Humour Hunt

Illustrations by Malcolm Jones As we wind down our regular look at some of your lighter experiences in uniform, those that raised a smile, a chuckle, or occasionally a lusty guffaw, John Baker shares a story from his uncle, Ralph “Buz” Post of Bradwardine, Man., a bomber pilot who trained at Rivers, Man. He...
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    What will the New Cold War look like?

    September 14, 2016 by Don Gillmor
    Illustration by Brad Holland A new president, old animosities, and uncertain alliances; welcome to the New Cold War   On Oct. 15, 1962, an American spy plane took photographs of Soviet missiles being installed in Cuba. The missiles were capable of delivering nuclear warheads to...
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    Brief inspection

    August 9, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Think back 58 years, exactly 58 years, to July 1958. Think of a beautiful July day, perhaps like the one you are currently enjoying. That’s how Sandra Chater (Austin then) remembers her summer of 1958 in basic training at St-Jean, Que. She found the marching...
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    July 12, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Ralph Gibson, 93, a life member of Cumberland, B.C., Branch, giving gardening advice at the Pacific Command convention last summer: “Soak all grass seed in whisky before planting it. That way, it will come up half...
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    July 7, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Larry MacDonald of Ottawa tells this one: A coy Auxiliary Territorial Service girl asked the young Jock: “And what is worn under the kilt?” “Och, there’s naething worn under the kilt. It is all in verra good condition.”...
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    July 5, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Jon Proudfoot, Huntingdon, Que., says a private went to the padre with a tale of woe: His wife needed money to buy fuel and shoes and winter coats for the children. He was desperate for $200. The padre advised him to pray as hard as...
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    June 30, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    C.A. Brodie of Mississauga, Ont., leads off this issue with a story that he puts in the naval setting of Halifax. The destroyer’s company had just started shore leave and some sailors went promptly to barber shops. In one, a lieutenant occupied a chair next...
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