Proud to be a Veteran

Heroes Remember - Korean War

Proud to be a Veteran

Transcript
I guess what it means that so much sacrifice went into Remembrance Day and how relieved I am that Canada does remember in a very, very important way. I am so proud of Canada doing what they do. I am so proud to be a Veteran in a Veterans organization to make sure it’s carried on, this remembrance. And it’s so encouraging on Remembrance Day to see so many turn out to the cenotaph and especially the youth, that they are interested but it takes a lot of work and it’s the work of Veterans Affairs and it’s the work of Veterans associations. I am so proud to be a part of the associations. I belong to the Legion, Korea Vets, Aboriginal Vets because I believe we have to make that an important part of our country and our beliefs.
Description

Mr. Flett reflects on Canada and Remembrance Day.

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Medium:
Video
Owner:
Veterans Affairs Canada
Recorded:
April 3, 2017
Duration:
1:33
Person Interviewed:
Victor Flett
War, Conflict or Mission:
Korean War
Location/Theatre:
Korea
Battle/Campaign:
Korea
Branch:
Navy
Units/Ship:
HMCS Crusader
Rank:
Ordinary Seaman
Occupation:
Sonar Man

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