Deputy Commanding Officer Mapping and Charting Establishment Commander Canadian Forces Intelligence Group , Canadian Armed Forces
Major Denise Sweet enrolled in the Canadian
Armed Forces in June 2003 under the Regular Officer Training Plan as a
Construction Engineering Officer. She graduated from the Royal Military College
of Canada (RMC), in 2007, with a Bachelor of Science in Space Science. Between
her third and fourth year at RMC she took advantage of an opportunity to work
at the International Space University in Strasbourg, France.
Upon graduation from Construction Engineer
training in April 2008, Major Sweet was posted to the Construction Engineering
section at 14 Wing Greenwood, in Nova Scotia, where she was employed as the 141
Construction Engineering Flight Commander, Operations Officer Requirements
Officer and Acting Wing Construction Engineering Officer before deploying to
Kandahar Airfield to work as the Vertical Infrastructure Coordinator for
Regional Command (South) HQ, from October 2010 to May 2011.
Upon return from Afghanistan, Major Sweet
completed a Masters of Engineering in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering at the
University of New Brunswick (UNB) and subsequently posted to the Mapping and
Charting Establishment (MCE) in June 2013. During her posting to MCE she worked
as the Survey Troop Commander, Operations Officer of Geospatial Information and
Services (GI&S) Squadron, Unit Operations Officer and the Canadian
representative of the Allied System for Geospatial Intelligence Operational
Control Center (AOCC) at RAF Wyton.
In June of 2016, Major Sweet left MCE and to
work at Real Property Operations (RP Ops) Central as the Officer Commanding RP
Ops Detachment National Capital Region (NCR).
In July 2018, she returned to MCE to fill her
current role as Deputy Commanding Officer.
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