National Defence Response to Access to Information Act request DND File: A-2018-00801 dated October 24, 2018. Analyzed by Dennis R. Young – November 4, 2018

 

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[…] OCT 24, 2018 – NATIONAL DEFENCE REPORTS 559 LOST WEAPONS & 14 STOLEN WEAPONS [Link deleted][…]

Michael Schlueter
Michael Schlueter
2 years ago

Where were these weapons lost? Weapons lost on operations or overseas training are hardly relevant to the issue of criminals stealing weapons for use in Canada.

Last edited 2 years ago by Michael Schlueter
Canadian Soldier
Canadian Soldier
3 years ago

Ummm not sure how to tell you this but that ATIP response from DND is showing military police investigations of soldiers or civilians losing their own personal weapons not military weapons lol. The weapon gets reported missing or stolen and Military Police conduct and investigation and it goes in DND records. Maybe ask for more specific information or ATIP some of those file numbers specifically. Trust me when I say I know this for a fact. That information is being presented falsely. Don’t insult the armed forces to make a point.

Steve Dembo
Steve Dembo
4 years ago

It would be more than helpful to know what types and capability of weapons were lost/stolen. Stealing/Losing fully automatic ASSAULT weapons would be of major concern.

George
George
4 years ago

what type of weapons were these, saw no breakdown, 22’s c1’s c2’s c7’s ?

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