Transcript: By Travis Wentz My choice for the military is the Marine Corps. reasons why You can join right after High School They have great benefits to give You get a great amount of salary to have You get to chose what role you want to do like Ground Combat Infantry Tank Crewmen Scout Sniper Engineer and more History Facts Military Choice 1 Sources Final Choice http://thecampuscareercoach.com/2013/01/25/how-should-i-address-my-military-experience-on-my-resumes/ http://und.edu/admissions/military/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Navy http://www.mclpikespeak.org/ Comaring The Payment Marine Corps: You have to be at least 17 to join with parent approval. The Marine Corps is a challenge to be in. You have to go to training before you do anything else. Military PowerPoint by Travis Wentz Military Choices The Navy was founded in October 13, 1798 The Marine Corps was founded November 10, 1775 The Marine Corps was in the Pacific Campaign during ww2 Military Choice 2 Navy Have to be 17 to 34 years old to join the navy. You will receive training, payment, and insurance. Have a high school degree to join. You have to run a mile in a serten amount of time Have a 20/20 vision
Transcript: New clusters of threats: terrorism, environmental degradation, failed and fragile states Global institutions under strain: improving the efficiency of world organizations A new global distribution of power: collaboration with the US and new emerging states A global marketplace: new competition for markets, skilled workers, technology and foreign direct investment Thank you for your attention Negotiate renewal of the NORAD agreement, while pursuing other measures to strengthen maritime and land defence cooperation with the United States Canadians' support for their armed forces varies over time, often in relation to the degree of military threat. Historically, the general population has held the military in high esteem and celebrated its achievements. Canada's military is known world-wide for their peacekeeping missions. Strengthen coordination of cross-border law enforcement and counter terrorism programs Increase the Canadian Forces’ capacity to monitor and respond to events in the North Strengthen international export control regimes on proliferation-sensitive technologies and build the capacity of countries to enforce them Build on the domestic strength of the Reserves by adding 3,000 personnel Establish a Stabilization and Reconstruction Task Force (START) to plan and coordinate rapid and integrated civilian responses to international crises Securing The Continent Canada Changing How We Work Increase the Canadian Forces’ capacity to participate with allies in counterterror operations The Canadian Military Policy At Crossroads Collaborate with the United States and Mexico to protect North American territory and citizens Our North American Partnership Maintain combat-capable Canadian Forces, focused on the challenge of restoring peace and stability to failed and fragile states 1. Countering Terrorism Revise command structures to create a unified national operational “Canada Command” reflecting the new priority given to domestic operations Strengthen the Forces’ ability to respond to terrorist acts on Canadian territory Building A More Secure World USA The US is known around the world for their military involvement in countries around the world. The US has over 1,000 military bases world-wide 2. Stabilizing Failed and Fragile States Strengthen the three planks in North America’s critical infrastructure: transportation links, energy resources, and cybernetic and communications networks Build a trilateral emergency response capability that can deal in particular with infectious disease Domestic Military Priorities In Canada Problems in the Canadian-American relations Improve Canada’s maritime, land, air and space surveillance capabilities 3. Combatting Proliferation Contribute to UN, NATO and G8 efforts to counteract terrorist organizations and cut off their support networks Template by Missing Link Images from Shutterstock.com The Challenges We Face
Transcript: Canadian government military spending Canadian role in the Afghan war Canadian Military the canadian government spends close to 30 billion but we spend cloase to 600 billion dollars a year Canada's role in the Afghanistan War began in early 2002. Canada did not have a significant role in the first few months of the invasion of Afghanistan that began on October 7, 2001, and the first contingents of regular Canadian troops arrived in Afghanistan only in January–February 2002. Canada took on a larger role starting in 2006 after the Canadian troops were redeployed to Kandahar province. There were 2,500 Canadian Forces (CF) personnel in Afghanistan in 2006, of which 1,200 comprised the combat battle group. Roughly 950 are currently deployed in Afghanistan as part of International Security
Transcript: Canada maintains close military relationships and agreements with several countries worldwide. Its closest foreign defense partnership by far, however, is with the United States. This is due to the close geographic proximity of the two nations, as well as their highly integrated political, economic, and cultural relations. Throughout much of their negotiations, Canada and the United States have signed many agreements in which they have a partnership in trading as well as an agreement in which they protect each other from other nations. Description of Some Functions By: Jennifer, Chris, Edward & Kevan A little bit more of History... Would Canada's Military ways work for the U.S? Canada-United States Defense Canada is a very peaceful country that really has no huge threats. Because of this, they're military worries are not as huge as the Unites States themselves. The United States is a nation that is constantly disliked by others because it is the most influential nation as well as the most powerful out of the whole world. Due to this status that the United States has, they must have a much powerful military than its neighbor Canada and Mexico. Canada's military is strong, but it is not strong enough to protect the United States. Besides, Canada is too friendly and the United States ain't got time for that. After Confederation, and amid much controversy, a full-fledged Canadian military was created. Canada, however, remained a British colony, and Canadian forces joined their British counterparts in the Second Boer War and the First World War. While independence followed the Statute of Westminster, Canada's links to Britain remained strong, and the British once again had the support of Canadians during the Second World War. Since then, Canada has been committed to multilateralism and has gone to war within large multinational coalitions such as in the Korean War, the Gulf War, the Kosovo War, and the Afghan war. Canada has also played an important role in United Nations peacekeeping operations worldwide and has cumulatively committed more troops than any other country. Canadian Military A little bit of History National Defense: The Canadian Forces’ primary function is to defend the country’s territory and citizens from foreign military attack, including defending against an armed attack by other nations or by foreign quasi-military organizations. In this capacity, the Canadian Forces cooperate with other domestic defense, policing, border patrol, and intelligence agencies. Regional defense: The Canadian Forces also provide regional defense beyond Canada’s borders. The Canadian Forces work extensively with counterparts in the United States to provide security for the North American continent. They also participate in the defense of the North Atlantic region through the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Internal Stability: The Canadian Forces have also been used within Canada to promote internal stability and quell internal violence. Peacekeeping: The Canadian Forces have also been used extensively in international peacekeeping and humanitarian initiatives worldwide. Search & Rescue: The Canadian Forces are also instrumental in search and rescue operations, both within and outside Canadian territory. They work closely with other domestic and international search and rescue agencies and organizations. In 1763, after the final colonial war the Seven Years War the British emerged victorious and the French civilians, whom the British hoped to assimilate, were declared "British Subjects". After the passing of the Quebec Act in 1774, giving the Canadians their first charter of rights under the new regime, the northern colonies chose not to join the American Revolution and remained loyal to the British crown. The Americans launched invasions in 1775 and 1812. On both occasions, the Americans were rebuffed by Canadian forces; however, this threat would remain well into the 19th century and partially facilitated Canadian Confederation in 1867. Functions of Canadian Forces The Canadian Forces represent Canada’s formal military or armed force. The Canadian Forces perform an array of basic functions: National Defense Regional Defense Internal Stability Peacekeeping Search & Rescue Criminal Interdiction
Transcript: Contribution in the Air & Sea NATIONAL IDENTITY Canada's Role in WW1 by: Raizelle Basit Canadian Military Contribution on Land Canadian infantrymen were on the Western Front in January 1915 March the 1st Canadian Division took part in the Battle of Neuve Chapelle April Canadians fought in the Second Battle of Ypres April to August 1916 the corps fought in the defence of Ypres until it moved to fight in the Battle of the Somme On 9th April 1917 it captured Vimy Ridge Canadian soldiers met with success in August 1917 Canadians took the previously impregnable objective of Passchendaele on 6th November 1917 suffering 15,000 casualties in the process March 1918 cavalry and motorized machine-gun units of the Canadian Corps helped hold the line at Amiens, when the Germans launched their last big offensive On 2nd September 1918, seven Canadians earned the Victoria Cross in exceptionally fierce fighting. During the period between mid-August to mid October, the Canadians had suffered over 30,000 casualties killed, wounded, or captured. Canadians excelled in aerial combat. In providing many members of the Royal Flying Corps, the Royal Naval Air Service and later the Royal Air Force More than 23,000 Canadian airmen served with British Forces and over 1,500 died Lieutenant Colonel W.A. Bishop VC Canadian naval participation in the 1914-1918 War was limited Thousands went to serve with the Royal Navy Fleets of Canadian trawlers and small craft carried out mine-sweeping and anti-submarine operations in coastal waters. During the war about 110,000 Canadians died in the 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 some were interred in Canada, but the vast majority lie buried abroad.
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Transcript: Cadets Brewster,Hugh Vimy Ridge www.warmuseum.ca www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk www.cadets.ca www.airforce.gc.ca www.canadianwings.com www.forces.ca www.casr.ca They learn about navel and maritime enviorment by participating in many actvities on and off the water. They specailize in sailing, seamanship, shipboard life, navel communications, power boat handling, boat repair, and marine engineering. What the navy does The airforce trains in many different areas. To train for the airforce people must take an aircrew test series and fly 4 missions in a pilot selection system. Then they must undergo medical testing for air operations. This all takes many months of practice. What they do The air cadets: How the airforce trains The ships they use Who they are Armycadet logo The cadets are people who want to join the forces of cadets and can't wait for thrill and excitment. They are also tobe girls and boys ages 12 and up. The army cadets: Lewis Gun They learn the survival skills for the flight group. They focus on the skills of social development, decision-making, and also leadership. Seacadet logo Airforce They need to contain the componts of: corps program, regiponally directed activities, cadet summer traninig centre program, and nationally directed ativities. There cadet activities are: expeditions, navigation, trekking, wilderness survival, outdoor leadership, field traininig, and Canadian army and civillian comunity familiarization. The planes they use The navy is Canada's main water protecters. They moniter and control marine activity in Canadian territory. What the army does There are 3 types of cadets each of them have different andimportant jobs. Here are the names of them: air cadets, army cadets, and sea cadets. This is what they do: Bibliograhy The airforce uses many different kinds of planes. Some of the planes they use are the most intersting things you will ever see, so here is some information on a codple of them: CF-188 CF-18 Hornet: In these planes there are 1-2 pilots and it was upgraded and introduced into the Gulf war 1 in 1998. But, was unsucessful. Then in the year 2000 the upgrade became sucsessful because of the increase in defence budget from the goverment. Lockheed F-35 Lightning 2: In this plane there is 1-2 pilots and its stealth which makes it undetectable by any radar.It can also land vertically for easy landing. In 1996 awarded by the U.S goverment the plane received one of two JSF concept demonstration contracts. The sea cadets: The guns they use All the men and woman in the forces protect our country from harms way. They give Canadians the freedom to do whatwe want to. The Canadian airforce protect Canada from the air. The army defends Canada from the land and water. The Navy defends Canadian waters. The Canadian forces protect our land, and are very brave. c8 rifle The navy uses many ships. Some of the ships they use can be interesting to and also very powerful so heres a list of them: Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel, Patrol Craft Training Vessel, Destroyer DDG-283, Corvette K181, Frigate FFH-334, and Victoria Class. c7 rifle Types of cadets and what they do Vimy Ridge The Canadian milatary has been protecting and giving this country freedom for many years. Some of the history is really interesting just like this, on April 9 , 1917 the Canadian soldiers advanced into german territory from Vimy Ridge.Also from 1914-1918 the Canadian army joined the British army in the front lines.As well the Canadian salvation army helped operate huts, canteens,facilties etc. All this was done in Britian, France, and Belgium. Some of the guns they used were interesting too, such as: the lewis gun: developed in 1911 in the United States, brun light: was the main gun used by the Canadian armies, and the thompson: adopted by the Canadian army in 1940. In this report it is going to talk about the Canadian army and navy (land and water) with sub-topics of what they do, the guns they use (army), and the ships they use (navy). Then it will talk about the aiforce with sub-topics of what they do, the planes they use, and how they train, and the Canadian cadets with the sub-topics of who they are, and the types with what they do. maritime coastal defence vessel F-35 Lightning 2 Aircadet logo The army is Canada's main land protecters. The army defends Canada's territory and does it by providing land survelliance and combat ready forces. The army uses many guns. Some of the guns they use are powerful and very interesting. So heres a list of some of them: C8 FTHB Carbine, Diemaco C7A2 Rifle, C7 and C7A1 Rifles, and C8 and C8A1 Carbines. The airforce work everyday here in Canada. They also play animportant role in protecting Canada. They are often called to flight in a different kind of battle, with confronting the whims of nature. frigate ffh-334 Thompson CF-18 Hornet Land and Water
Transcript: Joining the Reserves Starts at about $30,000 a year and increases to more than $55,000, depending on rank and occupation. Promotions Promotions within the Canadian army are based on merit, time in rank and vacancies. You would receive an annual evaluation report prepared by your superior(s) which would be reviewed by a national promotion board. You would compete with other officers of the same rank and classification. Having served in a 'war' likely wouldn't improve your chances particularly because your peers would be there as well. Continuing your education would be beneficial. To become a 'general' officer likely would take you at least 25 years of service Canadian Military Infantry If you are interested in joining the Reserves, your first step is to contact one of your local Reserve units to find out which positions are available and then apply online. Your local recruiting center will process your application and ensure that you complete the required steps of the application process. Reserve applicants are required to pass a physical fitness test before being selected. All other steps of the application process are the same as for the Regular Force. Once you have been evaluated and the application process is complete, your local Reserve unit decides to issue a job offer. Not everyone who applies for a job in the Reserves will get one. It all depends on job availability. After accepting a job offer with the Forces, all new recruits are required to complete basic training. Officer cadets complete the Basic Military Officer Qualification course over 15 weeks, and non-commissioned members attend the Basic Military Qualification course over 14 weeks. These courses teach you the core skills and necessary knowledge to succeed in a military environment. The training emphasizes basic military skills, weapons handling, first aid and ethical values. Since physical fitness is an integral component of military service, a large part of the course is spent on fitness training. Basic training takes place at the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec. Docter/Nurse Firefighter Police, Local/Provincial Related Occupations Infantry soldiers are the Army’s primary combat fighters and are responsible for closing with and engaging the enemy. They are the core members of the Combat Arms team, which includes Artillery and Armoured Soldiers. Infantry Soldiers are capable of operating anywhere in the world in any environment — Arctic tundra, mountains, jungle or desert — and in any combination of arms, including airmobile and amphibious operations. Education What is an Infantry Soldier? Basic Training To apply to the Forces you must have passed Grade 10 or Secondaire IV (in Quebec). However, a number of the jobs available require high school diplomas, college certificates, or university degrees. The Forces will consider applicants who have passed a General Education Development (GED) test. However, applicants from Quebec who have a GED must also have the necessary credits from Secondaire IV. Adults who have not completed high school can submit an Attestation of Secondary School Equivalency, but it is not considered equivalent to a high school diploma. If you have been home-schooled, you will need to provide proof from your home province’s educational authority that your marks have been assessed and meet their standards. If you attended and graduated high-school, college or university in another country, you may need to have your education evaluated by the Alliance of Credential Evaluation Services of Canada to determine if it is equivalent to the education provided in Canada. The Forces will not pay for the cost of the evaluation. If you have completed college or university, or have skilled work experience, you may qualify to have your military and occupational training reduced. In these cases, the Forces will complete a Prior Learning Assessment. Navy Air force Military Police Be a Canadian Citizen. Be 17 years of age, with parental consent Have completed at least Grade 10 or Secondaire IV (in Quebec). Certain entry programs and occupations require higher levels of education. Who can Join the Force? Salary
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