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Under new directive, Army units increase role in recovery of ill and injured members

Ottawa, Ontario – When it comes to the care and support of ill and injured members, the Canadian Army (CA) believes that its soldiers deserve the highest level of service.

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Emerging Disruptive Technologies: opportunities and threats

Ottawa, Ontario — Infantry troops in exo-skeletons. Microscopic sponges injected into wounds to stop bleeding. Soldiers able to see through solid walls. Camouflage that changes to match different backgrounds.

1 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group greets Gwich’in ultrarunner Brad ‘Caribou Legs’ Firth

Indigenous ultrarunner grateful for Canadian Ranger support

Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories — Brad Firth may have only taken up long distance running five years ago but, in that time, he has more than earned his nickname: Caribou Legs. His accomplishments to date include a six-month run across all 10 provinces in 2016. Born in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Mr. Firth is a member of the Gwich’in Nation who developed his running legs in and around his current home of Vancouver.

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