Yes, we really thought it would fly

I had a youthful fascination with planes, rockets, gliders, helicopters and just about everything else that flew. Books helped fuel this interest, including Pilot Jack Knight and Reach for the Sky, Paul Brickhill’s biography of Douglas Bader. He was the English First World War pilot who lost both legs in a crash, yet still...
  • 7 must watch movies featuring Canada at war

    May 25, 2017 by Legion Magazine
    Have you ever watched a war movie and thought, "when are they going to mention Canada?" It's rare that the great white north gets anything more than a nod in in cinematic depictions of warfare, but these 7 movies break the mould and let Canada...
  • Not all military deaths occur on foreign soil. Here are three examples of Canadian military training exercises gone awry....
  • Liberating the Ritz

    March 20, 2017 by Terry Fallis
    Illustration by Malcolm Jones I know that Ernest Hemingway, the Nobel Prize-winning literary titan, is revered the world over as a truly revolutionary writer of the 20th century. He stripped his prose right down to the bone and influenced generations of writers to follow his...
  • 57 is the new 40

    February 27, 2017 by Terry Fallis
    One night a week, from early April until late October, about 90 great guys from all walks of life sneer at Old Man Time and play ball hockey on an outdoor pad in a quiet Toronto neighbourhood. Tuesday nights, residents in the area can hear the familiar sounds of...
  • Humour Hunt

    September 28, 2016 by Carl Christie
    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.,...
  • 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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