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D Day 6th June 1944

Today is the 70th anniversary of the greatest seaborne invasion the world has ever known. It is a time when we need to remember the bravery and courage of the troops who stepped out of those landing crafts onto the … Continue reading

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A Street To Remember (part two)

Today’s ceremony was a very sad and moving moment, and not only for Franks wife and his parents. I noticed several old Legionnaires drying their eyes, my eyes required drying too. Nevertheless, it was a lovely service and well attended, … Continue reading

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A Street to Remember

The death of Frank Mellish was brought home to me with more force than any other death in Afghanistan. I knew Frank and his beloved wife Kendra well, we completed military courses together at CFB Moncton in the 1989’s and … Continue reading

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