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Labadee, Haiti

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Labadee, Haiti




Labadee, Haiti

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Labadee, Haiti




Labadee, Haiti

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Labadee, Haiti




Labadee, Haiti

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Labadee, Haiti




Labadee, Haiti

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Labadee, Haiti




Labadee, Haiti




Op HALO

June 22, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Pte Trevor Boyd, a member of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), keeps a watchful eye on a doorway while taking part in a house-to-house search in Port au Prince. The searches are used to find illegal weapons that may still be present in Haiti.
The 2 RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 22, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Pte Jeff Lingard, a member of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), endures the 30-plus degree heat as he and his section drive to the location of their patrol, in their AOR (area of responsibility) in Port au Prince.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Capt Shawn Courty, a Reserve Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), distributes clothing he brought from home to children at a local orphanage in Port au Prince. Members of the 2RCR CIMIC) team visit the orphanage on a weekly basis to provide a variety of support and services. When not busy serving his country as a reservist, the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is an Emergency Response Security member for NB Power's Pointe Lepreau Nuclear Power facility.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Capt Shawn Courty, a Reserve Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), shares some candy with children of a local orphanage in Port au Prince. Members of the 2RCR CIMIC team visit the orphanage on a weekly basis to provide a variety of support and services. When not busy serving his country as a reservist, the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is an Emergency Response Security member for NB Power's Pointe Lepreau Nuclear Power facility.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: Maj Mike Fabbro Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti

Cpl Allen Gaines, a Fire Control System Technician, hooks up the power source system to inflate a modular tent of the Advanced Surgical Team (AST) medical facility, on the Canadian Camp in Port au Prince, Haiti.

The AST just arrived and will provide Canadian Forces members with Canadian Standard medical care. The medical facility is part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.

Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.

The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.

The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.

Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Capt Shawn Courty, a Reserve Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), shows Haitian children some photos of his family and Canada during a visit at a local orphanage in Port au Prince. Members of the 2RCR CIMIC team visit the orphanage on a weekly basis to provide a variety of support and services. When not busy serving his country as a reservist, the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is an Emergency Response Security member for NB Power's Pointe Lepreau Nuclear Power facility.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Capt Shawn Courty, a Reserve Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), shares some candy with children of a local orphanage in Port au Prince. Members of the 2RCR CIMIC team visit the orphanage on a weekly basis to provide a variety of support and services. When not busy serving his country as a reservist, the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is an Emergency Response Security member for NB Power's Pointe Lepreau Nuclear Power facility.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: Maj Mike Fabbro Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
The observation post (OP) at the Canadian Camp in Haiti is silhouetted against a Haitian sunset.
The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR) are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 22, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
A Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV), from the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), patrols one of the many crowded streets in Port au Prince.
The 2 RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 22, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Sgt Bobby Simmons (R) and Pte Ian Francis Beggs, both members of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), gather information from a local woman during a house-to-house search patrol. The searches are used to find illegal weapons that may still be present in Haiti.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Capt Shawn Courty, a Reserve Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), helps a young boy shoot the first basket on a basketball net that his team had just installed at a local orphanage in Port au Prince. Members of the 2RCR CIMIC team visit the orphanage on a weekly basis to provide a variety of support and services. When not busy serving his country as a reservist, the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is an Emergency Response Security member for NB Power's Pointe Lepreau Nuclear Power facility.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Capt Shawn Courty, a Reserve Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), interacts with children during one of his routine visits at one of the project sites he is responsible for in Port au Prince. When not busy serving his country as a reservist, the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is an Emergency Response Security member for NB Power's Pointe Lepreau Nuclear Power facility.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 20, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
Sgt Jacques Leblanc, a Reserve Mobile Support Equipment Operator (MSE Op) with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (2RCR), installs a basketball net at a local orphanage in Port au Prince. Members of the 2RCR Civil Military Cooperation team (CIMIC) visit the orphanage on a weekly basis to provide a variety of support and services. When not busy serving his country the Saint John, New Brunswick, native is the Chief Executive Officer for Lapelle Performance products Inc.
The 2RCR are part of Canada's contribution to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to support the continuation of a peaceful and constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.
Op HALO, the Canadian Forces' contribution, is extended beyond its initial 90-day mandate to permit Task Force Haiti (TFH) to assist in the transition to MINUSTAH from the original international mission, the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), which was formed in late February.
The goal of the MIF is to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to facilitate the delivery of relief aid to people in need, and to help the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights.
The Canadian Forces have about 500 personnel and six CH-146 Griffon helicopters located in Port au Prince and Gonaive.
Photo: Maj Mike Fabbro Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Op HALO

June 25, 2004
Port au Prince, Haiti
The Canadian contingent marches off at the end of a ceremonial parade held today in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. As part of the parade, the Canadian soldiers and Air Force personnel of Task Force Haiti serving on Operation HALO changed their regular uniform headdress for the United Nations (UN) blue beret.

This event marks their transfer from the Multinational Interim Force (MIF), with which they have served since March, to MINUSTAH (United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti). Operation HALO comprises about 500 Canadian Forces members under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Jim Davis.

The MIF was formed in late February under a UN Security Council Resolution to promote a secure and stable environment in Haiti by helping the Haitian Police and Coast Guard maintain law and order and protect human rights. MIF forces successfully completed their mission, paving the way for MINUSTAH.

MINUSTAH will consist of up to 6,700 troops and 1,622 civilian police, with a mandate to support the continuation of a peaceful, constitutional political process, and the maintenance of a secure and stable environment.

Operation HALO is expected to remain operational until 30 July and members are expected to return to Canada by the middle of September 2004. In addition, two CF members have been serving in key positions within the MINUSTAH headquarters since mid-May under Operation HAMLET.

Photo: MCpl Paul MacGregor Canadian Forces Combat Camera





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