WO/Adj A.D. Anderberg CD

    After more than 26 years of loyal and dedicated service to the Canadian Armed Forces and the Canadian Military Engineers, WO Anthony Anderberg, CD, will retire on 06 April 2022. A small DWD will be held on 15 Mar 2022 in Building 732 of the CMTC OP GP. Attendance will be limited due to COVID-19 Restrictions. Congratulatory messages and best wishes can be sent to WO S.A. Thompson at Scott.Thompson@forces.gc.ca.

    WO Anthony Anderberg joined the CAF on 28 Feb 1996 as an Armoured crewman with the South Alberta Light Horse in Medicine Hat, AB. WO Anderberg transferred to the Regular Force in Feb 2001 as a Field Engineer. After completing Engineer trade training at the Canadian Forces School of Military Engineering (CFSME), WO Anderberg was posted to 1 Combat Engineer Regiment (1 CER) in Edmonton, AB.

    While at 1 CER, WO Anderberg deployed on OP PALADIUM in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2002- 2003 and on OP ATHENA in Afghanistan; Kabul in 2004-2005 and Kandahar in 2008. In 2009, WO Anderberg was posted to CFSME where he spent the majority of his time in the EOD/CIED cell as an instructor. After four years at the school, WO Anderberg was posted to Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit - CBRN (CJIRU-CBRN) in 2013. In 2015, WO Anderberg was again posted to 1 CER. While at the unit this time, he deployed on OP LENTUS in 2017 to combat the wildfires in BC and on OP UNIFIER in 2019-2020 in Ukraine.

    WO Anderberg’s final posting in 2020 was to the Canadian Manoeuver Training Center (CMTC) in Wainwright, AB, as an Observer Controller Trainer (OCT) where he will serve until his retirement in Apr 2022. WO Anderberg is married to Sylvie and has three children; Zackary, Alexander, and Nicholas.