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Last Respects – Members of the 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (3 PPCLI) Battle Group pay their last respects aboard a United States Air Force C 17 aircraft to four of their fallen comrades, who were killed in a training accident near Kandahar, Afghanistan. The accident victims were Canadian Forces members serving with the 3 PPCLI Battle Group based out of Edmonton, Alberta. Photo by: Cpl Lou Penney, 3 PPCLI Battle Group

Last Respects – Members of the Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light…

The Bearer Party consisting of Canadian Forces soldiers from the Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry carries First World War soldier Private (Pte) Alexander Johnston out of Église Saint-Aubert in Sailly-lez-Cambrai, France.  Pte Johnston a member of the 78th Battalion of the Winnipeg Grenadiers, died in battle on September 1918.  Photo by Corporal Dianne Neuman, CFSU(O) Photo Services © 2011 DND-MDN, CANADA

Canadian soldiers carry a soldier that lost it life in war Jason li Weihong shi

Canadian Forces in and around the Horn of Panjwaii, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. Soldiers of the Royal 22e Regiment (Vandoos) on patrol. March/April, 2011.

Canadian Forces in and around the Horn of Panjwaii, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. Soldiers of the Royal Regiment (Vandoos) on patrol.

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Canada's equipment in Afghanistan

Afghan Cda Move 20110717

Lt.Col Sajjan Singh is now the Defense Minister of Canada and erstwhile commander of Canadian forces in Afghanistan.Shown here with new field equipment for Sikh soldiers.

India-born Harjit Sajjan, Canada’s new defense minister, is already impressing the public as word about his police and military heroics circulate online.

Sam,  a master corporal with the Canadian Special Operations Regiment, said Friday that "it’s nice to see the country coming together and showing that they care."

158 Canadian soldiers lost their lives in Afghanistan. Who were they?

Sam, a master corporal with the Canadian Special Operations Regiment, said Friday that "it’s nice to see the country coming together and showing that they care.

Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group, during a Remembrance Day ceremony at a forward installation in the Panjwa’i District. Even in the most remote and isolated forward installations, soldiers from the Battle Group take the time to remember those who sacrificed before them and the friends and comrades they have lost during their tour in Afghanistan. Photo: Cpl Keith Wazny © 2010 DND-MDN Canada

This picture show that the Canadian soldiers are having a assembly for the soldiers that pass away during the war .This show respect and positive. By Joyce Kuan & Charmaine tu

Canadian Forces soldiers from Joint Task Force Afghanistan Roto 4 line up to participate in a Remembrance Day ceremony held at Kandahar Airfield, November 11, 2007. Photo by MCpl Robert Bottrill, Canadian Forces Combat Camera #StrongProudReady

Canadian Forces soldiers from Joint Task Force Afghanistan Roto 4 line up to participate in a Remembrance Day ceremony held at Kandahar Airfield, November Photo by MCpl Robert Bottrill, Canadian Forces Combat Camera

100 Images From/De Afghanistan - Day 61 | Jour 61

100 Images From/De Afghanistan - Day 61 | Jour 61

A Canadian sniper withdraws from location after firing on enemy target while under simulated attack during Exercise Tireur Accompli. Photo by Corporal Jax Kennedy, Canadian Forces Combat Camera © 2011 DND-MDN Canada #StrongProudReady

A Canadian sniper withdraws from location after firing on enemy target while under simulated attack during Exercise Tireur Accompli. Photo by Corporal Jax Kennedy, Canadian Forces Combat Camera © 2011 DND-MDN Canada

Soldiers of Charlie Company, 1 Rifles are caught in a firefight with Taliban fighters during Operation Tor Tapus in the Nawa area of Helmand, Afghanistan.

Soldiers of Charlie Company, 1 Rifles are caught in a firefight with Taliban fighters during Operation Tor Tapus in the Nawa area of Helmand, Afghanistan.

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S troops march throughout the streets of Afghanistan. In this picture the only civilians that are on the streets are children. The children point and smile at the troops. But in reality they do not know what Imperialism is really about.

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