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Pile, Tyrone H.W.

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Title Rear-Admiral (CF)
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Birth 25/10/1956 Death (nk)
Place Errington Twp. Place (nk)
Area ON Area (nk)
Country Canada Country (nk)
 
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Honours CMM. MSC.
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Qualifications BA. pcsc.
 
Biography
 
 
Military Service
He was appointed as an Officer Cadet (CF) (With seniority dated 09/08/1975). In 1975 he served in Royal Military College of Canada. He served in Venture (Officer Training Establishment) 1979. He was appointed as a Sub-Lieutenant (MARS) (With seniority dated 01/05/1979). In 1979 he served in Venture (The Naval Officer Training Centre) for training. He was appointed as a Sub-Lieutenant (N) (MARS) (With seniority dated 01/05/1979). In 1979 he served in HMCS Fundy for training. In 1980 he served in HMCS Terra Nova for training. In 1980 he served in HMCS Mackenzie for training. In 1981 he served in HMCS Terra Nova for training. He was promoted to Lieutenant (N) (With seniority dated 01/01/1982). In 1982 he served in HMCS Terra Nova as Bridge Watchkeeper, Shipborne Air Controller, Diving Officer and Deck Officer. In 1983 he served at MARPACHQ as Flag Lieutenant to Commander Maritime Forces Pacific. He served in HMY Brittania 1983. In 1984 he served in CFB Esquimalt for French Langage Training. In 1985 he served in HMCS Restgouche as Combat Information Officer. In 1986 he served in Canadian Forces Fleet School Halifax for Combat Control Officers Course. In 1987 he served in HMCS Restgouche as Combat Information Officer. He was appointed as a Lieutenant-Commander (MARS) (With seniority dated 01/01/1988). In 1989 he served at NDHQ Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff as Staff Officer Fleet Operations. In 1990 he served at University of Victoria for post graduate studies. In 1992 he served at Canadian Forces Command and Staff College. He served in HMCS Preserver as Executive Officer 1993. He was appointed as a Commander (MARS) (With seniority dated 01/01/1992). In 1993 he served in HMCS Preserver as Executive Officer. He served in HMCS Regina (II) (In command) 1995-1997. In 1997 he served at NDHQ Chief of the Maritime Staff as Section Head for Navy Strategic and Business Planning. In 1998 he served at NDHQ as Executive Assistant to the Chief of the Maritime Staff. He was appointed as a Captain (MARS) (With seniority dated 01/01/1999). In 1999 he served at NDHQ Director-General International Security Policy as Director NATO Policy. In 2000 he served as Commander Maritime Operations Group Four. In 2002 he served at MARPACHQ as Chief of Staff. He was appointed as a Commodore (CF) (With seniority dated ). In 2003 he served as Commander Canadian Fleet. He was appointed as a Rear-Admiral (CF) (With seniority dated 28/06/2005). in 2005 he served at NDHQ as Chief of Staff to the Assistant Deputy Minister Human Resources (Military). In 2005 h served in NDHQ as Director General International Security Policy 2005. In 2006 he served at NDHQ as Chief of Military Personnel. In 2007 he served in MARCOM as Commander of Maritime Forces Pacific, Joint Task Force (Pacific) and Joint Task Force Games (2010). (He was retired 22/09/2010.)
 
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Anecdotes
In 2012 he was awarded the Meritorious Service Cross). He served in UN and NATO operations in Haiti (UN) (1993), the Former Yugoslavia (NATO) (1994 and 1995), and the Northern Arabian Gulf (UN) (1997).
 
References
Government of Canada The Canadian Navy List Ottawa ON; Macpherson, Ken & Ron Barrie (2002); http://www.forces.gc.ca/site/news-nouvelles/news-nouvelles-eng.asp?cat=00&id=1594; http://www.cmp-cpm.forces.gc.ca/dsa-dns/sa-ns/ab/sobv-vbos-eng.asp?mAction=View&mBiographyID=219; Canada's Admirals and Commodores (3rd ed.) (2016);
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2017-01-05

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