Ducimus: The Canadian Infantry Podcast

Ducimus: The Canadian Infantry Podcast

By Ducimus
Ducimus (We lead) is the official podcast of the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, recorded at Base Gagetown's Combat Training Centre, New Brunswick. Hosted by Infantry Corps' Headquarters, Ducimus covers a wide range of topics including training, equipment, and warfighting.

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S02 Housekeeping
Sean does and After Action Review (AAR) of last batch of episodes, explains the story behind the parody commercials, and passes the baton to Terry for future episodes. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca
12:21
June 19, 2020
E13 Army Commander
Sean talks with LGen Wayne Eyre, Commander of the Canadian Army, about his command philosophy. Subjects include the way ahead for the Army, fitness, retention, discipline, the regimental system, etc.  LGen Eyre’s command philosophy can be found here: http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/en/about-army/commander.page Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca
31:52
June 19, 2020
E12 Small Arms / Firearms
Host Sean talks about small arms (rifles, machineguns, etc), both past and present, as well as the heated pros and cons of 7.62mm vs 5.56mm. Bonus guest Chris covers the process involved with legally possessing firearms in Canada. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback, and shop for Infantry merchandise on CanEx.ca
1:22:24
February 6, 2020
E11 The LAV
The Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) has been the backbone of Canadian mechanized infantry for two decades. David discusses the LAV, what came before it, and how we employ it. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback, and shop for Infantry merchandise on CanEx.ca
1:19:47
February 5, 2020
E10 La philosophie du commandant
Le commandant discute de sa philosophie d'entraînement et de ce que signifie être le commandant de l'École d'infanterie. Les sujets abordés incluent la valeur de l'amélioration personnelle, le fait d'être une bonne personne et l'esprit de combat, parmi beaucoup d'autres. Trouvez l'École d'infanterie sur Facebook pour soumettre les commentaires des auditeurs, et achetez des articles d'infanterie sur CanEx.ca If you are English, please search for E09 Commandant’s Philosophy.
56:00
February 5, 2020
E09 Commandant’s Philosophy
The Commandant discusses his training philosophy and what it means to be the Commanding Officer of the Infantry School. Subjects include the value of self-improvement, being a good person, and fighting spirit, among many others. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback, and shop for Infantry merchandise on CanEx.ca Si vous êtes Franco, veuillez chercher E10 la philosophie du commandant en français.
59:37
February 5, 2020
E08 Le sous-officier idéal
Mario et Pat nous livrent   leurs réflexions sur les grades importants de caporal-chef, de sergent et   d'adjudant. Ils discutent des défis et des avantages d'être sous-officier, et   de la façon de travailler avec les subordonnés et les officiers au sein d'une   équipe. Trouvez l'École   d'infanterie sur Facebook pour soumettre les commentaires des auditeurs, et   achetez des articles d'infanterie sur CanEx.ca If you are English, please search for E07 The Ideal NCO.
29:47
February 5, 2020
E07 The Ideal NCO
Mario and Eric provide their thoughts on the important ranks of Master Corporal, Sergeant, and Warrant Officer. They discuss the challenges and the rewards of being a Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO), and how to work with subordinates and officers as part of a team. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback, and shop for Infantry merchandise on CanEx.ca Si vous êtes francophone, veuillez rechercher E08, Le sous-officier idéal en français.
42:50
February 5, 2020
S01 Housekeeping
Lessons learned from the first season/batch of episodes, and the upcoming season’s episodes. We hope to cover DP1 Infanteer (Battleschool), infantry weapons and equipment, the Infantry School Commandant’s philosophy, the RSM’s thoughts on what makes an ideal NCO, and more. De plus, nous commençons les épisodes français promis. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
11:24
January 17, 2020
E06 What Spouses Go Through
Special guests Gail and Karrie explain what it is like being married to someone in the Infantry. The highs and lows of a spouse being deployed, postings to different provinces, having to find new jobs (and schools, and doctors), and more from those who support us and rarely get a voice. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
54:59
January 17, 2020
E05 Prep for 1.1 (Phase 3)
David explains the course, how to prepare, and what is needed to succeed. Infantry Officer Developmental Phase 1.1 (IODP 1.1, née Ph 3) is the third of four courses an Infantry Officer must pass, and it is generally seen as the most physically demanding “gut check” of the phases. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
49:49
January 17, 2020
E04 Recce and Snipers
Jon and Morgan explain the challenging but rewarding life in the Reconnaissance and Sniper communities. What movies get right/wrong, preparing for courses, enduring miserable conditions, and shooting bad people from long distances. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
47:29
January 17, 2020
E03 Fighting
Sean talks about his experience on multiple combat deployments, and what it is like to experience violence and death. A must for anyone who wonders what it is like, from the words of a truly humble man. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
1:09:24
January 17, 2020
E02 Prep for BMOQ-A
Josh and Pascal explain the course, how to prepare, and what is needed to succeed. Basic Military Officer Qualification Army (BMOQ-A) is the second of four phases an Infantry Officer must pass, and it is the first course they take at The Infantry School. This course was formerly called Phase 2, Common Army Phase (CAP), and BMOQ-L (Land prior to A for Army). Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
34:32
January 17, 2020
E01 What is the RCIC?
What is the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps (RCIC)? Our history, current structure, what it means to be an Infanteer or Infantry Officer, and more. Find the Infantry School on Facebook to submit listener feedback and shop for Infantry merchandise at CanEx.ca.
33:15
January 16, 2020
Trailer
Introducing Ducimus, the official podcast of the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps.
08:18
December 12, 2019