|Charles H. Belzile|
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|Commands held||Canadian Army, Royal 22e Régiment|
|Awards||CM, CMM, CD, Vimy Award|
|Other work||businessman, consultant|
Lieutenant-General Charles H. Belzile, CM, CMM, CD (born March 12, 1933) was a Canadian soldier and a former head of the Canadian Army. He is an honorary member of the Royal Military College of Canada student #H22547. 
Upon his return from the Korean theatre, he assumed a number of staff and command positions including that of Adjutant with 2nd Battalion, Queen's Own Rifles of Canada and staff officer at Quebec Command Headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. He was later appointed to several high-profile positions in Canada and abroad including that of Brigade Major in West Germany; Commanding Officer of the 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment in Valcartier, Quebec; Commander 4th Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group and Commander of Canadian Forces Europe in Germany as well as Commander, Mobile Command in St. Hubert, Quebec to name a few.
LGen Belzile retired from the Canadian Forces in October 1986. Following his retirement from the military, LGen Belzile held a position of Vice-President with SNC Industrial Technologies of Le Gardeur, Quebec, from 1987 to 1992. Since 1992 he has been President of CH Belzile Consultants.
In 2000, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada. He was a recipient of the Vimy Award, which recognizes a Canadian who has made a significant and outstanding contribution to the defence and security of our nation and the preservation of our democratic values.
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