Canadian Forces Artillery MOS

Canadian Forces Artillery MOS

 

The Canadian Artillery is broken down into  two main functions.  Field and horse artillery are the classifactions of the field guns (usually towed) regiments.  There are no horse drawn guns anymore.   Field guns are towed, while horse regiments are normally tracked arty and howitzers.

Air Defence is self-explanatory, in that it is anything to do with the protection against aircraft.

Enlisted - Field/Horse Enlisted - Air Defence
Entry:  None Entry:   None
First Term Skills:
Tracked Vehicle 2
Heavy Weapons 1
Small Arms 1
Navigation 1
Forward Observer 1
Observation 1
Subsequent Term Skills:

A total of 4 levels or combination there of.  See US Artillery.

First Term Skills:
Wheeled Vehicle 2
Heavy Weapons 1
Small Arms 1
Navigation 1
Forward Observer 1
Observation 1
Subsequent Term Skills:

A total of 4 levels or combination there of.  See US Artillery.

Contacts:  One per term, military.  Roll 1d10 for 8+ for the contact to be foreign Contacts:  One per term, military.  Roll 1d10 for 8+ for the contact to be foreign.

 

Officer  - Field/Horse Officer  - Air Defence
Entry:  RMC, OCS, or commission Entry:   RMC, OCS, or commission
First Term Skills:
Leadership 1
Persuasion 1
Small Arms 1
Heavy Weapons 1
Navigation 1
Forward Observer 1
Observation 1
Subsequent Term Skills:

A total of 3 levels or combination there of.  See US Artillery Officer.

First Term Skills:
Leadership 1
Small Arms 1
Persuasion 1
Navigation 1
Heavy Weapons 1
Forward Observer 1
Observation 1
Subsequent Term Skills:

A total of 3 levels or combination there of.  See US Artillery Officer.

Contacts:  Two per term, military.  Roll 1d10 for 8+ for the contact to be foreign Contacts:  Two per term, military.  Roll 1d10 for 8+ for the contact to be foreign.

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