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 Baor 27CIB Canadian Intelligence Corps & Public Relations

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Number of posts : 265
Age : 88
Localisation : North Huron Township, ON,Canada
Cap Badge : Royal Canadian Artillery
Places Served : CFB Valcartier, CFB Borden, AFVR Meaford, Ipperwash, CAN; Hannover, Putlos; 21 Fd Regt RCA(M)
Registration date : 2011-07-09

PostSubject: Baor 27CIB Canadian Intelligence Corps & Public Relations    8/3/2012, 22:18

Baor (27CIB) surfers,
Installment No. 30 Part A, Canadian Intelligence Corps
Part B, No. 27 Canadian Public Relations Unit
The following research sources were used to support Part A below:
Historical Report No. 51
A Short History of Canadian Military intelligence
From Historical Report No. 51
Page 7, Para 16,''C. Int. C.- To form No.2 Field Security Section and
No.1 Intelligence Training Company''
Page 9, Para 25(a), ''designated as 'Battle' Units,
No. 2 Field Security Section, C. Int. C.''
From A Short History of Canadian Military Intelligence,''With the formation of the 27 Canadian Infantry Brigade for duty with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) came the mobilization of No. 1 Reserve Force Intelligence Training Company of Montreal to form the No. 2 Field Security Section for operations in Europe.''
''In 1952 training activities were moved to Camp Borden where the Canadian School of Military Intelligence opened a small counter intelligence (CI) detachment located in Germany. A number of Corps officers and men were involved in imagery interpretation and strategic and combat intelligence duties.''

'' The colours scarlet, dark green, and white denote the evolution of the Intelligence Branch from the Canadian Corps of Guides, the Canadian Intelligence Corps and the Canadian Forces Security Branch. The star is based on the silver North Star symbol embodied in the Canadian Intelligence Corps badge and thus further preserves historic ties. It is configured in the shape of a compass rose to draw notice to the world-wide scope of Intelligence Branch responsibilities. The Canadian Intelligence Corps regimental march, 'Silver and Green' has been superseded by the Intelligence Branch march-'eine Kleine nacht musik' by Mozart. The Canadian Intelligence Corps motto, a Latin translation of-Out Of darkness Light- E. Tenebris Lux''.
Installment No. 30, Part B, No.27 Canadian Public relations Unit
The following sources were used to support the research for the information below:
Historical Report No. 51
Page 9, Para 25(a) ''designated as a 'Battle' Unit No 27 Canadian Public Relations
Unit''
A historical work, ''Fifty years in the Field" by Jack Donoghue, 1993, Dundurn Press
Ltd.
''Major Jack Donoghue appointed command of the Canadian Public Relations Unit based in Hannover''. Unfortunately some of the pictures in his book are under copyright protection and cannot be included in this account until permission is received from the publisher. Hopefully, the pictures will follow in due course.
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Number of posts : 265
Age : 88
Localisation : North Huron Township, ON,Canada
Cap Badge : Royal Canadian Artillery
Places Served : CFB Valcartier, CFB Borden, AFVR Meaford, Ipperwash, CAN; Hannover, Putlos; 21 Fd Regt RCA(M)
Registration date : 2011-07-09

PostSubject: Re: Baor 27CIB Canadian Intelligence Corps & Public Relations    12/3/2012, 21:06

Baor(27CIB)surfers,
Further to my last post about No 27 Public Relations Unit and after having checked out possible copyright issues the following picture is being posted:

Major Jack Donoghue leads the 27th Brigade Public Relations Unit aboard ship in Quebec City harbour for departure to Germany in Nov/Dec 1951.
Courtesy Department of National Defence


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PostSubject: Re: Baor 27CIB Canadian Intelligence Corps & Public Relations    13/3/2012, 16:54

Bob

thanks for another informative posting featuring types of units not usually mentioned on this site
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Number of posts : 265
Age : 88
Localisation : North Huron Township, ON,Canada
Cap Badge : Royal Canadian Artillery
Places Served : CFB Valcartier, CFB Borden, AFVR Meaford, Ipperwash, CAN; Hannover, Putlos; 21 Fd Regt RCA(M)
Registration date : 2011-07-09

PostSubject: Re: Baor 27CIB Canadian Intelligence Corps & Public Relations    14/3/2012, 02:41

Baor(27CIB) surfers,
JPW
Thanks for your observation on my recent post about the deployment of No. 27 Public Relations Unit in Hannover in 1951. Research thus far indicates that there were interesting and troublesome issues involving the Brigade which required some aggressive PR push back and damage control. Not only was there some negative press about the Canadians in Hannover but also there was bad press on the home front by the drive by media in the Eastern Canadian newspapers. Donoghue's "Fifty Years in the Field" is on order through inter library loan and I think that there is going to be enough substance for an interesting future post.
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Number of posts : 265
Age : 88
Localisation : North Huron Township, ON,Canada
Cap Badge : Royal Canadian Artillery
Places Served : CFB Valcartier, CFB Borden, AFVR Meaford, Ipperwash, CAN; Hannover, Putlos; 21 Fd Regt RCA(M)
Registration date : 2011-07-09

PostSubject: Re: Baor 27CIB Canadian Intelligence Corps & Public Relations    22/3/2012, 02:01

Baor(27CIB)surfers
Installment No. 31 Senior Appointments to 27CIB 1951-53

Picture of Brig Geoffrey Walsh courtesy of Paul Godley
During the second year of Brigadier Walsh's stay in Germany, the 27th Canadian Inf Brigade was commanded by Brigadier J. E. C. Pangman, D.S.O., E.D.

The picture above was taken at the Bisley Shoot in 1954.
Brigadier Pangman, Commander of the Canadian Army Liaison Establishment in England is shown welcoming the Canadian Army Cadet Bisley Shoot team to England.
L to R Cadets Ford, Tweedie, Smith D.A., & Mitchell
The picture is courtesy of the Canadian Army Cadet League Collection
Senior Appointments Continued
Page 10, Para 27, ''Commanding officers of the four major units of the 27 Bde Gp were also named on the 25 May 51 as follows:
1 Cdn Rifle Bn - Lt Col E.W. Cutbill, D.S.O., E.D.
1 Cdn Highland Bn -Lt Col R. L. Rutherford, C.B.E.
1 Cdn Inf Bn - Lt Col J.K.Mahoney, V.C.
79 Fd Regt R.C.A. - Lt Col M.L. Lahaie, D.S.O.
79 Field Ambulance, R.C.A.M.C. - Lt Col R.D. Barron, M.C.
During July 1951 Lt Col Mahoney was forced by ill health to relinquish his command , being succeeded by Lt Col J.E.L. Castonguay, C.D.
In Oct Lt Col Cutbill was succeeded by Lt Col J.M. Delamere, M.B.E.,E.D.
Maj J.D.M. Gillan held the appointment of brigade major until 23 Jan 52, when he was succeeded by Maj R.S. Graham.''

Next Installment, Was ist los im Putlos?





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