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Cyprus: "The Corporals War"

Cyprus: "The Corporals War"

Mr.Ethell talks about the briefings and preparations before deploying to Cyprus and he describes how Cyprus was dubbed the "Corporals War".

Normally It’s An Officer

Normally It’s An Officer

Mr. Connelly describes his first tour in Cyprus, loyalty and a deadly incident.

Why a Tour in Croatia?

Why a Tour in Croatia?

Mr. Neepin explains his reasons for volunteering for a tour in Croatia.

Reality Check - Gun to the Head

Reality Check - Gun to the Head

Mr. Neepin recalls a tense situation during which he and his sergeant’s lives were threatened.

Nicosia, Cyprus - No Man’s Land

Nicosia, Cyprus - No Man’s Land

Mr. Neepin explains some of the history of the conflict in Cyprus, and the significance of Nicosia.

The Scene of a Massacre

The Scene of a Massacre

Mr. Halliday describes the scene of a massacre on the Turkish side considered to be a tourist attraction and left as is from the aftermath of conflict.

Getting Through the Check Points

Getting Through the Check Points

Mr. Halliday explains the process used by military police to make their way through controlled check points.

Police Patrol in Nicosia

Police Patrol in Nicosia

Mr. Halliday describes the general duty for United Nations Policing Services in Nicosia.

Turkish Versus Greek Side

Turkish Versus Greek Side

Mr. Halliday compares the cultural differences he observed amongst the Turkish and Greek people.

Role of Military Police

Role of Military Police

Mr. Halliday describes the duty of a military police officer during Canadian Forces service in Cyprus.

Peacekeeping vs. Peacemaking

Peacekeeping vs. Peacemaking

Mr. Fraser explains the responsibility of Canadian Forces soldiers in relation to peacekeeping missions and how the role has changed.

Diplomacy Doesn’t Have a Rank

Diplomacy Doesn’t Have a Rank

Mr. Belzile discusses the Canadian military’s predisposition towards diplomatic solutions.

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