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McMillan, Kenneth F.

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Title Commodore (RCN)
Official Number (nk)
 
Birth 18/03/1948 Death (nk)
Place Sault Ste. Marie Place (nk)
Area ON Area (nk)
Country Canada Country (nk)
 
Titles
Honours OMM; MSM (US); MSM (NATO);
Awards
Qualifications pcsc;
 
Biography
 
 
Military Service
He was appointed as an Officer Cadet (With seniority dated 01/09/1968). He served in ROTP University of Western Ontario 1968. He served in Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack for basic officer training 1969. He served in ROTP University of Western Ontario 1969. He was appointed as a Sub-Lieutenant (With seniority dated 01/05/1970). He served in Canadian Forces Fleet School Esquimalt Officer Training Division for training 1970. He served in HMCS Chaudiere for training 1970. He served in HMCS Miramichi for training 1970. He served in HMCS Chignecto for training 1970. He served in Canadian Forces Fleet School Halifax for training 1971. He served in HMCS Cowichan for training 1971. He served in Canadian Forces Fleet School Halifax for training 1971. He served in HMS Dolphin for Basic Submarine Officer Training 1971. He served in HMCS Ojibwa for training and as Supply Officer 1971. He served in HMS Opportune as Navigating Officer 1973. He served in HMS Dryad for Royal Navy Submarine Sonar and Navigating Officer’s course 1973. He served in HMS Opportune as Sonar Officer 1973. He was appointed as a Lieutenant (N) (With seniority dated 01/05/1974). He served in First Canadian Submarine Squadron Headquarters as Administration Officer 1974. He served in Canadian Forces Staff School Toronto 1975. He served in HMCS Okanagan as Operations Officer 1976. He served in HMCS Ojibwa as Executive Officer 1977. He was appointed as a Lieutenant-Commander (With seniority dated 01/01/1979). He served in HMS Dolphin for Royal Navy Submarine Commanding Officer Qualifying Course 1979. He served in HMCS Ojibwa (In command) 1979. He served in HMCS Onondaga (In command) 1979. He served in HMAS Platypus as Submarine Sea Training Coordinator 1981. He served in HMAS Watson for Submarine Tactical Course 1982. He served in HMAS Platypus as Submarine Sea Training Coordinator 1982. He served in Canadian Forces Command and Staff College 1983. He served in Canadian Forces Staff School as Directing Staff 1984. He was appointed as a Commander (With seniority dated 01/01/1985). He served in NDHQ Directorate of Maritime Operations, Plans and Reserves as Section Head (DMOPR 2) 1985. He served in HMS Dryad for Royal Navy School of Maritime Operations for RN Tactical Course 1986. He served in NDHQ Directorate of Maritime Operations, Plans and Reserves as Section Head (DMOPR 2) 1986. He was appointed as Commander First Canadian Submarine Squadron 1987. He served in Canadian Forces Language School for second language training 1989. He was appointed as a Captain (N) (With seniority dated 01/01/1990). He served in NDHQ as Director Maritime Operations, Plans and Reserves 1990. He served in NDHQ DCDS as Director Joint Planning (J3 Plans) 1992. He served in International Military Course on the Law of Armed Conflict San Remo Italy 1993. He served in NDHQ DCDS as Director Joint Planning (J3 Plans) 1993. He was appointed as Commander Maritime Operations Group Five 1994. Commander-in-Chief US Pacific Fleet Pearl Harbor HI as Fleet Exercise Officer 1997. He was appointed as a Commodore (With seniority dated 07/1998). He was appointed as Commander Canadian Fleet Pacific 1998. He served in Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) in Casteau BE as Director of Staff Operations 2001. (He was retired 09/2004.)
 
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Anecdotes
 
 
References
Government of Canada The Canadian Navy List Ottawa ON; Canada's Admirals and Commodores (3rd ed.) (2016);
Last update
2011-02-28

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