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    Exercise Maple Rosolve 19-01 is a Success

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    Multi-national Joint Exercise Maple Resolve 19-01 held at 3rd Canadian division support base Det Wainwright, has been deemed a success. After months of initial planning and preparation, the two week long validation exercise for the Canadian Army’s High Readyness Brigade began May 11th is coming to an end. Life like battle fields and environments were set up to create realistic deployment like situations. Canadian troops were able to apply their military training with the support of the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Australia and others. Weather peace enactments or actual battle scenarios the outcomes were well received. Early reports to the generals have been filled with praise.
    Weather peace enactments or actual battle scenarios the outcomes were well received
    The composition of forces also provided invaluable interoperability experiences.
    The general consensus is that the exercise has been extremely beneficial at preparing troops to be combat ready. Reporting from Wainwright, Alberta I’m Army Sergeant Steve Clark
    Also: the exercise officially ends May 25, 2019

    SME: MG John Cardwell, Special Assistant to the Commander (IMA) North American Aerospace Command/United States Northern Command for Reserve Matters
    IN: 46:38

    SME2:Cpl Daniel Coveney, Princess of Wales’ Own Regiment
    IN: 01:04:02

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 05.24.2019
    Date Posted: 05.28.2019 09:27
    Category: Package
    Video ID: 683303
    VIRIN: 190524-A-XP153-900
    Filename: DOD_106801418
    Length: 00:01:47
    Location: AB, CA
    Hometown: WAINWRIGHT, AB, CA
    Hometown: SALEM, OR, US

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