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    King Charles III

    When the switch from King George VI to Queen Elizabeth II happened in 1952 the PPCLI's cap badge did not change till 1956, so as you said not right away.
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    Naval Security Team

    It is called the SAT (Small Arms Trainer).
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    Site Administration Site upgrade, please report problems

    Might be just my computer/internet but I was having 504 Gateway errors this afternoon (29 Sep 22, 1320 hrs EST) trying to access the site.
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    "Re-Royalization", "Re-Britification" and the Heritage Transformation

    His Majesty, King Charles III has picked his new Royal Cypher. Let the theories about cap and rank badges begin :) King Charles: New royal cypher revealed
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    FORCE 2025: Informing the Army’s future structure

    Unfortunately LETE was closed down, I think the mid-1990s. We have CATEU (Canadian Army Trials and Evaluation Unit) now but I don't know if they have the same capabilities as LETE (I am not knowledgable on LETE). But I agree it should not be given to DRDC, they are best used for future...
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    OCdt Speaks at Freedom Rally

    His rank is Officer Cadet and he worked in the cadet program. For the CIC program you can be from 18 to 64 years of age. Cadet Instructor Cadre Officers - Canada.ca I can see how it can be confusing.
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    C III R Medals

    The majority of people I know have never received their CD or clasps in a reasonable time, almost all of them had been over a year wait. Part of the problem is the CAF not willing to take a risk and you can't order the medal until the day the member hits the requirements. I can understand that...
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    "Re-Royalization", "Re-Britification" and the Heritage Transformation

    The title Master Gunner is given to soldiers (NCMs) that have completed the Army Technical Warrant Officers (ATWO) course. It is run alongside the Army Technical Staff Officers (ATSO) course. The two courses are very similar but have different QS/TPs. As McG stated it has nothing to do with...
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    OCdt Speaks at Freedom Rally

    According to the Court Martial calendar OCdt Kenderesi's Court Martial is taking place today. I am curious to see how this goes. I beleive it has been quite a while since a person has been charged with mutiny.
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    New Dress Regs 🤣

    On ACIMS it has been updated, it says " Trousers bottom may be unbloused in No. 5B unless strict uniformity is required at the discretion of the commander in place. For safety reasons, unbloused trousers must hang at natural length with hook and loop/strings attached snugly at ankle height, and...
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    Sexual Misconduct Allegations in The CAF

    When I was a court-attending officer both myself and the soldier were in civilian suits and ties, I was directed to by the Adjt. Of course, it being the Brandon courthouse people thought we were both lawyers as I don't think any of the other defendants dressed for their court cases.
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    Question Regarding NCM to Officer CT

    I am not on the DWAN right now but if you look up CAO 24-20 in that document there is a link to PLAR equivalency tables that is on ACIMS (CTC G7 PLAR Equivalency Tables) and that will have the answers for you
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    Queen Elizabeth II, 1926-2022

    For the CAF here is what the dress manual says MOURNING BANDS A mourning band is an adjustable black crepe band, 9 cm wide, worn on ceremonial and service dress jackets and on the topcoat (gabardine) and raincoat, midway between the elbow and shoulder on the left sleeve. The wearer is thus...
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    Queen Elizabeth II, 1926-2022

    This is shocking news; the Queen has always been a constant in my life. Prime Ministers come and go but she has always been there. In my life I have lived under two Prime Ministers in England, Edward Heath, and Harold Wilson and in Canada 9 different PMs, Pierre Trudeau, Joe Clark, John Turner...
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