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Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) -Get out and Ruck

Ottawa, Ontario — Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) - Get out and Ruck originally started as a Facebook group to promote fitness within 33 Service Battalion. Created by Corporal Dan Lebel, a Supply Technician at the unit, and with the support of his chain of command and members from other units, Private Dave Jone, Master Warrant Officer Kris Carter, and Major Rob Baker, the group quickly grew to 1,700 service members across the country. The group has soldiers and veterans from all walks of life, be it a regular force member in Gagetown or a reservist in Vancouver. CAF - Get out and Ruck is bringing the military community together through fitness.

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Ottawa, Ontario — The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are once again marking Indigenous Awareness Week (IAW) and the 2020 edition arrives along with a milestone: the 25th anniversary of the CAF’s Defence Aboriginal Advisory Group (DAAG).

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