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Reality of War

Reality of War

Mr. Drapeau recalls his time in service as some of his proudest moments. He shares the fact that war is not always what you expect; it can be good and bad!

The Lady who Kissed my Boot

The Lady who Kissed my Boot

After experiencing a traumatic incident, Mr. VanIderstine shares an inspirational story of how an old lady showed her appreciation for the soldier’s protection.

Cyprus and its Culture

Cyprus and its Culture

After experiencing a traumatic incident, Mr. VanIderstine shares an inspirational story of how an old lady showed her appreciation for the soldier’s protection

Pride for the Blue Beret

Pride for the Blue Beret

Mr. Beyea sends a positive message about military service.

Family Network in the Military

Family Network in the Military

Mr. Beyea shares his opinion on the value of family within the military and the positive outcome it brings to one’s life.

On Guard at the Green Line

On Guard at the Green Line

Mr. Beyea describes situations that occur while on guard duty at the green line.

Interaction with the Locals

Interaction with the Locals

Mr. Beyea speaks about the positive influence Canadian soldiers brought to the people of Cyprus.

Headquarters in Nicosia

Headquarters in Nicosia

Mr. Beyea explains the daily routine at the outposts in Nicosia and the protection provided to the local farmers.

First Contingent to Cyprus

First Contingent to Cyprus

Mr. Beyea speaks about his voyage to Cyprus onboard the HMCS Bonaventure and the change in temperatures upon arrival to this foreign country.

Canada is Sacred

Canada is Sacred

Mr. Walsh offers some thoughts on why he was proud to serve.

War isn’t for Older People

War isn’t for Older People

Mr. Walsh describes the demoralization factor he attributes to older married soldiers constantly reminiscing about their families.

Just a Soldier Like Me

Just a Soldier Like Me

While in occupied Germany, and in command of a work detail, Mr. Walsh befriends a badly wounded German soldier. Their conversations reveal how similar they really are.

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