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A.E. (Bunny) Brown, DFC, of Burlington, Ont., relates an experience from the time he was pilot of a Lockheed Hudson on U-boat patrol in the

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Gordon Thompson of Tide Head, N.B., five miles west of Campbellton and once called Head of Tide, sends us this: A sergeant and a private

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Albert Ganser of Provost, Alta., told the magazine he was making his first Anson flight in 1942 at Mossbank, Sask., and asked the Royal Canadian

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Vera Muxlow of Strathroy, Ont., swears that when she joined the Canadian Women’s Army Corps (CWACs) in 1942 some of her fellow recruits, obeying instructions

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From B.E. Smith of London, Ont., we hear of a man who fell overboard from His Majesty’s Canadian Ship Nootka in 1946. The ship shuddered

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During the Korean War, the Canadian destroyer Athabaskan was caught in a typhoon in the China Sea.  A sailor was washed overboard but by one

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