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Communication Field as a Reservist

Communication Field as a Reservist

Mr. Lord speaks about his opportunity to join the reserves and discusses his training.

Training a Bit Daunting!

Training a Bit Daunting!

Ms. Berkshire speaks about her excitement about joining the Forces.

Massacre Environment

Massacre Environment

Mr. Terry remembers how quickly and easily killing could erupt.

Congolese Army

Congolese Army

Mr. Terry recalls a situation after meeting up with one of the local Congolese army.

It was Anarchy

It was Anarchy

Mr. Terry tries to explain what it feels like to be scared for your life.

Drums for Communicating

Drums for Communicating

Mr. Terry recalls the sounds of native drums and how they were used by the natives to relay the message that the UN Secretary General had died in a plane crash in September 1961.

Tribal Affiliations

Tribal Affiliations

Mr. Terry explains the tribal environment in the Congo.

Working in Communications

Working in Communications

Mr. Terry explains a typical day in the Congo working in communications and on guard duty.

Arriving in the Congo

Arriving in the Congo

Mr. Terry recalls the trip to the Congo aboard the North Star and explains his first impression.

Learning to Economize

Learning to Economize

Mr. Roberge tells how he learned to make do with $5.00 remaining from his pay.

‘Gales on the Sea’

‘Gales on the Sea’

Mr. Roberge describes what it was like to be on the sea in high wind gales.

Signal Flags

Signal Flags

Mr. Roberge describes how flags hoisted on a ship can represent many different messages.

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