Martyn Minns, bishop at war with The Episcopal Church, in the US against the wishes of The Episcopal Church, the Anglican ecclesial body of jurisdiction in the United States, heads up CANA - the Convocation of Anglicans in North America. CANA is a subsidiary of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion). Minns claims to be part of the Anglican Communion by the following link:
Minns = CANA = Church of Nigeria = Anglican Communion. It was not a sufficient claim to get invited to Lambeth in 2008.
On the basis of that linkage, the CANA website has the following image on its front page: The caption reads: Connecting Chaplains to the Anglican Communion. It would seem that Minns claims that CANA is a way of directly linking "Anglican Chaplains" to the Anglican Communion.
That is a bit of Minns madness. These Chaplains are perhaps in some generic sense connected by CANA to Anglicanism, but they are not connected by CANA to the Anglican Communion.
The statement, "Connecting Chaplains to the Anglican Communion" is misleading at best.