A Soldier Doesn’t Fight Because He Hates What Is In Front Of Him….
He Fights Because He Loves What He Left Behind… <3
Canadian infantry in the Netherlands - World War II
A Canadian CF-18 on exercise
Sargeant Dustin Dorken proudly flies his Bruins flag in Afghanistan
The C2, in use by the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada while training at Fort Lewis, Washington in the early 1980s. Photos courtesy Steve Marshall.
Canadian snipers, using this weapon, made a record number of kills against Taliban forces since 9/11.
Corporal Urban Mayo of the 13th Field Company, Royal Canadian Engineers (R.C.E.), reading a sign which states, “You are entering Germany - Be on your guard”, Wyler, Germany, 9 February 1945. (via Archives Search - Library and Archives Canada)
Credit: Lieut. Michael M. Dean / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / PA-143945