PPCLI

(redirected from Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
PPCLIPrincess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
PPCLIPassport Command Line Interface (Nortel Networks)
References in periodicals archive ?
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI, generally referred to as the Patricia's) is one of the three Regular Force infantry regiments of the Canadian Armed Forces.
(9) The Bosnian 2000 mission statement of the Third Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group reads: "3 PPCLI BG will conduct operations aimed at ensuring a secure and stable environment in our AO, including operations (in priority): to deter resumption of hostilities; to ensure continued EAF compliance of the military aspects of the GFAP; and with capabilities, to support the IC and Dayton compliant local institutions in their efforts to achieve the civil development objectives of the GFAP -- all with a view to facilitating the full implementation of the Dayton Accords and the eventual elimination of the need for NATO-led military forces in BiH."
The soldiers are mostly from the Edmonton-based 3rd Battalion of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.
Caption: ABOVE: Russ Treadwell as a member of 1s' Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (above left) was ready to make the Canadian Army his career.
In the fall of 1951, the 1s' Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (1 PPCLI) was deployed to the Republic of Korea, and Carruth was soon fighting the Chinese and North Korean forces.
Goddard was serving as part of the 1sl Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group.
"The Spirit of a Soldier" remained intact until Mike passed away on June 4, 2007 in Vancouver, proud of his loyal comrades and his regiment, the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.
MUCH HAS BEEN written about the April 23-25,1951 Battle of Kapyong and the awarding of the United States Presidential Unit Citation to the Second Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (2PPCLI) for its actions.
Named originally as the "Yukon Regiment Cadet Corps," it had better luck and is still in existence today, affiliated with the 4th Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and the cadets proudly wear that famous regiment's badge and identification.
The other team and the other part of the [2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry's] team were arriving from different companies; we were spread all over of course.
The rival teams from the Royal 22nd Regiment (Vandoos) and Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Patricias) battled each other valiantly on the ice to the merriment and shouted encouragement of hundreds of fans.
Even though many who played In that first contest in Korea cannot recall the final score, legend has it that the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) vanquished the Royal 22nd Regiment (Van Doos).
Full browser ?