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Sending Military Christmas Cards and Letters

Monday, October 10th, 2011

10-10-2011
Christmas Cards

Mail for “Any Canadian Forces Member”
Canadian Forces members serving overseas appreciate receiving correspondence from Canadians as well as groups, schools and organizations from across Canada.

CHRISTMAS MAILING GUIDELINES: Mail intended for Christmas delivery to Canadian Forces personnel serving overseas and using the Belleville address must arrive at Belleville by November 18, 2011.

Schools, groups, businesses and associations may send cards and letters bulked in a parcel. The parcel is not to contain any other item other than correspondence. Parcels found to contain items other than correspondence will be returned to the sender at the sender’s expense.

All letters and parcels containing letters/cards are to be addressed to “Any Canadian Forces member”. Following are addresses to be used for military personnel in various fields of operation:

OP ATTENTION and ARCHER – Kabul, Afghanistan:
Any Canadian Forces Member
CAMP ……(name of camp) (Attention or Archer)
KABUL
PO BOX 5140 STN FORCES
BELLEVILLE ON K8N 5W6
OP GLADIUS – Golan Heights:
OP GLADIUS
PO BOX 5238 STN FORCES
BELLEVILLE ON K8N 5W6

OP KOBOLD – Pristina, Kosovo:
Any Canadian Forces Member
CANADIAN CONTINGENT PRISTINA
PO BOX 5249 STN FORCES
BELLEVILLE ON K8N 5W6

OPS SATURN and SAFARI – Sudan:
Any Canadian Forces Member
OP SATURN – SAFARI
PO BOX 5225 STN FORCES
BELLEVILLE ON K8N 5W6

Lt. Governors Training

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Title: Lt. Governors Training                                                   

Location: Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp

Start Date: 2011-06-04End Date: 2011-06-06