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THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
2003-2004
Volume 39
THE CANADIAN GUNNER
L’ARTILLEUR CANADIEN
February 2005
Février 2005
Captain-General, The Royal Regiment
of Canadian Artillery
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Capitaine-général, le Régiment royal
de l’Artillerie canadienne
Sa Majesté Reine Elizabeth II
Colonel Commandant, The Royal Regiment
Of Canadian Artillery
Major General J.A. MacInnis, CMM, MSC, CD
Colonel commandant, le Régiment royal
de l’Artillerie canadienne
Major Général J.A. MacInnis, CMM, MSC, CD
Senior Serving Gunner
Major General J. Arp, CD
Artilleur en service principal
Major Général J. Arp, CD
Director of Artillery
Colonel R.D. Gunn, CD
Directeur de l’Artillerie
Colonel R.D. Gunn, CD
Commander Home Station
Lieutenant-Colonel T.A. Doucette, CD
Commandant de la garnison Régimentaire
Lieutenant-colonel T.A.Doucette, CD
Editor
Major M. George, CD
Rédacteur
Major M. George, CD
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Table of Contents
Mot du Colonel Commandant/
Message from the Colonel Commandant .................................................................................................................... 4
Mot du Directeur de L’Artillerie/
Message from the Director of Artillery ......................................................................................................................... 5
1st Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery .............................................................................................................. 6
2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery .............................................................................................................. 9
5é Régiment d’artillerie légère du Canada ................................................................................................................. 13
4th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ................................................................................................................................ 15
Field Artillery School, RCA/
École d’artillerie de campagne, ARC ........................................................................................................................ 18
Royal Canadian Artillery Band .................................................................................................................................. 21
1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ............................................................................................... 22
2nd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................ Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
3rd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................ Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
5th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ................................................................ Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
6e Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC ................................................ Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
7th Toronto Regiment, RCA ....................................................................................................................................... 23
10th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA .............................................................. Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
11th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ............................................................................................................................ 25
15th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA .............................................................. Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
20th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ............................................................................................................................ 26
26th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA .............................................................. Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
30th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA .............................................................. Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
49th (Sault Ste Marie) Field Artillery Regiment, RCA .................................................................................................... 27
56th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA ............................................................................................................................ 28
62e Régiment d’artillerie de campagne, ARC .............................................. Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
84th Independant Field Battery, RCA ......................................................................................................................... 22
116th Independant Field Battery, RCA ......................................................... Article not submitted/Aucun article soumis
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1st Air Defence Regiment
(Lanmark & Renfrew Scottish), RCA ............................................................................................................................. 30
18th Air Defence Regiment, RCA ............................................................................................................................... 31
58e Batterie d’artillerie antiaérienne, ARC ................................................................................................................. 33
RHQ RCA/QGR ARC ............................................................................................................................................... 34
RCA Heritage Campaign/
La Campagne d’heritage de l’ARC ................................................................................................................................ 35
Concours de Photo D’ARC/
RCA Photo Contest Rules ........................................................................................................................................ 36
Règlements du Compétition pour L’essai en Mémoire du Colonel Geoffrey Brooks/
Brooks Essay Rules and Submission Deadlines ...................................................................................................... 37
Regimental Fund Financial Statement 03-04/
État de Compte de Fond Régimentaire 03-04 ........................................................................................................... 38
Regimental Fund Financial Statement 04-05/
État de Compte de Fond Régimentaire 04-05 ........................................................................................................... 39
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery Listing by Rank (Regular)/
Liste par Grade Le Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne .................................................................................... 40
Proud Supporters of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery/
Les supporters fier de Le Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne ........................................................................... 56
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Message from the
Colonel Commandant
Mot du
Colonel Commandant
Fellow Gunners,
Camarades artilleurs,
The Royal Regiment has again proven its versatility
and professionalism in the face of challenges and change.
From fielding guns and locating assets in Afghanistan to
battling forest fires in BC, the Gunners were always there
living up to our motto “UBIQUE”.
Le Régiment royal a encore démontré sa polyvalence et
son professionnalisme face aux défis à relever et au
changement. De l’établissement de postes d’artillerie et de
ressources en Afghanistan à la lutte contre les feux de forêt
en Colombie-Britannique, les artilleurs ont toujours su faire
honneur à leur devise : UBIQUE.
Enjoy this record detailing the accomplishments of
the past two years by the men and women of our Regiment. You all continue to leave a proud record.
Vous trouverez certes plaisir à lire ce recueil des
accomplissements des hommes et des femmes de notre
régiment au cours des deux dernières années. Et vous
continuez tous à enrichir notre glorieuse histoire.
To all Gunners regular, reserve, serving or retired – as
always, I wish you continued “Good Shooting”.
À tous les artilleurs en service actif ou retraités de la
Force régulière et de la Réserve, je vous souhaite, comme
toujours, de « continuer à bien viser ».
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Message from the
Director of Artillery
Mot du Directeur
de L’Artillerie
The last two years have been challenging for The Royal
Regiment. As Director I have been privileged to work
with many of you in moving the Artillery forward. It has
been exciting to see the changes taking place. The retirement of some of our weapon systems will pave the
way for new roles for many of us.
Les deux dernières années du Régiment royal ont été
remplies de défis. En qualité de directeur, j’ai eu le privilège
de collaborer avec plusieurs d’entre vous dans ce contexte
de revitalisation. Nous avons assisté à l’évolution des
travaux avec grand intérêt. La mise au rancart de certains
de nos systèmes d’armes ouvrira la voie à de nouveaux
mandats pour bon nombre d’entre nous.
The past two years have seen the deployment of the
Arthur Counter Mortar Radar and UAV in Afghanistan, the
trialing of the 105mm C3 on a wheeled chassis and the
firing of the CRV7 rockets from the ADATS. These
changes will result in a much more flexible and lethal
Artillery for the Army of the future.
Au cours des deux dernières années, nous avons déployé
le radar anti-mortiers Arthur et le véhicule aérien sans pilote
en Afghanistan, mis à l’essai le C3 105 mm sur un châssis à
roues et exécuté des tirs de roquettes CRV7 à partir du système
d’arme antiaérien et antichar. Grâce à ces changements,
l’Armée de terre bénéficiera à l’avenir d’une artillerie beaucoup
plus souple et encore plus redoutable.
I look forward to further service as the Director of
Artillery as we move ahead. Our success continues to
be based upon the professionalism and dedication of
all serving Gunners. Your continuing efforts are keeping The Regiment vibrant and relevant. I know you
will continue to succeed as we move forward. I hope
you will now pause and look back with pride on
what you have done in the last two years as
chronicled in these pages.
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Je me réjouis à la perspective de poursuivre mon mandat
de directeur de l’Artillerie à mesure que nous avançons.
Notre succès repose toujours sur le professionnalisme
et le dévouement de tous nos artilleurs. Vos efforts
permanents sont le fondement de la vitalité et de la
pertinence du Régiment. Je sais que vous
continuerez de déployer des efforts en ce sens.
J’espère que vous ferez maintenant une pause
pour repenser avec fierté aux réalisations
accomplies au cours des deux dernières
années, lesquelles sont relatées dans le
présent ouvrage.
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Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
training models and new technologies. “There will always
be the need for firepower, it will just be a question of how
we deliver it. Therefore, there will always be a need for the
Artillery.”
“Live every day like it’s your last…One day you’ll be right.”
The Regiment was officially in the Reconstitution Cycle
of the Army Operations and Training Framework (ATOF)
at the start of 2003.
LCol Miezitis also made a good first impression by stating he will maintain the aim of “Mission first. Soldiers Always”. He also alluded to the challenges that were facing
the Regiment during the Reconstitution Cycle, wherein Batteries would take on several independent roles. He maintained that he would keep a “Regimental focus as opposed
to four batteries. One Regiment – many missions.”
In March of 2003, several Officers and Senior NCOs
traveled to Normandy France for a Battlefield Tour on Exercise MINERVA GUNNER. Activities included: visiting the
landings of several famous Allied battles (such as Dieppe
and D-Day); walking among Canadian Cemeteries.
In June of 2003, 1 RCHA saw a change in three different areas. Major Johnstone relinquished command
of A Battery to Major Reiffenstein. Major Ouellette
handed command of Headquarters and Services Battery
to Major Molaski. LCol Chamberlain passed command
of 1 RCHA to LCol Miezitis. He also gave his heartfelt
appreciation to his right-hand man and fellow outgoing
Senior Officer, the 2IC of the Regiment, Major Kevin
Doyle, who was replaced by Major Peter Brown, fresh in
from Kingston.
OPERATIONS
Operationally, 1 RCHA provided primarily individual
augmentation to most operations including Operation
PALLADIUM Roto 11, 12 and 13, Op ATHENA and Op
DANACA. Formed groups were provided for two rotations of AVCON at Rogers Pass, B.C., and the Defence
and Security Platoon for Camp Mirage in support of Op
APOLLO and Op ATHENA. As a Regiment, the greatest commitment was to Operation PEREGRINE, which
was LFWA’s support to fighting the forest fires in BC.
It will standout in many soldiers’ minds the reassuring
words that the outgoing CO said with respect to the new
changes coming to the Artillery in terms of new guns and
OPERATION PALLADIUM
Between Op PALLADIUM Rotos 11, 12 and 13, the
Regiment deployed 35
personnel. It says a
lot about the esteem
other nations and units
have for 1 RCHA when
we are asked to fill
such vital roles as Psychological Operations,
Cantonment Site Inspectors and Observer
Parties overseas. Sergeant Oftedal who was
deployed as a Forward
Air Controller in assistance to the American,
Italian, Spanish and
French Forces compared and contrasted
the experience of calling in Fast Air for our
Allies.
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OPERATION AVALANCHE CONTROL
As usual the Regiment provided support to the Trans
Canada Highway in the area of Roger’s Pass for Avalanche Control (AVCON). There is a great deal of maintenance and waiting on the unpredictable weather that can
cause this to be a demanding duty.
Exercise BEE AWARE, Patrols during Exercise SILENT
WARRIOR, and Fieldcraft and Watermanship Training
during Exercise PATHFINDER. Even HQ Battery got in
the action during Exercise RUGGED RAIDER when it did
training up on Fieldcraft.
Due to the commitment to the fires, 1 RCHA could not
commit an entire team for Exercise MOUNTAIN MAN.
However, the five persons who did go did the Regiment
proud, with Bdr Rodgerson winning the Ainsworth Dyer
Trophy for most improved.
OPERATION PEREGRINE
Although Operation PEREGRINE was an Area Operation, make no mistake about it, when it came right
down to it 1 RCHA was there all the way, from start to
finish. From the initial commitment of B Battery to the
commitment of A Battery and RHQ Bty throughout the
extensive Area of Operations from August to mid-September 2003, 1 RCHA was there for it all. RHQ deployed
to join B Battery at the Barriere Fire Camp and soon commanded companies from 3 PPCLI, LdSH (RC) and a Reserve Company in whole totaling 403 personnel. A Battery deployed under command of LdSH (RC) HQ and was
the last to return to Shilo. It was not uncommon to see
our soldiers working well into the evening when civilian
firefighters were going home. 1 RCHA had committed 376
soldiers to fire fighting.
2003 ended with 1 RCHA’s standard Hockey tournaments – The Kingston and Hugsweir cup – which A and
HQ Batteries won respectively. In an act of gracious generosity, the Officers of 1 RCHA allowed the Senior NCOs
to beat them mercilessly for 3 periods.
1 RCHA – 2004 A year of change
“You will be ordered to go one direction one week but
then the complete opposite the next.”
-- LCol Miezitis Regimental Parade 2004
OPERATION APOLLO
A Bty deployed a Defence and Security Platoon to
the Middle East during the summer months, in support of
Op APOLLO. Under Captain Nelson, the Platoon provided local defence to an Air Base in the heart of a certain
Middle Eastern city. Says Section Member/2IC Bdr Engram of the experience, “It was hot! We conducted a
gate guard with routine ID checks, patrols in town, and
escorts to administrative vehicles. We also got a chance
to do practice shoots with the new NVGs and lasers.”
The CO’s words aptly described the change that was
coming to the home station for 2004. With the move of 2
PPCLI, the upcoming decommissioning of the beloved
M109s, and the taskings that were or were not coming from
brigade, 1 RCHA demonstrated the ability to adapt and overcome. As 1 RCHA moved from the Reconstitution Cycle to
the Training Cycle, many in Regiment were uncertain as to
what would be needed from 1 RCHA but the Batteries reinvented themselves, as necessary, to meet whatever requirement was needed. One week as a 105mm battery, the next
a 155mm, or 81mm Mortars, it didn’t matter Gunners stepped
up and did what was necessary to support the Supported
Arms. If this does not sound out of the norm, this was just
within one battery! Along with a possible UAV tasking, many
gunners were wondering what the Regiment would look like
or be doing in the coming years.
EXERCISES
2003 started with Exercise STRONG CONTENDER
in January. This Brigade sports competition in Edmonton
had several ups and downs for the Regiment, however,
heart and dedication were apparent throughout. 1 RCHA
finished third overall.
In May, “C” Battery’s Major Liam McGarry took the
reins from Major Craig Dalton and, in June, “B” Battery
saw Major “Smokin Joe” Pospolita hand over to Major
Craig Landry. There were of course the standard promotions but seeing MWO Andreola taking his commission
to become a Captain and WO Mattson being promoted to
MWO were pleasant surprises.
Highlights from the event included 1 RCHA taking first
in Broomball and second in ball hockey.
In February, the Regiment divided into Batteries and
deployed to different locations of Manitoba to conduct Basic Winter Survival training for Exercise COLD SURVIVOR.
Temperatures often went as low as –50. Ice fishing, snaring and construction of basic shelters were covered.
OPERATIONS
2004 was a relatively slow year for operations, the Regiment made many contributions to support the Brigade.
Operation Athena had eleven 1 RCHA personnel, including a FOO/FAC, Captain Lefler in support. It also included
two personnel who were sent to Turkey as intermediate
staging support. Along with Op Athena, the Regiment also
augmented Op Bronze and deployed both “A” and “C”
Battery to Avalanche Control.
March also saw the Regiment deploying for its staple
Spring Exercise, PRAIRIE GUNNER.
Throughout the summer, individual Batteries, in addition to manning taskings for WATC Shilo and Wainwright,
refreshed their basic soldiering skills. C Battery conducted
patrols in early June. B Battery really drove the body
when it conducted pair/section live fire training during
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EXERCISES
The year kicked off with Ex STRONG CONTENDER
to which 1 RCHA sent a team for every sporting event.
Only one team was able to achieve glory. With a strong
first place finish, the Floor Hockey team defeated all challengers and brought home victory. The Broomball team
placed second.
TAIN MAN Shilo team.
Every battery also conducted a weeklong winter survival training exercise in February. “A” Battery deployed
to Grass River Provincial Park,. “B” Battery deployed to
Kenora, Ontario, “C” Battery deployed to Duck Mountain,
Turtle Mountain, and Westman, SK and “HQ & Svcs”
Battery also deployed to Turtle Mountain.
While the firing was slow initially, it picked up and
some impressive methods were fired. When 20 Round
Fire for effects were being ordered, it literally obliterated
some of the targets and reminded the Combat team how
devastating the Artillery could be – one of the major aims
from an artillery point of view.
The Regiment moved into the traditional spring exercises
in April with Exercises PRAIRIE GUNNER I and II. This was
an excellent opportunity for the batteries to practice both
their infantry skills as well as gunnery. It was definitely a
sight to see - a LAV parked at the North gate, using the
stonewall sign of the Home Station as hull down cover, guarding the entrance into Shilo with it’s 25mm cannon.
Along with ATI and Staff Assistance Visit, the home
station prepared itself to host the Junior Officer’s Course.
It must have been either a really excellent event because
somehow the 2 RCHA contingent left behind the Korea
Gun when they left to return to CFB Petawawa.
Ex PRAIRIE RAM, the Brigade exercise, was picking
up momentum. The exercise, planned for October, was a
month long exercise taking place in Camp Wainwright
with “A” and “B” Battery deploying to provide support for
the Combat Teams.
There was the traditional hockey tournament with “B”
Battery winning the Kingston Cup and “HQ” Battery winning the Hugsweir Cup.
Following Ex PRAIRIE GUNNER, the Regiment was called
upon to support to Battery Commander’s Fire Planning Course.
The month of May saw the batteries move out to the training
area, to fire some of the most technically challenging fire plans
in a long time, in support of the BC’s fire plans.
2004 was a tumultuous year for the 1 RCHA but the
Regiment overcame all obstacles with flying colours. When
the weapon systems were changing like a pair of dirty
socks and when the training was fast and furious, 1 RCHA
gunners showed a great deal of fortitude and patience.
Humping mortars and dropping bombs, pulling a lanyard
on a light gun, or digging in an M109, it didn’t matter 1
Horse demonstrated that it is ready for anything and for
any job. The future may hold a lot of change for the Artillery but it doesn’t matter, 1 RCHA is ready for it.
Regimental school kicked up in full swing with courses
like the AVGP/Bison Course, Basic Tech Course, and
others. Not much later Exercises WALKING RAM and
MOUNTAIN MAN took place and they coincidentally fell
during the same time frame which allowed the 1 RCHA to
have an unusually large amount of support for our MOUN-
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2 nd Regiment
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
The strength of any unit has always been its soldiers and the 2nd Regiment is certainly no exception to this maxim.
The Regiment is blessed with a large number of exceptional soldiers with every kind of personality and background. It is
this diversity which is at the root of the Regiment’s success. Rather than have you read about it, we would rather you
saw our 2004 story in pictures.
Merlin Helicopter being directed by MBdr Turner and Bdr Clarke
on OP PALLADIUM.
G31 conducting resupply during OP ATHENA.
Gun Det preparing
ammunition for final
M109 Shoot.
Radar
Troop’s
Arthur Radar
System.
Final M109 Deployment.
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(below) MBdr Philpott’s gun det on EX FINAL HURRAH.
(above) MBdr Todd instructing on the LG1 OP ATHENA.
(below) UAV preparing to launch.
(above) Radar deployment on OP ATHENA.
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(right) E Bty
Tac Groups
preparing for
IBTS Training.
(above) Capt Brassard conducting a FAC mission in FT DRUM, NY.
(below) F Bty conducting an Airmobile during OP ATHENA.
(above) Bdrs Trekofski and Bailey sending a digital fire mission
during ALIX 04.
(right) G22 and RAF Regt
FACs during ALIX 04.
(below) E Bty On the
Ranges during IBTS
Training.
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(top left) Capt Pellerine during FAC Training in California.
(above) CWO Moretti inspects an F Bty Gunner prior to
the rappel tower.
(left) Capt Hampton, MBdr Querques, and Bdr Madore
on OP PALLADIUM.
(above) M109 pull during CO’s Challenge
2004.
(right) From the hatch of the PzH 2000.
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5e Régiment
d’artillerie légère du Canada
hivernale et l’exercice PIÈCES MOBILES, du 17 au 25
février, en a fait tout autant en permettant à tous de mettre
leurs aptitudes à l’épreuve lors du tir réel. Durant cette
même période, la Batterie R a été sollicitée par la
préparation de l’OP GAUNTLET. Les artilleurs de la ‘R’
se sont préparés de fond en comble pour aller à Wainwright dans le but de supporter la FRI(T) et le 3e R22R.
Cependant, l’exercice fut annulé à la réception de l’ordre
d’avertissement de déploiement pour l’Op ATHENA en
janvier 2004. Les mois d’avril à août se sont avérés tout
aussi occupés. Le régiment a conduit une autre école
régimentaire afin d’entraîner et de qualifier son personnel
qui irait remplir les tâches opérationnelles.
LE 5e RALC ANNÉES 2003 ET 2004
Rome ne s’est pas bâtie en une journée mais bien en
plusieurs années… cependant il a fallu une seule année
pour que nos troupes déployées en Afghanistan montre
encore une fois leur professionnalisme et leur expertise en
terrain opérationnel. Les membres du 5 RALC ont
démontré une fois de plus leurs habiletés en tant qu’artilleur
et soldat lors de conflits asymétriques qui sont l’apanage
des guerres modernes. En 2003, nous avons « bâti » la
Batterie Athéna qui allait se déployer prochainement et en
2004 nous avons démontré que l’effort amène le succès.
Même si les années 2003 et 2004 ont été profondément
marquées par le déploiement, la rétrospective historique de
ces années ne se limite pas seulement au fait d’arme de nos
troupes en Afghanistan mais à plusieurs éléments qui ont
marqué la continuité comme la nouveauté au sein du 5 RALC.
Après des vacances bien méritées, l’automne 2003
marque le début de l’entraînement pour l’Op ATHENA niveau
3/4. Les exercices se sont succédés à un rythme effréné
afin d’obtenir le niveau de compétence collective requis
lors d’un déploiement opérationnel. Du 30 septembre au 5
octobre, le Régiment s’est déployé dans les secteurs de
Valcartier pour supporter le cours de technicien de poste
de commande avancé qui avait débuté au courant de l’été.
Du 6 au 10 octobre, le Régiment a participé à l’exercice
ATHENA AGUERRI I et du 18 au 22 octobre à l’exercice
ATHENA AGUERRI II tous deux des exercices validant les
compétences de la Batterie R en vue du déploiement.
2003 – La préparation
Pour bâtir une équipe qui a du potentiel, il a fallu commencer l’année 2003 par une école régimentaire. De
janvier à mars, le Régiment s’affaira à développer les aptitudes et les connaissances de tous en vue du futur
déploiement en Afghanistan, Roto1 et de quelques
éléments en Bosnie. La confirmation de l’école
régimentaire, l’exercice BOMBARDE BORDÉE, du 20 au
24 janvier, a permis au 5 RALC de faire un exercice
impliquant toutes les
batteries. Sur le
même air d’aller, le
régiment au complet
a participé à l’exercice
de
poste
de
commande CHEVAL
ERRANT III le 28
janvier afin de mettre
à jour les procédures
et techniques de tir
ainsi que les communications d’artillerie
au
niveau
régimentaire.
L’exercice PIED
GELÉ, du 10 au 11
février, a permis à tous
de parfaire leurs techniques de guerre
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En plus de faire de l’artillerie, nos troupes ont été confrontées
à des simulations
d’événements
possibles en théâtre
opérationnel comme
l’attaque
de
belligérants et des interactions diverses
avec la population
civile.
Cet
entraînement, créé pour
faire face aux défis que
représentent les
guerres asymétriques,
était un élément crucial
dans le développement
des compétences de
nos officiers et soldats
se déployant en Afghanistan.
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Le mois de novembre fut empreint d’effort pour la Batterie
Athéna qui s’est déployée du 3 novembre au 8 décembre.
L’exercice ATHENA MOBILE qui s’est tenu à Valcartier,
du 3 au 9 novembre, fut un exercice régimentaire d’envergure
durant lequel les M109 se sont déployés
« régimentairement » pour la dernière fois. La Batterie
Athéna en a profité pour peaufiner ses habiletés avant le
grand déploiement de Brigade. Bien rôdée, la Batterie
Athéna s’est déployée du 15 novembre au 8 décembre
avec la Brigade. Elle a débuté l’exercice pré-déploiement
de grande échelle avec LION RÉSOLU à Fort Drum où
était recréé l’organisation qui se trouvait à Kaboul soit deux
camps : Julien et Warehouse. Divisée en deux, la batterie
a effectué plusieurs manœuvres de tir à sec ainsi et que
des exercices de simulation de guerre en zone urbaine ou
encore de déploiement dans un aéroport. Une étape majeure de pré-déploiement qui fut profitable à tous mais qui
était davantage un exercice pour l’état-major qu’un exercice
pour l’artillerie à proprement parler. Ensuite, la batterie
s’est déplacée à Sherbrooke pour l’exercice LION ROYAL
afin de recréer la situation géographique de Kaboul et ainsi
y implanter les camps de base Julien et Warehouse dans
un contexte d’agglomération montagneuse comme ce sera
le cas en Afghanistan. Encore une fois, cet exercice n’était
et plusieurs spécialistes. Le camp Julien, base de l’élément
de soutien national, regroupait lui aussi deux canons mais
également la moitié de la troupe de radar, le CCFA de batterie,
les UAV et plusieurs spécialistes, soit environ 150 personnes.
Ce fut, aux dires de la grande majorité, un très beau tour.
Les anecdotes ne cessent d’inonder ceux qui n’ont pas eu
la chance d’y aller. Pourtant, l’arrière-garde n’a pas chômé
pendant l’absence de la moitié du Régiment et a vécu elle
aussi son lot d’aventures. La Batterie Q et des éléments de
la Batterie C&S ont ainsi participé à l’exercice PIEDS GELÉS
du 9 au 11 février et l’exercice CHEVAL GELÉ du 24 au 26
mars mettant à jour les qualifications de guerre hivernale.
En plus des exercices, ils ont conduit des cours de conversion M109 et de conversion LG1. Au mois de juin, c’est
avec entrain que l’arrière-garde a participé à un exercice
d’aventure expédition à Sept-Îles où ils ont fait de la plongée
sous-marine et du kayak.
Les mois de juillet et août ont marqué pour quelques-uns
le dur retour à la réalité… et au Régiment. L’automne calme
de post-déploiement que tout le monde imaginait n’était en
fait que le pâle reflet de ce qui allait se passer. En effet,
l’automne au Régiment fut plus que mouvementé. En plus
de conduire une école régimentaire, le Régiment a supporté
des cours, envoyé plusieurs personnes sur des cours à
l’extérieur, participé à la course Walen de 5 km le 15 octobre,
participé au défi du ccmdt le 5 novembre courant 5 km suivi
de 25 push-up, des 5 chin-up et 40 redressements assis et
surtout s’est doté d’un horaire d’entraînement physique à la
hauteur de ses ambitions, c’est-à-dire, faire un demi-marathon à la fin juin 2005. Les temps de paresse sont derrière…
l’effort et le succès sont devant!
Les années 2003 et 2004 furent au 5 RALC une lutte
entre le changement et la continuité. Le Régiment a continué
à s’adapter à la culture d’aujourd’hui et à la nouvelle façon
de faire la guerre. Le 25 septembre 2004, les M-109 ont
paradé pour la dernière fois au centre-ville de Québec lors
de la parade du Droit de Cité. Les mortiers se sont implantés
fermement depuis septembre 2002 au point où deux batteries y sont attachées. Les UAV, quant à eux, font maintenant
partie intégrante de notre formation après les avoir utilisés
et ramenés d’Afghanistan. Et comme toujours, de nouveaux
artilleurs courageux et fiers arrivent, fin prêts pour relever les
défis du 5 RALC. À l’aube de 2005, le 5 RALC possède une
batterie de LG1, qui est la Batterie X, une batterie de C3 et
mortier qui est la Batterie R, une batterie de UAV et mortier
qui est la Batterie Q ainsi que la Batterie C&S fidèle à ellemême: fournissant toujours le support nécessaire au bon
déroulement des activités du 5 RALC. Même s’il y a eu
beaucoup de changement au sein de l’organisation, le 5
RALC est devenu l’unité unie, composée de soldats
polyvalents, professionnels et fiers que le nouveau commandant, lcol Eric Tremblay, espérait tant lorsqu’il a pris le
commandement le 20 juin 2003. Si vous n’êtes pas encore
convaincus, il vous suffit d’attendre sur un coin de rue quand
tout le Régiment défile à la course le lundi matin… vous en
avez pour au moins 5 minutes.
pas un exercice d’artillerie proprement dit mais bien un
entraînement général de pré-déploiement afin que tous
soient prêts. L’allure de l’entraînement était au niveau des
attentes et à la fin de ce mois d’entraînement, le standard
était élevé. Tout le monde était prêt à partir.
Parallèlement aux déploiements des canons, du mois
d’octobre à janvier 2004, la troupe de Radar et de UAV de la
Batterie X s’affaira à développer son personnel et améliorer
ses compétences dans le but également d’être fin prête pour
le déploiement. La troupe des UAV s’est notamment entraînée
en France du 8 novembre au 19 décembre. Quant à la troupe
de radar, elle s’est déployée du 14 au 28 novembre en Norvège.
2004 – Le déploiement
Début janvier, le 5 RALC avait bâti la batterie qui agirait en
son nom en Afghanistan. Il ne restait plus qu’à la déployer.
Entre la mi-janvier et la fin février 225 personnes ont quitté
Valcartier pour Kaboul, leur destination finale. Le camp
Warehouse regroupait 40% de la batterie avec deux canons,
la moitié de la troupe de radar ainsi que le CCFA de Brigade
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4th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
4th Air Depared and transfence Artillery
ported out west.
Regiment-2003
The year 2003
With the onwas a tremengoing Ground
dously hectic
Base Air Deand constructive
fence restrucyear for 4th Air
ture plan, the
Defence RegiBrigade Training
ment,
RCA.
Event was an
Many changes
important exeroccurred during
cise for the
this timeframe,
Regiment. It proas the ADATS
vided the opporbecame the pritunity for the
mary PME emADATS to be
ployed by the
recognized as a
Regt. The solvital Brigade asdiers returned
set in the air defrom Christmas
fence role, and
block leave in full
demonstrated
force, beginning 7 Platoon recieves Tim Hortons from their friendly neighbourhood during Op SPLINTER.
how invaluable it
with the ADATS
is on the battlegunner course, which ran from 20 Jan to 13 May 03,
field for its anti-armour and ISTAR capabilities. The Airtraining 12 new soldiers on the ADATS. This course
space Space Coordination Centre (ASCC) made its mark
was a conversion serial as all candidates were previas an important instrument in allowing the safe conduct
ously qualified as either 35mm or Skyguard gunners.
of airmobile assaults, UAV missions, a friendly air supSimultaneously, the Regiment supported the AD NCM
port, and securing its deployment on Op ATHENA, ROTO
DP1 (1 Feb to 15 May), and 6 new Warrant Officers
0 and 1. To support the ISAF mission in Afghanistan
(WO) were trained on the Air Defence WO course from
the Regt contributed five soldiers on Op ATHENA, Sgt
19 March to 23 April.
Adrian Miroshnikov, Sgt Frank Vidal, Sgt Larry Scott,
MBdr Adam Weaver and MCpl Ian Thompson.
To add to the list of events, 4 Junior Ranks received
qualifications on the Air Defence Technician course, conEX PERFECT KILL
ducted from 17 March to 11 April. Several top student
Ex PERFECT KILL 03, the12th ADATS live fire camp
awards were presented to Regiment members. Bdr
in Suffield, Alberta. From 12 to 28 May, the soldiers
Jacques Pinard was the top student on the PLQ course,
conducted work-up training in Gagetown. The first-time
Sgt Tony Meadows was top student on the ADATS Det
firers obtained 11 kills on 14 engagements, including
Comd course and Sgt (now WO) Frank Garnier was the
one direct hit, by Bombardier Mike Burnes, on a Vinditop student on the AD WO course. Well done to all!
cator UAV and the destruction of a Lynx at a distance
of 6.9 km.
EX RESOLUTE WARRIOR
A last minute decision was made to add the Air DeThe unit’s activities in the West did not stop at the
fence Artillery to Ex RESOLUTE WARRIOR, the first
conclusion of Ex PERFECT KILL. We also provided an
Brigade Training Event since 1992. With only one month
ADATS for display at the Calgary Stampede. This activto prepare and execute the deployment to Wainwright,
ity was lead by Capt Clarence Nickerson and WO Kevin
Alberta, the Regiment hit the ground running after the
Radey who, over the three-day period, briefed thousands
March break to get the equipment and personnel preof visitors on the ADATS.
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city of Halifax and Dartmouth and surrounding areas.
Fault lines stood at angles, knocking out electricity
for most of the residents, and trees were literally ripped
from the ground, covering roads and destroying much
property. When the Canadian Forces Immediate Reaction Unit was called upon, ninety-three members
from 4th Air Defence Regiment eagerly reported to
work as per IRU recall. The buses departed for CFB
Shearwater on the afternoon of 30 September. Upon
arrival, the members of the unit were briefed on the
situation and dispatched out for the streets of
Dartmouth, equipped with only chainsaws, machetes,
axes, and a high level of morale. All members on the
task were focused on there mission which was straightforward; aid the Halifax Regional Municipality by clearing the roadways and sidewalks of debris, so that Nova
Scotia Power could gain access to the city’s power
lines, and begin restoration.
57 RA VISIT
In reciprocation to the hospitality received during our
small unit exchange at 57 RA in France last October, 4
AD Regt hosted a delegation of 15 soldiers from 57RA,
France in our homeland from 6 to 16 June. Concurrent
with Ex PERFECT KILL 03, the French soldiers flew into
Calgary in time to see the live fire exercise in Suffield.
NOVA SCOTIA INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW
Land Force Atlantic Area (LFAA) held its Armed
Forces Day (AFD) in conjunction with the Nova Scotia
International Air Show (NSIAS) from 6 - 7 September
2003. 4th Air Defence Regiment coordinated the event
for LFAA with the participation of the Armour School,
Royal Canadian Artillery School, 4 Engineering Support
Regiment, 3 Area Support Group, 2nd Battalion, The
Royal Canadian Regiment, 3 Intelligence Company, and
36 Canadian Brigade Group.
4th Air Defence Regiment, RCA-2004
2004 proved to be a year full of transition and adaptation for 4th Air Defence Regiment, RCA. Though an unit
of Land Forces Atlantic Area (LFAA) 2004 saw 4 AD Regiment personnel working with 1 CMBG in the initial stages
of the Direct Fire Support (DFS) trials, 4 Wing during Ex
WOLF SAFARI, deployed overseas with Op ATHENA and
HALO, as well as CFS Alert. In the middle of this, command passed from LCol Michel Lavoie, CD to LCol Dana
G. Clarke, CD an occasion marked by the Regiment’s
first Ball since it was re-established in 1996.
This event included static displays of military equipment used by the soldiers of LFAA, a dynamic display of
the vehicles and tactics used by the army on the battlefield, face painting for those young at heart, and Light
Armour Vehicle rides.
OP SPLINTER
When Hurricane Juan decided to visit the province
of Nova Scotia, it left an atrocious path of destruction
in its wake. This abrupt force of nature brutalized the
CHANGE OF COMMAND
Command of 4th Air
Defence Regiment was
turned over from LCol
Michel Lavoie, CD to
LCol Dana G. Clarke,
CD on 16 July 2004.
Members of the Regiment from Gagetown,
Moncton and Cold Lake
came together in order
to partake in the ceremony. The ceremony
was held at CFB
Gagetown under the aegis of BGen Ray
Romses, Commander
LFAA. Also in attendance was BGen Christian Barabé, Director
General Joint Force Development, Director of
Artillery Col Robert
Gunn, former CO’s of
Capt Douglas Grant briefs BGen Ray Romses, the commander of Land Force Atlantic Area
(LFAA) during Ex AGILE ARCHER, the first GBAD Level 4 operational evaluation since the
initial acceptance trials in the early 90s.
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the Regiment, Assistant Commissionaire of J Division
RCMP Steve Graham and other invited guests.
deconflicting the use of the friendly airspace.
In March & April of the year the Regiment deployed
in en masse to CFB Gagetown for Ex AGILE ARCHER,
the first GBAD Level 4 operational evaluation since the
initial acceptance trials in the early 90s. The aim of this
ambitious exercise was to validate the unit’s operational
capability for GBAD tasks at the Battery level as well as
provide the field experience of bivouac life to the newer
members of the unit. A distinct success, the unit managed to conduct all activities from the tactical to the
practical deploying the bulk of 210 AD Workshop to the
field and capable of superb maintenance support throughout. Commander LFAA, BGen Romses, made a point
of touring the deployment on the ground as well as assessing the Battery from above by helicopter.
DIRECT FIRE SUPPORT
One of the most consuming issues throughout the
year was the role of the ADATS within the Direct Fire
System concept. The teaming of the fire effects of the
ADATS with that of the TOW and Mobile Gun System
(MGS) is in early stages, but much of the year has been
spent in creating tactics, techniques and procedures
(TTPs for short) in order to field the concept as part of
the Army Transformation. 2004 has been about DFS.
Beginning with Army Experiment 8A in Kingston, during
which detachment commanders from the unit exercised
the concepts early forms in simulation, through to Ex
INITIAL STRIKE where the Regiment deployed a Battery (-) for field manoeuvres with TOW Under Armour
(TUA) and Leopard tanks in Wainwright.
OTHER ACTIVITIES
The 2004 Nova Scotia International Air Show (NSIAS)
took place on the 11 and 12 September 2004, with a
significant army display from LFAA. 128 AD Battery
was the LFAA lead for the display involving various primary mission equipment such as a Coyote recce car,
an ADATS, two Leopard Tanks, two LAV III’s and a BEAVER armoured bridge layer. The Regiment’s detachment in Cold Lake continued the unit’s public communications efforts at the Calgary Stampede gathering large
crowds of interested citizens during the LFWA display
as well.
DFS was also a key feature of the unit’s training
throughout 2004. In April during Ex NIMROD GALE, the
Battery Commander’s course evaluation field training exercise, dedicated direct fire tasks and skills were practiced at the Troop and Detachment level for the first time.
Missile allocations for Ex PERFECT KILL, the annual
GBAD range, were directed by the Chief of the Land
Staff (CLS) to be fired predominantly at ground targets.
ADATS achieved record breaking ground engagements
against marginal thermal targets at ranges of up to 7.2
km in conditions of total darkness and 2km visibility in
mist and rain.
The annual Regimental Rendezvous, or RV, took place
from 2-4 December. A combination of sports day, seasonal parade and soldier’s dinner and celebration of Saint
Barbara drew the unit together in Gagetown from across
Canada. The annual awards of Soldier of the Year went
to Bdr Michel Allain from 119 AD Bty while the 4 AD
Regt Athlete of the Year was WO Richard Desjardins,
CD from HQ & Svcs Bty.
During his visit to the unit on 24 Nov, the CLS, LGen
Hillier, spoke candidly of the new role and the place of
ADATS soldiers in the future Army. Much has yet to be
defined with regards to DFS and ADATS, but one thing
that is clear is the motivation and skill of the Air Defenders to the new job and the chance of supporting the
Army overseas.
CONCLUSION
2004 was a big year. It was a busy year. Nevertheless, it was a year full of transition and promise for the
future. The ascendancy of the Direct Fire Support role
and the continued importance of Ground Based Air Defence battle space awareness and management will keep
the unit active throughout the year to come.
GROUND BASED AIR DEFENCE
The experiences of Op ATHENA and the increased
use of the TUAV in operations have brought the need for
situational awareness and control of the airspace in Canadian areas of operations (AO) into the minds of operational commanders at all levels. Several significant exercises involved Airspace Coordination Centers (ASCC)
from the Regiment in the last year. The first of these
was the Atlantic Littoral Experiment or ALIX for short.
128 AD Bty deployed a number of assets in this Intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition & reconnaissance
(ISTAR) exercise in August. Ex WOLF SAFARI, an air
force exercise with 4 Wing in Cold Lake, Alberta, reinforced the value of these lessons by tying in army activity and ground based sensors to support air operations.
The main aim was to integrate the collection of sensor
data from naval vessels, aircraft, ADATS, Coyote recce
cars, and TUAVs. The ASCC proved critical in
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The Field Artillery School
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
THE YEAR 2003 IN REVIEW
At the Field Artillery School, 2003 was another exciting and eventful year. The School continued to deliver a
wide number of varied courses, while throughout the year,
the Instructors-in-Gunnery, Assistant Instructors-in-Gunnery, staff, and students met and overcame many new
challenges. The School continued sending Instructorsin-Gunnery Assistance Teams to the Regiments for various exercises and activities, including the Army’s 2003
Brigade Training Event in Wainwright, Alberta. Members
of Tactics and Maintenance Training Batteries deployed
to Afghanistan with Operation ATHENA in target acquisition, targeting, and maintenance roles. The School continued to integrate new equipment, such as the Light
Armoured Vehicle III - Observation Post Vehicle (LAV III
OPV), the 81mm mortar, and the Tracked Light Armoured
Vehicle. The Commandant, Lieutenant-Colonel John
Crosman, along with the Regimental Sergeant-Major, Chief
Warrant Officer Don Meehan, and other senior staff members contributed to ongoing developments and deliberation on the future of the Artillery and the Army.
moved from his position as Chief Instructor Maintenance to
become the Adjutant of the Combat Training Centre Headquarters and was replaced by Major Johanne Charest. Captain Dave Gillan moved from W Battery to become the new
School Adjutant, replacing Captain Dave Buchanan who
became the Senior Instructor Tactics before departing for
Afghanistan as the Brigade Targeting Officer.
Headquarters Battery continued to support The Royal
Regiment of Canadian Artillery by executing its mission
“to provide Standards, Administrative, Information, Simulation, Operations and Training functions to the School in
support of its Centre of Excellence responsibilities”. Standards personnel participated in numerous Qualification
Standards and Training Plan Writing Boards throughout
the year in support of the new Artillery Officer and NonCommissioned Members career and training structure.
Training Plans and courseware were also produced on
short notice to ensure that Land Forces Central Area
Reserve Artillery units could operate mortars by Christmas 2003. This year also saw the creation of an electronic learning position within Headquarters Battery to
There were several changes in the senior manning slate
facilitate the introduction of e-learning technologies and
within the School in 2003. Major Tim Young left the position
practices into our Military Occupation Classification training
of Chief Instructor-in-Gunnery (CIG) for National Defence
and education. During this past year Target Acquisition
Headquarters, to be replaced as CIG by the School’s new
was reinvigorated within the Army, and resulted in HeadUnited Kingdom Exchange Officer, Major Andrew Southby,
quarters Battery providing Target Acquisition and MainteRA. Major Gerald Lessard assumed command of 18 Air
nance personnel to attend various trials and courses.
Defence Regiment, and was replaced as Chief Instructor
These personnel are facilitating the rapid introduction of
Tactics by Major Mike Johnstone. Captain Bob Thomas
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Counter Battery Target
Acquisition Radars into the Army to support
Target Acquisition on current operations.
Headquarters Battery also provided the
School’s key point of contact to the Army on
the transition of the Air Defence Anti-Tank
System (ADATS) to the first generation MultiMission Effects Vehicle, which is envisioned
to provide the Army with a ground based Lowlevel Air Defence and precision direct fire and
non-line of sight capability within a single platform. Finally, the Chief Standards Officer, Major Lee Hammond, working on behalf of the
Director Artillery on a multitude of future issues, prepared a number of briefs and presentations and participated in a multitude of
working groups, boards, and conferences
throughout the year on the Artillery’s Interim
The MOBAT in action ready to fire a round into the Hersey Impact Area.
Model Implementation Plan (IMI). This work
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covered such topics as Whole Fleet Management, the
Artillery Equipment Redistribution Plan, and Establishment Change Proposals for all Regular Force Gun Batteries of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery.
Technician for Operation ATHENA in Afghanistan.
This year proved, once again, to be an exciting one for W
Battery, as it supported no less than twenty-nine Field and
Air Defence Courses, not to mention various exercises for
other schools and units on Camp Gagetown. Major Lawrence
Dufour remained the Battery Commander and Master Warrant Officer Darrell McCormick continued in his position as
Battery Sergeant-Major. The Battery was involved with the
Base Auxiliary Security Force exercise, which is held annually in conjunction with 3 Area Support Group. In addition to
routine tasks and exercises, Field Troop was fortunate
enough to conduct a trial on RDM Technology’s new Mobile
Artillery Truck (MOBAT) system. The MOBAT consists of a
105mm Howitzer mounted on
a platform that integrates the
gun, electric gun drives, ammunition racks, stabilization
system, and a navigation and
positioning system.
Tactics Battery had a very busy year. The Battery saw
the establishment of a “Technical Adjutant” during the past
year. This position is now filled by Captain Mike Wood,
who will act as an advisor to the Commandant on new
equipment issues. The Battery has supported the Brigade
Training Event in Wainwright, Alberta, provided targeting
and locating expertise to Operation ATHENA, conducted
trials of new equipment, including the LAV OPV and Mobile Artillery Truck System (MOBAT), and has begun to
rewrite several Artillery publications, all the while continuing to provide first class instruction to students. At the
time of writing, the Battery had
six personnel deployed to Afghanistan with 2 Brigade to
control the operation of Un2003 was an interesting,
manned Aerial Vehicles
challenging, and exciting year
(UAVs) and Radars. Six more
for all Canadian Gunners, and
personnel are currently trainespecially for those at the
ing for the next rotation with 5
School. The Army’s focus on
Brigade. For Tactics Battery’s
its Intelligence, Surveillance,
Targeting Troop, the year beTarget Acquisition, and Recongan with the Basic Artillery Surnaissance (ISTAR) capabilities
vey Course. Participation on
promises a bright future for the
the Brigade Training Event was
Royal Regiment of Canadian
the focus of the next few Two Hawker Hunter aircraft over fly the Forward Air
Artillery and for the Royal Camonths. During the exercise, Controller Course.
nadian Artillery School.
the Troop flew a “surrogate
UAV”, which was a Vindicator target drone with an attached
THE YEAR 2004 IN REVIEW
video camera, and many valuable lessons were learned.
The School had a challenging and eventful year in 2004.
They have also coordinated support to a variety of trials,
The School continued to conduct numerous national and
notably the MOBAT demonstration, and worked on LAV
internal courses and it provided Instructor-in-Gunnery (IG)
OPV. Finally, Tactics Troop continued to provide tactics
teams to units across the Royal Regiment; all while coninstruction on many courses across the School.
currently improving courseware to meet the requirements
of army transformation. The School also continued to pro2003 was an eventful year for Gunnery Training Batduce tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) for new
tery. The primary focus of Gunnery Training Battery conequipment, such as the Light Armoured Vehicle III – Fire
tinued to be the conduct of national courses. The basic
Effects Vehicle (LAV III FEV), and the unmanned aerial
training of all gunner recruits has been centralized at the
vehicle (UAV) operations based on lessons learned from
School under a new Basic Gunnery Training Troop. The
Operation ATHENA. Air Defence Anti-Tank System
introduction of the LAV III OPV has required the modifica(ADATS) was also in the Army’s spot light this year and
tion of teaching and doctrine within the Fire Support Cothe School’s experts were directly involved in transforming
ordination Centre cell. The decision to give the Army’s
the concept into doctrine. The School marked a signifimortars to the Artillery has created a significant amount
cant accomplishment as the Artillery Transformation posiof work to ensure that Gunners know how to man, opertion paper was completed. Command of the School also
ate, train, and fight this weapon.
changed hands this past year from Lieutenant-Colonel John
Crosman to Lieutenant-Colonel Brian Douglas. The School
During this past year, Maintenance Training Battery
achieved many successes throughout 2004 and each of
completed a total of nine courses, dealing with Low Level
the School’s five batteries met their respective challenges
Air Defence Equipment, Land Based Radar Equipment,
head on.
and the M109A4 self-propelled howitzer. Aside from providing mandated technical training, the Battery also proHeadquarters Battery saw new leadership this year with
vided a Land Communications and Information Systems
the outgoing BC, Major Lee Hammond, moving to replace
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Major Richard Lavoie as Deputy Commandant. Major Tim
Hogan moved in from Gunnery Training Battery as the new
BC. Captain Shawn Fortin replaced Captain Warren Smith
as Operations Officer, and Captain Greg Ivey took over the
Adjutant’s position from Captain Dave Gillan. Captain Gillan
received a Colonel-Commandant’s Commendation for his
exemplary work over a year and a half as School Adjutant.
Outgoing Battery Sergeant-Major, Master Warrant Officer
Jim Given, accepted his commission and was promoted to
Captain. Newly promoted Master Warrant Officer Don
Robinson replaced him as BSM.
by instructing Battle Group and Combat Team level tactics packages to seven different course serials. Shifting
the ADATS’ primary role from Air Defence to Direct Fire
(DF), coupled with its future integration into the DF Support Squadron, required modified tactics packages and
lesson plans to reflect the evolving role of the system.
Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) Troop had a
very interesting year with soldiers from the troop returning
from Kabul Operation ATHENA Rotation 0 and deploying
on Rotation 1. The learning curve was very steep as new
procedures for the Artillery Hunting Radar (ARTHUR),
Counter Mortar Radar and the SPERWER Tactical UAV
continued to be developed in theatre. The key lessons
learned will form the foundation for future doctrine and
TTPs. Congratulations went to Warrant Officer Arthur
Snodgrass, having received an ISAF Commendation for
his outstanding performance in Afghanistan. The STA
Troop also began developing its core knowledge and technical expertise for the newly acquired Silver Fox miniUAV; Sergeant Steve Lemieux and Bombardier Chris
Coughlan have taken the lead with the system.
Gunnery Training (GT) Bty, under the continuing leadership of the Chief Instructor-in-Gunnery, Major Andy
Southby, and his BSM Master Warrant Officer Ron Benoit,
remained dedicated to courseware production, to the development of CIG Directives and to its primary focus of
conducting national courses. The Technical InstructorIn-Gunnery (TIG) concept was implemented, recognizing
the qualifications of Assistant Instructors-In-Gunnery (AIG)
who had commissioned from the ranks. Captain Wayne
LeBlanc was the first officer to be granted this prestigious
qualification, and was quickly followed by Captains Lorne
Doucet, Jim Given, Luigi Andreola, and Dave Gillan, and
Lieutenants Jim Hawco and Gilles Courtemanche. New
Command Post Exercise (CPX) rooms were established
with their full complement of radios, computers, and fibreoptic cabling, giving the School a custom-built facility
capable of training students in a Battle Group Fire Support Coordination Centre right down to battery command
post level. Furthermore, the Indirect Fire Trainer underwent a significant facelift to provide 21st Century graphics and capabilities, including trialling a Forward Air Controller Simulator (I-FAC) for our students.
Maintenance Training (MT) Bty welcomed a new BC
this year, with Major Elizabeth McCarthy replacing Major
Johanne Charest. Master Warrant Officer Wendy Mooney
took over as Battery Sergeant-Major; her predecessor,
Master Warrant Officer Paul MacAskill, departed for the
Golan Heights. Aside from providing the mandated technical training, MT Bty provided two qualified Land Communication and Information Systems Technicians for Operation ATHENA in Afghanistan.
W Bty bid farewell to Major Lawrence Dufour, who was
posted as the Canadian Exchange Officer to the Royal
Artillery School at Larkhill, UK and welcomed Major
Sylvain Gagné. Master Warrant Officer Darrell McCormick
continued as BSM of the Army’s largest and most diverse battery. This year, W Bty spent more then two hundred days in the CFB Gagetown Training Area having
supported twenty-nine field and air defence courses. The
Base Auxiliary Security Force (BASF) remained a significant standing task for which W Bty was responsible; it
provided the headquarters element and three of four platoons. AD Troop was also pleased to welcome back
Sergeant Anthony Tullett and Bombardier Peter Sova from
Operation ATHENA Roto 1 in Afghanistan.
The implementation of the LAV OPV continues to challenge the Fire Support Coordination Centre Cell. The Forward Air Controller Cell, thanks to the significant personal
efforts of Captain James Allen, was formally established
as the Canadian Forces COE. The new Artillery Officer
Developmental Period (DP1) Common Phase was conducted for the first time during the summer of 2004. This
course focused on teaching young officers the basic knowledge and skills required for employment as a Troop Commander in either field or air defence stream. This, in turn,
necessitated the creation of an all-encompassing Air Defence Phase IV (AODP1 (Mod 2) AD), and meant that the
last legacy Basic Artillery Officer (Field) Phases 3 and 4
were conducted this year. The year-long AIG (Field) Course
was reintroduced this year for the first time since 1991.
In conclusion, 2004 was a rewarding year for all members of the School. The increasing importance of Surveillance and Target Acquisition assets on CF operations
assures that these artillery skills, and the requirement to
teach these skills at the School, will be in demand. The
growing requirement for a highly mobile gun system, which
led to numerous trials at the School, gives a glimpse of
what the field gunners may expect in terms of capability
in the near future. The School enters 2005 fully confident
in the skills and abilities of its personnel, and eagerly
anticipating the future.
Tactics Bty continued under the leadership of Major
Mike Johnstone, while receiving a new BSM as Master
Warrant Officer Toni Gilks took over from Warrant Officer
Roland Woods during the APS. The Bty commenced
2004 by deploying Surveillance and Target Acquisition
experts to Operation ATHENA in Afghanistan.
Tactics Troop supported many courses, particularly
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The Royal Canadian Artillery
Band
The Royal Canadian Artillery Band, located in
Edmonton Alberta, strives to be the première military music
resource in Canada, providing noteworthy musical support to military units. The unit is recognized and utilized
as a major public relations tool. A dedicated emphasis
on performing with marked professionalism, no matter the
occasion, endeavours to make the name of The RCA Band
synonymous with the highest musical standard.
August. The first leg of a three-week tour started in Ottawa with Fortissimo—a massed band super concert and
sunset ceremony performed on Parliament Hill. From
there the band traveled to Quebec City to participate in
Le Festival international de Musiques militaires de
Québec. In the last week of the tour, The RCA Band flew
to Bosnia to support the SFOR’s Change of Authority
Ceremony for General Beare. It was the first time in recent history that a regular force military band supported
a NATO operation.
As one of six Canadian Forces professional brass and
reed bands, the unit consists of 35 highly skilled musicians. Although proudly RCA, the band serves all elements of the CF.
When the band returned to Edmonton in September,
they said good-bye to Major Gerry Heslip, and welcomed
incoming Commanding Officer, Captain Brian Greenwood.
The band then moved into their new state of the art professional musical facility at the Edmonton Garrison. Before the musicians had a chance to unpack, they flew to
South Korea to represent Canada in the Wonju International Tattoo for two weeks.
The year held many significant events for the unit. In addition to supporting military functions, the band toured around
the local area, performing at the Winspear Centre for the Alberta
Music Teachers’ Association, at the Jubilee Auditorium for
the Legion Memorial Tribute Concert, performing a number of
Change of Command Parades including the PPCLI Freedom
of the City and Sunset Ceremonies, Calgary’s Stampede
Parade and Edmonton’s Klondike Days Parade.
After the Remembrance Day Ceremonies, the band
prepared for the Christmas season, and a tour to the
Home Station in Shilo Manitoba. The band enjoyed performing for The Wheat Kings hockey game, and sharing
the stage of the Western
Manitoba Centennial Auditorium with the Brandon University Wind Ensemble.
The RCA Band toured extensively after their leave in
Music performed by The
Royal Canadian Artillery
Band is a diverse repertoire
encompassing many musical styles. In addition to
the Symphonic Concert
Band, other musical groups
include mess dinner bands,
jazz bands, and smaller
chamber groups including
woodwind quintet and brass
quintet. For more information on The Royal Canadian
Artillery Band or to request
a free copy of our latest recording “Traditions”, please
contact us at
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1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment
& 84th Independant Field Battery
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
LCol J.D. Henley assumed command of the Regiment from LCol D. Muise during a 5 day live –fire
exercise conducted in CFB Gagetown in August 2003.
This exercise was the Regiment’s longest live-fire exercise not directly related to our areas army concentration (ARCON) annual exercise.
In February 2004, the Regiment took part in EX
SOUTHBOUND TROOPER IV in Ft Pickette, Virginia.
EX ST is an annual exercise which, historically, has
been dominated by infantry training, but members of
the 2/224th Aviation Battalion, Virginia National Guard,
intrigued by the prospect of moving our guns with the
Blackhawks, invited the Regiment to partake in the
exercise. The Regiment managed to move 3 guns
and a command post via US National guard flat-beds
to Virginia. Once in Ft Pickette each detachment was allocated one HMMWV to be used as their prime mover. Although it was initially thought the towing capacity of the
vehicles would be exceeded by our guns, this was quickly
dispelled as the HMMWVs are powerful enough to tow the
guns and have decent brakes to stop on a gun marker. The
only significant drawback was the lack of space. Guns
crews used to traveling in an MLVW had to adjust to a
significantly smaller cargo capacity.
gressed. Two significant events took place during ARCON
’04, firstly the guns were once again moved via Blackhawks,
and secondly, the first all-digital fire mission was conducted.
This was accomplished using an upgraded version of the
IFCCS. The mission was sent electronically from the observer to the Command Post (for a safety double-check)
and lastly to each gun detachment. The gun detachments
were each provided a laptop to receive and acknowledged
fire orders.
On the plus side, the ammo, included practice squash
head rounds, which allowed the regiment to conduct a direct shot competition. Sgt Troy MacPhersons gun detachment demonstrated the best gun drill and most effectively
engaged the target.
In addition the to EX SOUTHBOUND TROOPER IV
and ARCON, 1st Fd has participated in several live- fire
exercises, most notably our annual November exercise
EX STADI ROD in which we support the Field Artillery
School’s Instructor in Gunnery Course. In conjunction with
3rd Fd Regt RCA, we provide an additional firing unit in
order to allow the students on the IG course to practice
fire planning.
The C3s, had never been moved by any air unit in the
CFs so there was no established method to carry out this
maneuver. Through diligence and perseverance and consultation with the Blackhawk unit and a local crane operator, the Regiment quickly established proper chain
lengths and connection points. The guns, with complete
gun crew in the aircraft, were moved 3 times to a fully
recced position. The OP, not to be outdone, deployed
tactically in the Blackhawks on several occasions.
One of the most significant changes has been the employment of a full-time recruiter. MWO Scott MacFarlane
has been the regiment’s dedicated Recruiting Officer for
the last 2 years. His work has clearly paid off as no fewer
than 80 new soldiers have been enrolled within the last 2
years, a trend which hopefully will continue.
ARCON ’04 was a defensive oriented 7 day exercise
conducted in CFB Gagetown. The exercise was broken
down into 3 phases; the BC’s exercise followed by the
CO’s exercise and lastly occupation of a dug-in defensive
position. Although the exercise started with an intense rainstorm, the weather improved considerably as the week pro-
All in all, it is evident that 1st Fd Regt RCA has had a
busy and productive year; a number of “firsts” have been
accomplished, members of the Regiment have participated
in interesting exercises, new equipment has been introduced,
a serious influx of new soldiers has contributed to our effectiveness and countless operational taskings have been filled.
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7 th (Toronto) Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Bechmanis and MBdr Stephen Thomas spent six months
in OP Athena, transporting goods, people and information throughout ISAF’s areas of operation. BC HQ, Major
Kerry St. George, served as a member of OP Palladium
(Roto 13) as SFOR’s Deputy Liaison Officer to the Croatian
Government. He was responsible to ensure the smooth
passage of goods, equipment, vehicles and troops destined for Bosnia Herzegovina coming through Croatia. Finally, our Regimental Padre, Captain Ralph Rains deployed
to the Golan Heights under OP Danaca (Roto 89).
7Th Toronto Regiment – Bearing as Laid 2003-2004
Despite its armouries being turned upside down due
to a major renovation during the 2003-2004 period, the
7th Toronto Regiment continued its proud tradition to soldier on and complete its mission on time on target. Under
the leadership of Commanding Officer LCol Jim Brazill,
the Regiment witnessed an incredible year of gunnery.
RECRUITING
The September recruiting drive, saw ten recruits join
the regiment, and complete introductory training in preparation for their BMQ. 7th Toronto’s recruiting group continues to lead the Canadian Forces in attracting a culturally diverse, multilingual, physically fit and academically
sound soldier base.
REMEMBRANCE DAY 2003
7th Tor Gunners opened the legislature and fired the
Remembrance Day Salute at Queen’s Park in honour of
our fallen comrades. This year the Regiment welcomed
Lance Bombardier George Thompson from Texas to lay
and fire our Limber Gunner Association’s 25 pounder.
When LBdr Thompson returned for the 2004 salute, he
was admitted as an Honorary Life member of the 7th
Toronto Regiment and received an engraved casing during the annual Church Parade.
EXERCISES
Exercises Fast Frost and Cold Thunder at LFCA TC
Meaford provided a test of our means to deliver fire in glacial conditions, while simultaneously defending the battery
against an simunition armed enemy. In 2004, Regimental
2I/C Major Bill Kalogerakis took command of the firing bat-
These new soldiers learned to appreciate the camaraderie and renowned family spirit of the 7 guns. The Regiment continued its tradition of inviting guest speakers.
Major John Stewart shared insights on his experience as
a CIMIC Tactical Operator for OP Athena. We were also
fortunate to hear from D-Day veteran, Captain (Retd) Peter Smith, who has since passed, with our fond prayers
sent to his family.
OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENTS
Two of the Regiments soldiers MBdr Michael
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tery and handed the 2I/C job to BC Major Steve Zurbrigg, 9
Bty completed three live fire shoots within six weeks. Exercises Fall Hammer, Grim Reaper and Grape Shot honed
9 Bty’s precision and lethality on the battlefield. The Regiment recently welcomed Capt Paul Szabunio from 20th
Field Regiment as a Fire Effects Officer.
multiple moves, harassing fire tasks, a live direct shoot
with electronic targets and repeated regimental missions
in support of a blocking operation. This was the highlight
of the training calendar.
The success of SG04’s was no coincidence, since
7th Toronto Regiment was tasked to plan and command
the composite regiment for the second time in three years.
C/S 1 was comprised of 30th and 11Fd, C/S 2 was comprised of 7th and 49th Fd, C/S 3 was 56th Fd. 7th Toronto
also had the unique privilege to staff a Fire Effects Jump
Detachment attached to 2 Independent Para Coy.
7th Toronto Regiment has been tasked to provide communications and liaison expertise to local authorities under 32 CBG’s Domestic Response Unit to counter local
security and terrorism threats.
SUMMER TRAINING
Every year 7th Tor sends a number of its members on
course with several members excelling. Gnr Malikov
topped his Soldier Qualification course, while MBdr
Khlyustov topped the Det Comd course.
The Regiment extends its heartfelt thanks to Honorary Colonel the Honourable Roy MacLaren P.C. for his
distinguished support to the Regiment, and welcomes the
forthcoming promotion of Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Jim
Hubel CD, AdeC as the Regiment’s Honorary Colonel in
2005. The Regiment is also pleased to announce the appointment of Major General (Retd) Bryan Stephenson to
Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel in 2005.
EX STALWART GUARDIAN 04
SG04, proved to be a remarkable display of shock
and awe, particularly for our new gunners. SG included
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11th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
As another year
passes, it is time to
reflect on the challenges and successes
of one of Canada’s oldest Artillery Regiments.
composite battery (41
Bty) along with 30th
Field Regiment, RCA
as part of the militia
composite Regiment.
This challenging exercise was the culmination of the progression
of individual to collective
training and proved 11
Field Regiment capable
of achieving all its assigned Artillery BTS.
The Regimental
Christmas dinner in
Dec 03 was an unqualified success, with mirth
and merriment enjoyed
by all. The dinner also
saw the presentation of
the annual Centennial
Awards which were
awarded to: Best Junior Officer – Lt Iain Kent, Best Senior NCO – Sgt Alex Prentice,
and Best Junior NCO – MBdr Jeff Schmidt.
Always active in the
community, 11th Field
Regiment partnered with
the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to support their “CIBC
Run for the Cure” fundraising campaign. The participants began their activities with a welcoming ceremony at the Armoury
and started the 1 km walk or 5 km run with bang courtesy of a
C3! The inaugural Guelph Run went very smoothly and the
Regiment was instrumental in the success of the event that
raised over $170,000 with 1,300 participants. The Fergus Highland Games provided an excellent recruiting and community
footprint opportunity for the Regiment, as did the Ti-Cats Labour
Day Football Game at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton.
Over the year 2004, the Regiment successfully achieved
all of its taskings, which included field exercises both in
LFCATC Meaford (Exercises POLAR GUNNER, CO-OPERATIVE GUNNER II, MAPLE CALM, MAPLE STORM, PROTECTIVE THUNDER and CLEAN SWEEP II) and CFB
Petawawa (Exercises STALWART GUARDIAN 04 and LONE
WOLF). The Regiment also participated in CAX work-up training for Exercise STALWART GUARDIAN 04 at LFCA HQ in
Jan and Feb (Exercise TRILLIUM SCEPTRE, Parts 1 and 2).
The annual ELOC qualification, Exercise BASIC SKILLS,
was conducted in Sep 04, with the vast majority of the Regiment completing all required stands and qualifying with the
C7A1 rifle. Demonstrating the dedication of its soldiers, 11th
Field Regiment has fielded six howitzers, three FEDs plus a
0/95 and echelon on every one of its exercises so far this
training year. On these ambitious exercises, not only have all
remaining soldiers ELOC qualified, but the Regiment has also
fired its C6/C9s, plus M72s and M18A1 Claymore mines. As
a result of this success, the Regiment is anxiously looking
forward to deploying its own Battery as part of composite
Regiment on Exercise STALWART GUARDIAN 05.
Jun 04 brought about a change of command of the
Regiment. Following a second “tour” as CO, LCol Robert
Elliott handed over the reigns of command to LCol Morley
Armstrong. The reviewing officer for the ceremony was
former CO and now Commander 31 CBG, Col Wayne
Shiplo. In Nov 04, CWO Paul Yetman, was promoted to
his new rank and appointed as Regimental Sergeant Major.
Also in Jun 04, the Regiment had the unique opportunity to
support the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra’s “Concert in the
Park” at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Exercise UBIQUITIOUS
THUNDER saw the Regiment deploy four gun detachments to
provide the “cannon” fire for their presentation of “The 1812 Overture”. The concert went exceptionally well and the soldiers
were well received by both the orchestra and the audience.
One of the main events coming up in 2005 is the celebration to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the 11th
(Hamilton-Wentworth) Field Battery during the weekend of
3-5 Jun 05. Along with this significant milestone, the soldiers of the 11th Field Regiment are looking forward to 2005
and ready to take on all taskings and challenges with their
usual enthusiasm and professionalism.
Exercise STALWART GUARDIAN 04 proved to be an
outstanding exercise. 11th Field Regiment was part of a
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20 th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
The year 2003 saw 20th Field Regiment continue at a
breakneck pace in developing the professional skills of all of
its members. The Regiment started the year with a Basic
Artillery Technician course. The course ran on weekends
for approximately 3 months. Immediately following that, 41
CBG hosted EX BOLD BEAR at CFB Wainwright where the
Regiment provided fire support for a platoon live fire assault.
2003. Their efforts were recognized as instrumental in reducing damage, preventing loss of life and providing much needed
assistance to local authorities and firefighters.
With the conclusion of the domestic operation, the Regiment begin the process of collective training. Three fall exercises were held; an ELOC and range practice in September
and two field exercises in Wainwright, AB in October and
November respectively. EX HUSKY HOLLOW in October,
saw the visit of Colonel Commandant. During this exercise
as well as EX RIMINI GUNNER in November, the Regiment
focussed on developing crew skills then building to multiple
deployments, quick actions, coord illum missions and troop
commander fire plans. Despite freezing rain making travel
difficult the St. Barbara’s Day Dinner was successful with
many members of the Regiment displaying their loyalty by
making the extra effort to attend the annual event in Red Deer.
The spring saw the Reserve Artillery world blessed with
the arrival of a new piece of kit, the Gun Laying and Positioning System (GLPS), which is a revolutionary combination of
a theodolite, laser range finder and a global positioning system. This new equipment, necessitated conversion training
for all of our Artillery Technicians. The spring saw a number
of field exercises cancelled or postponed to the fall, due to a
number of unforeseeable circumstances, from weather to
resources. The unit kept active during one of the cancelled
exercise weekends, by training in the use of the LOSV. This
training was particularly welcome due to the rarity of the
opportunity for the Regiment to work with this equipment.
2003 saw a year of consolidation for the Regiment as
the growth experienced from 2002 was maintained and members of the Regiment were able to complete individual training followed by crew and battery level training. With the sense
of camaraderie, dedication and determination of all members of the Regiment, 20th Field Regiment, RCA is well
placed for the future.
In May 2003, LCol M.G. Mussolum was off to OP ATHENA,
replaced by LCol W.D. McRobbie as CO. Maj Fowler as BC
61 Fd Bty, was also tasked to Africa as a member of MONUC
(OP CROCODILE). Not to be outdone, MWO Steed was sent
on a tasking to OP DANACA and
CWO Cameron served as a member
of OP PALLADIUM, Rotation 13.
Immediately following the summer courses and taskings, fires in
the Province of British Columbia became the focus of Canada and in fact
the world. EX ACTIVE EDGE 2003,
an Alberta Reserve Force concentration, was cancelled to allow maximum support. 20th Field Regiment
took up the call for support with 12
members participating in OP PEREGRINE. The members were all
from 78 Fd Bty and were as follows;
OCdt McKenzie, Bdr Cariou, Bdr
Strong, Bdr Styles, Pte Airth, Gnr
Brousseau, Pte Busch, Pte Keen,
Gnr Odegard, Gnr Reid, Gnr Shudra
and Gnr Underwood. Members of
the Regiment participated in this
operation from 21 Aug until 30 Sep
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49 th (Sault Ste Marie)
Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
ticed their patrolling and winter tent routine.
The 49th Field Regiment had a busy 2003/04 schedule. The unit attended 13 different exercises in addition
to numerous attachments for other units. From September 03 to May 04 the unit ran 6 courses and an inhouse training school for those who were not teaching
or attending.
During the March break, the unit sent 40 troops to
CFB Petawawa for EX Gunning Wolves. On the exercise, the soldiers fired copious amounts of C6/C9, M72,
grenades and qualified on gas drills in the hut. The highlight of the exercise was a live fire jungle lane with the C7.
The soldiers found the lane challenging and sound shooting skills were essential.
The exercises included 3 dry and 2 live weekend gun
shoots, 2 winter warfare, 2 artillery professional development
weekends, a mil skills competition and a very challenging
IBTS weekend.
EX Stalwart Guardian saw the unit deploy 3 guns alongside 3 from 7th Toronto Regiment. The regiment supplied
55 soldiers in various roles for the exercise.
The winter warfare exercise was extremely challenging for the troops. The scenario called for two forces to
skijor approximately 30 km each and conduct an quick
attack when they met. The terrain was very hilly and
provided the LOSV operators with an excellent opportunity to hone their skills. Although hard on equipment,
the exercise reinforced skills practiced at the armoury
and by the end of the exercise, the instances of soldiers
burying their heads in snow banks had diminished dramatically. After the meeting action, the soldiers prac-
The summer training program sent 20 members on
courses including: Arty Tech Parts 1 & 2, BMQ, SQ, DP1,
PLQ, RAOTP 2&3 and FEO 1&2. Lt Lambert S (now Capt
Lambert) topped her FEO Part 1. Lt Iaconis successfully
completed his jump course (way to go jumper!).
The unit is in a rebuilding cycle, is actively recruiting
and looks forward to an dynamic 2004/05 training year
Band of Brothers - Ex STALWART THRUST.
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56th Field Artillery Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2003
2003 was an exciting and hectic year for the Gunners of
the Niagara Peninsula. The Regiment began the year in the
field with EX FROZEN GUNNER in January and finished in
December with EX FALL GUNNER. The Regiment had the
highest pers tempo of any of the 17 Units in 31 Brigade
(filling 15% of the Bde summer pers tasks), and took delivery of a new weapon system, the 81mm mortar. Throughout the year, the Regiment participated in a variety of community events, keeping Gunners in the public eye throughout the 4000 sq km of the Regimental community footprint
69 Battery Simcoe
A three vehicle bay storage facility was completed during the year, the final new Armoury structure. 69 Bty is
now fully housed in a tremendous, new Armoury, the envy
of the Regiment. The Bty made good use of its facility in
early September when it hosted a Regimental BBQ, organized by CWO (Retd) J E Charleau, and the Simcoe
Gunners Assoc, to acknowledge the outstanding contribution of our long serving Honourary Colonels, BGen (Retd)
Len Salmon of St Catharines and Col (Retd) Don Wilkin
of Brantford, have made to the CF and 56 Field Regiment
in particular.
The Regiment participated in combined arms CAXs, CPXs
and FTXs as part of 31 CBG, all focused on getting ready for
EX STALWART GUARDIAN, the LFCA week long concentration in Petawawa at the end of the summer. In August, 56
Fd merged with the other Reserve Regts in LFCA to form an
18 Gun Regiment. It was here we showed the other Arms
and Branches that the Gunner family can gather from many
locations, and come together as one to work as a team.
HQ Battery and RHQ Brantford
Cpl Byron Rodriguez was presented a Brigade Commanders Commendation for his fine support to the Regiment and his outstanding work in the community with
disabled adults. There were also a few pers changes
during the year, as Maj Steve Hewitt left to take over his
Bty in 2 RCHA (along with a six month stop over with
ISAF in Afghanistan) and Maj Kelly Richardson, BC HQ
and former Regt 2IC, left to join 23 Med Coy. Capt Ian
Stubbs, (a former member of just about every Regimental organization throughout his 30+ years serving the
Guns), retired. Capt Howie McLaughlin, Ops O spent
the last half of the year working with Bosnians and members of the RCD BG, as part of OP PALLADIUM ROTO
13. CWO Mark Pigeau went over to the “Dark Side” to
become Capt Pigeau and passed the RSM Pace Stick
CWO Jeff Gowanlock.
The mission given to 56 Fd in early September was to
field an 81 mm Mortar Battery by August 2004. We were
the first Reserve Artillery Regiment in Canada to be assigned this new role. The Regiment had a Change of Command in November. LCol Don Hamilton, who commanded
the Regiment for over just over six years passed command to Maj Lyle Herod, posted in from Shilo where he
Commanded the WATC Detachment Shilo for three years.
10 Battery St. Catharines
In April the battery exercised its Freedom of the City of
St. Catharines by parading and celebrating the 88th Anniversary of the Battle of St. Julian, where the forefathers of
10 Bty helped hold the Allied line when the German Army
attacked in Ypres, using poison gas for the first time to
support a large scale offensive. In June the BSM, WO
John Mc Donald was honoured as one of the few Canadian
parachutists who jumped into Normandy on June 6th to
commemorate the opening of the Juno Beach Centre. In
July, the BC Capt Christopher Marvin was deployed overseas on OP ATHENA.
2004
The gunners of the Niagara Peninsula have just finished another exciting and challenging year. The Regiment, took part in numerous CPXs, FTXs training events,
a variety of community activities throughout our 5000 km2
area. The unit also honored our Nation’s Veterans by participating in Memorial and Remembrance Services in
the Six Nations. However, the most rigorous and challenging aspect facing our Unit this year was training the
Regiment on the 81 mm mortar.
54 Battery, Brantford
The spring period was occupied with Juno Beach Centre fund raising activities, coordinated by BSM WO Paul
Elliot (for which he received a well deserved Brigade Commanders Commendation).
The mortar implementation process spanned ten
months, and was very onerous for the Unit. Challenges
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son locations two hours apart.
Dave Scrutton retired after more than twenty years of dedication to the Guns. WO Richard Bucko hung up his
wrenches after 16 years of service in the Reserve Force
and 20 years of service in the Regular Force. Capt Howie
MacLachlan returned from duty in Bosnia and did a component transfer from the Regular Army to Class A service.
Capt Patrick Pitt was posted in from Shilo as the Regiments new Adjutant, Sgt Bellmore arrived from 2 RCHA to
take up his position as the Senior Unit Training Assistant
and Sgt Kelly Robinson our TQMS returned from a six
month tour of the Golan Heights tanned and hooked on
Arab coffee. The Regiments Top Detachment Commander,
Sgt Jeff Lindsay, during the Soldiers Christmas dinner reluctantly handed off the COs pennant to the new Top Det
Commander, Sgt Mark Leitch, also from 69 Bty. At the
same event, the Regiment’s Top Soldier was announced,
MBdr Darcy Hansen from 54 Bty. Our Honourary Colonel,
BGen (Ret’d) Len Salmon from St Catharines received the
Fifth Bar to his CD during the Soldiers Christmas Dinner,
sixty years after attending his first dinner as a Gunner!
In October 2003, the Regiment was formally assigned
the task of adopting the 81mm mortar. This LFRR (Land
Force Reserve Restructure) Proof of Concept task was to
determine if Reserve artillery regiments could field 81mm
mortars as their primary weapon delivery system. In August 2004, 56 Fd deployed 43 Battery (part of the LFCA
Reserve composite artillery Regiment), an 8-tube mortar
battery, during EX STALWART GUARDIAN 2004. This concentration in Petawawa saw 3000 Reserve and 500 Regular soldiers training together for a week. 43 Bty fired the
first live rounds of the FTX less than 24 hours after arriving,
and a full day before the other btys in the composite regiment began engaging targets. These rounds were fired in
support of a live fire dismounted company blocking position at targets that were 800 meters away from the closest
friendly troops. The rounds were on time, on target and
impressive to those watching.
The mortar training was hectic, challenging and completely successful. The Regiment took delivery of its mortars in November 2003. The first 10 day long mortar course
for 56 Fd commenced in December 2003 for the Class A
instructors. The first live 81mm rounds from this first serial
went down range at CFTA Meaford on 10 January 2004,
less than two months after the RQMS drew the first mortar
tubes. Subsequent serials of the Mortar course began later
in January, and ran until the end of May. Four serials were
run, with 82 graduates.
2004 flew by for 56 Field. More than 2,600 81mm rounds
fired, without error, 80 105mm rounds fired, showing we
can still hold our own with a howitzer. 5 Mortar crse serials
with 100% success rate, 83 mor grads, 600+ trg days attended by Regimental personal for Mortar training over and
above the planned Regimental training calendar published
in the Fall 2003. Despite this intense training tempo during the year, we still filled the third highest number of summer tasks among the 16 Bde Units. We participated in
more than twenty-five Remembrance Day events throughout our Area and numerous fairs, trade shows and displays over the year. Most importantly, by quickly and
seamlessly adapting to mortars, we showed adaptability
and flexibility of the Artillery Branch. Adopting our new role
under LFRR was challenging, but certainly not limiting our
insurmountable, after all, we are Gunners!
Members of the Regiment had a part in this training,
either as students, support staff or as instructors, however
two individuals were key to the Regiments’ success. Our
Regimental Operations Officer, WO Chad Wagar was the
Course Officer for all serials. This included a tremendous
amount of liaison with Standards staffs at Area and Army
level as well as the Artillery School. The
Training Plan for the Regiments courses
was brand new and had not been run by
any Units before 56 Fd. Adapting this
brand new TP to part time soldiers working on weekends only and spread across
three separate locations fully tapped his
AIG skills. He did a first class job as the
Regt Ops O during this time. His partner
through this was WO Paul Elliott, BSM
54 who filled in as Crse WO for each serial, and was responsible for the proper
conduct of each period of instruction over
the five months. He did this while continuing in his full time civilian job during
the week, an impressive balancing act.
The year marked some milestones. In
February, Captain Christopher Marvin, BC
10, returned from OP ATHENA. In April,
the Battery exercised its Freedom of the
City with the rest of the Regiment. Capt
Canadian Gunner
MBdr Christian Jax of 10 Bty, prepares his howitzer for a Number Ones Open Action.
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Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
1st Air Defence Regiment
(Lanark & Renfrew Scottish)
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery welcomed
2003 with open minds and
ready for the new challenges
that awaited. The unit conducted the annual winter indoctrination training, EX FROZEN ARCHER, followed by
communications training culminating in EX IRIS ARCHER,
a level 4 CPX.
living former member of the
Lanark and Renfrew Scottish
Regiment, and another to announce the stand up of F
Troop in Arnprior. This became an excellent opportunity for the unit to integrate
itself within a community outside of the Petawawa/Pembroke area.
The unit deployed nine
soldiers on operations, from
September 03 to February 04.
Seven soldiers deployed as a
part of TFK on Roto 0 Op ATHENA; three members to assist in
the running of the ASCC at KMNB, two with CIMIC, and two
with the ISTAR Coy. We also sent soldiers to Bosnia
Herzegovina. These soldiers received nothing but praise for
their hard work as well as the leadership they displayed throughout their tour. They definitely proved that Air Defence soldiers
are versatile and have great skills and abilities.
Our unit hockey and volleyball teams participated in 2 CMBG’s winter sports finals,
EX OLYMPIAN BEAR. The volleyball team put forth a strong
effort but was knocked out early in the tournament; the ice
hockey team fared better, losing in the finals to HQ and Sigs
Sqn.
In the spring of 2003, the unit sent Senior NCOs to
Kingston to take part in EX INTREPID WARRIOR 03 and EX
TRILLIUM SCEPTER 04, preparing the unit for the Brigade
Training Exercise. The BTE was held in Wainwright AB in
March, was the first major event in which the unit took part.
The unit also conducted an AVGP course.
From fall of 2003 to spring of 2004, the unit remained focused on Air Defence training. Members who would be involved
in EX STALWART GUARDIAN 04 deployed on EX TRILLIUM
SCEPTER 04 and INTREPID WARRIOR 04, held in Toronto.
The rest of the unit was heavily involved in conducting LSVW
and AVGP driver courses than ran from November until June.
Maj G.J. Hardwick passed command to Maj M.F. Notaro
on 4 July 2003 at the Pembroke Armoury. Maj Notaro was
excited to start his new role at the Commanding Officer for
1 AD Regt, however he was deployed on Op ATHENA as
the G3 Air Defence, in charge of the Air Space Coordination Centre. 1 AD Regt lead the first ever-deployed ASCC
with assistance from 4 AD REGT and the RCAS.
The summer activities included DP1, BMQ and SQ
courses and EX STALWART GUARDIAN, the culmination
of the summer training period. This was the time for our
soldiers to put their Air Defence and leadership skills to work.
The reservists returned in September and began preparing for EX BLAZING ARCHER 04. In October, the unit
celebrated its history and traditions with the 1 LAA Regt/
L&R Scot WWII veterans’ final reunion. Ten reservists from
the unit competed in the 33 Bde Mil Skills competition in
Petawawa, placing 8th out of 16. EX BLAZING ARCHER
took place the following week in Gagetown, during which
ten soldiers from the unit fired 34 missiles. 18 of those missiles were direct or technical hits.
Back in Petawawa, the rest of the unit conducted DP2
training including soldiers from 18 AD Regt and 58 AD
Bty. Concurrently, the unit also ran a DP 1 serial out of
the unit lines. All of the summer training culminated with
a Javelin missile firing camp, EX BLAZING ARCHER. The
exercise was held at Center Lake where they had an excellent shoot, hitting 8 out of 15 targets.
The summer came to a close with the unit gearing up for
a big recruiting drive in Carleton Place at the International
Plowing Match. The unit achieved its recruiting goal. During
this event the unit conducted a parade to honour the oldest
As 2004 drew to a close, the unit focused on basic soldier
training including, navigation and weapon drills and celebrated
St Barbara’s Day with sports day and an all-ranks dance.
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18th Air Defence Regiment
The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
2003/2004
September 2003 started off the training year with a
week long validation exercise. This exercise consisted
of 5 days of deployments capped off by a weekend of
overnight training to validate our training and procedures.
Force). The Legion’s Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee
Scholarship was awarded to Gnr Brooks and Pte
Whitegrass.
The Regiment’s floor hockey team placed 2nd in the
Minor Unit Floor Hockey during EX STRONG CONTENDER
(11-17 January, 2004). Later that month, the Regiment
contributed one CP to EX VIRTUAL RAM, the annual 1
CMBG JANUS exercise held in Edmonton. We also sent
members to EX LUMBERING GRIZZLY from 30 January
to 1 February, a 41 CBG exercise held in the Rocky Mountains west of Calgary. This was a SAR exercise conducted
by the brigade simulating a crashed airplane and the subsequent search for survivors.
One Regimental highlight was the various 2003 Remembrance Day ceremonies. Sgt Fowler was in charge
of the firing party, which made three appearances in
connection with Remembrance Day. One was at the
Town of Coaldale, which held their ceremony the day
before (November 10th) so the town’s school children
could attend the ceremony with their classes and learn
why Remembrance Day is important to all Canadians.
The next day the firing party and the rest of the Regiment attended the City of Lethbridge Remembrance Day
ceremonies. Following the memorial service indoors,
the firing party and members of the Regiment proceeded
to the Cenotaph at City Hall. During the Cenotaph Ceremonies it began to snow miserably but the adverse
weather added a poignant reminder to the memories of
those who fell in conflicts past.
During February the Regiment successfully conducted
a PLQ Mod 2 course. From 29 February to 3 March, A
Troop conducted EX SKIING GUNNER. This was a crosscountry skiing exercise through the Kananaskis area. The
final day of the exercise was held at Nakiska where the
troop went downhill skiing.
On 11 – 14 March the Regiment conducted EX BLAZING ARCHER, the annual Javelin live fire exercise for
personnel who were on the Javelin Operator Course held
at the unit from September through to November. For
targeting, we used our own balloon system developed
in-house.
Bdr
Kitchen and Bdr
Lybbert shot down
two balloons.
A Troop set out early on November 12 for Gagetown to
assist with the IG course on EX SUPREME GUNNER.
A week later, the regiment embarked on EX TREKKING
ARCHER, an overnight ruck march through Waterton National Park.
The Regiment
celebrated Saint
Barbara’s Day on the
4th of December by
holding a sports day
at the Lethbridge
Curling Club. Our
annual Soldier’s
Christmas Dinner
was held at the
Travelodge Motel
Banquet Centre on
the 7th of December.
Soldier of the Year
awards were given to
Bdr McCoy (Regular
Force) and Bdr
Rickert (Reserve
From 26-28 March
the unit participated in
EX MOUNTAIN GRIZZLY, a 41 CBG exercise, by sending down
a composite reserve
troop of soldiers to
Fort Lewis, Washington for the weekend.
There the troop played
the role of OPFOR.
On the 3rd of
April, we held the
Legion Family day
at the General
TREKKING ARCHER 2003.
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Javelin Engagement - Through x8 Binos - Suffield.
From 26 July to 18 August the Regiment conducted
an in-house reserve DP 1 Javelin course. The students
had the honour and the privilege of being quite likely the
last members of the CF to learn all about the Javelin S-15
missile system and the Stage 4 Y-trench.
Stewart Branch No. 4 of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Recognition certificates and medallions were handed
out to those who served on OP PEREGRINE. Also, the
2nd Place award for EX STRONG CONTENDER was
handed out as well as promotions, a swearing-in of a
new member and a direct-hit award from Shorts Brothers (the manufacturer of the Javelin S-15 missile) for
Bdr McCoy that arrived nearly two years late. In the
middle of April, A Troop left sunny and warm Lethbridge
and flew east to soggy Gagetown for EXS AGILE ARCHER and NIMROD GALE.
Under rain soaked skies, on 7-8 August the Regiment
established a firm community footprint at the Alberta International Air Show held at the Lethbridge County Airport. We set up an impressive display including two CP’s
with penthouses under cam nets, one Det vehicle, an
HLVW that gave rides to soggy airshow patrons to and
from the parking lot, and two AVGP’s that were giving
rides around the airport. The Regiment also hosted a
meet and greet for all of the air show performers.
From the 17th to the 21st of May, A Troop traveled to
4 Wing Cold Lake to participate in MAPLE FLAG 2004.
On the 2nd of June the Regiment conducted its annual
BET. MBdr Hillier finished the 100 m fireman carry by
spraining his ankle which ballooned to melon-size by
the time he was taken to the hospital. Fortunately for
him, Bdr Kitchen and Bdr Lybbert did not mistake it for a
target of opportunity. The 26th of June we held a Regimental BBQ at our Vimy Ridge Armories.
The City of Lethbridge honoured those soldiers from
the Regiment going overseas with a flag raising ceremony.
The RCA flag was raised at City Hall on the 19th of August.
On the 20th of August we left for EX ACTIVE EDGE,
the Western Area reserve exercise for the summer. We
spent the week and a half deploying around the Wainwright training area honing our skills in the worst weather
experienced all summer. Finally, we all gathered on the
10th of September for the MFRC BBQ. The children and
some adults were kept entertained with face painting,
balloon animals, and a magician.
On the 5th of July, members of the unit went
rappelling in the Magrath, AB area. It was a treacherous sandstone cliff blasted by powerful winds that were
doing their best to push us to our deaths. July 16th
marked the first 18th Air Defence Regiment blood drive.
Many donated blood on behalf of the unit. During the
8-18 July, the Regiment sent members to the Calgary
Stampede on a tasking to set up a Javelin display. They
had fun in the sun explaining the Javelin system to many
Stampeders.
Our year at a glance for our Regiment shows that these
were good yet challenging times. Through it all, as befitting gunners, we soldiered on ready to face another year
and whatever tasks that will be asked of the guns.
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58e Batterie
d’artillerie antiaérienne
Le Régiment royal de l’Artillerie canadienne
L’année 2003 fût très mouvementée pour tous les
membres de la l’unité. Le haut moral, l’entraide et le grand
professionnalisme de tous et chacun a fait de cette année
une réussite. Celle-ci pourrait être décrite en trois éléments ;
soit l’entraînement, les opérations et le côté humain.
Une bonne partie de l’année a été consacrée à
l’entraînement continu et l’instruction de notre personnel. 2003
fût l’hôte de plusieurs cours de qualification tels que : chauffeur de véhicules grizzly et roues, communicateur, mitrailleur
tourelle, commandant de détachement et naturellement le
cours d’opérateur Javelin. Il faut également souligner qu’il y a
eu passation de commandement le 21 septembre dernier
entre le Major Marc Beauchemin et le Major Rénald Dufour.
Au mois d’août dernier, l’unité a reçu la tâche de fournir un
Centre de Coordination de l’Espace Aérien pour l’op ATHÉNA et
de remplir des positions individuelles en vue de l’entraînement
préparatoire et du déploiement subséquent en Afghanistan. En
plus de ceux-ci, quelques officiers sont partis pour l’entraînement
et le déploiement de Op Palladium roto 14 en Bosnie.
Le coté humain a pris tout son sens cette année à l’unité.
Tous les efforts furent déployés au sein de l’unité afin d’assurer un
temps en famille de qualité pour le personnel de la batterie
composant avec le besoin d’entraîner les réservistes et de répondre
aux exigences opérationnelles. De plus, de nombreuses activités
tel que, la journée ‘’Valcartier en Forme” (dont l’unité a remportée
pour la deuxième année consécutive le tournoi de flag football), la
journée de Golf et finalement le dîner de la troupe
ont nettement contribués à renforcir notre esprit
d’équipe.
There were numerous courses given at various levels.
They included the Grizzly and Basic Drivers Courses, Communications, Grizzly Turret Gunners, Air Defence Technician, Javelin Detachment Commander, and naturally the
Javelin Operator Courses. It is equally important to announce the change of command on the 21st of September
between Major Marc Beauchemin and Major Rénald Dufour.
Last August, the unit received the task to provide an
Airspace Co-ordination Centre in support to Op ATHENA
and to provide individual reinforcement to the headquarter
for the build-up and deployment phases. In addition to
this, we also provided some officers, who also began their
training, for deployment on Roto 14 in Bosnia.
The human side had more meaning this year at the unit. All
efforts have been deployed to ensure that battery members would
spend quality time with their families while meeting the requirement to train reservists and getting ready for the upcoming operations. As well, there were a number of activities such as: the
“Valcartier in Shape” Day at which the unit again won this years
flag football match, the golf day and finally the troop luncheon
which has clearly contributed to reinforce our team spirit.
The year 2003 has been an enormous challenge
for all personnel within the unit. The unit will work hand in
hand and put all the effort necessary to make the best of
the next year and successfully meet all the upcoming challenges. 58th Air Defence Battery : One Battery, One team!
L’année 2003 a été, pour tout le personnel de l’unité, un défi énorme. Les membres
de l’unité travailleront main dans la main et
mettront tout les efforts nécessaires pour
relever les défis de l’année qui débutera. La
58e BAAA : une batterie, une équipe!
58th Air Defence Battery
2003 was a very busy year for the members of 58th Air Defence Battery. The high
morale, teamwork and high level of professionalism helped everyone make this year a success. This can be described by three main
elements; that is to say the training, the operations, and the human side.
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RCA RHQ - QGR ARC
&
RCA Museum - Musée d’ARC
The RCA Museum moved out of dilapidated Second
World War H Huts into a new facility on 27 June, 2003. The
old RCSA, Third and First Regiment gun park, Building N118, is now a first class museum facility. The opening ceremony during the RCA Reunion was well attended and included a vintage military vehicle roll-past with the salute taken
by The Colonel Commandant. About half of the building was
ready for the June opening. The next phase of improvements
was completed in time for the RCAA AGM in September,
2004, with the remainder of the building open and the RCA
Kitshop, the Museum staff, and RHQ RCA moved in. The
next phase, which is dependant upon fundraising, will be to
build an extension on the south end of N-118 to house the
staffs, Kitshop, a cafeteria and classroom space. This will
free up more gallery space in the main building, which now
has museum quality air control.
The new Museum will ultimately be 32,500 square
feet, as opposed to 9,500 in the old buildings. Gallery space
will increase to 22,750 square feet from our old standard of
3,500 square feet, ensuring our ability to finally do justice to
the Artillery story and to properly display our extensive vehicle collection. As 2004 drew to a close, the staffs were
working toward two main goals for the coming year. First, to
complete the details of a traveling exhibit at the Canadian
War Museum scheduled to open on Artillery Day, 2005. Second, the wheels are in motion to increase the Museum staff
to a level commensurate with the expanded facility and increasing our ability to preserve and interpret our story for future generations. The Museum staff for 2003-2004 was:
Director – Rick Sanderson
Collections Manager – Clive Prothero-Brooks
Research Assistant (student) – Danielle McCutcheon
Admin Assistant – Mary Lou Barnes
As noted above, RHQ RCA is once again co-located with
the Museum. In addition to routine heritage support to The
Royal Regiment with activities such as The Junior Officers’
Course etc, the past two years have seen RHQ busy with the
revitalization of The Canadian Gunner and The Quadrant. In
addition, we launched the new RCA website at www.artillery.net
and the new online Kitshop (with secure credit card ordering)
at www.rcakitshop.net. The RHQ staff of eleven is provided by
CFB Shilo (four personnel) and 1 RCHA (seven personnel).
Base provides the Regt Maj, Regt Adjt, Regt Asst Adjt and
RHQ Clk. 1 RCHA provides the RHQ TSM (Sgt), three Kitshop
staff and three RCA Workshop staff.
Le Musée de l’ARC a quitté les baraquements délabrés en
forme de H de la Seconde Guerre mondiale pour s’installer dans
de nouvelles installations le 27 juin 2003. La vieille E/ARC située
au parc d’artillerie des troisième et premier régiments,
immeuble N118, est maintenant un musée de première classe.
De nombreuses personnes ont assisté à la cérémonie d’ouverture
durant la réunion de l’ARC, laquelle comprenait le défilé de véhicules
militaires d’époque et le passage en revue par le
Colonelcommandant. Environ la moitié de l’immeuble était prête
pour l’ouverture de juin. L’étape suivante des améliorations a été
terminée à temps pour l’Assemblée générale annuelle de l’AARC
en septembre 2004, le reste de l’immeuble a été ouvert et la
boutique de l’ARC, le personnel du musée et le QGR ARC y ont
emménagé. La prochaine étape, qui dépend de la collecte de
fonds, visera à construire une rallonge à l’extrémité sud de
l’immeuble N118 pour abriter les personnels, la boutique, une
cafétéria et une salle de classe. Cela libérera davantage d’espace
d’exposition dans le principal immeuble, qui dispose maintenant
d’un système de contrôle d’air de qualité muséologique.
En fin de compte, le nouveau musée aura une superficie
de 32 500 pieds carrés, comparativement à 9 500 dans les
vieux immeubles. L’espace d’exposition passera de notre
vieille norme de 3 500 pieds carrés à 22 750 pieds carrés.
Cela nous permettra enfin de rendre honneur à l’histoire de
l’Artillerie et de présenter adéquatement notre collection exhaustive de véhicules. Vers la fin de 2004, les personnels
travaillaient en vue d’atteindre deux principaux objectifs pour
l’année suivante. D’abord, régler les détails concernant une
exposition itinérante au Musée canadien de la guerre qui
devrait débuter à la Fête de l’Artillerie en 2005. Ensuite, la
prise de mesures en vue d’accroître le personnel du musée
de façon proportionnelle aux installations agrandies et
d’accroître notre capacité de préserver et d’interpréter notre
histoire pour le bénéfice des générations futures. Voici le
personnel du musée en 2003-04 :
Directeur – Rick Sanderson
Gestionnaire des collections – Clive Prothero-Brooks
Adjointe à la recherche (étudiante) – Danielle McCutcheon
Adjointe administrative – Mary Lou Barnes
Tel qu’indiqué cidessus, le QGR ARC partage de nouveau
l’espace du musée. En plus d’apporter un soutien patrimonial de
routine au Régiment royal grâce à des activités telles que le cours
d’officiers subalternes, le QGR s’est affairé ces deux dernières années
à revitaliser l’Artilleur canadien et le Quadrant. De plus, nous avons
lancé le nouveau site Web de l’ARC à l’adresse www.artillery.net et la
nouvelle boutique en ligne (dotée de capacités de commande
sécurisée) à l’adresse www.rcakitshop.net. Les onze membres du
personnel du QGR sont fournis par la BFC Shilo (4 personnes) et le
1 RCHA (7 personnes). La base fournit le Maj rég, le Captadj rég,
l’ACaptadjt rég et le commis du QGR. Le 1 RCHA fournit le SMT
QGR (sgt), trois membres du personnel de la boutique et
trois membres du personnel de l’atelier de l’ARC.
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Le campagne d’héritage de l’ARC
The RCA Heritage Campaign
Pleins feux sur l’avenir - le Plan du patrimoine de l’ARC
vise à interpréter, préserver, communiquer et promouvoir
l’histoire des artilleurs du Canada comme élément vital
de l’histoire de l’ensemble de la population canadienne.
Le lancement de la campagne du patrimoine de l’ARC
l’an dernier, principal instrument de levée de fonds pour
soutenir le Plan du patrimoine de l’ARC, a été une réussite.
Targeting the Future –the RCA Heritage Plan, the aim
of which is to interpret, preserve, communicate and promote “The Story” of the Gunners of Canada as a vital
component of the shared history of all Canadians. The
RCA Heritage Campaign, which serves as the key
fundraising activity to support the RCA Heritage Plan, has
enjoyed a successful launch this past year.
Pour la campagne, nous avons adopté une démarche de
sollicitation face à face qui comporte l’identification des donateurs
potentiels et la sélection d’un démarcheur approprié pour faire
la sollicitation comme tel. Comme il s’agit d’une démarche
personnalisée, la campagne se fonde sur une structure régionale
où la connaissance du réseau de camarades artilleurs et amis
permet d’identifier l’ensemble des donateurs potentiels. Jusqu’à
maintenant, bien que nous soyons encore à la recherche d’un
directeur régional pour la région de l’Atlantique, nous avons
trouvé des bénévoles remarquables pour chapeauter notre
campagne dans la plus grande partie du pays.
The fundraising methodology is based on the “face-toface” approach which encompasses the identification of
potential donors and the selection of an appropriate canvasser to “make the ask”. Because of the personal nature
of this approach, the campaign is structured on a regional
basis where knowledge of the fellow Gunners and friends
network allows for a comprehensive identification of potential donors. To date, while still actively seeking a Regional Director in the Atlantic, we have found outstanding
volunteers to lead our efforts in most of the country.
Nous tenons à exprimer notre reconnaissance envers
le Lgén Mike Jeffery (retraité), pour avoir apporté son sens
de la logique au processus d’établissement du plan du
patrimoine de l’ARC, de sa régie, de sa structure et de son
We are thankful for the work undertaken by the Campaign Chair, LGen (Ret’d) Mike Jeffery in bringing logic to
the processes of the RCA Heritage Plan, its governance,
structure and the supporting business plan. The linkages
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plan d’activités. Le lien entre les objectifs particuliers et les
besoins de financement connexes sont clairs, ce qui donne
confiance aux donateurs que leurs contributions permettront
de réaliser nos initiatives de préservation, de diffusion et de
communication internet.
between specific objectives and supporting funding requirements are clear which gives donors confidence that
their contributions enable achievement of our preservation, outreach and online initiatives.
And how are we doing? Last year, we conducted a
trial in the Ottawa area and Manitoba to test the methodology. This relatively short-term trial fundraiser raised an
amazing $170,000.00 in donations and pledges in Ontario
and the Manitoba campaign raised an additional $
52,000.00. These are the activities that these donations
will help to fund this year:
Et où en sommes-nous rendus? L’an dernier, nous avons
mené un essai dans la région d’Ottawa et du Manitoba
pour tester notre démarche. Au cours de cette brève levée
de fonds, nous avons recueilli une somme remarquable de
170 000 $ en dons et promesses en Ontario, et au Manitoba,
nous avons recueilli 52 000 $. Voici les activités que vos
dons aideront à financer cette année :
• Canadian War Museum (CWM) Exhibit. A traveling
exhibit at the CWM on
26 May 05. The exhibit will be entitled “CANADA”S
GUNNERS”; and
• Exposition du Musée canadien de la guerre (MCG).
Exposition itinérante ayant pour titre « Les Artilleurs
canadiens » au MCG le 26 mai 2005;
• Exposition en ligne. Simultanément à l’exposition
du MCG, nous lancerons le site Web des musées de
l’ARC accompagné d’une exposition en ligne.
• Online Exhibit. Concurrent with the CWM exhibit,
we will launch the RCA Museums website with a companion online exhibition.
Je tiens à remercier tous ceux d’entre vous qui ont
contribué à la campagne jusqu’à présent, et je vous tiendrai
régulièrement au courant de nos progrès dans d’autres
numéros de L’Artilleur. Je voudrais également vous encourager, les autres artilleurs et les amis du régiment, à
donner généreusement lorsqu’on vous sollicitera.
J’escompte bien voir se poursuivre la réussite de notre
campagne en vue de faire connaître l’histoire des artilleurs.
I would like to thank all who have contributed to the campaign to date and will routinely provide updates through other
Gunner publications. I would also like to encourage all other
Gunners and friends of the Regiment to consider making a
generous donation when you are approached. I look forward
to further success in support of telling the Gunner story.
RCA Photo Contest
Best Photo related to Field, Air Defence, Target Acquisition or Locating Artillery.
Three Cash Prizes of $200.00
Open to all ranks of the CF –regular / militia / retired
(excluding professional or semi professional photographers)
Submit B & W or colour prints or JPEG photos
(min 300 dpi) to:
RCA Photo Contest
RHQ RCA
PO Box 5000 Stn Main
Shilo, MB R0K 2A0
or e-mail to [email protected]
Entries are accepted year round. Judging occurs three
times per year.
Minimum size of prints is 3 x 5 inches.
All submissions become the property of RHQ RCA and
will not be returned.
Please include a short note explaining information about
the photo and the photographer.
A committee will conduct judging. Units are requested
to promulgate the information in Routine Orders.
Winning photos will be published in The Quadrant. All
submitted photos will included the photo album on
www.artillery.net
Concours de Photo d’ARC
La meilleure photo d’artillerie de campagne ou de défense
anti-aérienne.
Trois prix de 200 $ sont remis.
Pour tous les grades des forces régulières/de milices /ou
retraités (à l’exception des photographes professionnels
ou semi-professionnels).
Vous pouvez soumettre des photos en noir et blanc,
en couleur ou en format de JPEG (min 300 dpi) à:
RCA Photo Contest
RHQ RCA
PO Box 5000 Stn Main
Shilo, MB R0K 2A0
ou par courriel à [email protected]
Les envois sont acceptés tout au long de l’année. Ils sont jugés
trois fois l’an, et l’envoi gagnant est publié à la une du Quadrant.
La taille minimum des photos est de 3 x 5. Toutes les
photos deviendront la propriété de RHQ RCA et ne seront
pas retournées. Veuillez joindre une courte explication à
propos de la photo et de son photographe. Un comité jugera
chacune des photographies. Les unités sont priées de
diffuser l’information dans les Ordres Courants. Les photos
gagnantes seront dans « Le Quadrant ».
Toutes les photos seront disponible dans l’album photos
sur le site www.artillery.net
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L’Artilleur Canadien
The
Colonel Geoffrey Brooks
Memorial
Essay Competition
ELIGIBILITY
The Contest is open to all DND military (Regular and Reserve) and civilian personnel and students attending postsecondary educational institutes.
TOPIC
Write on any topic of military history or specific military interest that pertains to The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery.
Compétition
pour L’essai en
Mémoire du
Colonel Geoffrey Brooks
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.
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 à 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 être 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
Entries must reach RHQ RCA by 28 February 2006.
$1000.00 in prizes will be awarded in spring 2006 ($500 first
prize, $300 second prize and $200 third prize).
JUDGING
The Editor will arrange for a committee to judge the entries.
The decisions of this committee will be final. Results will be
made known in the next issue of The Canadian Gunner and
on www.artillery.net. Winners will be contacted by letter.
The Editor and staff of The Canadian Gunner 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
37
TRANSMETTRE LES DISSERTATIONS À :
Le Rédacteur en chef, L’Artilleur canadien
Concours de dissertation commémoratif Colonel-GeoffreyBrooks, QGR ARC
C.P. 5000, succurs. Main
Shilo (Man.) R0K 2A0
Les dissertations doivent parvenir au QGR ARC au plus tard
le 28 février 2006. Les prix, d’un montant total de 1 000 $,
seront octroyés au printemps de 2006 (1er prix de 500 $,
2e prix de 300 $ et 3e prix de 200 $).
JURY
Le rédacteur en chef formera un comité pour l’évaluation
des dissertations. Les décisions du comité sont finales et
les résultats seront annoncés dans la prochaine édition de
L’Artilleur canadien et sur le Web à www.artillery.net. Les
lauréats seront avisés de leur sélection par lettre.
Le rédacteur en chef et le personnel de L’Artilleur canadien
se dégagent de toute responsabilité concernant la perte ou
le retour de toute dissertation soumise, et de toute
responsabilité concernant la réception, l’évaluation, le
traitement ou le compte rendu de ces dissertations.
L’auteur/auteure conserve ses droits d’auteur sur la dissertation. Toutefois, la soumission d’une dissertation autorise
par le fait même l’ARC à en publier le texte dans L’Artilleur
canadien et à en conserver copie dans la bibliothèque et les
archives du Musée de l’ARC.
Regimental Fund/Fond Régimentaire
Financial Statement/État de Compte
2003-2004
Revenue
As of/Des que 29 Feb 04
Donations/Donations
The Quadrant/Le Quadrant
Gunner (RCAA / Subscribe)/
L’Artilleur(AARC/abonnements)
Advertising/Publicité
Kit Shop Contribution/
Contribution de Boutique des fournitures
IInterest/Intérêt
Museum Bldg/Ediface Musée
RCA Fund Interest/Intérêt des fonds ARC
RCA Band/Musique ARC
Misc Revenue/ Revenu Divers
Total Revenue/ Revenu Total
Expenses/Dépenses
Accounting Services/service de comptabilité
ADP Lease/Bail d’ordinateur
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Telephone/Téléphone
Printing/Impression
Staff Trg and Travel/
Instruction et voyage de personnel
Recap & PP&S/Restructuration du
capital et fournitures
Depreciation/Dépréciation
Fund Raising and Donor Rewards/
leveé de fonds et récompenses des donateurs
86,558.50
2,989.31
5,849.68
4,553.78
0
2,540.97
4,990.00
1,8143.99
2,023.00
2,055.75
$129,704.98
3,025.92
842.80
655.37
0
0
737.71
0
8,655.85
$13,917.65
Program Revenue Aval/Fonds Disponible
Heritage/Héritage
IIdentity/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
115,787.33
2,373.03
19,401.03
Programmes — Heritage/Héritage
2 RCHA Artifact Maint/Bourse de Artefact
NPP Maint/Bourse de BNP
5 RALC Artifact Maint/Bourse de Artefact
NPP Maint/Bourse de BNP
Total
Identity
Deployment Flags/Drapeaux de déploiement
Accroutments/Fouriments
Grad Track Suits/survêtements des nouveaux soldats
Total
Professional Development/Développement
Master Gunner Conference/Conférence de maître canonnier
Brooks Essay Competition/
Concours de colonel Geoffrey Brooks essai
JOC/COS
Total
2,000.00
4,410.00
9,72.00
3,039.00
2,472.00
7,70.82
2,400.00
331.00
650.00
0
$17,044.82
Member Assistance/Aide de membre
Bursary Awards/Bourses éducatives
Emergency Assistance/Concessions d’aide
Expressions of Sympathy/Expressions Sympathique
Total
5,000.00
2,000.00
0
$7,000.00
Member Recognition/Identification de membre
Top Student Awards/Supérieures d’étudiant
1,000.00
Retirement/Retraite
13,423.44
Total
$14,423.44
0
Total Expenses/Dépenses Total
Remaining Program Revenue/
Les Fonds programme qui reste
Communications/Communications
Gunner Layout/Disposition de L’Artilleur Canadien
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Quadrant Layout/Disposition de Quadrant
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
RCA Web Page (Maint)/Entretien de Site web
RCA Web Page (Server)/Livraison de site web
RCA Photo Comp/Concours de photo
Communications Wage/Paie de Communication
Total
115,787.33
3,473.36
17,044.82
7,000.00
14,423.44
37,333.00
7,490.00
1,138.57
$5,110.08
1,005.03
1,368.00
$2,373.03
Grants/Concessions
RCA Band/Bande d’ARC
RCAA Membership/Payer sa cotisation d’AARC
RCA Museum/Musée d’ARC
Petawawa Museum/Musée de Petawawa
1 RCHA Pipes and Drums/1 RCHA Musuique
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD Regt
Fd Arty School
1 AD Regt
18 AD Regt
58 BAAA
ERE
Total
2,500.00
1,500.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
750.00
3,192.00
3,192.00
3,192.00
1,554.00
1,932.00
280.00
280.00
245.00
2,716.00
$37,333.00
Special Projects/Projets Spéciaux
Re-investment in Fund/
Nouvel investissement du fond
Unit Projects/Projets Unités
Transfer to 150th Fund/Transfert à fond 150e
Transfer to Bldg Fund/Transfert à fond musée
Regt Fund Unit Rebates/Rabais des unités
Ad Rebate/Rabais de publicités
Total
0
2,000.00
0
4,990.00
0
500.00
$7,490.00
Allocations/Allocations
RHQ RCA Reserve/Réserve de QGR ARC
Total
1,138.57
$1,138.57
Investments/Mise de Fonds
Regimental Fund/Fond Regimentaire
$268,333.78
Museum Building Fund/Fond de Édiface Musée
$329,259.83
150th Anniversary Fund/Fond Anniversaire de 150e $9,826.86
210.69
1,077.80
18,112.54
$19,401.03
Professionnel
1,000.00
Total
$607,420.40
0
2,473.36
$3,473.36
38
L’Artilleur Canadien
Regimental Fund/Fond Régimentaire
Financial Statement/État de Compte
2004-2005
Revenue
As of/Des que 28/02/05
Donations/Donations
The Quadrant/Le Quadrant
Gunner (RCAA / Subscribe)/
L’Artilleur(AARC/abonnements)
Advertising/Publicité
Kit Shop Contribution/
Contribution de Boutique des fournitures
Interest/Intérêt
RCA Fund Interest/Intérêt des fonds ARC
RCA Band/Musique ARC
Misc Revenue/ Revenu Divers
Total Revenue/ Revenu Total
Expenses/Dépenses
Accounting Services/service de comptabilité
ADP Lease/Bail d’ordinateur
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Telephone/Téléphone
Printing/Impression
Staff Trg and Travel/
Instruction et voyage de personnel
Recap & PP&S/Restructuration du
capital et fournitures
Depreciation/Dépréciation
Fund Raising and Donor Rewards/
leveé de fonds et récompenses des donateurs
Total Expenses/Dépenses Total
Remaining Program Revenue/
Les Fonds programme qui reste
Identity/Identité
Professional Development/
Développement Professionnel
Communication/Communication
Assistance/Aide aux Membres
Recognition/Identification
Grants/Concessions
Projects/Projets
Standing Allocations/Allocation
Heritage/Héritage
Total Remaining/Fonds Total qui reste
83,900.00
2,570.00
6,000.00
600.00
5,000.00
2,200.00
19,560.00
150.00
13,225.00
$133,205.00
3,315.00
0
700.00
0
0
1,900.00
0
8,390.00
$14,305.00
118,900.00
16,900.00
2,165.00
18,785.00
9,500.00
18,000.00
39,255.00
8,500.00
1,450.00
140.00
$4,205.00
140.00
$140.00
Identity
Deployment Flags/Drapeaux de déploiement
Accroutments/Fouriments
Grad Track Suits/survêtements des nouveaux soldats
Total
0
2,900.00
14,000.00
$16,900.00
Professional Development/Développement
Master Gunner Conference/Conférence de maître canonnier
Brooks Essay Competition/
Concours de colonel Geoffrey Brooks essai
JOC/COS
Total
2,000.00
4,575.00
2,755.00
3,050.00
1,900.00
1,025.00
2,000.00
380.00
600.00
0
$18,785.00
Member Assistance/Aide de membre
Bursary Awards/Bourses éducatives
Emergency Assistance/Concessions d’aide
Expressions of Sympathy/Expressions Sympathique
Total
5,500.00
4,000.00
0
$9,500.00
Member Recognition/Identification de membre
Top Student Awards/Supérieures d’étudiant
1,000.00
Retirement/Retraite
17,000.00
Total
$18,000.00
0
Programmes — Heritage/Héritage
RCA Band Confernce/Musique ARC confernce
Total
Communications/Communications
Gunner Layout/Disposition de L’Artilleur Canadien
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
Quadrant Layout/Disposition de Quadrant
Printing/Impression
Postage/Tarifs Postaux
RCA Web Page (Maint)/Entretien de Site web
RCA Web Page (Server)/Livraison de site web
RCA Photo Comp/Concours de photo
Communications Wage/Paie de Communication
Total
Professionnel
1,000.00
Grants/Concessions
RCA Band/Bande d’ARC
RCAA Membership/Payer sa cotisation d’AARC
RCA Museum/Musée d’ARC
Petawawa Museum/Musée de Petawawa
1 RCHA Pipes and Drums/1 RCHA Musuique
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD Regt
Fd Arty School
1 AD Regt
18 AD Regt
58 BAAA
ERE
Total
2,500.00
1,500.00
15,000.00
500.00
750.00
4,295.00
4,295.00
4,295.00
2,090.00
2,600.00
375.00
375.00
330.00
350.00
$39,255.00
Special Projects/Projets Spéciaux
Re-investment in Fund/
Nouvel investissement du fond
Unit Projects/Projets Unités
Transfer to 150th Fund/Transfert à fond 150e
Transfer to Bldg Fund/Transfert à fond musée
Regt Fund Unit Rebates/Rabais des unités
Ad Rebate/Rabais de publicités
Total
7,500.00
1,000.00
0
0
0
0
$8,500.00
Allocations/Allocations
RHQ RCA Reserve/Réserve de QGR ARC
Total
1,450.00
$1,450.00
Investments/Mise de Fonds
Regimental Fund/Fond Regimentaire
$274,939.42
Museum Building Fund/Fond de Édiface Musée
$333,536.34
150th Anniversary Fund/Fond Anniversaire de 150e $10,878.30
0
1,165.00
$2,165.00
Total
Canadian Gunner
39
$619,354.06
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LFCA HQ
LFAA
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CLFCSC
DEP.ASST-COSTRG&EXERCISE
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CLS
DTEP
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RCA SCHOOL
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CFSU (E)
CTC GAGETOWN
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SHAPE
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
VCDS
35 CBG HQ
DGJFD (OTTAWA)
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MONCTON
LFAA HQ
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CLFCSC
DCDS
CFC TORONTO
CDLS (W) - USMC CSC
1 RCHA
LFAA HQ
CFSU OTTAWA
DCDS
LFDTS HQ
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
NDHQ OTTAWA
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
DGIMSD
CFC TORONTO
LFDTS HQ
CLS
DLR DGLS
LFAA HQ
LFWA HQ
RCA SCHOOL
LFC H CO/11 FD REGT
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
NORAD HQ
40
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MAJ
MAJ
MAJ
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CLS
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LB
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JC
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PR
MW
BJ
RP
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LFCA HQ
GERSCHAMBURGGERMANY
18 AD REGT
UNTSO
DG INT/J2 OPS OTTAWA
CLFCSC
COS ADM (PER)
CLS
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DGMC
1 RCHA
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LFQA HQ
PK ML
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DGSP
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CLS
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DCDS
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CLS
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RCA SCHOOL
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1RCR
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CLS
CLS
CFC TORONTO
LFQA HQ
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CFB GAGETOWN
5 RALC
REG HQ AFNE NETHERLANDS
RMC KINGSTON
2 RCHA
CLS
RCA SCHOOL
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RCA SCHOOL
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PK ML
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
CFRC HALIFAX
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
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CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
BEST
BIGLER
BISSONNETTE
BOBBITT
BOSTON
BOUCKAERT
BOWER
BRADEN
BRASSARD
BRUCE
BRUNET
BUCHANAN
BURKE
CAINES
CAINES
CHETWYND
CLAVEAU
CLICHE
CLOUTIER
COOPER
COULOMBE
CRABBE
CREELMAN
CURRIE
DAVIDSON
DAVIS
DAWSONSC
DEGAUST
DESROCHERS
DESTREMPES
DEWAAL
DOUCET
DORRIS
DRAHO
DUFOUR
DUMAS
DUNN
DUPLESSIS
DUPUIS
DURETTE
DUVAL
DYKES
EMBREE
ESSELAAR
ETHELSTON
EYESTONE
FORTIN
FOSS
FRENETTE
GALLAGHER
GALLAGHER
GARANT
GAUVIN
GENDRON
GILBERT
GILEWICZ
GILLAN
GILLIS
GILLMAN
GIROUX
GIVEN
GOODFELLOW
GOULET
GRANT
GREBSTAD
GROUT
HACHE
HAIRE
HAMILTON-BROWN
HAMPTON
HANNA
HANNAN
LEACH
LEBLANC
LEFEBVRE
LEIGH
LEPINE
LESSARD
LEVATTE
LITTLE
LOTT
MACDONALD
MACEACHERN
MACPHERSON
MACVICAR
MADER
MAGNAN
MARTIN
MCALPINE
MCGARRY
MCINTOSH
MCNICOLL
MILLER
MOLASKI
MORRISON
MURPHY
MURRAY
NEILL
NEVILLE
NOTARO
OUELLETTE
PAUS
PERREAULT
PICKARD
PLANTE
PLEMEL
POIRIER
POSPOLITA
PREAUX
PROULX
REIFFENSTEIN
RHEAULT
RINTJEMA
ROMEO
ROULEAU
RUSSEL
SCHELL
SEDGE
SEGARD
SPENCER
ST DENNIS
STONE
ST-PIERRE
SULLIVAN
SUTHERLAND
TOUSIGNANT
TROUP
VOYER
WOLANSKI
YOUNG
ALLEN
AMBERLEY
ANDRESEN
ARCOUETTE
AUCOIN
AUDET
AUGER
AZIZ-BEAULIEU
BAKER
BALDWIN
BATTEN
BEDARD
BELWAY
BELZILE
Canadian Gunner
41
INITS
LOCATION
JT
1 RCHA
CM
7TORREGT-TORONTO
RD
RCA SCHOOL
DR
RCA SCHOOL
SJ
LFDTS
KLA
RCA SCHOOL
RJ
CFJHQ KINGSTON
CJ
DPFL
DYG
2 RCHA
JE
1 CMBG HQ
JPPE
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
DC
RCA SCHOOL
SC
1 RCHA
PJ
1 AD REGT
TJ
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
J
2 RCHA
J-F
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
JCW
CFRC MONTREAL
JSM
RCA SCHOOL
LE
COS ADM (HR-MIL)
JCM
RCA SCHOOL
DR
RCA SCHOOL
JG
LFAA HQ
KP
2 RCHA
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
GC
WPR
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
BD
RCA SCHOOL
JLGG
LFQA HQ
MSJ
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
VA
38 CBGHQ
JAL
RCA SCHOOL
FLJP
RCA SCHOOL
MJ
RMC KINGSTON
JRV
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
JS
5 GBMC
RS
1 RCHA
JGF
CFRC MONTREAL
RW
CFSU OTTAWA
JRM
RCA SCHOOL
JF
5 RALC
NRR
15 FD REGT
RD
RCA SCHOOL
EM
PMPRMISSLEENGINEERHULL
CW
1 RCHA
GR
5 RALC
SK
RCA SCHOOL
KS
CLS
JL
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
SF
1 RCHA
SM
2 RCHA
JJG
1 FD REGT
JTF
5 RALC
JBJM
2 FD REGT
PDD
5 RALC
MP
LFWA HQ
JDG
RCA SCHOOL
CA
RCA SCHOOL
PA
LFCA TC MEAFORD
VMB
RCA SCHOOL
JP
RCA SCHOOL
LR
26 FD REGT
MSM
5 RALC
AD
37 CBG HQ MONCTON G3 OPS
DW
1 RCHA
NJ
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
MJA
CFSU OTTAWA
SG
RCA SCHOOL
GR
LAURENTIANUNIVERSITYSTSTEMARIE
JG
LFAA HQ
KF
2 RCHA
JAP
5 RALC
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
HARDING
HARVEY
HATTON
HEER
HEIJ
HIGGINS
HORNELL
HOWE
HUNTER
IVEY
JOBIN
JOHNSON
KENNEDY
KENNEDY
KENNY
KLIMASZEWSKI
KNOWLES
LACOMBE
LAJOIE
LAPRADE
LAURIAULT
LAVIGNE
LEBEL
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LECLAIR
LEE
LEFLER
LEGENDRE
LEMIEUX
LITTLE
LLOYD
LOCKE
LOCKRIDGE
LYNK
LYTTLE
MACDONALD
MACLACHLAN
MARBACH
MARSTON
MASSON
MATSALLA
MAXWELL
MCBEAN
MCCUISH
MCHATTIE
MCKEEVER
MEADE
MERCIER
MERCIER
MICHALCHUK
MICHELSEN
MILLS
MONTAGUE
MOON
MOORE
MORGAN
MORRELL
MORRIS
NELSON
NG
NICKERSON
O’BRIEN
O’LEARY
OTIS
PAQUET
PAYNE
PEDERSON
PEDNEAULT
PELLERINE
PERREAULT
PIERCE
JA
EMC
ST
SA
SDA
DK
JEJ
JM
SJ
GW
JCM
DD
LT
TJ
DM
ML
CD
JEJD
JPP
K
JES
JSPF
JGD
RGB
WB
PRJ
TH
JT
JGC
S
RNW
SD
MQ
AD
DL
RJ
DL
H
BJE
AM
S
DP
TL
SD
DA
WG
DC
RJ
JARJ
JAYR
BW
TK
EB
RT
RC
TR
JD
DW
PK
HBJ
NWP
CL
JLMG
SD
JAR
JR
JP
JA
JA
TJ
JGI
RM
DMAC OTTAWA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CLS
CLS
CFB GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFSU OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
62 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
LFWA HQ
1 RCHA
RMC KINGSTON
CFB SUFFIELD
LFWA HQ Det Sask
5 RALC
5 (BC) FD REGT
5 RALC
LFQA HQ
CFJHQ KINGSTON
5 RALC
LFCA HQ
RCA SCHOOL
LFAA HQ
EXCHANGE DUTY USA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
RCA SCHOOL
CFB PETAWAWA
CLS
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
56 FD REGT
LFWA HQ
CFJHQ
RCA SCHOOL
CLS
2 RCHA
CFRC DET KINGSTON
MTSC MEAFORD
RCA SCHOOL
2 CMBG HQ
WATC DET SHILO
5 RALC
RMC KINGSTON
18 AD REGT
CFB SHILO
RMC KINGSTON
DGCFGA OTTAWA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CENREGHQ CADET DET TORONTO
CFSU COLORADO SPRINGS
3 FD REGT
1 RCHA
GRADE NOM
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
CAPT
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
4ADREGTCOLDLAKE
2 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
DGJFD
CFB MONTREAL
RCA SCHOOL
EXCHANGE DUTY USA
CFB MONTREAL
RCA SCHOOL
CFANS WINNIPEG
2 RCHA
42
PITT
PLUMMER
POEHLMANN
POIRIER
POITRAS
PORTER
POWER
PRENDERGAST
QUESNELLE
RICHARD
RIDYARD
RITCHIE
ROBERTSON
ROBY
ROEDER
ROESLERM
ROY
SAUNDERS
SCHAMEHORN
SEDGWICK
SETCHELL
SEVIGNY
SEYMOUR
SHRUM
SIMARD
SINES
SLOAT
SMID
SMITH
SMITH
SNEJDAR
SPEARS
STEELE
STONE
ST-PIERRE
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
THEBERGE
THOMPSON
THORDARSON
USBORNE
VIEVEEN
VOYER
WARREN
WHITE
WHITLEY
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WILTSHIRE
WYLIE
WILKINS
ARSENEAU
BEGIN
BLANCHET
BOUTIN
BRUNELLE
CAUSEY
CHARCHUK
CHARLERY-FRANKLYN
CLARKE
COBER
COURTEMANCHE
DENEAU
FRANCIS
FRIZZLE
GAGNON
GEORGE
GODDARD
HAN
HAVEMAN
INITS
ENDROITS
PJE
IC
GW
R
F
RD
SK
D
DMA
JJ
PE
BE
TR
NS
CW
V
RJ
RM
JJ
RL
SE
PP
LW
LA
JM
CS
SC
RD
DW
M
JC
JT
DG
JF
JLAP
C
SW
JLJ
SD
T
SH
JH
M
WM
GG
DA
LM
M
NJ
JC
BV
EJ
AR
RJ
IME
MNMI
AFM
JP
JA
A
V
R
JD
JCG
ED
JC
RG
JGP
GA
NKS
H
LM
56 FD REGT
2 RCHA
CLS
5 RALC
6 RAC
CFB COMOX
RCSU (ATLANTIC)
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
PSTC KINGSTON
CLS
CFB GAGETOWN
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
1 AD REGT
4ADREGTGAGETOWN
CFB SHILO
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
RCA SCHOOL
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
PPCLIBATTLESCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFRC QUEBEC
74 Comm Gp HQ
DGJFD OTTAWA
5 RALC
CLS
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
2 RCHA
DPAOT
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
5 GBMC
RCA SCHOOL
LFAA HQ
DGLEM
CFMDSST-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU
DGMC
CCUNDOF GOLAN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4ADREGTGAGETOWN
CFC TORONTO
DGE
LFCA HQ
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
4ADREGTRCAMONCTON
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
L’Artilleur Canadien
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
LT
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
SLT
2LT
SLT
2LT
2LT
2LT
OCDT
OCDT
CWO
CWO
ADJUC
ADJUC
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
CWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
T
JM
TF
PJ
R
S
S
JD
HRA
MP
J
D
RA
RAH
RA
JJ
MR
R
R
DF
P
MAF
G
OM
P
TC
BJ
SC
CMC
JM
G
NT
J
JCS
RA
ML
WR
CL
J
MGM
M
RW
ME
AG
NJ
VA
JE
WA
JR
JYCM
JFC
JMV
JMYN
JG
RAB
JCCR
ML
DD
DJJ
JRG
JGAC
HA
DH
JBN
EA
RB
JW
L
MR
JV
CJ
RP
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 AD REGT
CFB BAGOTVILLE
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4ADREGTGAGETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFJHQ KINGSTON
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
DG INT / J2 OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
1 CAD HQ WINNIPEG
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 CMBG
5 RALC
JAG
PSTC KINGSTON
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
METC
METC
DGMC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
CFB GAGETOWN
RMC
LFDTS HQ
CFB GAGETOWN
LFDTS HQ
18 AD REGT
CFB SHILO
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
1 AD REGT
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
CWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
ADJUM
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
MWO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
BENOIT
BOIVIN
BUDD
COULOMBE
CUSSON
DEGREADY
DESMEULES
FECTEAU
FILLIER
FRANCE
GALLANT
GILKS
GINGRAS
GIROUX
GREENWOOD
GRENIER
JOMPHE
LEMAY
LIZOTTE
MANNY
MATTSSON
MCCORMICK
MICHAUD
MONTAGUE
MOORES
MOYER
PARSONS
PEERS
RICHARD
ROBINSON
RODRIGUE
ROSS
RUSK
SMITH
STEWART
TIBBEL
WESTCOTT
WILLIAMS
WOJNARSKI
ALDRED
ALEXANDER
ALLEN
ANGEL
ARNOLD
ARNOLD
AYERS
BALDWIN
BASKER
BATTEN
BEAUDRY
BEAULIEU
BELL
BELLEROSE
BLAIS
BLANCHET
BOND
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHER
BOYLAN-COLLINGRIDGE
BRADY
BRISEBOIS
CARIS
CARMICHAEL
CARPENTER
CLARKE
CLOUTHIER
COLE
CONNOR
COUPLAND
COX
CYR
JR
JJA
BP
JCD
JRA
JJE
JHR
JA
RE
KA
MF
TK
RJE
JMD
RC
JLA
JAG
JM
JN
JS
KC
DG
JAC
RJ
AC
DT
PRW
BW
JEM
DJ
JAD
JMA
CP
EP
PA
DV
GR
WJ
GM
DG
HP
WE
JMG
KR
LC
RM
BW
WC
DA
RJ
JHJ
SB
JBD
JEE
JNR
KHR
JL
JLA
JHC
TR
CD
JDD
YJ
PJ
KW
RA
SK
TD
DJ
DJ
WE
DD
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFB SUFFIELD
RMC KINGSTON
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
CFB GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
DGOR
CFB VALCARTIER
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
DGQA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
DGQA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
LFAA HQ
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
LFDTS HQ KINGSTON
CFB SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
LFAA HQ
2 RCHA
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
RCA SCHOOL
MARCOMHQDETGAGETOWN
LFCA TC DET PETAWAWA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
PPCLIBATTLESCHOOL
49 FD REGT
2 FD REGT
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
7TH TORONTO REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
31 CBG HQ
1 RCHA
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
LFCA TC MEAFORD
1 RCHA
HAVEMAN
HAWCO
HICKS
HILLIER
KLEIN
LADOUCEUR
LANG
LESLIE
MACLEOD
MADDEN
MAILLE
MATHESON
MOORE
NICHOLSON
O’DONNELL
ROBERT
ROSALES
SHEPPARD
STIMPSON
TOFTS
VACHON
VACHON-DECARIE
VRINIOTIS
WING
BEAUDIN
BECKRICH
BOSSE
BRAKE
BRASSARD-GAGNON
DAVIS
DUNLOP
FRASER
JONES
LANDRY-GIRARD
MCBRIDE
MENDES
MICHALCHUK
MORRISSETTE
PHILLIPS
RAYMOND
SEROCKI
VANDERMOLEN
VOYER
WHITMAN
YOUNG
BOUCHARD
KITCHEN
CAMPBELL
CARON
COURTEMANCHE
DESROSIERS
DUMONT
FOURNIER
JORDAN
LANDRIGAN
LEVESQUE
MCDONALD
MCKINNON
MEEHAN
MORETTI
OSTIGUY
RANDELL
ROBINSON
TREPANIER
WATTS
WYNN
ALDEN
ANDREOLA
ANGUS
BALLARD
BARTH
BARTLETT
Canadian Gunner
43
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
ADJ
ADJ
ADJ
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
DAY
DEMPSEY
DESPRES
DESROCHERS
DESROCHES
DESROCHES
DORAN
DUBE
DYKE
ELSON
ESTABROOKS
ETHIER
FILION
FINN
FLETCHER
FLETT
FRANKEN
FRIGAULT
FRONCHAK
GABANNA
GAGNE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GARNIER
GEREIN
GERMAIN
GERO
GIBSON
GIES
GILLINGHAM
GITTENS
GOURLAY
GRAHAM
GRAVEL
GUILLEMETTE
GUYMER
HARRIS
HARVEY
HAUGHEY
HAWLEY
HEBERT
HEREYGERS
HOEGI
HOULE
JEAN
JENSEN
JESSEAU
JOHNSON
LACHAPELLE
LAFRANCE
LALONDE
LANDRY
LANGLAIS
LANNIGAN
LAVALLEE
LAVOIE
LEDOUX
LEDUC
LEES
LEVEILLEE
LEWIS
LINGLEY
LOUGHEED
LOUVELLE
LUNAN
LUNDRIGAN
MACDONALD
MACKAY
MACLEAN
MACMULLIN
MACRAE
MANN
NR
GM
DH
JHL
JF
WJ
JJ
AA
EP
DR
MA
JWY
JGA
PCG
SA
PL
DW
ADJ
TF
JGM
JJCR
JMY
JPC
FJ
MJ
JPS
JJ
CL
BA
PM
WB
JA
TJ
JCJL
JFA
DL
AM
JPM
G
PJM
JJA
NA
GE
NR
JPD
BR
TJF
AG
JGS
JA
JMA
JJPJ
G
JC
JSM
JDA
JSM
JANS
GP
JAJ
PJ
DL
BJ
GM
DD
WE
GK
JH
WD
JP
MD
DC
RCA SCHOOL
15 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
430 TAC HEL SQN
WATC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 GBMC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
62 RAC
WATC DET SHILO
116 INDEP FD BTY
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
5 RALC
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
LFWA HQ
LFCA TC OTTAWA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RSCE (PRAIRIE)
RCA SCHOOL
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
CFB BORDEN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
13 FD BTY
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU OTTAWA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
LFQA HQ
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 (BC) FD REGT
3 FD REGT
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CMTC WAINWRIGHT
2 RCHA
CFB SHILO
CFSU (E)
GRADE NOM
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
ADJ
WO
WO
WO
ADJ
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
44
MARTIN
MARTIN
MATTE
MCGINNIS
MCLEOD
MCNEIL
MILLER
MILLER
MOORE
MOSES
MOSHER
NEILL
NORMAND
NUGENT
OSMOND
PAISLEY
PARKER
PATTEN
PATTERSON
PELLETIER
PENNEY
PERREAULT
PERREAULT
PICARD
PICOTIN
PINARD
PINEL
POPE
POSS
PROVENCHER
RAE
REID
RICE
ROEHL
ROSENBERG
ROY
ROYER
SAINT-PIERRE
SANGSTER
SAUVAGEAU
SAVARD
SAVIGNAC
SCHNARR
SEMBALERUS
SENECAL
SHARPE
SHORTT
SILVERA
SIMOURD
SIMPSON
SKINNER
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SNODGRASS
STEWART
STIRMEY
STOREY
SYNNETT
THOLBERG
TRASK
TURCOTTE
VERONNEAU
VIAU
VIDAL
WAGAR
WALKER
WHEELER
WHITE
WHITE
WILLCOX
WILLIAMS
INITS
ENDROITS
FR
MJ
JAF
TJC
KJ
SD
GLW
RD
JW
RE
JE
TK
JG
PJD
KC
WK
RP
EJ
RW
JMG
PH
MG
RL
JAA
JRG
JGG
PJ
DH
DL
JAM
GA
AJ
SA
CA
PW
JYCA
JLS
JNE
AA
JRD
JBJP
FTJ
RG
DR
JPJC
R
JP
SC
JA
DM
AJL
HW
KC
RW
AM
JAW
JAG
AJ
JAJ
RD
CR
KR
JRA
JGL
RF
CJA
KS
WK
DL
HL
KA
BJ
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
30 FD REGT
RCSE PACIFIC
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
TAC SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
CFLSTSC BORDEN
6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU OTTAWA
CFSU OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
5 GBMC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
1 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
20 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
JNBCD COY
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
15 FD REGT
LFCA TC MEAFORD
RCA SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
1 FD REGT
RMC KINGSTON
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFLSTSC BORDEN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
RCA SCHOOL
DGMC
10 FD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB PETAWAWA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
56 FD REGT
1 AD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
84 INDEP FD BTY
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
L’Artilleur Canadien
GRADE NOM
INITS
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
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
JA
11 FD REGT
PA
1 RCHA
RF
RCA SCHOOL
GW
2 RCHA
JHB
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
JMY
RCA SCHOOL
DR
2 RCHA
RH
CFB SHILO
DTS
2 RCHA
GS
4 AD REGT COLD LAKE
JM
1 RCHA
JA
RCA SCHOOL
DB
RCA SCHOOL
EK
LFCA TC MEAFORD
DP
2 RCHA
GWL
CFAD DUNDURN
JRM
RCA SCHOOL
JD
5 RALC
BK
56 FD REGT
RF
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
E
RCA SCHOOL
JC
5 RALC
AC
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
S
LFCA TC MEAFORD
CA
32 CBG HQ NBCD TORONTO
JJPR
59 FD BTY
JMM
CFB VALCARTIER
RP
89 FD BTY
JLMC
5 RALC
CRF
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
GJ
1 RCHA
RTR
RCA SCHOOL
JH
CFB GAGETOWN
TB
1 RCHA
DJ
CFB GAGETOWN
AG
1 RCHA
RJ
CFRC GAGETOWN
WT
1 RCHA
JMD
5 RALC
RG
2 RCHA
R
CFRC MONTREAL
JRP
5 RALC
CH
2 RCHA
JDT
CFB GAGETOWN
JBD
1 RCHA
JD
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
AT
1 RCHA
DSH
1 RCHA
S
5 RALC
JP
5 RALC
JMJG
5 RALC
JRL
5 RALC
EP
CFB GAGETOWN
JMM
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
JD
5 RALC
PG
69 FD BTY
CB
1 RCHA
MVC
RCA SCHOOL
PA
1 RCHA
Y
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
JE
2 RCHA
JFA
1 RCHA
JRG
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
BMA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
TR
1 AD REGT
GC
CFSU OTTAWA
JNA
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
DW
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
RJ
1 RCHA
RK
DGISP
KC
WATC DET SHILO
CFB SHILO
WILLIAMS
WILVERS
WOODS
WYMAN
YOUNG
ALLAIRE
ALLEN
ALLEN
ANDERSON
ARSENAULT
AUCOIN
BABINEAU
BALLARD
BARNES
BARTON
BATEMAN
BEAUCHEMIN
BELANGER
BELLMORE
BENNETT
BERGERON
BERNATCHEZ
BESWICK
BLACK
BLACKBIRD
BLOUIN
BOURGAULT
BOURQUE
BOYER
BREMNER
BROOKS
BROSENS
BROWN
BUCHANAN
BURGESS
BURTON
BURTON
BUTTS
BYRNS
CAMERON
CARRASQUEIRA
CARRIERE
CARROLL
CARVELL
CHEVALIER
CHIASSON
CHUBBS
CLARKE
CLOUTIER
COTE
COULOMBE
COULOMBE
CRAIG
CREPEAULT
CYR
CZAJKOWSKI
DAMJANOFF
DEAN
DESBIENS
DESCHAMBAULT
DIAZ
DICKSON
DIONNE
DOWE
DRAKE
DULONG
DUPUIS
EKSTROM
EVERETT
EWING
FARRELL
FISCHER RJE
Canadian Gunner
ENDROITS
45
RANK
NAME
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
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
FOSTER
FOWLER
FURMIDGE
GAGNON
GALLANT
GENEST
GILBERT
GOLDING
GOODLAND
GOSSELIN
GRIFFIN
GRULKE
HACHEY
HAMEL
HAMMOND
HARRINGTON
HARRISON
HARTERY
HAWTIN
HAYES
HENDRICKSON
HENRY
HENRY
HENRY
HOFMAN
HOOD
HUSEBY
JOHNSON
JOLY
JOWETT
KEAN
KEAN
KEATING
KERIK
KLEIN
KNAGGS
LABBE
LADOUCEUR
LADOUCEUR
LANGEVIN
LAVOIE
LEBLANC
LEET
LEFEBVRE
LEGGETT
LEMIEUX
LENOIR
LEVESQUE
LONGPRE
LUCE
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACPHERSON
MADORE
MAHER
MARCOUX
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MCDONALD
MCKINNON
MCLEAN
MCTAGGART
MEADOWS
MEIKLE
MELANSON
MENA-OROSTEGUI
MENARD
MEUSE
MILLIGAN
INITS
BW
DS
JP
AW
JPD
RA
VAE
JCJ
CA
DA
JD
TG
ED
CJ
DJR
JGD
EEJ
CJ
MA
JD
KM
FE
AA
JAR
RK
SW
KM
RA
KT
JAV
RA
CJ
RD
RJ
ML
JWG
DJL
JDSK
JAM
JRA
JPEJ
JJM
JDC
K
JDS
CR
JLS
JCR
JRD
DJ
K
JD
JR
RG
JJ
ET
DT
JAM
AW
JD
NR
RA
AC
MG
TR
AD
KM
JC
PH
JAM
DL
DE
LOCATION
TAC SCH
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
CFB SHILO
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
2 RCHA
c/o CFSU (O)
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
WATC DET SHILO
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFRC ST JOHNS NFLD
5 RALC
CFSU OTTAWA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
WATC DET SHILO
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
38 CBGHQ
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
10 FD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB VALCARTIER
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
RCA SCHOOL
LFCA TC MEAFORD
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
2 RCHA
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 GS BN PETAWAWA
1 RCHA
TAC SCH
CFB GAGETOWN
DGOR
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFB SHILO
CFIOG
CFB EDMONTON
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB BORDEN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RANK
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
SGT
BDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
NAME
MIROSNIKOV
MORIN
MURPHY
MURRIN
NICKERSON
NOEL
OFTEDAL
ORLANDO
OUELLET
PAQUET
PARISIEN
PAYNE
PEPIN
PERRON
POIRIER
POISSON
POPOVITCH
QUIGLEY
QUINLAN
RADEY
REID
REID
REINDERS
REYNOLDS
RHEAULT
RICHARDS
RIGBY
RING
RIVARD
ROBITAILLE
ROBITAILLE
RYAN
SAJADI
SEALE
SEGUIN
SHEPPARD
SIMMONS
SKIDMORE
SLACK
SMITH
SPRAGUE
STEWART
ST-MICHEL
STRICKLAND
STROHM
TARRANT
TEAL
THERRIEN
THIBAULT
THORBURNE
TULLETT
VAILLANCOURT
VAN DRIESSCHE
VILLENEUVE
WALSH
WILLIAMS
ZACHARUK
ZIMMER
ADAMS
ALEXANDER
ALLAN
APPERLEY
ARCAND
ARMSTRONG
ATKINSON
BAKER
BANNISTER
BARKLEY
BARNES
BAYLIS
BEACH
BEATTY
INITS
LOCATION
AEL
JJG
RW
TC
AE
JMD
DA
G
JM
LA
PEEJ
BG
JDS
LC
JPS
CR
B
BD
SW
KM
RD
RT
MA
AV
JP
KK
CA
DJ
JLA
JGM
JLM
JLE
K
JW
RS
N
TJ
RM
HR
DP
JR
TA
JMM
DC
JM
IJ
SC
JBM
PJ
TA
AO
JBA
PR
KW
P
DM
SL
DL
EJH
MA
ML
DR
SJ
CP
RGM
DS
KD
RE
SLJ
DJ
BD
RW
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
WATC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFRC ST JOHNS NFLD
26 FD REGT
4 AD REGT COLD LAKE
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 CRPG YELLOWKNIFE
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
AIRCOM HL
RCA SCHOOL
CFRC CALGARY
CAN PARA CENTRE
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CFB PETAWAWA
36 CBG HQ HALIFAX
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
PPCLI BATTLE SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFRC OTTAWA
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
408 TAC HEL SQN
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 AMS SQN
30 FD REGT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
LFC H
RCA SCHOOL
56 FD REGT
GRADE NOM
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MCPL
MCPL
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
46
BEAUDRY
BEAULIEU
BEAUPRE
BEAUREGARD
BEAVER
BELISLE
BENARD
BERUBE
BISHOP
BOUDREAU
BOUFFARD
BOURGUIGNON
BROOKES
BROWN
BUCHAN
BUENACRUZ
BUREAU
BURKE
CAIRNS
CAMERON
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CARPENTIER
CHEVREFILS
CLOUTIER
COCHRANE
COLBOURNE
COLOSINO
COMPTON
COOK
CORRIGAN
COSTAIN
COULSON
CREPEAU
CROFT
CUSSON
DALTON
DAVIE
DAVIS
DAVIS
DELARGE
DESCHAMPS
DESGAGNE
DESLAURIERS
DEVEAUX
DI GENOVA
DOLOMONT
DONOVAN
DORION
DORION
DUCHESNE
DUPLESSIS
ELSON
ENAULT
FALLS
FEKETE
FISHER
FISK
FOSTER
FRANCIS
FRASER
FRENCH
FUGERE
FURBER
GAGNON
GAUDETTE
GAUTHIER
GAUVREAU
GENEREUX
GERMAIN
GERMAIN
GINGRAS
INITS
ENDROITS
JPS
MJ
JPS
JEY
JW
JDS
JJCP
TD
DR
JAJ
JJCY
JRM
BG
FAC
DG
J
JRC
KD
SDF
TA
AR
MG
JJPY
RG
JG
CM
DA
GG
DC
RW
BW
RJ
JF
JNP
IW
JR
GM
CR
RV
SR
MM
JF
JLS
JPA
PD
JG
PG
RR
DM
JRR
JNMS
OJ
C
JAJS
TS
R
MJ
MEG
DS
RC
RW
SM
JMA
JL
CR
JFSP
JGM
JES
JBRR
JCS
JPP
JAM
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CAN PARA CENTRE
CFB GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CMTC WAINWRIGHT
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB BORDEN
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
731 COMM SQN
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
1 AD REGT
TAC SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
5 RALC
LFCA TC MEAFORD
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB SHILO
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 AD REGT
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
8 WG TRENTON
CFSAL BORDEN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
CFSRDB
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
L’Artilleur Canadien
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
RG
SC
JD
JCD
JDG
JC
RP
AL
PP
CP
JCM
CA
DG
DK
CR
AA
MA
TS
GD
MW
SF
DW
PJ
G
GC
SAJ
CN
RA
JT
JMD
JC
BC
MJ
CT
JT
SS
DM
BJ
MP
BE
JRR
JCJ
JS
JA
DA
JGD
DA
MD
JJY
BA
DM
EL
DJ
YJJ
TRS
AM
JD
CA
LA
B
DA
DW
SC
MJ
RJC
JA
JS
JBS
GJ
SA
KJ
ME
2 RCHA
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFB VALCARTIER
1 RCHA
CFB GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
WATC DET SHILO
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
1 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
11 FD REGT
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
HMCS TORONTO
2 RCHA
7TH TORONTO REGT
CFSATE BORDEN
CFB SUFFIELD
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MCPL
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MERSON
MICHAUD
MIGNEAULT
MILLER
MONTEMBEAULT
MOREAU
MORGAN
MORNINGSTAR
MORRELL
MORSE
NAULT
NERON
NORMAND
OLIVER
ORGAN
OUELLET
PANCHUK
PARLEE
PARSONS
PATRY
PAYNE
PEARSON
PECKFORD
PERREAULT
PERUSSE
PETHICK
PHILPOTT
PIGEON
PLAMONDON
PLANTE
POIRIER
PORRITT
PORTER
POTVIN
POULIOT
POWELL
POWER
PRATT
QUERQUES
QUINN
RAFUSE
READ
REID
REOCH
RICKETTS
ROACH
ROGERS
ROUSSEAU
RUSSELL
SABADOS
SAUNDERS
SEAWARD
SHEEHAN
SHORT
SIMPKINS
SMITH
SMITH
SOLBERG
SOMERVILLE
SOPER
SOPHA
SQUIRES
STAINTHORPE
ST-HILAIRE
SZILBEREISZ
TALBOT
TAYLOR
TESOLIN
TESSIER
THIBAULT
THOMPSON
TODD
SE
JD
MCL
RK
JDJM
JBP
BJ
RJ
KJ
JRGR
JA
JDE
JGE
EE
BJ
JDD
JL
KM
SC
JHYG
JW
SJ
CA
JRES
JYMF
RC
GAW
JGD
B
JAS
JY
HL
CJ
JMD
JY
CT
K
FJ
JJ
DE
SR
RC
CE
GD
LJ
TE
DC
JSM
DA
DG
CJ
EK
PD
BJH
AD
JR
LW
NA
JL
MT
SM
TD
GA
JJP
JP
JMD
FA
VL
JED
JRS
RP
AG
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
TAC SCH
COS J3
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
COS J3
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
CFB BAGOTVILLE
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFSU OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFSMI KINGSTON
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
TAC SCH
5 RALC
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFB SHILO
2 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
2 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
GODDARD
GODFREY
GORDON
GOUDREAU
GOUIN
GOURLIE
GRADY
GRAHAM
GREENE
GRESL
GUERIN
HARRIS
HEGG
HENRIQUEZ
HERBERT
HERMAN
HICKS
HILLIER
HOGAN
HOLLAND
HOLLELEY
HOPKINS
HOPPER
HUARD
HUSSEY
HYSKA
IMPENS
INNISS
IRVINE
JACQUES
JARVIS
JONES
KELLAR
KELLEY
KILLEEN
KING
KNAP
KNOLL
KOESTLMAIER
KOOISTRA
LABADIE
LACERTE
LACOSTE
LAHAYE
LANGFORD
LAPLANTE
LARADE
LARADE
LAROCHELLE
LAROCQUE
LEGGE
LEPAGE
LETTICE
LEUTE
LILLY
LITTLER
LOGAN
LOHNES
MACDONALD
MACDONNELL
MACDOUGALL
MACKENZIE
MACNEIL
MALLEY
MANNS
MARCELLA
MARCIL
MARTEL
MATTERS
MCGOWAN
MCLEAN
MECHALKO
Canadian Gunner
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFB MONTREAL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFSU OTTAWA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 AD REGT
47
RANK
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
BDRC
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
MBDR
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
NAME
TREMBLAY
TRITES
TROWBRIDGE
TURNER
TWOHIG
VERDON
VERNER
VEYSEY
VIAU
VIRGOE
WADDEN
WAGNER
WALKER
WAMBOLDT
WARD
WATERFIELD
WEAGLE
WEAVER
WHEELER
WIATZKA
WIEBE
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WILSON
YOUNG
ANDERSON
ABBOTT
ADAMACK
AHLSTROM
AIKENS
AITKEN
ALLARD
ALMON
ANCTIL
ANGERS
ANTLE
APPEL
ARBOUR
ARGUETA
ARSENEAULT
ASPIROT
ATKINSON
ATTRUX
AVERY
AVERY
BABIN
BADCOCK
BAILEY
BAKKE
BALICKI
BARKER
BARLING
BASTIEN
BATH
BAZINET
BEAUPREY
BECHTEL
BEDARD
BEDNARSKI
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELL
BELLOWS
BELVAL
BERGERON
BERIAU
BERNIER
BERTHIER
BEST
BILLARD
INITS
LOCATION
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
JMH
GP
SR
PR
AT
JNF
HDJ
AJ
JMMP
CSG
KP
JJA
SDR
BD
S
MJ
GR
AM
MA
MF
JN
LJ
WS
GA
BG
TC
RJ
WJ
DD
SC
CD
KH
NH
MBDI
C
DP
KG
JCG
DA
JJP
JE
VO
SA
C
SA
AA
TR
MWF
DC
KMJ
CT
KWL
JGD
RJ
JRAG
5 RALC
MJ
JCD
KM
JMC
JRF
JSR
CE
MJ
P
SJY
JDJ
AM
ME
NHA
TD
PP
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
CFSU OTTAWA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
WATC DET SHILO
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
TAC SCH
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB SHILO
CFB BORDEN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CMTC FD SP TP CREW WAINWRIGHT
2 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
MBDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CN
RG
GG
MLJ
RG
RE
AHL
KW
JPC
RS
MJDH
WD
JEL
FJR
JCM
JMJ
JS
SM
JMPS
SJC
JBS
DD
DPL
RD
JD
JMA
BL
DJ
AJ
MHV
GJD
HJ
JJM
PA
JPEA
JNM
TG
MD
BA
WJ
SK
SJ
CL
TR
SE
JY
GM
PP
JAG
JRM
TE
TA
WA
WJ
BE
E
GCJ
CR
RTG
JAD
JR
S
TD
DD
JS
C
JALD
CA
WM
AL
E
JA
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
TEME SHEARWATER
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFB SHILO
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
TAC SCH
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
408 TAC HEL SQN
CFB SHILO
5 RALC
1 GS BN EDMONTON
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB COLD LAKE
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB BORDEN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CFB TRENTON
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
48
BILODEAU
BIRT
BISHOP
BLAKELY
BLAKEMORE
BLOWES
BOGGS
BOGLE
BOIS
BONNAH
BONNEAU
BOOTH
BORDELEAU
BOSSE
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAU
BOURGAULT
BOYD
BOYD
BRAID
BREMNER
BRETON
BRICKELL
BRINTON
BROCHU
BROCHU
BROGAN
BROMLEY
BROUSSEAU
BROWN
BRUNET
BRUNETTE
BURKE
BURNS
BURTON
BURTON
BUSHEY
BYFORD
BYRNE
CAMERON
CANNING
CANUEL
CARD
CARDIN
CARON
CARON
CARTWRIGHT
CASPER
CASTELLANOS ZETINO
CAVERS
CECCHINI
CHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE
CHAPMAN
CHARBONNEAU
CHARLTON
CHRISTIE
CHUA
CHURCHILL
CLARK
CLARKE
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
COAKLEY
COGSWELL
COLLINS
COMEAU
COMEAU
L’Artilleur Canadien
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
JLJ
JARE
BG
JD
ATB
MM
SJP
MJ
PGC
CF
EA
CJ
NK
FY
KA
LJ
SF
RTAJ
AA
TJ
DSL
SM
PA
BJD
KR
LC
TJ
TR
R
TJ
RA
D
JFM
KR
DM
BC
KG
PJR
NJ
CS
P
MGA
RS
RW
M
GES
JALM
P
RM
JLPS
JGF
CC
RK
BD
PC
BC
JRA
JRJY
TR
CMD
RLM
JET
DT
JMG
RM
DR
AD
EM
HO
R
AJG
JAPS
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
TAC SCH
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
CFB CHILLIWACK
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
COMEAU
COMTOIS
CONRAD
CONWAY
COOPER
CORBETT
CORDEY
CORMIER
COTE
COUGHLAN
COUPAL
COUTURE
COXWORTHY
COZANNET
CROFT
CUNNINGHAM
CUPPENS
CURNEW
CUTLER
DALTON
DANIELL
DAVIDSON
DAY
DAYMAN
DEAN
DEITNER
DEMPSTER
DERRY
DERUISSEAU
DESJARLAIS
DESRUISSEAU
DEVEAU
DION
DOHERTY
DOIRON
DOYLE
DOYLE
DRAPEAU
DRISCOLL
DUBE
DUCHESNE
DUFOUR
DUNLOP
DUNNE
DUPONT
DUPRE
DUPUIS
DUPUIS
DUPUIS
DURAND
DUVAL
EDMONDS
ELVIDGE
EMBERLY
EMBRETT
EMBRO
EMERY
EMOND
ENGRAM
ETHIER
EVANS
FAGAN
FAIRBAIRN
FAUVELLE
FIANDER
FILIATRAULT
FLEMING
FLEMING
FOOTE
FORSYTHE
FORTIER
FORTIN
Canadian Gunner
RANK
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFSCE KINGSTON
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
1 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
49
NAME
FORTIN
FORTIN
FOSTER
FRASER
FURBER
GAGNE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GARDY
GARRETT
GAUTHIER
GAUTREAU
GEE
GERVAIS
GIGNAC
GIGUERE
GILLESPIE
GILLIS
GIROUARD
GOBEIL
GODIN
GODIN
GOGUEN
GOHM
GOLDING
GONEAU
GOSSELIN
GOSSELIN
GOUIN
GOULD
GOYER
GRATTON
GRAY
GREALEY
GREEN
GRONDIN
GUILBAULT
GUILBAULT
GUILBEAULT
HAIGHT
HALE
HALL
HANNAH
HANSSON
HARALDSON
HARDY
HARPE
HARPELLE
HAWE
HEWITT
HICKEY
HIGGINS
HILCHIE
HILL
HIMMELMAN
HINCH
HODGSON
HOOD
HOOVER
HORAN
HOUDE
HOWELL
HOWLETT
HOYT
HUDON
HUNGAR
HUNKA
INGLIS
IRVINE
JACKMAN
INITS
LOCATION
JYS
LP
JT
DD
JA
SJ
JJL
JPL
JRJ
MJ
KR
DE
MC
A
SS
JAS
JRP
PPA
DJ
KL
HJJN
JPR
JJP
KA
JL
DA
CH
JAS
JGS
SE
JOS
DW
JMP
JRR
JLC
MC
JA
PD
JMC
MJC
JAP
AJ
TE
RW
WW
AJC
TS
SE
TA
PD
WD
RD
DR
GE
AC
BC
KG
JI
RJE
CJ
RR
JE
JAS
STE
AJ
DC
JORE
JM
ORA
DR
JB
CD
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
5 RALC
433 ETAC BAGOTVILLE
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFSRDB
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFLRS SAINT JEAN
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
TAC SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 PPCLI EDMONTON
CFB SUFFIELD
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
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
JACQUARD
JACQUES
JALBERT
JARVIS
JENKINS
JOFRE
JOUVET
KARG
KAUS
KELL
KELLEY
KELLY
KELLY
KER
KIDSON
KING
KIRK
KIRKPATRICK
KRISTIANSEN
KROEKER
KUHNL
LABADIE
LABBE
LABONTE
LADEROUTE
LAFONTAINE
LAMBERT
LAMY
LANDRY
LANGEVIN
LANGILLE
LANGLOIS
LAROCHE
LAROCQUE
LATULIPPE
LAVOIE
LAVOIE
LAWRENCE
LAYTON
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLANC
LEBLOND
LEBRASCEUR
LECLAIR
LECOZ
LEFEBVRE
LEGENDRE
LEGENDRE
LESSARD
LESZCZYNSKI
LEVESQUE
LEWIS
LIMOGES
LINKLETTER
LONGWORTH
LOSIER
LOUCKS
LUCHTMEYER
LUSHMAN
LUSHMAN
LUTEN
LYNCH
LYTHGOE
MACARTHUR
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACKIN
MACKINNON
MACLEAN
MACNAUGHTON
MACNEIL
TAP
SC
KJ
BP
MC
R
JLC
JK
JAW
SA
JE
DFJ
JAR
SE
TDC
CD
JK
JK
JF
SD
JJR
SJP
JFY
M
TE
JLGP
JC
A
B
JJ
RG
MC
JGR
R
JFL
B
JRR
WT
JA
B
EJ
JMF
PM
MJ
JGA
RHJ
RC
JMD
SAS
MAL
JJR
D
CJ
JPGR
BR
SDA
JO
KA
BP
H
WJ
KD
RG
JF
CG
FI
JA
DP
LR
GA
DR
SGM
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
3 ASG GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
GRADE NOM
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
MBDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
LS
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
CMTC WAINWRIGHT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
MTSC MEAFORD
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 AMS SQN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
TAC SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
LFAA TC GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
CFB SHILO
2 SVC BN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
RCA SCHOOL
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
CFB SUFFIELD
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
50
MACPHERSON
MACRURY
MADDISON
MADORE
MALTAIS
MANDEVILLE
MANN
MARCOUX
MARMEN
MARR
MARTIN
MASSICOTTE
MATHIEU
MATHIEU
MATYJANKA
MAXIMILIEN
MCCAMBRIDGE
MCCARRON
MCCAULEY
MCCLEMENT
MCDONNELL
MCGARRIGLE
MCIVOR
MCKENNA
MCKNIGHT
MCLEAN
MCLEAN
MEADE
MEDCALF
MELANSON
MELVIN
MELVIN
MENDIOROZ
METHOT
MEUSE
MIGNEAULT
MILLETTE S
MILLS
MINK
MONGEAU
MONTGOMERY
MONTGOMERY
MONTY
MORENCY
MORIN
MORIN
MORNEAU
MORRIS
MORRISON
MUISE
MULTON
MUNRO
MUNRO
MURPHY
MURPHY
MYLER
NASON
NELSON
NELSON
NIITTYNEN
NISBET
NOEL
NORMAN
NORTHRUP
NOWELL
OBRIEN
ODONNELL
ORR
OSBORNE
OSBORNE
OUELLET
PALMER
INITS
ENDROITS
SR
KR
ML
IR
JJLR
JSS
DS
LMM
DC
MW
RA
JSLA
JEP
JJDA
CR
G
MP
BM
MJ
CA
BS
MH
TAA
J
JSB
CL
JNJ
MW
RPT
AA
MA
TL
K
IM
RL
JLR
5 RALC
JA
GL
JAYP
DJ
RL
MFJ
GD
JGD
JMG
M
TGK
KA
CAS
LM
DMJ
KH
JL
JTP
JP
AA
RBE
TW
DJW
BR
PR
TW
KC
CGG
SD
KM
AR
NGT
RJ
JF
GC
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFSU OTTAWA
RCA SCHOOL
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB BORDEN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
18 AD REGT
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
19 AMS SQN
5 RALC
CFB VALCARTIER
5 RALC
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CFB EDMONTON
1 RCHA
CFB SHILO
2 RCHA
CFB PETAWAWA
1 RCHA
440 (T) SQN YELLOWKNIFE
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
HMCS PRESERVER
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
CFB PETAWAWA
L’Artilleur Canadien
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
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
MBDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
MBDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
CPL
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
DP
JSG
M
JAR
WL
JCJF
JJM
SJD
RG
SL
SJG
KR
JG
SE
WT
MK
NS
RA
DT
DJ
JGY
JJM
TJ
MCC
KS
RJ
JPD
CJF
JFM
JJPY
B
CW
AM
JM
JR
JCM
DP
JGJF
DJ
PB
JD
DS
GR
WA
DA
RA
CM
DJ
GJLP
GE
DL
KC
JM
KH
JNLP
MEJ
K
M
NR
JJE
PE
Z
KJ
JP
FJ
SS
JPEM
SL
JAW
H
BW
JG
LFCA TC MEAFORD
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
CFSU OTTAWA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
CFB VALCARTIER
5 RALC
2 RCHA
17 WING WINNIPEG
5 RALC
WATC DET SHILO
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
4 ESR Gagetown
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 AD REGT
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
402 SQN WINNIPEG
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
TAC SCH
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
CFB GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
PAPKE
PAQUET
PAQUETTE
PAQUIN
PARDY
PARE
PARENT
PARENT
PARSONS
PATEY
PATRY
PAUL
PAYNE
PAYNE
PEDDLE
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PEMKOWSKI
PENASSE
PENNEY
PERRON
PERRON
PHILLIPS
PICOTIN
PIERCE
PILON
PINEL
PITRE
PLANTE
PLANTE
PONZA
POPOVITS
POTVIN
POWER
POWER
PRESCOTT
PREVOST
PREVOST
PRIEDE
PRIMMER
PROULX
PULLINGER
PYNE
RAMSAY
REDFORD
REGIMBAL
REIN
RENAUD
RHEAUME
RICH
RICHARD
RICHARD
RICHARDS
RICHARDSON
RIVARD
ROBAR
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHAUD
ROBICHEAU
ROCHEFORT
ROGERSON
ROLKA
ROZEMA
SABEAN
SAMPSON
SANDS
SAUVAGEAU
SAVAGE
SCHEMERHORN
SCHMIDT
SCOTT
SCOTT
Canadian Gunner
RANK
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
BDR
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
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
51
NAME
SELIG
SHEPPARD
SIMMONDS
SIMPSON
SIMPSON
SIROIS
SKINNER
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
SOULIERE
SOVA
SPRICENIEKS
STANSFIELD
STEVENS
ST-GEORGES
ST-LAURENT
ST-PIERRE
STRIKER
TAFFINDER
TALBOT
TAYLOR
TERRY
TESTA
THIBEAU
THISTLE
THORNE
TIMMS
TOMLINSON
TON
TOUCHETTE
TRAVERS
TREKOFSKI
TREMBLAY
TUPPER
TURCOTTE
TURGEON
UMLAH
VAN DAMME
VENNE
VIALETTE
VIGEANT
WALKER
WALOSZEK
WALSH
WALTON
WATERS
WATSON
WEEKS
WERON
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
WHITTAKER
WIERENGA
WILKINSON
WITHERALL
WITWER
WOOD
WRIGHT
WRIGHT
YETMAN
YORKE
ZAREMBA
ZELLICK
ZINCK
ADAMS
AKEROYD
ALLAIN
ALLARY
ALLSOPP
INITS
LOCATION
MD
MC
KO
AA
JW
JCE
TL
KE
LJ
SJ
JJMS
PJRW
JK
BA
TB
I
SL
JCBA
GW
JS
JSA
ID
JE
MG
IT
RJ
OGT
JP
JA
RSB
JBB
CJ
RL
JLA
RM
JCD
JGJ
REW
C
JLLE
JAF
JMP
CE
E
DE
TA
AM
RJ
JR
RS
DH
DT
JJ
LE
MJ
AT
MLMM
JD
TD
KD
DMW
IJ
JGS
RD
TS
NJ
GG
SR
JK
M
M
A
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
CI SQFT VALCARTIER
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
18 AD REGT
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
CFB GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB VALCARTIER
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
CFB SUFFIELD
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
TAC SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
18 AD REGT
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
CFB/ASU KINGSTON
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RANK
NAME
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
AREL
ARLT
ARMANDA
ARMSTRONG
ARSENAULT
AUBIN
AUBUT
AUCOIN
AUDET
BARNES
BARNEY
BARRETT
BARRETTE
BARRY
BAXTER
BEAMISH
BEAUPRE
BEAUREGARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BEDARD
BELAIR
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELANGER
BELL
BELLEY
BENEDETTI
BENOIT
BERTHELOT
BIGRAS
BLACK
BLAIS
BLANCHET
BLANCHETTE
B-LEVESQUE
BOISSONETTE
BOIVIN
BOLAND
BONVILLE
BOOKER
BOOTH
BORDELEAU
BORODEY
BOSSE
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHARD
BOUCHER
BOUCHER
BOUDREAU
BOUDREAULT
BOURDEAU
BOURDREAU
BOURNIVAL-ROY
BOURSIER
BOUTILIER
BOUTILIER
BOWSER
BOZEK
BRETON
BRETON
BREWSTER
BRIAND
BRISTOW
BROWN
BROWN
BRUCE
BRUNET
BUISSON
INITS
D
S
DJA
N
JDJ
D
R
J
KJM
RC
T
V
JGMR
MAS
R
D
M
MJM
EDD
JL
M
W
F
JF
S
SJAA
S
JARA
D
C
M
JSC
SD
JF
AMGN
N
PM
D
F
JP
MJ
S
D
SAR
R
MGG
DLP
J
JJD
JRG
JF
M
JJ-S
M
MMLE
D
F
JD
A
AR
JC
MT
JMA
JPG
ML
J
CL
D
G
WE
JCF
JJE
GRADE NOM
LOCATION
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
CTCHQ GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
52
INITS
BURHOE
BUSSIERES
BUTLER
BYRDE
CALVE
CAMBON
CANTIN
CANTIN
CAOUETTE
CARDINAL
CAREY
CARNEGIE
CARON
CARRIER-BLANCHETTE
CARROLL
CARTER
CATON
CHABOT
CHALUT-VEILLEUX
CHAMBERLAIN
CHAMPAGNE
CHARETTE
CHARRON
CHARTRAND
CHOUINARD
CHUTE
CLARK
CLARK
CLAUS
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
CLOUTIER
COELHO
COLLIER
COLLIN
COMEAU
COMEAU
COMTOIS
CONNORS
CORBEIL
CORDY
CORKUM
CORLISS
CORNEAU
CORNECT
COTE
COTE
COTE
COTE
COURCHENES
COURCY
CRANNEY
CROCKER
CYR
D ANJOU
DAHAN
DAIGLE
DAIGLE
DALLAIRE
DASPE
DAUDELIN-CORBEIL
DAUPHINAIS
D’AUTEUIL
DAVIS
DAWES
DAWKINS
DE BASSECOURT
DECELLES
DECHAMPLAIN
DEGERNESS
JA
MB
DLF
A
G
PGF
P
RA
JF
CF
JT
TJ
R
Y
TW
S
B
SPJ
M
B
JACT
MJDR
BJF
K
MA
A
JR
R
T
D
D
JP
MJ
S
C
P
DL
C
C
S
J
MRI
G
SA
J
J
P
D
F
F
S
JJM
SJN
J
E
T
JCF
M
E
JR
CMB
E
JJA
S
FD
S
G
MG
S
VM
SJ
TC
ENDROITS
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 AD REGT
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
L’Artilleur Canadien
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
GNR
ART
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
S
WD
J
5 RALC
JRRJ
P
M
JJPD
J
S
DS
J
BJ
M
M
A
B
J-MA
ES
F
P
C
RJ
KD
M
S
DR
N
M
JA
I
R
B
S
D
D
M
N
JG
T
D
P
PJU
A
AR
D
M
R
S
J
S
M
R
C
J-P
L
S
I
M
S
R
JGD
T
D
S
CA
JLF
CP
J-F
S
S
DS
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
DEMERS
DENONCOURT
DESCOTEAUX
DESILETSN
DESJARDINS
DESJARDINS
DESROSIERS-OUELLET
DEVEAULT
DEZIEL
DION
DOUCET
DOWD
DRISCOLL
DROLET
DRUMMOND
DUCHARME
DUCHESNE
DUCHESNE-TANGUAY
DUFOUR
DUGUAY
DUMONT
DUNPHY
DUTCHAK
ELLIOTT
ELLIOTT
EMBREGTS
EVANS
FADER
FAUBERT
FEHR
FILLION
FILLION
FIZZARD
FLETCHER
FLIGHT
FLYNN
FLYNN
FOLZ
FORREST
FORREST
FORTIN
FORTIN
FORTIN
FOSTER
FOURNIER
FRADETTE
FRADETTE
FRANK
FRENETTE
FURMANEK
FURNIVAL
GAGNE
GAGNEMONFETTE
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GAGNON
GARLAND
GAUTHIER
GEDEON
GERROW
GERVAIS
GERVAIS
GIBSON
GILBY
GILES
GINGRAS
GINGRICH
GIRARD
GIRARD
GIROUX
GODBOUT
Canadian Gunner
RANK
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
53
NAME
GODIN
GODIN
GOGUEN
GOODMURPHY
GOSSELIN
GRAJEWSKI
GRAVELLE
GREEN
GRENIER
GRIFFIN
GROLEAU
GUILLEMETTE
GUNTON
GUY
HACHEY
HALE
HALLE
HAMEL
HAMILTON
HANNAFORD
HANNAH
HANNAM
HANSFORD
HARNISH
HARTERY
HARTJES
HARVEY
HAWKINS
HELKA
HOPE
HOPP
HOQUET
HOSZKO
HOUSTON
HOWELL
HOWLAND
HUBBARD
HUDON
HUMBER
HUNTINGTON
HYATT
IKERENGE
INGRAM
IRELAND
JACOBS
JAMES
JANVIER
JENKINS
JOBB
JOHNSON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JOKSIMOVIC
KELLOWAY
KELLY
KENDALL
KETTLE
KHEIRALLAH
KHOUDJAPOIRIER
KHOURY
KIRK
KOESLAG
KOLOPENUK
KONIK
KOOTENAY
KOSY
KUCHARIK
LABRECQUE
LACELLE
LACHANCE
LACHAPELLE
INITS
EM
JGC
D
M
J
RAC
A
J
JMS
K
FJ
JRE
A
KJ
W
CC
JFJR
GK
J
A
C
RB
JE
M
VW
K
B
JJ
JB
A
R
C
D
RN
JD
DD
F
D
DR
J
M
JA
R
A
JG
OJL
JME
D
RC
JL
J
KD
RD
B
J
RJ
RA
G
E
K
MAM
J
J
P
A
J
ND
M
C
RVC
E
JF
LOCATION
RCA SCHOOL
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RANK
NAME
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
LACOSTE
LACROIX
LAGACE
LAJAMBE
LAJOIE
LAJOIE
LAKE
LALONDE
LALONDE
LAMARRE
LAMBERT
LAMOTHE
LANDRY
LANDRY
LANGLOIS
LAPHAM
LAPIERRE
LARDNER
LARIVIERE
LAROCQUE
LAROCQUE
LAST
LATENDRESSE
LAVALLIE
LAVERS
LAVIGNE
LAVIGNE-ORTIZ
LAVOIE
LEBLANCCM
LEBLANC
LEBRETON
LEDOUX
LEE
LEE
LEFORTE
LEGAULT
LEGGE
LEMIEUX
LEMIEUX
LESSARD
LETENDRE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LEVESQUE
LILLIE
LIVELY
LOISELLE
LONGMIRE
LORTIE
LOSIER
LYNDE
MACDONALD
MACDOUGALL
MACINTOSH
MACLEOD
MACNEIL
MAGGIOLO
MAHEU
MAHEUX
MALLEY
MANDA
MANTHA
MANUEL
MARCIL
MARDYNALKA
MARIER
MAROIS
MARSMAN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
INITS
KFM
JJS
L
J
C
D
SK
F
JJCA
JFJG
RJJ
OA
GJF
JGR
M
DF
MPJ
C
C
EJP
SJM
SV
DA
J
CL
D
O
S
2 RCHA
SA
GA
JSJ
K
K
DW
JB
M
D
MJL
MD
T
E
P
R
SA
RGS
M
O
QC
PN
P
DJW
S
JL
PR
J
AM
M
E
J
S
G
AGJ
J
J
KKJ
B
SEA
MA
F
J
JME
LOCATION
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 AD REGT
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
54
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
L
M
R
YJR
J
J
M
A
BCW
D
B
2 RCHA
RA
KG
PAG
D
MD
AL
J
R
MDC
JDP
PWH
JK
S
B
S
JP
MARJ
TS
B
CJI
A
J
SJMR
S
J
S
D
SM
NGV
RAC
N
PDW
J
S
EJM
MAF
J
V
D
D
J
ND
BG
J
R
JF
JJ
V
C
H
JCV
K
DJ
M
RAA
DA
A
J
G
B
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
MARTIN
MASALES
MATHESON
MATHIEU
MAURICE
MAURICE
MAY
MAYHEW
MCBRIDE
MCCARTHY
MCCLELLAND
MCGUIRE T
MCINTYRE
MCKINNON
MCLEOD
MCNEIL
MCNEIL
MCPHERSON
MEGER
MENDES
MERCADO
MERCIER
MERMANS
MICHAUD
MICHAUD-HEBERT
MILES
MILLAR
MINK
MONDERIE
MOREAU
MORIN
MORTON
MULVILLE
NICHOLSON
NICOLE
NORMAND
NUTTALL
NYIMU
O’DELL
O’DELL
O’HAGAN
O’NEILL
OSADCHUK
OSHA
OUELLET
OUELLETE
PAQUETTE
PAQUIN-PAUZE
PARADIS
PARADIS
PARENT
PARENT
PARRILL
PARRIS
PARSONS
PATRY-YOUNG
PAUL
PAYETTE
PEDDLE
PEJANOVIC
PELLERIN
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLETIER
PELLEY
PENNEY
PENNEY
PEPIN
PERREAULT
PERRY
PERSICO
PETERS
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
408 TAC HEL SQN
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
LFCA TC MEAFORD
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
L’Artilleur Canadien
GRADE NOM
INITS
ENDROITS
RANK
NAME
INITS
LOCATION
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
C
D
C
PJM
C
JG
SW
D
CJM
PJS
RC
RK
A
L
J
C
NA
J
APG
JFJG
RR
WRJ
C
A
JG
J
M
GJJP
JJCB
S
PN
TR
M
MA
GS
S
M
MC
DW
T
DL
EJL
PL
PMA
E
JJR
L
CJSJ
S
JG
CJD
C
S
AP
S
B
DC
M
M
T
K
M
T
J
MN
K
J
M
S
AP
D
J
5 RALC
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
CFB SUFFIELD
4 AD Regt
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
ASU TORONTO
5 RALC
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
GNR
ART
GNR
SMITH
SMITH
SPRINGMAN
STACEY
STALEY
STANIEWICZ
ST-PIERRE
SWANSON
SWARTZ
SWEEZEY
SYLVESTER
SYLVESTRE
SYME
TAHAN
TATCHELL
TATCHELL
TATCHELL
TESSIER
TESSIER
THIBEAULT
THIBODEAU
THOMAS
THOMPSON
THOMPSON
THORDARSON
TOBIN
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TREMBLAY
TROKE
TUCKER
TURMEL
VAILLANCOURT
VAILLANCOURT
VAILLANCOURT
VAN NORDEN
VANDECAVEYE
VEILLEUX
VEILLEUX
VEZINA-GIRARD
VIOLY
WALKER
WALKER
WALSH
WARREN
WHITE
WHITTEN
WILL
WILL
WILLIAMS
WILSON
WILSON
WILSON
WINSOR
WISEMAN
WONNENBERG
WOODMAN
WORSLEY
WOTHERSPOON
YANIRE
ZAHR
M
RJ
P
J
J
L
C
WL
B
S
NB
F
T
A
A
EO
T
PLS
YJC
J
A
J
H
R
T
B
A
BS
GS
K
JL
J
JF
CL
CRC
G
W
L
EJG
JP
J-S
RJ
C
S
MJ
K
JJD
R
KD
RB
J
A
RGS
RJ
JC
MS
DN
W
S
L
J-FJ
R
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
5 RALC
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
58 AD BTY 6 RAC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT RCA MONCTON
1 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
5 RALC
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
2 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
5 RALC
RCA SCHOOL
1 RCHA
1 RCHA
2 RCHA
RCA SCHOOL
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
2 RCHA
1 RCHA
4 AD REGT GAGETOWN
RCA SCHOOL
RCA SCHOOL
5 RALC
2 RCHA
PICARD
PIGEON
PIKE
PINET
PINKNEY
PINNEGAR
PLANETTA
PLANTE
POBURN
POIRIER
POLLARD
POLYWKAN
PORTER
POWERS
PRICE
PROSPER
RANDALL
RAOUL
RATELLE
RATELLE
RAY
RAY
RAYMOND
REED
REGIMBALD
REGIS
REICKER
REID
RENAUD
REYNOLDS
RICE
RIDEOUT
RIOUX
RIOUX-GOYETTE
ROACHE
ROBBINS
ROBERGE
ROBERT
ROBERTS
ROBERTS
ROBICHAUD
ROBIDOUX
RONDEAU
ROUILLARD
ROUSSEL
ROY
ROY
ROZON
RUTTAN
RYLOTT
SAMSON
SAULTER
SAVARD
SCHMIDT
SCHUITEBOER
SECORD
SHEA
SHEETS
SHELDRICK
SHEPPARD
SHERK
SHERWOOD
SHIELS
SHORT
SIMARD
SIMMS
SIMONEAU
SIROIS
SKEHEN
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH
Canadian Gunner
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Anne McLellan, MP
Edmonton West
12304 – 107 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 1Z1
Phone: 780-495-3122
Rick Borotsik, MP
Brandon-Souris
1239-C Princess Avenue
Brandon, MB R7A 0R2
Trius Leasing Ltd
1145 Hanwell Road
Fredericton, NB E3B 5E3
Phone: 506-457-9000
D&M Auto Body
515 Wilsey Road -Fredericton, NB E3B 5J2
Phone: 506-452-8121
Covey Basics
670 Wilsey Road
Fredericton, NB E3B 4Y2
Phone: 506-458-8333
Brien’s Auto Repair
58 MacDonald Avenue
Oromocto, NB E2V 1A2
Phone: 506-357-2348
Oerlikon Contraves Inc.
225 Boulevard du Séminaire Sud
St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, QC
Phone: 450-358-2000
York Credit Union Ltd
CANEX Mall,
Oromocto, NB E2V 2R6
Phone: 506-357-8686
Lakeview Inn & Suites
Management Head Office
600-185 Carlton Street,
Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3J1
1-800-456-4000
www.countryinns.com
Griffin’s Pub
CANEX Mall, Broad Road
Oromocto, NB E2V 4J5
Phone: 506-357-9645
Auto Machinery & General Supply
50 Whiting Road Industrial Park
Fredericton, NB E3B 4Y2
Phone: 506-453-1600
Gardiner Realty
CANEX Mall,
Oromocto, NB E2V 4J5
Phone: 506-357-3348
D.E. Jensen & Sons Ltd
175 Sunset Drive
Fredericton, NB E3A 1A2
(506) 453-1900
Leech Printing Ltd
601 Braecrest Drive
Brandon, MB R7C 1B1
(204) 728-3037
www.leechprint.com
Best Western Pembroke Inn
1 International Drive
Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5
Phone: 613-735-0131
Shoppers’ Mall
1570 - 18 Street
Brandon, MB R7A 5C5
(204) 728-3255
www.shoppersmall-brandon.com
Phil’s Auto & Recreation
2709 Route 102 Hwy
Lincoln, NB B3B 7B4
Phone: 506-446-6135
David E. Minns
Insurance Agency Ltd
1316 Pembroke Street W
Pembroke, ON K8A 7T1
Phone: 613-735-0608
Wheeler Accessories Ltd
Box 98765 Stn A
Fredericton, NB E3B 6C2
(506) 444-8959
www.wheelers.ca
Dooly’s Oromocto
Wilmot Mall
Oromocto, NB E2V 2P4
Phone: 506-357-5531
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 93
284 Restigouche Road
Oromocto, NB E2V 2H5
Phone: 506-446-5133
Best Western Pembroke Inn
1 International Drive
Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5
1-800-567-2378
Roblynn Home Hardware
Building Centre
257 Restigouche Road
Oromocto, NB E2V 2H1
Phone: 506-446-6824
Mulder Meats (1983) Ltd
1400 Onondaga Street
Oromocto, NB E2V 2H6
Phone: 506-357-8862
Hills Auto Salvage
Oromocto, NB E0G 2P0
506-357-5493
Bryan Whittaker
101 Hersey Street
Oromocto, NB E2V 1J4
Phone: 506-357-9801
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