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Air Cover at Dieppe

Air Cover at Dieppe

Mr. Warren discusses the air battle over Dieppe, and the deterrent effect of Allied fighters. He goes on to cite the number of aircraft lost, and explains the discrepancy between claimed and verified German losses on that day.

A Look at the Channel on D-Day

A Look at the Channel on D-Day

Mr. Fox describes the view of the English Channel on D-Day from a pilot’s perspective.

Three Attempts to Save Her

Three Attempts to Save Her

As flight nurse, Simmonds shares a story of a situation where a young child was denied aid from their team and when given permission to help it was too late!

Witness to the Cost of Human Suffering

Witness to the Cost of Human Suffering

Recalling some of the best and worst aspects of her deployment, Ms. Simmonds shares a horrific story of what she witnessed during her time in Sarajevo.

A Devastated Country

A Devastated Country

Ms. Simmonds recalls the devastating sights witnessed as she and the crew arrived in Sarajevo.

Accepted to the Military

Accepted to the Military

As a trained nurse, Ms. Simmonds shares the story of joining the Canadian military.

I’ve Done my Part

I’ve Done my Part

I’ve Done my Part

Role as Air Weapons Systems Technician

Role as Air Weapons Systems Technician

With duties wide and varied, Mr. Norman gives a sense of his responsibilities in working with the CF 18 aircraft during his time in the Persian Gulf.

Setting up Camp the Best we Could

Setting up Camp the Best we Could

Mr. Norman speaks about his arrival in Doha and how he and his fellow comrades created a living space by refurbishing an old construction camp.

Reality of Getting to War

Reality of Getting to War

While spending time in Germany, Mr. Norman speaks about the circumstances that unfolded when he realizes he will be part of the Persian Gulf War.

An Easy Choice to Make

An Easy Choice to Make

Mr. Norman speaks about his decision to make something of his life by joining the air force - a job he knew would be very fulfilling.

The Sad Part of War

The Sad Part of War

Proud of doing his share in service for our country, Mr. Chow remembers all the comrades that were lost and left behind.

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