Monday, 4 July 2011 (9 photos)

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Staff Cadet intake (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

Staff Cadet intake, getting kitted out in B3 (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

Staff Cadet intake (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

Staff Cadet intake (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

O-groups (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

...and more briefings (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

The training centre's adjutant, Capt Kevin Seal inspects the junior officers and civilian instructors on Sicily Square (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

(VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

The CO welcoming the NCM IC of the Military Police section MCpl Hiscock (VACSTC/Wayne Emde)

 

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Today's weather: Max Temp. 27.3c    Min Temp.  7.5c sunny


This day in Canadian Military History...

4 July 1648
The Huron mission at St. Joseph (south-east of Midland, Ont.), holding 400 native families, is attacked by a large Iroquois war party. Seven hundred men are killed or wounded; most of the women and children are taken prisoner.


4 July 1944
At 5:00 this morning, Canadians from of the North Shore Regiment, Royal Winnipeg Rifles, and Le Regiment de la Chaudiere, along with tanks from the Fort Garry Horse, launch their attack on the French city of Caen.