The museum had an interesting room that simulated an air raid shelter plus a large collection of uniforms and weapons. Here's a few of the guns.
There are no Gunners with connections to 15th Field Artillery Regiment but our common bond extends to Gunners from Newfoundland, Great Britain and India. The 16 headstones are all from Newfoundland which are included in the 5 rows of British Gunners while the Indian Gunners are listed seperately.
No Gunners with connections to 15th Field Artillery Regiment RCA are buried at Agira but we all carry a common bond - The Guns!
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Would anybody like to chip in a couple of thousands of dollars and we can add this to our museum collection? It's located in Maple Ridge.
On 21 June, 2023, 12 Gunners from across 3rd Canadian Division completed their CP-Tech Course Mod 1 at Bessborough Armoury. This course begins to train Gunners with the necessary skills to return to their home units and fill positions as Command Post Technicians in their Batteries.
As the graduation was held on National Indigenous People's Day, the Gunners wore orange shirts under their tunics in recognition. Check out the other photos from 2023 here.
It's nice to see when enrolment in The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery passes onto the next generation. Corporal Jennifer Corry (Cruikshank) informs us that her son was on the Artillery Junior Leaders Course with several of our members.
Members of 39 Canadian Brigade Group were present for the Vancouver Canadians game on Canada Day. Second Lieutenant Kakish threw the first pitch while other members of the unit formed the flag party. Check out all the photos here.