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Nom de l'objet : Uniform
Type de l'objet : Military
Catégorie de l'objet : Personal Artifacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Clothing - Outerwear
Numéro d'accession : 2008.10.1
Date de début de production : 19700000 Later Than
Date de fin de production : 19920000 Later Than
Description : A Canadian Air Force Chaplain's uniform. The coat has four buttons down the front, two breast pockets, and two front pockets. The two breast pockets have buttons of the same design as the coat. The sleeves have a gold band with two black stripes and semi-circular badges on each shoulder. A small, black nametag is pinned above the right breast pocket. There are a two ribbons and a badge above the left breast pocket. The shoulder straps are attached with a button near the coat collar.
Commentaires : The presence of military chaplains in Canada stretches back to pre-Confederation. In 1796, a British Royal Warrant established the Royal Army Chaplains' Department. Thus, military chaplains were sent to British North America during the American Revolution, War of 1812, and various French and English conflicts. Post-Confederation, chaplains have ministered Canadian troops in the Northwest Rebellion, Boer War, World War I and World War II, Korea, and multiple United Nations and North Atlantic Treaty Organization operations. Since World War II, Canada has had a full time complement of military chaplains. During World War I, large numbers of clergy enrolled in the military; 357 Protestant and 83 Roman Catholic chaplains were sent overseas. By World War II, separate branches were established for the Roman Catholic and Protestant chaplaincies; 100 chaplains served with the navy, 400 served with the air force, and 900 served with the army. The chaplains are now trained to work in all three environments and in 1995, the chaplaincies rejoined into one branch. This uniform was originally worn by Roy White from 1970-1992. The blue and white ribbon indicates he was awarded a United Nations Force in Cyprus medal. The medal was given to those who served at least thirty days between March 27, 1964 and March 27, 1965. The red and white ribbon indicates he was awarded a Canadian Forces Decoration medal for twelve years of service.
Nombre d'objets : 1
Nombre de parties composantes : 5
Étiquette ou poinçon : Above the left breast pocket is a fabric rectangle with seven squares in following colour order: blue, white, blue, red, red, red, red. Above this badge is a badge of a semi-circular parachute attached to a maple leaf. The leaf has two wings extending from either side. On the forearm of the sleeve is a gold band with two black stripes.
Établissement : Debert Military Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Debert
Province de l'établissement : NS
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