Soldado alemán con un rifle de asalto StG 44. 1943.
Canadian soldiers saluting as tanks roll past in Afghanistan.
21. Infanterie on
Panzer IV camouflaged with armor skirts, on exercise northern france 1943
A Canadian special forces ''JTF 2'' soldier talking on the radio during a winter warfare exercise.
Lady warrior at Jidai Festival, Kyoto, Japan: photo by デジカメ自由人
Canada's military mission in Afghanistan
A Canadian soldier takes a position during a patrol in Arghandab, a district of Kandahar province, on July 6, 2008. Canada's combat mission ends in 2011 and a greatly expanded training mission will replace it. Allauddin Khan/Associated Press
Iltis (Canada). Brings back memories. Some pretty darn cold!
The Canadian Memorial Statue (2001) was erected by Canadian Veterans of the Korean War. The memorial statue consists of two children being carried by a soldier; each child is holding 21 hibiscus and maple leaves represent the 21 Canadian MIAs in the war. The name of the each fallen Canadian soldier is placed at the base of the memorial along with epitaph “We will never forget you brave sons of Canada”.
The Victoria Cross is a military decoration of Canada. Created in 1993 it is the highest honour in the Canadian honours system, taking precedence over all other orders, decorations, and medals. It is awarded by either the Canadian monarch or his or her viceregal representative, the Governor General of Canada, to any member of the Canadian Forces or allies serving under or with Canadian military command for extraordinary valour and devotion to duty while facing hostile forces.
Canadian Pacific Holiday Train
Female member of the Canadian ISAF force in Afganistan.