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  • awareness of Canada's role in the development of aviation and the aerospace industry Stimulate an interest in the Canadian Armed Forces Produce leaders
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  • federal board, commission or tribunal; members of the Canadian Armed Forces; members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Designated public office holders
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  • Wikipedia has related information at Royal Canadian Air Cadets
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  • Royal Canadian Army Cadets is one of the three sections in Cadets Canada (The others : Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, Royal Canadian Air Cadets). Green Star
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  • social and political issues within the nation include funding of the armed forces, taxation levels, healthcare and education funding and the relationship
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  • Canadian Forces and civilian participation in the First World War helped to foster a sense of British-Canadian nationhood. The highpoints of Canadian
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  • Armed forces and combat Books in this subject area deal with armed forces and combat, covering military forces deployed by countries as well as personal
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  • (although the Soviets later broke the pact) This freed the Japanese Armed Forces to expand southwards. On the 7th of December 1941, The Japanese attacked
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  • months $70k captain in armed forced directed soldiers to submit blank travel claims, some money given to soldiers--offender was in forces 20 years, no record--breach
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  • most of the countryside. Yugoslavia closed its borders to the insurgent forces in 1949, after Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia broke with the Soviet Union.
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  • The British forces might at first glance seem to have every advantage. At the outset of the War they had stocks of cannon and ammunition. The Colonists
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  • government marks marks of the Royal Family badges and crests of the RCMP and Armed Forces emblems and names of the Red Cross, the Red Crescent, and the United
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  • from Service Because of Death of Parent or Sibling while Serving in the Armed Forces or Whose Parent or Sibling is in a Captured or Missing in Action Status
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  • veterans enlisted in the armed forces or served with the merchant marine. In a foreshadowing of the McCarthy period, the armed forces designated the Lincolns
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  • California, USA Role Playing Games Workbook Canada - Citizenship Test Subsections Agriculture and husbandry Armed forces and combat Foodservice Immigration
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  • shall always keep up a well-regulated and disciplined militia, sufficiently armed and accoutered, and shall provide and constantly have ready for use, in
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  • to invade Canada by land was a miserable failure. The Western theater of the war was mostly fought in the Michigan, Ohio, and the Canadian border area
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  • shell, and by flame thrower. Though the Japanese continued to fight, its armed forces were in a hopeless situation. Its armaments became fewer. Kamikaze (the
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  • Test, or GED, is a test that certifies the taker has attained American or Canadian high school-level academic skills. To pass the GED, the test taker must
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  • to 183, the Senate 53 to 46 - authorized Bush "to use United States armed forces" pursuant to the UN Security Council resolution. The U.S. and its coalition
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