6 Intelligence Company (6 Int Coy)

Army Reserve

Graphic: Joanna Gajdicar

Join Our Team

Please do not hesitate to call us for more information. We would be pleased to review your resume, and have you visit us for a tour of our unit.

Our Team Recruiter

Name: Warrant Officer Thombs
Email: 6-int@forces.gc.ca

Or contact

Phone: 1-800-856-8488
Find a recruiting centre near you.

When We Train

Unit Parade Night: Wednesday evenings 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (local time), an average of one weekend per month and one week long training exercise during the summer.

Trades In Our Unit

Equipment

As Intelligence Operators and Intelligence Officers with the Primary Reserve, our primary and day-to-day tools are desktop and notebook computers, networking components, mapping tools, and an array of software applications. Our computing and networking equipment can be dismounted, meaning we can operate out of office-style environments, or mounted, meaning we can operate out of specialized vehicles in the field and other deployed locations.

We might focus on military intelligence, but we are trained as soldiers first. This means that, in addition to the tools we use for military intelligence, we also regularly train our army field craft and complete the Army Individual Battle Task Standard components including on the C7A2 5.56-mm Automatic Rifle and the Browning 9-mm Pistol.

See a complete list of Weapons and Vehicles.

Who We Are

6 Intelligence Company is a Primary Reserve component of the 3rd Canadian Division of the Canadian Armed Forces. Unique among the intelligence companies of the Primary Reserve, 6 Intelligence Company has platoons in three different provinces. We work part-time and parade (train) out of Vancouver (4 Platoon), Winnipeg (5 Platoon), and Edmonton (6 Platoon). Our Company headquarters is co-located with 6 Platoon at the Jefferson Armouries in Edmonton, Alberta.

Our primary role is to support reserve- and regular-force Commanders by providing timely and accurate intelligence products pertaining to an area of operations. Such intelligence may include information on weather, opposing forces, and terrain.

Another important aspect of our work is supporting civilian emergency personnel during environmental challenges such as wildfires, earthquakes, and floods. In these types of domestic operations, Primary Reserve Intelligence Officers and Intelligence Operators support civilian emergency services through activities including terrain mapping and weather analysis.       

What We Do

The Canadian Forces employs Reserve Intelligence Operators & Intelligence Officers who train regularly to augment their Regular Force counterparts in order to support domestic & foreign missions at the tactical,  operational, and strategic levels.

Military Intelligence staffs are primarily tasked with analyzing the enemy threat, weather & terrain while keeping their commander and other friendly forces informed of the constantly changing situation. Intelligence branch members collect information from a variety of sources, and then process and disseminate it through various products.

Benefits of Joining

When you join our unit, you will receive competitive pay for your part time or full time work as well as be eligible for on the job training that could benefit you in civilian life. Also, there are medical, dental and educational benefits available to Army Reservists.

Here are all the details:

Command Team

  • Commanding Officer - Major A.G.H. Carleton
  • Deputy Commanding Officer - Captain  R.D. Croston
  • Sergeant Major - Master Warrant Officer D.G. Hyde

Contact Us

4 Platoon

MGen B.M. Hoffmeister Building
Vancouver Garrison
4th floor
1755 W. 1st Avenue
Vancouver, BC
V6J 0G7

6 Platoon
Jefferson Armouries
11630-109 Street
Edmonton, AB
T5G 2T8

Email: 6-INT@forces.gc.ca

5 Platoon

17 Wing Building
66 East Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3J 3Y5

News

Army Reservist Sergeant John Ta

First-generation Canadian proud to represent the red and white

Thunder Bay, Ontario — For Thunder Bay Army Reservist Sergeant John Ta, wearing the maple leaf on his left arm is a reminder of the freedom and privileges that he enjoys daily in Canada.
May 16, 2018

Chief Warrant Officer Tracy-Ann Fisher is honoured at Blue Jays Stadium

Regimental Sergeant-Major enjoys rare Mother’s Day at ‘home’ with 40,000 strangers

Hamilton, Ontario — Her steadfast commitment to the Army Reserve has often complicated traditional family events, and this is one of the first Mother’s Days that Chief Warrant Officer Tracy-Ann Fisher has been able to enjoy with her family.
May 14, 2018

Corporal Rohringer during her deployment on Operation NUNALIVUT 2018

Military musician embraces her soldier skills during Operation NUNALIVUT

Winnipeg, Manitoba – Regardless of the military trade they choose, everyone who joins the Canadian Army (CA) is a soldier first.
May 9, 2018

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