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    What is a CANCDTGEN?

    Canadian Cadets General Order. These are messages issued by the Director Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers or the Director General Reserves and Cadets, messages meant to be read by the entire CCO. It could contain notification of a change in orders or policies, direction to do (or not do) a certain thing, acknowledgement of a notable event, etc.

    Is that like a CANFORGEN?

    A CANFORGEN is a Canadian Forces General Order. This system is what the CANCDTGEN was modelled after.

    Who do CANCDTGENs apply to?

    Unless otherwise indicated, the messages, policies or instructions in a CANCDTGEN apply to all personnel within or working with the Canadian Cadet Organizations (CCO):

    - COATS Members / Cadet Instructor Cadre Officers
    - Civilian Instructors and Civilian Volunteers
    - Regular Force, Primary Reserve Volunteers, and Canadian Rangers volunteering with Cadet units or training centres
    - Sea, Army and Air Cadets
    - Junior Canadian Rangers

    Where Do I Find CANCDTGENs?

    These can be found on the CCO Extranet Portal:

    You will be required to create a username and password to access the portal. Officers and CI's with a CCO Network account may access the portal using their account.

    To help make them easier for Cadets to find and reference, CadetWorld will post copies of the CANCDTGENs in this thread. Remember that the Official version is located on the Portal and should always be used as the primary reference.

    This thread will be locked to prevent other comments. If you have a question about any CANCDTGEN, please start a discussion in the Cadet Chat forum.
    Last edited by Lt(N) Deck; 29th November 2014 at 10:23.
    Kevin C. Deck cd1
    RCSCC GRILSE canada bc

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    CANCDTGEN 001/13 D Cdts & JCR 23 Sept 2013

    CANCDTGEN 001/13 D Cdts & JCR 23 Sept 2013

    Encouraging and Enabling more Optional Physical Activities

    It is with great pleasure that I announce a significant change to CATO 17-34, Local Support Allocation – Cadet Corps/Sqn. Effective immediately, cadets corps/sqn are entitled to an additional $30 per cadet to encourage and enable more optional physical activities.

    Details are provided in the updated CATO and will be posted in the file repository at the following extranet address: Once in the file repository, click on the "National - nationale" link, then the "CATO-OAIC" link.

    This is one of the VCDS Quick Wins for Renewal which is intended to target the cadet program aim to promote physical fitness while relieving the local corps/sqn sponsoring committees of some of the financial burden associated with supporting optional physical activities for cadets.

    It is also a clear indication of the commitment to redirect program funds to the corps/sqn level, which will help mitigate some of the top impediments to conducting training identified by corps/sqn, including the lack of equipment / training aids, lace of access to facilities, and lack of staff / instructors.

    Although this updated policy is being implemented part way through FY 13-14, D Cdts & JCR will ensure that the full allocation of the additional $30 per cadet is added to LSA entitlement for each cadet corps/sqn and funds devolved to the RCSUs as part of the current mid-year review (MYR) / business planning (BP) process. However, RCSUs and corps/sqn CO’s must ensure to do their best to expend 100% of this additional allocation before 31 Mar 14. Funding for the LSA will proceed according to the CATO starting in FY 14/15.

    I urge all cadet corps/sqn to take full advantage of this additional financial support to encourage and enable more optional physical activities and share your stories with others including regional and national PAO staff ( of what you were able to do with this extra funding.

    I wish you all the best as you start this new training year.


    Date modified: 2013-11-25

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    Cancdtgen 002/13 dgrc 25 nov 2013

    CANCDTGEN 002/13 DGRC 25 NOV 2013

    Updated CATO 13-02 Merit-based Cadet Rank Promotions - Corps / Squadron

    After months of coordination and many revisions, we have arrived at a point of general agreement on Cadet Promotions. I have therefore approved CATO 13-02 effective 19 Nov 13. CATO 13-02, Merit-based Cadet Rank Promotions – Corps / Squadron, is now posted in the file repository at the following extranet address: To access the file once in the file repository, click on the "National - nationale" link, then the "CATO-OAIC" link.

    The following key improvements have been made based on stakeholder feedback over the past two years which has resulted in a more policy-focused CATO:

    The CATO clarifies and emphasizes the fact that cadet rank promotions are based on merit—they are not automatic. It also reinforces that the corps / squadron CO is the authority for all cadet rank promotions.

    Cadet rank promotions are linked to the Leadership Team Model and to leadership performance. Cadets must attain a minimum of "completed without difficulty in POs 303, 403, and 503 (Leadership) to be promoted to the ranks of PO2/Sgt/Sgt, PO1/WO/FSgt, and CPO2/MWO/WO2, respectively.

    Additional leadership attributes that Div O / Pl Comd / Flt Comd (corps/sqn) need to consider when recommending whether or not a cadet should be promoted have been added.

    The importance of physical fitness in the Cadet Program has been highlighted by emphasizing the requirement of cadets to participate in the Cadet Fitness Assessment as part of PO X04 (Personal Fitness & Healthy Living).

    Direction as to the steps COs must take when a cadet does not yet merit rank promotion has been added.

    Maximum vacancies will continue to be limited to one for the rank of CPO1/CWO/WO1, but have been removed for the rank of CPO2/MWO/WO2 so that COs may promote all cadets who merit promotion to this rank level. Promotions to both of these rank levels will still require the cadet to be identified as a successful candidate through the merit review board process.

    The CATO has been simplified by focusing on establishing clear policy and removing procedural guidance. Sample tools and best practices, such as checklists, will be available in the File Repository Toolbox at for consideration by corps / squadron COs in their application of this policy. Corps / squadrons are encouraged to share their best practices, including sending them to

    Exceptions to policy, such as a requirement to promote a cadet to an acting rank or a requirement to promote more than one cadet to the rank of CPO1/CWO/WO1, are under the authority of the RCSU CO.

    I am fully aware of the importance of this particular policy and the passion stakeholders have for this aspect of the Cadet Program. Although there were some contentious and conflicting viewpoints, I am confident that these updates emphasize the merit-based and leadership focused attributes that all agree were needed. The end result is a policy that, when applied correctly at the corps / squadrons, will ensure cadet promotions are fair, transparent, merit-based and a key part of recognizing the leadership abilities of cadets.

    I would like to thank all stakeholders who have helped shape this updated policy and the Cadet Program Development staff at D Cdts & JCR for their efforts along the way to ensure these key improvements were achieved.

    Date modified: 2013-12-13

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    CANCDTGEN 003/13 D Cdts & JCR 4 December 2013

    CANCDTGEN 003/13 D Cdts & JCR 4 December 2013

    Update on Cadet Clothing Program – Cadet Uniforms

    Cadet clothing represents a portion of the larger Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) uniform contract that must meet the needs of not only the Canadian Cadet Organizations (CCO) but all CAF personnel.

    As part of the in-year budget reductions for Fiscal Year (FY) 13-14 for DND/ CAF, we were informed that for FY 13/14, our share of the reduction would be $2M.

    To ensure an even distribution of the available clothing remaining, the distribution of clothing had been temporarily frozen to enable time to analyse existing stock, identify those Cadets who have uniforms and then continue with a limited distribution of only one uniform per Cadet.

    We are fully aware that wearing a cadet uniform comes with an immense feeling of pride and belonging for Cadets. My current priority is to provide all Cadets a minimum of one complete uniform to wear, be it Distinctive Environmental Uniforms (DEU), Field Training Uniforms (FTU) or Sea Training Uniforms (STU) while participating in regular training nights at their local Cadet Corps and Squadrons.

    To achieve that goal, effective immediately, the following mitigation efforts will now occur:

    all Unit clothing accounts with Logistik Unicorp will be activated and made available with limited FY 13/14 funds that have been apportioned to the Regional Cadet Support Unit (RCSU) Commanding Officers (COs).

    RCSU COs have been directed to prioritize allocation in an equitable fashion to Cadet Corps/Squadron Commanding Officers.

    Once every Cadet has a uniform, RCSU COs have been directed to stop spending and inform us so that we can redistribute as necessary. This will also ensure that resources are available for any new Cadets that may join the program between now and end March 2014.

    For all new Cadets without uniforms, I have directed that the following occur:

    Outer wear clothing such as the parka must not be ordered as this will quickly deplete the available money due to the cost of this single item. Regrettably you will have to wear your personal parka over your uniform if the weather conditions warrant it.

    All Sea Cadets and Air Cadets be issued and wear only the DEU order of dress, so that they have a uniform that they can wear for drill nights and out in public (albeit inside for the winter).

    c. For activities that require another type of uniforms please be flexible and permit the wearing of STU (if already in their possession), civilian attire or obtain clothes from CSTC warehouse stock temporarily.

    All Army Cadets be issued and wear only the new FTU order of dress, units can decide to have mixed orders of dress but all Army Cadets will receive this uniform so uniformity is possible, for those on initial issue with only FTU a beret and a badge can also be ordered with the FTU.

    When C3 funding for FY 13/14 is fully expended, DEU/FTU/STU stock on hand at CSTCs/corps/squadrons, should be temporarily issued to those Cadets who do not have a uniform.

    Recovery of uniforms is also a solution. Every effort should be made to collect uniforms that are no longer being used. All Cadet Corps/Squadron COs are strongly encouraged to provide spare kit to those who need it.

    I also urge all Cadets to dig into their closets for uniforms that they no longer wear and to seek out those uniform pieces that friends no longer with the program may have. I am certain that our Senior Cadets across the country can lead by example and can rise to the occasion.

    It is also important to note that there is no impact to the initial kitting of the Army Cadet FTU. Funding for these items was already committed to be spent within this fiscal year; Army Cadet Corps are encouraged to continue to procure and use this item.The army FTU is in fact a part of the solution to ensure that all Army Cadets have a uniform.

    Moving forward, the reality is that funding for cadet clothing is not unlimited and we all have to work together to ensure that cadets are supported to the greatest extent possible.

    I ask all leaders in the whole Cadet Program to step up their leadership and maintain a positive approach that does not make an issue of uniform shortages but rather focuses upon the continuation of the program to the best of our ability.

    We are all on the same team and I am confident that our flexibility and ingenuity will be the keys to success.

    I thank you for your continued support and understanding. Together, I am confident that we can achieve success and see to it that every Cadet has a minimum of one uniform to wear.

    15. SENDER: D CDTS & JCR

    Date modified: 2014-06-02

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    CANCDTGEN 001/14 D Cdts & JCR 2 June 2014

    CANCDTGEN 001/14 D Cdts & JCR 2 June 2014

    Migration from Cadetnet to MS Outlook 2010

    For the past 15 years, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) have relied on CadetNet as the electronic communication and collaboration tool to link cadet corps/squadron staff with that of RCSUs, detachments, CSTCs and the Directorate of Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers (D Cdts & JCR). The introduction of this multi-purpose tool has allowed the CAF to modernize the administration of the Canadian Cadet Organizations (CCO) with the widespread use of email, bulletin boards (conferences/forums) and electronic forms, to name a few. What was then cutting-edge software has become outdated and no longer meets CAF and user requirements and expectations. To correct this situation, the Information Management Group at National Defence Headquarters will be replacing CadetNet with Microsoft Outlook 2010 over the next few months.

    With this tool, users will gain access to a modern, versatile and reliable software application to manage email, contacts, calendar events and tasks directly from the CCO Network (CCO Net). Users will be able to access Outlook from a CCO Net computer directly or from a personal, public or Defence Wide Area Network (DWAN) computer through the CCO Net Web Access.

    Given the large number of CadetNet users, it will be necessary to conduct the migration in two phases as follows:

    CSTC Staff Phase. In June 2014, users selected to serve at a CSTC, including RCSU staff with an immediate requirement, will be migrated first in order to ensure that internal CSTC communications are conducted using the same software application; and

    Cadet Corps/Squadron Staff Phase. Remaining CadetNet users will be migrated early in the new training year.

    Note. Regional IT Service Desks, in consultation with their RCSU, may choose to migrate cadet corps/squadron staff earlier, based upon availability and resources to do this in an efficient and effective manner.

    Identifying which users are to be migrated in either phase is an RCSU’s responsibility. This information must be provided to the CCO Network Operations Centre in Winnipeg as quickly as possible. Detailed instructions to that effect will be forwarded under separate correspondence.

    Shortly before they are migrated to Outlook, users will receive an email at their CadetNet address advising them of this upcoming change. They will also receive an email once they have been migrated. From that moment on, users must only use Outlook since some emails will no longer be delivered to CadetNet. Except for incoming email received since early May 2014, nothing else from CadetNet (outgoing email, calendar events, documents posted in conferences/forums, etc.) will have been automatically migrated. As a result, users may wish/need to save these before the migration. Instructions to that effect can be found on the CCO Extranet at

    With regards to individual user email addresses (e.g. and generic cadet corps and squadrons email addresses (e.g., these will remain unchanged with one exception. Instead of being assigned to a single user (the CO), email sent/received to the generic address will be accessible by all Cadet Corps/Squadron staff. As for positional email addresses (e.g., these will be discontinued.

    For those CadetNet users unfamiliar with Outlook, easy to understand quick reference guides are available on the CCO Extranet at

    In addition to getting Outlook, cadet corps/squadrons, RCSUs, CSTCs and D Cdts & JCR will each be provided with disk space on CCO Net servers in the form of unit-specific network drives. This will provide units with a new location in which to save/post electronic documents currently found in CadetNet conferences/forums. CCO Net users will all have access to the national-level drive, their home RCSU’s drive and their unit’s drive. In addition, users serving at a CSTC will be provided access to that unit’s drive for the duration of their period of service.

    As for electronic forms and applications currently found in CadetNet, these will be analysed and, if applicable, converted and placed on the CCO’s Intranet or Extranet in the near future. Work to that effect has already started and should lead to the definition of a global strategy on the integrated management of computer processes, electronic information and internal communications.

    It is critical that all users pay close attention to these changes as they take place over the next few months. A great number of processes incorporate the use of CadetNet and its retirement, if not prepared correctly, could cause some disruptions. It is important that CCO operations not be negatively affected as a result of these changes. We should also use this opportunity to revisit what we do and how we do it. These new tools, if used efficiently, can provide great advantages and help us bring the CCO into the 21st century. I expect everyone in the CCO Chain of Command to give this initiative the highest priority and support, so that we can complete this transition in minimum time and with minimum disruption.

    For more information about the migration from CadetNet to Outlook, an information document is available on the CCO Extranet at CadetNet users may also contact their regional IT Service Desk for clarification or if they encounter any technical problems.

    Date modified: 2014-06-02

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    CANCDTGEN 002/14 D Cdts & JCR 8 July 2014

    CANCDTGEN 002/14 D Cdts & JCR 8 July 2014

    Completion of Cadet Program Initiatives / Projects


    ​​​B. ​CADET POPULATION GROWTH AWARDS, 1085-23-1 (D Cdts & JCR 7-2) dated 7 May 2014

    As directed at Reference A, Objective 4.2 - Cadet Population Growth Initiative (CPGI), the Cadet Instructors Cadre Military Employment Structure Change Management Project (CIC MES CMP) and the Cadet Program Update (CPU) initiatives have been closed and their outstanding issues captured within renewal. As a result, the terms “CPGI”, “CIC MES CMP” and “CPU” will no longer be used, except in a historic context.

    Reference B represents the last Cadet Population Growth Awards given under CPGI. Initiatives to facilitate future growth of the Cadet Program will be managed under Renewal Objective 4.3 - Grow the Cadet and JCR Programs. During the three and a half years of the CPGI there has been an overall cadet population increase of 8.2% resulting in an additional 4,075 cadets who are experiencing our amazing program.

    The CIC MES CMP was a long-term project that updated CIC training and administration. As a result, Chief of Military Personnel is now the occupational authority, with D Cdts & JCR as the occupational advisor and the designated training authority for the CIC Occupation. As it has now reached steady state, the CIC occupation will continue to be maintained and updated through the normal CAF process (CFITES) managed by the CIC Training Section within D Cdts &JCR.

    The CPU was a significant effort over many years to modernize the Cadet Programs. As with the CIC MES CMP, the cadet program has reached steady state and will continue to be kept up to date through the continuous improvement process managed by the Cadet Program Development and the Evaluation and Validation Sub-Sections within D Cdts & JCR.

    These major undertakings carried out over long periods have contributed significantly to advancing larger strategic change and have helped improve many facets of the Cadet Program and CIC training. The work was carried out by numerous national, regional and local staffs and representatives of the three Leagues. All are congratulated for their tremendous efforts and their time and talents, and for helping lead change within the Canadian Cadet Movement.

    Date modified: 2014-07-08

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    CANCDTGEN 002/14 D Cdts & JCR 21 July 2014

    CANCDTGEN 002/14 D Cdts & JCR 21 July 2014

    Update on Water Safety Orders

    Refs: A. A-CR-CCP-030/PT-001 (Water Safety Orders)
    ​​​B. ​email Col Namiesniowski, Wed 2014-07-16 09:12

    Water Safety Orders, ref A, are currently undergoing review. Policies regarding Personal Floatation Devices (PFD) and helmets have changed and the guidance below has been disseminated to RCSU COs, ref B, for immediate implementation by all Corps/Sqns and CSTCs.

    Cadets may, at their own expense, provide and use their own PFD subject to the approval of the Water Safety Officer (WSO)/Officer In Command (OIC). The PFD / lifejacket must be Transport Canada approved. The WSO will ensure that the PFD is of solid construction or inflatable, in good repair and not modified, and the proper size and fit for the individual.

    Inflatable PFDs, in accordance with Transport Canada, may only be worn by persons 16 years of age and older, who weigh more than 36.33 kg (80 lbs).

    Wearing of PFDs:

    cadets under dinghy sail training must wear a solid construction (inherently buoyant) PFD;

    instructors (staff cadets and adult staff) while delivering dinghy sail training must wear a solid construction (inherently buoyant) PFD;

    cadets undergoing whaler training must wear a solid construction (inherently buoyant) PFD;

    cadets in canoes and kayaks must wear a solid construction (inherently buoyant) PFD; and

    cadets and staff (staff cadets and adult staff) may wear an inflatable PFD during on-water activities unless as indicated in sub-paragraph a-d above.

    While on the water, the PFD shall not be removed to add or remove clothing. When additional equipment such as raingear, windbreaker, survival suit, rash guard etc. is required, it may be placed over the top of the PFD.

    A helmet is required for all cadets participating in dinghy sail training until they have successfully achieved Sail Canada CANSail Level 1.

    Chapter 5, paragraph 39(a)(1) of reference, has been amended to read “a regionally approved white water helmet is mandatory for canoeists and kayakers operating on Class II and above moving water.”

    Date modified: 2014-07-21

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    CANCDTGEN 004/14 D Cdts & JCR 19 Sept 2014

    CANCDTGEN 004/14 D Cdts & JCR 19 Sept 2014

    Cadet Program Feedback and Comments

    The Canadian Cadet Organizations (CCO) values feedback from all stakeholders, especially cadets. Various opportunities, venues and forums for soliciting program feedback continue to be explored by the CCO including: online discussions, town halls, small group visits, informal and formal gatherings at summer training centres, corps and squadron visits, etc. in addition to engagement through local and regional chains of command.

    In view of recent social media activity and cadets providing feedback through means other than those traditionally used, the following recommended avenues for communicating with the CCO will ensure that feedback, questions or concerns are received and can be addressed effectively:

    Provide feedback, questions or concerns to the adult staff at local Cadet Corps or Squadrons. These matters can be communicated in person, via e-mail or via telephone to an adult member of the Corps or Squadron staff. It may take time to receive a response to messages or e-mails as cadet instructors work part-time at their unit but this is the best place to initiate discussion;

    In the event that a matter has not been resolved or validated at the local level, it may be raised to the applicable Regional Cadet Support Unit (RCSU). Contact information for each RCSU (by province) can be found on the “Contact us” page at ; and

    If a satisfactory response has not been provided by the local or regional levels, or if the matter warrants the attention of national staff, the Director Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers can be contacted via the “Questions or feedback” page at

    Social media can be very effective in reaching those who can influence and make changes and facilitate a response or an opportunity for further discussion and the CCO has a growing presence on social media that can also be used to provide feedback or address questions or concerns. A list of CCO social media channels is available on the “Stay connected” page at​.

    Cadets, parents, and community stakeholders are encouraged to provide feedback in any venue they choose appropriate. However, communicating directly with the CCO will ensure these matters are brought to the attention of those who can provide responses and acknowledge comments as well as influence or make changes to the program.

    Date modified: 2014-09-19

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    CANCDTGEN 005/14 D Cdts & JCR 08 Oct 2014

    CANCDTGEN 005/14 D Cdts & JCR 08 Oct 2014

    Role of the Canadian Forces Liaison Council (CFLC) - How Reserve Force (COATS) Members Take Advantage of CFLC

    The mission of the Canadian Forces Liaison Council (CFLC) is to encourage organization leaders (civilian employers) to voluntary grant, without penalty, a leave absence to reservists for training and operations. The mandate of CFLC is to enhance the availability of Reservists for the purpose of executing their military duties by obtaining the support and co-operation of the organization leaders of Canada. Specifically CFLC seeks and obtains employer support, recognizes supportive employers, assists in resolution of conflicts and helps reservists in nurturing relationships with their employers.

    The CFLC program includes:

    Executrek: employers are invited to observe significant Reserve training events;

    Reserve Assistance Program (RAP): prevent/resolve reservist-employer conflicts;

    Reserve Unit Assistance Program (RUAP): the RCSU COATS representative on CFLC; Employer Support programs provides assistance and resources to secure availability of reservists to complete their military duties; and

    Awards and Recognition: Thank you letter from unit; CFLC certificate of recognition; Provincial Awards (every 2 years); National Awards (every 2 years).

    Online tools and resources are available on the CFLC website at

    Each RCSU has a COATS representative for CFLC Employer Support programs. The COATS CFLC rep understands all the resources available to COATS members from CFLC. Should you require any assistance requesting time for military duties from your employer or would like to recognize your employer or school for the support they have provided you, please contact your representative.

    ​​​Atlantic: Capt Ella MacDonald

    Eastern: SLt Mathieu Vigneault

    Central: Lt(N) Chris Abram

    Northwest: Capt. Alan Cann

    Pacific: Capt Isabelle Malczynski

    Date modified: 2014-10-10
    Last edited by Lt(N) Deck; 29th November 2014 at 08:37.

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    CANCDTGEN 001/15 D Cdts & JCR 29 Jan 2015

    Directive on Authorized Process When Requesting Rifles, Rifle Replacement Parts, or Returning Rifles to CAF Supply Depots

    This Directive is effective immediately. The intent of this document is to provide guidance to RCSUs and their units concerning the authorized process to be used when requesting CCO rifles, rifle replacement parts or returning rifles to CAF supply depots before initiating submissions through Defence Resource Management Information System (DRMIS).

    In order to streamline the current rifle ordering process, the following steps are now required prior to initiating a DRMIS requisition:

    RCSUs will identify one single point of contact to be in charge of this process and will forward his/her name to all their units (Corps, Sqns, Dets, CTCs, etc.) and to D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2. CCO units shall submit all rifle demands through their RCSU OPI for approval. Only after RCSU approval is received that CCO units will enter or forward their requests to local support Bases/Wings for requisitioning through DRMIS. As there is no DRMIS requisition to be done when ordering rifle parts, all these requests will be forwarded to the RCSU OPI first for onward staffing to D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2 for approbation;

    RCSU OPI will validate all requests and make adjustments as required;

    RCSU OPI will then forward requests to D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2. Once approved, D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2 will advise the RCSU OPI to submit the DRMIS demand via proper channel ensuring that the D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2 approval is entered on all DRMIS requisitions.

    Once the demand have been inserted in DRMIS, the DRMIS "Demand Requisition Number" need to be forward back from the requesting CCO unit to D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2 via the RCSU OPI for onward staffing to DSSPM 4-5-4. It is important that this step be followed as no DRIMS rifle demands will be actioned by DSSPM 4-5-4 unless validated by D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2 first. Same principle applies when requesting rifle parts as the Connaught Range will not provide any rifle parts unless the request was properly channeled via the RCSU OPI to D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2 for approval.

    Any questions or concerns with subject process can be addressed to D Cdts & JCR 2-4-2.

    Kevin C. Deck cd1
    RCSCC GRILSE canada bc

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