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xx Major Site Upgrade

November 25, 2016, 15:42:39 by Mike Bobbitt
All,

Today I completed a major site upgrade. There are some outstanding issues that I am aware of, and likely a whole lot that I am not aware of. Please use this thread to report any issues.

The Wiki is not working at the moment, for example. :)

Thanks for your patience, we will be back to "normal" as soon as possible.


Cheers
Mike
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clip NATO command badge

November 21, 2016, 09:41:59 by Larry Strong
Hi

I am not sure if this is the right spot for this....Feel free to move it if not.


I am looking to find out what this badge was for......


Thanks for the help

Cheers
Larry
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xx 50's to current Navy Trades and uniforms

November 02, 2016, 21:45:38 by jfc
Hi to all,
I am trying to complete my webpage dedicated to the Royal Canadian Navy.  I need a list of all uniforms worn from the 50 to current.  IE No. 1 Ceremonial Dress, No. 11 white, No. ?? Naval Combat dress. Pictures of the uniforms would greatly help with full name, No. ?? and dates worn.  Same for trade badges.  I have the red trade badges worn on No.3 Work dress from the 50's, I have blue trade badges on white without a rim, blue/black on white with a rim.  Yellow trade badges on white, gold on green (looks like CF color for DEU, but I heard that the Canadian Navy didn't wear trade badges on uniforms), etc etc.
Have a look at my webpage http://jfchalifoux.com

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xx VR Question

November 01, 2016, 22:50:05 by chadk
I haven't found an answer to this, and maybe that's a hint, but if a member VRs from Regs can that member get help with education just as someone being released medically?
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xx Dizziness/Vertigo

November 01, 2016, 18:28:11 by chadk
Just curious if anyone has been medically released or going through procedure of release because of dealing with all day, every day dizziness accompanied by nausea and headache? So far it's only been 6 months worth for me with specialists and doctors and much time off work....hoping that it will end.  Just wondering if anyone else has gone through same?
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xx why was the navy so secretive

September 24, 2016, 18:19:36 by jwhitten
So the Canadian armed forces just put off a training operation called CUTLASS FURY and some of the ships involved were stationed in st.johns harbor. And i noticed that two american ships were away from all the others,we went over to get a better view and a US military police and US navy men were standing in the road with tire spikes layed down.We only went over to ask the name of the two ships and he said they were "classified" and on the back of one of the ships there was a gazebo set up. i'm just wondering what would cause the navy to be so secretive about the ships they have stationed? or is it because there were like special forces on the ships? also all the other ships everyone could see and read the names.
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