Talk:Communications and Electronics Branch
Made some relatively minor changes in reference to the reorganization of the Communication Reserve into the respective Brigades, and consequently, respective Land Force Areas.--Evilbred (talk) 19:33, 2 July 2008 (UTC)
Determining RCSigs Regimental number
When I was about 18 years of age I joined the Reserve Army - the Royal Canadian Signal Corps. I joined and served at Victoria BC. This would be about 1946 -1949. In December 1949 I joined BC Provincial Police and had to resign from the signal Corps.
Can anyone put me on to where I can get documentation of my service in the Reserve Army?
James Brett Forsyth
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