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  • Stem cell treatment needed to fight the good fight
    par Lookout le 14/04/2021 à 6:19

    LCol Laura Laycock–– It was Oct. 7, 2019, and life was not just good, it was amazing. My career in the Royal Canadian Air Force was going great. I loved my job and was getting promoted. Throughout my Canadian Armed Forces career of over 20 years, I had represented Canada around the […]

  • Thinking about culture at the ship level – introducing the Command Cultural Advisor
    par Lookout le 14/04/2021 à 6:02

    Capt Jeff KlassenPublic Affairs Officer–– Meet Lieutenant (Navy) Blythe McWilliam, the Royal Canadian Navy’s first, and currently only, Command Cultural Advisor. This is a new position created by HMCS Regina’s command team as a way of addressing cultural issues on ship. An […]

  • Charting a road to recovery through Motorsport
    par Lookout le 14/04/2021 à 3:23

    Peter MallettStaff Writer–– Excite, engage, and empower, that is the triple “E” formula of Operation Motorsport, a revved-up not-for-profit that helps ill, injured, and wounded military members and disabled veterans in their recovery. There are two separate not-for-profits, […]

  • A Naval Warfare Officer’s last step before the fleet
    par Lookout le 12/04/2021 à 10:51

    A/SLt Ty Pellerin Base PA Office–– Being on the bridge of a warship as a Naval Warfare Officer (NWO) can, at times, be the most stressful job in the Royal Canadian Navy. Situations a NWO could find themselves in range from emergency actions for a person overboard, to receiving a […]

  • Volume 66, Issue 14, April 12, 2021
    par Lookout le 12/04/2021 à 8:27

    Click issue cover to download the PDF The post Volume 66, Issue 14, April 12, 2021 appeared first on Pacific Navy News.

  • Invitation to participate in the inaugural Victory March
    par Lookout le 10/04/2021 à 2:00

    This year would have been Canada’s 69th year of providing a marching contingent in the annual International Four Days Marches Nijmegen. However, as our Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Joint Task Force (JTF) Nijmegen members were preparing to participate in the 104th edition of […]

  • LEGO Labrador: Boys build homage to SAR-Tech dad’s RCAF career
    par Lookout le 09/04/2021 à 6:00

    Sara WhiteAurora Newspaper–– The CH-113 Labrador has a special corner of Master Warrant Officer (retired) Dan Pasieka’s heart. It was used by the Royal Canadian Air Force as its search and rescue helicopter for 41 years before being replaced by the CH-149 Cormorant. But the LEGO […]

  • New ships mean improvements in quality of life at sea
    par Lookout le 09/04/2021 à 2:00

    DND/CAF–– Have you ever wondered what life at sea is like aboard the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) newest ship? Equipped with the latest in cutting edge technology, soon-to-be commissioned Harry DeWolf, the first of six Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships, is not only a […]

  • Sailor not deterred by rare disease
    par Lookout le 07/04/2021 à 6:00

    Peter MallettStaff Writer–– An instructor from Naval Fleet School Pacific is going public about her rare medical condition in hopes of breaking the stigma for others in the same boat. PO2 Jennifer Lawrence, 33, has been living with a rare and incurable auto-immune disease known as […]

  • HMCS Calgary sailors learn Vietnamese while deployed in Asia
    par Lookout le 07/04/2021 à 2:00

    Capt Jeff KlassenHMCS Calgary PAO–– Two HMCS Calgary sailors, both with Vietnamese heritage, have remarkably similar stories and were excited for the fuel stop in Cam Ranh International Port, Vietnam, even though they couldn’t step foot on land because of COVID-19. Marine […]

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