Defence Construction Canada tribute in recognition of outstanding service in support of Canada's mission in Afghanistan: CC154-2/2014E-PDF
National Day of Honour, May 9, 2014.
"At DND’s request, DCC deployed to Afghanistan to help sustain the military engineering mission. Beginning in 2003 in Kabul, DCC provided contract management support to rebuild an infrastructure shattered by decades of war. In 2006, DCC began deploying to Kandahar in roles that included program, project and contract management. Today, we are recognizing the 63 DCC employees who deployed to Afghanistan for their outstanding service. DCC is also proud to recognizethe nine managers who travelled in theatre to support and inspect operations, and all staff at Head Office, Regional Offices, Site Offices and Military Operations Support who supported our teams This publication draws from interviews conducted with a few of these employees, as we preserve and honour their experiences, and pay tribute to their hard work and dedication."--Introd., p. 3.
|Department/Agency||Defence Construction Canada.|
|Title||Defence Construction Canada tribute in recognition of outstanding service in support of Canada's mission in Afghanistan|
|Subtitle||National Day of Honour, May 9, 2014.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Construction de défense Canada hommage en reconnaissance des services exceptionnels à l'appui de la Mission canadienne en Afghanistan : journée nationale de commémoration, le 9 mai 2014.|
|Number of Pages||11 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Defence industry, Crown corporations, Employment abroad|
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