So was his dedication to what he regarded as his moral duty throughout his years serving with the famed Vandoos, the French Canadian 22nd Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force of which he was a commissioned officer.
What does CEF stand for?
CEF stands for Canadian Expeditionary Force (WWI)
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We have 224 other meanings of CEF in our Acronym Attic
- Central European Encephalitis Virus
- Central and Eastern European Virtual University (part of International Virtual University)
- Central and Eastern European Workshop
- Communication Effectiveness in Electronic Warfare
- Council on Energy, Environment and Water (India)
- Council for Economic Empowerment for Women of Africa
- Cable Entrance Facility
- Caixa Economica Federal (Brazil)
- CAN (Controller Area Network) Extended Frame
- Canadian Equestrian Federation
- Capabilities Exposure Function (Sprint)
- Captain Escort Forces (US Navy)
- Carbon Emission Factor
- Career Executive Force
- Catholic Education Foundation (various locations)
- Center of Excellence in Finance (various organizations)
- Centralized Environmental Facility
- Centre d'Enseignement du Français (French: Center for Teaching French; various locations)
- Centre d'Essai Ferroviaire (French: Railway Test Center)
- Centre Éducatif Fermé (French: Closed Educational Center)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 4,200 men who were part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Siberia [CEFS] have largely been forgotten by history.
The author provides an account of the national and international influences that directly affected more than 4,000 Indian soldiers who served voluntarily in the Canadian Expeditionary Force and how they were affected by the administrative policies that followed the war in terms of their lives at home and experiences in war and as returning veterans.
It sent a son to the Great War, where he survived a gas attack fighting for the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
Skillfully using the influential denominational papers and religious journals of the day, the author demonstrates how they dealt with political and social issues and set the scene for the dispatch of the Canadian Expeditionary Force of seven thousand to South Africa.
Canada showed her loyalty to the Mother Country and declared war on Germany and the Canadian Expeditionary Force fought With distinction on the Western Front for four, long, bloody years.
Today this unit is known as the Canadian Forces Joint Signal Regiment and it provided the supporting strategic and theatre level communications for all Canadian Forces Joint Operations Group missions until 2005 when the CFJOG was stood down and replaced by the Canadian Forces Joint Headquarters the deployable headquarters of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Command which was a new operational level headquarters stood up in 2005 as part of Canadian Forces transformation (Principal Source: 90 Years and Counting, a history of the Canadian Signal Corps).
Pegahmagabow, who served as a scout and sniper with the 1st Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War, earned a Military Medal and two bars for his courage under tire during the battles at Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, Passchendaele and Scarpe.