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Military ranks

Nov 13, 2019 ...Ranks and insignias of the Navy, Army and Air Force.

Operation HONOUR training and awareness videos

Nov 28, 2019 ...Video products for use in Operation HONOUR-related training and awareness activities.

Dress instructions | Appendix 1, Annex C Occupation symbols

Nov 13, 2019 ...Dress instructions | Appendix 1, Annex C Occupation symbols Symbols are common for all members of a military occupation, but are used in the appropriate environmental badge pattern. See Figure 3C1-1. Navy badges are either issued in interchangeable pairs or with left and right versions. The latter are listed below, with directions for wear: W Eng Tech 00366

Drill and Ceremonial Manual

Nov 15, 2019 ...: the edition of 15 June 2006 ; and corresponding Canadian Forces Administrative Orders dealing with military honours and gun salutes. These will be cancelled by a separate message once distribution of this manual is complete. Suggestions for changes shall be forwarded through normal channels to National Defence Headquarters, Attention – Director History and Heritage

Heritage Structure | Section 4 – Roles and responsibilities

Nov 13, 2019 ... Staff, approves requests for new badges or changes to existing one and ensures regulations pertaining to their use are known and followed. Specifically, the Inspector of CAF Colours and Badges: reviews applications for all types of badges for entitlement and adherence to military traditions, customs and practices; forwards the applications, with appropriate

Heritage Structure | Section 4 – Flag/general officer plates

Nov 13, 2019 ...Heritage Structure | Section 4 – Flag/general officer plates Table of contents Section 4 – Flag/general officer plates (14-4-1) Car Plates (14-4-1) Aircraft Plates (14-4-1) Provision (14-4-2) CAR PLATES When officers of flag/general rank, including foreign officers, are travelling by staff car or other military vehicle in their official capacity

Heritage Structure | Section 8 – Badge creation process

Nov 13, 2019 ... badges follow traditional practices, principally those of military, heraldic and historic custom. The Canadian Heraldic Authority applies the following principles in the design of badges: Each element is chosen for its significance to the unit. The herald assigned the task to develop a badge guides the organization in choosing appropriate and meaningful themes

The Department of National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces Data Strategy

Dec 3, 2019 ...Data are critical assets to modern organizations. Organizations that recognize the value of their data are better able to understand and engage with their stakeholders, generate insights that lead to the identification of opportunities, and improve their performance.

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