Find what you are looking for in the CAF in either the Regular Force (full-time) or Reserves (part-time).
Achieve Your Goals
Martine Guay first joined the CAF as a Reservist before proudly becoming the first female Regimental Sergeant Major at the Canadian Special Operation Forces Headquarters. She’s become a leader for other women, showing that it’s possible to earn high-ranking positions within CAF.
When you want something, you just go after it... Nothing is impossible
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Martine Guay
Meet Captain Jennifer Bass, an Air Combat Systems Officer working at 415 Squadron in Greenwood, Nova Scotia. When she’s not working on Canada’s long-range patrol aircraft, The Aurora, she can be found pursuing her passion for oil painting and studying for her Master of Arts degree.
There is nothing physically that I am unable to do that somebody else can.
Captain Jennifer Bass, Air Combat Systems Officer
Care for your job
Corporal Melissa Miller is a cook at the Canadian Forces Base in Comox, British Colombia and cooks almost 10 million meals every year, providing morale for the military.
You need to care – you need to put the love into food ‘cause if you don’t put the love, people can taste the difference.
Corporal Melissa Miller
Ready to Go
As a Materials Technician, Private Samantha McPhee, currently serving in Petawawa, Ontario, is considered a fabricator in the Canadian Armed forces: she has the skills to repair or fabricate items so that land-based equipment can perform to its optimum level. But, she is a soldier first and trains hard to be prepared for anything.
My favorite part of being in the military and being a Mat Tech is that we get to exercise every morning. And when you come to work, you feel refreshed and ready to go
Private Samantha McPhee
That fire keeps getting stronger
Sgt Karen Nightingale is a Flight Steward with 437 Squadron in CFB Trenton and serves the Prime Minister and his wife on the aircraft. She also does charity work and is into bodybuilding.
You are only going to get out of it what you put into it. I have taken that to the max
Sgt Karen Nightingale, Flight Steward