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Apr 12, 2010 · "Cyprus 1974: This Ain t No Picnic, It s War " is the edited personal diary of Alain Gaudet, a twenty-two-year-old paratrooper with the Canadian Forces in a peacekeeping role in Nicosia, Cyprus. The diary is a fascinating look at daily life from the soldiers viewpoint.

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Virtually every Canadian infantry battalion did at least one Cyprus tour and most did several. Armoured regiments and at least one artillery regiment also took their turn. With Suez, Cyprus, and a number of other smaller missions, peacekeeping was established as a central feature of Canadian foreign policy. Jul 20, 2013 · Unfortunately, the bravery shown on Cyprus was not without sacrifice. 9 UN peacekeepers were killed, and many were wounded. Canada lost two members of the Canadian Airborne Regiment: Private Lionel Perron was only 20 years old when he was killed by hostile action on August 6th, 1974. Get this from a library! No. 1 Commando Group Canadian Airborne Regiment, Cyprus, 1974 = 1er Groupement de Commando Régiment aéroporté du Canada, Chypre, 1974..

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Apr 12, 2010 · "Cyprus 1974: This Ain t No Picnic, It s War " is the edited personal diary of Alain Gaudet, a twenty-two-year-old paratrooper with the Canadian Forces in a peacekeeping role in Nicosia, Cyprus. The diary is a fascinating look at daily life from the soldiers viewpoint. (UNFICYP) during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. Colonel John Joly (Retd), Major- General Cameron Ross (Retd), Captain Terrance Swan (Retd) and Chief Warrant Officer Tom Walton (Retd) each provided an individual perspective on their time serving as part of the On 1 Apr 1974, 1 Commando Group (1 Commando and 1 Airborne Field Squadron, Canadian Military Engineers), were sent on the Regiment's first peacekeeping mission, a 9-month tour of duty on Cyprus as the Canadian contingent of United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP). On 6 Apr the Group was tasked with the Nicosia sector. Canadian Airborne Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario. 5,896 likes · 26 talking about this. The group was created for the members of our fine Regiment, our...

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Airborne Brotherhood Commemorative Stone In recognition of a $160 (Cdn) donation to the Canadian Airborne Forces Museum, and upon confirmation of eligibility, a commemorative grey granite stone (6" x 10") will be engraved and placed in the Canadian Airborne Forces Memorial Park. United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) is a United Nations peacekeeping force that was established under United Nations Security Council Resolution 186 in 1964 to prevent a recurrence of fighting following intercommunal violence between the Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, to contribute to the maintenance and restoration of ...

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A Turkish general who admitted that the Turks had set mosques on fire in Cyprus died - January 5, 2016 Timeline of the Cypriot issue - December 20, 2014 View all

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In December, the Canadian Airborne Regiment returned from a tour of peacekeeping duty in Cyprus that had witnessed the picturesque island torn apart by a new round of bitter fighting between the Greek and Turkish communities. This left the Turkish Army in control of nearly half of the island.

Virtually every Canadian infantry battalion did at least one Cyprus tour and most did several. Armoured regiments and at least one artillery regiment also took their turn. With Suez, Cyprus, and a number of other smaller missions, peacekeeping was established as a central feature of Canadian foreign policy. Apr 23, 2009 · In the summer of 1974, the United Nations mission in Cyprus was 10-years old and approximately 500 members of the Canadian Airborne Regiment were deployed to Cyprus as peacekeepers. In April of 1974, 1 Commando and 1AB Field Squadron were sent to the Mediterranean island of Cyprus in rotation of the United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP.) A few short months later fighting broke out between Cypriot forces in the capital Nicosia and UNFICYP was put on alert. Cyprus 1974 days of disaster. Books. No. 1 Commando Group, Canadian Airborne Regiment, Cyprus 1974 1er Groupement de Commando, Régiment Aéroporté du Canada, Chypre ... Apr 23, 2009 · In the summer of 1974, the United Nations mission in Cyprus was 10-years old and approximately 500 members of the Canadian Airborne Regiment were deployed to Cyprus as peacekeepers.

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THE REGIMENT IN CYPRUS Last year was the 15th Anniversary of the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus in 1974. At that time the soldiers of The Canadian Airborne Regiment came under fire and again today we have Canadian service personnel and ex-Airborne soldiers exposed to hostile fire in the Middle East. Aug 09, 2009 · The summer of 1974 was violent and trying for the Canadian Forces, a season that took 15 lives and for more than three decades was known as the deadliest period for this country's military. The Paperback of the Cyprus 1974, B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. ... In 1974, Turkey invaded the northern portion of the Republic of Cyprus in response to a military coup taking place on the island, in attempt to annex the island to Greece. Turkey claimed that this was an intervention in accordance to Treaty of Guarantee. The operation name “Snowgoose” dates from July 1974, when the Canadian contingent in UNFICYP — originally made up of 1 Commando, Canadian Airborne Regiment, and the Airborne Field Squadron (the combat engineer element of the Canadian Airborne Regiment) — was rapidly augmented by 2 Commando and 3 Commando in response to the Turkish ... In December, the Canadian Airborne Regiment returned from a tour of peacekeeping duty in Cyprus that had witnessed the picturesque island torn apart by a new round of bitter fighting between the Greek and Turkish communities. This left the Turkish Army in control of nearly half of the island.

The Airborne ’s next operational test came in April 1974 with the rotation of 1 Comm ando to the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, as part of the Canadian commitment to UNFICYP. A coup d ’etat by the Greek Cypriot National Guard caused the Turkish government to invade the island on 20 July. As Field Marshall Montgomery said when describing Airborne soldiers "They are - in fact - men apart every man an Emperor". This site is dedicated to all former and serving Canadian Paratroopers, but particularly to the men of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, the First Special Service Force and the Canadian Airborne Regiment. In 1974, Turkey invaded the northern portion of the Republic of Cyprus in response to a military coup taking place on the island, in attempt to annex the island to Greece. Turkey claimed that this was an intervention in accordance to Treaty of Guarantee. Cyprus Edit. The Canadian Airborne Regiment's first overseas tour was to Cyprus in April 1974, viewed at the time as an ordinary peace-keeping task. The contingent was structured around its 1 er Commando and its field (engineer) squadron.

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On July 15, 1974, tension boiled over into violence as an attempted coup by the Greek Cypriot National Guard ousted the Greek Cypriot president. Four days later, the part of the Green Line patrolled by Captain Alain Forand’s Canadian Airborne Regiment platoon was suspiciously quiet. The Canadian Airborne Regiment's first overseas tour was to Cyprus in April 1974, viewed at the time as an ordinary peace-keeping task. The contingent was structured around its 1 er Commando and its field (engineer) squadron. THE 1974 WAR IN CYPRUS. One of the most significant and most talked about incidents in the history of the Airborne Battery came in 1974 during the Battery's UN Tour in Cyprus while under the command of Major D.B. Walton. It was at this time that "Round Two" occurred in the 1974 Cyprus War. On 1 Apr 1974, 1 Commando Group (1 Commando and 1 Airborne Field Squadron, Canadian Military Engineers), were sent on the Regiment's first peacekeeping mission, a 9-month tour of duty on Cyprus as the Canadian contingent of United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP). On 6 Apr the Group was tasked with the Nicosia sector.

In April of 1974, the Canadian Airborne Regiment (CAR), which had stood up only six years prior, was deployed to Cyprus for its first peacekeeping mission. Three months later it was to stand in the centre of an all-out war when Turkey, a NATO ally, invaded the island.