A report on CFB Kingston

Main entrance of CFB Kingston

Canadian Forces Base operated by the Canadian Army located in Kingston, Ontario.

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Main entrance of CFB Kingston

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Badge of the Canadian Army

Canadian Army

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Command responsible for the operational readiness of the conventional ground forces of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Command responsible for the operational readiness of the conventional ground forces of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Badge of the Canadian Army
Various uniforms used by the Canadian militia, c. 1898
Canadian soldiers en route to South Africa in 1899
The National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa houses the headquarters for the Canadian Armed Forces, including the Commander of the Canadian Army.
Officer cadets of the Royal Military College of Canada during the 2009 Sandhurst Competition. The school is a degree-granting institution that trains officers for the Canadian Armed Forces.
A sign for 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group at the entrance to CFB Petawawa. The Mechanized Brigade Group is one of three maintained by the Regular Force.
The administration building at CFB Montreal, a Canadian Forces base used by the Canadian Army
Canadian Grenadier Guardsmen armed with C7 rifles in "arid region" CADPAT field uniforms. Behind them is an LAV III, an infantry fighting vehicle used by the Canadian Army.
An unpacked cabbage roll IMP. IMPs are issued to personnel when operating away from bases.
Members of the Royal 22e Regiment. The one undertaking public duties is wearing the regiment's full dress, while the other is wearing the Army's short-sleeved service dress.

In addition to the four regional command areas, the Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre, previously called Land Force Doctrine and Training System, commanded by a major-general and headquartered at McNaughton Barracks, CFB Kingston, Ontario, is responsible for the supervision, integration and delivery of Army training and doctrine development, including simulation and digitization.

Royal Canadian Corps of Signals

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Component within the Canadian Armed Forces' Communications and Electronics Branch, consisting of all members of that personnel branch who wear army uniform.

Component within the Canadian Armed Forces' Communications and Electronics Branch, consisting of all members of that personnel branch who wear army uniform.

Signallers receive their training at CFB Kingston, Ontario, at the Canadian Forces School of Communication and Electronics (CFSCE).

Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre

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The Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre (CADTC) (French: Centre de doctrine et d'instruction de l'Armée canadienne), formerly the Land Force Doctrine and Training System (LFDTS), is a formation of the Canadian Army headquartered at McNaughton Barracks, CFB Kingston, Ontario.

Kingston, Ontario

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City in Ontario, Canada.

City in Ontario, Canada.

"View of Frontenac or Cataracoui in 1759". Watercolour map depicting Fort Frontenac.
Fort Henry Guard practice drill, Fort Henry
Market Square, early 20th century
Line of defence: three Martello towers (Shoal Tower, Fort Frederick, Cathcart Tower). A fourth tower, Murney Tower, is southwest of this location.
Kingston City Hall and the Market Battery, 1857
Fort Henry, 2015
Main gate, CFB Kingston
Sydenham Street Methodist Church in 1910. It was built in 1852 and later expanded.
Coat of Arms
Architecture of Princess Street
Leon's Centre (renamed from "K-Rock Centre")
Theological Hall at Queen's University
Collins Bay Institution
Postcard of the Y.M.C.A. Building in Kingston c. 1908
Royal Military College of Canada robotic sailboat

Canadian Forces Base Kingston (includes the Royal Military College of Canada and military and civilian personnel) 9,642

1st Canadian Infantry Division formation patch

1st Canadian Division

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1st Canadian Infantry Division formation patch
Canadian field comforts commission insert found in "With the First Canadian Contingent", Canadian Government publication from 1915.
Infantry and Bren gun carriers of The West Nova Scotia Regiment in training at Aldershot, Hampshire, England, December 1939.
Canadian troops of The Carleton and York Regiment move inland from the beaches after landing in Sicily, 13 July 1943.
Infantrymen of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment and tanks from the Three Rivers Regiment during the Battle for Ortona, December 1943.
Formation sign used to identify vehicles of the 1st Canadian Infantry Division during the war.

The 1st Canadian Division (French: 1re Division du Canada ) is a joint operational command and control formation based at CFB Kingston, and falls under Canadian Joint Operations Command.

Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay

Canadian Forces base

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Military installation of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Military installation of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay

CFB Kingston

Peace Support Training Centre

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The Peace Support Training Centre (PSTC; Centre de formation pour le soutien de la paix), is located at McNaughton Barracks, CFB Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and is a subordinate unit of the Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre.

Badge of the RCN

Royal Canadian Navy

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Naval force of Canada.

Naval force of Canada.

Badge of the RCN
HMCS Québec, former HMS Uganda, was one of many ships commissioned by the RCN in the Second World War. Expanding substantially during the war, the RCN had become the world's fifth-largest navy by 1945.
Four F2H-3 Banshee fly overhead . Bonaventure was the last aircraft carrier in service with the RCN.
departing Halifax for the Persian Gulf as part of the Coalition forces. Canada deployed three ships in support of Operation Desert Shield, and later Operation Desert Storm
CFB Halifax serves as the headquarters for RCN units from Maritime Forces Atlantic.
CFB Esquimalt serves as the headquarters for RCN units from Maritime Forces Pacific.
, one of 12 multi-role frigates in service with RCN
A Royal Canadian Air Force CP-140 Aurora. The aircraft is used by the RCAF as a maritime patrol aircraft.
A CH-124 Sea King lowers a crewman onto the deck of USNS Yukon during RIMPAC 2012
Construction of at Halifax Shipyard in May 2018
A naval officer's commission with the Canadian Armed Forces
The Queen's Colour
The Halifax Memorial in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dedicated to Canadian servicemen and women who died at sea during both World Wars.
The Montreal Clock Tower in Montreal, Quebec. Dedicated to Canadian sailors who died during the First World War.
The Royal Canadian Naval Association Naval Memorial in Burlington, Ontario. Commemorates members of the RCN and Canadian Merchant Navy that served in the Second World War.
The Royal Canadian Navy Monument in Ottawa, Ontario. Commemorates those who served, or are serving in the RCN.

Naval officers are trained at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, the Royal Military College Saint-Jean in Saint-Jean, Quebec, Naval Officer Training Centre (NOTC) Venture and Naval Fleet School (Pacific) in Esquimalt, British Columbia, and Naval Fleet School (Atlantic) in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Branch badge

Communications and Electronics Branch

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Personnel branch of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).

Personnel branch of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).

Branch badge
Flag of the Communications and Electronics Branch

Home station: CFB Kingston, Ontario

Garrison Golf and Curling Club

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Garrison Golf & Curling Club is a golf and curling club, located within CFB Kingston in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.