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The most important part of an association is to make it possible for old comrades to get together and remember good times. The benefits of being a member of an association or branch include; receiving newsletters throughout the year, opportunity to attend functions such as reunions, dinners and luncheons but more importantly you will be part of a great fraternity and contributing to keeping the Airborne spirit alive.

Click on one of the links below to join an association:

Application form for  Canadian Airborne Forces Association (CAFA)

Application form for  the Airborne Regiment Association of Canada (ARAC)

Application form for  BORNEWEST (Chilliwack)

Application form for BORNEWEST DZ VI  (Vancouver Island)

Application form for the Edmonton Airborne Social Club

 

AIRBORNE LINKS

Airborne Kit Shops


CAFA/ARAC Kit Shop 


Canadian Airborne Regiment links

http://www.airborneassociation.com/

http://members.tripod.com/TimothyCoderre/default.htm

http://www.arvox.ca/jumper

http://www.commando.org//

More Airborne Links

http://www.1stcanpara.org/


A Coy, 1st Can Para is a group of living history re-enactors based in Atlantic Canada. Dedicated to honoring the men of the original 1st Can Para Bn during World War 2.

 

http://bcoy1cpb.pacdat.net/newpage11.htm

Excellent site with historical data on Canada's Airborne units. 

 

http://alliedspecialforces.org/

Airborne Forces Roll of Remembrance from 1940.  Accessible via the Memorial Index and Airborne Forces subheading.

http://www.palacebarracksmemorialgarden.org/

Web site for those airborne and parachute regiment soldiers killed in the Falklands and in Northern Ireland plus other units who have lost men in those conflicts.

Juno Beach Center 

http://www.junobeach.org/

Website dedicated to the Canadians who fell at Juno Beach. See the Juno Beach Memorial Brick Program which places an individual brick, inscribed to the memory of a veteran, individual or organization, in the memorial kiosks at the museum site at Courseulles-sur-Mer.