Monday, February 08, 2016 12:07 PM
Oye! Fallen Heroes
PEI singer songwriter’s moving tribute to the returning soldiers from Afghanistan was inspired by a trip to entertain the troops in the field of battle
Lennie Gallant singing “Wounded” at Harmony House, Hunter River PEI
Lennie Gallant was moved by the courage
A Remembrance Day video for schools and ceremony’s
Canadian soldiers carry coffin of soldier killed in Afghanistan
A Canadian Soldier Tribute Video with rare HD Dieppe and D-Day video using actual World War Two Film Footage including Afghanistan battle Footage.
PM Stephen Harper admits the high risk involved in NATO training mission after a Canadian soldier passed away on Saturday. Master Corporal Byron Greff along with 16 others part of the NATO training mission were reported dead in a suicide bomb attack in Kabul.
Greff is the first Canadian soldier who
Media outlets are reporting that a soldier has been found dead early Saturday (June 25/2011) at a forward operating base located in Kandahar city. The military is saying this is a non-combat related incident; it was not the result of enemy fire.
At the moment, the family of the deceased has
Bombardier Karl Manning, 31, was found dead in Afghanistan on Friday, in what is being called a "non-hostile" incident. CTV reported that Brig.-Gen. Dean Milner announced the death from Kandahar Airfield on Saturday and quoted him as saying, "While an investigation is still ongoing to establish
Sunday saw the death toll among Canadian soldiers serving in Afghanistan rise to 155. A roadside bomb killed 24-year-old Corporal Yannick Scherrer of Montreal while he was on foot patrol near Nakhonay, southwest of Kandahar City. He was a member of the 1st Battalion, Royal 22nd Regiment, based in
Canada has lost its 154th soldier in Afghanistan since its mission there started in 2002.
Cpl. Steve Martin, 24, of the Royal 22e Regiment, was killed while on foot patrol when an improvised bomb exploded. He was just 2 days short of his 25th birthday. Martin was from
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