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Developing a Pre-selection Training Programme for SOF

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The Development of a Preselection Physical Fitness Training Program for Canadian Special Operations Regiment Applicants.

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Special Operations Forces (SOF) soldiers must undergo a rigorous selection process that requires high levels of physical fitness and stamina to complete. 255 more words

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Windsor memorial to Afghanistan mission casualties nears completion

The City of Windsor’s monument to Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan is nearing completion.

The base and plaza for the memorial have already been installed in the central walkway of… 238 more words

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Military committee to come to a verdict on sexual assault case

Is former Corporal Stephanie Raymond a victim of the sexual urges of a superior or a manipulator attempting to save face?

A committee of five military staffers will have have to decide just that after finals arguments were heard in the high-profile case Tuesday. 389 more words

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Quebec soldier denies sexually assaulting female subordinate

QUEBEC – A Canadian soldier accused of sexually assaulting one of his subordinates says he did not attack her and that she’s the one who took the initiative. 428 more words

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'The invisible pain’: Veterans march across Canada to raise PTSD awareness

OTTAWA – The nightmares started soon after Jason McKenzie returned from Yugoslavia.

He replayed the feeling of the armoured personnel carrier he was travelling in with 13 other soldiers sinking into a muddy river, swept up under a blown-up bridge, as he struggled to get out. 888 more words

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Witness set to testify in sexual assault court martial in Quebec

QUEBEC — The alleged victim is set to testify Tuesday at a court martial for a Canadian soldier charged with sexual assault.

As the proceeding opened in Quebec City yesterday, warrant officer Andre Gagnon pleaded not guilty. 94 more words

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Canadian soldier pleads not guilty at court martial to sexual assault

QUEBEC — A Canadian soldier facing a military tribunal for an alleged sexual assault has pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Warrant officer Andre Gagnon entered the plea at the opening of a court martial that began today in Quebec City. 47 more words

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