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In a crowd, a woman in a lavender coat and hat talks to a veteran.

RCAF airman who survived a Nazi death camp passes away

Edward Carter-Edwards, who survived the notorious Nazi death camp Buchenwald, died February 22, 2017, in Smithville, Ontario. His funeral will be held on Monday, February 27.

A man wearing a poppy on his blue military uniform stands with his head bowed and his rifle reversed at a war memorial.

No greater honour for any airman

Master Corporal George Arsenault, an instructor at the Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Control Operations at 16 Wing Borden, shares his experience as the 2016 RCAF Remembrance Day Sentry at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.

A man in a blue air force uniform presents a certificate contained in a presentation folder to and shakes the hand of an elderly man wearing a dark blue blazer and blue tartan tie.

RCAF veteran recognized for contribution to Battle of Britain ceremonies

Major (retired) Desmond Peters received an RCAF Commander’s Commendation for his many years of superb support to the Air Force’s national Battle of Britain ceremonies.

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