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Ray R. Henault

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Conference of Defence Associations Institute

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Background Information

Employment History

Base Commander

CFB Portage la Prairie , Manitoba


Commanding Officer

Tactical Air Group


Affiliations

NATO

Chairman of the Military Committee


Adga Group Inc

Strategic Executive Advisor and Chairman


Defence SA

Chief of the Staff


New Westminster College

Fellow


Discovery Air Inc.

Board Member


3rd Battalion

Chief of the Staff, Member


Eurocopter Canada Limited

Board Member


Southport Group

Board Member


Centre for Defence and International Security Studies

Senior Research Fellow


HMCS Chicoutimi

Crew Member


Canadian Press Ltd

Chairman of Nato's Military Committee


Bucharest Summit

Chairman of the Military Committee On the Preparations


60th Annual CIOR Symposium

Chairman of the NATO Military Committee


Army General Felix Sanz Roldan

Chairman of the Military Committee, Spain's Chief of Defence


Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

Member of the Most Venerable Order


Royal Canadian Air Force

Chairman of the Military Committee


University of Pecs

Honorary Professor


Canada Inc.

Chairman of Nato's Military Committee


North Atlantic Council

Senior Military Advisor


Education

Cole Suprieure de Guerre Arienne


National Defence College


University of Western Ontario


BA

New Westminster College - General Raymond Henault


Bachelor of Arts degree

University of Manitoba


Honorary Doctorate of Laws

University of Manitoba


Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy

Military Science

Royal Military College of Canada.


LLD

New Westminster College - General Raymond Henault


Master of Arts

Royal Military College


Web References(200 Total References)


www.natofoundation.org

Raymond R. Henault, President of the Conference of Defence Associations (CDA) Institute


helihub.com

Discovery Air Inc. announced today the appointment of General (Ret'd) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors at its Annual General Meeting.
General Henault retired in 2008 from a very distinguished career in the Canadian Forces. During his operational flying career, General Henault served as a fighter pilot (CF-101 Voodoo and T-33), flight instructor (CT-134 Musketeer) and eventually as a helicopter pilot (CH-135 Twin Huey and CH-136 Kiowa), accumulating over 4,500 hours of flying time. General Henault held a number of Command and Staff positions, including Commanding Officer of 444 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, Base Commander of CFB Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Chief of Staff Joint Operations, and Deputy Chief of the Air Staff. As Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff, or head of operations, General Henault's tenure was highlighted by the Canadian contribution to the Kosovo air and ground campaigns and other significant United Nations and NATO missions, including the Stabilization Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In June 2001, he was promoted to his present rank and appointed Chief of the Defence Staff, a position he held until February 2005 and a period marked by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and the commitment of Canada's forces to Afghanistan. General Henault was elected as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee by his NATO Peers in November 2004 and assumed his position at NATO HQ in Brussels in June 2005. In that capacity, he was the most senior military officer in the Alliance, representing all NATO Chiefs of Defence and serving as the senior military advisor to the North Atlantic Council. General Henault is a graduate of the École Supérieure de Guerre Aérienne (ESGA) in Paris, France and Canada's National Defence College. He is also an Honorary Ancien of the NATO Defence College in Rome, Italy. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Manitoba, and an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy (Military Science) from the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. He is also an Honorary Professor of the University of Pecs in Hungary. General Henault is the Strategic Executive Advisor and Chairman of the Board for ADGA Group in Ottawa, a member of the Board of Directors of Eurocopter Canada Limited and the President of the Conference of Defence Associations (CDA) Institute. Discovery Air's Board Chair, Gil Bennett, stated "We are very pleased that General Henault has joined the Board.


www.helicoptersmagazine.com

Discovery Air adds Henault to Board of Directors
June 13, 2012, Yellowknife, N.W.T. - Discovery Air Inc. announced today the appointment of General (Ret'd) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors at its Annual General Meeting. General Henault retired in 2008 from a very distinguished career in the Canadian Forces. During his operational flying career, General Henault served as a fighter pilot (CF-101 Voodoo and T-33), flight instructor (CT-134 Musketeer) and eventually as a helicopter pilot (CH-135 Twin Huey and CH-136 Kiowa), accumulating over 4,500 hours of flying time. General Henault held a number of Command and Staff positions, including Commanding Officer of 444 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, Base Commander of CFB Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Chief of Staff Joint Operations, and Deputy Chief of the Air Staff. As Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff, or head of operations, General Henault's tenure was highlighted by the Canadian contribution to the Kosovo air and ground campaigns and other significant United Nations and NATO missions, including the Stabilization Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In June 2001, he was promoted to his present rank and appointed Chief of the Defence Staff, a position he held until February 2005 and a period marked by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and the commitment of Canada's forces to Afghanistan. General Henault was elected as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee by his NATO Peers in November 2004 and assumed his position at NATO HQ in Brussels in June 2005. In that capacity, he was the most senior military officer in the Alliance, representing all NATO Chiefs of Defence and serving as the senior military advisor to the North Atlantic Council. General Henault is a graduate of the École Supérieure de Guerre Aérienne (ESGA) in Paris, France and Canada's National Defence College. He is also an Honorary Ancien of the NATO Defence College in Rome, Italy. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Manitoba, and an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy (Military Science) from the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. He is also an Honorary Professor of the University of Pecs in Hungary. General Henault is the Strategic Executive Advisor and Chairman of the Board for ADGA Group in Ottawa, a member of the Board of Directors of Eurocopter Canada Limited and the President of the Conference of Defence Associations (CDA) Institute. Discovery Air's Board Chair, Gil Bennett, stated "We are very pleased that General Henault has joined the Board.


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Discovery Air announces appointment of General (Ret’d) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors
Discovery Air - Discovery Air announces appointment of General (Ret'd) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors Home >‏ Media Centre >‏ News Articles >‏ Discovery Air announces appointment of General (Ret'd) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors Print this page Discovery Air announces appointment of General (Ret'd) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors Yellowknife, NT, June 12, 2012 - Discovery Air Inc. announced today the appointment of General (Ret'd) Raymond Henault to its Board of Directors at its Annual General Meeting. General Henault retired in 2008 from a very distinguished career in the Canadian Forces. During his operational flying career, General Henault served as a fighter pilot (CF-101 Voodoo and T-33), flight instructor (CT-134 Musketeer) and eventually as a helicopter pilot (CH-135 Twin Huey and CH-136 Kiowa), accumulating over 4,500 hours of flying time. General Henault held a number of Command and Staff positions, including Commanding Officer of 444 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, Base Commander of CFB Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Chief of Staff Joint Operations, and Deputy Chief of the Air Staff. As Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff, or head of operations, General Henault's tenure was highlighted by the Canadian contribution to the Kosovo air and ground campaigns and other significant United Nations and NATO missions, including the Stabilization Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In June 2001, he was promoted to his present rank and appointed Chief of the Defence Staff, a position he held until February 2005 and a period marked by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and the commitment of Canada's forces to Afghanistan. General Henault was elected as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee by his NATO Peers in November 2004 and assumed his position at NATO HQ in Brussels in June 2005. In that capacity, he was the most senior military officer in the Alliance, representing all NATO Chiefs of Defence and serving as the senior military advisor to the North Atlantic Council. General Henault is a graduate of the École Supérieure de Guerre Aérienne (ESGA) in Paris, France and Canada's National Defence College. He is also an Honorary Ancien of the NATO Defence College in Rome, Italy. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Manitoba, and an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy (Military Science) from the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. He is also an Honorary Professor of the University of Pecs in Hungary. General Henault is the Strategic Executive Advisor and Chairman of the Board for ADGA Group in Ottawa, a member of the Board of Directors of Eurocopter Canada Limited and the President of the Conference of Defence Associations (CDA) Institute. Discovery Air's Board Chair, Gil Bennett, stated "We are very pleased that General Henault has joined the Board.


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Raymond R. Henault


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