A Canadian combat vehicle is transported by a German floating bridge.

Building bridges is building relationships at Ex TRIDENT JUNCTURE

Santa Margarida, Portugal — Canadian Army combat engineers oversaw the building of bridges both real and symbolic during a recently-completed NATO exercise.

A photo of a Wood Turtle.

Tanks and turtles? 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown receives species-at-risk award for turtle conservation efforts

If the Wood Turtle is anything to go by, living in a zone dedicated to training soldiers is preferable to almost any other location for some species at risk. The Wood Turtle, a medium-sized freshwater turtle measuring from 16 to 25 centimeters long, is a species at risk in its entire range from Ontario to Nova Scotia and south all the way to North Carolina. Remarkably, it has found a safe place in Gagetown.

Members of the 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group pictured with their Australian counterparts.

Canadian Rangers receive patrolling tips in Australia’s ‘Top End’

Northern Territory, Australia — Members of the 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (4 CRPG) recently participated in an exchange with some of their Australian counterparts in the North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE), an Army Reserve infantry regiment of the Australian Army, visiting the remote Northern Territory. Here, Captain Wade Jones describes the experience: the heat, the beauty and the hospitality.

Photo of the Week

Every Friday, the Canadian Army highlights the most outstanding photo of the week.

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