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Vice Chief of the Defence Staff (Canada)

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Vice Chief of the Defence Staff
Vice-chef d’état-major de la Défense
Crest of the Vice Chief of the Defence Staff of Canada.jpg
Badge of the Vice Chief of the Defence Staff
Incumbent
Lt.-Gen. Jean-Marc Lanthier

since July 18, 2019
Her Majesty's Canadian Armed Forces
TypeCommissioned Officer
StatusCurrently constituted
AbbreviationVCDS
Reports toChief of the Defence Staff
Formation1964
First holderGeoffrey Walsh
DeputyDG Executive Coordination
Chief of Staff VCDS
WebsiteOfficial website

The Vice Chief of the Defence Staff (VCDS; French: Vice-chef d’état-major de la Défense) is the third most senior member of the Canadian Armed Forces, reporting to the Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) as well as the Deputy Minister of National Defence. The Directorate General Executive Coordination, the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal, the National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Support Group and several other departments report to the VCDS,[1] who is appointed by the CDS.[2]

Recent history

Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was temporarily relieved as VCDS on January 13, 2017, due to an ongoing investigation by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.[3] As a temporary replacement, Vice-Admiral Ron Lloyd was appointed the duties of VCDS on an acting basis, and he was subsequently replaced by Lieutenant-General Alain Parent on May 30, 2017.[4]

On July 16, 2018, Lieutenant-General Paul Wynnyk was named Vice Chief of the Defence Staff.[5] On July 9, 2019, Wynnyk announced his retirement[6] after he claimed that the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Jonathan Vance, planned to replace him as Vice Chief of the Defence Staff with Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.[7] Wynnyk then claimed these plans were reversed when Vice-Admiral Norman settled with the government and retired from the military. Wynnyk was the fifth Vice Chief to serve under Vance.[7]

On July 12, 2019, Lieutenant-General Jean-Marc Lanthier was appointed Vice Chief of the Defence Staff, effective July 18, 2019.[8]

On March 16, 2020, it was announced that LGen Lanthier was retiring in the summer, to be replaced by Lieutenant General Michael Rouleau.[9]

Vice Chiefs of the Defence Staff

No. Portrait Name Took office Left office Time in office Home Province Defence branch Appointed by Ref
1Walsh, GeoffreyLieutenant-General
Geoffrey Walsh
(1909–1999)
196419650–1 years Ontario Canadian ArmyMiller, FrankFrank Miller[10]
2Moncel, RobertLieutenant-General
Robert Moncel
(1917–2007)
196519660–1 years Quebec Canadian ArmyMiller, FrankFrank Miller[11]
3Sharp, FrederickLieutenant-General
Frederick Sharp
(1915–1992)
196619692–3 years Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Air ForceAllard, JeanJean Allard[12]
4Dare, MichaelLieutenant-General
Michael Dare
(1917–1996)
September 196919722–3 years Quebec Canadian ArmySharp, FrederickFrederick Sharp[12]
5Hull, ChesterLieutenant-General
Chester Hull
(1919–2012)
197219741–2 years Ontario Royal Canadian Air ForceDextraze, JacquesJacques Dextraze[13]
6Falls, RobertVice-Admiral
Robert Falls
(1924–2009)
197419772–3 years Ontario Royal Canadian NavyDextraze, JacquesJacques Dextraze[14]
7Withers, RamseyLieutenant-General
Ramsey Withers
(1930–2014)
197719802–3 years Ontario Canadian ArmyFalls, RobertRobert Falls[15]
8Thériault, Gérard Charles ÉdouardLieutenant-General
Gérard Charles Édouard Thériault
(1932–1998)
198019832–3 years Quebec Royal Canadian Air ForceWithers, RamseyRamsey Withers[16]
9Mainguy, DanielVice-Admiral
Daniel Mainguy
(1930–2010)
198319851–2 years British Columbia Royal Canadian NavyThériault, GérardGérard Charles Édouard Thériault[17]
10Vance, JackLieutenant-General
Jack Vance
(1933–2013)
198519882–3 years Ontario Canadian ArmyThériault, GérardGérard Charles Édouard Thériault[18]
11Chastelain, JohnLieutenant-General
John de Chastelain
(born 1937)
198819890–1 years Romania Canadian ArmyManson, PaulPaul Manson[19]
12Thomas, CharlesVice-Admiral
Charles Thomas
(born 1936)
198911 May 19911–2 years British Columbia Royal Canadian NavyManson, PaulPaul Manson[20]
13Sutherland, FredLieutenant-General
Fred Sutherland
(born 1942)
199119920–1 years Nova Scotia Royal Canadian Air ForceChastelain, JohnJohn de Chastelain[21]
14Anderson, JohnVice-Admiral
John Anderson
(born 1941)
199219930–1 years British Columbia Royal Canadian NavyChastelain, JohnJohn de Chastelain[22]
15O'Donnell, PatrickLieutenant-General
Patrick O'Donnell
(1940–2015)
199319951–2 years Ontario Canadian ArmyAnderson, JohnJohn Anderson[23]
16Murray, LarryVice-Admiral
Larry Murray
(born 1947)
199519971–2 years Ontario Royal Canadian NavyChastelain, JohnJohn de Chastelain[24]
17Garnett, GaryVice-Admiral
Gary Garnett
199720013–4 years British Columbia Royal Canadian NavyBaril, MauriceMaurice Baril[25]
18MacDonald, GeorgeLieutenant-General
George MacDonald
200120042–3 years. Royal Canadian Air ForceHenault, RayRaymond Henault[26]
19Buck, RonaldVice-Admiral
Ronald Buck
200420061–2 years Quebec Royal Canadian NavyHenault, RayRaymond Henault[27]
20Natynczyk, WalterLieutenant-General
Walter Natynczyk
(born 1957)
28 June 200615 June 20081 years Manitoba Canadian ArmyHillier, RickRick Hillier[28]
21Rouleau, DenisVice-Admiral
Denis Rouleau
15 June 200825 July 20102 years Quebec Royal Canadian NavyHillier, RickRick Hillier[29]
22Donaldson, BruceVice-Admiral
Bruce Donaldson
26 July 201011 September 20133 years. Royal Canadian NavyNatynczyk, WalterWalter Natynczyk[30]
23Thibault, GuyLieutenant-General
Guy Thibault
11 September 20135 August 20162 years Quebec Canadian ArmyLawson, ThomasThomas Lawson[31]
24Norman, MarkVice-Admiral
Mark Norman
(born 1964)
5 August 201613 January 20170 years Ontario Royal Canadian NavyVance, JonathanJonathan Vance[32]
-Lloyd, RonVice-Admiral
Ron Lloyd
(born 1963)
Acting
13 January 201730 May 2017137 days. Royal Canadian Navy..
-Parent, AlainLieutenant-General
Alain Parent
Acting
30 May 201716 July 20181 year, 47 days. Royal Canadian Air Force..
25Wynnyk, PaulLieutenant-General
Paul Wynnyk
(born 1964)
16 July 20189 July 2019358 days Alberta Canadian ArmyVance, JonathanJonathan Vance[5]
26Lanthier, Jean-MarcLieutenant-General
Jean-Marc Lanthier
(born Unknown)
18 July 201920200 yearsUnknown Canadian ArmyVance, JonathanJonathan Vance[33]
27Rouleau, MichaelLieutenant-General
Michael Rouleau
(born 1968)
2020Incumbent0 yearsUnknown Canadian ArmyVance, JonathanJonathan Vance[34]

References

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  2. ^ "National Defence Act". Department of Justice. Retrieved 2012-05-08.
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  24. ^ Parliament of Canada Evidence, October 29, 1996
  25. ^ Vice Admiral (Retired) Gary L. Garnett, CMM CD Senate Committee for National Security and Defence
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  29. ^ Rear-Admiral Denis Rouleau is Announced as Next Vice Chief of the Defence Staff for the Canadian Forces
  30. ^ Vice-Admiral Bruce Donaldson Assumes Role as Vice Chief of the Defence Staff
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