TDV

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TDVTanz der Vampire (German: Dance of the Vampire)
TDVTest Device
TDVTeen Dating Violence
TDVTony De Vit
TDVToyota de Venezuela (Spanish: Venezuela Toyota)
TDVThe Digital Village (digital media/communications company; UK; est. 1994)
TDVTime Dependent Valuation (energy)
TDVTDVision (high definition stereo 3D acquisition, broadcast and playback)
TDVTriple Duty Valve
TDVThéatre de Verre (French: Glass Theater; France)
TDVTruth, Duty, Valour (motto of The Royal Military College of Canada)
TDVTruth Duty Valour (TV show)
TDVTechnische Dienstvorschrift (German Army)
TDVTotal Document Volume (office automation)
TDVThéatre des Variétés (French: Variety Theater; Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
TDVTechnology Development Vehicle
TDVTemporary Design Variation
TDVTechnical Data Violation (USAF)
TDVTime Dependent Variable
TDVTorrent de Vie (French: Torrent Life; Brussels, Belgium; est. 1995)
TDVTête De Veau (French: calf head)
TDVTechnical Data Verification
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Frederick and Gladys (Moss) Landymore, he enrolled in 1934 at The Royal Military College of Canada, whose motto "Truth, Duty, Valour' was to be the inspiration for his 32 year military career.
In 1990 a seminar group convened by the Associate Minister of National Defence produced a "Canadian Military Ethos," defined as "a distinctive or characteristic set of beliefs held by the military community or culture." It was derived from "the military virtues of truth, duty, valour, integrity, loyalty, courage and commitment." Sadly, in the intervening years many of these admirable traits have been lacking, often at senior levels.