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Leopard 2 on Patrol

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  • Photo of Leopard 2 on patrol in Afghanistan.
  • 24″ x 16″

A Canadian Leopard 2 tank from C Squadron, Lord Strathcona’s Horse (LdSH), patrols a road near an advanced operations base in the Panjwayi district of Afghanistan. Joint Task Force Afghanistan (JTF-Afg), Roto 4, is made up of 2,500 Canadian Forces soldiers originating mainly from elements of 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (5 CMBG) based at CFB Valcartier, Quebec. JTF-Afg, under the command of Brigadier-General Guy Laroche, has been deployed to Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, and forms part of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). Canadian soldiers are playing a key role in the NATO-led mission to improve security and assist in rebuilding the country. Canada is in Afghanistan at the request of the UN, which has reissued a call for the international community to support Afghanistan’s democratically elected government. The aim of the UN-sanctioned NATO mission is to help build a stable, democratic and self-sufficient society in the country.

Photo: Cpl Simon Duchesne, HQ, JTF AFG, ROTO

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LAV 3 with Dismounted Section

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  • Photo of a LAV 3 with a dismounted section.
  • 24″ x 16″

22 September 2010 Panjwa’i District, Afghanistan Soldiers from Oscar Company, 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group, take a moment to rest in their established leaguer in the Panjwa’i district of Kandahar province. In close cooperation with Afghan National Security Force, 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group provides security by conducting counter-insurgency operations throughout Panjwa’i district located south-west of Kandahar City. The Battle Group conducts partnered operations with the 2nd Kandak of the 1st Brigade, 205 Corps of the Afghan National army, Afghan National Police and the Panjwa’i district Governor in order to advance governance, reconstruction, and security in the area. Operation ATHENA is Canada’s participation in the International Security Assistance Forces in Afghanistan. Focused on Kandahar Province in southern Afghanistan since the fall of 2005, Op ATHENA has one over-arching objective: to leave Afghanistan to Afghans, in a country that is better governed, more peaceful and more secure.

Photo: Corporal Shilo Adamson, Canadian Forces Combat Camera © 2010 DND-MDN Canada.

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Leopard 2 with Mineplow

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  • Photo of Leopard 2 with Mineplow.
  • 24″ x 16″

18 October 2010 Panjwa’i District, Afghanistan A Leopard 2A6M Main Battle Tank with mine rollers from The Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) and part of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group, clears the way during recent operations in the volatile Panjwa’i and Zhari Districts of Kandahar Province. The sheer size and firepower of the Leopard 2A6M Main Battle Tank make it a formidable force and a huge deterrent to enemy insurgents. In close cooperation with Afghan National Security Forces, 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group provides security by conducting counter-insurgency operations throughout Panjwa’i District located south-west of Kandahar City. The Battle Group conducts partnered operations with the 2nd Kandak of the 1st Brigade, 205 Corps of the Afghan National Army, Afghan National Police and the Panjwa’i District Governor in order to advance governance, reconstruction, and security in the area. Operation ATHENA is Canada’s participation in the International Security Assistance Forces in Afghanistan. Focused on Kandahar Province in southern Afghanistan since the fall of 2005, Op ATHENA has one over-arching objective: to leave Afghanistan to Afghans, in a country that is better governed, more peaceful and more secure. Photo: Corporal Shilo Adamson, Canadian Forces Combat Camera © 2010 DND-MDN Canada.

Photo: Corporal Shilo Adamson, Canadian Forces Combat Camera © 2010 DND-MDN Canada.

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Griffon Gun Run

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  • Photo of Griffon Gun Run.
  • 24″ x 16″
  • Stretched canvas on a wooden frame.

January 13, 2010, KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, AFGHANISTAN Door gunner, Corporal Michael Zebiere provides security from a CH-146 Griffon helicopter with the Dillon M134D small caliber defense suppression weapon during a reconnaissance of Task Force Kandahar (TFK) helicopter landing spots in the TFK area of operations. Joint Task Force Afghanistan (JTF-Afg) is the Canadian Forces (CF) contribution to the international effort in Afghanistan. Its operations focus on working with Afghan authorities to improve security, governance and economic development in Afghanistan. JTF-Afg comprises more than 2,750 CF members.

Photo: Corporal Owen W. Budge, JTFK Image Tech, Afghanistan, Roto 8 © 2010 DND-MDN Canada.

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Leopard 2 Providing Overwatch

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  • Photo of Leopard 2 providing overwatch.
  • 16″ x 20″

16 October 2010 Panjwa’i District, Afghanistan A Leopard 2A6M Main Battle Tank from The Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) and part of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group, provides over-watch under a bright moon during recent operations in the volatile Panjwa’i and Zhari Districts of Kandahar Province. The sheer size and firepower of the Leopard 2A6M Main Battle Tank make it a formidable force and a huge deterrent to enemy insurgents. In close cooperation with Afghan National Security Forces, 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group provides security by conducting counter-insurgency operations throughout Panjwa’i District located south-west of Kandahar City. The Battle Group conducts partnered operations with the 2nd Kandak of the 1st Brigade, 205 Corps of the Afghan National Army, Afghan National Police and the Panjwa’i District Governor in order to advance governance, reconstruction, and security in the area. Operation ATHENA is Canada’s participation in the International Security Assistance Forces in Afghanistan. Focused on Kandahar Province in southern Afghanistan since the fall of 2005, Op ATHENA has one over-arching objective: to leave Afghanistan to Afghans, in a country that is better governed, more peaceful and more secure.

Photo: Corporal Shilo Adamson, Canadian Forces Combat Camera © 2010 DND-MDN Canada.

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Coyotes In The Mud

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  • Photo of Recce Squadron on the move.
  • 24″ x 16″

19 January 2008 Spin Boldak, Afghanistan Members of Squadron A, 12e Régiment blindé du Canada, leaving on patrol in armored Coyote vehicles with a Civilian Military Cooperation (CIMIC) team to determine the needs of the local population. Joint Task Force Afghanistan (JTF-Afg), Roto 4, is made up of 2,500 Canadian Forces soldiers originating mainly from elements of 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (5 CMBG) based at CFB Valcartier, Quebec. JTF-Afg, under the command of Brigadier-General Guy Laroche, has been deployed to Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, and forms part of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). Canadian soldiers are playing a key role in the NATO-led mission to improve security and assist in rebuilding the country. Canada is in Afghanistan at the request of the UN, which has reissued a call to the international community to support Afghanistan’s democratically elected government. The aim of the UN-sanctioned NATO mission is to help build a stable, democratic and self-sufficient society in the country.

Photo by: Cpl Simon Duchesne, photographer, HQ Afg, Roto.

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HMCS Halifax On Patrol

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  • Photo of HMCS Halifax on Patrol.
  • 24″ x 20″

Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) HALIFAX followed by HMCS FREDERICTON move into the formation during Fleet Ex on August 24, 2014.

Photo: Cpl Eric Girard, Canadian Forces Combat Camera

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Combat Logistics Patrol

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  • Photo of 4 Soldiers on Patrol.
  • 12″ x 20″

17 Aug 2011 Kandahar Afghanistan Members of the Mission Transition Task Force – Logistic Support Group (LSG) and Task Force Engineers load, move and drop off sea can accommodations to the Afghan National Army (ANA) at CAMP HERO outside the exterior of Kandahar Airfield on 17 Aug 2011. Camp HERO is an ANA Camp where the American Military mentors the ANA. The Logistic Support Group (LSG) is an organization of approximately 130 militaries and 60 civilian personnel that provide real life support to the units of the Mission Transition Task Force. LSG is comprised of 4 platoons: Transportation, Supply, Maintenance and Camp Services and a civilian component which provides welfare services to all deployed Canadian Forces personnel. The Engineer Regiment is responsible for transferring Canadian infrastructure and sites on KAF to NATO allies. Canada is striving to return all sites in as good or better condition than prior to CF arrival. The Engineer Regiment will conduct environmental remediation when necessary, support any ammunition disposal, close out fire services, and deconstruct infrastructure. Additionally, they will support the Mission Closure Unit with creating and dunnaging responsibilities, and continue the construction of the Afghan National Army seacan accommodations. The Mission Transition Task Force is comprised of approximately 1,200 personnel of all ranks that will be responsible to conduct mission closure of Operation ATHENA in order to enable the Canadian Forces to transition to subsequent operations as directed by the Government of Canada.

Photo: MCpl Dan Shouinard, Imagery Technician, Mission Transition Task Force © 2011 DND-MND Canada

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Chinook Sling Load M777

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  • Photo of Chinook Sling Loading a M777
  • 24″ x 16″

19 Jun 2011 Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan Specific A Canadian Forces CH-147 Chinook uses a sling to carry an M777 Howitzer from a forward operating base in Panjwaíi district to Kandahar Airfield as part of the draw down of the Canadian Forces from Southern Afghanistan. Task Force Kandahar continues to conduct security operations to help Afghans build a country that is more secure, stable and prosperous, and no longer a safe haven for terrorists. More training of the Afghan National Security Forces is required to meet this goal and to protect the gains for which Canadian soldiers have fought and sacrificed. Photo by Cpl. Tina Gillies, Image Tech, Roto 10, Task Force Kandahar, Afghanistan. © 2011, DND-MDN, Canada.

Photo by Cpl. Tina Gillies, Image Tech, Roto 10, Task Force Kandahar, Afghanistan. © 2011, DND-MDN, Canada.

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CF-18

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  • Photo of CF18 on patrol
  • 16″ x 20″
  • Stretched canvas on a wooden frame.

A CF-188 Hornet from the Canadian Air Task Force Lithuania flies with a Portuguese F16 Fighting Falcon over Lithuania on September 15, 2014 for the NATO Baltic Air Policing Block 36 during Operation REASSURANCE.

Photo: Cpl Gabrielle DesRochers

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4 Soldiers on Patrol

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  • Photo of 4 Soldiers on Patrol.
  • 24″ x 16″

Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment advance on an enemy position in Wainwright, Alberta during Exercise MAPLE RESOLVE on May 29, 2017.

Photo: by Sgt JF Lauzé Garrison Imaging Petawawa

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