Commanding Officer Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre
Lieutenant-Colonel (LCol) Albert Mannard joined
the Canadian Armed Forces in 1997 and graduated from the Royal Military College
of Canada in 2002. He served as an Armour officer in the Canadian Army before
transferring to the Canadian Intelligence Corps in 2007.
Over the course of his career, LCol Mannard has
held a variety of command and staff appointments in the Canadian Army, the
Canadian Forces School of Military Intelligence, and the Canadian Forces
Intelligence Command. He is currently the commanding officer of the Canadian
Forces Joint Imagery Centre (CFJIC) in Ottawa. The role of CFJIC is to provide
accurate, timely and relevant defence imagery and imagery intelligence in
support of the Canadian defence mandate.
LCol Mannard has served in international
military operations with deployed NATO forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina, in
Afghanistan, and in Italy during the intervention in Libya. He holds Master’s degrees
in defence studies and war studies from the Royal Military College of Canada
and King’s College London. He is a graduate of the Canadian Forces College’s
Joint Command and Staff Programme.
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