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An Assistant Instructor-in-Gunnery oversees a C3 105mm Howitzer Detachment

Gagetown Gunners keep Canadians safe from avalanches

Rogers Pass, British Columbia — Every winter, avalanches at Rogers Pass have the potential to pose a drastic threat to the safety and security of Canadians. At least it did, until The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery (RCA), working with Parks Canada, put in place the world’s largest mobile avalanche-control program more than 50 years ago.

Artillery soldiers conduct a practice shoot

Canadian Army trialing more powerful, more precise artillery shells

Medicine Hat, Alberta — New technology now being assessed by the Canadian Army (CA)’s research and development arm has the potential to increase the power of artillery munitions while also reducing the collateral damage they may cause.

Battle of Hong Kong survivor Signaler (Retired) Horace “Gerry” Gerrard, 95

Former Prisoner of War recalls the Fall of Hong Kong on Christmas Day, 1941

Victoria, British Columbia — Seventy-six Remembrance Days have passed since Signaler (Retired) Horace “Gerry” Gerrard fought for Canada in the Battle of Hong Kong. But the memories remain.

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