Marquis Hainse

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Marquis Hainse
130911-065 U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno meets Canadian Army Commander Lt. Gen. Marquis Hainse.jpg
Lt. Gen Haines (left) meets U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno
Allegiance  Canada
Service/branch Canadian Army
Rank Lieutenant General
Commands held 1st Bn Royal 22e Régiment
5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group
Battles/wars War in Afghanistan
Awards Commander of the Order of Military Merit
Meritorious Service Cross
Canadian Forces Decoration

Lieutenant General Marquis Hainse CMM, MSC, CD is Chief of the Army Staff and Commander of the Canadian Army.

Military career[edit]

Hainse joined the Canadian Forces in 1977 and was commissioned into the Royal 22e Régiment in 1980.[1] He was deployed during the Oka Crisis in 1990 and again during the North American Ice Storm of 1998.[1] He became Commanding Officer of 1st Battalion Royal 22e Régiment at Port-au-Prince in Haiti in 1996, Chief of Staff of Land Force Quebec Area in 2001 and Commander of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Task Force in April 2002.[1] He went on to be senior officer in charge of international operations at the National Defence Headquarters later in 2002, Commander of 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group in September 2004 and Chief of Staff of Canada Command in Ottawa in July 2006.[1] He then served in Afghanistan as Deputy Commander Regional Command South in 2007 and became Commander of Land Force Doctrine and Training System in May 2008 before becoming Chief of Programme at National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa in August 2010 and then Deputy Commander Allied Joint Force Command Naples in 2011.[1]

Hainse became Chief of the Army Staff and Commander of the Canadian Army in July 2013.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Lieutenant-General J.M.M. Hainse, CMM, MSC, CD". Canadian Army. 23 July 2013. Retrieved 7 September 2013. 
  2. ^ "Hainse to lead army". Vanguard. 19 July 2013. Retrieved 7 September 2013. 
Military offices
Preceded by
Peter Devlin
Commander of the Canadian Army
2013-
Succeeded by
Incumbent