“Bridge to Infinity” won first place in the Architecture category

CAF Photographer (Advanced) of the Year:

21276 LCol Scott Murphy (photo right)
On 19 November 2014, the winners of the Canadian Armed Forces Photography Contest gathered for a formal awards ceremony to celebrate the year’s most outstanding images.
Photographer of the Year – Advanced was awarded to LCol Scott Murphy, Commanding Officer of 413 Transport and Rescue Squadron at 14 Wing Greenwood.

“Forlorn” won first place in the People category, both in the advanced classification. The points that these category wins earned resulted in Scott being awarded as the overall Photographer of Year – quite an honour within the community. Congratulation!

Q&A with Scott Murphy – Here


Soldier killed in Petawawa accident ‘proud’ to wear uniform

“There are just no words to describe a loss as tragic as this,” Harding said. “He was a talented soldier and technician, who joined to serve our country and he was exceptionally proud of what he did.”

19350 LCol Cara Harding  Article


The Canadian Army successfully tests Excalibur “smart” artillery round that is unmatched for precision, range and accuracy

Senior Army staff from across Canada attended the trial, including the Colonel Commandant of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery,  Brigadier-General (Retired) James Selbie, who described this trial as “a momentous occasion in Canadian artillery history.”

11958 Brigadier-General (Retired) James Selbie  Article


Three top stock picks from Donville Kent’s Jason Donville

15622 Jason Donville is president and CEO of Donville Kent Asset Management. His focus is on growth and financial stocks.



Veterans outraged

Short video Here  – Three Ex Cadets: 15488 Sean Bruyea; 14344 Bruce Poulin; & 19894 Erin O’Toole


Bringing great ideas to the world

“Universities are in the business of research and education,”

10864 John Molloy – Source


Canadian vets fighting ISIS spark warnings, concern

“I do not encourage Canadians to leave our nation and to head to other nations to get involved with the militaries”

12192 General Tom Lawson – Article