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Message in a Bottle

Message in a Bottle

Message in a bottle: the discovery of a young medical officer’s map from the 1917 Battle of Hill 70.  The map, entitled “Loos 36° NW3,’”was drawn by 24-year-old Captain Alexander Edward MacDonald in fall 1917 and was found in his old surgery textbook. MacDonald’s map depicts the positions of Canadian frontlines and medical units after the Battle of Hill 70.    ...

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The RCMSA Website has a new area, just for you the Members’ Photo Gallery Members are encouraged to ad a few of their photos to this area specifically to share RCAMC/RCMS/CFMS related photos that make you think or say:  “wow”, “that’s cool”, “impressive”,  ”news to me stuff”…… Action photos of individual/groups on exercise/deployments are also great. Please send your photo’s for posting to;...

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Twenty years after servicing a six-month tour as IFOR Theatre Surgeon in Bosnia-Herzegovina, former FMC Command Surgeon, Colonel Peter Green has agreed to share some observations from his tour. Letters from Sarajevo examine the military medical facilities and resource in support of NATO operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina based on personal visits to all force medical installations during the period January – June 1996.  The letters...

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Staying Informed/Restez au courant

Staying Informed/Restez au courant

RCMS/CFHSG Change of Command A formal dinner was held at the Army Ottawa Mess June 9, 2015 on the occasion of the Change of Command between MGen Bernier and BGen MacKay . Click here to view photos.         Canadian Forces Health Services Training Centre News Letter (Winter 2015)                  ...

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