|For those new to D-Net, or for those who havent visited the site in a while
weve made a number of changes over the last few months. Wed like to
show you how weve organized D-Net, what youll find in some of the sub-pages,
and the best way to search for information.
The main sites
- Army This site links you
to everything about Canadas army, including information about its command structure,
organization, military equipment, uniforms, and decoration.
- Navy Sail with Maritime
Forces Atlantic, or get your feet wet with Maritime Forces Pacific. Read about the naval
reserve, maritime peacekeeping, and much more in one of our command newsletters.
- Air force This comprehensive site
provides information on the history and evolution of Canadas air force, as well as
its current missions, future direction, air-force leaders, groups, wings, and squadrons.
And theres lots more for flight bluffs.
- Recruiting Were hiring! And
weve provided a direct link to information on recruiting and career opportunities
with the Canadian Forces.
- Cadets Looking at post-secondary-school
education? Check out the Cadets Web site, where you can read
about the Cadets from the comfort of your own room.
- Inside DND/CF Here, youll learn more
about the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces, its mandate, and its
missions, and you can read the biographies of senior officials.
- ATI requests This is a
list of the completed access-to-information requests, which we update every month.
- DEBBS This area is reserved for
internal DND/CF use, to provide administrative and technical information for internal
users of this service. This area is known as the Defence Electronic Bulletin Board
Service, or DEBBS.
- Current operations
This should be your first stop for information about Canadas participation in UN and
NATO missions and operations abroad.
- Other related links Whats the
British army up to? How about our U.S. neighbours? The links on this page connect you
- Defence policy This is the spot for serious
students of Canadian defence and security issues. The directory provides information on
Canadian defence policy, the activities of the Standing Committee on National Defence and
Veterans Affairs, and the Security and Defence Forum. You can download the 1994 White
Paper on Defence Policy, or browse selected speeches by senior departmental officials.
- The Minister Get to know the Honourable Art
Eggleton, Canadas Minister of National Defence, by reading his biography and
browsing selected speeches. You can also call or write to his office. The Ministers
office phone numbers and mailing address are also provided.
- Write to the Troops Is a friend or
relative far away in Bosnia and you dont know how to write to him or her? The
"Write to the Troops" link gives all the addresses for all the bases in Canada,
as well as the spots in the world where Canadians are currently serving.
- I Want to Know Need information on how
to join the Canadian Forces? Need to know what NATO stands for? "I Want to Know"
gives you a chance to get answers to questions you may have been too afraid to ask.
- The News Room At this site, youll find
daily updates on whats happening from across the Department of National Defence and
the Canadian Forces. Whats the news of the day? Whats the Minister doing?
"The Press Room" will provide you with late-breaking news on important
activities, meetings, and events. You can also get background on current issues. Check out
our upcoming events so you dont miss any exciting occasions in your community.
Journalists you may want to bookmark this page, because its your one-stop
- Canadas Military Legacy Canada has
had a long and glorious military history. There is so much to tell, we cant begin to
describe it here so visit the page!
- Image Gallery The Canadian Forces
on-line photo library features action shots, historical photographs, and photos of
Canadian Forces equipment and personnel. More than 500 photos are currently available, and
we are adding more every month.
- The Maple Leaf / D-2000 News These two
publications are now on-line. If you cant get your hands on a paper copy, why not
browse through it on the Web?
- Searching D-Net: Are you looking for something specific? Try
the search button, where youll find an alphabetical subject index, an organizational
index, and a key-word search engine that will allow you to search the main D-Net server.
- The archive: If youre looking for historical
information or you just cant remember a headline from a few months ago, try looking
in the archive where weve organized information based on its release date,
and not its topic.
- Give us feedback: Wed love to hear from you! By
using the comment button that appears in each Header on every page, you can send us any
question or comment you have about the site, or any information that appears in it.