Camp Borden

Camp Borden,

large military training establishment, S Ont., Canada, NW of Toronto. It covers an area of 20,000 acres (8,094 hectares) and also includes an armored-vehicle range at Meaford, to the northwest.
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He enlisted in 1949 at the age of 18, completing his basic training at Camp Borden.
Then, if you pass the military's physical and psychological tests, you're posted to Camp Borden for basic training.
Dr James Gilbert, a native of Rugby, Warwickshire, who is captain in the Canadian Army Medical Corps Para-rescue Company, was called off a train travelling between Halifax and Camp Borden, Ontario, to make a hazardous parachute jump into a snowbound village to attend a dangerously ill eight-year-old girl last night.
IES certified photometric lab results and successful pilot field-testing conducted at Camp Borden military base have verified these industry-leading levels of performance.
LEFT: Lorenzo Tremblay at Camp Borden, Ontario, 1942.
42 Wing at Camp Borden for intermediate training, where he graduated with less than 50 hours of flying time.
Another distinction related to Borden belongs to Royal Flying Corps Cadet James Talbot, who has the unfortunate distinction of being the first fatality at Camp Borden and the first casualty of military flying in Canada.
Camp Borden turned 100 years old this month (for more on Borden, go to page 48).
I went on a clerk admin group 1 course in 1959 to Camp Borden and was company clerk for Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada.
Named after Sir Frederick Borden, minister of militia under Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier, Camp Borden was originally established as an infantry training centre.
After General Frank Worthington was forced to relinquish command of the 4th Armoured Division, he returned to Camp Borden in April 1944, this time as camp commandant.
Relocating to Camp Borden on May 1, 1938, it was renamed the Canadian Armoured Fighting Vehicle School.