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Ray R. Henault

Chief of the Staff

Defence SA

HQ Phone:  +61 2 6277 3535

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Defence SA

Parliament House

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,2600

Australia

Company Description

Defence to develop a long term option for establishing an additional east coast fleet base for the LHDs and/or Future Submarine, noting that Brisbane is: a. well provided with industry capacity for maintenance, repair and sustainment; b. closer to mounting... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Base Commander

CFB Portage la Prairie , Manitoba


Commanding Officer

Tactical Air Group


Affiliations

Adga Group Inc

Strategic Executive Advisor and Chairman


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


NATO

Chairman of the Military Committee


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)


New Westminster College, British Columbia, Canada – The Board of Governors

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General Raymond Henault, BA, LLD, CD, MSC, CMM - Royal Canadian Air Force (Retired)
Governor and Distinguished Fellow of New Westminster College Chairman, NATO Military Committee (2005-2008) Chief of the Defence Staff of Canada (2001-2005)


www.cda-cdai.ca

General Raymond R. Henault
General Henault was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1949. He enrolled in the Canadian Forces in 1968, and in his early years served as a pilot and flight instructor, as an air traffic controller, an aviation staff officer in a brigade headquarters, and as a project director. From 1987 to 1989 he was the Commanding Officer of 444 Tactical Helicopter Squadron at the Canadian base in Lahr, Germany. Later, as Base Commander in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, General Henault headed Canada's premier flying training centre. In 1996 he was posted to National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa, beginning a series of jobs in military planning and operations. In 1998 he was promoted to lieutenant-?general and appointed Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff. In June, 2001, General Henault was promoted to his present rank and appointed Chief of the Defence Staff, a position he held until February 2005. General Henault was elected Chairman of the NATO Military Committee in November 2004 and assumed that position at NATO Headquarters in Brussels in June 2005. As Chairman of the Military Committee he is the senior military officer in the Alliance. Fluent in both English and French, General Henault is a graduate of the École supérieure de guerre aérienne (ESGA) in Paris and Canada's National Defence College. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree. General Henault holds the rank of Commander of the Canadian Order of Military Merit (CMM), Commander in The Most Venerable Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Commander of the French Légion d'honneur, the United States Legion of Merit in the degree of Commander, and the Czech Cross of Merit (1st Degree).


Southport - Ray Henault

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Ray Henault
Southport - Ray Henault Ray Henault Ray Henault Ray Henault Ray Henault was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1949. He is a graduate of the École supérieure de guerre aérienne (ESGA) in Paris and Canada's National Defence College. e 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, ON.He is also an Honorary Professor of the University of Pecs in Pecs, Hungary. After enrolling in the Canadian Forces in 1968, Ray served his early tours as a pilot and flight instructor. In addition to flying fighters, training aircraft and helicopters, he served as an air traffic controller, an aviation staff officer in a brigade headquarters, and as project director in Ottawa for the replacement of tactical light helicopters. From 1987 to 1989 he was the Commanding Officer of 444 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, a unit of 4 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group at the Canadian Forces Base (CFB)in Lahr, Germany. From 1990 to 1992, Ray was the base commander at CFB Portage la Prairie. A number of Canadian Air Force command and staff appointments followed, including command of 10 Tactical Air Group in St. Hubert, Quebec and Chief of Staff Operations at Air Command HQ in Winnipeg. In 1998, he was promoted Lt.-Gen. and appointed Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff. His three-year tenure was highlighted by the Canadian contribution to the Kosovo air and ground campaigns and other significant NATO missions. In June 2001, Ray was promoted to his present rank and appointed Chief of the Defence Staff, a position he held until February 2005. He then served as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Brussels, Belgium until retirement in 2008. Ray is the longest serving 4-star general in Canadian Forces history. Ray is the Chairman of the Strategic Advisory Board for ADGA/RHEA Consultants, Inc., and serves on the Board of Directors of Eurocopter Canada Ltd. as well as the Conference of Defence Associations. He is an Honorary director for the Building a Legend Project in Winnipeg and the Patron for the Hubbell Awards. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Defence & Security Studies and the University of Manitoba, and a frequent guest speaker at Queen's University, the Canadian Forces College and many official functions. Ray and his wife, Loraine, have two sons, Rick and Mike and a daughter, Louise. They have three grandchildren, Isabel (Rick), Nick and Amber (Michael). To relax, Ray enjoys golfing and flying.


Introducing the National Post’s special Afghanistan project, The Long Road – The Long Road

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Nor did anyone know how long the task would take although General Ray Henault, the Chief of Defence Staff, pledged, "We do know that we will contribute ... as long as it is required."


National Post editorial board: Peacekeeping before war-making – The Long Road

afghanistan.nationalpost.com [cached]

Ray Henault, the Chief of the Defence Staff, explained that our troops might return to Afghanistan, even as early as this fall, and that the withdrawal was merely a "strategic pause," a "rest and training period for our troops.


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