In Photos: Dieppe Raid Commemoration

The contingent marches down the Esplanade past thousands of spectators following the Signature Ceremony as part of the commemorative ceremonies of the 75th Anniversary in Dieppe, France, Aug. 19.

IN PHOTOS: DIEPPE RAID COMMEMORATION

Lieutenant-General Paul Wynnyk (center) stands with Canadian soldiers during the Candlelight vigil held at the Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery as a part of the ceremonies to honour the Dieppe Raid, held on Aug. 18.

In photos: National Peacekeepers’ Day

Cdr Jeanne Lessard (right), Base Administration Officer, salutes current and past military members during the National Peacekeepers’ Day parade, Aug. 9.

In Photos: Operation REASSURANCE

HMCS Charlottetown meets the sunrise at sea while crossing the Atlantic Ocean to embark on her mission during OpREASSURANCE, Aug. 10.

In Photos: HMCS Oriole

HMCS Oriole participates in the Parade of Sail at the conclusion of Tall Ships 2017 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

In Photos: Operation LENTUS

A member of the Ministry of Forests Flathead Unit Crew is greeted by Sergeant Neil Maclean at Puntzi Mountain Airport during Operation Lentus July 29.

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