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People Thank Me!

People Thank Me!

Mr. McLean expresses his pride for service and his willingness to let all Canadians know what was done for his country.

My Buddy Harold!

My Buddy Harold!

Mr. McLean shares a story of his strong bond of friendship taking every step of service together.

Targets to Destroy

Targets to Destroy

Mr. McLean describes the type of targets assigned to destroy and his belief that destruction was done through necessity.

Unforgettable Sights

Unforgettable Sights

Mr. McLean shares his recollection of what he witnessed during flight operations and the significance of the ground crew.

Getting Prepared for Flight

Getting Prepared for Flight

Mr. McLean details the process before taking flight ensuring everything is safe for operations.

From Battle School to Squadron

From Battle School to Squadron

Mr. McLean speaks about becoming a member of the crew holding position of mid upper gunner.

Training Path

Training Path

Mr. McLean speaks about his path of postings before setting out for overseas.

The Value of Military Service

The Value of Military Service

Mr. Matheos discusses how his naval service shaped his sense of self-discipline.

Fine Captain and Officers

Fine Captain and Officers

Mr. Matheos discusses having what he felt were a fine captain and group of officers, and attributes his success, and that of many others, to their ability to motivate their crews.

Training New Crew

Training New Crew

Mr. Matheos describes the training of new recruits and the satisfaction of seeing them succeed. He discusses the fact that he didn't develop any lasting friendships because of the transience of the crew.

Stormy Seas

Stormy Seas

Mr. Matheos describes lifelines and the dire result of not using them in stormy seas – the loss of two sailors overboard. He also describes an innovative solution to a ruptured porthole.

HMCS Sans Peur Refit and Role

HMCS Sans Peur Refit and Role

Mr. Matheos describes the donation of the Royal Yacht, Sans Peur, to the Canadian navy. He discusses her refit and subsequent role as a patrol and training vessel out of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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