Soldiers engage enemy targets that were set up at the live fire range during Ex ARCTIC RAM near the Hamlet of Kugaaruk, Nunavut on Feb 21, 2014.
3R22eR C Company using BV-206 vehicles and a platoon from the Norwegian Kampeskadronen using CV-90 Armoured Vehicle wait for orders to move during Exercise COLD RESPONSE near Sjøvegan, Norway on March 13, 2014.
Thanks man, we appreciate it! :)
A Canadian soldier scanning the area with his Elcan C79 scope in Afghanistan.
Canadian sniper on the Groningen UO Village obstacle course during the 17th Annual Canadian International Sniper Concentration at the 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown. September 24th, 2013.
A Canadian Leopard A4M from The 12e Régiment Blindé du Canada (12th Armoured Regiment of Canada) in Afghanistan.
Nope. Curtis is in high school and I’m in university, although we both aspire to join the CF some day. I started this blog two and a half years ago when I was 16. I was miffed that there were like 500+ “fuck yeah” blogs for the armed forces of the UK and of the US and of Australia but not a single one for the CF.
Corporal Jonathan Michel, 3R22eR, A Company, maintains a security perimeter with the C16 Automatic Grenade Launcher during Exercise COLD RESPONSE near Sjøvegan, Norway on March 13, 2014.
Also, to that one guy who reblogged that one picture with the regular hipster “oil war” jargon -
There’s no oil in Afghanistan. Get your shit straight.
If you’re going to make an argument, use actual facts and stop spouting off the first thing you read off some new-age wordpress blog based in Seattle.
That is all. Thankyougodbless.
A wounded Canadian soldier from the NATO-led coalition crawls for cover seconds after his position was hit by a Taliban shell fired from an 82-millimeter recoilless rifle during an ambush in Zhari district, October 23, 2007.
Hope he got out ok
He spent a few days off the line for treatment, but he returned to his unit soon after, if I remember correctly.
After more than 12 years, Canada’s military in Afghanistan has come to an end. In a flag lowering ceremony on March 12 at International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) headquarters in Kabul, the largest deployment of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel since the Second World War has drawn to an end.
Approximately 350 Canadian Army soldiers from 5e Groupe-brigade mécanisé du Canada (5 GBMC) are taking part in Exercise COLD RESPONSE (EX CR14) in Harstad, Norway, from March 10 to 22.
Canadian soldiers sleep as a flare burns over them during a special operation at Sanjaray in Kandahar Province, May 18, 2009.