Royal Canadian Regiment

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The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum
... The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum is a military museum located at Wolseley Barracks (the former CFB London) in London, Ontario, Canada, the historic home of the The Royal Canadian Regiment (RCR) ...
3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment - History - Commanding Officer
... Lieutenant-Colonel David Quick enrolled in the Canadian Forces under the Officer Candidate Training Program and departed for training in January 1994 ... Upon completing his training he was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Regiment in August 1995 ... His first regimental tour was with 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (1 RCR) where he commanded a rifle platoon, reconnaissance platoon and ...
List Of Canadian Organizations With Royal Prefix - Military
... Royal prefix granted by Queen Victoria Year Organization 1874 Royal Military College of Canada 1887 Royal School of Cavalry (later Royal Canadian Dragoons) 1892 Royal Canadian ...
Moro River Campaign - Taking The Gully
... for what he hoped would be the final attack on The Gully, Vokes shifted the 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade to occupy positions formerly belonging to the 1st Brigade ... Should this attack fail, the 1st Brigade's Seaforth Highlanders and the Royal Canadian Regiment would move through Casa Berardi and outflank German defences, forcing a withdrawal from The Gully ... At 0730 on 15 December, two companies of the Carleton and York Regiment attacked ...
4th Canadian Ministry
... The Fourth Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Sir John Abbott. 1892, including only a year and a half in the middle of the 7th Canadian Parliament ...

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