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Old June 26th, 2011, 18:44   #16
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....Sirtaco27, don't expect to be closing with and destroying the enemy as that is not the mission of Armour Recce. Recce observes, and reports what they see. Conducting Recces via vehicle(Reservists would use G-Wagon) or dismounted. As well Reserve Armour Recce is also tasked with Convoy Escort, and they were heavily employed in that role in Afghanistan for the NSE.....
You're exactly right Mike, the role of reconnaissance (at least when I was first taught it - the wording has since changed slightly) is "to obtain accurate and tactical information on the enemy and ground in a theatre of war and report it back to a higher command in a timely fashion". Long story short, as a reconnaissance soldier if you have to fire your weapon, you have failed.
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Old June 27th, 2011, 13:44   #17
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You're exactly right Mike, the role of reconnaissance (at least when I was first taught it - the wording has since changed slightly) is "to obtain accurate and tactical information on the enemy and ground in a theatre of war and report it back to a higher command in a timely fashion". Long story short, as a reconnaissance soldier if you have to fire your weapon, you have failed.
We used to go out when there was a Recce course going on and act as the enemy force. All we had to do to get them to fail their qualification was to get them to fire their weapons. You'd find where they were laagered and probe and probe to get a response. Knowing that they were supposed to be invisible some people would still get irked and start shooting back.

Of course they would return the favor for us if we needed an enemy. It sure looked like a dream job. long hair? Check. Crewsuit? Check. SMG stowed away unloaded so it won't get dusty, rusty or carboned up? Check. Driving cross country with a giant ruck of extra gear tucked in your vehicle instead of humping? Check. Can't wear web gear in case it gets tangled on something? Check. And so on.
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Old June 27th, 2011, 15:01   #18
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ybrik: awesome pics.
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Old June 28th, 2011, 17:24   #19
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Fuck I totally forgot about this event.
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Old June 28th, 2011, 21:44   #20
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Great pics. Infantry was all 4 rcr london/stratford. Lav from petawawa, g wagons from 1H, london. Bad guys were engineers, St thomas. We were just trying to use all the equipment we had on display. QRF was also 4 rcr.
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Old June 28th, 2011, 21:50   #21
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Well goddamn. I'm sorry guys, I literally had almost no info whatsoever on the Canadian military due to me living in Amurica for too damned long. The only thing I understood from my dad (former infantry) was that being in infantry sucked and I didn't want to do signals or be a medic. So I chose the branch with the giant ass vehicles scattered around the garage.
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