List of Those Being Awarded Meritorious Service Decorations On Tuesday

by:ShunDing     2019-12-19
GG\'s press release: Ottawa-
His Excellency David Johnston, Governor and Commanderin-
The chief executive of Canada will issue 35 medals of merit (
Military Department)
Members of the Canadian armed forces and allied forces.
Awards ceremony will be held on Tuesday, February 18, 2014, 10:30 held. m.
In many halls.
3 Meritorious crosses will be awarded by the Governor (
Military Department)
32 medals for Meritorious Service (
Military Department)
Pay tribute to those individuals who have made concrete achievements, who have brought honor to the Canadian Armed Forces and Canada.
Gift service etiquette Service Cross (
Military Department)Brigadier-
General Kenneth Andrei colboulderM. M. , M. S. C. , C. D. St. Albert, Alta. Lieutenant-
Conrad in Joseph in John in M alcove\'s ColonelS. C. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont.
Captain Alan Noble. S. C. Burnaby, B. C.
Medal of Merit (
Military Department)
Major Joseph Henry Christian BergeronS. M. , C. D. Trois-Rivières, Que.
Lieutenant Joseph Damian Roger biportS. M. , C. D. Lasalle, Que.
Major Scott Charles Alfred brandS. M. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont. Brigadier-General Jack L. Briggs II, M. S. M. (
(US Air Force)
Spokane, Washington, United States of AmericaS. A. Lieutenant-
Commander Douglas Ian CampbellS. M. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont.
Colonel Kenneth chaudd. M. M. , M. S. M. , C. D. Barrhaven, Ont. Lieutenant-
Colonel Joseph Marcel Edmund chevariS. M. , C. D. Cap-aux-
Melle, Les-de-la-Madeleine, Que.
Commander Jeffrey Campbell cremanagaS. M. , C. D.
Kindersley, Sask.
Colonel Grant Fernand Damm. S. M. , C. D. Montréal, Que.
Colonel Peter sumson Road. S. M. , C. D. Edmonton, Alta.
Captain Gregory Allen DixonS. M. , C. D. Gladstone, Man. Captain(N)
Haydn Clyde EdmunsonS. M. , C. D.
B. Port NobleC.
Islamic captain Elkorazati, M. S. M. Toronto, Ont.
Colonel Philip Frederick Charles galbartM. M. , M. S. M. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont.
Colonel Michael Richard GibsonS. M. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont.
Chief Search Warrant Officer, Mr. Stuart Gordon HartnellM. M. , M. S. M. , C. D. Weston, Ont. Brigadier-
General Douglas Craig HiltonM. M. , M. S. M. , C. D.
Fort Churchill, Man.
1st Sergeant Jeffrey KennyS. M. , C. D. Yarmouth, N. S. Sub-
Lieutenant David Ronald Lewis. S. M. London, Ont.
Colonel Norman Peter literiniS. M. (
American army)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of AmericaS. A. Lieutenant-
Colonel M. Silver MaynardS. M. , C. D.
Computer system, Que.
Captain Alan Noble. S. M. Burnaby, B. C. Captain(N)
Rebecca Louis PattersonS. M. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont. Lieutenant-
Colonel Paul Gregory PikelS. M. , C. D. Toronto, Ont.
Colonel Jean François Riffou, M. S. M. *, C. D.
* This is Colonel Riffou\'s second medal of merit. Québec, Que.
2nd Chief Sergeant Daniel William LuoS. M. , C. D. Parsboro, N. S.
Sergeant Jesse David Sheller. S. M. Edmonton, Alta.
Captain Shane Alexander SmithS. M. , C. D. Dartmouth, N. S.
Colonel Gregory Ronald SmithS. M. , C. D. Oshawa, Ont.
Major Leonard KerryGeorge, M. S. M. , C. D. Ottawa, Ont.
Search warrant officer Alan Roy UPPS. M. , C. D.
Brook point Hotel New YorkL. Captain(N)
Douglas Michael Charles YoungS. M. , C. D. Halifax, N. S.
Please note that the information in this media consultation reflects the level of recipients at the time of the event.
Medal of Merit (
Military Department)
Cross of meritorious service (
Military Department)Brigadier-
General Kenneth Andrei colboulderM. M. , M. S. C. , C. D. St.
Alberta Albert serves as deputy commander of Regional Command (South)
Headquarters from October 2010 to October 2011, Brigadier General-
General korboulder showed leadership, combat ability
Experience and results tested
It has contributed significantly to the success of international military operations in southern Afghanistan.
He works in different combat spaces and across multiple lines of business, creating a clear and direct path for his organization to move forward. Brigadier-
General korbord\'s efforts are crucial to the success of many countries in Afghanistan, which highlights Canada\'s role in achieving stability in the country. Lieutenant-
Conrad in Joseph in John in M alcove\'s ColonelS. C. , C. D.
On May to November 2010, Ottawa, Ontario served as commander of the Royal Canadian mission\'s Afghanistan combat team
Colonel Mialkowski consolidated Canada\'s reputation as a reliable ally and set an example for his soldiers.
He is an innovative commander, leading from the front line, who used his understanding of the dynamic anti-system in Kandahar province
It has a great impact on the rebel environment. Lieutenant-
Colonel Mialkowski\'s outstanding performance as a leader and soldier is critical to the success of the Canadian Armed Forces in complex areas of operation.
Captain Alan Noble. S. C.
On October 27, 2011, in bennaby, British Columbia, Captain Noble, commander on the 915 rescue aircraft, was assigned to rescue two people trapped in the Fox basin near the Nunavut ice house.
The mission will require more than kilometres of travel, far exceeding the maximum number of flight days for the crew.
Despite the limitations of the aircraft, the harsh weather conditions and the complex operational conditions, Captain Noble skillfully planned and carried out his mission, saving the lives of two hunters, and rescued three technicians who helped search and rescue by parachuting.
Medal of Merit (
Military Department)
Major Joseph Henry Christian BergeronS. M. , C. D. Trois-
From July 2012 to July 2013, major rivires of Quebec served on the Sinai Peninsula as a member and observer for the multinational force on behalf of Canada.
After analyzing the previous infiltration of the combatants into the North camp, he updated the protection plan for the troops.
He also implemented a number of projects to improve the living conditions of members of the force.
Major Bergeron\'s efforts in a difficult task helped to improve the efficiency of the organization\'s operations.
Lieutenant Joseph Damian Roger biportS. M. , C. D.
From August 2010 to May 2011, Warrant officer Bibaud was assigned to Canada\'s Tactical Helicopter Squadron in Afghanistan as a planner for all maintenance operations in Lhasa, Quebec.
He has made a great contribution to the success of the operation, and has developed meticulous aviation plans that are essential for transporting troops and equipment during the squadron\'s disaster relief period.
Officer bibaaud demonstrated leadership and excellence in a complex multinational environment, thus bringing great honor to the Canadian Armed Forces and Canada.
Major Scott Charles Alfred brandS. M. , C. D.
From February to November 2012, in Ottawa, Ontario, major brand, as the chief of staff of the joint garrison center, demonstrated a critical leadership role in the training and deployment of Afghan National Army soldiers.
He has established a united organization among Canadian, Afghan and coalition personnel and has provided important guidance and informed advice to help the efficiency of the Centre\'s operations.
Major brand\'s performance ensured the successful deployment of more than 15 000 soldiers and equipment worth millions of dollars, bringing great honor to the Canadian armed forces. Brigadier-General Jack L. Briggs II, M. S. M. (
(US Air Force)
From July 2011 to October 2013, Spokane, Washington, USA, served as Air Canada division/deputy air force commander, joint/joint force, regional headquarters, NORAD, Canada
General Briggs played an important role in the successful implementation of the North American air defense mission and the domestic operations and international combat and support missions of the Canadian armed forces. Brigadier-
General Briggs\'s performance has strengthened our relationship with US allies and contributed to our continued pursuit of North American security goals. Lieutenant-
Commander Douglas Ian CampbellS. M. , C. D.
January to June 2012, Lieutenant, Ottawa, Ontario
Commander Campbell traveled to the Arabian Sea on Her Majesty\'s Canadian Ship Charlottetown.
As an executive officer, he demonstrated leadership critical to maintaining crew readiness and contributed directly to the effectiveness of the vessel in both operations.
Whether it\'s fire fighting, contact with foreign dignitaries, or personally involved in boarding operations, Lieutenant-
Commander Campbell has made a great contribution to the success of the mission with professional spirit and dedication.
Colonel Kenneth chaudd. M. M. , M. S. M. , C. D.
Barrhaven, Ontario 2011 2013 Colonel Chada Cotton\'s performance is crucial to successfully plan and implement the drill JOINTEX will take, one of the most ambitious joint training efforts ever undertaken by the Canadian armed forces.
As the head of the exercise program, he developed a training support framework and methodology that successfully synchronized the efforts of countless people and organizations.
Without the efforts and leadership of Colonel Chadder, this complex training activity would not be a final success. Lieutenant-
Colonel Joseph Marcel Edmund chevariS. M. , C. D. Cap-aux-
Melle, Les-de-la-
Madeline, Quebec, has served as commander of the 2nd Canadian rangers patrol since January 2010, Lieutenant-
Colonel Chevarie stood out by unswervingly promoting the development, training and contribution of Canadian Rangers, especially Canadian juvenile Rangers.
His vision and forward thinking helped the Canadian Rangers take the lead
Enable them to perform their duties more effectively.
Commander Jeffrey Campbell cremanagaS. M. , C. D.
On March to November 2012, Commander Saskatchewan sley aga was sent to Afghanistan, and he performed well as J7 of his deputy commander
The special operations force organized and served as a senior Canadian officer at the egos camp.
He planned, coordinated and implemented equipment procurement and supervised infrastructure construction, which greatly improved the capacity of the Afghan National Army while ensuring full support for Canadian personnel.
Colonel Grant Fernand Damm. S. M. , C. D.
From July 2010 to July 2011, Colonel Dame was deployed as chief of staff to the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti in Montreal, Quebec, while coordinating the efforts of more than United Nations personnel.
Nevertheless, in the face of the simultaneous disasters of cholera, violence and bad weather, he helped the mission achieve outstanding results, especially in hurricane relief and the security of presidential elections.
Colonel Dame\'s leadership and professional ethics directly contributed to the success of the task and enhanced Canada\'s international reputation.
Colonel Peter sumson Road. S. M. , C. D.
Edmonton, Alberta, served as deputy commander of the NATO Canadian contingent\'s Afghanistan training mission from April 2011 to February 2012, and Colonel Dawe did a very good job during the establishment of the task force.
He oversees the planning and implementation of all activities of the task force and develops constructive relations with other countries and civil partners.
Through his leadership, Colonel Dawe played a key role in improving the capacity of Afghan forces and brought great honor to the Canadian armed forces.
Captain Gregory Allen DixonS. M. , C. D.
Mr. Alan Noble, Captain Greenstone ManitobaS. M.
Search warrant officer Alan Roy Auburn, BC, CanadaS. M. , C. D.
On February 11, 2011, in the Corner Brook of Newfoundland and Labrador, Captain Dixon, then the first officer, Captain Noble, commander of the aircraft, and Officer Upshall, flight engineer, boarded helicopter rescue 903, the mission is to carry out medical evacuation of a sailor from a fishing boat.
The combination of darkness, bad weather and ocean conditions and many obstacles in the surrounding area makes this challenging rescue very dangerous.
In this extreme case, the professional spirit of the crew led to the successful completion of the task. Captain(N)
Haydn Clyde EdmunsonS. M. , C. D.
From July 2011 to July 2012, in Port Noble Lam, BC, deployed to Afghanistan, Captain Ed Munson delivered an inspiring performance to the director general of police development as chief of staff.
He facilitated major changes within the organization, while playing a key leadership role in the Canadian contingent.
In addition, his actions during the attacks in the security zone in Kabul were crucial to protecting those near him.
Captain Ed Munson is much more outstanding.
A multifaceted contribution is critical to the success of the mission.
Islamic captain Elkorazati, M. S. M.
From September 2011 to September 2012, in Toronto, Ontario, Captain Elkorazati\'s efforts as a liaison officer between the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force and the Syrian authorities were crucial to maintaining communication during the intense internal conflict.
Whether it is sailing at an illegal checkpoint, resolving an emergency in a ceasefire zone, or providing a front line
He risked safety every day to receive guidance from other officials.
Captain Elkorazati\'s leadership and demeanor contribute to the force\'s ability to communicate with the Syrian authorities and directly to the success of the operation.
Colonel Philip Frederick Charles galbartM. M. , M. S. M. , C. D.
Colonel Garbutt of Ottawa, Ontario, as a senior Canadian adviser to the Afghan border police, cannot be overemphasized in terms of knowledge and expertise.
He helped improve the day from August 2011 to July 2012to-
Accelerate the development of the force and move it towards itselfsufficiency.
His most important achievement is his work on the border agreement between Afghanistan, Pakistan and the coalition.
Colonel galbart\'s leadership and ability to bring together different international parties to develop a stronger border force to strengthen security in Afghanistan.
Colonel Michael Richard GibsonS. M. , C. D.
From February 2010 to June 2013, Colonel Gibson demonstrated expertise in criminal law and military justice in his capacity as deputy attorney general in Ottawa, Ontario (
Military Justice).
He leads ongoing efforts to advance Bill C.
15. the Law on strengthening the defense of military justice in Canada, a strategic policy, was finally approved by the Crown of the Act in June 2013.
Colonel Gibson\'s dedication and leadership have strengthened Canada\'s military justice system and the operational effectiveness of the Canadian armed forces.
Chief Search Warrant Officer, Mr. Stuart Gordon HartnellM. M. , M. S. M. , C. D.
Weston, Ontario, Sergeant of the battle group
Mainly in Afghanistan from April to November 2010, Chief admission officer Hartnell is Gao
Strength counter
Rebel action.
He was tenacious and disciplined in the fighting, and as an example for others to follow, he was respected throughout the Army.
Whether it is to advise the commander or to lead the soldiers in the battle, chief lieutenant Hartnell has shown impressive leadership and soldier capabilities, which has been shown to be a battle against the combat teamBrigadier-
General Douglas Craig HiltonM. M. , M. S. M. , C. D.
Fort Churchill, Manitoba since 2009
General Hilton has shown professional spirit, dedication and institutional leadership in advancing professional military education.
He raised the standards of our safety professionals to the level of international respect and recognition.
He is also known for teaching students insight and understanding of Canadian political necessity. Brigadier-
The efforts of General Hilton have brought great honor to the Canadian Army and Canada.
1st Sergeant Jeffrey KennyS. M. , C. D.
As head of the signal intelligence team in February to November 2012, Nova Scotia Yarmouth\'s 1st-level Kenny sergeant has made a huge contribution to improving the protection of coalition forces in Kabul.
He worked tirelessly to improve tactics, techniques and procedures related to intelligence collection and dissemination.
He also enhanced his understanding of the threat and facilitated the identification and interception of rebel networks.
Through these achievements, the 1st-level Kenny Sergeant established his own leadership in his field and greatly enhanced the reputation of the Canadian armed forces in Afghanistan. Sub-
Lieutenant David Ronald Lewis. S. M.
London, Ontario
Lieutenant Lewis has shown outstanding initiative, leadership and dedication in the creation of the Atlantic Memorial and Naval Memorial Park campaign in London, Ontario.
From May 2009 to May 2010, he played an important role in the concept, design and creation of the Memorial Hall recognized by the country, which commemorates the brave young Canadian who lost their lives in maritime fighting.
His hard work has attracted the attention of our history at home and abroad. Sub-
Lieutenant Lewis has gone beyond creating a legacy for all Canadians.
Colonel Norman Peter literiniS. M. (
American army)
From July 2011 to June 2013, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA served as deputy chief of staff of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Command and then as deputy chief of staff of the Canadian Joint Operations Command, colonel litterini played a key role in transforming the operational command triad of the Canadian Armed Forces into a single structure.
He demonstrated extraordinary leadership and drive to effectively accomplish this shift while ensuring that employees are focused on supporting operations.
Colonel Litterini\'s clear vision and insight have brought great benefits to the Canadian Army and honor to the American army. Lieutenant-
Colonel M. Silver MaynardS. M. , C. D.
Lieutenant Quebec Sherbrooke
Colonel Maynard was sent to Libya in March to May 2011 to support NATO operations. As CF-
18 detachment commander, despite time constraints, successfully organized the rapid deployment of troops and provided stable leadership on the front line during his mission.
He worked with local authorities to solve some business problems and was able to integrate new capabilities smoothly. Lieutenant-
Colonel Maynard is critical to the success of the operation. Captain(N)
Rebecca Louis PattersonS. M. , C. D.
From July 2011 to July 2012, Captain Patterson was sent to Afghanistan as captain of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the armed forces. Through her in-
Her in-depth knowledge of the health system has greatly improved the level of medical training provided by the institution and paved the way for its continuous improvement.
Captain Patterson\'s active leadership, professional spirit and extensive medical knowledge have cultivated the level of excellence of this key institution and brought great honor to the Canadian armed forces. Lieutenant-
Colonel Paul Gregory PikelS. M. , C. D.
Ontario deputy Toronto
Colonel Pikel was sent to Sierra Leone from October 2011 to June 2012 as commander of the Canadian force in the international military training and advisory training team.
His leadership, vision and insight are critical to the preparation of the country\'s armed forces for the deployment of peacekeeping missions and for security operations in support of national elections. Lieutenant-
Colonel Pikel\'s performance has improved the capacity of the armed forces of the Republic of Sierra Leone and also increased Canada\'s reputation in the country.
Colonel Jean François Riffou, M. S. M. *, C. D.
Quebec, Quebec, served as commander of the Jerusalem task force from August 2011 to May 2012, and Colonel Riffou led the Canadian contingent to support the security sector reform of the Palestinian Authority.
His extensive experience and knowledge capabilities help lay the foundation for major changes within the organization of the United States security coordinator.
His work helped to strengthen the role of the Canadian armed forces in the mission and to consolidate Canada\'s reputation as an important partner in the Middle East.
* This is Colonel Riffou\'s second medal of merit.
2nd Chief Sergeant Daniel William LuoS. M. , C. D.
On December 28 and 2012, passboro, Nova Scotia, as the chief ship friend of Her Majesty\'s Canadian Ship, asabassan, chief Sergeant level 2nd Rowe showed technical acumen and perseverance in carrying out important repairs to the ship\'s streamer at sea.
Working in Gale
Strong winds and three-to five-
He stopped the ship from stranding.
The initiative and unremitting efforts of the 2nd-level general Sergeant Luo directly led to the safe return of asabashkan.
Sergeant Jesse David Sheller. S. M.
In Edmonton, Alberta, Sergeant Scheller was deployed to the integrated garrison center from May 2011 to February 2012, greatly improving the equipment efficiency of the newly formed Afghan National Army.
He worked directly with Afghan commanders and Alliance mentors from 10 different countries to overcome language and cultural barriers and overhaul the equipment and vehicle deployment process.
Sergeant Scheller\'s leadership and innovative thinking have greatly contributed to the deployment of more than 11 000 Afghan soldiers and their equipment.
Captain Shane Alexander SmithS. M. , C. D.
On February to November 2012, Captain Smith was deployed to the Kabul Military Training Center, and through his excellent guidance, the ability and confidence of the medical staff of the Afghan National Army were improved.
In addition, his performance following the massive propane explosion in July 4, 2012 was crucial to effectively manage this mass casualty situation and set an example for Afghan personnel to follow.
Captain Smith demonstrated his leadership and superb medical knowledge throughout the journey, bringing great honor to the Canadian Armed Forces and Canada.
Colonel Gregory Ronald SmithS. M. , C. D.
On March to November 2012, as deputy commander of the NATO training mission in Afghanistan, Colonel Smith demonstrated dedication, strategic vision and leadership that are essential to achieving the effectiveness of the Canadian contingent.
He led more than 900 people and worked tirelessly to improve Canada\'s contribution to NATO leaders.
Colonel Smith\'s strategic vision, diplomacy and professional spirit are critical to the success of the mission and bring great honor to the Canadian Armed Forces and Canada.
Major Leonard KerryGeorge, M. S. M. , C. D.
July 2006-October 2008, officer, Army Central Regional casualty authority, Ottawa, Ontario
George coordinated the repatriation of 81 soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
As a liaison between the death repatriation organization and the families of the deceased, he went out of his way to ensure that all possible respect for their wishes was done during the most difficult times. Major St.
George\'s dedication, dedication and compassion in an extremely difficult environment set him the standard of exemplary performance. Captain(N)
Douglas Michael Charles YoungS. M. , C. D.
Captain, Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 2009-September 2012 (N)
The young assistant chief of staff for operations preparation of the Atlantic Maritime Force/Atlantic Joint Task Force is the driving force behind the successful reshaping of the structure of maritime operations.
Thanks to his leadership, the newly established National Maritime Department command has received a great deal of national and international acclaim.
Captain, keep his professional keen under great pressure (N)
Young has brought great honor to the Canadian Army.
The decoration of the Meritorious Service includes the military department and the civil department. Each department has two grades: Medals and crosses.
The military division recognizes the outstanding professional spirit of individuals and honors them for the Canadian Armed Forces and Canada.
The civil service recognizes individuals who carry out special acts or activities that bring honor to the community or Canada.
Cross of meritorious service (
Military Department)
Recognition of military conduct or activities carried out in an outstanding professional manner, according to rare high standards, has brought considerable benefit or honor to the Canadian armed forces.
Medal of Meritorious Service (
Military Department)
According to very high standards that bring benefits or honors to the Canadian armed forces, military acts or activities carried out in a highly professional manner are recognized.
These decorations are an important part of the Canadian honor system, which recognizes excellence.
The Medal of Merit is awarded an achievement or an activity for a specific period of time.
The Medal of Merit is open to Canadians and non-CanadiansCanadians.
Anyone can nominate a person for the civil division of the Medal of Merit, and the military candidate is recommended by the chief of defense staff.
Nominations and Awards can be pursued, but no nominations for events will be accepted before June 1984 (the year in which the honor was originally generated.
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