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The Afghanistan Mission

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Reflection on Aftermath of Ambush

Reflection on Aftermath of Ambush

Mr. McCue praises the American army for assisting during the ambush and helping protect the soldiers on the ground.

Chaos on the Street after being Ambushed

Chaos on the Street after being Ambushed

Mr. McCue continues on sharing the story of the activities going on after the Taliban ambushed their unit.

PSYOPS Was Something New!

PSYOPS Was Something New!

As part of this newly developed unit, Mr. McCue expresses the roles and responsibilities of their team when working beside the battle group during operations.

The Gift of a Pen

The Gift of a Pen

During Mr. McCue’s interactions with the children, he soon learned that the best gift you could provide was a pen!

Understanding the Afghanistan Culture

Understanding the Afghanistan Culture

Mr. McCue shares some experiences of how the Afghan people went about their daily routine, a practice very much like the stone age compared to Canadian lifestyles.

Afghan Hot!

Afghan Hot!

Mr. McCue shares his experiences and examples of how the extremely hot temperatures affect daily routine.

Recognizing PTSD Then and Now!

Recognizing PTSD Then and Now!

Understanding the nature of PTSD, Mr. Lord provides his opinion in respect to how society is identifying the nature of this disease and supports the need for awareness and action for all those affected.

“Soldier On” Giving Back to Soldiers!

“Soldier On” Giving Back to Soldiers!

Mr. Lord speaks about the positive opportunities provided by the “Soldier On” program.

Gained More Than I Have Lost!

Gained More Than I Have Lost!

Mr. Lord speaks about what he learned from being a part of the military.

The Bond of Friendship Lives on Forever

The Bond of Friendship Lives on Forever

Mr. Lord shares his experiences in connecting with fellow soldiers and the special friendship that remains for a lifetime.

A Different Type of Fear

A Different Type of Fear

Mr. Lord expresses the sense of fear that prevails in the midst of operations within and outside the camp.

A Typical Day Inside the Camp

A Typical Day Inside the Camp

Mr. Lord provides detail as to how he and his comrades spent their day inside the camp while on and off duty.

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