It has been six months since I’ve written. Here is an update.
General’s apartment rental tab picked up by taxpayers for the last seven years. This article in the National Post by David Pugliese caught my attention – and made me rather angry. I’ve written about Imposed Restriction (IR) before and the 2012 budget cuts to IR. I do not know LGen Wynnyk. I do not knowContinue reading “Why Imposed Restriction is sometimes necessary”
I know it is still six months before the winter holidays and New Year’s. But I wanted to tell you this news. During the months of July, August, September, Operation Santa Claus is in full swing packaging up gift boxes to ship to soldiers, sailors, and air crew who are deployed during the winter holidayContinue reading “Christmas in July”
A couple of my readers have contacted me and asked me about “screening messages.” For those of you who are unfamiliar with this term, a screening message is a notification sent to a military member prior to posting or deployment. This message details all of the requirements prior to a posting or deployment. For example,Continue reading “Screening Message”
My husband is an Officer in the Canadian Army. This means occasionally he is assigned to a mission that takes him away from home. This is called a deployment. Some training assignments are short, only a few weeks long. Some are much longer and can be up to one year long. These deployments can beContinue reading “Conquer Chaos on Deployment”