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Air-Forceca-Ico Question for Mods and / or those who run the board.

September 26, 2014, 11:53:52 by shadreamer
Howdy,

I did a bit of research for a novel here a while back and to show my appreciation, I would like to offer complementary copies to the board and / or it's members for assisting me.  The novel came out in July and is doing very well.

Before I posted anything specific, I just wanted to see how you wanted to handle this (or not). If you don't want me doing this, I'll certainly respect your wishes.

I can send copies to the board mods or owner to hand out, or you can run a draw and I can mail paperbacks (or email ebooks) direct to the winners. Alternately, I can offer them to the people who responded to my thread.

To be clear, I'm not looking for any sort of endorsement or advertising. These will be gifts, pure and simple. If paperback, I can offer up to six copies. For ebooks, we can discuss.

Feel free to send me an email to my addy if you prefer.

Regardless of the decision, thank you for providing this forum.  :)

Cheers.
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xx Logistics Officer - Business Degree

October 13, 2014, 21:26:35 by chadk
I am looking at completing my Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration ( On my Own ).  I am wondering without contacting the BOR, if anyone would know if this type of degree would  match the criteria to become a Logistics Officer.  I had heard that the military was maybe asking for specific degrees for its applicants such as needing an Economics degree for Supply.  Hoping a Business Administration degree would be adequate.
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xx ASW options for small ships and vessels

September 22, 2014, 16:36:18 by Colin P
My mind was wandering yesterday and wondering if we had to what sort of ASW detection gear and weapons would fit onto small vessels like a an Orca or Kingston class vessel, mainly as harbour approaches defence vessels? Anything like that been/being trialed? 
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xx Memo for AVOT

September 03, 2014, 00:09:17 by chadk
I am certainly not asking for someone to write my memo but I could use some help in wording of a memo to start my AVOT to Supply tec.  What should I start the memo off with? Any specific wording?  What type of information should you include in a memo that is for a AVOT?

Thank you
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xx RCN - Advanced Naval Boarding Party

August 18, 2014, 17:03:13 by FSTO
NBP training has come along way from when I was responsible for it. Although I like to think that me and my staff got the ball rolling when we pitched the idea of Simunition based force on force training to a very sceptical (and sometimes dismissive) RCN HQ.

(apologies to anyone from the HQ at the time!  ;D)

From the Lookout (Esquimalt Base newspaper)

http://lookoutnewspaper.com/rcn-enhances-naval-boarding-capability/


The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is taking important steps toward tailoring its operations to confront and deter smaller, asymmetric threats with the standing up of a single dedicated unit that will provide an Advanced Naval Boarding Party (ANBP) capability.
 
“We are excited about the development, the stand-up of this new unit, and the unique and challenging opportunity it presents to all RCN personnel,” said LCdr Wil Lund, the ANBP Capability Officer in Charge. “It represents an important milestone that will enable the RCN to combine over a decade of highly successful operational experience with the ingenuity and abilities of our own officers and sailors.”
 
Right now, naval boarding parties are comprised of regular members from a ship’s company who perform these duties in addition to their primary duty on board. Once fully operational, the new unit will deploy specialized teams on any RCN platform operating in a high-risk environment.
 
Though traditional NBPs are capable of conducting basic obstructed boardings, the dynamic and evolving nature of RCN missions now calls for a new approach. The ANBP capability will allow for deployed vessels to meet the new level of risk and to provide other direct support when necessary.
 
With today’s naval operations increasingly concerned with providing maritime security in the littoral (near-shore) environment, the need for an advanced, versatile force that can respond rapidly to threats such as pirates, drug smugglers or small, nimble fast attack craft is as salient as ever.
 
These operations require a highly trained team such as the ANBP. Through extensive specialized training and careful selection, the Maritime Tactical Operators from this unit will eventually employ a spectrum of advanced tactics, such as hand-to-hand combat, improvised explosive device (IED) identification, close quarters battle, as well as tactical shooting and tactical questioning.
 
The implementation of this capability will be gradually phased in over several months, starting with the instructor training that commenced earlier this month to force generate the instructors required to train the first team. These instructors will develop an initial Enhanced Naval Boarding Party (ENBP) capability in the form of the first team of Maritime Tactical Operators. Once trained, this team will be ready to deploy, if needed, in 2015.
 
Utilizing the experience and lessons learned from this initial team, the unit will later develop a full ANBP capability and will be comprised of approximately 70-100 members from across the RCN, including both Regular and Reserve Force. Non-commissioned members and officers wishing to join will be put through a rigorous selection process before being invited to challenge the Maritime Tactical Operator’s course.
 
Selection for the Maritime Tactical Operator’s course is scheduled to run from Sept. 29 until Oct. 3.
 
“What we’ll be looking for most in candidates is that they’re mature, physically fit, willing to learn and capable of making logical split-second decisions within a high-stress environment,” said LCdr Lund.
 
On-going and highly successful operations, such as Operation Caribbe and Operation Artemis, are a testament to the evolving nature of the RCN’s missions and the important work it does to support maritime security in the littoral arena.
 
LCdr Lund said the standing up of this unit marks an important milestone in the RCN and will be a vital asset to its future endeavours.
 
“The end product of the ‘One Navy’ concept will provide an advanced and highly flexible capability at sea that will continue to adapt to the uncertainty and risk of both present and future RCN missions.”


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Navyca-Ico Time away

August 11, 2014, 23:54:40 by Wilamanjaro
Been considering OT for a little while. I am from Victoria and am getting tired of these plains. I have a wife and two dogs though and am just wondering, typically, how much time is spent at sea in a year?

Trades considering (and originally on my application, but you know how it is)
-Hull tech
-E Tech

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