In this episode, we highlight Exercise CUTLASS EXPRESS, congratulate the team at Information Technology Service Management for achieving a key milestone, recap this year’s Conference of American Armies, and profile the first two contracts under the new Sustainment Initiative for Defence procurement.
In this episode, we’ll tell you how the Canadian Armed Forces are supporting emergency response efforts to the ice storm in New Brunswick, talk about Security Awareness Week, commemorate Black History Month, recap Bell Let’s Talk Day, and see some highlights from the Commando Challenge Hockey Game.
This week’s Defence Team News: Ex AQIGIK, Carling Campus, and CAF women’s hockey.
In this episode, we join the conversation for Bell Let’s Talk Day, see HMCS St. John’s Chop into Op REASSURANCE, highlight the upcoming 100th Anniversary ceremony of Vimy Ridge in France, and recap the Prime Minister’s visit to 8 Wing Trenton.
In this episode, retired Master Corporal Jody Mitic wants to hear about your military experiences, we recap Ex PALADIN RESPONSE, tell you about a recent CAF pension contribution rate increase, and update you on the first move to Carling Campus.
In this episode, we recognize two CAF members who were named in Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women of 2016, announce the NDWCC donation total for 2016, and we’ll update you on how the Phoenix system could impact your T4.
Today what we’re going to be doing is simulating a helicopter crash.
In this episode, we catch up with the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Urban Search and Rescue team, hear how the Royal Military College of Canada is training in support of Operation HONOUR initiatives, cover the Halifax International Security Forum, and highlight the Quality Engineering Test Establishment team’s 2015 Flight Safety Award.
In this episode, we learn how Exercise SPARTAN WARRIOR provides experience in modern naval operations, prepare for the first phase move to the Carling Campus, cover the donation of a Vimy Ridge grave marker, update you on the Phoenix pay system, and report on the military review at the Royal Military College of Canada.