A report on Walter Natynczyk

Natynczyk in July 2008

Canadian public servant and retired Canadian Army general who has served as Deputy Minister of Veterans Affairs from 2014 to 2021.

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Natynczyk in July 2008

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Canadian Space Agency

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National space agency of Canada, established in 1990 by the Canadian Space Agency Act.

National space agency of Canada, established in 1990 by the Canadian Space Agency Act.

Canadarm (right) during Space Shuttle mission STS-72
The Mobile Base System just before Canadarm2 installed it on the Mobile Transporter during STS-111
Alouette 1 was the first satellite built by a country other than the United States or Soviet Union.
A Canadian Black Brant XII launching from Wallops Flight Facility

August 6, 2013 – November 3, 2014—Walter Natynczyk

Badge of the Canadian Armed Forces

Canadian Armed Forces

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Unified military of Canada, including sea, land, and air elements referred to as the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army, and Royal Canadian Air Force.

Unified military of Canada, including sea, land, and air elements referred to as the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army, and Royal Canadian Air Force.

Badge of the Canadian Armed Forces
Uniforms of the Canadian militia in 1898. The Canadian Armed Forces traces its roots to the militia.
Soldiers of the 2nd Canadian Division behind a Mark II female tank during the Battle of Vimy Ridge
Two armourers of No. 440 Squadron RCAF, re-arming a Hawker Typhoon. By the end of the Second World War, Canada possessed the fourth-largest air force in the world.
Soldiers from the Canadian Grenadier Guards in Afghanistan. The Canadian Forces were in Afghanistan as a part of the NATO-led United Nations International Security Assistance Force until 2011.
Construction of a at Halifax Shipyard in 2018. The ship emerged from the Arctic Patrol Ship project.
A member of the Canadian Armed Forces briefs Vermont Army National Guard soldiers on the integration of women into the forces
The Armed Forces Council is the senior military body of the Canadian Forces. The Council typically operates from Pearkes building in Ottawa.
of the Royal Canadian Navy departs Pearl Harbor for the at-sea phase of RIMPAC 2014
Soldiers from Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry conducting an exercise during RIMPAC 2012
A Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornet over Iraq in support of Operation Impact
Members of the Canadian Special Operations Regiment during a freefall jump out of a USAF C-17 Globemaster III. The regiment is one of five units that make up CANSOFCOM.
A Canadian Rangers training camp in Alert, Nunavut. The Canadian Rangers are a sub-component of the Canadian Armed Forces reserve force.
Members of The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa, an infantry regiment of the Primary Reserve, march through Ottawa, Ontario
Operational dress uniforms for the three branches of the Canadian Armed Forces, shown here with naval rank insignia.
The Royal 22nd Regiment parading in full dress for the 400th anniversary of Quebec City. The Canadian Army's universal full dress includes a scarlet tunic, and midnight blue trousers.

Then Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Walter Natynczyk said later that year that, while recruiting has become more successful, the Forces was facing a problem with its rate of loss of existing members, which increased between 2006 and 2008 from 6% to 9.2% annually.

The Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (SSI) of Multi-National Corps – Iraq (MNC-I).

Multi-National Corps – Iraq

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Formerly multinational, later U.S. only, army corps created on 15 May 2004, fighting the Iraq War.

Formerly multinational, later U.S. only, army corps created on 15 May 2004, fighting the Iraq War.

The Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (SSI) of Multi-National Corps – Iraq (MNC-I).
Areas of Responsibility in Iraq as at 30 April 2004

Canadian Major Generals Walter Natynczyk, Peter Devlin, and Nicholas Matern served as Deputy Commanding Generals of Multi-National Corps – Iraq.

Veterans Affairs Canada

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Department within the Government of Canada with responsibility for pensions, benefits and services for war veterans, retired and still-serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), their families, as well as some civilians.

Department within the Government of Canada with responsibility for pensions, benefits and services for war veterans, retired and still-serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), their families, as well as some civilians.

2014-2021 — Walt Natynczyk

General Lawson speaking to press

Thomas J. Lawson

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Retired Royal Canadian Air Force general.

Retired Royal Canadian Air Force general.

General Lawson speaking to press
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On August 27, 2012, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the appointment of Lawson as Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS), replacing General Walter Natynczyk.