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In memory 
NewspapersText  "In memory," Oakville Beaver, 18 Nov 2010, p. 6  Canadian Memory Project (CMP)
Colonel got military start in Oakville 
Newspapers  "Colonel got military start in Oakville," Oakville Beaver, 20 May 2010, p. 1 
Oakville soldier looked forward to deployment 
NewspapersText  Lea, David, Oakville soldier looked forward to deployment, "Oakville soldier looked forward to deployment," Oakville Beaver, 2 Sep 2010, 4 cont'd on p5 
Why was flag at half-mast? No one knows 
Newspapers  Colter, James, Why was flag at half-mast? No one knows, "Why was flag at half-mast? No one knows," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 14 Apr 2006, p. 6  ... to this day. This is a sign of respect to those in honoured positions. I do not intend any disrespect to anyone dearly departed, but in such instances, the company flag rather than the national flag is halfmasted (vexillology). Some flags were recently flown at half-mast on the day of the deaths of our...
Sojourn in Afghanistan
Local soldier thrilled by PM's secret visit 
Newspapers  Tallyn, Lisa, Sojourn in Afghanistan Local soldier thrilled by PM's secret visit, "Sojourn in Afghanistan Local soldier thrilled by PM's secret visit," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Mar 2006, 1, 3  ...While she could not be prouder of her son Randy-- a lieutenant-colonel in the Canadian military-- for the work he is doing in Afghanistan, Ann Smith of Georgetown admits that it's nerve-racking having him there. With the recent deaths and injuries of Canadian soldiers in that country, Ann...
Sojourn in Afghanistan
Local soldier thrilled by PM's secret visit 
Newspapers  Tallyn, Lisa, Sojourn in Afghanistan Local soldier thrilled by PM's secret visit, "Sojourn in Afghanistan Local soldier thrilled by PM's secret visit," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Mar 2006, 3, 1  ...While she could not be prouder of her son Randy-- a lieutenant-colonel in the Canadian military-- for the work he is doing in Afghanistan, Ann Smith of Georgetown admits that it's nerve-racking having him there. With the recent deaths and injuries of Canadian soldiers in that country, Ann...
Ex-Acton resident survives bomb blast in Afghanistan 
Newspapers  Tallyn, Lisa, Ex-Acton resident survives bomb blast in Afghanistan, "Ex-Acton resident survives bomb blast in Afghanistan," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Apr 2007, 1, 4  ...-- the largest single death toll suffered by Canadian troops in Afghanistan-- were all close friends who had trained together at CFB Gagetown, N.B. "Certainly my heart goes out to those other parents," said Collier. Bob stressed the soldiers are all "good buddies." "They loved each other...
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