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Oct 7, 2019 ...Duty with Honour The Profession of Arms in Canada 2009 We are Canada’s Military Professionals Proud Canadians – Members of the Canadian forces Table of Contents Preface Foreword Chapter 1: Military Profession in Canada Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Evolution of the Profession of Arms Section 3: The Profession of Arms in Canada Section 4: The Attributes
Oct 7, 2019 ...Section 1: Introduction Chapter One explained military professionalism as a theoretical construct made up of four attributes—responsibility, expertise, identity and military ethos—operating within the boundaries assigned by the government. The special role of the military ethos was described as an idealized binding force or spirit. Chapter Two described
Oct 4, 2019 ...Commander of the Order of Military Merit (CMM) The official description, eligibility, criteria, and history of the Commander of the Order of Military Merit (CMM). Context The Order of Military Merit (ORMM) created in 1972 recognizes conspicuous merit and exceptional service by active members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Eligibility and criteria
Oct 4, 2019 ...Officer of the Order of Military Merit (OMM) The official description, eligibility, criteria, and history of the Officer of the Order of Military Merit (OMM). Context The Order of Military Merit (ORMM) created in 1972, recognizes conspicuous merit and exceptional service by active members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Eligibility and criteria The Officer
Oct 7, 2019 ...Section 5: Conclusion The complete definition of the profession of arms in Canada provides all members of the Canadian Forces with a common understanding of what it means to be a military professional. Understanding the nature of military professionalism, its relation to the military ethos, and the vital institutional role of the CF is crucial to combat
Oct 7, 2019 ... and expected behaviours that guide public servants in all activities related to their professional duties. Duty with Honour What it means to be a Canadian military professional and the military ethos required for operational success. Fundamentals of Canadian Defence Ethics The original discussion on the Defence Ethics Programme and how to apply its values
Oct 7, 2019 ...Chapter 3 : The Organization and Functioning of the Profession of Arms in Canada Section 1: Introduction Section 2: The Military Profession in Canada Section 3: Fundamental Imperatives and the Professional Construct Section 4: Sustaining the Profession Section 5: Conclusion
Oct 15, 2019 ...In February 2004 anti-Aristide forces began a march on Port-au-Prince, leading to the overthrow of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Oct 9, 2019 ...UNOMSIL's purpose is to monitor the military and security situation in the country as a whole.
Oct 11, 2019 ...Medals contacts Contacts to apply for a medal, replace a medal or ask a question about Canadian military medals and honours. Directorate of Honours and Recognition Contact the Directorate of Honours and Recognition to apply for a replacement or initial issue medal for retired or deceased Forces members. Medal application form For all questions about