Afghanistan veteran recounts brutal battle

An item from the Legion Magazine.


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Afghanistan veteran recounts brutal battle

Afghanistan veteran recounts brutal battle

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

The last thing Corporal Sean Teal said to Warrant Officer Rick Nolan was: “Do you want a Life Saver?”

Before Nolan could reply, a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) fired by a Taliban fighter struck the windshield of their G-Wagon and killed him. Teal, driving in the seat right next to him, was concussed but functional.

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The British invasion of Iceland

The British invasion of Iceland

Story by Sharon Adams

During the Second World War, Iceland—a small island country with a population of about 120,000—was determined to remain neutral, as it had been since the First World War.

But it was strategically located in the North Atlantic between Greenland and the Faroe Islands, just south of the Arctic Circle, which piqued the interest of Germany and Britain. According to an unidentified German naval officer, “whoever has Iceland controls the entrances into and exits from the Atlantic.”

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