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Canadian forces personnel who worked with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan used a number of different vehicles to carry out their duties. Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army, Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Military Weapons, Military Army, Tank Armor, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Tanks
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Canada's equipment in Afghanistan | CBC News

Canadian forces personnel who worked with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan used a number of different vehicles to carry out their duties. Here's a look at some of them.

Hero, Pat Tillman, – was a Pro football player who left his professional career and enlisted in the US Army in June 2002 in response to He joined the Army Rangers and died in combat in Afghanistan.

Pat Tillman Died For Our Sins

'The Tillman Story' may be the best documentary of the year, but Tom Carson wouldn't recommend watching it on July 4

Rest easy men and women. You've served your time in hell. Go rest high on that mountain.

Benjamin "Ben" Roberts-Smith VC, MG (born 1 November is a former… British Soldier, British Army, Australian Special Forces, Ben Roberts, British Medals, Special Air Service, Australian Defence Force, Military Police, Men In Uniform
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Benjamin "Ben" Roberts-Smith VC, MG (born 1 November 1978) is a former Australian soldier and a recipient of the Victoria Cross for Australia. He was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions during a helicopter assault into Tizak on 11 June 2010 as part of an offensive in the Shah Wali Kot region, while serving with the Special Air Service Regiment in Afghanistan.

Canadian Infantry in Afghanistan (Possible PPCLI or Van Doos) - Eric

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Canadian Infantry in Afghanistan (Possible PPCLI or Van Doos) - Eric

Canada Day photo exhibit: Images of Afghanistan

Canada Day photo exhibit: Images of Afghanistan

Canada Day visitors to Parliament Hill will have a chance to see Canada's military mission Afghanistan through the eyes of our armed forces personnel.

Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan got a surprise Christmas visit from one of their fiercest backers, Don Cherry, the Hockey Night in Canada icon who visited the country to celebrate the holidays with the troops. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Canadian People, Don Cherry, Rob Ford, Toronto City, Afghanistan War, Hockey Players
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Hockey Night in Afghanistan

I received an email today from the wife of a Canadian soldier who is currently deployed with the U.S Air Force and she shared something awesome with me that the Edmonton Oilers & The Oklahoma City Barons did for our troops overseas. "My Canadian husband is deployed overseas with the U.S. Air Force. The Canadians and American's at the deployed location got a great surprise and a real lift in spirits in December when they received a shipment of hockey sticks, gloves and t-shirts from the…

Canadian soldiers rest opposite a sand wall before move to take control of their objective, Nov

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Pro Patria Mori : Canadian Army Afghanistan

A Royal Air Force Chinook comes in to land. It was carrying the final members of K Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines to complete the hand over with A Company, 2 Batallion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Best Helicopter, Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Weapons, Military Army, Military Personnel, Chinook Helicopters, British Armed Forces
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British troops put Taliban 'on the run'

Taliban forces tactically routed, says army commander

Operation Medusa: The Battle For Panjwai

Operation Medusa: The Battle For Panjwai - Legion Magazine

PHOTOS: DND; CHARLES COMPANY; ADAM DAY A Canadian soldier ducks as a helicopter lifts off during Operation Medusa. Inset top: across the Arghandab River, the area around the white school burns as the Canadians attack. Inset bottom: the town of Bazaar-e-Panjwai with Mar Ghar in the background. Part 1: The Charge of Charles Company. Within […]

After serving million customers over the last 5 years the Tim Hortons on a military base in Kandahar is closing it's doors. Canadian Army, Tim Hortons, Afghanistan War, Fire Powers, Restaurant Branding, Great Books, Military, 5 Years, Random Stuff
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Tim Hortons Kandahar location to close | CBC News

After having served 2.5 million customers over the last five years, the Tim Hortons location in Kandahar, Afghanistan will close at the end of the month

Regiment Royal Engineers, CF Burma Herrick 16 in Afghanistan "Call Me Maybe?

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An Afghanistan re-make of the Miami Dolphins "Call Me Maybe". Watch the original first to appreciate this one. Done by our boys in Afghan this year. Original...

Inukshuk in Afghanistan rededicated to all NATO fallen - World - CBC News

Inukshuk in Afghanistan rededicated to all NATO fallen | CBC News

NATO forces at Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan held a ceremony Monday to commemorate fallen comrades and rededicate a memorial to four Canadian soldiers killed by U.S. friendly fire in 2002.

Inukshuk in Afghanistan rededicated to all NATO fallen - World - CBC News

Inukshuk in Afghanistan rededicated to all NATO fallen | CBC News

NATO forces at Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan held a ceremony Monday to commemorate fallen comrades and rededicate a memorial to four Canadian soldiers killed by U.S. friendly fire in 2002.

 18 February Corporal Sebastien Gratton from Bulldog (Bravo) Company, Battalion, Royal Régiment Battle Group BG)

Canada Day photo exhibit: Images of Afghanistan

Canada Day visitors to Parliament Hill will have a chance to see Canada's military mission Afghanistan through the eyes of our armed forces personnel.

Canada Day visitors to Parliament Hill will have a chance to see Canada's military mission Afghanistan through the eyes of our armed forces personnel.

100 Images From/De Afghanistan

The Canadian Armed Forces are marking more than 12 years of service in Afghanistan. The largest deployment of Canadian Armed Forces personnel since the Second World War will draw to a close on March 31, 2014. Beginning on December 22, 2013, the Department of National Defence will highlight one photograph a day taken during the mission for a total of a select 100 images. *** Les Forces armées canadiennes soulignent plus de 12 années de service en Afghanistan. Le 31 mars 2014, le plus…