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Photo: Cpl Patrick Drouin

Face behind the photos

July 2, 2019 at 1:56 pm

The Courier Rank: Cpl Hometown: Montreal, Quebec How long have you been in the CAF? 26 years Why did you become an Imagery Tech? I became an imagery technician by a fortunate chain of event. I was about to be released medically, from my old trade, as a Land Communication and Information Systems (LCIS) technician. Though, at the last minute I received an offer to stay and change trades. I took a few photo coursesRead More

Photo: Sgt France Morin

Face behind the photos

June 11, 2019 at 3:14 pm

The Courier Sgt France Morin is retiring from the Imagery trade after completing a combined service of 37 years. After completing two tours in Afghanistan, working with Strategic Joint Staff, Arms Control and Verification, Open Skies and travelling the world, Sgt Morin will be moving back to her hometown in July to Pincourt, Quebec and is looking forward to rekindling old high school friendships. Here is her story. Rank: Sergeant Hometown: Pincourt, QC How longRead More

Face behind the photos

Face behind the photos

May 21, 2019 at 10:44 am

The Courier Rank: Avr Hometown: Greenwood, NS How long have you been in the CAF? Almost two years. Why did you become an Imagery Tech? My mom gave me a camera when I was 10 years old and I haven’t stopped shooting since. What is your favourite type of photography? As I am new to the trade, I am still getting my feet wet. I did use a technique where I illuminated a lake byRead More

A United States Navy (USN) E/A-18G Growler from VAQ-134 “Garudas” Squadron takes off from the inner runway at Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake on June 15th 2018 during Maple Flag 2018. 
Photo: OS Darren McDonald, AETE Image Data Systems

Face behind the photos

April 30, 2019 at 2:16 pm

The Courier Name: Darren McDonald Rank: Able Seaman Hometown: Winnipeg, MB How long have you been in the CAF: 3 years Why did you become an Imagery Tech: Growing up I had the desire to join the military since my father had been a member for 26 years. When I applied for the Forces I was going for another trade, but when I came across Imagery Technician I switched my choice. There was something aboutRead More

Photo: Adam Scotti - PMO/CPM

Face behind the photos

April 9, 2019 at 1:58 pm

The Courier Name: Malcolm Byers Rank: MCpl Hometown: Kelowna, BC How long have you been in the CAF: 20 Years Why did you become an Imagery Tech: Having started as an armoured crewman in the Army Reserve, I attended film school planning to work in the BC Film industry. Following graduation I very quickly determined that relocating to work in this industry was not for me. During exercises I noticed the wonderful imagery being producedRead More

Face behind the photos

Face behind the photos

March 19, 2019 at 10:07 am

The Courier Name: MCpl Heather (HJL) MacRae Hometown: Beaverbank, NS How long have you been in the CAF? 22+ years Why did you become an Imagery Tech? Ex Artillery, I was broken and had to choose another trade that fit my Medical limitations. Imagery technician seemed pretty cool and allowed me to continue with the CAF. What is your favourite type of photography? Geesh, so hard to pick. Nature / people (close up expressions) andRead More