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02/19/2019

JTF Nijmegen NCR Information Briefing #3 (French)

Wednesday, 13 February, 2019 from 1330-1500 hrs
Harmony Conference Room
Rideau Canal Junior Ranks Mess (Fourth Floor)

The National Capital Region (NCR) recruiting campaign for Joint Task Force (JTF) Nijmegen 2019 is officially on!

The Nijmegen Marches consist of four days of marching through the countryside as well as the crowded streets of towns and villages of the Nijmegen area in the Netherlands.  Each military participant will march a total of 160 km over four days (16 to 19 July 2019) while wearing standard combat clothing and carrying a military backpack weighing at least 10 kg.  The marches are neither competitive nor a test of speed.  To ensure success, interested participants must demonstrate good team spirit and undergo an extensive training regime.  NCR Team Selection Training runs from April – June 2019 with JTF Nijmegen deploying 11 to 22 July, 2019.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT:

NCR Team Leader
Lt(N) Jonathan Honey

NCR Team 2IC
WO Kyle Bergeron

 

This post is also available in: Français (French)

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