson,
and many a photo taken.
the lead unit and Feb 26, 1901- May 9, 2007.
In a challenge to the
formed the RHQ for
other Toronto Garrison
EX COOP GUNNER 07, getting four Ontario Regiments together units, we were able to lower the price of the Ball tickets without
to train within a regimental context. Furthermore, the Battery compromising on the quality of the event and still make a tidy profit.
Commander of 9 Bty Major Mike Gomes, commanded the LFCA The Honourable Senator, LGen (Ret’d) Romeo Dallaire, OC, CMM,
Reserve Artillery composite close support battery for EX MAPLE GOC, MSC, graciously agreed to be the Patron of the Ball and his
DEFENDER 07 at CMTC in Wainwright in August. In addition, words were well received by the audience of 850 guests.
the LFCA summer Artillery Reserve Individual Training Battery
in Sault Ste Marie was commanded by the Regiment’s 2IC, Maj
The band of the 7th Toronto Regiment has also participated in
many high profile performances and is greatly sought after for
Steve Zurbrigg, with his BSM being MWO Charles Harpaul.
events at the Canadian National Exhibition, the Royal Canadian
The Regiment has been aggressively recruiting as we Military Institute (RCMI) and the annual Massed Band concert at
continue to build our second mission element, 15 Battery Roy Thompson Hall, amongst others.
(Mortars), under the command of Maj. John Stewart. Through
Looking forward the Regiment will continue to recruit and train
the year, 20 new gunners were recruited and qualified. Given
the mortar task, several 81 mm conversion courses have been new Gunners, as they will be the backbone of our future tasks
completed allowing for a larger pool of soldiers from which to at home and abroad. Another year of leadership and growth will
draw for training. As the year draws to an end the Regiment soon be upon us.
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38th CBG Artillery Tactical Group
tth Field Artillery Regiment
tth Field Artillery Regiment
tth Independent Field Battery
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
With the growing role of Artillery overseas, 38 Canadian Brigade
Group (38 CBG) Artillery Tactical Group (ATG) has never been more
determined to achieve a state of operational readiness such that the
ATG is capable of deployment. In the past year, we have grown our
training expectations and created a more demanding schedule that
members have grown to expect and look up to. The ATG is a means
of combining the efforts of the three artillery units of 38 CBG, namely
10 Field Regiment RCA (18 Battery, Regina & 64 Battery, Yorkton),
26 Field Regiment RCA (13 Battery, Portage & 71 Battery and HQ &
Svcs Battery, Brandon), and 116 Independent Field Battery, Kenora.
The three units retain their entire identities, honouraries, unit funds,
unit traditions, and so forth. The three share the same Commanding
Officer and RSM – in 2007 - Lieutenant-Colonel Ross Thompson
and Master Warrant Officer Mike MacRae. The unified command
allows for the most efficient distribution of leadership, for the units
have varying strengths in terms of officers, senior NCOs and
warrant officers, and soldiers. The overarching principle of running
the ATG was to centralize training and operations and decentralize
administration to the maximum extent possible. Unit identities remain
unchanged, as does the footprint of five batteries in five communities.
Overall strength of the ATG has grown to 239 members, proving to
be the one of the largest Reserve units in Canada!
The year was kicked off with a strong Winter Ex in Kenora with
116 Ind Fd Bty. The following month was packed between the Bde
CMX and CPX, regular unit training and Professional Development
on both Military Law and Security. In March the Regiment undertook
the first live fire exercise of the year, Ex Prowling Gunner II after a
weekend of preps, maintenance, and unit training. In April 2007, we
participated in Ex Bison Warrior. May was a busy month between
regular scheduled training, and the Brandon Air Show. In June we
participated in the Canada Day Salute. In September, we took off
with a bang, everyone anxious to use the skills they had acquired
over their summer courses. After getting the usual DAG out of the
way, the Regt took to the field in Shilo to get everyone through the
CFOSP PWT I, II, and III in addition to Grenade, 9mm Pistol, and
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26th Fd Regt conducted a DP1 Arty course this year out of CFB
Shilo. 38 CBG ATG is proud to announce all seven candidates from
our Group were graduates from this DP1 course.
Live Pairs training. It was an intense weekend, however everyone
left that weekend with a feeling of accomplishment. The following
month we commenced Ex Desert Mentor. All members in attendance
completed the BFT. Also in October, the unit participated in Ex
Prowling Gunner 3. This two and a half day live fire collective training
exercise consisted of four guns under command of one CP with the
aim of performing Danger Close missions from the Ops. HF tasks for
the two gun firing units were issued throughout the exercise.
Several members of 38 CBG ATG were promoted over the past
year, including Capt McArthur, Capt Popovits, Lt Rogowsky, 2Lt
Drader, 2Lt Bowering, Sgt Pratt, Sgt McWatt, Sgt Melsted, MBdr
Clark, MBdr Hague, MBdr Windl, Bdr Cousineau, Bdr Doerkson, Bdr
McAuley, Bdr McCormick, Bdr Tom, and Bdr Wiersema. At the end
of 2007, 38 CBG ATG promoted HCol Coleman (26) and appointed
HLCol Linton (116), HLCol Felstead (26) and HLCol DeVos (10).
HCol Jim Jeffries (26) has finally has retired after many years service
to the Regt and the Guns. 38 CBG ATG is also currently looking
for an HCol for Yorkton, SK. Also, 38 CBG ATG is sad to announce
the sudden passing of 10 Fd Regt’s HCol, Jack Wiebe in April 07.
The ATG conducted a 15 gun Vice Regal Salute for him in honour
of his past service as a Lieutenant Governor for the Province of
Saskatchewan.
November 07 was fast paced, between hosting the 59th
Annual Military Ball, performing the Remembrance Day Salute
in Winnipeg and Regina (as well as participating in several other
local Remembrance Day services), performing the Opening of the
Legislatures, and performing regular unit training. The year was
finished in style with one last weekend of First Aid training for all
members, and finally Ex Merry Barbara, hosted in Regina this year.
Merry Barbara, although an annual celebration, also became a great
opportunity for all five Batteries to plan future training in addition to
realise the current strengths of the ATG. 26th Fd Regt’s 71 Bty won
the annual floor hockey competition.
The ATG welcomed home Sgt Wilson from operations overseas
in Aug 2007. He deployed to Afghanistan and was involved with
mentoring the Afghan Army. 26th Fd Regt had eleven
members on workup training this year and who will be
heading overseas on deployment Feb 08 with TF 1-08.
This list includes five members of 71 Bty, five members of
13 Bty and one from HQ & Svcs Bty including; MBdr Blair,
MBdr Orchard, MCpl Sauck, Bdr Grabauskas, Bdr Lussier,
Bdr Mayers, Bdr Pastershank, Bdr Staples Gnr McDermotFouts, Gnr Roth, and Gnr Wiebe. 10th Fd Regt has seven
individuals for TF 1-08 - Sgt Imamovic, MBdr Matthies, Bdr
Betker, Bdr Vanderhulst, and Bdr Weier from 18 Bty and 64
Bty is proud to announce that Sgt Melsted and Bdr McAuley
will be deploying as a Detachment Commander and a
Detachment Member, respectively. 116 Ind Fd Bty had six
members heading to Afghanistan in 2008, including MBdr
Leblanc, Bdr Evans, Bdr Hawkins, Bdr Scott, Bdr Wiersema,
and Gnr Laroque. All these soldiers have been on intensive
training schedule since 01 Apr 07 and are anxiously awaiting
their deployment. It is expected that they will leave before
the end of Feb 08 with the rest of the 800 soldiers departing
from CFB Shilo.
While these 24 soldiers are working hard overseas, the
remaining members of 38 CBG ATG will be working hard
within their units preparing for future deployments, and
supporting their efforts overseas. 2008 forecasts a rigorous
training schedule in support of operations overseas.
Gun salute in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
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15th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2007 was a very exciting and demanding year for 15th Field
Artillery Regiment, based out of Vancouver, and Aldergrove, British
Columbia. The Regiment met many milestones over the past year,
including implementing a challenging operational plan, conducting
a Change of Command, and putting forth a significant contribution
to Task Force 1-08, all the while participating fully in a number of OP
CONNECTION activities.
Highlights of training included staff from C Bty, RCHA coming to
Vancouver in January to pass on their knowledge regarding IED drills
in convoy operations. In the spring, we conducted EX CAUSTIC
SHOCK ‘07 in Fort Lewis, Washington from where we re-deployed
directly into the Brigade EX COUGAR SALVO in the Comox Valley
on Vancouver Island. 15th Field, along with our counterparts from
5th (BC) Field Regiment, RCA, were tasked as enemy force for the
exercise. Shortly thereafter the combined Regiments deployed
to the Yakima Training Centre – a satellite facility in the desert of
Washington State, to confirm our gunnery skills.
In June, the Regiment, with 5th (BC) Field accompanying,
returned to Fort Lewis for an intensive weekend live-fire artillery
shoot. During that weekend, the soldiers proceeded to the ‘Leschi
Town’ MOUT Training Area, to kick down doors and clear rooms in
some much anticipated urban operations training.
Also in June, Vancouver celebrated the 250th Anniversary
of Captain Vancouver ‘discovering’ what is now Vancouver
Harbour with the Regiment participating, firing a Salute during the
festivities.
July 1st saw the Regiment conduct the Canada Day Salute at
Stanley Park. Simultaneously, our Band, the Band of the 15th Field
Artillery Regiment, Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery played
to their normal high standard, drawing large crowds of onlookers,
adding to an already thrilling performance.
The new training year kicked off with a Change of Command
Parade. The Regiment bid farewell to Lieutenant Colonel Daniel
Kuhn and welcomed the new Commanding Officer, Major Jim
Barrett, appointed after having been the Second-in-Command
since January 2005. Captain Richard Van Slyke assumed the
position of Second-in-Command, having been previously served
as Officer Commanding the Regimental Band.
Shortly thereafter, the Regiment, in conjunction with 5th (BC)
Field, conducted EX CLAYMORE STEEL, again in Fort Lewis.
This Ex confirmed the training realized by the summer courses our
troops were able to take.
This year 39 Brigade, rather than offering the annual Brigade
training event, EX COUGAR SALVO, offered instead a series of
three exercises which we participated in to fulfill the annual IBTS
requirements. These three exercises were all offered in various
parts of the former CFB Chilliwack base and training area, and
provided an opportunity for unique training activities involving
actions on IED’s, convoy discipline, and the always favourite BFT.
On Remembrance Day, 39 CBG again provided it’s traditionally
large contingent to the City of Vancouver parade. The Regiment
fired the salute from Portside Park overlooking the Harbour and in
view of the North Shore mountains, and then conducted an Artillery
Roll Past on the Parade Route.
It has brought the Regiment great satisfaction
this year, to be sending 13 of some of our best
and brightest gunners to be part of Task Force
1-08 in Afghanistan, serving in various important
roles including: working with B Battery, 1 RCHA,
the TUAV Detachment, augmentees to 2 VP,
the MP Detachment, and PSYOPS.
The remainder of the training year is filled
with CITY courses. The Regiment conducted
Mod 1 ATCIS (Basic) for the Brigade, and
will be conducting DP1 Field Artillery in the
Winter Term, along with Mod 5 ATCIS (Arty
Communicator), and Arty Tow.
The full circle is completed when we again
use EX CAUSTIC SHOCK 08 to confirm these
three artillery courses as above in the live fire
shoot in March.
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th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The 30th Field Regiment, better known around Ottawa as,
“The Bytown Gunners”, has been working extremely hard over
the last year to maintain a high level of professionalism and
training that all members of the Regiment have come to expect.
the first time that The Bytown Gunners have answered the call
to arms, and with a unit steeped in such rich history as the 30th
Field Regiment, you can expect it won’t be the last.
At CFRB Dow’s Lake, where the 30th Field Regiment calls
home, there have been a few changes in key positions over the
past months. In February, WO James Hemlin was appointed as
the Battery Sergeant Major of 2nd (Field) Battery, and in August,
Captains Shawna Boyechko and Finlay Mullally assumed the
commands of 1st (HQ) Battery and 2nd (Field) Battery respectively.
In more recent news, a long-serving member of the Regiment,
Sergeant William Hall was promoted to the rank of Warrant
Officer in November.
Over the past year, the troops have participated in quite a few
live fire and dry deployments that were executed with maximum
speed and aggression from all who participated. The primary
focus for training this year has been sticking to basic artillery
skills, and it is plain to see for all who attend, that these practices
have sure rubbed off on the soldiers on the ground. The constant
training that these young gunners receive has definitely played
its part in the overall professionalism and high morale of the 30th
Field Regiment.
It is always hard to let a member of the Regiment go, and it
is with a heavy heart that The Bytown Gunners have had to say
good-bye to one of their own. After serving several years at 30th
Field with the unofficial appointment of Honorary Sergeant, Sgt
Steve Van Velthooven passed away earlier this year. Our prayers
and condolences go out to Steve’s family. He will be missed.
On top of an extensive training schedule, 30th Field has
also played a large role in augmenting regular force units on
operations overseas. Most recently, The Bytown Gunners have
repatriated five members from Task Force 3-06; Sgt Sharp,
Mbdr’s Dunville and Godatalla, and Bdr’s Erling and Garbuio, as
well as deployed two members on Task Force 1-07; WO Meinert
and Sgt Lopez. Just as quickly as soldiers are welcomed back
to the unit, 30th Field is sending more to CFB Petawawa to fill in
the ranks of the next roto, Task Force 3-08. This certainly isn’t
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Finally, the 30th Field Regiment will continue to strive for
excellence, and with an extensive training schedule for 2008,
the strengths of this Regiment are only getting better.
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56th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2007 was another busy and exciting year for the 56 th Field
Regiment, RCA, with some members leaving for overseas
tours or work-up training, and others returning home to us.
February saw the homecoming of two members deployed
on TF 3-06, Bdr Adam Brown and Bdr Chris Tietz.. Both
left in August 06 for Afghanistan, where Bdr Brown served
on M777’s with E Bty 2RCHA and Bdr Tietz served as a
member of the Sperwer UAV detachment. Both members
were highly praised for their work, and the 56 th Fd is proud
of their accomplishments.
February also saw the departure of 3 members deployed
on TF 1-07. WO John McDonald, MBdr Chris Jax and MBdr
David Vreugdenhil served with D Bty 2RCHA. MBdr Jax was
the Recce NCO for B Troop, MBdr Vreugdenhil was Sigs NCO
for A Troop and WO McDonald was TSM and CP Supervisor
for A, B and C Troop. All 3 members returned safely in August
and thoroughly enjoyed their tours in Afghanistan and their
experiences supporting NATO forces throughout Kandahar
and Helmand Provinces.
In June, 56 th Fd Regt said goodbye to the CO, LCol Peter
Brown – temporarily. LCol Brown deployed as part of the
UN mission in the Congo, Op Crocodile. Maj David Meehan
assumed acting command of the Regt in the absence of the
CO. LCol Brown is expected to return in late Jan 2008.
The big story of the year, one which has had a profound
effect on training, has been the departure of members for
work-up training for TF 3-08. From June 07 to the beginning
of Jan 08, no less than 16 members of the Regt departed to
start training for their deployment to Afghanistan in August
08. Many of these members were the most skilled, effective
and dependable soldiers in the Regt. Their absence has
been strongly felt and we look forward to the safe return
of them all in Feb 09. An exciting initiative at the Regt
to support members and their families is the formation of
the 56 Fd Regt Family Support Group. Its mission is to
enhance the quality of 56 Fd Regt military members and
their families by promoting and facilitating community-based
services through the Military Family Resource Centre and
encourage civic and community partners in expressing their
support for the work of our soldiers. To date, more than
one community business has generously assisted financially
with this project.
culminated with Ex Direct Gunner at ATC Meaford in Nov.
Ex Direct Gunner was a live fire 105mm Howitzer exercise,
combined with a C6 night shoot with illumination provided
by the guns. All members enjoyed the rare opportunity for
gunners to actually see rounds impacting and the chance to
shoot the C6. Everybody loves machine guns!
Partly due to TF 3-08 generation, partly due to changes
in other areas, Battery leadership was also changed in
2007. 54 Bty BC Capt. David Vandevenne departed on
work-up training for TF 3-08 and was replaced by Lt Adrian
Dereniowski, with WO Chris Chaban as BSM. 69 Bty BC,
Capt Robin Cooke whose day job was 31 CBG G3 Exercises
/ Plans accepted a full-time position as Regimental Adjutant
and was replaced by Lt Nathan Gudgeon, with Sgt Mark
Leitch as BSM. 10 Bty BC is Capt Mark Pigeau with Sgt
Robert Lockhart as BSM.
The 56 th Fd Regt believes strongly in maintaining a
presence in the public eye, to promote the Regiment, project
a positive image of the CF and to remind Canadians that the
Canadian Forces are not only overseas fighting our enemies
but also right here at home, ready to protect them. In 2007
we participated in several community events. In August, we
participated in the annual United Way Airshow held at the
Brantford Municipal Airport, with a display of vehicles, small
arms and mortars. On Remembrance Day the Regiment
again put forth maximum effort, with members participating
in ceremonies on Nov 11 th and several weekends prior. 10 th
Bty attended the ceremony in St Catharines. 54 Bty attended
the ceremony at the cenotaph across from the armouries
in Brantford, On. 69 Bty attended the Six Nations Veterans
ceremony in Ohsweken on 21 Oct 07, ceremonies in Selkirk
and Teeterville, on on 4 Nov 07 and ceremonies in Simcoe,
Port Dover, Delhi and Waterford, On 11 Nov 07. 69 Bty, with
the assistance of 54 Bty also provided a quarterguard for the
Ontario Lieutenant Governor David Onley on 1 Dec 2007 for
his visit to Simcoe in Norfolk County.
2007 was a very exciting and challenging year for 56 th
Field. We look forward to more exciting training and events
for 2008!
Despite the absence of so many key people on work-up
training, 56 Fd Regt has had a very successful training year.
The Regt successfully deployed its personnel to Exercise
Maple Defender from Regimental HQ in Brantford, ON to
CFB Wainwright. Several live fire exercises through the year
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1 Air Defence Regiment
(Lanark and Renfrew Scottish)
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
In January we started the year off right with our annual winter
indoctrination training. As usual it was well received by all our
soldiers. This training will be very valuable when it comes time to
deploy north for the eventual SOVOPS EX. February saw some
our soldiers preparing to leave for Afghanistan beginning with the
selection of our serving Commanding Officer, Major Chubbs to
begin training for an overseas tour. He was very pleased to finally
be able to contribute in the fight against terrorism. Unfortunately
the drawback was that we saw a quick end to his Command. We
lost a good officer, and a an outstanding CO early in his tenure
who now has the distinction of being the first Newfoundlander to
command the Regiment. The CO was not alone in being selected for
Afghanistan. Bdr Power was originally selected as a driver with the
Helicopter Squadron. But as luck would have it, he demonstrated
excellent skills as a UAV operator. Consequently his tasking was
changed and he attended a UAV course as an operator and did
extremely well. As a result he completed his tour as an operator
in good standing. Congrats for a job well done. MCpl Bouchard
our resident Supply Tech was picked late in the training cycle and
deployed with 2 MP Pl. Two others, who transferred or were posted
from the Regiment WO Chase and WO Walker, (now MWO)
completed their tour in the CMIC roll, with great success.
family. They’ve been very pro-active in their effort to bring soldiers in
to the Regiment as was clearly seen with all the new faces around
the Regimental lines. Unfortunately along with our enrolling of new
personnel we also lose some. Component Transfers have taken
many soldiers into the Regular Force. This is the nature of our
business and we wish them well.
With great regret, a long time member of our Regimental
family left us suddenly. Our Honouary Colonel, Colonel Brian
Noonan passed away suddenly in September. He will always be
remembered as a good CO and excellent HCol. His contribution,
dedication and loyalty to the Regiment, to the soldiers will never be
forgotten. Col Noonan, “Stand Easy, End of Mission”
In September we saw the retirement of WO Gary Hatcher,
with 30 years plus service. This is in fact his third time retiring
so he is well practiced. With his Regimental Scroll he took along
a well deserved COs Commendation as well. As the fall moved
along we celebrated our Regimental Birthday in fine tradition by
gathering with past Regimental members at the local Cenotaph
to pay homage to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their
country. The following training weekend, the Regiment gathered for
a happier occasion to complete the Regimental celebration with the
reading of our history. With many new soldiers in the Regiment it
was an excellent introduction to the Regiment and its history. The
Regimental cake was then cut for all to enjoy.
With Maj Chubbs gone our DCO Maj Goetz stood in as the
Acting Commanding Officer. He brought his many years of
experience to the Regiment for his short term as Acting CO but left
a marked imprint on the soldiers before leaving with his family to
Nova Scotia.
With the year end coming training is still at an all time high.
The schedule has been full with the communication, IBTS and
SQ training. During all these courses our staff has been busy
conducting inter-unit training with the 30th Fd Regt on the weekends
and 2 RCHA during the week. So there is no shortage of training
and maintaining Field Gunner skills. So all in all things have been
very busy within 42nd Fd Regt. I would be remiss if I neglected to
mention the well deserved promotions. Cpl Charter, an Infanteer
attached to us from The Princess Louise Fusiliers, to MCpl. Other
promotions were:
Gnr Kuiack
promoted to MBdr on 16 Oct 07
Gnr Kuehl
promoted to Bdr on 10 Nov 07
Gnr Kay
promoted to Bdr on 8 Sep 07
Gnr Stoppa
promoted to Bdr on 2 Jun 07
Gnr Seto
promoted
to
Bdr
on
9
Jun
07
Gnr MacLean promoted to Bdr on 23 Dec 07
2Lt Ried
promoted to Lt
2Lt Bellemore promoted to Lt
Personnel training now for the next tour TF 08 are:
Lt. Bellmore, Sgt. Attrux, Bdr Douglas, Bdr Kuehl, Bdr. Risto,
Bdr. Seto, Bdr. Shulist, Capt. Stepaniuk, Bdr. Stoppa,
Waiting to finish his tenure as the COS for 33 CBG was our new
CO, LCol Wiley. He assumed command of the Regiment officially
25 May 2007. LCol Wiley brings with him 30 years experience as
a Field Artillery Officer, which will be a definite asset at this time of
change. Our first training weekend with LCol Wiley was in Carleton
Place. It was at this time, we bid a fond farewell to Maj Goetz.
Along with his Regimental Scroll he took along a well deserved
CO’s commendation. That weekend saw MBdr Carmody, MBdr
Connaughan, MWO Webster receive CO’s commendations as
well. We extend a hearty congratulation to all, well done.
As the year moved on our training as Field Artillery Gunners
continued with great zeal. Throughout the summer Arty ARC gave
our soldiers the much needed trades related courses we needed to
complete our transition to a Field Artillery Regiment All in all it was
a very hectic year that saw all our fulltime staff working overtime
to accomplish this transition effectively and professionally. To
complete the transition we need our Regimental Name change to
become official. So that we can proudly call ourselves 42nd Field
Artillery Regiment.
From the Commanding Officer, LCol Wiley, RSM, CWO Howell
and all the Troops of 42nd FD Regt. Congratulations and Good luck
to all!
Our recruiting section, Capt Prendergast and WO Lee, has
had great success in enrolling new personnel into our Regimental
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18th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The year of 2007 was another eventful and productive year
for the regiment. From soldiers going on and passing courses,
to exercises in WAINWRIGHT and DUNDURN and even some
soldiers preparing to go on tour in Afghanistan in February 2008,
2007 saw the continued progress of the unit changing back to a
field gun unit from Air Defence.
In January five soldiers made the journey up to Red Deer
every weekend to complete the DP1 Artillery course. The course
lasted until May which culminated in a live fire confirmatory
shoot in WAINWRIGHT. The Unit also sent an officer away to
Gagetown to become a Forward Observation Officer. In March,
the Regiment took part in Exercise EASTERN GRIZZLY held
in DUNDURN Saskatchewan. This was a week long exercise
which involved 38 CBG and 41 CBG. Some of the training in
which our unit took part was live fire convoys and direct fire with
the Guns. Other members were also tasked to act as OPFOR.
It was cold and miserable at some points but the soldiers carried
on with the job and felt the training was well worth it.
In the summer months the newer members of the Regiment
embarked on their military careers by completing BMQ and SQ,
some other members also completed DP1 and CP Tech courses to
further the progression of the unit into a Field Artillery regiment. As
well, the Regiment participated in two local events of importance.
Firstly, the regiment participated and organized the military ground
display for the Lethbridge Air Show. Total attendance exceeded 40
thousand for the three day event. Lastly, the regiment participated
in the Whoop-up Days celebration held yearly at the local exhibition
grounds. September marked the beginning of the Unit’s training
year. It began with a bang, literally as the unit headed NORTH
to CFB WAINWRIGHT again to conduct a live fire exercise with
20 Field Artillery Regiment. The soldiers who participated were
professional in doing their jobs on the guns and were noted by
the other units as having constantly kept morale high and had fun
while still getting the job done. With the start of the training year, the
focus on Individual Battle Task Standards (IBTS) was the task-athand for 18 Air Defence Regiment. The Unit attended EXERCISE
AUTUMN GRIZZLY in October to confirm their abilities on the PWT
ranges. 18 AD Regiment’s participation level during this exercise
was noted as being significant. As a part of the IBTS training every
soldier also had to complete the Battle Fitness Test which involved
the 13 km rucksack march and a 100m fireman carry. The test was
done in November and was very successful. Remembrance day
brought back an older tradition where the Unit conducted the Minute
Gun Salute for the two minutes of silence during the Remembrance
ceremony. Concurrently, during the IBTS training soldiers traveled
to Calgary every weekend to complete courses in AITCS, Driver
Wheeled and PLQ.
Saint Barbara’s day festivities were conducted on the 8th of
December with a sports day and the Soldier’s Christmas Dinner
in the evening. The day was enjoyed by all who attended and
was a nice way to finish off 2007.
In all, 2007 was a very productive year for the Regiment and
saw many soldiers complete courses to further their careers and
abilities in the unit. The exercises were fun and included some
very thorough training and the members of the unit did a great
job representing 18 Air Defence Regiment and the Artillery.
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RHQ RCA - QGR ARC
2007 was another year for changing faces at RHQ RCA. Maj
Gerry Lessard, Capt (ex-CWO) Geoff Popovits, and Cpl Crystal
Yaroslawsky remained on staff as Regt Maj, Asst Adjt RCA, and
RHQ Clerk respectively. However, Maj Lessard has been double
hatted as the Base G1 since the fall. Capt Scott Lloyd was first
tasked away as Base G1 in spring and posted to the UK in the
summer. Bdr Randy Blowes returned to 1 RCHA in Apr, and Gnr
Chris Jenkins took his release in Nov. Finally, Sgt Dave Redford
from 1 RCHA became the RHQ Sgt in Apr, MBdr Kyle Appel
was posted in from 2 RCHA to fill the Kitshop 2ic position in Nov
and Bdr Adam Hansson (1 RCHA) joined the Worksop in Dec to
understudy Bdr Cam Bell , who will going back to the Regiment
in early 2008. The remainder of the RHQ team for 2007 were
Bdr Glen Parsons and Gnr Genevieve Bosse from the RCA
Workshop, with Bdrs Dwayne Butler and George Zinck in the
RCA Kitshop.
L’année 2007 a vu bien des visages changer au PCR de l’ARC.
Le Maj Gerry Lessard, le Capt (ex-adjuc) Geoff Popovits et le Cpl
Crystal Yaroslawsky sont restés en poste, en tant que Maj régt,
Asst Capt Adjt de l’ARC et commis du PCR respectivement. Le
Maj Lessard est aussi responsable en tant que G1 de la base
depuis cet automne. Le Capt Scott Lloyd était auparavant G1
de la base au printemps, mais il a été détaché au RoyaumeUni cet été. Le Bdr Randy Blowes est retourné au 1 RCHA en
avril, alors que l’artilleur Chris Jenkins a pris sa libération en
novembre. Enfin, le Sgt Dave Redford du 1 RCHA est devenu le
sgt du PCR en avril, le Bdrc Kyle Appel a été affecté du 2 RCHA
pour remplir les fonctions de cmdtA au magasin de fourniment
en novembre, et le Bdr Adam Hansson (1 RCHA) s’est joint
à l’atelier en décembre pour remplacer le Bdr Cam Bell, qui
retournera au régiment au début de 2008. Le reste de l’équipe
du PCR pour 2007 comprenait
le Bdr Glen Parsons et l’artilleur
Geneviève Bossé de l’atelier de
l’ARC, ainsi que le Bdr Dwayne
Butler et le Bdr George Zinck au
magasin de fourniment de l’ARC.
Even though
this year’s JOC
was cancelled,
Regimental
Headquarters
remained busy
Bien que le JOC de cette
as ever. Among
année ait été annulé, le poste de
numerous
commandement régimentaire est
events was the
resté plus occupé que jamais. Parmi
coordinating
les nombreux événements figuraient
the
opening
la coordination des cérémonies
ceremonies of
d’ouverture
de
l’exposition
the Regimental
itinérante régimentaire « Canada’s
traveling exhibit
Gunners » à Shilo (janvier), de
“Canada’s
même que le soutien du musée
Gunners”
in
de l’ARC lors de l’inauguration
Shilo (Jan), and
de la galerie des armes (août)
supporting the
et de la galerie patrimoniale des
RCA Museum
Forces canadiennes (novembre).
in the grand
Par ailleurs, le PCR a contribué
opening
of Back row: Sgt Redford, Bdr Parsons, Bdr Hansson, Bdr Butler, Bdr Zinck.
à la passation des pouvoirs du
their Weapons Front row: MBdr Appel, Cpl Yaroslawsky, Gnr Bosse, Capt Popovits. Missing: colonel commandant de l’ARCA
Gallery (Aug) Maj Lessard, Bdr Bell
lors de l’AGA de cette dernière
and
CF
(septembre) à la maison mère,
Heritage Gallery (Nov). As well, RHQ assisted with this year’s au dévoilement des monogrammes du PPLCI et du RCR sur
RCAA AGM and Change of Colonel Commandant’s (Sep) at une pièce d’artillerie commémorative à Kingston (novembre),
the Home Station, the unveiling the PPLCI & RCR Cyphers on et enfin a la commémoration du désastre de Canoe River
the Memorial Gun in Kingston (Nov), and again commemorated (novembre) au monument de Shilo. Le PCR continue toujours
the Canoe River Disaster (Nov) at the Memorial in Shilo. RHQ de servir de centre administratif pour toutes les activités non
still continues to act as the administrative centre for all RCA publiques et patrimoniales de l’ARC, telles que la levée de fonds
non-public and heritage activities such as the RCA Heritage de la campagne patrimoniale de l’ARC, les opérations annuelles
Campaign fundraising, the annual operations of the Regimental du fonds régimentaire, la publication de « Quadrant » et de
Fund, putting out both the “Quadrant”, and “Canadian Gunner”, « Canadian Gunner », le site Web de l’ARC (www.artillery.net) et
the RCA website at www.artillery.net and running of The RCA l’administration du site du magasin de fourniment et de l’atelier
Kitshop & Workshop found at www.rcakitshop.net
de l’ARC (www.rcakitshop.net).
Canadian Gunner
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RCA Museum - Musée d’ARC
Your Museum continued to connect Canadians with the
Gunner story in 2007. The traveling exhibit “Canada’s Gunners”
was home in Shilo from January to October and then moved
to the CFB Petawawa Museum. It has now been visited by
over 283,000 people since it began touring in 2005. We also
opened two new permanent galleries in the Museum. The new
Weapons Vault was opened in August and currently displays
over 90 small arms dating back to 1760. In November, we
opened the CF Heritage Gallery which tells the military history
of Canada beginning
with the arrival of the
Vikings.
Notre musée a continué de rejoindre les Canadiens en leur
présentant l’histoire des artilleurs en 2007. L’exposition itinérante
« Canada’s Gunners » était à Shilo de janvier à octobre, puis a ensuite
été présentée au musée de la BFC Petawawa. Elle a maintenant
été vue par plus de 283 000 personnes depuis sa création en 2005.
Nous avons également ouvert deux nouvelles galeries permanentes
au musée. La nouvelle voûte des armes a été ouverte en août et
compte actuellement plus de 90 armes légères remontant jusqu’à
1760. En novembre, nous avons ouvert la galerie du patrimoine des
Forces canadiennes, qui
relate l’histoire militaire du
Canada depuis l’arrivée
des Vikings.
The Museum also
Le musée a également
participated in the
participé au tournage de
filming of several
plusieurs documentaires
documentaries
et d’un long-métrage
and one feature
cette
année.
Les
film this year. The
documentaires « Vimy
documentaries
Ridge: Heaven to Hell »,
“Vimy Ridge: Heaven
« Vimy Underground »
to
Hell”,
“Vimy
et « Frostbite: Manitoba
Underground”, and
and The Cold War » ont
“Frostbite: Manitoba
été diffusés sur la chaîne
and The Cold War”
History Television et le
have been aired on
réseau CTV et vus par un
History
Television
auditoire évalué à plus de
and CTV to an
800 000 personnes. De
estimated audience
plus, le musée a fourni
of over 800,000
trois pièces d’artillerie
people. In addition, Back Row: Sgt Baldric, WW1 mannequin, Kathleen Christensen, Curator, Clive
et apporter des conseils
the
Museum Prother-Brooks, Collections Manager, Dayna Barscello, Assistant Curator, Cheryl
techniques pour les
provided three guns Van Der Raadt, Administrative Coordinator, and Chuck Whittingham, Security.
séquences
d’artillerie
and technical advice Front row: George Wolchuk, Security, Marc George, Director.
dans le long-métrage
for
the
artillery Absent: Mary Lou Barnes, Kylie Stasila (Intern)
de Paul Gross intitulé
sequences in the
« Passchendaele », qui
Paul Gross feature film “Passchendaele”, which is scheduled
devrait être diffusé en salle mondialement en novembre 2008.
for world-wide theatrical release in November, 2008.
Nous avons connu quelques changements de personnel en 2007.
We experienced some staff changes in 2007. First, we added Tout d’abord, nous avons maintenant deux commissionnaires pour
a security staff of two Commissionaires, Chuck Whittingham assurer la sécurité, Chuck Whittingham et George Wolchuk. Ensuite,
and George Wolchuk. Secondly, we were able to hire Kylie nous avons réussi à engager Kylie Stasila en tant qu’adjointe à la
Stasila as a part-time curatorial assistant for half the year. conservation à temps partiel pour la moitié de l’année. En décembre,
In December, Mary Lou Barnes retired from her position as Mary Lou Barnes a pris sa retraite de son poste de coordinatrice
Administrative Coordinator after many years of faithful service administrative après de nombreuses années de loyaux services
to DND and The Royal Regiment. Mary Lou did a great deal au MDN au Régiment royal. Elle a beaucoup fait pour le musée, et
around the Museum and she will be sorely missed. Mary Lou elle nous manquera énormément. Cheryl Van Der Raadt remplace
has been succeeded by Cheryl Van Der Raadt, who brings her maintenant Mary Lou et vient renforcer du même coup notre équipe
own outstanding skills to our team.
grâce à ses compétences exceptionnelles.
The Museum staff is looking forward to continuing to preserve
and tell the Gunner story in 2008.
Le personnel du musée est avide de continuer à préserver et à
raconter l’histoire des artilleurs en 2008. Bonne chance et bon tir à
tous les artilleurs partout!
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L’Artilleur Canadien
The
Colonel Geoffrey Brooks
Memorial
Essay Competiton
Compétition
Pour L’essai en
Mémoire du
Colonel Geoffrey Brooks
ELIGIBILITY
The Contest is open to all DND military (Regular and Reserve)
and civilian personnel and students attending post-secondary
educational institutes.
ADMISSIBILITÉ
Sont admissibles au concours tous les militaires et membres du personnel civil du ministère de la Défense nationale (Force régulière et
Réserve) et les étudiants et étudiantes du niveau postsecondaire.
TOPIC
Write on any topic of military history or specific military interest that
pertains to The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery.
THÈME
La dissertation doit porter sur tout sujet d’histoire militaire ou d’intérêt
militaire touchant le Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne.
RULES
Essay entries should be between 2,000 to 3,000 words in length.
They must be typewritten and submitted in quadruplicate. The title
and page of any published or unpublished work to which reference has been made, or from which extracts have been taken,
must be quoted and footnoted.
RÈGLES
Le texte doit être de 2 000 à 3 000 mots, être dactylographié et
être soumis en quatre exemplaires. Le titre et la page de chaque
ouvrage publié ou non publié auquel on renvoie, ou dont on cite
un extrait dans la dissertation, doivent être mentionnés dans
une note en bas de page.
Authorship of entries must be strictly anonymous. Each competitor will adopt a motto or nom de plume, which will be quoted at
the top of the entry.
Les dissertations doivent être déposées sous le couvert de
l’anonymat. Ainsi, chaque auteur ou auteure doit adopter une devise
ou un nom de plume qu’il ou elle inscrira au haut de la dissertation.
A sealed envelope will be enclosed with the entry. This envelope
will contain the service number, rank (as applicable), name and
address of the competitor. The envelope will have the appropriate motto or nom de plume only, typewritten on the outside.
Il faut joindre â la dissertation une enveloppe scellée contenant le
numéro matricule, le grade (le cas échéant), le nom et l’adresse
de l’auteur/auteure. La devise ou le nom de plume, sans autre
renseignement, doit Ítre dactylographié sur l’enveloppe.
ENTRIES ARE TO BE ADDRESSED TO:
Editor, The Canadian Gunner
The Colonel Geoffrey Brooks Memorial Essay Competition
RHQ RCA
PO Box 5000 Stn Main
Shilo, MB R0K 2A0
TRANSMETTRE LES DISSERTATIONS À:
Le Rédacteur en chef, L’Artilleur canadien
Concours de dissertation commémoratif Colonel-Geoffrey-Brooks
QGR ARC
C.P. 5000, succurs. Main
Shilo (Man.) R0K 2A0
Entries must reach RHQ RCA by 30 November 2008.
$1000.00 in prizes will be awarded. ($500 first prize, $300 second prize and $200 third prize).
Les dissertations doivent parvenir au QGR ARC au plus tard le
30 novembre 2008.
Les prix, d’un montant total de 1 000 $. (1er prix de 500 $, 2e
prix de 300 $ et 3e prix de 200 $).
JUDGING
The Editor will arrange for a committee to judge the entries. The decisions of this committee will be final. Results will be made known
in the next issue of The Canadian Gunner and on www.artillery.net.
Winners will be contacted by letter.
JURY
Le rédacteur en chef formera un comité pour l’évaluation des
dissertations. Les décisions du comité sont finales et les résultats seront annoncés dans la prochaine édition de L’Artilleur
canadien et sur le Web à www.artillery.net. Les lauréats seront
avisés de leur sélection par lettre.
The Editor and staff of The Canadian Gunner can not be held responsible for the loss or return of any essay submitted; nor shall they
incur any liability whatsoever in connection with the receipt, dealings,
judging and reports of essays.
The copyright of any essay submitted will remain with the author,
however, submission of a paper to the competition gives The RCA
permission to publish said document in The Canadian Gunner and to
retain a copy in The RCA Museum library and archives.
Canadian Gunner
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Le rédacteur en chef et le personnel de L’Artilleur canadien se
dégagent de toute responsabilité concernant la perte ou le retour de toute dissertation soumise, et de toute responsabilité
concernant la réception, l’évaluation, le traitement ou le compte
rendu de ces dissertations.
L’auteur/auteure conserve ses droits d’auteur sur la dissertation.
Toutefois, la soumission d‘une dissertation autorise par le fait
même l’ARC à en publier le texte dans LíArtilleur canadien et
à en conserver copie dans la bibliothèque et les archives du
Musée de l’ARC.
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Regimental Fund/Fond Régimentaire
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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
Revenue
As of/Des que 31 Dec 07
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
53,089.50
92.86
68.36
1800.00
0
7,027.96
0
14,778.97
10,814.00
$87,671.65
Member Assistance/Aide de membre
Bursary Awards/Bourses éducatives
Emergency Assistance/Concessions d’aide
Expressions of Sympathy/Expressions Sympathique
Total
Top Student Awards/Supérieures d’étudiant
Retirement/Retraite
Total
2,578.55
0
202.18
0
0
504.16
1,778.50
0
$5,063.39
RCA Band/Bande d’ARC
RCAA Membership/Payer sa cotisation d’AARC
RCA Museum/Musée d’ARC
Petawawa Museum/Musée de Petawawa
1 RCHA Pipes & Drums/ 1 RCHA Musuique
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD Regt
RCA School
ERE
Total
82,608.26
73.97
1,233.23
0
7,936.56
8,500
15,520.90
11,094.00
1,500
600.95
$36,148.65
1,250.00
1,500.00
0
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375.00
1,825.00
1,825.00
1,825.00
890.00
1,104.00
0
$11,094.00
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
Programmes -- Heritage/Héritage
Museum Conference
NPP Maint/Bourse de BNP
Band Conference
Total
0
15,520.90
$15,520.90
Grants/Concessions
Programmes
Heritage/Héritage
Identity/Identité
Professional Development/
Développement Professionnel
Communication/Communication
Assistance/Aide aux Membres
Recognition/Identification
Grants/Concessions
Projects/Projets
Standing Allocations/Allocation
Total Remaining/Fonds Total qui reste
7,000.00
1,500.00
0
$8,500.00
Member Recognition/Identification de membre
Expenses/Dépenses
Accounting Services/service de comptabilité
ADP Lease/Bail d’ordinateur
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Printing/Impression
Staff Trg/ Instrucion de personnel
PP&S/fournitures
Donor Rewards/récompenses des donateurs
Depreciation/Dépréciation
Total Expenses/Dépenses Total
Remaining Program Revenue/
Les Fonds programme qui reste
1,245.50
366.06
1,666.64
239.60
400.00
$7,936.56
73.97
0
0
$73.97
0
1,500.00
0
0
0
$1,500.00
Allocations/Allocations
RHQ RCA Reserve/Réserve de QGR ARC
Total
600.95
$600.95
Identity
Deployment Flags/Drapeaux de déploiement
Accroutments/Fouriments
Track Suits/survêtements
Total
0
1,233.23
0
$1,233.23
Investments/Mise de Fonds
Regimental Fund/Fond Regimentaire
Museum Building Fund/Fond de Édiface Musée
150th Anniversary Fund/Fond Anniversaire de 150e
RCA Heritage/d’héritage de l’ARC
Professional Development/
Développement Professionnel
Master Gunner Conference/
Conférence de maître canonnier
JOC/COS
Brooks Essay Competition/
Concours de colonel Geoffrey Brooks essai
Total
0
0
Total
0
$0
Communications/Communications
Gunner Layout/Disposition de L’Artilleur Canadien
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Quadrant Layout/Disposition de Quadrant
Canadian Gunner
1,333.36
313.76
345.64
2,026.00
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RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
LISTE D’ARC - PAR GRADE - 2007
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
LGEN
LGEN
MGEN
MGEN(RET’D)
BGEN
BGEN
BGEN
HCOL
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HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
HCOL
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COL
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COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
COL
HLCOL
HLCOL
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HLCOL
HLCOL
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LCOL
LCOL
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LCOL
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LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
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LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
LCOL
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
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MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
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MAJ
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MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
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MAJ
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MAJ
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MAJ
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MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
ARP
LESLIE
BEARE
STEPHENSON
BARABE
HOWARD
SELBIE
BROWNLEE-BAKER
BURTON
COLEMAN
FAIRBAIRN
LYNCH-STAUNTON
SALMON
TURNBULL
COTTEN
CROSMAN
DAVIS
DUHAMEL
FLEURY
GUNN
HIDIROGLOU
HODGSON
LACROIX
MACLEOD
MARSHALL
MIEZITIS
PETRYK
POIRIER
TREMBLAY
DEVOS
DOTY
FADER
FELSTEAD
HUBEL
LINTON
MCKAY
MCKELVEY
TENNANT
VEUGER
WIGGLESWORTH
WILKIN
ARMSTRONG
AUBIN
BARBIER
BECKING
BISHOP
BOUCHARD
BROWN
CHAMBERLAIN
CLARKE
COTTER
COUTURE
DALTON
DAME
DOUGLAS
DOYLE
DRYSDALE
FORTIN
GAUVIN
GRANT
HAMMOND
HARDWICK
HARTNETT
HARVEY
HETHERINGTON
JEAN
JOHNSON
KALOGERAKIS
KEARNEY
KILFORD
J
AB
SA
BE
JGJC
AJ
JJ
GE
BJ
J
AG
L
JH
KR
JDE
RG
JM
JJG
RD
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P
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FW
M
EN
HE
P
A
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MB
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JGA
IC
TJ
JMD
PE
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GF
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LJ
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JGA
SC
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B
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CR
NATO HQ -NORFOLK
CLS
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
HCOL - 7 TOR REGT
JTF- EAST
LFCA
DCP SHAPE
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
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JTFP HQ
CFB MEXICO
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CDI - COS COORD
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38 CBG HQ
5 GBMC
10 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
116 FD BTY
11 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCSU CENTRAL
CFD - D STRAT 3
ECOLE DE GUERRE
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
JTF AFGHANISTAN - PRT
SJS
5 BC REGT
CDAO REPUBLIC OF COTE D’IVOIRE
2 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
CDAO, PAKISTAN
31 CBG HQ - COS
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
EXCHANGE DUTY UK
CANADA COM HQ
1 CMBG HQ
33 CBG HQ OTTAWA
CDA HQ
CANMILREP
CLS
35 CBG HQ
CLS
7 TOR REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
CFLS OTTAWA (STUDENT)
34
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LAVOIE
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MACVICAR
MAGNAN
MATHESON
MCGEACHY
MCNAIR
MCNICOLL
MCPHERSON
MILLER
NAUSS
NICKERSON
NICKERSON
ROULEAU
SIMONDS
THOMPSON
TREBLAY
WILEY
WILLIAMS
WILLIS
WOODGATE
AALTONEN
ALLEN
ARAUJO
AUDET
BAKER
BAKER
BARRETT
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BEAUCHAMP
BEAUCHEMIN
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BELANGER
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BESNER
BLAKE
BOBBITT
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BOUDREAU
BRUCE
BRUNEAU
BUCHANAN
BUTLER
CANTIN
CARRAGHER
CASAULT
CHAPMAN
CHRISTOPHER
CHUBBS
COMEAU
COOK
COTE
COULOMBE
DALAL
DEJACOLYN
DESCHENES
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DORRIS
DRAHO
DUBOIS
DUFF
DUFOUR
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DUMAS
DUNN
DUPUIS
D
JAM
JR
JGP
JAA
IC
JCL
RH
DK
JB
JRM
BWG
C
DC
R
SL
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PJ
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JR
DA
JE
LA
JAY
BP
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J
DM
JECP
JAM
BJ
JLC
JGLR
JC
SA
DR
JCL
LHPS
DL
JE
JPEP
DC
PJ
JAC
SE
JMF
BJ
RJ
LA
CD
DT
JYR
JCM
DA
AM
JAC
BF
FLJP
MJ
S
KF
JMAL
JRV
JS
RS
RW
15 FD REGT
CLS
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
DGST OPS
DGISP
LFAA HQ - G5
C PROG - DFPPC 9
LFTS HQ
3 FD REGT
CLFCSC
COS VCDS
RCA SCHOOL
20 F
FD REGT
36 CB
BG HQ HALIFAX
1 FD
D REGT
CDLS (LONDON)
CAN
NSOFCOM J7
VCD
DS
26 FD REGT
DGIM
MPSA
1 AD REGT
CEFCOM
CLS
LFAA
A HQ
LFW
WA HQ
1 RC
CHA
DGIS
SP
CFSU (OTTAWA)
CLS - A3 ALO
CANSOFCOM HQ
15 FD REGT
18 A
AD REGT
CFLO EESTB WASHINGTON
CANA
ADA COM HQ
2 RC
CHA
DGM
MC
CEFCOM HQ - J5 CIMIC OPS
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RC
CHA
CEFCOM
CFC
C TORONTO
3 FD
D REGT
1 CM
MBG HQ
CLS
1 RC
RCHA
CFD
D - DJCP 3-4
CFB VALCARTIER
11 FD REGT
DGM
MC
DGO
OR
56 FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
LFWA HQ
LFW
COLORADO SPRINGS
PETE
CLS
116 FD BTY
LFTDS HQ
CDI
CLS
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB/ASU VALCARTIER
CLS
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFB VALCARTIER
RCA SCHOOL
CLS
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
DUVAL
EMBREE
FARRELL
FAUCHER
FISHER
FORTIER
FORTIN
FORTOLOCZKY
FOSS
FOWLER
FRANK
FRENETTE
GAGNE
GALLAGHER
GALLAGHER
GARANT
GARDNER
GOMES
GUTSCHER
HAMILTON-BROWN
HAMPSON
HARBERT
HART
HASKELL
HATCHER
HEENAN
HEROD
HEWITT
HOGAN
ISBERG
IVEY
JOHNSON
JOHNSTONE
JONES
KENNEDY
KENNY
KIROPOULOS
LACOMBE
LAFORTUNE
LAHAIE
LANDRY
LAROCQUE
LAVALLEE
LAVIGNE
LEACH
LEE
LEIGH
LEPINE
LESSARD
LEVATTE
LITTLE
LOTT
LYNK
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACEACHERN
MADER
MARTIN
MCGARRY
MCHATTIE
MCPHERSON
MEEHAN
MERCIER
MOLASKI
MOON
MORRISON
MURRAY
NOTARO
O’LEARY
OTIS
PAQUETTE
PAUS
JF
RD
RN
JLB
JR
JPM
SK
JE
KS
TM
GG
JL
JAS
SF
SM
G
CM
PMC
DJ
GR
JA
PG
RG
RP
GP
PJ
LW
SL
TJ
TJ
GW
WD
MB
DB
TJ
DM
S
JEJD
JMA
JFD
CS
CWJ
JLCM
JSPF
MA
TH
TJ
JPF
JBG
TW
WK
RS
DL
A
MA
RP
LR
D
LP
WG
SI
DE
JAYR
WS
RC
SW
SLM
MF
SD
JAR
DA
RM
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
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
PAYNE
PERREAULT
PICKERING
PLANTE
POSPOLITA
PREAUX
PROULX
PURCELL
REIFFENSTEIN
RICHARD
ROMEO
RUSSEL
SCHAMEHORN
SCHARLACH
SCHOTSCH
SEGARD
SEVIGNY
SMID
SMITH
ST. DENNIS
ST. GEORGE
STEWART
ST-PIERRE
ST-PIERRE
SULLIVAN
SUTHERLAND
TAYLOR
TOUSIGNANT
TROUP
VAHEY
VIEVEEN
VOYER
WICKENS
WISDAHL
WOLANSKI
YOUNG
ZURBRIGG
DUGUAY
AMBERLEY
ANDREOLA
ANDRESEN
ANDREWS
ARSENEAU
AUCOIN
AUDET
AUGER
BAMFORD
BASARABA
BASSETT
BATTEN
BEAUDIN
BEGIN
BELWAY
BERNARD
BEST
BIGLER
BISSONNETTE
BOSSE
BOSTON
BOUCHARD
BOWER
BOYECHKO
BRADEN
BRASSARD
BRUNELLE
BRUNET
BUECKERT
BURKE
CAINES
CARTER
CAUSEY
CHAN
JP
JPM
PH
JAMG
JG
PDD
JJSB
B
AE
JJ
PV
DA
JJ
T
MB
GMF
P
R
DW
JE
LK
JD
JAC
JLAP
MJC
KD
SW
JJS
KG
SDJ
JH
PA
K
SA
UJF
T
SE
MR
PC
L
ERP
RJF
RJ
MT
J
JGD
MH
S
AH
MW
P
IME
RP
JRGP
JT
CM
RD
BJ
SJ
VA
RJ
S
CJ
DYG
JP
JPEP
K
SC
TJ
DN
JA
E
Canadian Gunner
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
SJS
LFTS HQ DET VALCARTIER
STANREP AUSTRALIA
CLS
CFB SHILO
ACO ORGS
CFD - DJCP 3-7-3
20 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
LFDTS HQ DET OTTAWA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
39 CBG HQ
7 TOR REGT
LFDTS HQ
1 CMBG HQ
30 FD REGT
CANCOMHQ
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
10 FD REGT
LFAA HQ
CFD
41 CBGHQ
PK ML
4 AD REGT
JTFW HQ
2 CMBG HQ
TAC SCHOOL
VCDS
1 RCHA
CEFCOM HQ
WATC DET SHILO
DGMC
PK ML
CFC TORONTO
CEFCOM HQ
CEFCOM HQ
CFB SHILO
CFLS OTTAWA
CFJHQ
SJS OTTAWA
4 AD REGT
LFCA HQ TORONTO
EXCHANGE DUTY EUROPE
CFB SHILO
CFLO ESTB WASHINGTON
CFEC - CWID COORD OTTAWA
PSTC
LFTS HQ DET PETAWAWA
1 FD REGT
CFB COLD LAKE
CFC TORONTO
CLS
LFWA HQ
CFC TORONTO
CFD
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
DGSP
CEFCOM HQ
NORAD HQ
CLFCSC
DGSP
LFCA HQ
RCA SCHOOL
DRDC
20 FD REGT
SJS
35
RCA SCHOOL
DGMC
11 FD REGT
CLS
CDLS (W
WASHINGTON)
5 RALC
C
CDLS (W
WASHINGTON)
15 FD REGT
RMC K
KINGSTON
CDLS (LONDON)
CLS
LFTS HQ
H
4 AD R
REGT
1 RCH
HA
11 FD REGT
LFQA HQ
H
LFQA HQ
H
SJS
5 RALC
C
CLS
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
CANMILRREP BRUSSELS
5 RALC
C
CLS
DGSP
2 RCH
HA
35 CBG
G HQ
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
30 FD REGT
1 RCH
HA
RMC K
KINGSTON
15 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
CANSOFFCOM HQ - EA
CMP
7 TOR REGT
18 AD REGT
DGISP
P
RCA S
SCHOOL
4 AD R
REGT
11 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
CFB/ASU
U KINGSTON
RMC K
KINGSTON
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
3 FD REGT
R
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCH
HA
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
C
DGLEM
M
11 FD REGT
LFWA HQ
RCA S
SCHOOL
RCA S
SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
LFDTS
5 RALC
CFJHQ KINGSTON
30 FD REGT
ADM (MAT) PMPR LIST
RMC KINGSTON
2 RCHA
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CLS
1 AD REGT
LFCA HQ
15 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CHARCHUK
CHARLERY-FRANKLYN
CHETWYND
CLARKE
CLAVEAU
CLOUTIER
CLUTESI
COBER
COMEAU
COOKE
COOPER
COPPICUS
CÔTÉ-BARIBEAU
COURTEMANCHE
COURTEMANCHE
CRABBE
CREELMAN
CROWLEY
CURRIE
DAILEY
D’ARCY
DAVIS
DAWSON
DEAN
DEGAUST
DENEAU
DESROCHERS
DESROSIERS
DESTREMPES
DEWAAL
DONOVAN
DOUCET
DUFOUR
DUNLOP
DUNLOP
DUPLESSIS
DURETTE
DYKES
ENGLAND
ETHELSTON
EVANS
EYESTONE
FECTEAU
FERNET
FINNER
FITZGERALD-SLOMAN
FORSYTHE
FOURNIER
GALLANT
GAUGHAN
GAYTON
GEILEN
GENDRON
GEORGE
GILBERT
GILLAN
GILLIS
GILLMAN
GIROUX
GIVEN
GOODFELLOW
GOULD
GRAHAM
GREBSTAD
GREER
GREWAL
GROUT
HACHE
HAIRE
HAIRE
HAMPTON
HAN
A
V
J
RM
J-F
JSM
AL
JD
R
GR
LE
RF
YP
JCG
JYCM
DR
JG
MJ
KP
MP
C
WPR
SC
J
BD
ED
JLGG
JFC
MSJ
VA
TJ
LJA
AD
GM
KLA
JGF
JRM
NRR
EA
CW
S.L.
GR
JAP
MGAR
ML
K
DB
JMYN
D
PM
D
T
JBJM
GA
PDD
JDG
CA
PA
VMB
JP
LR
F
S
DW
TR
NS
NJ
MJA
KF
SG
JG
H
1 RCHA
CFRC DET MISSISSAUGA
2 RCHA
LFTS HQ KINGSTON
5 GBMC
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
CEFCOM HQ
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CFB HALIFAX
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
1 FD REGT
2 CMBG HQ
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
LFQA HQ
6 RAC
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
LFWA HQ
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
34 CBG HQ MONTREAL
TAC SCHOOL
39 CBG HQ VANCOUVER
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
MCMASTER UNIVERSITY
MONTREAL REGION CADET DET
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
2 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
TF MEME UNMO JERUSALUM
2 RCHA
LFAA TC
RCA SCHOOL
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 CMBG HQ
1 CMBG HQ
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
HANEY
HANNAN
HAREWOOD
HARVEY
HATTON
HAVEMAN
HAVEMAN
HAWCO
HEER
HEIJ
HICKS
HIGGINS
HILLIER
HISCOCK
HOBSON
HOLLERAN
HORNELL
HOWE
HUDDLESTON
HUNT
HUNTER
INSLEY
IRVING
JAMES
JOBIN
JONES
KENNEDY
KNOWLES
KRAMER
KUERVERS
KUHSE
LAJOIE
LAMB
LANG
LAURIAULT
LEBEL
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LECLAIR
LEE
LEFLER
LEGENDRE
LEMIEUX
LESLIE
LITTLE
LLOYD
LOCKRIDGE
LYTTLE
MAASSEN
MACBETH
MACCAUL
MACDONALD
MACPHERSON
MARVIN
MASSON
MATHESON
MATHEWS
MAXWELL
MCBEAN
MCCUISH
MCCULLOUGH
MCKEEVER
MCLEOD
MEADE
MEEHAN
MICHELSEN
MILLS
MONTAGUE
MOORE
MORGAN
MORRIS
IL
JAP
E
MC
ST
LM
T
JM
SA
SDA
TF
DK
PJ
M
MJJH
AN
JEJ
JM
J
W
SJ
BC
S
A
JCM
JM
LT
CD
J
SJ
GH
JPP
D
SM
JES
JGD
B
RGB
WB
PRJ
ABS
JT
JGC
S
JD
RNW
SD
AD
RJ
M
HRA
TDS
P
D
CH
S
D
JJ
TL
SD
DA
JR
D
B
RJ
DJJ
TK
EB
RT
RA
JD
NA
36
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFC TORONTO
CLS
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA
A SCHOOL
5 RA
ALC
CFB
B GAGETOWN
RCA
A SCHOOL
1 FD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
CAN
NSOFCOM
2 RC
CHA
5 RA
RALC
2 RC
CHA
SJS
S
11 F
FD REGT
LFW
WA HQ
LFWA
A HQ DET SASK
UNIVERSITE DE MONTRÉAL
20 F
FD REGT
20 F
FD REGT
15 F
FD REGT
15 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
CFB
B MONTREAL
62 R
RAC
5 BC
C REGT
5 BC
C REGT
RCA
A SCHOOL
LFA
AA HQ
11 F
FD REGT
20 F
FD REGT
EXCH
HANGE DUTY USA
RCA
A SCHOOL
2 RC
CHA
RCA
A SCHOOL
CDL
LS (LONDON)
RCA SCHOOL
1 RC
CHA
15 F
FD REGT
CMTC - OPS O WAINWRIGHT
30 F
FD REGT
RCA
A SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
56 F
FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
DGJFD OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
LFCA TC MEAFORD
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RMC KINGSTON
CANOSCOM HQ OTTAWA
4 AD REGT
CENREGHQ CADET DET TORONTO
4 AD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
MULLALLY
NAHIRNEY
NAM
NEISH
NELSON
NG
NICHOLSON
NICKERSON
NOKE
OAKES
O’BRIEN
O’DONNELL
O’DONNELL
OSTIGUY
PAGE
PAQUET
PEDERSON
PEDNEAULT
PELLERINE
PHILLIPS
PIERCE
PIGEAU
PITT
PLAXTON
PLEMEL
PLUMMER
POIRIER
POITRAS
POPOVITS
PREAUX
PRENDERGAST
RAINS
RANDELL
RAYMOND
REID-MCPHERSON
RITCHIE
ROBERT
ROBERTSON
ROBERTSON
ROBY
ROEDER
ROESLER
ROSALES
ROY
SAUNDERS
SCHOLL
SCHUTTE
SEYMOUR
SHEPPARD
SHRUM
SIMARD
SIMMONDS
SINES
SKUCE
SLOAT
SMITH
SMOLEY
SNIDER
SPEARS
STEELE
STEWART
STEWART
STIMPSON
STONE
SYKORA
SZABUNIO
TAYLOR
TEMPLEMAN
THEBERGE
THOMPSON
TIBBEL
TIBBEL
FL
DA
H
D
HBJ
NWP
RAH
CL
R
GA
JLMG
J
RA
JGAC
JRD
JR
JA
JA
TJ
JA
RM
MD
P
BC
LB
IC
R
F
GM
P
D
R
HA
MGM
CS
BE
JJ
A
TR
NS
CW
MV
MR
R
RM
I
LC
LW
R
LA
JM
JC
CS
JE
SC
MR
SW
J
JT
JA
M
PA
RT
JF
CD
PA
CR
RT
JLJ
SD
D
DV
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
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
TISCHHAUSER
TOFTS
TREMBLAY
UNDERHILL
USBORNE
VACHON
VAMOS
VAN SLYKE
VANDERMOLEN
VANDEVENNE
VAUGHAN
VIENNEAU
VOYER
WALDNER
WARNER
WARREN
WATT
WATTERS
WATTS
WATTS
WATTS
WHITE
WHITE
WHITMAN
WHITWORTH
WILKINS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIS
WILTSHIRE
WING
WOODS
WYLIE
YUVAN
BARBER
BELLEMORE
BILLING
BOSSENCE
BOUCHARD
BOURQUE
BRADLEY
BURNETT
CHIASSON
CHLEDOWSKI
COBURN
COUCH
CURR
DERENIOWSKI
DUMAS
DUNN
EKE
EVANS
FERRERA
FINELLI
FLANDERS
FONTAINE
FRASER
GILLESPIE
GRAHAM
GRANNAN
GRAY
GRIEVE
GRIMEAU
GUAY
HELMS
JACKSON
JACKSON
KELLY
KOSHMAN
LAVERY
DR
DF
SP
ELM
S
P
AJ
R
RW
DAR
JEJ
JG
M
MJ
JW
WM
I
TN
EA
J
N
GG
RG
AG
SM
AR
LM
MP
NJ
WS
JC
BV
OM
BW
EJ
CMC
NP
LRP
BG
WP
JLA
D
AWJ
ID
T
S
KR
MH
ADJ
AG
JC
C
JD
C
DL
LA
JD
K
NT
AR
AJ
J
DT
A
BM
S
F
A
LM
BH
MK
MDS
Canadian Gunner
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
17 WING WINNIPEG
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CLS
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
CDI NDHQ
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFRC MONTREAL
56 FD REGT
CFB MONTREAL
RCA SCHOOL
ASU ST-JEAN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
UNIVERISITE LAVAL
CMTC - WAINWRIGHT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
EXCHANGE DUTY USA
7 TOR REGT
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
CDLS (LONDON)
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT
LFTS HQ
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
74 COMM GP HQ
2 RCHA
CEFCOM HQ
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
CLS
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
1 FD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
1 CMBG HQ
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
DGLEM
CFMDS ST-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
37
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
LFAA HQ
5 RALC
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
11 FD REGT
R
5 RALC
C
20 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
R
CFRC G
GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
CFRG HQ - BORDEN
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
A
56 FD REGT
CANCO
OM HQ
CFRC DEET KITCHENER
2 RCHA
A
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
R
20 FD REGT
WATC D
DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
37 CBG
G HQ
CTCHQ G
GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
A
1 AD R
REGT
2 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
A
4 AD R
REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
A
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD R
REGT
4 AD R
REGT
4 AD R
REGT
11 FD R
REGT
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
4 AD R
REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
A
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 BC R
REGT
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
LECLERC-DESJARDINS
LENIS
LOUNSBURY
MCQUARRIE
MORRISSETTE
ORTIZ SOSA
RASHID
ROACH
ROGOWSKY
ROSS
SAULNIER
SKIDMORE
SOUTHEN
SYLVESTER
THURBER
TY
WALKER
WOOD
ALLEN
ANSTEY
ASTALOS
AUMOND
BANKS
BARROW
O
BARTLETT
BECK
BOUDREAU
BOWERING
BROWN
BROWN
BURT
CARTER
CONLEY
CYSIQUE
DANIELL
DAVIS
DRADER
EVANS
EVANS
FENG
FONTAINE
FOOHEY
FURMAN
GIRARDI
GIROUX
GRAVES
GUERTIN
HARVIE
HARWOOD
OO
HAUG
HELINA
HOBDEN
HUI
JAWED
JOHNSON
KEACH
KIM
KOBYLECKI
KONECNY
LABONTE
LEBEL
LEGER
LESLIE
LIZOTTE
LOISELLE
MACNEILL
MARSHALL
MAYES
MCCONNEL
MCDONALD
MCKNIGHT
MEIN
YG
G
G
A
M
M
S
CR
SC
EJ
C
NY
JP
WB
DL
GJC
CF
JA
DIA
T
M
L
J
C
HE
SW
NI
JD
CF
L
T
C
MJ
TC
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
2LT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OC
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
MEYERS
MILLER
MISNER
MORGAN
MORIN
MORIN
MYMKO
N’HAMMOUCHA
OMARI
ON
OSBORNE
PARE
PARK
PAULSEN
PETERS
PRYOR
RASHEED
REID
RIVARD
ROMAN
RUDDER
RUSHTON
SKENE
TAIT
TEALE
TEARLE
THOMPSON
TRAINI
VERLEUN
VIGOR
WALSH
WATSON
WILKEN
WILLIAMS
YOUNG
ZETTLER
ZWICEWICZ
ALEXANDER
ALIBERTI
ARSENEAULT
BARRY
BEARE
BEATTY
BEAUDET
BENZIE
BERHMANI
BERTRAND
BERUBE
BINKLEY
BOISSONNEAULT
BOYD
BROESKY
BRONIPOLSKY
BRUSH
BULL
BURKE
BURTON
BUSCH
CADIEUX
CHAFFEY
CHRISTENSEN
COADY
CROSIER
CUTTING
DAIGLE
DINNER
DONALDSON
DROLET
DURANT
EMOND
EVES
FIRLA
C
B
S
R
M
MJE
MW
MJ
S
TQ
D
M-A
SD
JD
A
WD
ST
CL
P-L
A
JD
RP
HF
G
J
NZG
C
DO
D
J
DLG
RD
Y
E
SH
RG
R
G.R
C
AS
MC
GE
D
T
M
ME
PL
L
A
V
M
M
MM
J
C
J
RJW
RL
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
5 BC REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFB HALIFAX
11 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
26 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFANS WINNIPEG
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
116 FD BTY
11 FD REGT
G
5 BC REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
1 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU (OTTAWA)
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
ARMOURED BATTLE SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFB ESQUIMALT
20 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
38
R
CS
J
KJ
J
S
N
D
DM
B
B
SA
BM
TV
JC
B
D
S
K
S
J
N
GR
K
R
A
R
D
DJ
B
I
S
RD
A
A
DE
S
B
K
J
M
C
D
T
P
F
C
K
C
R
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
116 FD BTY
NES - TERM LVE
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
7 TOR
R REGT
1 AD R
REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
RCA S
SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
1 RCH
HA
7 TOR
R REGT
CFB/AS
SU KINGSTON
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA S
SCHOOL
1 AD R
REGT
18 AD
D REGT
30 FD
D REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RMC KINGSTON
K
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
UNIVERSITE DE MONCTON
RMC KINGSTON
K
RMC KINGSTON
K
RMC KINGSTON
K
RMC KINGSTON
K
5 BC R
REGT
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
CFLDC
C HQ
QUEEN’S
Q
QUEEN’
’ UNIVERSITY
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
10 FD
D REGT
UNIVER
RISITY OF BC
CARLTO
ON UNIVERSITY
11 FD REGT
26 FD
D REGT
RMC KINGSTON
K
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG
20 FD REGT
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
CFLDC HQ
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
30 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
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
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
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
FLEET
FLEMING
FRAYNE
GELINAS
GENDRON-HOULE
GERBRANDT
GLOVER
HALSBAND
HAYMAN
HENDERIN
HILL
HOLMES
HOLT
HOSHOIAN
HOYT
JEWER
KAPA
KAPP
KELLY
KELLY
KER
KIM
KRICK
KROB
LANOUETTE
LAVOIE
LAXTON
LEE
LEMIEUX
LESLIE
LESSARD
LITTLE
LOGAN
LY
LYNCH
MCCABE
MCDONALD
MCDONALD
MCINTYRE
MOLSBERRY
MURPHY
NEVILLE
PAGE
PAISH
PARENT
PAWLIK
PELLETIER
PETO
PHANEUF
PINTO
PRYMACK
RANSOME
RATH
REBEIRO
RICHARDSON
RIGGS
RIVARD
RUTLEDGE
SHEPHERD
SKAARUP
SMITH
SMITH
STANG
STEVENSON
SUH
SULLIVAN
TEGART
THEMENS
THORNTON
TILBROOK
TOTH
TURNER
D
N
D
K
B
M
WM
N
A
C
B
PT
AG
G
D
A
D
JAM
C
M
C
M-W
BMW
J
P
F
E
S
D
EEM
A
P
J
M
J
T
ER
JCW
RJ
M
K
J
J
S
R
P
Y
NE
HLJ
R
A
C
B
S
A
M
T
M
D
SJ
KJA
S
A
MA
S
RJ
J
F
T
W
J
R
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
OCDT
CWO
ADJUC
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
ADJUC
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
VALKS
VAUGEOIS
VLAICOV
WARD
WESELOWSKI
WILLMER
WILSON
WOODDILL
YOON
YOUNG
BARTH
BOIVIN
BRACKLEY
CAMPBELL
COULOMBE
DULONG
GILKS
GIROUX
GOWANLOCK
GRENIER
HOWELL
LANDRIGAN
LEWIS
LINDER
LIZOTTE
MCDONALD
MORETTI
OGDEN
PAUL
ROBINSON
ROSA
RUSK
TEMPEST
TREPANIER
WALKER
WISHNICKI
WYNN
YETMAN
ALEXANDER
ANGUS
ATKINS
BALDWIN
BALLARD
BARTLETT
BATTEN
BEAUDRY
BENOIT
BENTLEY
BUDD
CARIS
CRITCHLEY
CUSSON
DEGREADY
DEMPSEY
DESJARLAIS
DESMEULES
ELLIOTT
EMERY
FILLIER
FRANCE
GABANNA
GALLANT
GINGRAS
GITTENS
HARPAUL
HOEGI
HUEDEPOHL
JESSEAU
JOMPHE
JORDAN
LAVALLEE
LELIEVRE
JN
CA
M
C
CN
RA
D
K
S
D
CJ
JJA
D
WA
JCD
J
TK
JMD
JW
JLA
RB
RAB
KD
JCG
JN
ML
GRJ
MS
D
DH
P
CP
J
JBN
ND
R
RB
RP
HP
MR
DP
BW
JV
RP
DA
RJ
JR
WD
BP
YJ
AJ
JRA
JJE
G
DR
JHR
JB
JMD
RE
KA
JGM
MF
RJE
WB
CP
GE
DW
TJ
JAG
JG
JSM
R
Canadian Gunner
RMC KINGSTON
1 FD REGT
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
CFB ESQUIMALT
30 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE
RMC KINGSTON
QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY
5 BC REGT
UNIVERSITY OF NB
RMC KINGSTON
CFLDC HQ
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
11 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
SUTL
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
CFRC TORONTO
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
15 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
30 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
CARELTON UNIVERSITY
CFSU (OTTAWA)
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
56 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
30 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
CARELTON UNIVERSITY
RMC KINGSTON
20 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
26 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
ARMOURED BATTLE SCHOOL
RMC KINGSTON
26 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
3 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
26 FD REGT
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
RMC KINGSTON
RMC KINGSTON
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CARLTON UNIVERSITY
RMC KINGSTON
39
11 FD REGT
CFLDC HQ
20 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
26 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
RMC KINGSTON
SUTL
5 BC RE
REGT
1 RCHA
A
JTF AFGHANNISTAN - PRT
1 FD RE
EGT
LFTEU CTC GAGETOWN
4 AD RE
EGT
1 FD RE
EGT
LFDTS HQ
H
RCA SC
CHOOL
56 FD REGT
R
5 RALC
1 AD RE
EGT
DGMC
5 BC RE
EGT
3 FD RE
EGT
30 FD REGT
R
DGMC
2 CMBG
20 FD REGT
R
1 AD RE
EGT
KINGST
TON
7 TOR REGT
R
2 RCHA
A
15 FD REGT
R
CFPM
RSM RCA
RC
15 FD REGT
R
DAT 5 NCM PD
P KINGSTON
11 FD REGT
R
2 RCHA
A
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
G
30 FD REGT
R
1 CRPG YEELLOWKNIFE
CFB SU
UFFIELD
RCA SC
CHOOL
2 ASG H
HQ
DGLEM
RCA SC
CHOOL
11 FD REGT
R
WATC DE
ET SHILO
5 RALC
RCA SC
CHOOL
4 AD RE
REGT
PETE NICOLET
15 FD REGT
R
18 AD R
REGT
4 AD RE
EGT
56 FD REGT
R
5 RALC
RMC KIN
NGSTON
CFB/ASU P
PETAWAWA
5 RALC
3 ASG GA
AGETOWN
LFDTS KIINGSTON
1 RCHA
A
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
LEMAY
LEVEILLEE
LIVINGSTONE
LOUGHEED
LOUVELLE
MACFARLANE
MACRAE
MANNY
MATTSSON
MCCORMICK
MCLEOD
MOGGEY
MONTAGUE
MOORE
MOORES
MOYER
NEILL
PAGLIERICCI
PARSONS
PEERS
PINEL
POSS
PROVENCHER
REID
RICE
RICHARD
ROEHL
ROSS
SEMBALERUS
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SURGES
VERONNEAU
WAGAR
WALKER
WALKER
WEBSTER
WESTCOTT
WILLIAMS
WOJNARSKI
ALDRED
ALLAIRE
ANDERSON
ANGEL
APPEL
AUCOIN
BABINEAU
BARNES
BARTON
BASKER
BEAUCHEMIN
BEAULIEU
BEDDOWS
BELANGER
BELL
BELLEROSE
BENNETT
BERGERON
BESWICK
BIENVENUE
BLAIS
BLANCHET
BLOUIN
BOURQUE
BOYLAN-COLLINGRIDGE
BRADY
BRADY
BRISEBOIS
BROOKS
BROSENS
BUCHANAN
JM
JAJ
SSE
BJ
GM
B
MD
JS
KC
DG
KJ
AP
RJ
JW
AC
DT
TK
JRM
PRW
BW
PJ
DL
JAM
AJ
SA
JEM
CA
JMA
DR
EP
KC
RW
K
JRA
CJA
K
KS
KE
GR
WJ
GM
DG
JMY
DTS
JMG
TM
JM
JA
EK
DP
WC
JRM
JHJ
JE
JD
SB
JBD
RF
E
AC
M
JEE
JNR
JJPR
RP
TR
A
CD
JDD
GJ
RTR
TB
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
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
ADJ
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
CAIRNS
CAMERON
CAMPBELL
CARMICHAEL
CARPENTER
CARROLL
CHUBBS
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLOUTHIER
COIT
COLE
COMARS
CONNOR
COOKE
COTE
COUPLAND
COX
CRAIG
CYR
DAMJANOFF
DAY
DESBIENS
DESROCHERS
DESROCHES
DESROCHES
DESROCHES
DIAZ
DLOUHY
DORAN
DUCHESNEAU
DURAND
EKSTROM
ELLIOTT
ELSON
EPPERT
ESTABROOKS
ETHIER
EVERETT
FILION
FINN
FLETCHER
FRANCIS
FRANKEN
FRIGAULT
FURMIDGE
GAGNE
GAGNE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GALLANT
GARDNER
GARNIER
GEREIN
GERO
GIBSON
GIES
GILLINGHAM
GOODLAND
GOSSELIN
GOURLAY
GRAVEL
GUILLEMETTE
HALL
HARRIS
HARTERY
HARVEY
HAUGHEY
HAWLEY
HAYES
HEMLIN
SDF
2 RCHA
RG
2 RCHA
MG
2 RCHA
PJ
26 FD REGT
KW
CFB PETAWAWA
CH
CDLS (LONDON)
AT
LFAA HQ
DSH
CFB SHILO
RA
31 CBG HQ
SK
1 RCHA
MH
11 FD REGT
TD
84 FD BTY
CD
5 BC REGT
DJ
CFB PETAWAWA
TC
11 FD REGT
JP
RCA S
SCHOOL
DJ
2 RCH
HA
WE
LFCA TC
T MEAFORD
EP
2 RCH
HA
DD
1 RCH
HA
CB
18 AD
D REGT
NR
RCA S
SCHOOL
PA
WATC
C DET SHILO
JHL
430 TA
AC HEL SQN
JF
RCA S
SCHOOL
JW
3 FD REGT
WJ
RCA S
SCHOOL
JE
CFRC
C OTTAWA
KS
20 FD
D REGT
JJ
32 CB
BG HQ
P
5 RAL
LC
MGS
1 RCH
HA
DW
RCA S
SCHOOL
PD
56 FD
D REGT
DR
RCA S
SCHOOL
RAA
26 FD
D REGT
MA
RCA S
SCHOOL
JWY
CFLRS
S SAINT JEAN
RJ
1 RCH
HA
JGA
62 RA
AC
PCG
WATC DET SHILO
SA
1 RCH
HA
RC
RCA S
SCHOOL
DW
2 RCH
HA
ADJ
4 AD REGT
AW
1 RCH
HA
C
5 RAL
LC
JJCR
5 RAL
LC
JMY
2 FD REGT
JPC
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
JPD
5 RAL
LC
RA
2 RCH
HA
RJ
5 BC REGT
FJ
RCA S
SCHOOL
MJ
RCA S
SCHOOL
JJ
1 RCH
HA
CL
WATC
C DET SHILO
BA
18 AD REGT
PM
RCA SCHOOL
DA
2 RCHA
JD
5 RALC
JA
20 FD REGT
JGAL CI SQFT VALCARTIER
JFA
4 AD REGT
WR
30 FD REGT
AM
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
M
1 FD REGT
JPM
CFB MONTREAL
G
1 RCHA
PJM
LFTEU
KM
RCA SCHOOL
JD
30 FD REGT
CFB VALCARTIER
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
CDA HQ- SO NCM DP 2
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CFB VALCARTIER
CMTC - WAINWRIGHT
3 ASG
ADM (MAT)
20 FD REGT
CANOSCOM HQ OTTAWA
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
CANADA COM HQ - J1 PLANS
EXCHANGE DUTY USA
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
18 AD REGT
CFB SHILO
CFNA HQ
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
SJS-JIIFC DET
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
1 RCHA
LFTS HQ KINGSTON
10 FD REGT
LFAA HQ
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
DRC GAGETOWN & REGION
DGLEM
CFB SHILO
RMC KINGSTON
RCA SCHOOL
CDN SPEC OPS
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
MARCOM HQ DET GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
QG 35 GBC
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
49 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFB MONTREAL
6 RAC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
40
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
ADJ
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
HENRY
HEREYGERS
HOOD
HOULE
JEAN
JENSEN
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
KEAN
KOZUSKA
LACHAPELLE
LAFONTAINE
LAFRANCE
LANDRY
LANNIGAN
LAVOIE
LEBLANC
LEDOUX
LEDUC
LEES
LEGGETT
LEWIS
LEWIS
LINGLEY
LLOYD
LUNAN
LUNDRIGAN
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACKAY
MACLEAN
MACMULLIN
MACPHERSON
MADORE
MANN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MATTE
MCDONALD
MCHUGH
MCLEAN
MCNEIL
MCTAGGART
MEIKLE
MEINERT
MELANSON
MILLER
MILLIGAN
MIROSNIKOV
MORIN
MORRISON
MOSES
MOSHER
NOEL
NORMAND
NUGENT
OSMOND
OUELLET
PARISIEN
PARKER
PENNEY
PEPIN
PERREAULT
PERREAULT
PERREE
PERRON
PICARD
PINARD
POPE
POPOVITCH
PRICHARD
JAR
NA
KM
NR
JPD
BR
AG
KT
RD
DR
JGS
JA
JA
JJPJP
JC
JDA
JDC
JSM
JANS
GP
CR
CA
PJ
DL
T
DD
WE
GK
JR
JH
WD
JP
JJ
ET
DC
FR
JD
MJ
JAF
JW
C
KD
SD
TR
KM
SJ
JC
RD
DE
AEL
JJG
DK
RE
JE
JMD
JG
PJD
KC
JM
PEEJ
RP
PH
JDS
MG
RL
M
JCL
JAA
JGG
DH
B
N
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
ADJ
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
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
QUINLAN
QUIRION
RADEY
RAE
REYES
REYNOLDS
RIGBY
RIPLEY
RIVARD
ROBERTS
ROSENBERG
ROY
RYAN
SAINT-PIERRE
SANGSTER
SAUVAGEAU
SAVARD
SCHNARR
SENECAL
SHARPE
SHORTT
SILVERA
SIMENSEN
SIMOURD
SIMPSON
SKINNER
SLACK
SNODGRASS
SPROUL
STEWART
STIRMEY
STOREY
SYNNETT
THERRIEN
THIBAULT
THOLBERG
TON
TURCOTTE
VIDAL
WHITE
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILVERS
WITTEBOLLE
WYMAN
WYSE
ZACHARUK
ALEXANDER
ALLEN
ANDERSON
ANDRESEN
APPERLEY
ARSENAULT
ATTRUX
ATTRUX
AUDET
BAIRD
BAKER
BALLARD
BANNISTER
BARKLEY
BARNES
BARRY
BATEMAN
BAUN
BAYLIS
BEACH
BEATTY
BEAUDRY
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
SW
C
KM
GA
PM
AV
CA
DR
JLA
C
PW
JYCA
JLE
JNE
AA
JRD
JBJP
RG
JPJC
R
JP
SC
EB
JA
DM
AJL
HR
AM
SG
JAW
JAG
AJ
JAJ
JBM
PJ
RD
RSB
KR
JRF
HL
BJ
DM
JA
PA
GJ
GW
WH
SL
MA
DR
TC
TM
DR
GS
SA
DL
D
SG
DS
DB
KD
RE
SLJ
DG
GWL
GH
DJ
BD
RW
JPS
MJ
M
Canadian Gunner
RCA SCHOOL
CFB BORDEN
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
116 FD BTY
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
LFQA HQ
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
CFB BORDEN
5 BC REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CDN SPEC OPS REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
CMTC - WAINWRIGHT
CANSOFCOM HQ
LFCA TC DET OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU (OTTAWA)
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFLRS ST-JEAN DET BORDEN
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
RCSU PACIFIC
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
DGMC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU (E)
CFSU OTTAWA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
41
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 CMBG HQ & SIG SQN
CFLSTSC BORDEN
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
CDLS (LONDON)
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RAL
LC
RCA S
SCHOOL
5 RAL
LC
3 FD REGT
R
CTCHQ
Q GAGETOWN
62 RA
AC
RCA S
SCHOOL
CFLRS
S - ST JEAN
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
15 FD
D REGT
LFCA TC
T MEAFORD
20 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
R
2 RCH
HA
4 AD R
REGT
CFRC FREDERICTON
F
LFQA
A HQ
5 RAL
LC
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
7 TOR REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
P
4 AD R
REGT
RCA SCHOOL
S
RCA S
SCHOOL
1 RCH
HA
11 FD
D REGT
1 RCH
HA
18 AD REGT
30 FD
D REGT
30 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
CDN S
SPEC OPS
1 RCH
HA
11 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
HA
4 AD R
REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 AD R
REGT
5 RAL
LC
11 FD
D REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
CAN PARA
PA CENTRE
2 RCH
HA
5 BC R
REGT
CFAD DUNDURN
30 FD REGT
INDIV TRG NCO KINGSTON
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
5 RALC
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
BECHMANIS
BELLMORE
BENARD
BERGERON
BLACK
BLACKBIRD
BODMAN
BOGLE
BOND
BOUCHER
BOUDREAU
BOURGAULT
BOURGAULT
BOURGUIGNON
BOYD
BRAKE
BREMNER
BROOKES
BROWN
O
BUCHAN
BUENACRUZ
BURTON
BUTTS
BUTTS
BYRNS
CADWALLADER
CALOGERO
CAMERON
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CARRASQUEIRA
CARRIERE
CAVIN
CHADWICK
CHAMPAGNE
CHEVALIER
CHIU
CLARK
CLOUTIER
COCHRANE
COLBOURNE
COLEMAN
COMPTON
CREPEAU
CREPEAULT
CROCKFORD
CROFT
CYR
DAKS
DALLAIRE
DAVIS
DAVIS
DESCHAMBAULT
DESGAGNE
DESLAURIERS
DEVEAUX
DICKSON
DOLOMONT
DONOVAN
DOWE
DRAKE
DUNPHY
DUONG
DUPUIS
DURRANT
EDWARDS
ENAULT
EWING
FALARDEAU
FISHER
FISK
FITZGERALD
MI
BK
JJCP
S
S
CA
ADAM
KW
A
J
JJA
A
JMM
JRM
PK
JL
CRF
BG
JH
DG
JN
RJ
DES
WT
JMD
RC
D
TA
JA
MA
R
JRP
J
FE
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SG
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
FLYNN
FLYNN
FORTIN
FOSTER
FRASER
FUGERE
FURBER
GAGNON
GARDY
GARRETT
GAUDETTE
GAUTHIER
GAUVREAU
GENEREUX
GENEST
GERMAIN
GILBERT
GITZEL
GODFREY
GO
GOLDING
GOSSELIN
GRAHAM
GRAHAM
GRESL
GRIFFIN
GRIMMER
GRULKE
GUILLE
HACHEY
HALE
HALL
HAMEL
HAMMOND
HARRIS
HARRISON
HAUGEN
HAWTIN
HEGG
HENDRICKSON
HENNEBERRY
HENRY
HENRY
HERMAN
HEWITT
HILL
HOFMAN
HOLLAND
HOLMES
HOLT
HOUSER
HOYT
HUDON
HULETT
HUSEBY
HYSKA
IMAMOVIC
IRVINE
JACKSON
JACQUES
JARVIS
JEFFREY
JENEREAUX
JOHNSTON
KEAN
KEATING
KENNEDY
KHLYUSTOV
KIDSON
KILLEEN
KLEIN
KLIMEK
KNAGGS
BW
JLS
JYS
DS
RW
JMA
JL
JPD
KR
R
JFSP
JGM
JES
JBRR
VAE
JPP
JCJ
GJ
SC
CA
T
AL
G
CP
TG
A
ED
DW
CJ
TE
RW
DJR
JGD
CA
CJ
EF
JD
DG
FE
J
AA
RK
AA
RD
JW
SW
MW
T
B
AL
BE
JORE
SE
RA
SAJ
L
JT
A
JMD
JC
SM
SE
SR
CJ
RJ
JJ
A
TDC
JT
JWG
GP
DJL
JBD
K
JI
S
CM
DA
A
DC
JNP
JMM
KM
IW
JD
CL
G
C
RV
Y
JLS
JPA
PD
J
PG
RR
BMA
TR
K
TV
JNA
WE
OJ
JAJS
RK
S
EC
MEG
D
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
LFCA TC MEAFORD
RCA SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
CFJIC
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFB VALCARTIER
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
JTFC HQ TORONTO
C G
CFB
GAGETOWN
G O
CAN PARA CENTRE
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
116 FD BTY
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
C
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
WATC DET SHILO
CDN SPEC OPS
INFANTRY SCHOOL GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
DGISP
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
WATC DET SHILO
1 FD REGT
42
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT
LFCA TC DET PETAWAWA
C/O CFSU (O)
5 RALC
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
RCA SC
SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CDN SPEC OPS
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 BC RE
EGT
CFRC ST JO
OHNS NFLD
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFSU (O
OTTAWA)
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD RE
EGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
RSCE (P
PRAIRIE)
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
C
56 FD REGT
LFWA HQ
Q
32 CBG HQ
7 TOR REGT
R
15 FD REGT
11 FD RE
EGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
CFB SUF
FFIELD
CFRC HA
ALIFAX
10 FD REGT
11 FD RE
EGT
3 FD REGT
CFLRS SA
AINT JEAN
CFB GAG
GAGETOWN
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
LFWA TC SHILO
5 BC REGT
RCA SCHOOL
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
KOOISTRA
KOSTUK
KOWALISHEN
KREMER
KUPRESAK
KURP
LABBE
LADOUCEUR
LADOUCEUR
LAMOUROUX
LANGEVIN
LAPLANTE
LAPTHORN
LARADE
LAROCQUE
LAVOIE
LEET
LEFEBVRE
LEGGE
LEITCH
LELOND
LENIUS
LEUTE
LEVESQUE
LEWIS
LILLY
LINDSAY
LLOY
LLOYD
LOCKHART
LORIMER
LORTIE
LUCE
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACKAY
MACPHERSON
MAHER
MAJOR
MANS
MARCHANT
MARNER
MARTIN
MARTIN
MASON
MASON
MCALEER
MCDONALD
MCGARRIGLE
MCGOWAN
MCKINNON
MCLAUGHLIN
MCLEAN
MCLEAN
MCNEILL
MEADOWS
MELSTED
MENA OROSTEGUI
MENA-OROSTEGUI
MERSON
MIGNEAULT
MOORES
MOREAU
MORGAN
MORGAN
MORNINGSTAR
MORRELL
MORSE
MURPHY
MURRIN
MUSSON
MYLER
NADEAU
BE
P
G
FA
JS
KM
JDSK
JAM
JRA
ED
JPEJ
JGD
ASE
A
BA
JJM
K
JDS
DM
MJ
CE
JA
YJJ
JRD
L
TRS
JP
D
G
RB
R
E
K
JD
RG
RK
J
DT
MD
KR
JA
N
AW
NR
JA
NR
LA
RA
MH
SA
AC
DT
KJ
MG
PL
AD
DR
PH
SE
MCL
D
JBP
BJ
JR
RJ
KJ
JRGR
RW
TC
MA
JP
D
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
NECHELPUT
NELSON
NERI
NERON
NEWTON
NICKERSON
NORMAND
OFTEDAL
OLIVER
OLIVER
ORLANDO
PAQUIN
PARLEE
PATRY
PAYNE
PECKFORD
PENNER
PERUSSE
PETHICK
PHILPOTT
PIGEON
PINKERTON
PLAMONDON
PLANTE
POPOVITS
PORRITT
PORTIGAL
POWER
POWER
PRATT
PRENTICE
PREVOST
Q
QUERQUES
Q
QUIGLEY
QUINN
RAE
RAMSEY
REDFORD
REID
REID
REINDERS
RHEAULT
RICHARDS
RIZZUTO
ROACH
ROBITAILLE
ROGERS
ROUSSEAU
RUSSELL
RUSSELL
SAJADI
SARNELLI
SCHEIB
SEALE
SEAWARD
SEGUIN
SHEPPARD
SHORT
SIMMONS
SKUCE
SLEEP
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SODERBURG
SOONDRUM
SOPHA
SPRAGUE
SQUIRES
STAINTHORPE
STEWART
ST-LAURENT
TT
D
CE
JDE
DA
AE
JGE
DA
EE
S
G
JRA
KM
JHYG
BG
CA
S
JYMF
RC
GAW
JGD
CD
B
JAS
CW
HL
IH
JM
KVB
FJ
AP
C
JJ
BD
DE
B
AJ
DA
CE
RT
MA
JP
KK
A
TE
JGM
DC
JSM
DA
K
K
SC
R
JW
EK
RS
N
BJH
TJ
C
TR
DP
I
KJ
KM
V
SM
JR
TD
GA
TA
SL
Canadian Gunner
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
2 RCR
LFCA TC MEAFORD
4 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
2 GS BN PETAWAWA
30 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
10 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFEWC
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB EDMONTON
18 AD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
10 FD REGT
CFB BORDEN
2 RCHA
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
43
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
LFCA TC MEAFORD
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
LFCA TC DET PETAWAWA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
LFW
WA TC
1R
RCHA
JTF
F-A HQ
5 RG
GC VALCARTIER
1 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFLLRS SAINT JEAN
17 W
WING WINNIPEG
1R
RCHA
11 F
FD REGT
WAT
TC DET SHILO
2R
RCHA
26 FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
5R
RALC
RCA
A SCHOOL
CFR
RC ST JOHN’S
PPCLLI BATTLE SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
1R
RCHA
2R
RCHA
4 AD REGT
1R
RCHA
CFLLRS SAINT JEAN
CFB
B GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
1R
RCHA
CFLLRS SAINT JEAN
TAC
C SCH
5R
RALC
1R
RCHA
WATC DET SHILO
WAT
2R
RCHA
11 F
FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFLLRS SAINT JEAN
1R
RCHA
4 AD REGT
CFB
B SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
RTF-COLD LAKE
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
CAN PARA CENTRE
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
WATC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
CDI
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
STRICKLAND
STROHM
TALBOT
TARRANT
TAYLOR
TEAL
TENNANT
THIBAULT
THOMPSON
THORBURNE
THORNE
TODD
TOPPLE
TRITES
TUFTS
TULLETT
TURNER
VAILLANCOURT
VAMOS
VENEMA
VOYER
VRKLJAN
WALSH
WARD
WARE
WATERFIELD
WATTERS
WEAGLE
WEAVER
WEBB
WHEELER
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WILSON
YOUNG
YOUNG
ZAFAR
ZIMMER
AKEROYD
ALLAIN
ALLARD
ANCTIL
ANDERSON
ANTLE
APPEL
ARCAND
ARMSTRONG
ARSENEAULT
ASPIROT
ATKINSON
BALICKI
BARRICK
BEAUPRE
BEAVER
BEDARD
BELANGER
BELLEMARE-CARON
BELVAL
BENNETT
BERUBE
BIELEWICZ
BILODEAU
BINGHAM
BLAIR
BLAKELY
BLAKEMORE
BONNEAU
BOODHAN
BOSSE
DC
JM
JMD
IJ
K
SC
R
JRS
FB
TA
CW
AG
K
GP
K
AO
PR
JBA
LA
ME
I
A
JFP
S
RA
MJ
TSHN
GR
S
WE
MA
GA
LJ
SJ
WS
MG
RM
KM
O
A
DL
JK
M
KH
MBDI
TC
DP
KG
SJ
CP
JJP
JE
RGM
KMJ
SLNM
JPS
JW
JCD
S
JF
SJY
MR
TD
G
CN
DH
JD
MLJ
RG
MJDH
B
FJR
BDRC
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
BDRC
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUFFARD
BOYD
BRAID
BRICKELL
BRINTON
BROMLEY
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BUREAU
BURKE
BURNS
BURTON
BUSHEY
CALVERT
CAMERON
CANNING
CARMODY
CARPENTIER
CHEVREFILS
CHURCHILL
CLARK
CLARK
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLOUTIER
COLES-WEBB
COLOSINO
COMEAU
CONNAUGHAN
CONWAY
COTE
COUGHLAN
COUPAL
COXWORTHY
CROFT
CROOK
CROW
CURNEW
CUSSON
CUTLER
DAVIE
DAWE
DAYMAN
DEAN
DEMPSTER
DESCHAMPS
DEVEAU
DEVEAU
DOHERTY
DORION
DOUCET
DOYLE
DOYLE
DUBAS
DUCHESNE
DUFOUR
DUFOUR
DUPLESSIS
DUPONT
EMBRETT
EMERY
ENGRAM
ETORMA
EVANS
EWING
FALLS
FEDOROV
FEHR
FEKETE
JCM
JS
JJCY
PK
RD
BL
DJ
HJ
A
PA
JE
JRC
KD
MD
BA
SK
MR
TR
SE
DM
JJPY
RG
TD
GO
JR
JS
MM
JG
BP
GG
E
JR
JD
PGC
CF
EA
NK
KA
KE
AD
RTAJ
JR
AA
CR
ST
BJD
KL
TJ
JF
B
D
RB
DM
DS
B
KG
DM
JNMS
ES
MGA
OJ
M
PC
AJR
TR
JD
RLM
DGE
TS
GV
JA
R
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
1 FD REGT
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
INFANTRY SCHOOL GAGETOWN
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
11 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
408 TAC HEL SQN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
4 AD REGT
CFEME BORDEN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
31 CBG HQ
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB MONTREAL
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
44
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB HALIFAX
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RAL
LC
4 AD R
REGT
LFWA TC
T DET SHILO
RCA S
SCHOOL
2 RCH
HA
18 AD REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
2 RCH
HA
1 AD R
REGT
5 RAL
LC
CFB B
BORDEN
1 RCH
HA
30 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
7 TOR
R REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 BC R
REGT
731 COMM SQN
1 RCH
HA
1 AD R
REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
2 RCH
HA
2 RCR
R
2 RCH
HA
10 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
4 AD R
REGT
1 RCH
HA
26 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
1 RCH
HA
3 FD R
REGT
CDN SPEC
S
OPS
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
1 FD R
REGT
5 RAL
LC
3 FD R
REGT
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
RCA S
SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
56 FD REGT
8 WG TRENTON
CANSO
OFCOM HQ
5 RAL
LC
CFSAL BORDEN
5 RAL
RALC
RCA S
SCHOOL
5 RAL
LC
1 RCH
HA
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
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
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
FIANDER
FILIATRAULT
FLEMING
FOOTE
FORTIN
FRASER
FREILL
FRENCH
GAGEN
GARDELL
GARDINER
GASTON
GAUTREAU
GEE
GENTRY
GILLESPIE
GINGRAS
GIROUARD
GODATALLA
GODDARD
GODSOE
GOGUEN
GOUDREAU
GOURLIE
GOW
GOYER
GRADY
GRAHAM
GRIMSHIRE
GUERIN
GUILBAULT
GUILLEMETTE
HAGUE
HALMRAST
HANSEN
HARDER
HARPE
HARVEY
HENRIQUEZ
HERBERT
HIGGINS
HILCHIE
HILLIER
HINCH
HODGSON
HOGAN
HOLLELEY
HOMER
HOOD
HOWLETT
HUARD
HUMBER
HUSSEY
INGLIS
INNISS
JAWORSKI
JAX
JOFRE
JOHNSTON
KACHANOSKI
KAUS
KELLEY
KENNY
KENNY
KER
KIRK
KIRKPATRICK
KNAP
KNOLL
KOESTLMAIER
KOSHMAN
KRISTIANSEN
RM
CA
AD
LA
LP
DD
B
SM
C
CWF
BE
DF
A
A
E
DJ
JAM
HJJN
YM
RG
C
JL
BDRC
JC
RJ
JMP
RP
AL
W
JCM
JMC
JRE
MR
TL
DW
CS
TA
BT
DK
CR
GE
AC
TS
JI
CA
GD
SF
SL
SW
AJ
JJG
DR
GC
DR
RA
TG
CSL
R
AM
LA
JAW
CT
HAN
RE
SE
JK
JK
DM
BJ
MP
CMM
JF
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
KROEKER
KUIACK
KURTAGIC
KUZ
LACERTE
LACOSTE
LACROIX
LAHAYE
LALANCETTE
LANDRY
LANGLOIS
LARADE
LARADE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LATULIPPE
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLOND
LEFEBVRE
LEFEBVRE
LESZCZYNSKI
LEVESQUE
LITTLER
LOGAN
LOHNES
LOUCKS
LUTEN
LYBBERT
LYNDE
LYSHOLM
MACDONNELL
MACDOUGALL
MACHTMES
MACKEIGAN
MACKENZIE
MACNEIL
MADDISON
MAKTHEPHARAK
MALLEY
MALLEY
MANNS
MARCOUX
MARLOW
MARRISON
MARTIN
MARUYAMA
MATTERS
MATTHIES
MAY
MCBURNIE
MCCARRON
MCCAULEY
MCCOLLUM
MCKENZIE
MCLAUGHLIN
MCNEELY
MEDCALF
MELVIN
METHOT
MICHAUD
MILLER
MILLER
MITCHELL
MONTEMBEAULT
MONTGOMERY
MONTGOMERY
MONTY
MORNEAU
SD
AD
G
MJ
JCJ
JS
P
JA
AYJP
B
MC
DA
MD
EJP
R
LC
JFL
B
CM
F
JC
M
RC
RC
JRJ
D
AM
JD
CA
KA
KD
RK
RJ
W
B
DA
SG
WA
DW
SC
ML
B
FS
MJ
RJC
LMM
R
RG
JD
K
GJ
TH
SK
PG
BM
MJ
CR
R
NR
EC
WA
MA
I
JD
MA
RK
RD
JDJM
DJ
RL
MFJ
M
Canadian Gunner
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
COS J3
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
CFLRS
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
6 RAC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
2 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
LFCA TC MEAFORD
DGOR
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
HALIFAX
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFSATE BORDEN
CFB SUFFIELD
LDSH (RC)
30 FD REGT
12 AMS SQN
45
4 AD REGT
1 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RA
ALC
2 RCHA
5 RA
ALC
116 FD BTY
5 RA
ALC
26 F
FD REGT
WAT
TC DET SHILO
5 RA
ALC
RCA SCHOOL
C/O
O CFSU (O)
4 AD
D REGT
4 AD
D REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
18 A
AD REGT
26 F
FD REGT
15 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
4 AD
D REGT
5 BC
C REGT
5 BC
C REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD
D REGT
2 RCHA
30 F
FD REGT
2 RCHA
CDN
N SPEC OPS
2 AIIR MOV SQN
4 AD
D REGT
1 FD
D REGT
5 BC
C REGT
56 F
FD REGT
15 F
FD REGT
4 AD REGT
10 F
FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
3 FD
D REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD
D REGT
15 F
FD REGT
3 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
TAC SCH
18 AD REGT
COS J3
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MUISE
MUNRO
MURPHY
MURRAY
MUSGRAVE
NIITTYNEN
NISBET
NOVOSAD
NOWELL
O’NEILL
ORCHARD
ORGAN
ORTIZ
OSBORNE
OSTER
OUELLETTE
PACHA
PAISLEY
PANCHUK
PANKRATZ
PARE
PATRY
PAUL
PEARSON
PENNER
PENNEY
PEREIRA
PERREAULT
PIERCE
PIERRE
PITRE
POLYVYANNY
PONZA
PORTER
POULIOT
POWELL
POWER
PYLYPOW
QUICK
RAFUSE
READ
REIN
REMPEL
REOCH
RHEAUME
RHIND
RICKETTS
ROBERTSON
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHEAU
ROGERSON
ROSADIUK
ROSSITER
ROZEMA
SABADOS
SARK
SAUNDERS
SCHMIDT
SHEEHAN
SHEWCHUK
SHILLINGTON
SILLANPAA
SIMMONDS
SIMMONS
SIMPKINS
SIMPSON
SMITH
SMITH
SOVA
SPRAAKMAN
SROKA
STAIRS
C
DMJ
JL
JM
D
DJW
BR
DAW
CGG
RAC
RS
BJ
AR
EC
K
S
TR
MC
JL
WA
JCJF
SJG
KR
SJ
D
DJ
D
JRES
KS
KB
CJF
A
B
CJ
JY
CT
WJH
CM
T
SR
RC
CM
GB
GD
GJLP
SD
LJ
J
DL
NR
PE
LA
NJ
KJ
DG
BM
CJ
JT
PD
RM
CR
PEL
KO
PE
AD
JW
LW
RD
PJRW
CP
WA
DA
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
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
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
STANIER
STANIEWICZ
STANSFIELD
ST-HILAIRE
STOCKER
STRONG
SWEATMAN
SWITZER
SYLVESTER
SZILBEREISZ
TAYLOR
TERLESKI
TESSIER
THEAKER
THIBEAU
THIBEAULT
TIERNAY
TOMLINSON
TURGEON
TWOHIG
VAN DAMME
VERDON
VERNER
VIRGOE
VREUGDENHIL
WALKER
WALKER
WALSH
WALTS
WATERFIELD
WATERS
WEAVER
WEISS
WERON
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
WICKRAMARATNA
WIEBE
WILKINS
WILSON
WINDL
WINTERS
WOOD
WOOD
WOOD
WORONCHANKA
WRIGHT
YOUNG
ABBOTT
ACKER
ADAMACK
ADAMS
ADAMS
AHLSTROM
AHMED
AIKENS
AITKEN
ALLARY
ALMON
AN
ANGERS
ANSTEY
APPEL
AREL
ARLT
ARMANDA
ARSENAULT
ATKINS
ATKINSON
ATWOOD
AUBIN
M
L
BA
JJP
KD
J
MI
DS
NB
JP
FA
CBW
JED
FJ
IT
JF
WEE
JA
JGJ
AT
JMJ
JNF
HDJ
CSG
DB
H
SDR
MJ
MA
MJ
D
AM
JK
RS
DH
DT
JJ
WS
JN
CM
GA
EVM
M
J
KD
SJ
MD
IJ
BG
RJ
C
WJ
EJH
SR
DD
HMM
SC
WJ
MD
NH
CS
C
JD
WM
D
SM
JAD
D
S
VO
DS
D
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CAN PARA CENTRE
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFRC DET LETHBRIDGE
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CDI
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFSU (OTTAWA)
11 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFSMI KINGSTON
LFWATC DET SHILO
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
116 FD BTY
CFB SHILO
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CMTC - WAINWRIGHT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
CFRC GAGETOWN
2 PPCLI
4 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
46
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFSU (OTTAWA)
10 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
18 AD REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
5 RAL
LC
7 TOR
R REGT
1 RCH
HA
5 RAL
LC
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
1 RCH
HA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCH
HA
4 AD R
REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
RCHA
5 BC R
REGT
CFB S
SHILO
20 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
18 AD REGT
2 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
4 AD R
REGT
7 TOR
R REGT
WATC DET SHILO
30 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
10 FD REGT
1 FD R
REGT
7 TOR
R REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFB SHILO
S
1 FD R
REGT
CFB S
SHILO
CFB S
SHILO
1 RCH
HA
CFSAT
TE BORDEN
1 FD R
REGT
1 RCH
HA
30 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
7 TOR
R REGT
5 RAL
RALC
30 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
CFB TRENTON
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
AUCOIN
AUDET
AURINI
AVERY
AYGUN
B LEVESQUE
BABB
BABIN
BADCOCK
BAILEY
BAILEY
BAKER
BAKKE
BALL
BANKASINGH
BARDOUK
BARKER
BARNARD
BARNEY
BARR
BARTLETTE
BATH
BAXTER
BAYNE
BAZETT
BAZINET
BEAMISH
BEATTIE
BEAUDET
BEAULIEU
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
BEAUREGARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BÉDARD
BELAIR
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELL
BELLOWS
BENCHARSKI
BENEDETTI
BENOIT
BERIAU
BERNIER
BERTHELOT
BERTHIER
BERUBE
BETKER
BETTLE
BETZ
BIGRAS
BILLARD
BILLARD
BIRT
BISHOP
BLACK
BLACKWOOD
BLAEDOW
BLANCHET
BLANCHETTE
BLINN
BLOWES
BOESE
BOGGS
BOIVIN
BOLAND
BOLGAK
J
KJM
JA
SA
H
PM
AE
AA
TR
C
DR
CJ
DC
JB
TO
S
TC
W
TM
K
RM
RJ
R
MW
AM
JRAG
D
JD
MB
M
R
ME
M
EDD
M
JL
W
F
JF
JMC
JRF
CE
SM
P
JE
DD
CC
AM
ME
M
NHA
C
RW
JD
NPR
JSC
GR
PP
RG
DR
SD
JC
I
AMGN
N
BK
RE
KD
AHL
F
JP
Y
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BONVILLE
BONVILLE
BOOKER
BOOKHOLT
BOOTH
BOTHWELL
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHER
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOUFFARD
BOURDREAU
BOURSIER
BOUTILIER
BOUTILIER
BOWEN
BOWMAN
BOWSER
BOYD
BOZEK
BRADLEY
BRANNEN
BREMNER
BRETON
BRETON
BRIAND
BRICKENDEN
BRIDGE
BRISTOW
BROAD
BROUILLARD
BROUSSEAU
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BRUCE
BRUNET
BRUNETTE
BUCK
BUNKE
BURHOE
BURKE
BURNS
BUSKE
BUSSIERES
BUTLER
BYRNE
CALCUT
CALVE
CAMPBELL
CANTIN
CAOUETTE
CAREY
CARIOU
CARNEGIE
CARON
CARRIER-BLANCHETTE
CARTWRIGHT
CASEMENT
CASPER
CASTELLANOS ZETINO
CATER
CATHCART
CATON
CELESTER
CHABOT
CHADWICK
MJ
RM
S
J
WD
TE
J
JMJ
JRG
SM
JF
DD
JJS
S
SJC
S
D
JGD
AD
AR
DS
BH
JC
DD
MT
MJ
R
JD
JMA
JPG
JP
JR
M
CL
JA
L
M
GJ
J
MR
WE
JCF
JNM
BA
K
JA
TG
MJR
KJ
MB
DLF
CL
CR
G
G
RA
JJF
JT
K
TJ
JAG
JRY
TE
RJ
TA
WA
CH
MHP
BR
JJ
SPJA
F
Canadian Gunner
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFSPDB EDMONTON
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
CMTC - WAINWRIGHT
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
8 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
TRENTON
3 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
LFTS HQ KINGSTON
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU (OTTAWA)
CFB GAGETOWN
CFB SHILO
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
47
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RA
ALC
2 RCHA
PPCLLI BATTLE SCHOOL
2 RCHA
11 F
FD REGT
RCA
A SCHOOL
5 RA
ALC
RCA
A SCHOOL
56 F
FD REGT
1 FD
D REGT
2 RCHA
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
2 RCHA
56 F
FD REGT
20 F
FD REGT
1R
RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD
D REGT
20 F
FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD
D REGT
3 FD
D REGT
1 RCHA
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
4 AD
D REGT
4 AD
D REGT
1 RCHA
GAG
GETOWN
3 FD
D REGT
1 AD
D REGT
5 RA
ALC
1R
RCHA
RCA
A SCHOOL
26 F
FD REGT
5 RA
ALC
15 F
FD REGT
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
1 RCHA
20 F
FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
408 TAC HEL SQN
10 FD REGT
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CHAMBERLAIN
CHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE
CHARETTE
CHARLONG
CHARRON
CHEESEMAN
CHELKOWSKI
CHENARD
CHERNIAWSKY
CHEUNG
CHILTON
CHOUINARD
CLARK
CLARK
CLARK
CLAUS
CLINE
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
COAD
COELHO
COLE
COLE
COLLIER
COMEAU
COMEAU
CONNORS
CONRAD
CONROD
CONWAY
CONWAY
COOK
COOK
CORBEIL
CORBETT
CORDEY
CORDY
CORMIER
CORNECT
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COULSON
COURCY
COUSINEAU
COUTURE
COUTURE
COZANNET
CRANNEY
CRAWFORD
CRIPPS
CUGLIARI
CUMMINGS
CUNNINGHAM
CYR
DAIGLE
DALE
DALLAIRE
DALTON
DALTON
D’AMICO
D ANGELO
D’ANGELO
DANIELL
D’ANJOU
DARVEAU
DAUDELIN-CORBEIL
DAUPHINAIS
D’AUTEUIL
DAVIDSON
B
E
JACT
MJDR
J
BJF
ML
DAJ
KW
KR
JK-Y
J
MA
DD
MD
LD
TMJ
BR
D
JAJP
MJ
P
C
A
KW
PB
CL
JA
JC
BG
S
CL
TP
MCJJ
ND
IMR
MM
SJP
GK
MJ
PA
DJTA
FRA
JJF
SR
JF
SJN
NE
CJ
M
YF
O
R
WM
AC
CA
LJ
T
ED
SG
CMB
GM
TJ
F
L
DSL
JCF
M
JJA
SJM
FD
SM
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DAVIES
AL
DAVIES
RJA
DAVIS
JJB
DAVIS
SF
DAWKINS
MG
DAWKINS
MG
DAY
PA
D’CRUZ
JL
DE GUZMAN
GJ
DEAN
KR
DECELLES
VM
DECHAMPLAIN
SJ
DEGERNESS
TC
DEITNER
LC
DELISLE
S
DELORME
T
DEMERS
SJJ
DEN BESTEN
J
DENNINGER
RA
DEROO
JF
DESJARDINS
JRRF
DESJARDINS
PM
DESJARLAIS
TJ
DESROSIERS OUELLET M
DESRUISSEAU
RA
DEVEAU
C
DEVEAULT
JJPD
DEVEREAUX
G
DEZIEL
JDJ
DILLELLA
MR
DION
JFM
DION
SF
DOHERTY
KR
DOUCET
L
DOUCET
L
DOUGLAS
CAJ
DOWLING
PR
DOYLE
BC
DREW
C
DROLET
MBM
DRUMMOND
MS
DUCHARME
AR
DUCHESNE
JMB
DUCHESNE TANGUAY JMA
DUCHESNE-TANGUAY
DUFFY
SD
DUFOUR
T
DUGUAY
F
DUNKLEY
G
DUNNET
EEW
DUNPHY
C
DUNVILLE
JMC
DUPUIS
JALM
DUPUIS
P
DURAND
JLPS
DUTCHAK
RJ
DUTKA
AE
DUVAL
JGF
DYKE
A
EARL
GD
EBERLE
RG
EDWARDS
DB
EELHART
CD
EGGERT
DP
ELLIOTT
KD
ELLIOTT
MT
EMBERLY
BD
EMBRO
BC
EMOND
JRJY
ERICKSON
L
ERLING
JD
EVANS
RLM
EVANS
TA
2 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFJIC
5 RALC
116 FD BTY
CFMSS BORDEN
30 FD REGT
CANSOFCOM
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
CANSOFCOM
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
TAC SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
48
INITS ENDROITS
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
CFB COLD LAKE
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
CFB TRENTON
CFSPDB
B EDMONTON
5 RALC
C
1 RCH
HA
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD R
REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
56 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
C
2 RCH
HA
CFB CH
HILLIWACK
1 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
R
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
C
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
C
CFB GA
AGETOWN
1 FD R
REGT
1 RCH
HA
1 AD R
REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
20 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
1 RCH
RCHA
1 AD R
REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
C
2 RCH
HA
5 RALC
C
4 AD R
REGT
58 AD B
BTY 6 RAC
1 RCH
HA
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
3 FD R
REGT
18 AD REGT
3 FD R
REGT
2 RCR
R
1 RCH
RCHA
1 RCHA
LFCA TC MEAFORD
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
116 FD BTY
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
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
EVANS
FADER
FAIRBAIRN
FARR
FARROW
FAWDREY
FEHRMAN
FERGUSON
FERREIRA
FERRIS
FIELDWEBSTER
FILLION
FLETCHER
FLETCHER
FLYNN
FOLZ
FORREST
FORREST
FORSYTHE
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORYSTEK
FOSSUM
FOSTER
FOSTER
FOSTER
FRADETTE
FRANCIS
FRANCIS
FRANK
FRASER
FREEMAN
FUJII
FURBER
FURMANEK
FURNIVAL
GAGNE
GAGNE
GAGNE-MONFETTE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAL
GARBUIO
GARRETT
GARRISON
GATHERUM
GAUTHIER
GAVEL
GEDEON
GERROW
GERVAIS
GERVAIS
GERVAIS
GIBERSON
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIGNAC
GIGUERE
GILBERT
GILBY
GILES
GILLIS
GINGRAS
GINGRICH
GIRARD
GOBEIL
GODBOUT
RS
NA
DT
MDG
BW
ME
SL
T
CM
R
EJ
R
A
SC
M
NL
JG
T
AL
D
JRP
JYS
PJU
M
DB
A
BL
JT
D
KJ
SM
RWN
M
S
J
JA
J
JS
M
SJ
RJR
C
JJL
L
P
MR
DE
T
CL
MC
D
SB
RA
DJG
SJA
T
CAG
BJA
DLG
RA
RA
JRP
PPA
JS
SR
CA
KL
JLF
CP
JF
JPR
DS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
GODIN
GODIN
GODIN
GOGUEN
GOLDER
GOLDING
GONEAU
GONTHIER
GOODING
GOODMAN
GOSSELIN
GOUIN
GOUTHRO
GRABAUSKAS
GRAJEWSKI
GRANT
GRATTON
GRAVELLE
GRAY
GRAY
GREALEY
GREENE
GREENWOOD
GREER
GREGOIRE
GREGORSKI
GREGORY
GRIFFIN
GRIFFIN
GUAY
GUEVARA
GUILBEAULT
GUNTON
GUY
HABOLD
HACHEY
HAGE
HALE
HALLE
HAMEL
HAMILTON
HAMILTON
HAMZIC
HANNAFORD
HANNAH
HANNAM
HANRAHAN
HANSSON
HARALDSON
HARNISH
HARPELLE
HARRINGTON
HARRIS
HARRIS
HARRISON
HARTJES
HARVEY
HASSAN
HATTY
HAUSER
HAWE
HAWKINS
HAWKINS
HEDE
HELD
HELKA
HEMEON-MARTIN
HEMMONS
HENDERSON
HENRY
HERBERHOLZ
HETHRINGTON
EM
JGC
KA
DJ
MH
CH
JAS
JF
MM
J
SE
JOS
EPW
PGJ
RAC
M
JRR
AR
MJT
N
MC
PP
RA
JG
PY
SK
BJ
KCJ
KS
W
CT
JAP
A
KJ
F
AM
MM
CC
JFJR
GK
J
TF
O
A
WW
RB
CS
AJC
TS
MDJ
PD
C
C
R
CJ
KC
KD
A
RP
T
WD
JJ
RM
JA
DR
JB
J
AG
VB
CN
M
GCC
Canadian Gunner
11 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GREENWOOD
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
433 ETAC BAGOTVILLE
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
3 ASG
1 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 BC REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
49
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RC
CHA
1 RC
CHA
15 F
FD REGT
CFB
B GAGETOWN
CFLR
RS SAINT JEAN
1 RC
CHA
3 FD
D REGT
1 RC
RCHA
20 F
FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
56 F
FD REGT
1 RC
CHA
20 F
FD REGT
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
4 AD
D REGT
3 FD
D REGT
3 FD
D REGT
20 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
3 FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
2 RC
CHA
CFB
B SHILO
1 RC
CHA
2 RC
CHA
1 RC
CHA
CFS
SRDB
1 RC
RCHA
CFLR
RS SAINT JEAN
1 FD
D REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
1 FD
D REGT
56 F
FD REGT
RCA
A SCHOOL
20 F
FD REGT
1 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
116 FD BTY
20 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
5 RALC
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
HILL
HILL
HILLIER
HILLIKER
HO
HOBB
HODGSON
HODGSON
HOLLAND
HOLM
HOLMES
HOLMES
HOLT
HOO
HOOPER
HOPE
HOPKINSON
HORAN
HOSZKO
HOUGH
HOUSTON
HOUTEKAMER
HOVELKAMP
HOWELL
HOWELL
HOYT
HUBBARD
HUDON
HUMBER
HUMMEL
HUNKA
HUNTINGTON
HUSCROFT
HUSSIEN
HUSSINI
HUTCHINGS
HWANG
HYATT
IKERENGE
INGRAM
JACKMAN
JACOBS
JACQUARD
JAMES
JANVIER
JARZABEK
JENKINS
JENKINS
JEUNE
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSTON
JOKSIMOVIC
JOSEPH
JOUVET
KADAK
KALLSEN
KARG
KASE (TUCKER)
KAY
KAY
KEEN
KEENE
KEEPING
KEIM
KELLEY
KELLOWAY
KELLY
KELLY
KELLY
BC
R
T
CA
I
M
K
RJE
JWB
A
AD
TGA
C
SGB
EG
APR
RH
JE
ED
KW
RN
R
NW
JD
STE
DC
M
D
DR
CA
ORA
JR
TL
S
Z
CA
A
MN
JA
R
CD
JG
J
OJL
JME
M
DJ
MC
MA
JL
O
OB
TG
JD
B
N
JLC
J
MM
JD
AR
AER
GDP
EB
K
R
N
JE
JB
D
DFJ
RJ
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
KENDALL
KENNIS
KERIK
KESHVARI
KETTLE
KHEIRALLAH
KHOKHAR
KHOUDJA-POIRIER
KHOURY
KIRK
KOCH
KOLOPENUK
KUCHARIK
KUEHL
LABADIE
LABONTE
LACHANCE
LACHAPELLE
LACOSTE
LAGACE
LAJAMBE
LAJOIE
LAJOIE
LAKE
LALONDE
LALONDE
LALOR
LAM
LAM
LAMARRE
LAMBERT
LAMOUR
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANGFORD
LANGFORD
LANGILLE
LANGLOIS
LANGLOIS
LANK
LAPOINTE
LARDHI
LARDNER
LARIVIERE
LARKIN
LAROCQUE
LAST
LAU
LAVALLIE
LAVERGNE
LAVERS
LAVIGNE
LAVIOLETTE
LAVOIE
LAW
LAWTHER
LAYTON
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LECLAIR
LECOZ
LEDOUX
LEDUC
LEE
LEE
LEE
LEFORTE
LEGENDRE
LEGGE
LEHTON
RA
RA
ML
A
G
EK
AY
K
MAM
JT
FP
PJ
MD
RE
SJP
M
E
JF
KFM
L
JL
C
D
SK
F
JJCA
C
JKY
KL
JFJG
RJJ
LM
E
GJF
JGR
K
DA
G
RG
GM
L
JC
P
A
CJ
CJR
DJ
SJM
SV
K
JPL
EEJ
CL
DJO
J
S
K
RC
JA
AFM
DT
JGA
RHJ
JSJ
JP
KL
M
T
DW
SAS
MR
DO
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
CFSRDB
116 FD BTY
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
4 AD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
CFB SUFFIELD
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CFSPDB
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFB VALCARTIER
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 AD REGT
1 AD REGT
20 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
3 ASG GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
50
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
WLE-COLD LAKE
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCH
RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
1 AD REGT
R
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CFB S
SHILO
2 RCH
HA
5 RALC
2 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
RCA S
SCHOOL
1 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
7 TOR
R REGT
7 TOR
R REGT
7 TOR
R REGT
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
C
20 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
5 RALC
C
2 RCH
RCHA
1 FD R
REGT
4 ESR G
GAGETOWN
1 FD R
REGT
2 RCH
HA
2 RCH
HA
5 RALC
C
11 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
1 FD R
REGT
4 AD R
REGT
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
C
CDN SPEC
S
OPS
15 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
30 FD REGT
4 AD R
REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
C
1 FD R
REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
4 AD R
REGT
116 FD
D BTY
5 RALC
C
2 RCH
HA
2 RCH
RCHA
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
LEHTON
LEMIEUX
LEMIEUX
LEROUX
LESSARD
LETENDRE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LIMOGES
LITT
LIVELY
LOEPPKY
LOGUE
LOISELLE
LOMBARA
LONDON
LONGMIRE
LORTIE
LOSCOMBE
LOSIER
LOW
LOWE
LUCHTMEYER
LUKIV
LUSK
LUSSIER
LYNCH
LYNDE
MA
MACARTHUR
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACHAN
MACINNES
MACINTOSH
MACKELVIE
MACKIN
MACKINNON
MACKINNON
MACKINNON
MACLAREN
MACLEAN
MACLEOD
MACNEIL
MACNEIL
MACPHERSON
MACRURY
MAGGIOLO
MAHEU
MAHEUX
MALIKOV
MANDEVILLE
MANGROVE
MANUEL
MARIER
MAROIS
MARSMAN
MARSTON
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTINEAU
MARTINEAU
MARTINEZ
MASALES
MASSCHAELE
YM
DFP
MJL
MD
MAL
TJR
ER
PA
RR
SA
JPGR
N
MK
RJ
GJ
O
J
S
CQ
PN
ML
JO
GR
RL
BP
SE
J
JM
RG
DJW
J
CG
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
MASTERSON
EA
MATHESON
RR
MATYJANKA
CR
MAXIMILIEN
G
MAXWELL
BD
MAY
MG
MAYERS
P
MAZUREK
D
MCAULEY
DW
MCCAFFERY
C
MCCARTHY
DM
MCCLELLAND
BR
MCCLEMENT
CA
MCCORMICK
SD
MCCOY
C
MCCRON
MK
MCDONALD
AJ
MCDONNELL
BS
MCGILL
S
MCGREGOR
TS
MCGUIRE
TM
MCIVOR
TAA
MCKENNA
JP
MCKINNON
KG
MCKNIGHT
JSB
MCLEAN
CL
MCLEOD
PAG
MCLEOD
WJ
MCMULLEN
CD
MCNEIL
D
MCNEIL
MD
MEADE
MW
MEAHAN
JE
MECHAKRA
T
MEGER
J
MELVIN
AV
MENDES
RD
MERCADO
MDC
MERCIER
JDP
MERMANS
PWH
MESSENGER
NA
MESSERSCHMIDT LM
MICELI
PM
MICHAUD
JKE
MICHAUD-HEBERT
MILES
BF
MILLAR
S
MILLETTE
S
MILLS
JA
J.A
MIN
RY
MINK
GL
MONGEAU
JAYRP
MONTEBLANCA MC
MONTGOMERY
JL
MORAN
RJ
MORENCY
GD
MORGAN
B
MORGAN
J
MORGENSTERN A
MORIN
DC
MORIN
JMG
MORRISON
KA
MORTON
CJI
MUCICKO
JD
MUELLER
JD
MUISE
C
MULTON
LM
MUNRO
I
MUNRO
KH
MURRAY-WOOD JE
MYERS
D
NELSON
A
Canadian Gunner
FI
JA
SP
K
SP
PR
JB
DP
LR
ML
T
FAP
GA
B
AM
KM
SR
KR
MA
E
J
Y
JSS
CC
J
BE
SEA
M
JW
D
JK
JME
LRJ
RA
CP
D
W
M
MP
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
10 FD REGT
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
5 BC REGT
26 FD REGT
CFB SHILO
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
51
INITS
ENDROITS
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFSCE KINGSTON
CFSRDB
7 TOR REGT
4 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
116 FD BTY
LDSH (RC)
30 F
FD REGT
5 BC
C REGT
4 AD
D REGT
56 F
FD REGT
10 F
FD REGT
2 RC
CHA
CFLR
RS SAINT JEAN
4 AD
D REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RC
CHA
2 RC
CHA
2 RC
CHA
56 F
FD REGT
30 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
4 AD
D REGT
18 A
AD REGT
30 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
3 FD
D REGT
4 AD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
5 RA
ALC
CDN
N SPEC OPS
5 BC REGT
11 F
FD REGT
11 F
FD REGT
5 RA
ALC
RCA
A SCHOOL
1 RC
CHA
2 RC
CHA
5 RA
ALC
1 RC
RCHA
7 TO
OR REGT
17 WING
W
WINNIPEG
5 RA
ALC
56 F
FD REGT
1 RC
CHA
26 F
FD REGT
BAG
GOTVILLE
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
LDSH (RC)
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
CFB SHILO
15 FD REGT
CFB EDMONTON
116 FD BTY
1 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
LS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
NELSON
NELSON
NG
NGUYEN
NICHOLSON
NICKEL
NICOLE
NIELISSEN
NOEL
NOLIN
NORMAN
NORMAND
NUTTALL
NYIMU
O’BRIEN
O’DELL
O’DELL
O’DONNELL
OGBEMUDIA
OLTHOF
ORTH
ORZA
OSADCHUK
OSBORNE
OUELLET
OUELLET
OVERY
PAKHLAVUNI
PALMER
PALMER
PALMER
PAPINEAU
PAPKE
PAQUET
PAQUIN-PAUZE
PARADIS
PARENT
PARENT
PARKER
PARKIN
PARRIS
PARSONS
PARSONS
PARSONS
PASTERSHANK
PATEY
PATRY-YOUNG
PAUL
PAYETTE
PAYNE
PAYNTON
PEARCE
PECSI
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLEY
PENNEY
PENNEY
PEPLER
PEPPARD
PERO
PERPELUK
PERRON
PERSICO
PETERS
PETERSON
PETKOVICH
PHILLIPS
PHILLIPS
PHILPOTT
PIGEON
PILON
RBE
TW
A
PQD
JE
ET
S
RJ
PR
JRJ
TW
S
JD
SN
SD
DL
SM
KM
P
JJ
NL
RM
NW
CH
J
JF
J
K
GC
JA
JW
JAJ
DP
JSG
MAF
VMG
JJM
SJD
C
JF
ND
BG
RG
SC
LB
SL
JLJ
RP
JF
JW
TA
GRA
J
H
KJ
DJ
RAA
SJ
R
MRBR
RWA
KD
JJM
GA
BR
SD
DF
M
TJ
GAW
D
RJ
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
PLANETTA
POBURN
POBURN
POIRIER
POIRIER
POLLARD
POLYWKAN
PONZA
PORTER
POTTS
POTTS
POWER
POWER
POWER
PREVOST
PREVOST
PRICE
PROULX
PRYCE
PULLEN
PULLINGER
PYLYCHATY
RAMIREZ
RAMSEY
RANDALL
RAOUL
RATELLE
RATTIE
RAYMOND
REED
REESOR
REGIMBAL
REGIMBALD
REGIS
REICKER
REID
REID
RENAUD
RENAUD
REYNOLDS
RICE
RICH
RICHARD
RICHARDSON
RIDEOUT
RIGBY
RIOUX
RIOUX GOYETTE
RISTO
ROACHE
ROBBINS
ROBERGE
ROBERTS
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHEAU
ROBIDOUX
ROBINSON
ROBINSON
ROCHEFORT
ROSS
ROSS
ROSS
ROUILLARD
ROUSSELLE
ROUTLEY
ROY
ROY
ROY
ROZON
SABEAN
SALEH
SW
CJM
MC
PJS
TW
RC
RK
B
AJM
KP
AC
E
JJP
JR
DP
JGJF
JD
JD
R
DR
DS
MP
GO
CB
NA
J
AR
JA
C
AM
K
RA
JG
J
M
A
GJJP
DJ
JJCB
S
PN
GE
DL
KH
TR
CNC
M
AM
JJ
GS
D
MJ
TS
JA
M
NR
EJL
JW
ML
JJE
MJ
W
CM
PMA
CE
JRK
JJR
JM
SJW
JSJC
JP
M
26 FD REGT
440 (T) SQN YELLOWKNIFE
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
HMCS PRESERVER
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
LFCA TC MEAFORD
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB GREENWOOD
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
3 ASG DET MONCTON
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
26 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
49 FD REGT
TF 3-08 NCE
2 RCHA
GREENWOOD
52
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
R
1 FD RE
EGT
1 AD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
A
5 RALC
CANSOFCOMM HQ OTTAWA
1 RCHA
A
5 RALC
15 FD R
REGT
11 FD R
REGT
CFSRDB
B
20 FD R
REGT
7 TOR REGT
R
1 FD RE
EGT
4 AD RE
EGT
4 AD RE
EGT
5 RALC
4 AD RE
EGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
A
20 FD R
REGT
4 ESR GA
AGETOWN
2 RCHA
A
CFLRS ST-JEANN-SUR-RICHELIEU
4 AD RE
EGT
20 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
A
5 RALC
4 AD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
A
4 AD RE
EGT
58 AD BT
TY 6 RAC
402 SQN WINNIPEG
2 RCHA
A
11 FD R
REGT
RCA SC
CHOOL
5 RALC
1 AD RE
EGT
4 AD RE
EGT
5 BC RE
EGT
CFLRS SA
AINT JEAN
4 AD RE
EGT
3 FD RE
EGT
5 RALC
TAC SCH
5 RALC
3 FD RE
EGT
11 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR R
REGT
15 FD R
REGT
26 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
3 FD RE
REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
SAMPSON
SAMPSON
SAMSON
SARGENT
SAROFEIM
SAULTER
SAUMURE
SAUVE
SAVAGE
SAVARD
SCHAEFER
SCHMIDT
SCHUITEBOER
SCHULZ
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT
SEBESTEN
SECORD
SEQUIRA
SETO
SHAUGHNESSY
SHAW
SHAW
SHEETS
SHELDRICK
SHEPPARD
SHEPPARD
SHERWOOD
SHIELDS
SHIELS
SHULIST
SIMARD
SIMONEAU
SIMPSON
SINGH
SINGS
SIROIS
SLADE
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SOUVENY
SPANOS
SPEERS
SPENCER
SPILKIN
SPITAL
SPRICENIEKS
SPRINGMAN
ST PIERRE
STACEY
STACK
STALEY
STANG
STAPLES
STEWART
STEWART
STOCKDALE
STONE
STONE
STOPPA
STOREY
STRAUS
STUBBS
SUTHERLAND
AE
FJ
CJD
GW
MMN
CG
MJA
SA
SL
S
M
AP
SP
C
D
DB
JG
RA
IA
C
BM
P
MY
DR
K
NT
MR
MD
L
TF
MB
ERH
TLG
JS
MN
SJ
SP
S
M
M
KM
AP
B
CD
EM
LJ
M
SJ
MW
P
HJ
AM
G
EM
JK
PJ
C
JN
GDM
JJ
CE
CR
BA
KM
A
R
TB
CJ
DP
CM
CT
A
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
SVAB
SWALLOW
SWARTZ
SWEEZEY
SYLKA
SYLVESTRE
SYME
SZAROZ
TAHAN
TALBOT
TATCHELL
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TENNANT
TESTA
THACH
THIBODEAU
THIBODEAU
THOMAS
THOMAS
THOMAS
THOMAS
THOMPSON
THORBAHN
THORDARSON
THORNE
THORNTON
THYSSEN
TIETZ
TIMMS
TIMOSHIN
TOBIN
TOM
TOTH
TOUCHETTE
TOYNE
TREKOFSKI
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TUCKER
TURMEL
TURNER
TYMCHAK
UBBING
UMLAH
UNDERWOOD
VAILLANCOURT
VAILLANCOURT
VAILLANCOURT
VALLEVAND
VAN DAMME
VAN EVERY
VANDECAVEYE
VANDERHULST
VANROOYEN
VEENSTRA
VEILLEUX
VEILLEUX
VELAND
VENNE
VEZINA
VIALETTE
VIAU
VILLENEUVE
VOTH
WALKER
WALKER
WALKER
WALOSZEK
WALSH
LA
DS
BRJ
SPA
D
JF
TS
MS
A
JSAP
AM
BME
DF
ID
KN
DD
MG
P
A
JM
G
GR
J
RR
RB
J
TM
OGT
MD
HPW
C
JP
Y
BL
KLC
R
JBB
J
RL
GS
JLA
JIR
JF
L
DTL
MH
REW
LP
CL
CRC
G
PC
TR
SJ
L
ZJ
A
C
E
J-P
C
JLLE
JGPE
JAF
JMMP
KW
A
C
SDR
IH
E
DE
Canadian Gunner
1 FD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
5 RALC
20 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
TRENTON
116 FD BTY
11 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
4 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
LFCA TC MEAFORD
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 CMBG HQ & SIG SQN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
20 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
CFSU (OTTAWA)
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
53
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
15 FD
D REGT
4 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
15 FD
D REGT
20 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
HA
20 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
RCHA
1 FD REGT
2 RCH
HA
1 RCH
HA
20 FD
D REGT
5 BC REGT
56 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
HA
7 TOR
R REGT
4 AD REGT
116 FD BTY
15 FD
D REGT
CFB V
VALCARTIER
15 FD
D REGT
CMTC
C
CFB SHILO
S
5 RAL
LC
4 AD REGT
5 RAL
LC
20 FD
D REGT
1 RCH
HA
20 FD
D REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
S
5 BC REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
5 RAL
RALC
2 RCH
HA
10 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
1 RCH
HA
10 FD
D REGT
2 RCH
HA
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
TRENTON
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
1 RCHA
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
MBDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
WALSWORTH
WALTON
WALTS
WAMBOLDT
WARREN
WATRICH
WEARE
WEAVER
WEGNER
WEIR
WELDON
WELLS
WERON
WHITTEN
WIENS
WIERENGA
WIERSEMA
WILD
WILKINSON
WILL
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WILSON
WILSON
WILSON
WILSON
WINDL
WINSOR
WISEMAN
WISWELL
WOLFE
WONG
WONNENBERG
WOOD
WOOD
WORSLEY
WOTHERSPOON
WOTHERSPOON
WRIGHT
YANIRE
YOUNG
YUNG
ZACHER
ZAHR
ZAKARIAN
ZAREMBA
ZARIWNEY
ZELLICK
ZHONG
ZINCK
ZWICKER
ABBRUSCATO
ADDISON
AHN
AKACHUK
ALBERT
ALBRECHT
ALCIME
ALEXANDER
ALEXEEF
ALLEN
ALLEN
ANDERSON
ANDRES
ANDREWS
ANDREWS
ANDREWS
ARKLES
ARMSHAW
ARMSTRONG
MA
TA
BA
BD
KR
C
JA
S
DJA
KP
RV
CE
AJ
RJ
EA
AT
K
MR
MLMM
RB
BA
JC
MJA
AL
AM
RGS
RJ
SW
KIJ
JC
MS
HP
TB
E
DN
AL
KD
SR
JA
LJ
DMW
K
MBP
V
AW
R
HL
TS
RJ
NJ
J
GG
W
S
AM
P
D
SL
DJ
O
T
AS
BD
RA
JR
SLNM
J
LJDE
W
BJ
E
N
ART
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
SDT
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
PTE
PTE
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
ART
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
ARSENAULT
ASKOLA
ASTALOS
ATKINS
AUBIN
AUBIN
AUGER
AUGER
AULENBACK
AVERY
AZIZ
BAILEY
BALASUBRAMANIAM
BALL
BALL
BANDEH-MOGHADAM
BARBE
BARKER
BARKHOUSE
BARNES
BARNES
BARNETT
BARRETT
BARTZ
BATES
BATES
BAYER
BAYER
BEAMISH
BEAULIEU
BECKMAN
BEDARD
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELLEHUMEUR
BENJOE
BENN
BENNETT
BENNETT
BENOIT
BERARD
BERARDI
BERNDT
BERUBE
BESAW
BHATTI
BHATTI
BIDINOST
BIGLOW
BILAN
BINNS
BIRCH
BIRDSELL
BIXBY
BLACK
BLAIS
BLIGH
BLIGH
BLODGETT
BLUE
BOGGS
BOISSON
BOIVIN
BOLEY
BONESSO
BONNEAU
BOOTHE-ESPEUT
BORTHWICK
BOSSE
BOUCHARD
BOUDREAU
J
J
KJ
C
JMG
M
C
M
DJ
N
O
W
S
CJ
DR
M
MJ
EW
N
GI
RC
DH
BC
MM
BR
L
FP
J
MW
M
MJ
R
D
S
WJ
YDJ
D
JL
M
NSP
W
MRJ
JJ
AL
M
B
HS
MS
RJ
D
JL
JH
TG
AS
KD
ME
S
K
R
TM
K
JR
S
S
M
EC
G
GM
RC
GMG
R
E
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 BC REGT
407 (MP) SQN
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
116 FD BTY
5 BC REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
CMTC - WAINWRIGHT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
15 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
2 RCHA
1 AD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 BC REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
54
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
C
2 RCHA
A
RCA SC
CHOOL
7 TOR R
REGT
1 RCHA
A
5 BC RE
EGT
7 TOR R
REGT
5 BC RE
EGT
26 FD REGT
R
1 FD RE
EGT
116 FD BTY
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
G
56 FD R
REGT
30 FD R
REGT
18 AD R
REGT
56 FD R
REGT
5 BC RE
REGT
RCA SC
CHOOL
1 FD RE
EGT
2 RCHA
A
5 RALC
C
18 AD R
REGT
5 BC RE
EGT
5 RALC
C
5 RALC
30 FD R
REGT
1 RCHA
A
10 FD R
REGT
2 RCHA
A
2 RCHA
A
2 RCHA
A
1 FD RE
EGT
26 FD R
REGT
56 FD R
REGT
1 AD RE
EGT
5 RALC
C
4 AD RE
EGT
7 TOR REGT
R
7 TOR REGT
R
11 FD R
REGT
11 FD REGT
R
10 FD R
REGT
11 FD R
REGT
26 FD R
REGT
56 FD R
REGT
11 FD REGT
R
2 RCHA
A
5 RALC
C
15 FD R
REGT
15 FD R
REGT
1 AD RE
EGT
26 FD R
REGT
10 FD R
REGT
18 AD R
REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
PTE
GNR
GNR
SDT
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAULT
BOULIANNE
BOURDEAU
BOURGOIN
BOUTILIER
BOWMAN
BOYCE
BOYD
BRADLEY
BRANCONNIER
BRANCONNIER
BREMNER
BRITTON
BROBST
BROOKS
BROOKS
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWNING
BRUNKE
BUCHANAN
BUCKLEY
BUECKERT
BURKE
BURNS
BURNS
BURROWS
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CANART
CARL
CARLSON
CARON
CARRIER
CARTER
CASTLE
CAVEEN
CHACON
CHALLIS-LEE
CHANG
CHAO
CHAPDELAINE
CHAPPEL
CHARLES
CHARRON
CHARTRAND
CHARTRAND
CHATTERTON
CHEN
CHENG
CHERUBINI
CHETWYND
CHO
CHOI
CHRISTIE
CLARK
CLARK
CLARK
CLARKE
CLARYSEE
CLEMIS
CLOUTIER
COLE
COLES
COLES
COLYN
CONNOR
CONQUIST
COOK
NRJ
M
J
MMLE
JJ
DJB
KW
JR
R.J.
JEM
MD
TDJ
TA
JE
R
AE
JR
GR
JM
RF
D
TJ
C
S
H
BM
KD
N
MCB
BR
DA
TA
M
AB
KR
C
S
WM
M
MD
J
SC
K
K
C
NL
BJ
S
J
K
AC
K
A
AM
TJ
S
VH
AW
A
AW
LWJ
GT
CC
QPJ
D
CJA
M
ME
SD
KJR
SC
SE
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
ART
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
ART
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
SDT
SDT
GNR
GNR
PTE
SDT
PTE
SDT
PTE
GNR
PTE
CORLISS
JJ
CORNEAU
JAJ
CORRIVEAU
D
COTE
G
COTE
JP
COUGHLAN
TMD
CRAMER
DH
CREANEY
DC
CROCCO
JJ
CROWCHIEF
CP
CRUZ
JVB
CULVER
JC
CUNNINGHAM
D
CUNNINGHAM
S
CURRALL
DD
DALE
SG
DAMGAARD
MR
DAMPHOUSE
P
DANIELSON
LD
DASPE
E
DAVEY
MGJ
DAVIDSON
S
DAVIS
AT
DAVIS
RF
DAYTON
VR
DE PASQUALE
TJJ
DEBLOIS
D
DEBOER
RA
DEGERNESS-CRASWELL M
DEMERCHANT
CS
DENSMORE
S
DENT
MW
DESAMPARADO DIV
DESBIENS
OS
DESILETS
NF
DESROCHES
DJ
DESROCHES
RW
DHUGGA
I
DIGGS
AKL
DINH
A
DINH
KK
DINSMORE
MJJ
DION
J
DODGE
JM
DODGE
JA
DOERKSEN
RA
DOHERTY
ST
DOLMAN
DB
DONISON
AR
DORADEA
LE
DORION
KC
DORVAL
C
DOUCETTE
M
DOUGHERTY
JB
DOWSON
KM
DRAGOS
C
DRISCOLL
RP
DUFFUS
B
DUGUAY
J
DUMAINE
G
DUMAS
AA
DUMAS
G
DUMONT
DUMONT
PR
DUNBAR
R
DUNLOP
JAI
DUPERRE
C
DUPONT
AB
DUPONT
SJT
DUPONT
TA
DURAND
D
DURSTON
TS
Canadian Gunner
4 AD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
1 FD REGT
5 RALC
4 AD REGT
1 AD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
1 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
1 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
3 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
56 FD REGT
55
INITS ENDROITS
4 AD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
20 FD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
20 FD
D REGT
18 AD
D REGT
4 AD REGT
116 F
FD BTY
5 RA
ALC
1 RC
CHA
56 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
5 BC REGT
56 FD
D REGT
5 RA
ALC
11 FD
D REGT
10 FD
D REGT
3 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
11 FD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
5 RA
ALC
26 FD
D REGT
3 FD REGT
15 FD
D REGT
2 RC
CHA
5 BC REGT
11 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
5 RA
ALC
56 FD
D REGT
3 FD REGT
26 FD
D REGT
11 FD
D REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD
D REGT
7 TOR REGT
30 FD
D REGT
5 RA
ALC
1 FD REGT
56 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
56 FD
D REGT
11 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
ART
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
EARLE
EARNSHAW
EDEN
EDISON
EDMONDSON
EGLOFF
EGRESSY
EIKELENBOOM
EIKELENBOOM
EL-BAGHDADY
ELCOMBE
ELDRIDGE
ELLINGSON
ELLIOTT
ELLIOTT
ELMAN
ENNS
ENNS
ESPINOSA
EUM
EVANS
EVELYN
EVERETT
FAIRBANK
FARQUHAR
FARQUHAR
FEADER
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERREIRA
FESER
FIGUEROA-BARRERA
FILLION
FITZHERBERT
FIZZARD
FLEISCHER
FONG
FORD
FORD
FORTIN
FOSTER
FRASER
FRENETTE
GABEL
GAFFEY
GAGNON
GALANGE
GALE
GALL
GALLO
GAMBLE
GARDYPIE
GAREAU
GAREAU
GARNETT
GAUTHIER
GAWLEY
GIBERSON
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIEGER
GILL
GILL
GILMOUR
GINGRAS
GIRARD
GIRARD
GIROUX
GOODEILL
GOOS
GOTTSCHALK
DE
BS
Z
M
KR
AW
KA
CCJ
N
J
CJ
AJR
DJ
JJK
TJ
A
C
JW
P
L
JD
LK
SE
MS
J
J
SM
C
T
FS
TR
S
N
RD
JLC
G
NLL
DJ
PA
D
J
JA
SJYE
J
B
J
JJ
CM
JL
NJ
KJ
L
AR
DA
ED
M
DJ
BP
DL
IJ
MJ
K
AD
M
C
HS
R
S
SJG
JA
NB
MB
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GOULET-THIBOUTOT P
GOURICHON
CF
GRABAUSKAS
SJ
GRAHAM
K
GRANT
DJ
GRANT
WD
GRATTAN
SH
GRAVELLE
JRA
GREELEY
A
GREEN
AJ
GREEN
E
GRIMEAU
CM
GRIMWOOD
RCRH
GRUMMETT
CJ
GUENTHER
J
HAACK
JS
HACHEY
WJ
HALCHYSHAK
ML
HALDANE
MWA
HALLAM
ND
HALLEY
J
HAMELIN
C
HAMMOND
JCA
HAN
L
HANCOCK
MH
HANDY
MC
HANNAH
CM
HANSON
GW
HARDER
BJ
HARRIE
D
HARRIS
I
HARRISON
NA
HARVEY
JB
HAWES
JL
HAWKINS
J
HAWTIN
D
HAY
AD
HAYWOOD
G
HEATHERINGTON BL
HEBERT
N
HEMPEY
LWT
HENDERSON
GT
HENDERSON
TJ
HENMAN
C
HENNESSEY
S
HERNANDEZ MOSCOSO ME
HESS
B
HESSELS
JB
HIGGINS
B
HIGGINS
WG
HILBICH
S
HILL
SA
HILLS
SJ
HOANG
A
HOANG
T
HOFFMAN
RA
HOFFMAN
KS
HOFTYZER
A
HOLDEN
IM
HOLMES
BT
HOLMES
P
HOMUTH
KR
HOMUTH
R
HOPKINS
BE
HOQUET
B
HOQUET
CE
HORST
B
HOSFORD
JME
HOUGH
BO
HOULE
DW
HOULE
F
HOULE
JC
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
4 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
20 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
15
1 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
56
INITS ENDROITS
5 RALC
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
5 BC REGT
56 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
5 RALC
C
1 RCHA
A
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
R
CFLRS SAINT
S
JEAN
10 FD REGT
11 FD R
REGT
1 RCHA
A
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
3 FD R
REGT
2 RCHA
A
1 RCHA
A
2 RCHA
A
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 FD R
REGT
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
A
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 FD R
REGT
7 TOR REGT
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
7 TOR REGT
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
V
11 FD REGT
R
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD R
REGT
4 AD R
REGT
5 RALC
C
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
R
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
A
15 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
1 AD R
REGT
15 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
R
10 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
R
2 RCHA
A
2 RCHA
A
56 FD REGT
RCA S
SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
A
5 BC R
REGT
4 AD R
REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
L’Artilleur Canadien
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE NOM
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
HOULE
HOVRISKO
HOWE
HOWELL
HUANG
HUNG
HUNKS
HUNT
HUNTLEY
HUTCHINSON
HUTCHISON
HUTCHISON
HWANG
INGRAM
ISIP
JACKSON
JACKSON
JACKSON
JACKSON
JACQUES
JAGIELLO
JAMES
JANACK
JARRELL
JENKINS
JENKINS
JENNINGS
JENNINGS
JENSEN
JEONG
JOHNSON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JONES
JONES
JUNEAU
JUNIPER
KANG
KANTORSKI
KASSABRI
KAVANAUGH
KAYE
KEEPENCE
KEITEL
KELFORD
KELLY
KELLY
KENDALL
KENDRICK
KENNEDY
KENNEDY
KENNEDY
KEOUGH
KEREKES
KETLER
KETLER
KHILL
KHLYUSTOV
KILPATRICK
KIM
KIM
KING
KINSMAN
KIZUR
KLIMAS
KNEE
KNELL
KNOWLES
KOESLAG
KOHNKE
KOPCZYK
KOROLKOV
RC
AL
MJ
RK
E
TF
JL
CFM
M
MR
DN
AR
MH
WJ
CAL
CS
MB
R
AV
M
AJ
K
MC
WD
DKC
KJ
D
RW
MR
W
MJ
KJ
R
GJ
GR
DLE
GEM
T
M
MK
TM
JA
MR
JA
JW
KJ
RT
J
C
AJ
M
R
AD
KA
C
DKR
PE
P
AG
D
D
DJ
GS
L
EK
JW
NJ
CA
G
SC
ZM
SA
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
ART
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
ART
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
PTE
PTE
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
Canadian Gunner
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
30 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
5 BC REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
11 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
57
INITS
KOWALCHUK
KOWALEWSKA
KRANNICH
LACHANCE
LACOMBE
LADOUCEUR
LAFFERTY
LAFONTAINE
LALL
LAM
LAM
LAMARRE
LAMIRANDE
LANGAS
LANGFORD
LANNON
LAPENSKI
LAPLANTE
LARAWAY
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LARSON
LASAGA
LASFAR
LAU
LAVERTU
LAVIGNE-LACHAPELLE
LAW
LAWRENCE
LE
LEARMONTH
LEBRUN
LEE
LEE
LEE
LEMIEUX
L’HEUREUX
LI
LINKLATER
LINTON
LIPPERT
LLOYD
LOLLIER
LOMBARD
LOW
LU
LUCAS-MOORE
LUKER
MA
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACINTYRE
MACKIE
MACKINNON
MACLEAN
MACLEAN
MACLEAN
MACLEOD
MACLEOD
MACLEOD
MAGARVEY
MAHONEY
MAKAROW
MAKEPEACE
MANG
MANY CHIEF
MARCANTONIO
MARSHALL
MARSHALL
MARSHALL
MARYNIUK
ENDROITS
MJ
M
AMF
JPA
MC
RJ
AD
GS
V
KS
W
D
DJD
KT
GA
BPS
DR
EJ
CLJ
F
G
GR
A
RW
L
C
EP
E
A
JBL
A
C
R
D
DW
JCH
R
DN
R
LA
DA
B
M
L
M
MJ
D
AT
E
A
J
S
M
GS
C
CA
G
G
GC
JEB
S
SA
TL
S
M
A
RL
V
AD
C
MMK
CM
56 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
30 F
FD REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
56 F
FD REGT
4 AD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
116 FD BTY
1 RC
CHA
5 BC
C REGT
4 AD REGT
15 F
FD REGT
5 BC
C REGT
5 RA
ALC
15 F
FD REGT
11 FD
F REGT
15 F
FD REGT
15 F
FD REGT
5 RA
RALC
7 TO
OR REGT
15 F
FD REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
5 RA
ALC
5 BC
C REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
116 FD BTY
3 FD
D REGT
15 F
FD REGT
2 RC
CHA
2 RC
CHA
1 FD
D REGT
30 F
FD REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
30 F
FD REGT
RCA
A SCHOOL
15 F
FD REGT
5 RA
ALC
1 FD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
20 F
FD REGT
11 FD
F REGT
1 AD
D REGT
2 RC
CHA
4 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
CFB PETAWAWA
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
116 FD BTY
4 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
11 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
INITS ENDROITS
PTE
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
PTE
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
ART
GNR
MATEYKO
MAURICE
MAY
MAYOH
MCCLUNG
MCCONNELL
MCCORMICK
MCCULLY
MCDERMOT-FOUTS
MCDIARMID
MCDONALD
MCELHINNEY
MCELHINNEY
MCENTEE
MCGAW
MCGINNIS
MCGRATH
MCINTYRE
MCKENNA
MCLAUGHLIN
MCLEESE
MCMULLAN
MCNIVEN
MCRAE
MEADUS
MERRICK
MILLER
MITROFANOV
MOLLOY
MONTGOMERY
MONTMINY
MORILLON
MORPHET
MUISE
MULLALLY
MURDOCH
MURPHY
NARAINE
NELSON
NEUFELD
NEVEAUX
NEVES
NEWANS
NGAN
NGUYEN
NGUYEN
NOLET
NORRIS
NORSWORTHY
NORTHRUP
NORTHRUP
NTAMWIRA
NYKORAK
OCONNELL
O’CONNOR
O’DELL
O’DONNELL
OGEMOW
O’HAGAN
O’HANLON
OHEMENG
OKEM
OLIVER
OLIVER
OSBOURNE
OSWALD
PALMER
PANUCCI
PAQUET
PAQUET
PARADIS-AUBIN
PARE
JJ
J
RJ
MD
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
ART
GNR
PTE
PTE
ART
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
ART
PTE
SDT
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
ART
PTE
PARENT
PARENTEAU
PARKER
PARRILL
PARROTT
PASSMORE
PATTERSON
PAYNE
PAYTON
PEACOCKE
PEARCE
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLIZAZARI
PEMBLETON
PEPIN
PERALTA-VINTIMILLA
PERRIN
PETERS
PETRENKO
PHILION
PICARD
PINKNEY
PINKNEY
PITMAN
PITRE
PLANTE
POLIQUIN
POTTS
POWELL
PRATT
PRICE
PRINGLE
PROSPER
PUILLANDRE
QUIRING
RADETZKI
RAMSAY
RAMSEY
RANDELL
RAY
RAY
RAY
REGEY
REGIMBALD
REID
REINHARDT
RENNER
RENNIE
RENOUF
RHEAUME-LAFLEUR
RICHARD
RICHARDSON
RIGGS
ROBERGE
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHAUD
ROBINSON
ROBINSON
ROBINSON
ROBSON
ROCHE
RODRIGUE
ROGATCHEV
ROGER
ROGERS
ROLLS
ROODZANT
ROOS
ROTH
ROY
ROZALOWSKY
JJCD
MSC
A
JR
WR
MJ
JPJ
J
AK
JV
TCJ
A
J
MF
CD
DA
CG
JH
B
I
WG
CJLN
C
TRG
R
G
CD
PL
TJD
MW
W
CA
LR
CAW
SC
KE
JS
MJ
MB
IA
JA
QB
WRJ
NMD
M
CR
DKW
DAJ
I
SD
F
M.F
A
RH
K
BJ
E
MJ
ML
W
C
JFC
P
M
E.
KW
RG
SE
JR
KA
A
MJ
E
SM
RC
ZB
AF
J
KL
TD
TS
WA
W
S
VMI
JR
TJ
JM
PSM
JJM
J
CA
DJ
MWL
S
N
RKL
MJM
R
M
JC
AJ
DM
CAP
AR
DWB
PN
BE
C
KM
S
A
D
NPR
JRT
JEK
KC
J
SM
AF
KW
IFJ
AT
JS
AS
NGV
CP
S
TD
DE
RG
ACJ
H
DL
JT
CP
S
M
D
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
1 RCHA
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
30 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
1 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
5 RALC
3 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
5 RALC
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
26 FD REGT
408 TAC HEL SQN
11 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
18 AD REGT
7 TOR REGT
2 RCHA
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
15 FD REGT
58
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
116 FD BTY
RCA S
SCHOOL
11 FD REGT
R
20 FD REGT
1 AD R
REGT
10 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
R
11 FD REGT
R
CDN SPEC
S
OPS
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
1 FD R
REGT
7 TOR REGT
56 FD REGT
CANSO
OFCOM
CFB SU
UFFIELD
11 FD REGT
R
1 FD R
REGT
1 RCHA
A
2 RCHA
A
5 RALC
C
56 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
1 RCHA
A
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD R
REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
10 FD REGT
3 FD R
REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
ASU TO
ORONTO
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
A
3 FD R
REGT
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
3 FD R
REGT
11 FD R
REGT
5 RALC
C
1 RCHA
A
10 FD REGT
5 BC R
REGT
5 RALC
C
3 FD R
REGT
1 FD R
REGT
3 FD R
REGT
3 FD R
REGT
20 FD REGT
3 FD R
REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
7 TOR REGT
5 RALC
56 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
5 RALC
11 FD REGT
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RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GRADE
NOM
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
ART
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
ROZARIO
RUMBOLT
RUNDLE
RUPERT
RUSSELL
RUTHERFORD
RZESZUTEK
SADLER
SANDERS
SANTOS
SAVOIE
SAWKINS
SCANIE-JENKINS
SCHARF
SCHELLINGERHOUDT
SCHRIVER
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT
SEARS
SEDGWICK
SEE
SEE
SEGUEDA
SHARKARCHI
SHARPE
SHAVE
SHEA
SHEAVES
SHEE
SHERK
SHIN
SHORTING
SHVETSOV
SIMMONS
SIMONEAU
SJAARDA
SKORETZ
SLUGOSKI
SMALL
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SNOWDEN
SOCHOLOTIUK
SOJKA
SON
SONG
SOOP
SORENSEN
SOUTHAM
SPEARE
SPEARS
SPEER
ST JOHN
STAFFORD
STANFORD
STARK
STEEVES
STEVENSON
STEWART
STEWART
STODGELL
STRADALOWICZ
STYLES
SUMMERS
SUNDOWN
SURETTE
J
J
CM
DT
CD
EWR
MJ
JAK
PRE
R
DCLP
B
JI
MP
C
I
EJ
J
MKJ
MK
DJ
AO
JM
I
JJ
TA
MP
DC
J
SA
KE
H
T
AA
SD
JS
EA
KA
S
MR
ARF
GA
GR
JEJ
L
P
WR
R
MW
KT
YHR
AJ
T
EG
JAR
G
MF
CS
D
SJV
SE
KM
D
EH
LD
MW
JJ
K
D
PJ
K
C
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
SDT
PTE
GNR
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
SURETTE
M
SUTCH
AG
SWANSON
WL
TABB
S
TAIT
BJC
TAPP
RN
TASKER
S
TAYLOR
C
TAYLOR
JE
TAYLOR
GOR
TCHOREK
ND
TEMPELMAN
JWH
TEMPELMAN
NA
TENNANT
MJ
TEPPERMAN
ER
TETLOCK
TE
THERRIEN-COULOMBE K
THIBAULT
C
THIBEAULT
H
THIESSEN
NJ
THOMAS
M
THOMPSON
M
THORPE
SR
TOMCZYK
NJ
TOMPKINS
BA
TOMPKINS
LJ
TOMPKINS
RJ
TOWNSON
PJ
TREMBLAY
A
TREMBLAY
BS
TREMBLAY-LAVOIE MJL
TREMBLETT
A
TRICK
BL
TRICK
LC
TRIFOLI
NA
TRIMM
S
TROTT
WC
TSANG
E
TSE
J
TULLOCH
KP
TURCOTTE
S
TURNER
B
TURNER
L
TUYSUSIAN
GA
UNTINEN
RA
VALDIVIA
O
VALIQUETTE
A
VAN ANDEL
AN
VANDEBELD
M
VANDERZWAAG KD
VANECK
MU
VANGAALEN
BA
VERREAULT
F
VEZINA-GIRARD B
VOAKES
GW
VU
DT
WALKER
JA
WALKER
TC
WALL
LA
WALLACE
EA
WALLER
PC
WALTON
M
WANG
TC
WARD
JP
WARREN
J
WATERMAN
BM
WATERMAN
SK
WATSON
MDA
WATT
MW
WEBER
MD
WECKWORTH
BFH
WEIBE
JL
Canadian Gunner
15 FD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
20 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
CDN SPEC OPS
3 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
30 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
18 AD REGT
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
3 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
10 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
26 FD REGT
2 RCHA
5 BC REGT
11 FD REGT
2 RCHA
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 FD REGT
5 BC REGT
18 AD REGT
3 FD REGT
2 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
26 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
59
INITS ENDROITS
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 AD
D REGT
11 FD
D REGT
1 RC
CHA
5 RA
ALC
2 RC
CHA
1 RC
CHA
26 FD REGT
1 RC
CHA
2 RC
RCHA
20 FD REGT
2 RC
CHA
3 FD
D REGT
3 FD
D REGT
3 FD
D REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
58 AD
D BTY 6 RAC
5 RA
RALC
2 RC
CHA
1 FD
D REGT
11 FD
D REGT
11 FD
D REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RC
CHA
10 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
5 RA
ALC
1 FD
D REGT
20 FD REGT
7 TO
OR REGT
20 FD REGT
RCA
A SCHOOL
15 F
FD REGT
18 AD REGT
56 FD REGT
1 RC
CHA
2 RC
CHA
18 AD REGT
5 RA
ALC
5 RA
ALC
5 BC REGT
56 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
11 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
116 FD BTY
1 AD REGT
10 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
26 FD REGT
RANK
NAME
INITS LOCATION
GNR
GNR
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
PTE
PTE
PTE
GNR
GNR
WEIR
WENTZELL
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
WIDDOWSON
WIECZOREK
WIERSEMA
WILKES
WILSON
WING
WINNISKI
WISEMAN
WISEMAN
WOLKI
WON
WONG
WONG
WONG
WONG
WOODWARD
YELLOW HORN
YOUNG
YU
ZHOU
SJW
J
AW
DG
J
EA
SPJ
K
SE
A
MC
SB
JP
S
E
AJ
J
M
OWR
S-Y
AG
CW
A
DB
HXW
Notes
7 TOR REGT
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
1 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 RCHA
3 FD REGT
56 FD REGT
30 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
7 TOR REGT
15 FD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
18 AD REGT
15 FD REGT
7 TOR REGT
11 FD REGT
60
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