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Canadian fighter jets hit ISIS basis near Fallujah..

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Canadian fighter jets hit ISIS basis near Fallujah..

Postby barbarossa » Mon Nov 03, 2014 2:22 pm

Defence minister Rob Nicolson confirmed today that Canadian F-18 fighter jets successfully carried out first sorties against ISIS targets near Sunni stronghold city of Fallujah in the Iraqi province of Anbar. After the mission, the aircrafts are said to be back to basis in Kuwait safe and sound.






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Re: Canadian fighter jets hit ISIS basis near Fallujah..

Postby AbdiJohnson » Mon Nov 03, 2014 2:55 pm

The Canadian military is useless. Ineffective and inefficient. They should have stayed out of this. They are embarrassing. They do one strike and it's breaking news. It took them 2 months to plan one strike
The hungry administration is taking a bigger chunk of the Armed Forces' $20-billion budget every year
A quarter of our soldiers are executives, QMI found — a ratio unparalleled in NATO.
For instance, the starting salary of a Canadian sergeant is $64,992. A French soldier of the same rank makes only $26,380.
Half of the Forces' budget is spent on salary — soldiers, personnel, and pensions — according to NATO's data
Canada's military budget is among the top 20 in the world, and yet there are 70 other countries with more soldiers.
Even though the Canadian Armed Forces is much smaller than its American counterpart, the number of bureaucrats working at its Ottawa headquarters matches the number at the Pentagon.
One is a $5-a-day stipend for soldiers in jail in Canada. The initiative aims to better rehabilitate them for release.
Canada's military spends about $700 million every year on education and training. But for the past 20 years, about 50 soldiers study abroad each year, racking up bills of tens of thousands of dollars. In one case, taxpayers forked over $246,888 in one year to send a military judge to the prestigious London School of Economics.
Only recently did the federal government adjust a provision that paid moving expenses for retiring military brass, even if they were moving within the same city.
http://www.ottawasun.com/2014/10/30/can ... -the-world

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Re: Canadian fighter jets hit ISIS basis near Fallujah..

Postby barbarossa » Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:31 pm

The Canadian military is useless. Ineffective and inefficient. They should have stayed out of this. They are embarrassing. They do one strike and it's breaking news. It took them 2 months to plan one strike
The hungry administration is taking a bigger chunk of the Armed Forces' $20-billion budget every year
A quarter of our soldiers are executives, QMI found — a ratio unparalleled in NATO.
For instance, the starting salary of a Canadian sergeant is $64,992. A French soldier of the same rank makes only $26,380.
Half of the Forces' budget is spent on salary — soldiers, personnel, and pensions — according to NATO's data
Canada's military budget is among the top 20 in the world, and yet there are 70 other countries with more soldiers.
Even though the Canadian Armed Forces is much smaller than its American counterpart, the number of bureaucrats working at its Ottawa headquarters matches the number at the Pentagon.
One is a $5-a-day stipend for soldiers in jail in Canada. The initiative aims to better rehabilitate them for release.
Canada's military spends about $700 million every year on education and training. But for the past 20 years, about 50 soldiers study abroad each year, racking up bills of tens of thousands of dollars. In one case, taxpayers forked over $246,888 in one year to send a military judge to the prestigious London School of Economics.
Only recently did the federal government adjust a provision that paid moving expenses for retiring military brass, even if they were moving within the same city.
http://www.ottawasun.com/2014/10/30/can ... -the-world

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Reform in the form of ina Trudeau perhaps?


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