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Lieutenant-Général Jocelyn Paul

CONSEILS DE SÉCURITÉ PODCAST  

June 14, 2021

Dans cet épisode de Conseils de sécurité, Sarah-Myriam et Thomas rencontrent le Lieutenant-Général Jocelyn Paul, le membre des Premières Nations le plus haut-gradé au sein des Forces armées canadiennes. Le Lgén Paul, aujourd’hui le commandant-adjoint du Commandement interarmées de l’OTAN à Naples, nous parle des moments marquants de sa carrière. Il analyse également les défis principaux dans les relations entre les Forces et les Premières nations, notamment en matière de recrutement. Il nous explique ensuite en quoi ses origines l’ont aidé, lors de ses nombreux déploiements, et en particulier à Kandahar en Afghanistan, à mieux comprendre l’importance de la culture locale.


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  • Terry Liston
    commented 2021-09-10 12:40:23 -0400
    General Paul is well known, – commanded a very successful Van Doo battalion in Afghanistan, the Division in Ontario, served in PCO, now No 2 In NATO JFC ( formerly Allied Forces Southern Europe (AFSOUTH), ) etc. this is all covered. Most touching and revealing is Gen Paul’s description of Canadian Aboriginal military support and loyalty to the King since the former French regime and then the British era up to the war of 1812 against the US – a tradition passed on to today’s young First Nation soldiers. WOW
  • Chris Pavlik
    published this page in Conseils de sécurité Podcast 2021-06-14 14:29:47 -0400
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