Mr. Feyko shares his experiences in Cyprus as part of the PPCLI regiment.
Mr. Reist was happy accepting deployments and expresses the reasons for feeling this way.
Mr. Drapeau shares his thoughts on Remembrance Day.
Mr. Drapeau tells of his experiences during service time and the feelings of helplessness that occurred.
With Kenya by his side, Mr. Drapeau shares his story of how having the company of a dog has changed his life.
Mr. Drapeau shares his story of timeless friendships and the importance of not judging others.
Mr. Drapeau provides a great understanding of the rules of engagement and importance of making the right decision.
Mr. Drapeau shares some personal moments regarding his illness and how the memories never go away.
Mr. Drapeau recalls his time in service as some of his proudest moments. He shares the fact that war is not always what you expect; it can be good and bad!
Mr. Villeneuve describes a situation where his life was in danger, weapon pointed at him by a Turkish soldier yet respecting the rules of engagement.
As a driver of the Operational Officer, Mr. Villeneuve shares his typical daily routine and opportunities he has to interact with the locals.
As part of Recce Platoon 3rd Battalion, Mr. Villeneuve speaks about his first deployment to Cyprus and the risk and danger to his own life on this mission.