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Annex S – Commemorative medals

Jan 15, 2020 ... all fields, ages and regions for their achievements and contribution to Canadian national life. The Canadian Forces (CF) have traditionally been an important partner in these medals programs. While the military selection criteria has varied with the programs over time, it has recently been established that, in accordance with the national criteria

Appendix 3 – Alert Bar to the Special Service Medal

Jan 15, 2020 ... on the posted strength of Canadian Forces Station (CFS) Alert, or of honourable service with a military force operationally deployed to or at CFS Alert, since it began its operation on September 1, 1958 and still continuing, to be special service within the meaning of those Regulations; and that the Bar awarded with the Special Service Medal (SSM) representing

Annex A – Impact of punishment

Jan 15, 2020 ...Annex A – Impact of punishment Scale of Punishments and Administrative Measures Impact on Honours Imprisonment for life Dismissal with disgrace from Her Majesty’s service Dismissal from Her Majesty’s service Automatic forfeiture of all decorations and medals for long service, good conduct, efficiency or meritorious service (other than military valour

Annex E – Meritorious Service Decorations (MSDs)

Jan 15, 2020 ...Annex E – Meritorious Service Decorations (MSDs) Table of contents Introduction Recommendations Introduction Meritorious Service Decorations (MSDs) are national honours awarded to recognize outstanding deeds or activity. The regulations governing the decorations are reprinted in Appendix 1. MSDs are awarded in two divisions: military and civil. The ribbons

Chapter 3 – Investitures

Jan 17, 2020 ... and decorations for military valour, bravery and meritorious service will normally be conducted under the auspices of the GG at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, or La Citadelle, Quebec City. Details regarding scenarios and guidelines for ceremonies, investitures and receptions can be found in Annexes A, B, C and D at the end of this chapter. Primary guest for investitures Orders

Service Medal of the Most Venerable Order of St. John of Jerusalem

Jan 31, 2020 ...This Honour is administered by the Order of St. John. The Department of National Defence is providing this basic information until the Order of St. John has the official details available on the Order's own site.

Annex D – Other ceremonies

Jan 15, 2020 ..., usually at military facilities, where there is the highest concentration of recipients. The sequence of events closely mirrors that followed for ceremonies at Rideau Hall, described at Annex C. As the MID is a national honour, recipients residing within Canada are entitled to travel expenses for themselves and one primary guest. The recipients of departmental

Annex A – Order of military merit Advisory Council – Terms of reference

Jan 17, 2020 ...Annex A – Order of military merit Advisory Council – Terms of reference 1150-110/A60 – 3 March 2016 Chair: CDS Members: VCDS Comd RCN Comd CA Comd RCAF GG’s Rep Secretary: DH&R Recording Secretary: DH&R Orders, Decorations & Awards Mgr The Order of Military Merit Advisory Council is established by section 7 of the Constitution of the Order to consider

How we do it - Canadian Forces Housing Agency Annual Report 2018-2019

Jan 24, 2020 .... Through engagement we gather important information that helps us to evaluate our services and realign processes when needed. Our stakeholders can provide feedback through different channels including: Living Accommodation Board. DND/CAF Ombudsman. Local town halls. Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services. Military Family Resources Centres. Stars of CFHA

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