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Air Cadets got me Started

Air Cadets got me Started

Mr. McCue speaks about being shy as a youngster and how encouragement from his parents got him to join the air cadets.

Training Transitions

Training Transitions

Mr. McCue speaks about the changes in training practices, weapon use and transitions made to improve the way Canadian Forces prepared their troops.

Understanding the Bosnian Culture

Understanding the Bosnian Culture

Mr. McCue describes his first impressions of the Bosnian culture and understanding their needs and wants for everyday existence.

Going Above and Beyond Their Call of Duty

Going Above and Beyond Their Call of Duty

Mr. McCue shares a story of how his team improved the living conditions of one family by raising funds and working off duty to create a better living space for them.

Weapons Search on a Chicken Farm

Weapons Search on a Chicken Farm

Mr. McCue shares an unfortunate exercise that his unit was given in searching for weapons in an abandoned chicken barn, something he will never forget!

Understanding and Exercising Rules of Engagement

Understanding and Exercising Rules of Engagement

Mr. McCue provides a detailed approach during action in the use of rules of engagement.

Emotions Experienced After Bosnia

Emotions Experienced After Bosnia

Mr. McCue expresses his concerns for himself and fellow soldiers who witness the cultures in Bosnia and how it affects them especially upon return home.

Situations in Bosnia Leave a Mark

Situations in Bosnia Leave a Mark

With all the circumstances our Canadian soldiers experience, Mr. McCue expresses his opinions on quality and value for life after witnessing Bosnian culture.

Afghan Hot!

Afghan Hot!

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

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.

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!

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.

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