Fonds 94/231 - 1 Canadian Division fonds

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1 Canadian Division fonds

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CA ON00093 94/231

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  • 1990 or 1991 (Creation)
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    Canada. Canadian Armed Forces. Canadian Division, 1

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1 cm of textual records

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(1989-2000)

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In 1989, the 1st Canadian Division Headquarters (1 Cdn Div HQ) was reactivated together with 1st Canadian Division Headquarters and Signal Regiment (1 CDHSR). 1 Cdn Div HQ was a unique element of the Canadian Forces (CF) consisting of two units: 1 CDHSR and 1st Canadian Division Intelligence Company (1 Cdn Div Int Coy). It was capable of deploying a land-based, Joint Task Force Headquarters at Division level or a Joint Force Headquarters consisting of Navy, Army and Air Force personnel for territorial defence, contingencies and other missions including complex international scenarios. The mission of 1 Cdn Div HQ was to provide the CF with a deployable Division, Task Force or Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ) that can train formation HQs, plan for contingencies and command assigned forces in crisis situations. The HQ had, in priority, four roles: operations, training, support and planning. 1 Cdn Div HQ was stood down and amalgamated with 1 CDHSR and 79 Communication Regiment on June 1, 2000 to form the Canadian Forces Joint Operations Group (CFJOG).

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Fonds consists of a document in 1990 or 1991 outlining the structure of the support component of Joint Force Headquarters. This document details the various branches of the support unit and their responsibilities as well as the concept of support for the unit. Information on contingency planning and an example of a possible contingency deployment sequence are also included in the document.

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Fonds received 16 September 1994 from the 1st Canadian Division.

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  • English

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The following related records can be found in the Document Collection:
90/63 – Oplan Bugle: Deployment of the 1st Canadian Division to Europe for employment in NATO’s Central Region: 30 Nov 1989. NATO SECRET.
93/49- JFHQ [ Joint Force Headquarters] – Organization and responsibilities.
There is a Permanent Reference File [PRF] on the 1st Canadian Division.
Associated material can be found at Library and Archives Canada. The title is 1st Canadian Division Headquarters and the reference number is R117-716-1-E (formerly RG 24-6-46).

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