Adjuc/CWO Denis Breault, CD

    • Adjuc/CWO Denis Breault, CD

    Après plus de 41 ans de bons et loyaux services au sein des Forces armées canadiennes et de la Branche du Génie militaire canadien, l’adjuc Denis Breault, CD (biographie suivra dans un courriel séparé) prendra sa retraite le 3 mars 2018.  Une cérémonie de départ dans la dignité aura lieu le vendredi, 02 mars 2018 au Fox and Feather Pub and Grill, 283 rue Elgin, Ottawa (les détails des heures suivront dans un envoie ultérieur).

    Anecdotes et bons vœux de départ peuvent être envoyés au Maj Jorma Hamalainen, JORMA.HAMALAINEN@forces.gc.ca, RCCC : 997-7704, au plus tard le 15 février 2018.

    Chief Warrant Officer Denis Breault will retire on 03 March 2018 after more than 41 years of good and loyal service with the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).

    Chief Warrant Officer Breault joined the CAF on 22 September 1976 and served with 2 R22R in Quebec City, in 1977 he was posted to 1 R22R in Lahr Germany as an armoured vehicle driver.
     In 1980 CWO Breault was granted an occupational transfer to the Construction Engineering Technician occupation.

    As a CE Tech his postings included: Trenton, Valcartier, CFS Kamloops, Edmonton, CFS Holberg, CFB Chilliwack, Moncton, ASU Chilliwack, Shilo, and Selfkant Germany.

    On 01 December 2008 he was promoted to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer and employed as the logistic division CWO in Bagotville, he was then posted to D Air Pers Strat Ottawa as the Construction Engineering Occupation Manager. On 01 April 2014 he transferred to the Air Reserves and was employed at D Air Pers Strat in Ottawa as part of the occupation structure development team.

    During his career CWO Breault had the opportunity to participate in deployments such as SFOR Sarajevo (1997), TF Aviano Italy (1999), Coralici Bosnia (1999) and Tomislavgrad Bosnia (2000).

    Denis and his wife Shirley-Ann will relocate in northern Ontario after his retirement from the CAF to be near their daughter Britanie.