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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: Canadian military personnel killed in World War I, Canadian military personnel killed in World War II, Canadian military personnel killed in the War in Afghanistan (2001-present), Canadian Forces casualties in Afghanistan, Mal Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: Canadian military personnel killed in World War I, Canadian military personnel killed in World War II, Canadian military personnel killed in the War in Afghanistan (2001-present), Canadian Forces casualties in Afghanistan, Malcolm Mercer, Frank McGee, Andrew Mynarski, Scotty Davidson, Nichola Goddard, Robert Hampton Gray, George Lawrence Price, Cyril Biddulph, Gordon Flowerdew, Gordon Budd Irving, Leo Clarke, Jeff Nicklin, Percival Molson, John Robert Osborn, Arnold Jacques Chadwick, Samuel Lewis Honey, Jean Brillant, James Campbell Clouston, Frank Pickersgill, Claude Joseph Patrick Nunney, Wallace Lloyd Algie, Moe Hurwitz, John Bernard Croak, Frederick Fisher, Joseph Kaeble, Frederick William Hall, David Ernest Hornell, Ellis Wellwood Sifton, Frederick Hobson, Talbot Mercer Papineau, Frederick William Campbell, Alwyn Bramley-Moore, George Richardson, Hugh McKenzie, Robert Grierson Combe, Arthur George Knight, James Edward Tait, John K. Lawson, William Johnstone Milne, James Peter Robertson, Harry W. Brown, James Duffy, Okill Massey Learmonth, Joseph Stauffer, George Harold Baker, Aubrey Cosens, Robert Spall, Mark Anthony Graham, John George Pattison, Joe Turner, Henry Norwest, Dudley Garrett, Jamie Murphy, Richard Green, Nathan Lloyd Smith, Otto Lowenstern, Daniel Gunther. Excerpt: The number of Canadian Forces' fatalities resulting from Canadian military activities in Afghanistan is the largest for any single Canadian military mission since the Korean War between 1950 and 1953. A total of 157 Canadian Forces personnel have been killed in the war since 2002. The first casualties occurred in the Tarnak Farm incident, in which four Canadians were killed and eight seriously wounded when a United States warplane dropped a bomb on a training exercise in the belief that the Canadians were enemy soldiers. The four service...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: Canadian military personnel killed in World War I, Canadian military personnel killed in World War II, Canadian military personnel killed in the War in Afghanistan (2001-present), Canadian Forces casualties in Afghanistan, Mal Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: Canadian military personnel killed in World War I, Canadian military personnel killed in World War II, Canadian military personnel killed in the War in Afghanistan (2001-present), Canadian Forces casualties in Afghanistan, Malcolm Mercer, Frank McGee, Andrew Mynarski, Scotty Davidson, Nichola Goddard, Robert Hampton Gray, George Lawrence Price, Cyril Biddulph, Gordon Flowerdew, Gordon Budd Irving, Leo Clarke, Jeff Nicklin, Percival Molson, John Robert Osborn, Arnold Jacques Chadwick, Samuel Lewis Honey, Jean Brillant, James Campbell Clouston, Frank Pickersgill, Claude Joseph Patrick Nunney, Wallace Lloyd Algie, Moe Hurwitz, John Bernard Croak, Frederick Fisher, Joseph Kaeble, Frederick William Hall, David Ernest Hornell, Ellis Wellwood Sifton, Frederick Hobson, Talbot Mercer Papineau, Frederick William Campbell, Alwyn Bramley-Moore, George Richardson, Hugh McKenzie, Robert Grierson Combe, Arthur George Knight, James Edward Tait, John K. Lawson, William Johnstone Milne, James Peter Robertson, Harry W. Brown, James Duffy, Okill Massey Learmonth, Joseph Stauffer, George Harold Baker, Aubrey Cosens, Robert Spall, Mark Anthony Graham, John George Pattison, Joe Turner, Henry Norwest, Dudley Garrett, Jamie Murphy, Richard Green, Nathan Lloyd Smith, Otto Lowenstern, Daniel Gunther. Excerpt: The number of Canadian Forces' fatalities resulting from Canadian military activities in Afghanistan is the largest for any single Canadian military mission since the Korean War between 1950 and 1953. A total of 157 Canadian Forces personnel have been killed in the war since 2002. The first casualties occurred in the Tarnak Farm incident, in which four Canadians were killed and eight seriously wounded when a United States warplane dropped a bomb on a training exercise in the belief that the Canadians were enemy soldiers. The four service...

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