Mother Canada mourning her dead, Vimy Ridge.
General Sir Arthur Currie, GOC Canadian Corps (pointing), and General MacBrien with other officers during a training exercise, September 1917.
24 Apr 2006
Shah Wali Kot , Afghanistan
1st Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment, Op ARCHER, August 2006 - March 2007
Canadian soldier with a C7
Infantrymen of The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada carrying a comrade who was killed by shellfire while escorting German prisoners, San Leonardo di Ortona, Italy, 10 December 1943.
Kaboul (Afghanistan,) le 24 mai 2004
Le Bombardier Jacques Desjardins (à gauche) et le Bombardier-chef Robert Morse, membres du 5e Régiment d’artillerie légère du Canada (5 RALC), tirent à l’aide de leur obusier LG1 dans un champ de tir situé près de Kaboul.
Le 5 RALC dispose d’une batterie d’obusiers LG1, d’une section de véhicules aériens téléguidés (VAT) et d’une section de radiogoniométrie.
La principale mission du 5 RALC est d’offrir un appui d’artillerie à la Brigade multinationale de Kaboul (BMK) dans sa zone de responsabilité, à Kaboul, en Afghanistan
Image des Forces canadiennes numéro KA2004-R103-1188d
Par le Cpl John Bradley avec le Gp-bon 3 R22e
Kabul, Afghanistan, 24 May 2004
Bombardier Jacques Desjardins (left) and Master Bombardier Robert Morse, members of the 5 Régiment d’artillerie légère du Canada (5 RALC), fire their LG1 howitzer at a firing range near Kabul, Afghanistan.
5 RALC consists of a battery of LG1 howitzers, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) section and a radar direction finding section.
The main mission of 5 RALC is to provide artillery support to the Kabul Multinational Brigade (KMNB) in their area of responsibility in and around the city of Kabul, Afghanistan.
Canadian Forces Image Number KA2004-R103-1188d
By Cpl John Bradley with 3 R22eR Bn Gp
September 13, 2012
Competitor Master Corporal (MCpl) Tatyana Danlyshyn, with the Princess Louise Fusiliers, competes during the rifle portion of the Canadian Forces Small Arms Concentration.
Every September, Canadian Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and international top shots gather at Connaught Range in Ottawa for the annual Canadian Forces Small Arms Concentration. This international skill at arms competition has been designed to test all components of the Canadian Forces in operational marksmanship with a service rifle, service pistol and light machine gun.
All participants compete for the prestigious Queen’s Medal for Champion Shot and a chance to represent the Canadian Forces at the British Army’s Central Skill at Arms Meeting in England.
Photo by Sgt Veronica Arsenault, Army Public Affairs
Canadian Forces Image No.: LF2012-0091-39
While conducting parachute training, soldiers from 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry jump from the CC-177 Globemaster over Drop Zone Buxton in Edmonton, Alberta on November 25th 2012.
Approximately 125 personnel using both static line and freefall parachute jumped from the CC-177 Globemaster as part of Jumpmaster training. This was the first time a mass parachute drop had been conducted using the CC-177.
Photo by: MCpl James Ross
CF Image Number: LE2012-0113-002
(c) 2012, DND/MDN, Canada
Soldiers from 33 Canadian Brigade Group disembark a Griffon helicopter from 427 Squadron during Exercise NORTHERN ALLIANCE in Burwash, Ontario, November 23-25, 2012.
Approximately 150 soldiers from across the Algonquin Regiment (Alg R), 2nd Battalion, Irish Regiment of Canada (2IR RC), and the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (RHLI) conducted joint operations while members of 3rd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (3RCR) acted as opposing forces. The units involved in this exercise were spread across 31 and 33 Canadian Brigade Group as well as 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group.
Photo by Pte Ariane Montambeault, Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre
CF Image Number: RE2012-0090-027
© 2012, DND-MDN, Canada
Soldats du 33e Groupe-brigade du Canada débarque d’un hélicoptère Griffon du 427e Escadron pendant l’exercice Northern Alliance à Burwash, en Ontario, du 23 au 25 novembre 2012.
Quelque 150 soldats provenant du Algonquin Regiment (ALQ R), du 2e Bataillon, The Irish Regiment of Canada (2IR RC) et du Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (RLHI) ont mené des opérations conjointes, pendant quedes membres du 3e Bataillon, The Royal Canadian Regiment (3 RCR) jouaient le rôle des forces d’opposition. Les unités qui ont pris part à cet exercice provenaient du 31e Groupe brigade du Canada, du 33e Groupe brigade du Canada et du 2e Groupe brigade mécanisé du Canada.
Photo : le soldat Ariane Montambeault, Le centre d’imageries interarmées des Forces canadiennes
Numéro d’image des FC : RE2012-0090-027
© 2012, DND-MDN, Canada
November 2, 2012
HMCS Regina deployed on Operation ARTEMIS in the Arabian Sea on November 2, 2012.
Private Morris J Piche is helped to an aid station behind the front lines in the Kapyong Valley by Lance Corporal W J Chrysler, both of the Canadian Battalion.
I want to share this photo that someone took the time to make. These are all the Canadians killed in Afghanistan. These are all soldiers who breathed the same air as us, saw the same stuff we did but accepted there call to arms. Please take a moment and look at this picture and not only remember them but think of the ones they left behind.
And please share this picture as I believe everyone should see it,
We Will Remember
KANADAHAR, Afghanistan –Master Bombardier Clint Godsoe, Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) waits at a Kandahar school as donated supplies are unloaded August 26, 2008. The Kandahar PRT has worked on many construction projects such as schools and government facilities to assist the Afghan government improve the lives of residents (ISAF Photo by Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran).