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Myself

Page history last edited by Dan Fraser 6 years, 3 months ago

Me 1996 as a Lieutenant of Field Artillery conducting a small arms range practice.

 

My house in (in order) 2007, Xmas 2007, Summer 2008, Winter 2008

 

 

Who is the Canuck Commander?

 

Canadian, of course.  I have 27 years of service in HM Canadian Armed Forces.  I joined Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (originally a British Imperial Regiment in 1914-15) in 1981.  I served in the infantry as a rifleman, LAR gunner, IFV turret gunner (AVGP), Section 2IC and Section Commander.  I later commissioned into the Royal Canadian Artillery and served as a Troop Commander (both Technical and Gun Troops), Battery Recce Officer, Command Post Officer, Assistant Adjutant and Regimental Adjutant of 3rd ( The Loyal Company) Field Regiment, RCA.  I have also served as an aid to a LtGen for a while.  For the past 11 years, I flipped between staff officer appointments in the Combat Training Centre Headquarters and am currently the Formation Information Systems Security Officer.  I have a degrees Business Adminstration (minor in Art History) and Arts (Economic Antropology with a minor in Economics).  I am certified A+ and Server 2000 Administrator and, oddly enough, am a certified small engine mechanic.  I am a graduate of the Canadian Army Staff College and the Militia Area Staff School.

 

Here I am in 1981, a fresh new infantrymen with my collar dogs on backward:

 

 

It is now 2015 and I am retired to a farm in the country.  I hunt, fish, cut bush and herd cats.  Got 120 acres of forest to bush craft in as well.  Not much war gaming going on anymore 

 

 

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