Brigadier-General Rob Roy MacKenzie

Brigadier-General Rob Roy MacKenzie: a seasoned officer leads the Army Reserve into the future

You could say Brigadier-General Rob Roy MacKenzie “hit the ground running” after being appointed Chief of Staff Army Reserve last September. The very next day he completed the Canada Army Run half marathon in two hours seventeen minutes. He brought to his new job a wealth of knowledge about the Canadian Army earned through his 31 years of service in a number of capacities and deployments in both the Reserve and Regular forces.

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Sergeants Major meeting to lead to a strengthened Army Reserve

By the end of 2017, the Canadian Army Reserve will be stronger, prouder and even more ready. Achieving this goal by strengthening the Army Reserve will require the leadership of all 17 Army Reserve Sergeants Major and a total team effort, according to Chief Warrant Officer Kent Clapham.

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Captain Suhan Kwon: a living, breathing and kicking tribute to Kapyong

More than six decades after the successful stand of 700 Canadian soldiers against 5,000 enemy troops, the Battle of Kapyong inspired Captain Suhan Kwon to join the Canadian Army.


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