Standing Orders for The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
These Standing Orders for The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery replace those issued on 1 February 2001. The only official version of these Standing Orders is in electronic PDF format. All Gunners must be familiar with the customs and traditions of the RCA. Collectively, we must strive to uphold this heritage and to enhance the great reputation which The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery has established over the years. To do less is to break faith with those Gunners who have preceded us and to diminish the inheritance of those who will follow.
Standing Orders for The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery – Volume 1 (History, Organization & Heritage)
Standing Orders for The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery – Volume 2 (Administration)(Revison Pending)
RCA Strategic Capabilities Assessment
The RCA Strategic Capabilities Assessment is about the identification and prioritization of capabilities that will ensure The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery (RCA) is relevant, employed and valued by the Canadian Army in the future 5 to 20-year timeframe. It articulates strategic long-term goals, capabilities and priorities of effort for the RCA in order to facilitate unity of thought, purpose and action. All aspects of this capabilities assessment are founded on the imperative of contributing to the future success of the Canadian Army in operations.
RCA Strategic Capabilities Assessment 2016
RCA Family Strategy
The RCA Family Strategy provides The Royal Regiment and all constituents of its Regimental Family a collective sense of direction.
RCA Family Strategy 2015 – Covering Letter
RCA Family Strategy 2015
RCA Campaign Plan
The purpose of the RCA Campaign Plan is to provide considered, timely and coherent artillery inputs to broader Army capability development and force management efforts.
RCA Campaign Plan 2017-18
RCA Honorary Appointments Aides Memoire
The purpose of this Aide-Memoire is to assist new Honoraries in The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery to become familiar with their role as an Honorary, and promote a common understanding of commitment and expectations.
Canadian Army Aide Memoire
RCA Aide Memoire
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