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Canadian Forces Insignia

Canadian Forces (CF) The Canadian Forces (CF) (French: Forces canadiennes; FC), officially the Canadian Armed Forces (French: Forces armées canadiennes), are the unified armed forces of Canada, as constituted by the National Defence Act, which states: "The Canadian Forces are the armed forces of Her Majesty raised by Canada and consist of one Service called the Canadian Armed Forces." This singular institution consists of three main branches: Maritime Command (MARCOM), Land Force Command…

Insigne du Lord Strathacona's Horse (Royal Canadians) Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Commonwealth, Army Pics, Military Insignia, Family Crest, Brand Identity Design, Military History

Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) [Institution militaire]

Insigne du Lord Strathacona's Horse (Royal Canadians)

33 Signal Regiment (Canada) - Wikipedia Canadian Army, Commonwealth, Porsche Logo, Ancestry, Badges, Canada, Military, Australia, Symbols

33 Signal Regiment (Canada) - Wikipedia

33 Signal Regiment (Canada) - Wikipedia

Insigne du Camp des cadets Vernon Family Crest, Crests, Coat Of Arms, Vernon, Porsche Logo, British Columbia, Cool Pictures, Camping, Badges

Camp des cadets Vernon [Institution militaire]

Insigne du Camp des cadets Vernon

31 Canadian Brigade Group (31CBG; French: 31e Groupe-brigade du Canada) is part of the 4th Canadian Division, under the Canadian Army. It encompasses the southwestern portion of Ontario, and is headquartered in London, Ontario. The 31 CBG area of responsibility stretches from Hamilton to Windsor. The brigade has approximately 2000 soldiers. 31st (Reserve) Brigade Group was created, within 1 Militia District, on 1 April 1942. Canadian Army, Military History, Marines, No Time For Me, Patches, Canada, The Unit, Letterhead, Commonwealth

31 Canadian Brigade Group (31CBG; French: 31e Groupe-brigade du Canada) is part of the 4th Canadian Division, under the Canadian Army. It encompasses the southwestern portion of Ontario, and is headquartered in London, Ontario. The 31 CBG area of responsibility stretches from Hamilton to Windsor. The brigade has approximately 2000 soldiers. 31st (Reserve) Brigade Group was created, within 1 Militia District, on 1 April 1942.

Insigne du Centre d'instruction d'été des cadets de l'Armée Argonaut British Crown Jewels, Football Mexicano, Canadian History, Centre, Crests, Coat Of Arms, Camping, Air Lines, Letterhead

Centre d'instruction d'été des cadets de l'Armée Argonaut [Institution militaire]

Insigne du Centre d'instruction d'été des cadets de l'Armée Argonaut

41 Service Battalion - Wikipedia Canadian Army, Family Crest, Coat Of Arms, Armed Forces, Badge, Presents, Military, History, Patches

41 Service Battalion - Wikipedia

41 Service Battalion - Wikipedia

1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (1CMBG) is a Canadian Forces brigade group that is part of the 3rd Canadian Division of the Canadian Army. Originally headquartered at CFB Calgary, it is currently based in CFB Edmonton in Alberta with two major units at CFB Shilo in Manitoba, and consists of eight Regular Force units Canadian Army, True North, Calgary, Division, Badges, Canada, Military, The Unit, Letterhead

1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group - Wikipedia

1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (1CMBG) is a Canadian Forces brigade group that is part of the 3rd Canadian Division of the Canadian Army. Originally headquartered at CFB Calgary, it is currently based in CFB Edmonton in Alberta with two major units at CFB Shilo in Manitoba, and consists of eight Regular Force units

Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit - Wikipedia Canadian Army, Biologique, Crests, Special Forces, The Crown, Armed Forces, No Response, Arms, The Unit

Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit - Wikipedia

Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit - Wikipedia