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Many Friends were Lost.

Many Friends were Lost.

Mr. Muir expresses his sadness for the buddies he lost during his time with Bomber Command.

The Sky and Stormy Weather

The Sky and Stormy Weather

Mr. Muir describes flights where weather played havoc.

Scary Moments in Flight

Scary Moments in Flight

Mr. Muir describes the dangers and emotions involved with bombing runs.

The Lighter Side of Flying

The Lighter Side of Flying

Although stressful and difficult at times, Mr. Muir recalls having some fun in flight.

Getting “Crewed Up!”

Getting “Crewed Up!”

Mr. Muir shares his experience of how he became part of his crew, considering this a very lucky day!

Decision to Join the Air Force

Decision to Join the Air Force

Mr. Muir recounts the process he took in training to become amid upper gunner in the Lancaster Bomber with RAF 50 Squadron.

Opportunity for Deployment to Nairobi

Opportunity for Deployment to Nairobi

Ms. MacDonald speaks about the opportunity to deploy to Nairobi and the short preparation time given to decide.

Pride of Service

Pride of Service

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.

Always in the Minority

Always in the Minority

Ms. MacDonald reflects on women in the military.

The Common Bond as Canadian

The Common Bond as Canadian

Although not directly working with the soldiers in the field, Ms. MacDonald expresses the awareness of their presence within the same compound.

A Mission of Greater Threat

A Mission of Greater Threat

Ms. MacDonald recalls Kabul as a more threatening environment.

Environment within the Airfield Compound

Environment within the Airfield Compound

While walking the perimeter of the airfield compound, Ms. MacDonald provides a description of the sights and smells and constant flurry of activity from the locals as well as the military personnel from all nationalities.

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