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Veterans streaming service launches mobile app

The Veterans Channel, a free global streaming service specializing in programming for military, ex-military and first responders, has announced a new mobile application offering a range of services to its followers. The Veterans Lifestyle App provides a mobile link to Veterans Channel programming as well as feature articles and event updates. More importantly, the...
  • Back To Dieppe

    November 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    Story and photographs by Tom MacGregor Clockwise from top left: Dominion President Allan Parks views the deadly beaches; people of all ages turn out to cheer as the Canadian veterans march along the streets of Dieppe on the anniversary of the raid; crowds fill up...
  • Horror Beyond Dieppe

    September 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Robert Waddy   On Sept. 1, 1939–at the age of 18–I went to a party at a pharmacist’s home in North Vancouver. The pharmacist was a good friend who had given me the opportunity to train as a boxer above his drugstore. While at...
  • The Airman From The Crash

    September 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by John Lewis   One of my favourite pastimes during World War II was riding my bicycle out to the Royal Air Force base situated a short distance from our house in Heston, England. As a young member of Britain’s Air Training Corps, I was...
  • In Her Majesty’s Service

    September 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Rosalee van Stelten   It began in Winnipeg during the Great Flood of 1950. My schoolmates were stacking sandbags to keep back the swiftly rising waters of the Red River. Slight of build, I was not permitted to join them. Instead, I landed in...
  • Reeled In

    May 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Allan W. Waddy   As a sailor on board Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship St. Croix (2nd) during the mid-1960s, I had the honour to be a member of the Royal Canadian Navy in the exciting era prior to the unification of the Canadian Forces...
  • Normandy, A Soldier’s View

    May 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Ken Huxtable Soldiers take a few moments to relax with some music amid the destroyed and very dusty city of Caen, France. After rushing through breakfast on the morning of June 6, 1944, members of our unit—the 203 Canadian Infantry Ordnance Sub Park—left the...

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