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Trenton, ON — The Canadian Army Advanced Warfare Centre named its new building after Lieutenant-Colonel Jevon Albert “Jeff” Nicklin, who established the first Canadian parachute unit in 1943 after cutting short his stellar football career with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to join the Royal Winnipeg Rifles.

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    Social Work Officers: Paving the Road to Mental Readiness

    Gagetown, New Brunswick – Social Work Officers serve in a military setting to assist Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel and their families as they cope with the extraordinary demands of armed conflict, separation from family and overseas deployments among other personal and professional pressures.

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    Rules of engagement: The role of the Canadian Army’s top lawyer

    Ottawa, ON — The Deputy Judge Advocate General for Regional Services is the Canadian Army’s top legal advisor, providing general legal advice and services not only to the Canadian Army but to Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces’ leadership in the three pillars of military law: operational law, military justice and administrative law.

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