2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group


2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group

Infobox Military Unit
unit_name=2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group


caption=
dates= 24 April 1995 – Present
country=Canada
branch=Canadian Army
Regular Force
command_structure=Land Force Central Area
type=Headquarters
identification_symbol_4=2 CMBG
identification_symbol_4_label=Abbreviation
ceremonial_chief=
ceremonial_chief_label=Colonel-in-Chief
nickname=
march=
motto= "Audacia Et Fortitudo"
garrison=CFB Petawawa

2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (2 CMBG) is a Canadian Forces brigade group that is part of Land Forces Central Area of the Canadian army. It is currently based in CFB Petawawa. One of its three infantry battalions is under the administration of Land Force Atlantic Area and is stationed at CFB Gagetown.

Brigade Units

Two regular force units of other formations (427 Tactical Helicopter Squadron and 2 Field Ambulance of Canadian Forces Medical Group) are collocated with 2 CMBG at CFB Petawawa and work closely with the brigade group, but are not officially a part of it.


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