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Re-equipping the Canadian Armed Forces

From the Legion Magazine.


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Story by Stephen J. Thorne

Remembrance Day has passed. Now remember this: Without a comprehensive
plan to re-equip the Canadian Armed Forces for the challenges that lie ahead,
our soldiers, sailors and aircrew are placed at an unfair and unnecessary disadvantage.
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Heroes and Villains

Heroes and villains

Story by Mark Zuehlke

On July 10, 1943, the 1st Canadian Infantry Division—about 18,000 men—stormed ashore in Sicily as part of Operation Husky and filed into the island’s mountainous heart. The division had been the first Canadians to deploy to Britain in December 1939. Now they marched to battle. As they pushed toward Mount Etna, German resistance stiffened, but their unflagging tenacity prompted the Germans to nickname them the “Red Patch Devils” after their divisional shoulder patches.
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This week in history
This Week in History

November 18, 1916
The four-month Battle of the Somme ends.

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[eNewsletter #159] Never Losing Sight Of The Mission…

From the Wreaths Across America organization.


Never Losing Sight Of The Mission

As you might imagine, this time of year is incredibly busy for our staff and our core volunteers all across the nation. A lot goes into placing over 1.5 million wreaths!
 
First, I want to say thank you to all those who are working so hard. You make the mission go, and mission to honor our veterans and their families, is what is near and dear to all of our hearts. I love your dedication.
 
Second, this week we got a chance to see the new Wreaths Across America video and we think it is a GREAT way to introduce the mission to someone who might never stopped to think about why we honor our veterans. Please share with the people you care about.
 
And lastly, to help make that sharing easier and fun, we decided to run a 100 wreath (plus the toy truck set) drawing, and you can team up with your friends to increase the chances those wreaths will be placed at your participating location of choice. Click the link above to enter for a chance to win and honor at least 100 of your local veterans!
~ Karen Worcester | Executive Director
and the Wreaths Across America Team

Volunteering in Arlington

Volunteering at Arlington National Cemetery? Heres What You Need to Know

Volunteering at Arlington National Cemetery? Here’s What You Need to Know

Wreaths Across America is forever grateful for the thousands of volunteers who place veterans’ remembrance wreaths on the headstones of our fallen as they say their names aloud.
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Trucking Tributes

Wreaths Across Americas "Trucking Tributes" Present Open Loads for the Honor Fleet

Wreaths Across America’s “Trucking Tributes” Present Open Loads for the Honor Fleet

Last year, over 1.2 million wreaths were transported from Columbia Falls, Maine to Arlington National Cemetery and over 1,300 other participating locations.
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Stories For and About Our Veterans

Remembrance Tree Program

Veteran Walking Across Country to Raise Awareness for Homeless Veterans

After almost a decade in the military, one veteran found himself in a financial pinch and on the verge of homelessness. Now, Shane Moore is on a different kind of tour to help others.
Welcome

These Guys Just Surprised a Struggling Vet With a New Car

Larry Yake is the fourth Meadville-area veteran to receive a refurbished car from Operation Build Up, a nonprofit based in Lima, New York.

Charlotte Bridge Home Helps Veterans Transition to Civilian Life

Passamaquoddy Army Veterans Honored for Service 

Ninety-nine years after six young men volunteered to fight the Imperial German Army in World War I, their families on Sunday received the official recognition.
Here are the best military photos for the week of November 4th

This Museum in Hawaii Was Built By Pearl Harbor Survivors

The Home of the Brave Museum is a one-of-a-kind treasure trove of artifacts, stories, and memories of those who fought to save our country.

Wreaths Across Americas

Remember, Honor and Teach

Wreaths Across America - Official Page

100 Reasons Why We Remember, Honor, and Teach. The Countdown to Wreath Day is On As We Pay Tribute to Our Veterans

At Wreaths Across America, we remember our fallen heroes, honor those who serve and their families, and teach younger generations the value of freedom.
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This Week In Social Media:

What Is Wreaths Across America? | 4:00 Minute Story

What Is Wreaths Across America? | 4:00 Minute Story

Wreaths Across America is a national 501(c)3 with over 1300+ participating locations nationwide, in all 50 states and 24 foreign veteran cemeteries on foreign soil.
Watch The New Video
Best Military Photos For the Week of November 11th

Best Military Photos For the Week of November 11th

The military has talented photographers who capture what life as a service member is like during training and at war.
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Korean War POW Earns Medal of Honor for Saving His Unit

Remembrance Tree Program

Remembrance Tree Program.  Here’s the information.
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Wreaths Across America - Official Page

Patriot Pair and Military Tribute Wreaths Started Shipping Last Week!

Two wreaths for one low price. The first wreath will be delivered to the participating location of your choice, to honor one who served and sacrificed. The second wreath will be shipped to your door (or sent as a gift if you choose).
Order My Wreaths Today!
Win 100
Wreaths To Honor Veterans And A Toy Truck Block Set (3 different ways to win)!

Win 100 Wreaths To Honor Veterans And A Toy Truck Block Set (3 different ways to win)!

Wreaths Across America wants you to WIN one of three prize drawings for 100 wreaths to honor veterans AND a WAA Toy Truck Block Set! Plus you can help your friends and family win too! It’s…
Enter For A Chance To Win

Wednesday Webinars

WAA Weekly Webinar

WAA Weekly Webinar

Discussion about #GivingTuesday and PR Resources, with WAA Volunteer Ellen Fuller, and PR Team Leader Amber Caron.
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Watch Last Week’s Webinar

The 2017 Volunteer Shirts Are Now Available For Orders!

Wear Your Pride - Order Your Volunteer Shirts So They Will Arrive In Time For Wreaths Across America Day

Wear Your Pride – Order Your Volunteer Shirts So They Will Arrive In Time For Wreaths Across America Day

2017 Wreaths Across America Volunteer Shirts Are Here!. Campaign ends Sunday, November 26 in order to deliver all orders before December 16th – National Wreath Day.
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Order Shirts While Available!

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Join us on December 16th (the 3rd Saturday in December), 2017 for National Wreaths Across America Day. Use this map to find a location and sign up to volunteer. Can’t find a location near you? You can start one (adding new locations for 2017)!
Donate or Sign Up To Volunteer
“Remember this…. In truth a person dies twice, once when he stops breathing, and a second time when somebody mentions his or her name for the last time. Join us in December when over one million volunteers nationwide, will say the names of a million fallen out loud, to make sure they will never be forgotten.”

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Civil Air Patrol

Taya Kyle on the

The Civil Air Patrol Helps Teach Through Living History

The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) introduces many young men and women today to the Air Force and the notion of uniformed service to our nation. The organization is often a stepping stone to…
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Disinformation wars with Russia

From the Legion Magazine.


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Disinformation wars

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

Russian efforts at propaganda and disinformation are old hat to Latvians and the citizens of other Baltic states now under NATO protection, but Moscow’s current blitzkrieg of online false news and blistering political criticism still poses a formidable challenge to Canada and our NATO allies.
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Their names live on

Their names live on

Story by Tom MacGregor

Pilgrims walk the grounds where so many Canadians fought and fell in two Canadian World Wars as part of a two-week coach tour organized by the Dominion Command Poppy and Remembrance Committee.
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This week in history
This Week in History
This Week in History
This Week in History

NOVEMBER 11, 1918

The First World War comes to an end;
619,636 Canadian men and women served,
66,655 died
172,950 were wounded.

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Hearing Life

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Show your Support this Remembrance Season

The poppy is a symbol of remembrance for the sacrifice of our fallen soldiers. In honour of their sacrifice, a portion of the proceeds from all our poppy items will be donated to The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Trust Fund.

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Festival of Remembrance 2017

While not organized by the branch, the Royal Canadian Legion US Zone, Branch #25 always participates in the Festival of Remembrance that is hosted by the Royal British Legion.  The event occurs on the Sunday closest to Remembrance Day at 3:00pm in Grace Cathedral, 1100 California St, San Francisco, CA.  This year the event was held on Sunday, 12 November.

Below are some pictures from the event.

Below are some videos from the event.