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Kept Going for the Team

Kept Going for the Team

Although at times Ms. Dupuis thought about quitting, she shares the reality and importance of not letting the team down and finding strength to carry on.

Awareness of IED’s

Awareness of IED’s

Ms. Dupuis talks about patrolling and the pervasive danger of IED’s.

Afghanistan Deployment, Another Story!

Afghanistan Deployment, Another Story!

Mr. Dupuis deploys to Afghanistan and explains the differences in living conditions and environment to what she had previously experienced.

Bosnia, my First Mission

Bosnia, my First Mission

Although excited to deploy, Ms. Dupuis recalls the devastated surroundings and culture shock when first arriving in Bosnia.

Typical Day as a Coyote Gunner

Typical Day as a Coyote Gunner

Ms. Dupuis explains the roles of a gunner and circumstances that occur while on patrol outside the wire.

A Woman in the Armoured Corps

A Woman in the Armoured Corps

Ms. Dupuis speaks about her decision to joining the Armoured Corps and the obstacles that she faced.

The Comfort of A Dog

The Comfort of A Dog

Mr. Villeneuve expresses how his dog, Vardo, has given him new life providing protection and security from the trust of his new companion.

Stricken with PTSD

Stricken with PTSD

Mr. Villeneuve openly shares his personal experiences with his illness and the effect it has had on himself and his family

Comfort in Sharing With Fellow Soldiers

Comfort in Sharing With Fellow Soldiers

Mr. Villeneuve explains the strong sense of comradery amongst his fellow soldiers and the willingness to share the level of fear and anxiety experienced

A Convoy Through the Pacman Route

A Convoy Through the Pacman Route

Mr. Villeneuve shares his encounters with snipers, dangerous roads and tension while holding responsibility for a fifty person convoy thru the mountains

Bosnia Mission, “The Worst of them all!”

Bosnia Mission, “The Worst of them all!”

In the words of Mr. Villeneuve, he describes his mission to Bosnia as the most dangerous and confrontational experience as driver during a negotiation process with the Bosnian army

Choosing Not to Provide to the Children

Choosing Not to Provide to the Children

Similar to all missions, Mr. Villeneuve describes the presence of the children and their constant begging, yet soldier’s decision not to provide in fear of their lives and the children’s.

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