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The Royal Canadian Navy is the maritime component of the CAF.
It protects Canada’s interests by: The Royal Canadian Navy is headed by the Commander Royal Canadian Navy who maintains combat-capable, multipurpose maritime forces designed for the above-mentioned duties.
Look at the sleeves of the uniform tunic (the jacket of the dress uniform) and the shoulders of other uniform clothing (shirt, sweater, windbreaker or overcoat).
Officers up to the rank of Colonel or Captain (Navy) have narrow gold rings around the cuffs of the uniform tunic and gold bars on the shoulders of other uniform clothing.
The Chief of Land Staff may also be referred to as the Army Chief of Staff.
The Royal Canadian Air Force is the air component of the CAF.
In some, officer candidates and serving officers attend the Royal Military College of Canada or a civilian university to earn a degree; in others, non-commissioned members in highly specialized technical occupations complete college diploma courses.
For details, read through the “Paid Education” section of the Recruiting website, or contact the Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre at 1-800-856-8488.
As Commander-in-Chief, the Governor General performs many duties, including: Read more about the Governor General in our “About Us” section or visit