Initially a culture shock, Mr. Bradley shares his positive views on his mission to Cyprus.
Ms. MacDonald reflects back on her time in the military and stresses the importance of remembering those who were lost as well as their families who suffer as well.
Mr. Carter-Edwards speaks about growing up quite secluded and hoped that the Air Force would help him break out of his shell.
Trained in the army as a supply technician, Mr. Morrison shares the reality of war when encountering conflict he had never thought he would experience.
Mr Dove reflects on the philosophy adopted in the readjusting process.
Mr. Desmeules expresses the importance of engaging the youth about the service provided by our Veterans and the significance of their medals.
Major-General MacKenzie provides some historical background as to how he was chosen by the UN to command troops in Croatia and set up headquarters in Sarajevo.
Mr. Carney provides detail of his responsibilities as a signalman and how he maintained the communication lines.
Mr. Wiseman describes his presence in
Bosnia as a real eye opener while being there for the purpose of providing humanitarian aid.
Mr. Gouchie describes the conditions in Holland when it was liberated by the Canadians.
Mr. St. Denis recalls the death and danger he faced daily while in Rwanda.
Mr. Colbourne talks about fighting in Italy