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Intelligence Branch

Intelligence Branch

Created: 1 October 1982

Status as of 1 January 2000: Active branch of the Canadian Forces

The Intelligence Branch was an administrative branch of the Canadian Forces created as a reorganization of a larger branch originally formed during Unification.

History

In 1981, the Canadian Forces Security and Intelligence Branch was divided into two separate branches: one for Intelligence and the other for Security. The Intelligence Branch was officially formed 1 October 1982 with actual re-badging occurring on 29 October 1982, the 40th anniversary of the birth of the Canadian Intelligence Corps.

In 2000, a further split with the Security Branch occurred, with intelligence training moving from CFSIS at CFB Borden to the newly-formed CFSMI at CFB Kingston. This ended the formal affiliation of the Intelligence Branch with the former CFSIS.

Association

Intelligence Branch Association


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