Walter Natynczyk


Walter Natynczyk
Walter J. Natynczyk
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Surnom Walt
Naissance
Winnipeg
Origine Drapeau du Canada Canada
Grade CDN-Army-Gen-Shoulder.svg Général
Années de service 1975 -
Commandement Chef d'état-major de la défence Forces armées canadiennes
Distinctions Ordre du Mérite militaire
Décoration pour service méritoire
Décoration des Forces canadiennes

Le General (Gen) Walter J. Natynczyk, CMM MSC CD, est le chef d'état-major de la défense nationale (Forces Armées Canadiennes).

Gen Natynczyk a joint les Forces canadiennes en août 1975. He attended Royal Roads Military College and Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean, graduating in 1979 with a degree in Business Administration (student # 12320). His formative years were spent on NATO duty in Germany with The Royal Canadian Dragoons in troop command and staff appointments.

In 1983, LGen Natynczyk assumed duties as a Squadron Commander at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston (Ontario). In 1986, he commenced a five-year regimental tour in Petawawa, serving in several staff and squadron command appointments; this tour included six months of UN peacekeeping duties in Cyprus. On completion of Canadian Forces Command and Staff College, he served on the Army Staff in St Hubert Quebec.

En May 1994, MGen Natynczyk embarked upon a year-long tour with the United Nations dans l'anicenne Yougoslavie comme Chef d'opérations dans le secteur Sud-Ouest en Bosnie-Herzégovine within HQ 7 (UK) Armoured Brigade, puis comme le chef de Land Operations, UNPROFOR HQ à Zagreb, Croatie. En juin 1995 LGen Natynczyk est assigné to the Vice Chief of the Defence Staff within National Defence HQ in Ottawa. Il a ensuite commandé son régiment pendant deux ans, leading the Dragoons during domestic operations in the Ottawa region during the 1998 Ice Storm. LGen Natynczyk returned to Bosnia in 1998 as the Canadian Contingent Commander. A son retour en Ottawa (Ontario) en mars 1999 il est nommé J3 Plans and Operations durant la période de déploiement au Kosovo, Bosnie, East Timor et Eritrée.

LGen Natynczyk attended the U.S. Army War College and was subsequently appointed Deputy Commanding General, III Corps and Fort Hood. In January 2004, he deployed with III Corps to Baghdad, Iraq, serving first as the Deputy Director of Strategy, Policy and Plans and subsequently as the Deputy Commanding General of the Multi-National Corps (Iraq) during Operation IRAQI Freedom. LGen Natynczyk led the Corps' 35,000 soldiers, consisting of 10 separate brigades, stationed throughout the Iraq Theatre of Operations[1].

Upon his return to Canada he assumed command of the Land Force Doctrine and Training System. He was subsequently appointed Chief Transformation where he was responsible for implementation of the force restructuring and the enabling processes and policies.

LGen Natynczyk assumed the responsibilities of the Vice Chief of the Defence Staff on 28 June 2006.

LGen Natynczyk was awarded an Officer of Military Merit|O.M.M., a M.S.C., and a C.D[1].

Il fut nommé le 6 juin 2008 Chef d'état-major de la Défense du Canada en remplacement du Général Rick Hillier qui se retira le 1er Juillet 2008.

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