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Wearing the Green Beret: A Canadian with the Royal Marine Commandos
With the authenticity of Jarhead and Bravo Two Zero and the straight-up narrative of Contact Charlie, this military memoir describes what really goes on in the training of an elite soldier and his tours in Afghanistan.
In 2004, Jake Olafsen signed up for the Royal Marines Commandos. He left everything behind at home in Canada on the basis of a spur-of-the-moment decision. The Royal Marines have the toughest and longest basic training of any infantry unit in the world. For Olafson, this meant eight months of wet and cold in England and Wales. It was hell, but he came out with the four Commando qualities that the corps look for: courage, determination, unselfishness, cheerfulness in the face of adversity.
Olafsen went on to serve for four years as a Commando in the Royal Marines, an elite military unit based in the United Kingdom. He went to Afghanistan twice: in 2006, he went to confront the Taliban in Helmand Province for six months, and in 2007, he was sent to do it all over again. His story is filled with good experiences, like the sense of accomplishment, patriotism, and camaraderie, and the opportunity to travel the world. But all good things come at a price. The sacrifices he made for the Corps are significant; he has killed the enemy and he has buried his friends. And in telling his story, Olafsen hopes that he can make sense of it all. This is an honest, gutsy story about the mud and the blood, the triumphs and the tragedies.
Royal Canadian Military Institute.
The picture you’re seeing its the Royal Canadian Military Institute, and according to history, it has its origins on January 30, 1890, in a small meeting of Militia Officers in Rossin House, a family hotel at York Street and King Street West (which was halfway between the Legislature and Yonge Street). The meeting took place at the behest of Lieutenant-Colonel William Otter, Deputy Adjutant General for Military District No. 2. LCol Otter understood that the Militia had to be transformed if it was to serve as the front-line defence for Canada. Rather than annual drills and band concerts, the Militia had to know about war, tactics, strategy and the changes that would soon make a modern battlefield unrecognizable to soldiers shaped by the images of Waterloo and the Crimea. Fifty militia officers from Otter's garrison attended this meeting, with every unit represented.
The foundation for this meeting took place two weeks prior, on January 14th, when Otter summoned his officers to begin talking about the formation of a military institute of some kind in Canada. Precedents were available. In 1831, the Duke of Wellington founded the Royal United Services Institute Royal (RUSI), which was the oldest institute of its kind. In 1878, American officers had formed the Military Service Institute of the United States. In New South Wales, Australian officers had also launched a military institute.
Interestingly, the 1890 meetings of Militia officers was not L/Col Otter's first attempt at forming a military institute. In 1878, he was integral in the formation of the Militia Institute. Unfortunately, this Institute was short-lived, with membership hovering around 30 officers. In merely four years, L Col Otter would sign his final minutes. But in 1890, a new institute would be born from the ashes of the Militia Institute. On the January 30th meeting, a plan to have a member-based Institute was initiated, as was the separation between resident and non-resident membership, with the latter allowing officers from units in other cities to be invited. On February 12th, a name for this institute was created: The Canadian Military Institute. The name of the Institute was changed in 1946 to the Canadian Officers' Club and Institute. The distinguished prefix "Royal" was granted by His Majesty King George VI on the 23rd of June 1948, and the present title "Royal Canadian Military Institute" adopted at that time. The location it’s at 426 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.
Gold Bar at the Royal Canadian Mint
On the day that we were at the Mint, it was worth $220,000.00. The security was cool with us handling it but he was armed and I am sure he would have clubed us if we had tried to walk off with it. I think it is the most expensive thing I have ever held and it was an off day for gold.
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Elizabeth, the cultured young schoolteacher from the East, has braved the western frontier and spent a year teaching in a one-room schoolhouse. How she and Wynn are planning their wedding and their new life together at his outpost in the far north. While Wynn is accustomed to life in the north, Elizabeth is not. Can their love for each other sustain them through a harsh winter, loneliness, and rigors of life without any of the conveniences they're used to? Book 2 of the bestselling Canadian West series.
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