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A place to coordinate the efforts to support our troops overseas.

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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Shipping your packages FREE - An MFRC near you

    Bagotville MFRC 3 Wing CFB Bagotville P.O. Box 280 Alouette, Québec G0V 1A0 Tel: 418-677-7468 CSN: 661-7468 Fax: 418-677-4468 Web Site: http://www.airforce.forces.gc.ca/3wing/community/mscwelcome_f.asp Email: savoie.ls@forces.gc.ca

    Started by S Urbanoski, 11th October 2007 11:49
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Supporting Our Troops and Showing a Little Pride

    For the past two years, Cadet-World has been promoting and facilitating a letter writing campaign to deployed sailors, soldiers and airmen. During this time, it is estimated that some 500 deployed Canadian Forces personnel have received some form of mail from Cadet-World members. The summer of...

    Started by Rhino Rob, 30th July 2009 07:25
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: Support Our Troops 2010-2011

    This year, more than ever, we are encouraging CW members to send letters to deployed CF Pers overseas. The staff at CW are trying hard to obtain the names and units of deployed members but we are having difficulty. Units are in rotation in Afghanistan so things are a little hectic. In the...

    Started by Rhino Rob, 4th November 2010 07:52
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  1. I improved a day in the life of a Canadian Soldier in Afghanistan.

    Per the thread in the staff forum, please let us know if you sent a package to support our guys at a remote outpost in Afghanistan. When Lt(N)Kevin Cyr receives your package, he will send word through Lt(N)Jean Cyr to make sure you know he received it. Keep in mind that there are 8 of them...

    Started by S Urbanoski, 3rd September 2007 21:22
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  2. The Fallen

    Since 2002, many Canadians have given up their lives to preserve our security and freedom. Remembrance Day is not just about the World Wars. April 18, 2002 1. 1 Pte. Nathan Smith 2. 2 Pte. Richard Green 3. Cpl Ainsworth Dyer 4. Sgt. Marc D. Leger

    Started by dmv_cadets, 2nd January 2010 07:44
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  3. Highway of Heroes

    I noticed 1 thread on this in the "International Issues" forum, but thought that it might be better in "Support Our Troops" You may have seen video's on the "Highway of Heroes" - you can search You Tube, and look at this "Remembrance Day" video on the Toronto EMS website:...

    Started by dmv_cadets, 2nd January 2010 10:16
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  4. New Information !!

    Hi everyone As the Battlegroup is moving out (and another one in) - I have been waiting for another list of names. The new Battlegroup has asked us to definitely continue our programme (one entire section ALL got a parcel at Christmas thanks to CW - kudos to all of you), however due to...

    Started by Jean Ann Cyr, 6th March 2008 12:33
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  5. Good News from the Front

    I am tired of hearing bad news, so I started this thread to post good news from our soldiers overseas.

    Started by Rhino Rob, 11th January 2009 13:56
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  6. Support Our Troops videos

    Alright, so I went on Youtube tonight and came across this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDV59_kgPVw The song is called Somebody's Son and it's by Aaron Lines (who is from Alberta). I personally found this video very touching. Has anybody else come across other touching, Support...

    Started by M. Arnott, 6th February 2008 21:48
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  7. Pictures of you and your parcels

    Hi everyone Just a reminder - make sure you list the contents of your parcel on the outside of the box somewhere - my husband got a email from the MFRC in Ottawa recently - a parcel left there for him didn't have the sender's address nor the contents listed - so MFRC could not send it along. ...

    Started by Jean Ann Cyr, 28th October 2007 10:28
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  8. Remembrance Day 2009 (Canadian)

    This is a link to the video I made for our vets and current service personal. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKBXXjxcaoQ

    Started by Mystic_Knight, 1st November 2009 17:47
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  9. Standing Strong and True - We Salute Our Heroes

    I follow way too many Canadian country music acts and as a result, found out about the release of this song "Standing Strong and True (For Tomorrow)" which is a tribute to Canada's military and I think that it is a pretty cool project. It was backed by the DND and I just had to share it here. Some...

    Started by M. Arnott, 19th October 2010 20:23
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  10. Final Combat Operation in Afghanistan finishes.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/asia-pacific/SOMNIA/article2049546/ It's weird to see this. Kinda seems like the end of an era. A whole decade, with all the alleged conspiracy theories and whatnot, I am glad we are pulling out.

    Started by Grunt, 7th June 2011 06:38
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  11. CF/DND owns Yellow Ribbon image

    PUBLICATION: The Daily Gleaner (Fredericton) PAGE: A1 DATE: 2011.08.11 BYLINE: STEPHEN LLEWELLYN llewellyn.stephen@dailygleaner.com COPYRIGHT: © 2011 The Daily Gleaner (Fredericton) ________________________________________ Armed Forces owns rights to yellow ribbon; Copyright | Image...

    Started by GWP, 11th August 2011 12:57
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  12. Canada's Wonderland Canadian Forces tribute

    I just found this on their site, please forward it to any CF members you know! http://www.canadaswonderland.com/events/event_detail.cfm?event_id=720&ec_id=12 Saluting the Canadian Forces July 1 - 3 Canada's Wonderland is pleased to announce a special offer for Canadian Forces...

    Started by Zett Vampyre, 27th June 2011 06:10
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  13. Awaiting Replies?

    I have noticed for the past couple of weeks that some of you have been wondering about the lack of replies. I took the liberty, of the past couple of weeks, to ask some of the soldiers that I have been in contact with. Some soldiers that I have been in contact with are friends. One, and I found...

    Started by Rhino Rob, 24th January 2008 18:16
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  14. Appropriate Time to put a Flag at Half Staff?

    I was wondering on the proper times on when to put a flag at half staff. This past weekend a soldier, Cpl. Darren Fitzpatrick, passed away. He was born and raised in the city I live in. Today, me and a few fellow cadets noticed that our school's Canadian flag and a few other flags around town...

    Started by M Webber, 24th March 2010 21:59
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  15. The Trews release Highway of Heroes song for Canadian Hero Fund

    The Canadian band The Trews have released a song entitled "Highway of Heroes" to benefit the Canadian Hero Fund. The lead singer John-Angus MacDonald's mother was a teacher of Capt Nichola Goddard MSM, a Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan in 2006. Her story and the images of Canada's fallen...

    Started by J-P Johnson, 28th May 2010 03:44
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  16. 4 low, 4 high, 4 low

    It was meant to be a time of pride and remembering our history. However, as the Navy celebrated its 100th anniversary, it became a day of sombre remembrance; the Canadian Navy had just suffered its first combat related death in the War in Afghanistan...a brave man whos task was to stop others from...

    Started by Bando Commando, 6th May 2010 20:33
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    13th April 2012 19:02 Go to last post
  17. Making a Difference, One Person at a Time

    So in all the ways that you can support troops, how are you? I am going to make some maple leaves in a minute or two, make them all decorated then go get some stamps and send them out. I just sent out a PM or two, I want to adopt five soldiers to write to (and no, this is not for the benifit...

    Started by Barbie, 4th November 2007 12:48
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    15th December 2008 01:58 Go to last post
  18. Maple Leafs for the Troops

    Ok. So heres the deal. Im starting a "Maple Leafs for the Troops" campaign. You see... My goal is to get as many cadets from across Canada to make one and send them here so they can be sent to the troops in Afghanistan. This will include Sea, Army, and Air. Right now I am just trying to work out...

    Started by Fraser_Blue04, 31st August 2007 12:25
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  19. Dear Sailors, I'm sorry.................

    Thanks to an outstanding naval officer in Pac, I was able to arrange a tour of HMCS CHARLOTTETOWN for an Army Cadet Corps. This trip was a little special for the Corps and I, as we had, last Christmas, sent a SOT banner to the same ship while it was in the Persian Gulf. It happened, by chance,...

    Started by Rhino Rob, 2nd October 2008 13:53
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  20. HMCS Winnipeg set to deploy this week

    Mary Ellen Green Staff writer February 2, 2009 Shelley Lipke Lookout Even though HMCS Winnipeg is set to deploy this week for a unique six-month deployment with Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) in the Indian Ocean, crew training is still underway. “The training is never over....

    Started by Geotech, 4th February 2009 07:55
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    19th April 2009 10:55 Go to last post

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