Tuesday, November 28, 2006

 

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I got this list from toyoufromfailinghands Hat/Tip. H/T

There is one glaring ommission to their epitaths I would like to see corrected here though and that is the usual Born 1964 Died ??. Not to dis the Blog owners because they do a wonderful job of covering events and promoting our troops in harms way, just a suggestion. Maybe even a link to A Martyr web page to promote the lest we forget moto of our fallen soldiers. A bit of a gesture to console the survivors if you will.

1. Private Nathan Smith, 3 PPCLI, April 17, 2002
2. Private Richard Green, 3 PPCLI, April 17, 2002
3. Corporal Ainsworth Dyer, 3 PPCLI, April 17, 2002
4. Sergeant Marc Leger, 3 PPCLI, April 17, 2002
5. Corporal Robbie Christopher Beerenfenger, 3 RCR, Oct. 2, 2003
6. Sergeant Robert Alan Short, 3 RCR, Oct. 2, 2003
7. Corporal Jamie Murphy, 1 RCR, Jan. 27, 2004
8. Private Braun Scott Woodfield, 2 RCR, Nov. 24, 2005
9. Corporal Paul Davis, 2 PPCLI, March 2, 2006
10. Master Corporal Timothy Wilson, 2 PPCLI, March 5, 2006
11. Private Robert Costall, 25, 1 PPCLI, March 28, 2006
12. Lieutenant William Turner, Land Force Western Area HQ, April 22, 2006
13. Corporal Randy Payne, CFB Wainwright MP Platoon, April 22, 2006
14. Bombardier Myles Mansell, 5th (BC) Field Artillery Regiment, April 22, 2006
15. Corporal Matthew Dinning, 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters, April 22, 2006
16. Captain Nichola Kathleen Sarah Goddard, 1st RCHA, May 17, 2006
17. Corporal Anthony Boneca, Lake Superior Scottish Regiment, July 9, 2006
18. Corporal Francisco Gomez, Lord Strathcona's Horse, July 23, 2006
19. Corporal Jason Patrick Warren, The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, July 23, 2006
20. Major Paeta Derek Hess-von Kruedener, PPCLI serving with UNTSO, July 25, 2006
21. Corporal Christopher Jonathan Reid, 1 PPCLI, Aug 3, 2006
22. Corporal Bryce Jeffrey Keller, 1 PPCLI, Aug 3, 2006
23. Sergeant Vaughn Ingram, 1 PPCLI, Aug 3, 2006
24. Private Kevin Dallaire, 1 PPCLI, Aug 3, 2006
25. Master Corporal Raymond Arndt, The Loyal Edmonton Regiment, Aug 5, 2006
26. Master Corporal Jeffrey Scott Walsh, 2 PPCLI, Aug 9, 2006
27. Corporal Andrew James Eykelenboom, 1st Field Ambulance, Aug 11, 2006
28. Corporal David Braun, 2 PPCLI, Aug 22, 2006
29. Sergeant Shane Stachnik, 2 Combat Engineer Regiment, Sep 3, 2006
30. Warrant Officer Richard Francis Nolan, 1 RCR, Sep 3, 2006
31. Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish, 1 RCR, Sep 3, 2006
32. Private William Jonathan James Cushley, 1 RCR, Sep 3, 2006
33. Private Mark Anthony Graham, 1 RCR, Sep 4, 2006
34. Private David Byers, 2 PPCLI, Sep 18, 2006
35. Corporal Glen Arnold, 2 Field Ambulance, Sep 18, 2006
36. Corporal Shane Keating, 2 PPCLI, Sep 18, 2006
37. Corporal Keith Morley, 2 PPCLI, Sep 18, 2006
38. Private Josh Klukie, 1 RCR, Sep 29, 2006
39. Sergeant Craig Paul Gillam, Royal Canadian Dragoons, Oct 3, 2006
40. Corporal Robert Thomas James Mitchell, Royal Canadian Dragoons, Oct 3, 2006
41. Trooper Mark Andrew Wilson, Royal Canadian Dragoons, Oct 7, 2006
42. Sergeant Darcy Scott Tedford, 1 RCR, Oct 14, 2006
43. Private Blake Neil Williamson, 1 RCR, Oct 14, 2006
44. Corporal Albert Storm, 1RCR, Nov 27, 2006
45. Chief Warrant Officer Robert Girouard, 1RCR, Nov 27, 2006

Will NATO nations remove their caveates? What will be the death of this honorable mission? A thousand cuts/deaths? Will NATO nations follow through with their false promises? Will this be the undoing of NATO?

Just a thought on Suicide car born bombs. How about we set up weigh scales to help determine if a vehicle is overloaded with explosives?

Keeping in mind explosives don't weigh much, if you have access to high explosives but these guys are using UXO's and low grade explosives to my knowledge so it might be an option.

Here's some good news on that front. Lord knows we need it.
http://toyoufromfailinghands.blogspot.com/2006/11/why-canadians-dont-know-trivia-thats.html
Comments:
Hello there!

I'm working on an article right now for Canadian University Press about the recent decision in parliament to recognize Quebec as a nation. One of the interesting points I found was that the debate seemed to focus around the idea that if Quebec were granted nation status then the Acadians and the Newfoundlanders would be next in line. So I'm doing a little story to see how different people feel about this and, given the extent of your blogging about Canadian politics as they relate to Newfoundland, I was wondering if you would be interested in commenting.

If you could get back to me, either way, on Wednesday afternoon (today) that would be wonderful. I can be reached at 506-871-3639.

Cheers!

Will

William Wolfe-Wylie
Editor-in-Chief, The Argosy
Atlantic Bureau Chief, Canadian University Press
506-871-3639
wolfewylie.blogspot.com
 
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