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2020.05.25 05:55 swtroll69 2100 CA$ gaming pc

>\*What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.*\**

This PC will be used mainly for gaming and streaming, with some photo/video editing on side. I mostly play competitive FPS (CS:GO and Overwatch) and want to get the lowest input lag possible at >250 fps, as well as being able to enjoy some modern AAA games at high settings at 1080p.

>\*What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?*\**

2100 CA$. Can add extra 100 or 200, if necessary.

>\*When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.*\**

Since I have like 50% of budget right now, I'm planning to order case, case fans, motherboard and PSU now, and other missing parts - by mid june.

>\*What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)*\**

Tower only. I have all peripherals and expecting delivery of monitor (OMEN x 25f 240Hz) in the next couple of days.

>\*Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?*\**

Ontario, Canada.

>\*If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.*\**

Monitor - OMEN x 25f 240Hz, mouse - Logitech G305, keyboard - Razer blackwidow ultimate 2016, mousepad - Benq ZOWIE G-SR, headphones - Kingston HYPERX Cloud. I’m planning to reuse the old HDD as well.

>\*Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?*\**

I'm interested in trying CPU overclocking down the line.

>\*Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)*\**

I need good built-in audio and built-in WiFi if it's possible.

>\*Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?*\**

I want a case with good airflow, tempered glass panel. Prefer components to be all black/grey and also the possibility to add some custom RGB lighting down the line.

>\*Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?*\**


>\*Extra info or particulars:*\**
After reading this cool subreddit for 2 weeks, I made a rough list of components based on the positive feedback from other users [ https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/3P8tyk ]. I just wanted to know your opinion if I got at least some of this right.
Here is a list of questions:
  1. My laptop died, so I’m planning to reuse the old HDD in the future as well. Should I buy additional components/wires, so I would be able to plug it in?
  2. It’s pretty hot In my room, and I expect it to be even hotter (like +30-32 degrees during the day) in a month. Should I buy aftermarket CPU cooler now, are I can do it later if I don’t plan to overclock this CPU right after assembly? I do not want to save on cooling the processor if there are any risks of thermal degradation, so I am ready to spend additional funds on this. I just heard that the stock cooler is pretty good on R7 3700x
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  4. Which aftermarket cooler will cope with the task at a reasonable price, without blocking the RAM slot on the motherboard, if I would want to add 2x8 GB of RAM in the future?
  5. Should I get 4 aftermarket case fans? Do I need some additional hardware to control the fan speed of PMW fans?
I just want to get maximum performance and high-quality components with a minimum overpayment, if possible.
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2020.05.06 15:14 Mel0n_Collie [OC] What if every world cup team had the same population? - Group H

Well here it is, the final group. It’s been a wild ride and my office chair's ass groove has developed its own ass groove, but if FIFA and/or The UN sees this and decides to reconstruct the fabric of political geography to emulate my idea, then it just might have been a worthwhile use of my time.
If you’ve just stumbled upon this then you have two options, either you call the day a write off and go back to read the first seven posts or you can close your browser and do literally anything else. Just incase anyone chooses option A, here are the groups in full…
Group A, Group B, Group C, Group D, Group E, Group F, Group G
Gentlemen, it’s been an honour writing with you, this final quartet strings together a titanic amount of talent.
The Final Countdown is fronted by Europe, I experience REM trying to find 22 Chinese Bro’s, and we take a visit to Drake’s home country Canada, for those of you not wanting to think about Drake today, I’m afraid if you’re reading this it’s too late.
Canada, The Carribean, 24 most Easternly US states, Greenland
Population (millions): 242.42
Not to be confused with namesake John, this map to the stars is acronymically composed of ‘Canada, East US and Carribean’.
Five years ago it would be no exaggeration to say that this squad could have been an all-American draft, but a recent glut of Canadian and Jamaican talent makes this Atlantic amalgam a multi-national roster sweeter than maple syrup.
The Canucks have an underwhelming soccer CV, the ice-hockey adoring nation has the joint worst record of any team to qualify for a world cup, losing all three games without scoring a goal in 1986. Notable Canadians of the past include goalkeeper Craig Forrest who made over 250 appearances for Ipswich and won tournament MVP in Canada’s second and most recent Gold Cup triumph. Utility midfielder Paul Stalteri spent thirteen years playing between Germany and England’s top flights, while Les Rouges top scorer and 2011 MLS MVP Dwayne De Rosario is the greatest player to never leave the continent.
Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti and Trinidad & Tobago have all matched Canada’s solitary appearance, while the former are present throughout this squad, the other nation’s have failed to produce this generations Dwight Yorke.
Now-commentator Robbie Earle has just one less Premier League appearance than Eden Hazard and the midfielder scored Jamaica’s first World Cup goal. Earle was born in Newcastle, England, but some notable Islanders having traded allegiances the other way, the past and present pair of John Barnes and Raheem Sterling were both born in capital Kingston, and have gone on to be among the best wide players of their respective generation. A bitter loss to the Reggae Boys, Sterling may get some extreme boo’s if he starts against this team, provoking the irate of the Carribean. (come on it’s the last post)
Arguably the greatest player to represent an island nation is bulky Bermudan Shaun ‘feed the goat’ Goater; talented out-and-out forward scored over 220 times in English football, and an impressive goal every 85 minutes for his country.
The best former American from the strongest region of the three joined City two days after Goater left, Claudio Reyna has a century of caps spanning over a decade, even earning a spot in the all-star team of Japan/Korea 2002. The footballing genetics are strong in the Reyna family, the man from New Jersey sure to have produced a future USMNT star. Giovanni Reyna doesn’t make this squad on the count of a stacked midfield, but considering the 17 year old is already capable of goals like this it’s only a matter of time before he’s the first name on the team sheet.
Goalkeepers Birthplace FM20 Value Age
Milan Borjan CAN Red Star GK Knin, Croatia 63 €1.00 32
Zach Steffen USA F. Dusseldorf GK Coatesville, PA 68 €17.50 25
Walker Zimmerman USA LAFC CB Lawrenceville, GA 61 €3.10 27
Matt Hedges USA FC Dallas CB Rochester, NY 61 €3.60 30
Wes Morgan JAM Leicester CB Nottingham 66 €1.50 36
Alphonso Davies CAN Bayern Munich LWB Ghana 68 €7.30 19
Adrian Mariappa JAM Watford CB London 64 €5.00 33
Kemar Lawrence JAM Red Bull NY LB Kingston 61 €3.10 27
Ike Opara USA Minnesota Utd CB Durham, NC 62 €3.30 31
Timmy Chandler USA Frankfurt RB Frankfurt 64 €3.30 30
Daniel Johnson JAM Preston NE CAM Kingston 62 €8.20 27
Jonathan David CAN Gent CAM Brooklyn, NY 65 €9.50 20
Atiba Hutchinson CAN Besiktas CDM Ontario 65 €0.70 36
Cristian Pulisic USA Chelsea LW Hershey, PA 75 €43.30 21
Tyler Adams USA RB Leipzig CDM Wappinger, NY 65 €4.80 21
Leon Bailey JAM Bayer Leverkusen LW Kingston 76 €38.20 22
Osvaldo Alonso CUB Minnesota Utd CDM San Cristobal 63 €1.20 34
Romaine Sawyers STK West Brom CM Birmingham 65 €12.50 28
Mariano Diaz DOM Real Madrid ST Catelonia 74 €29.80 26
Jozy Altidore USA Toronto ST Livingston, NJ 66 €5.40 30
Lucas Cavallini CAN Vancouver ST Toronto 65 €3.20 27
Kemar Roofe JAM Anderlecht ST Walsall 65 €8.80 27
Average/Totals 66 €214.30 25.82
Tempted to include his name in the title to break the subs upvote record, Christian Pulisic is a $73 million man receiving the attacking midfield tutorship of Frank Lampard at Chelsea. With 31 caps and 17 goals for his country at just 21, the man from Hershey has mounds of talent that might see him finish his career as the male Megan Rapinoe.
I’m hesitant to call Pulisic the star of the show, as the winger turned wingback Alphonso Davies looks almost certain to become a world-class player at Bayern Munich. Born in a Ghanian refugee camp to Liberian parents, the prodigy is a proud Canadian national who announced himself by scoring a 93rd minute winner against Sporting Kansas City aged just 15. He went on to score three times for his adoptive country in the 2017 Gold Cup the following year, sharing a continental golden boot award before being legally old enough to donate blood. In recent memory Davies displayed a man of the match performance knocking Pulisic’ Chelsea out of the Champions League.
Ronaldo’s brief successor to the number 7 shirt at Real Madrid, Mariano leads the line, despite just 1 cap for the Dominican Republic, I’m going out on a limb to predict he’ll bother turning up for this team
At one point believed to be the third in a trilogy of Anglo-Jamaican heists, Leon Bailey is a technically supreme winger with pace to match, now 22 he’s comparatively one of the older attacking role models in the tournament's youngest team. The average age is even more impressive when looking at aging leaders Atiba Hutchinson and Wes Morgan who collectively have a glistening trophy cabinet.
I think group winners will be a bridge too far but could this show what could be the beginning of a much more competitive CONCACAF in years to come. If my predictions are correct, the round of 16 will be a reenactment of the civil war.
East India
11 Indian states (Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal P, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura, Bihar)
Population (millions): 178.20
Never having to research this nation's footballing downfalls again will be an Indian tonic, in what is actually the best team on paper from the second most populated country, they might just manage to concede fewer than thirty in this strong group.
I don’t have anything of value to say about this part of the world, so I’m going to try a social experiment and see if anyone gets this far without skipping to the next team, so here is the first few paragraphs of the WIkipedia entry for former Chelsea and Newcastle defender Celestine Babayaro...
Babayaro spent the majority of his career playing in the Premier League, mainly for Chelsea from 1997 to 2005, and then later for Newcastle United, from 2005 to 2008. He had a brief stint at MLS club LA Galaxy, but never officially played for the club, and was a free agent, before retiring in 2010. He represented the Nigerian national football team from 1995 to 2004, and was part of two Olympic squads, two World Cup squads and three African Cup of Nations squads.
Born in Kaduna, he began his playing career at Nigerian side Plateau United, before moving to Belgian club Anderlecht in 1994, and eventually would make a name for himself, quickly gaining first-choice status although still a teenager. Babayaro set records as the youngest player to make an appearance and to receive a red card in the UEFA Champions League. He was sent off in a match against Steaua Bucuresti in a 1–1 draw, aged 16 years and 86 days.
Now that you know the history, let’s see the team.
Goalkeepers Birthplace Football manager Value Age
Dheeraj Singh IND ATK GK Manipur 24 €0.02 19
Lalthuammawia Ralte IND FC Goa GK Mizoram 20 €0.01 27
Salam Ranjan Singh IND ATK CB Manipur 28 €0.02 24
Raju Galkwad IND Kerala Blasters CB Maharashtra 21 €0.01 29
Jerry Lalrinzuala IND Chennaiyin LB Mizoram 27 €0.02 21
Dhanachandra Singh IND Mohun Bagan LB Manipur 22 €0.02 33
Abhishek Ambekar IND East Bengal LB Maharashtra 20 €0.01 28
Chhuantea IND Odisha LWB Mizoram 20 €0.01 31
Robet Lalthlamuana IND Northeast United LWB Mizoram 20 €0.01 31
Rahul Bheke IND Bengaluru RB Maharashtra 33 €0.03 29
Udanta Singh IND Bengaluru CM Manipur 37 €0.04 23
Lallianzuala Chhangte IND Chennaiyin CAM Mizoram 35 €0.04 22
Halicharan Narzary IND Hyderabad CM Assam 30 €0.02 25
Jackichand Singh IND Jamshedpur CM Manipur 30 €0.02 28
Vinit Rai IND Odisha CDM Assam 29 €0.02 22
Amarjit Singh IND Jamshedpur CDM Manipur 29 €0.02 19
Lalrindika Ralte IND East Bengal CM Mizoram 29 €0.02 27
Eugeneson Lyngdoh IND Bengaluru CM Meghalaya 28 €0.02 33
Semboi IND Bengaluru ST Manipur 20 €0.01 27
Jeje IND Chennaiyin ST Mizoram 38 €0.03 29
Samuel Lalmuanpula IND Mizoram CAM Mizoram 22 €0.02 21
Komal Thatal IND Sikkim CAM Sikkim 22 €0.02 18
Average/Totals 27 €0.44 25.73
Udanta Singh is the key player in this squad, the right winger doesn’t have the greatest goal record for India but the Bengaluru stalwart was key to an historic 2015-16 season that saw the South Indian club win the I-League while reaching the final of the AFC Cup (Asian Europa league), doing all this at age just 18 saw him voted young player of the year in his homeland.
At 21 years old, Jerry Lalrinzuala was enjoying his fourth season as a regular for Chennaiyin and played every game in a victorious ISL season two years ago, the Mizoram man is one of India’s brightest shining players in a generation.
I honestly can’t wait to see what the damage is to these teams once the tournament is simmed, I think the golden boot will be decided on which world-class striker shows the least mercy, and between his exploits against Panama and swearing on his daughter's life begging for a goal that his hair scored, Harry Kane might be the man to do it.
North & Central Europe
United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany
Population (millions): 243.13
Here it is the one you’ve all been waiting for, it’s the last megateam of the tournament and the region that contains Angela Merkal, the Chef from the muppets, and little old me.
The region combines for two world wars and five world cups (doo dah), and is dominated by two of the games fiercest rivals.
Die Mannschaft has seven major honours and football’s most ruthlessly efficient and consistent force, before the disaster of 2018, Germany’s worst finish this century was a bronze medal. Depressingly I had the best summer of my life cheering on an England team that finished fourth overall. With the group stage exit behind them and the Three Lion’s looking to build from their deepest run since 1990, these two nations are producing top players at a frightening rate and will no doubt renew the duel at some point this decade. With 18 of 22 players, the Anglo-Germanic mixture will face an existential crisis if they end up facing a penalty shootout.
The Nordic nations struggle to make an impact in the side, while Sweden and Finland have produced legends in the past like Sami Hyypia, Jari Litmanen, and striking duo Larrsson and Zlatan, Norway are patiently waiting for their newly foraged mix of raw ingredients to rise into a Golden generation. It will be a shock if Erling Braut Haaland and Martin Odegaard don’t become elite in their own rights, while the defensive minded likes of Sander Berge and Kristoffer Ajer may be a few rungs down but are physically capable of going to the top of the game.
Two times World cup runners up and 1976 Euro winners Czechoslovakia join forces once more but fail to grab a speaking role in this all-star cast.
Iceland are the darlings of population stats, whilst they don’t feature in this lineup they’ll be in the crowds showing off their famous synchronized noise making trick.
Goalkeepers Birthplace FM20 Value Age
Marc Andre Ter Stegen GER Barcelona GK Mochengladbach 85 €57.10 27
Manuel Neuer GER Bayern GK Gelsenkirchen 88 €51.20 34
Joshua Kimmich GER Bayern RWB Rotweil 80 €53.90 25
Mats Hummels GER Dortmund CB Bergisch Gladbach 83 €62.50 30
Andrew Robertson SCO Liverpool LWB Glasgow 79 €54.40 26
Trent Alexander-Arnold ENG Liverpool RWB Liverpool 80 €61.10 22
Niklas Sule GER Bayern CB Frankfurt 78 €60.10 25
Harry Maguire ENG Man United CB Sheffield 75 €39.00 27
Jerome Boateng GER Bayern CB West Berlin 78 €41.20 32
Milan Skriniar SVK Inter Milan CB Zlar nad Hronom 82 €60.20 25
Raheem Sterling ENG Man City RW Kingston, Jamaica 87 €86.60 26
Toni Kroos GER Real Madrid CM Greifswald 81 €72.30 30
Cristian Eriksen DEN Inter Milan CAM Middelfart 79 €60.90 28
Marco Reus GER Dortmund CAM Dortmund 84 €71.00 30
Leroy Sane GER Man City LW Essen 84 €77.30 24
Jadon Sancho ENG Dortmund RM Camberwell 78 €50.80 20
Thomas Muller GER Bayern CAM Wuilheim 80 €66.70 31
Leon Goretzka GER Bayern CM Bochum 75 €33.40 25
Robert Lewandowski POL Bayern ST Warsaw 88 €93.60 32
Harry Kane ENG Tottenham ST London 89 €90.10 26
Timo Werner GER RB Leibzig ST Stuttgart 78 €54.00 24
Gareth Bale WAL Real Madrid RF Cardiff 87 €87.80 31
Average/Totals 82 €1,385.20 27.27
A ridiculous strike-force that begs the question of two up top, Kane and Lewandowski’s play styles may be too similar to gel but leaving one on the bench seems ungrateful. Timo Werner is the more natural second striker while Bale perhaps only makes the side on reputation.
Ever forward-thinking, Germany predicted the grouping in 2017 and chose to develop the world's greatest post-2000 player to date, despite normally batting for the other team. Jadon Sancho hasn’t quite made the mark in an adolescent international career but has his entire 20's ahead of him, the Englishman with all the speed and flare of an Aston Martin, he is positionally and tactically convertible, his meaning his potential has no ceiling. Sancho will most likely contend with Sterling for a spot in the lineup, with an industrious German midfield dominating. Joshua Kimmich holding the obvious way to go.
Liverpool’s wing back pair continue to compete for assists, while solo Slovakian Milan Skriniar should play alongside one of three German centre-halfs. Take your pick from the keepers.
Another contender for the title, not quite as perfect as their western counterparts, but if any team can top them, it might be the region on top of them.
East China
3 Chinese provinces (Henan, Hubei, Shandong)
Population (millions): 242.05
As I near the end, my last supper is a stale Chinese.
Three gargantuan provinces combine to complete the world’s most populous nation. These play home to four teams in the country's top flight, Qingdao Huanghai, Shandong Luneng, Henan Jianye and Wuhan Zall, with Marouane Fellaini the most recognisable name playing in the region, and probably the tallest human around.
China’s greatest goalscorer Hao Haidong was born in Shandong, with Yang Xu approaching his mid-thirties thirteen behind, Hao’s 41 goals for the team in red doesn’t look likely to be beaten anytime soon.
Goalkeepers Birthplace FM20 Value Age
Guo Quanbo CHN Beijing Guoan GK Hubei 37 €1.00 22
Zeng Cheng CHN Shanghau Shenhua GK Hubei 49 €2.90 33
Yu Hai CHN Shanghai SIPG LWB Henan 52 €2.50 33
Yu Dabao CHN Beijing Guoan CB Shandong 51 €3.30 32
Zhang Linpeng CHN Guangzhou E CB Shandong 51 €3.70 31
Jiang Zhipeng CHN Heibe China Fortune LB Shandong 51 €3.60 31
He Guan CHN Shanghai SIPG CB Shandong 50 €3.00 27
Mei Fang CHN Guangzhou E CB Hubei 47 €3.10 31
Zheng Zheng CHN Shandong Luneng LB Shandong 47 €3.00 31
Li Lei CHN Beijing Guoan LB Shandong 46 €3.60 27
Hao Junmin CHN Shandong Luneng CM Hubei 54 €2.70 33
Zhang Xizhe CHN Beijing Guoan CAM Hubei 50 €4.50 29
John Hou Saeter CHN Beijing Guoan CDM Trondheim, Norway 46 €4.40 22
Li Hang CHN Wuhan Zall CM Hubei 46 €2.50 31
Zheng Kaimu CHN Jiangsu Suning CDM Hubei 46 €2.40 28
Zheng Long CHN Dalian Yifang LM Shandong 45 €0.38 32
Wang Yongpo CHN Shenzhen RM Shandong 46 €2.00 33
Pedro Delgado CHN Aves CAM Portimao, Portugal 53 €4.80 23
Gao Lin CHN Shenzhen CF Henan 53 €1.50 34
Xiao Zhi CHN Guangzhou R&F ST Henan 46 €0.00 34
Shan Huanhuan CHN Dalian Yifang ST Henan 44 €0.36 21
Gao Xiang CHN Qingdao RF Shandong 43 €2.10 31
Average/Totals 48 €57.34 30
The Wuhan clan of Hao Junmin and Zhang Xizhe share 110 national appearances between them and steer a midfield that although the best of the Chinese teams, will struggle to dictate the play in a strong group.
This aging squad is waiting for a new wave of talent, one of only a few teams to exceed an average age of 30.
Third place a near certainty in this group, but they’ll be looking forward to knocking a few past East India.
So there we go, my work is done, I’m working on collaborating with someone to sim the tournament and will have that ready for you ASAP.
I’ll do some spring cleaning on some mistakes in past posts and try to put some of your lineups in there, until then, thanks so much for reading the series, I’m going to go back to playing miniclip pool infront of the Netflix ‘are you still watching’ screen. Cheers!
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2017.12.27 02:50 NaturalDisplay Ontario meme economy

Folks I just moved to Ontario and want to get brought up to speed so I can start shitposting immediately.
But seriously, just moved here from Alberta, wondering if you fine people could answer some questions.
I stay up to date with national news that filtered its way to AB so I am wondering what the current big issues in the province are that might not be heavily discussed outside of the province? I'm familiar with toronto housing obviously, everyone hates wynne, minimum wage increase, stories like WLU.. probably others but I am coming up blank. The radio in ottawa seems to talk about pot holes a lot.
Which segues to the next question, good local content providers? Any good podcasts that cover regional topics? Or good radio stations (I've been on 1310 in Ottawa which was the only talk radio I found in my quick scan)?
I will be living in Kingston but would like to get familiar with what is going on all over, especially with an election on the horizon that I will be able to vote in and I will likely be in Toronto eventually.
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2015.08.24 02:36 ElysianDreams [ROLEPLAY] Excerpts from 'Of Honour and Glory; The War of Midwestern Aggression'

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
-In Flanders Fields, John McCrae, 3 May 1915
Chapter 10 - Operation Sovereign Skies Excerpt from 'Of Honour and Glory; The War of Midwestern Aggression' (Copyright University of Toronto Press, 2051)
Adapted for student reading, Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Ontario
THE Midwestern Federation's invasion of New England, as discussed earlier, was not taken lightly by its neighbours on the North American continent, to say nothing about allies and powers around the world. For years, the Midwest's policy of aggressive expansion had posed a threat to many nations, with historians not reluctant to draw similarities between the Federation's 'offensive peacekeeping' and Adolf Hitler's annexations for the sake of lebensraum. Accusations of New English 'terrorists', coupled with the second attack on New York1 resulted in Midwestern forces interceding in its former vassal, with the expected consequences. Nations the world over condemned the Midwest for its supposed imperialism, bringing global attention to war crimes and human rights violations perpetrated by the 'peacekeeping' forces.
Mayor Johnson's calls for peace went, predictably, unnoticed by the Midwestern Federation and the Eastern States of America. His calls for an international peacekeeping force, however, resulted in promises of deployments by multiple nations, numbering among Mexico, Virginia, and not least of all the Dominion of Canada.
A commitment of Canadian troops from the Royal Highland Regiment of Canada (RHR) and the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) was followed swiftly by the establishment of a no-fly-zone over New England by several squadrons of RCAF aircraft. Other nations promised deployments ranging from transport aircraft and supply ships to full-on army corps with accompanying naval and airborne fire support.
When it was clear that the Midwest and the ESA's incursions would not be stopped, the rules of engagement for Coalition troops were gratuitously expanded.
SOVEREIGN SKIES resulted in Canadian troops being deployed into Boston and her surrounding areas, digging in and linking up with Coalition forces already present. They were joined by a Mexican army corps, which somehow miraculously had made its way to the Commonwealth, along with Spanish, Pueblan, and Virginian ground troops.
However, while Coalition units consolidated after their arrival, the Midwest had blitzed through Commonwealth defenders in Connecticut and Vermont. Incompetence, inexperience, and petty squabbling between the brass in New England's high command had resulted in an ineffectual defence; instead of taking advantage of the Appalachians for use as a natural barrier, Commonwealth troops and militia held their ground amongst the hills and farmlands of New England. They were, quite predictably, overwhelmed by the massive Midwestern armies.
In a stroke of luck, however, the Midwest's own officers exhibited an equal amount of incompetence, or in some cases worse. Even when outnumbering the defenders by a ratio of four to one, Midwestern troops suffered a fifteen percent casualty rate compared to the Commonwealth force's eight.
Coalition air superiority played a significant role in the high casualty rate, with Canadian fighters contesting the skies of Vermont - and winning - followed by drone strikes and close air support courtesy of a flight of CA-110 Blizzards. A similar scene played out above Connecticut, with Mexican air force aircraft wresting control of the air from Midwest jets and bombarding ground positions with impunity.
Major Caleb Robert, 409 Fighter Squadron, explained the type of warfare that faced Canadian pilots during the air battles over Vermont.
At first, we thought we didn't stand a chance. The Midwest had sent over a hundred fighters, many of them the advanced F-29. We were stuck with a hodgepodge of aircraft, many of them suited more for long-range missile duels and close air support than the knifefights that we were engaging in. I was lucky to be in an F-22, dated monstrosity that it is. Her stealthiness meant that the more visible F-18s and F-35's were targeted first, letting me loose off a few missiles at distracted Midwestern fighters. We were within dogfight range by the time my payload was exhausted (heh), so I chased after a few 29's with my cannons. Maybe they weren't expecting resistance in the air, or maybe we caught them by surprise, but either way they turned tail and ran, leaving us in control of the airspace.
Unfortunately, despite the continuous airstrikes by Coalition aircraft, the Midwest's troops managed to push back Commonwealth defenders and successfully conquered Vermont and Connecticut, albeit with rather high casualties.
Meanwhile, in one of the most lopsided naval battles in North American history, a combined armada comprised of the Mexican, Virginian, Spanish, Commonwealth, Cascadian, and Canadian navies broke through the Midwestern blockade, sinking a good third of the Midwest's navy present off the shores of New England and forcing the surviving ships to retreat back to harbour, listing heavily and leaking oil throughout their escape. Meanwhile, the USN Freedom Rings - a Midwestern Gerald R. Ford-Class supercarrier - was struck by a salvo of hypersonic anti-ship missiles2, gutting the vessel and forcing its crew to abandon ship, leaving it drifting aimlessly upon the waves. Coalition naval ships eventually picked up the survivors, sending them to temporary POW internment camps near Providence, Rhode Island.
Make no mistake, however. Despite all these successes, Operation SOVEREIGN SKIES resulted in a Coalition defeat. While New England's blockade had been successfully broken, Midwestern troops had successfully taken two of the Commonwealth's states, comprising of much of its agricultural heartland. Supply convoys from Canada and other nations could only do so much to alleviate the impending mass starvation, making the retaking of Vermont and Connecticut a priority of the Coalition.
1 See: The Second War on Terror: Al-Mourabitoun's Rise. University of Toronto Press, 2050.
2 Recently unclassified documents from the Department of National Defence have revealed some evidence that the United Kingdom was responsible for the crippling of the USN Freedom Rings. Intelligence reports from 2035 placed several cargo vessels registered to the United Kingdom in the region from where the missiles are suspected to have been fired from. The UK's Ministry of Defence declined to comment.
Chapter 15 - Operation Sovereign Sword Excerpt from 'Of Honour and Glory; The War of Midwestern Aggression' (Copyright University of Toronto Press, 2051)
Adapted for student reading, Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Ontario
WITH the capture of two of the Commonwealth's breadbasket states, the Coalition's focus was on a counterattack on the Midwestern Federation's occupying forces. An aborted attempt to push to Boston by an over-eager New Yorker theatre commander in Connecticut further emphasised the need for haste in the minds of Coalition command. The Coalition's initial defeats in Vermont and Connecticut were due to a lack of coordination and communication, exacerbated by the fact that allied units were still arriving at the time of the Midwestern assault.
Now, however, with Coalition troops having consolidated their positions, allied leaders met to plan out their counterattack. By now, the Coalition was joined by Rome and the Commonwealth of Oceania, their fleets being based out of Halifax and St. John's. It is a point of pride of Maritimers that they hosted part of the continent's largest naval fleet during the war.
It was clear to Coalition leaders that the Midwest's assembled army was massive; too massive, in fact, to risk a direct attack on its own soil. Even assaulting the occupied states was risky, given the ideal defensive terrain that Midwestern troops were now entrenching themselves in.
In the end, it was decided that a two-front attack would be the best solution. A Virginian-led amphibious assault on the city of New Haven, Connecticut would cut the Midwestern forces in that state in half, while Coalition troops swept in from the east. Vermont would be the target of the Roman, Spanish, Canadian, and Oceanic forces.
SOVEREIGN SWORD was the largest single deployment of Canadian troops since the Korean War, along with the largest naval bombardment by Canadian vessels since the Second World War. It narrowly beat out RED QUEEN and SOVEREIGN STORM; two other operations planned out by Canadian High Command but never implemented. RED QUEEN would have resulted in Canadian naval units being used in an assault on New York City, hoping to prompt a withdrawal of ESA assets, in conjunction with a full division storming across the Windsor-Detroit crossing and bringing the war to the Great Lakes. SOVEREIGN STORM was a planned strategic bombing campaign of the Midwest Federation, abandoned for fear of heavy civilian casualties. The idea behind SOVEREIGN STORM, however, was revived in Order 17761, though thankfully never fully implemented as will be discussed later on.
SOVEREIGN SWORD consisted primarily of a two-front assault on Vermont. Three line infantry regiments (RHR, PPCLI, R22eR), supported by the Royal Canadian Dragoons attacked from the southeast, while a grand total of sixty thousand troops from the Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Primary Reserves swept down from the north across the Quebecois border. The largest Canadian mass mobilization of the twenty-first century had certainly gone better than expected; reservists were called up to their respective armouries, given equipment, and sent to staging grounds along the border. While the majority of the reservist units operated as true light infantry, a surprising number of older or mothballed equipment was brought out of storage to outfit the multiple brigade groups that were activated.
One such unit, the Hastings & Prince Edward County Regiment, found itself the lucky owner of fifty LAV III infantry fighting vehicles. A quick crash course in LAV driving helped qualify enough operators to enable the regiment to operate as a (comically unskilled) mechanized infantry battalion.
The 11th Armoured Regiment (Ontario Regt.) got even luckier; twenty-five modern M1A3C main battle tanks were allotted to their battalion, making them the envy of even REGFOR armoured units. The M1A3C's, having been purchased from Cascadia, were yet to be distributed to line armoured regiments, leaving the Royal Canadian Dragoons with their antiquated Leopard C2's.
In hindsight, this certainly helped minimize casualties. The REGFOR armoured were proficient with their own vehicles, however obsolete, and were a force of terror during SOVEREIGN SWORD. While the Primary Reserves were no less well-trained, their relative lack of experience was compensated for by the M1A3C's technological advancement and sheer superiority.
Nonetheless, while the reservists took the brunt of the fighting, the REGFOR units acted as a tremendous force multiplier for Coalition troops. The experience of the men and women in the line regiments resulted in precise, scarily effective warfighters. While Canadian troops were fighting against seemingly infinite numbers of Midwestern defenders and armed ESA quadcopters, valour combined with extensively-practiced muscle memory allowed them to hold their own and then some.
SOVEREIGN SWORD was not waged solely by ground troops, however. Before the first Canadian soldier had set foot upon Vermont's now-red soil, the Royal Canadian Navy had commenced what would be seen as the continent's largest naval bombardment. The Canadian First and Second Fleets had sailed full speed down the St. Lawrence waterway, with the sole express goal of providing fire support to the advancing Coalition forces.
In the words of Rear Admiral Hackett, RCN (ret'd.),
[SOVEREIGN SHIELD] was a clusterfuck of the highest order, and I don't say that lightly. Forty-eight warships had sailed down the St Lawrence river, armed to the teeth and ready to blast the daylights out of those Midwestern bastards.
Rear Admiral Hackett had been in command of the Sir John A. MacDonald at the time as a Commodore. While the Nimitz-Class carrier itself did not participate in the bombardments, over two hundred sorties were flown by RCN fighters based off of the MacDonald. Intelligence from RCN and RCAF aircraft helped coordinate the bombardments, along with data regarding MW-F troop positions passed along to Coalition command by resistance cells still operating in Vermont.
The order to commence firing came at T-minus two hours before the counterattack. HMCS Don Cherry launched the first salvo of Tomahawk missiles, having been loaded onto the vessel just a day before from an armoury located in Kingston, Ontario. The Terry Fox-Class destroyer was soon joined by her sister ships in both the assembled fleets, VLS cells loosing volley after volley at distant Midwestern defensive positions. The first salvo of eight hundred missiles finished launching by T-minus thirty minutes before the first Coalition troops advanced across the border, destroying numerous MW-F defences and armoured vehicles.
The RCN vessels began pulling back to hastily-erected rearming stations along the banks of the St Lawrence and the coast of Lake Ontario as the first Coalition units stormed into Vermont, VLS batteries empty and awaiting another volley.
The Amiens was the first Canadian ship to re-arm and get back to the fight, onboard fire control station taking support requests from Coalition ground units as quickly as her missiles could be launched. Her fellow frigates and destroyers acted as fire support for the rest of the day, their initial targets having been for the most part devastated by the opening barrage. While the Canadian ships kept their onboard radars scanning the skies, by sheer incompetence the Midwest's aircraft had not decided to target the nearly fifty vessels lined up like a shooting gallery along the American side of the St Lawrence and Lake Ontario.2
By the end of SOVEREIGN SWORD, over one thousand, six hundred Tomahawk cruise missiles had been launched by the combined Canadian fleets, utterly decimating the defenders and giving the advancing Coalition troops much-appreciated breathing room.
Allied air power, similarly, prevailed in the skies above Vermont, albeit after a heavily-contested struggle with Midwestern air superiority squadrons. Major Caleb Robert managed to score over a dozen confirmed air-to-air kills over five sorties in his F-22A, the majority of them being against F-29's. Robert was the highest-scoring Canadian ace during the war.
At the end of the day, however, the war was fought and won on the ground. Canadian ground troops made up almost a quarter of the Coalition force, outnumbered only by the Roman and Commonwealth contingents.
First across the border was Charlie Company, Royal 22e Regiment (nicknamed the 'Van Doos' as an anglicized pronunciation of the French vignt-deuxiéme). Captain Cassandra Vaillant describes how Charlie Company advanced through Vermont, coming up against stiff MW-F resistance along the way.
We were creeping along the old Interstate 89 in our LAV IV [Infantry Fighting Vehicle], all nerves and anxiety. We were sure that any second now, the Midwest's troops would see us and open up. I had my head sticking out of the top hatch - just barely - to help coordinate the column. Every now and then a [CQ3] Grizzly [UAV] would scream across the sky, loosing a volley of missiles or bombs onto some far-off target before turning for home. We were getting intel from all these flights, of course, but Pueblan ECM's3 had the side effect of screwing with our comms systems as well.
Then all of a sudden, about two hours into the drive, there's a flash on the horizon. A second after that, a lamppost on the other lane of the highway goes up in flames. I gave the order to scatter into the comms as I ducked back down and slammed the hatch shut above my head. I swear, my driver was drinking the night before, because the crazy putain decided to floor it and send us hurtling down the road towards the Midwestern position. The remote turret opened up as we weaved around the burnt-out wrecks of cars and the odd crater, autocannon going off like a Montreal lawyer.
Thankfully, Coalition UAV's had noticed the beleaguered Canadian mechanized column and lent some much-needed fire support, turning the Midwestern position into a smoking hole in the ground and allowing Charlie Company to advance.
This scene was repeated all across Vermont, at least during the initial stages of the assault. The Coalition forces had the advantage of surprise and shock during the opening phases, exploiting the confusion and chaos created by the naval bombardment to advance deep into the state.
Once the Midwestern defenders reorganized and regrouped, however, they began posing a serious threat to Coalition troops. The dismounted light infantry that made up the bulk of the Canadian Primary Reserves took the heaviest casualties in the outskirts of Burlington, VM after encountering multiple strongpoints and armoured vehicles in the area. While mechanized and armoured support attempted to reach them, the lack of combat experience in the reservist units resulted in chaos and panic amongst many in the rank-and-file. It took the arrival of a fireteam from the famed Canadian Special Operations Regiment to rally the demoralized reservists and overrun the Midwestern lines, a cry of "Forwards, brave York volunteers!" echoing throughout the streets as Canadian troops cleared the city block by block.
Although locals will be quick to point out that the famous Red Fields of Vermont have turned red from the massive amount of blood spilled here, experts have attributed the area's distinctive red ground to the high amount of iron in the soil.
Everything ranging from combat knifes to main battle tanks and even unexploded ordnance can be found in the ground here. Due to the latter, 31% of Vermont's land area is still inaccessible to the public.4
The majority of the Red Fields of Vermont can be blamed upon the Royal Canadian Navy's massive bombardment of the state, although there is some truth in the local beliefs. The Canadian Forces took a fifty percent casualty rate in SOVEREIGN SWORD, with 31,901 total casualties out of approximately seventy thousand ground troops, including 9,581 deaths. The majority of these casualties, unfortunately, were borne by the Primary Reserves. Ill-equipped and inexperienced compared to both their comrades and adversaries, the reservists nevertheless gave their all in the operation, with many of them paying the ultimate sacrifice for their devotion to liberty and freedom.
In the end, SOVEREIGN SWORD was a Coalition victory, albeit one at an intolerably high cost. The losses sustained and lessons learned in Vermont influenced DND policy for the next decade, and continues to reverberate through the training of the Canadian Forces. Many communities across eastern Canada had lost an entire generation of young men and women, leaving a gaping hole in the hearts of thousands of families.
The consequences of this were felt during the attempted Canadian intervention in East Africa and Operation SHUTDOWN in the Caribbean, with many in Canada protesting continued military action in light of the massive casualty rate from SOVEREIGN SWORD.
1 SOVEREIGN STORM, in turn, drew inspiration from Operation BLACK AND YELLOW - the Coalition's strategic bombing of Chinese industry and built-up cities during the War of Chinese Aggression. It was abandoned as impractical, however, in part due to the lack of RCAF ground attack aircraft at the time as well as the difficulty of wresting air superiority from the Midwest over their own land.
2 Understandably, the Midwestern Federation's own air force was preoccupied over the skies of Vermont and Connecticut, and as such was unable to strike at such a tempting but dangerous target.
3 Pueblan forces acting as support for both SOVEREIGN SWORD and the Order 1776 attempted to hack and jam ESA quadcopter drones operating in Vermont and Connecticut, with varying success. As Canadian troops still reported facing SMG-carrying UAV's during the fighting, it can be surmised that the Pueblans aren't as good as they think they are.
4 Lonely Planet North American Travel Guide. Toronto, Ontario. 2046.
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2015.01.18 17:44 hishamha Friend scared into speeding by tailgating police officer in Ontario, facing 2-10k ticket.

Hello, It's my first time posting here, so I apologize in advance for anything I may do wrong. I'm not sure about how much detail is needed so I'll give as much as I can.
My friend (20 y/o) was driving on his way back from London, Ontario, to Ottawa, Ontario. Near midnight, my friend reached Kingston, ON. With no other cars on the road, another car began to tailgate him with high beams on, so he couldn't see the car behind him. My friend tried slowing down, switching lanes, and speeding up, but this car would not stop following him from very close behind. At this point, my friend was convinced this was a car thief trying to get him to stop. The next exit was too far for comfort, so my friend tried to get away from the other driver by speeding. The other car kept right on his tail, until he reached 171Km/hr. At this point, the sirens come on. As he is waiting to get his registration back, two other cruisers show up and line up behind the first. My friend is told that a tow truck will come and take his car, and that he has a court date for tomorrow (Monday). He asked for a ride from the officer, who declined and said that if he wanted he could ask the tow truck driver. The police cars then left him on the side of the highway with his car and he waited until the tow truck came. His license was suspended for 7 days.
Any help you can offer as to what can be said at court or what to expect would be greatly appreciated. He is a student without a job, still trying to figure out how to pay this semester's 3.5k tuition, and even a 2k ticket would be devastating to his situation, let alone a 10k one.
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2013.09.20 16:46 tabledresser [Table] IamA Medic in the Canadian Army, AMA!

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In contrast with US forces, Canadian military allows transgender people to serve openly. Do you have any experience working with trans people in your unit? What is the general attitude towards trans people serving among non-trans people? US Army vet here, thanks for your service, brother. The Canadian Military was at a time actually paying for gender reassignment. Very few were approved for this and it usually followed an extensive mental health assesment.
I have never worked with any personally, although the general mentality is very impartial and positive. Same thing for people of different sexual preferance and colors, races, creeds ect ect.
We are generally a very open and tollerant organization. You will see a "flamboyant" gay man in a military uniform. As in their mannerisms and tone of voice and actions make it quite obvious they are gay.
This is accepted as long as the line is not crossed in terms of frat or sexual harrassment, just the same as it is enforced on heteros.
I hope this answered your question.
How often do you go oot and aboot? Constantly.
Blame Canada.
How does it feel to never ever ever get any action? When you join up with the expectation to be deployed like I did, it's a real let down. A lot of people in the Canadian Forces are quite content with remaining in country their entire careers.
Silver lining is that the Canadian Military exists in waves up and down and hires based on operational need. In the down time years people leave and the ones who remain like myself become the new people in the breach to go on back to back operations or deployments when the next conflict arises.
TL;DR- its annoying as hell.
With all the "excitement" emerging from tension with the French language and identity in Quebec, do find it difficult dealing with anglophones or francophones? No.
Most if not all francos i work with speak English so its just a running joke making fun of their hilarious accents. ;)
In the CF, if you do not speak English you generally stay in Valcartier in QC. I say generally.
You've been all around Canada then? What your favourite/least favourite places around the country? Towns, cities, picnic spots, whatever. Moving West to East;
I adore BC, all of it in cluding the island with Comox and Victoria. I would be posted there quite happily with no complaints.
Alberta bases such as Wainwright and Edmonton I dislike due to weather conditions, lack of terrain (i rock climb), and just general mentality of the province. Not for me.
From Alberta all the way Ontario you have pretty much random little bases that I personally am not a fan of because they are more secluded and your opportunities to do things can become pretty small. Not a fan of the praries at all actually lol. Too flat. You can watch your dog run away for 3 days.
Im from Ontario and I enjoy it quite a bit, bases include Borden, Meaford, Trenton, Kingston, and Petawawa (might have missed one) and they are all pretty good goes. They are all positioned within a few hours of the Greater Toronto Area and are close to lots of recreational outdoor spots. Camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, boating, great motorcycle roads. Its gorgeous here.
East Coast...gorgeous and I love people their they are some of the best people in Canada. Bases include Gagetown, Halifax, Green Bay, Gander. A lot of these are small air bases with the exception of Gagetown which is a large combat division and Halifax which (obviously) is the Eastern Port where our ships are.
Edmonton is only 3 1/2 hrs from Banff which has plenty of climbing spots. And it's not that cold in Edmonton. Was waiting for someone to say that. Yes but where I live now I am 20 min from good climbing so it would be a hard hit to take. ;)
If you get yourself posted to Victoria I'll show you around ;) Deal.
EDIT: please be a hot half asian 22 year old girl who plays bass guitar.
Newf here. We have a base in Gander? How did I not know this? Link to en.wikipedia.org
When you're in a triage situation, which injuries get first priority, and which ones do not get treated because the patient has basically no chance of survival? In a mass casualty situation your assessments are quick and dirty of each patient. All you are assessing is breathing and a pulse. If they are not breathing or VSA (vital signs absent) they are rolled into a recovery position and given a low triage card (if you have the damn things). If there are multiple patients and you can visually see and hear that others need immediate tmt you won't do CPR or AR on people who are VSA, its a waste of time and you do not have the resources to extend their care.
Important to remember that this varies HUGELY based on situation. A "mass casualty" is defined as any situation where your medical needs outweigh your medical ability. A single medic with two serious patients can be classified as a "mascas" because the one medic cannot provide advanced care to two people at once.
Triage; Severe bleeding, chest wounds, blunt force/blast injuries. People who will die in under one hour without help are RED
Less severe injuries and lacerations, stable closed broken bones, and other injuries that are survivable with lesser intervention and can wait much longer are YELLOW
Walking wounded, people who are concussed, confused, scared and dirty but reletively unhurt are GREEN
VSA, obvious signs of death, or non survivable injuries are BLACK
Pray that if you are putting a black card on someone that they don't know the color meanings.
Why did you join the military? Was it your thing or did it just happen? Tanks for the AMA. I kid. I was going to go to to school for my PCP but then was told the military would pay for it and all the otehr standard recruiting stuff. see the world, make great friends, go to war blah blah blah...so I was hooked after that.
Can you imagine a Press Draft like the old days, except instead of finding the coin at the bottom of the beer mug, your Roll Up the Rim prize was getting drafted? Brilliant.
TL/DR: Tried to buy coffee, became a Canadian hero instead. I'm no hero. But great summation. :p.
Why do you keep calling it "organization"? Is this a Canadian thing or something? I get the sense you see it less as a military fighting force, and more as a business/company. It's fairly common.
However you are correct I do not see us as a conventional fighting force because there are no conventional wars left to fight.
It my opinion we are a band of air works and public servents that exist simply to provide assistance to our own country and others to ask for it when required. We certainly are not as proactive as the United States forces I'll say that much.
Our intended purpose is war fighting and peace keeping, and the excellent training reflects that purpose. But we are rarely deployed or employed in that role.
I thought peacekeeping was a 20th century thing? We were in Op Anaconda, Op Medusa, and many more. Most of the guys that I've called peacekeepers have gotten offended and corrected me. Because they were combat guys involved in a combat tour. Canada still provides humanitarian aid to countries in need.
If you call an Afghan vet a peacekeeper yes he may get offended because he saw combat on his tour and it was far from peaceful.
I am from New Brunswick, haveyou been to CFB gagetown and if so, what do you think of it? Yes I have. I did a 4 week course there in 2009.
I enjoyed the area, the weather was freezing, -40 i believe. The training area is rather swampy in the summer and its a massive massive training area. The base is a large combat division including infantry, armoured, arty, and engineers.
What keeps you motivated? As part of our medical training in the Canadian Army, our final qualification is as a Physician's Assistent(PA). This is a University Degree program offered by the military and accredited by the UNI of Nebraska.
If you don't know what a PA is essentially its essentially a GP Doctor without the title. You have a large scope of practice to dispense drugs and can preform some minor surgeries.
If you were to put it into context of like a pecking order in Canada;
Doctors, PAs, Nurse Practitioners, RNs, LPNs and RPNs, PSWs
Anyway so this course is what I'm waiting to be offered because one you have it you can retire with a pension as well as work as a civilian PA within Canada are other countries around the world. You can have your own small clinic, work humanitarian operations, Doctors without boarders kind of stuff.
That qualification along with the change to do new things and go new places on a regular bases keeps me pretty motivated and happy.
Are you stuck in a Fd Amb unit? Because you called it a "fd amb" I'm guessing you're in the organization?
Field Ambulances (Fd Ambs) can be nasty places because there are a large number of medics all competing for a select few spots doing cool taskings or operations or rotations through a clinic. This can get ugly sometimes in an administrative, favorites-game sort of way.
As the sasying goes, "theres not a lot of room on the bus, but plenty of room under it"
Can confirm. Source: Brother is stuck in a Fd Amb unit. My condolences.
Off, great AMA. How often to you train with other foreign forces? E.G. US Army. Thanks Doc, As a US Army Vet I cannot show you med folks enough love :D. We travel to the states regularly for colaberative operations and training. The US has some great Mountain Warfare courses we take advantage of, small arms compititions, pre deployment and such. Pilots of as far as NZ visit us for training. Special Forces Medics from other commonwealth countries come here for training. And obviously overseas working as part of ISAF.
Great CPL! thanks for your service and answer. Army leads the way! P.S. The hockey is back! so excited for a new season! Go Leafs Go.
Do you apologize to the wounded even though you didn't cause their pain? Because Canadian. "Do you apologize to the wounded even though you didn't cause their pain? Because Canadian." -Yes, of course...after I'm done watching the Leafs though.
Seriously though, are MedTechs required to keep up the same physical and combat training as the 'foot soldiers' (for lack of a better term)? "are MedTechs required to keep up the same physical and combat training as the 'foot soldiers' (for lack of a better term)?" -technically all military members have to maintain the same fitness standard. That standard is pathetically low and anyone who is passionate about this job will strive to keep themselves in good shape.
From the inside, do you feel that Canada's military has its own leadership with its own agenda, or does it act mostly as America's little-brother-in-tow? This is intended as a serious question. From an American's point of view, Canada is always there to support our efforts, regardless of unpopular they are. But I haven't seen any evidence of reciprocity. Lastly, what are your goals after the military? Do you see yourself in a large hospital facility, working with wounded soldiers, private practice? It just so happens that our interests often are aligned with the States which is why you've seen us so much... oh and something bout a Ridge that no one else seemed to be able to take some years back ;) Canada enjoys being part of multi national operations because it gives us the opportunity to play a part in things that we could not handle alone. I personally love working with other militaries, its a great experience. Our biggest issue in the upcomming years will be budget, and how much it has been cut. Personal plans, I would love to retaire with a military pension and work part time as a Physitian Assistant in the civilian world. This can include going up north to Native communities for two weeks on and off because they are so in need of medical practitioners. Also, with a PA degree you can travel the world and work anywhere, similar to how an RN cert is internationally recognized.
What's the worst thing you've ever witnessed? Thanks for your service! Woman had her head removed in a car accident. She ran into the back of a flat bed truck. That one was bad.
HI ...WANNA know the worst injury you'eve dealt with??? Injury as in the person was still alive? A woman in Vancouver had fallen down into a glass coffee table and scalped herself from the occipital bone (back of the head) almost all the way to her forehead.
She was under the influence of drugs and was just sitting there with this large flap of skin and long black hair hanging by a thread to her skull. She was ok in the end and the injury itself was not that complicated, but the sight and nature of it made it pretty grusome to me.
I heard the majority of the medical stuff you deal with is telling the guys in infantry what std they have contracted? Not as common as people think. A lot of paranoid guys who had a rough weekend at the bars.
We wont even test anymore unless a person is symptomatic.
Fellow Canadian here: thank you for your service. What was your motivation to join the army, and as a medic? I answered this already up a lil ways and my little fingers can't keep up I'm sorry (yea I said fuckin sorry again deal with it 'Merica!).
Does the Canadian Army train, or discourage, CPR for patients in cardiac arrest? CPR always for arrest.
Is it SOP for Canadian Army medics to stick most trauma patients and begin lactated ringers for shock-related dehydration? Rescue Flow for traumatic/shock hypovolemia.
Do medics have to sign narcs out from the aid station before missions/ sign them back in afterward or are they trusted to carry battlefield narcs on them for the duration of a training exercise/deployment? Narcs depend on the operational Medical Authority and is at their discression.
Thank you for the reply and i forgot to ask would being able to speak French and English help at all? i assume it would. Yes. It helps a lot to be bilingual.
As someone who is looking into paths about joining the Army, to become a nurse is there any advice you could give to me? In Canada?, America?, or elsewhere?
The UK. I cannot speak for the UK system of training and compensation.
For us it is a good option because (and the UK must be this way too) its a pretty simple deal you cut with the Armed Forces. "Pay for my school and I will work for your organization for a set amount of years."
The opportunities to do things you would never otherwise do are hard to turn down. Also your experince will look very good to future employers when and if you leave the military and seek employment as a civilian nurse.
I would advise calling a local recruiting centre if you are seriously considering it. They will have lots of information for you.
What type of emergency clotting powder do you use in the field? We used to use Quickclot, now we have CombatGauze which is essentially normal gauze impregnated with a quickcloe like substance.
What is your SOP for TQ application vs dressing a wound? Major bleeds and amputation vs stable smaller lacerations.
Do they give you a G.I. Bill (or whatever the Canadian equivalent is,) for you and your dependents? You will have to explain what that is to me.
How did you get into medic tech? I'm a reservist with the CAF and am going to paramedic training in two months. What path did you go? I joined the Reg Force at 18 and the military paid for my training and PCP course @ JIBC in Chilliwack BC. It has since been moved to Moncton NB.
So with the route I'm taking, going paramedic, would that training transfer over to medic? Yes, and you would potentially skip a large portion of the military training system because you already have a PCP cert.
If a person were to join the forces for a specific position, say intelligence, public affairs, legal, etc., what are the chances of them attaining that actual position? Is there a possibility of being placed in a different stream against one's personal preference? Great Question.
You will always get employed in the trade you get accepted into. However what you will actually be doing day to day can very for every trade because at the end of the day the Army says "you are a soldier first" before anything else so that means they can make you do whatever they want. I have spend many days as a medic doing a Clerk or a Supply Tech's job. ;)
As part of your training some of you folks rotate through civilian OR, notably at McGill in Montreal. As an anesthesia tech there we were mildly embarassed at varying degree of helpfulness offered by our facility to you guys. How useful to you are these civilian rotations? Depending on the level of understanding between agencies I find them extremely vauable. Any chance to see how other health organizations do things and learn new tips and tricks is good by me. Also when the civilians you are working with are comfortable with you it makes for a very fun working environment. I have enjoyed all of my Ambulance, ER, and OR rotations over the years.
Oh, and when you sign up, is it somewhat like the beginning of 'full metal jacket' where they buzz your hair off? Yes they shave your head down to a number 1 when you join.
Even though you were not able to go overseas like you probably expected, did the treatment of the patients paint a picture that made you glad you weren't in active combat? Basically, were you still content with helping people though you were not in the midst of chaos. The big difference for me and the bottom line is; yes I would still love to go overseas because I firmly belive that is my duty as a soldier and thats what I signed up to do. However I am very fearful to have to work on close friends. When you work on the street your patients are strangers you don't have any attachement to so you can let things go. I don't know how I would handle it if it were a close friend and person i had worked and trained with for months or years.
If you didn't treat traumatic injuries, did you deal with patients who had psychological after effects of combat? If the following applies, could you describe how, or if, that experience changed you in some way? Also, how much of your time is devoted to reddit and other entertainment on an average day. Are there any work days where there is very little to do? Luckily I was able to at least see stabbings and gun shot wounds in Vancouver so I got a little exposure to some traumatic things. Also, high speed MVAs and falls and other things can give you some pretty good trauma calls.
When there are patients or administrative things to do I do them, when there is nothing to do I will pop into reddit. This varies greatly but if I'm on base I generally have quite a bit of down time (no different than EMTs or Firefighters on shift work).
How long have you been in the Canadian Army? Infantryman, US Army. 6 years. Thanks for your service Mate!
What courses did you need to have when you signed up? Or was it all done in house? Do you get traditional courses in the army? Like EMR EMT EMTP? High School sciences and english. They will pay for and send you through the rest.
What's the "average" week? What do you do day-to-day? Work at 07:00, see walk in sick people till approx noon. Work on other random tasks and jobs and stocking and maintenence till 3 then off to the gym.
Other weeks you are deployed to the field to support an excercise or a course and treat any injuries that happen there.
Have you ever seen any field work, and if you have what was it like and where? I've done multiple excersises with mock and real patients. A lot of these either happen in Gagetown, Wainwright, Pet, or Meaford.
Usually injuries sustained in training are MSK in nature from falls, or traumatic from misuse of equiptment. Example: a soldier had the hatch in a military vehicle fall and fracture his back.
How is this handled in the Canadian military and what are your thought on this? Do you think an emergency physician would be a good addition or do you feel that well trained medical NCO's can do just as well? All i can say is i believe our medical teams are more than capable of handling patients in flight on rout to Role 3 hospitals.
My friend was not deployed as well and it was pretty shattering for him especially because you're training specifically for this. How did you deal with that let down? By understanding that the world is always going to be a busy place. Always with places to go and things to do. You just have to fight through the hard or boring times...like Journey.
What kind of training do you go through? I'm just curious because I'm a corpsman (basically a medic) in the Navy. Probably very similar to yourself. Only we go a little more in depth in terms of patient histories and diagnosis because Canada only has one kind of medic so we need to be able to cover a lot of roles. Opposed to the states that has the money train different types of medics. I believe.
I was interested in becoming a combat engineer. I looked on the website that lists all the soldiers who have died or were severely injured on duty and it seemed like a large amount of them were engineers being injured or killed by IEDs. In your experience do you see a larger number of engineers as patients over other areas of the military? Having never been overseas I cannot answer that.
That trade has its risks though for sure, by its very nature.
Hey I'm currently in my graduating year in canada and weighing out career options. I'm planning on becoming some sort of physician. I'm just wondering on how you got to where you are now. Did you join one of the cadet forces at a young age? Did you take a bachelors degree in the general sciences? I do not have a degree. I will be getting one as part of my PAs course in the years to come.
If you are interested in the miltary then give your local recruiting centre a call or visit the CF website www.forces.ca.
Does your username mean what I think it means? Probably not. lol.
Does anyone call you "warrior healer"? Nope. Thats a new one.
Do you see yourself going for SARtech? Personally no, but those guys are amazing.
To the people taking the piss out of Canada's army in this thread, take a moment to think about what few countries actually saw the world wars through from start to finish. Glad someone said it.
Is it a 'fun' job like not completely dull. The job can be both very fun and very dull depending on the day/time/year.
Fellow Canadian here, just wanted to thank you for your service. Having family that has served in various duties I appreciate what you do for our country. Thank you for your family's service. Hope one day I can contribute in that capasity.
You guys are hard as fuck. Thank you for your service. I personally am not hard as fuck but I work with many combat arms man who are. I just try to look after em. ;)
No question, just want to say fuck yeah! Canada rocks. Lol hell yea mate.
Also, THIS actually does happen all the time. ;)
What are you thoughts on CSOR (i think thats what its called) I have a buddy whos in it and he isnt aloud to really tell me anything about it or what he does. Canadian Special Operations Reg. (CSOR) are a branch of the Special Forces (yes Canada has that too).
They are bloody machines (the actual door kickers that is) and they do a lot of special work over seas.
What are you supposed to do in the field with an open stomach wound, say you were cut and your intestines came out a little. Suppose you won't make it to a hospital for 24 hours... Eviscerations are never good. All you can do it dress the protruding organs with sterile wet gauze and try to splint everything to the body. They need a surgeon and if they dont get one then...well, not good.
Whats your favorite wound or condition, how did you treat it. And what where the results. Im speaking about that one case. Not the general ones. Open Chest Wounds. From say a gun shot or stab wound.
They are very dangerous but also very fixable with needle decompression. It's amazing to see the difference it makes.
Wiki that cause explaining it will take quite a while.
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