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A Devastating Event on Duty

A Devastating Event on Duty

Ms. Dupuis shares an emotional experience while on patrol where two of her comrades are killed.

Do Canadians Really Know?

Do Canadians Really Know?

After returning from Afghanistan, Corporal Kerr shares a story of an encounter where fellow Canadians really weren’t aware of our military connection to the rest of the world.

Satisfaction for Doing my Job

Satisfaction for Doing my Job

When questioned about some best and worst aspects of service, Corporal Kerr provides an honest and heartfelt expression of his experiences.

Soldier’s Emotions Come Through on Patrol

Soldier’s Emotions Come Through on Patrol

Corporal Kerr provides detail in the different types of patrols exercised by infantry and the sense of emotions experienced on return to the base.

Training Different From Reality

Training Different From Reality

Corporal Kerr speaks about how training takes over in combat situations.

Special Connection to PPCLI

Special Connection to PPCLI

After joining the military, Nick shares a personal connection he has with Lady Patricia and the reasons why being a part of that regiment is so special.

Recognition for Kindness Towards Others

Recognition for Kindness Towards Others

During military service, Ms Fuchs speaks about how she felt the need to assist the less fortunate and because of these actions received a commendation award.

Connecting Family by Phone

Connecting Family by Phone

With all the bad things in war, Ms. Fuchs shares a story of her experiences where she was able to help out a family during her time on duty.

Providing Aid to the Cambodian People

Providing Aid to the Cambodian People

Ms. Fuchs provides detail to the roles and responsibilities in providing assistance to the civilians delivering food and aid.

Giving Aid to the Locals

Giving Aid to the Locals

Witnessing the devastation of the local population, Ms. Fuchs speaks of how she and other comrades provided what they could to make things better.

As a Woman

As a Woman

Ms. Fuchs speaks about the idea of being a woman in the military and how over time she became easily accepted in the position of driver.

Making the Right Career Choice

Making the Right Career Choice

Ms. Fuchs speaks about joining the military for the security benefits as well as obtaining an enjoyable career choice.

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