4. Current Affiliated Canadian Armed Forces Branches, Corps & Services

CommunicationsCanadian Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Branch

The Communications & Electronics (C&E) Branch and a number of affiliated organizations serve a similar objective – that of providing C & E personnel a professional ‘identity’, professional development, and a social environment for the fostering of camaraderie and esprit de corps. While there is overlap in their respective activities, each organization fulfils a meaningful role in the eyes of their members.

The C & E Branch is one of many personnel Branches which were created in 1968 following the integration of the Canadian Forces. The purpose of these Branch structures was to enable members of the Canadian Forces in related occupations to identify with each other in cohesive professional groups

 

 

Canadian Armed Forces Logistics BranchLogistics 2

The Logistics Branch provides supply chain management, transportation, human resource management, finance, and food services, movements, postal, and ammunition

 

 

CFHSG BadgeCanadian Forces Health Services Group (CFH Svcs Gp)

The CFHS provides medical support for the Canadian Forces (CF) both at home and abroad. It is also a personnel branch of the CF. The Royal Canadian Medical Service (RCMS) along with the Royal Canadian Dental Corps (RCDC) form the CF H Svcs Gp. Note: The RCMS was formerly named the Canadian Forces Medical Service until it was renamed on October 9, 2013. Click here to learn more about the CFHS.

 

 

Corps of Royal Canadian  Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RCEME)RCEME Badge

RCEME is a personnel branch of the Canadian Forces (CF) that provides army engineering maintenance support. From the 1980s to 2013 it was called the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Branch. Click here to learn more about RCEME.

 

 

 

Military PoliceCanadian Armed Forces Military Police (CAFMP)

The Canadian Armed Forces Military Police (CAFMP) contribute to the effectiveness and readiness of the Canadian Forces and the Department of National Defence (DND) through the provision of professional police, security and operational support services worldwide. CAFMP are unusual in that they are classified as Peace Officers in the Criminal Code of Canada,which gives them the same powers as civilian law enforcement personnel to enforce Acts of Parliament on or in relation to DND property or assets anywhere in the world.