Tag: Canadian Army

USACAPOC(A) and Canadian Chaplains train as more than prayer warriors
January 7, 2022
Chaplains from the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) and  Canadian Army observe fellow Soldiers as they brief area assessments during their evaluated briefings at the Combined Religious Area Assessment and Chaplain Religious Leader Engagement training held November 16—19, 2021, at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

U.S. and Canadian military police conduct weapons training in Romania
December 18, 2019
U.S. and Canadian military police conduct weapons training in Romania

329th Ground Ambulance Tests Medical Tactical Skills with Canadian Forces
October 31, 2019
Soldiers from the 329th Ground Ambulance Company clear a building as part of the St Luke’s Field Ambulance Validation Event, hosted by the Canadian Armed Forces, 25 Field Ambulance, in Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 26th.

First one in, last one out: 650th Regional Support Group at Maple Resolve 18
June 4, 2018
Maple Resolve 18

Simulated Guts Yield Glory at Maple Resolve 17
May 20, 2017
Special effects team members Jenni MacDonald and Stacy Wegner apply prosthetic wounds to a role player who will act as a simulated casualty on a training mission as part of Maple Resolve 17, the Canadian Army's premiere brigade-level validation exercise running May 14-29 at Camp Wainwright, Alberta, Canada. The role players fulfill an integral part for the training, allowing the Soldiers to react to life-like, real-time situations ranging from medevac, hostile enemies and media engagements.

As a part of the exercise, the U.S. Army is providing a wide array of combat and support elements. These elements include sustainment, psychological operations, public affairs, aviation and medical units. Readiness is the U.S. Army Reserve's number one priority. Reserve units participating in Maple Resolve 17 will sharpen individual skill sets while enhancing overall unit readiness.