Canadian soldiers have been in Afghanistan since December 2001.

Canadian soldiers have been in Afghanistan since December holding the Canadian flag.

Canadian Forces troops ~ not sure what year but not Afghanistan 2002 given the ISAF patches.

Canadian Forces troops ~ not sure what year but not Afghanistan 2002 given the ISAF patches + they look awfully clean so likely the frogs in 05

Female member of the Canadian ISAF force in Afganistan.

A smiling female Canadian soldier in the ISAF during the Afghanistan war. Evelyn Chang and Richard Zhao

stryker vehicle

Canada's equipment in Afghanistan

Canadian forces personnel who worked with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan used a number of different vehicles to carry out their duties.

JTF2 joint task force

Anyone else notice his side weapon doesnt have a magizine in it?Canadian sniper on the Gromingen UO Village obstacle course during the Annual Canadian International Sniper Concentration at the Ca.

A Coyote armoured reconnaissance vehicle drives through Kabul Afghanistan on route to a vehicle checkpoint 2005 [1057 x 1600]

A Coyote armoured reconnaissance vehicle with the Kabul Multinational Brigade (KMNB) armoured reconnaissance squadron, drives past the ruins of the King's Palace en route to a Vehicle Check Point (VCP) outside of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Canadian soldiers with NATO-led International Security Assistance Force

Canadian soldiers with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Kandahar Province prepare to face Talibanfighters.

Canadian soldiers participate in advanced amphibious training from the Shearwater Jetty in Halifax on Tuesday, July 30, 2013. (Andrew Vaughan / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Canadian soldiers participate in advanced amphibious training from the Shearwater Jetty in Halifax on Tuesday, July (Andrew Vaughan / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Canadian Disruptive Pattern (CADPAT) is the computer-generated digital camouflage pattern currently used by the Canadian Forces. CADPAT is designed to reduce the likelihood of detection by night vision devices.

The Canadian Forces were the first army to issue pixellated digital camouflage for all units with their disruptively patterned CADPAT.

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