Two additional names for the nominal roll. Both enrolled in 15th (Vancouver) Coast Brigade before transferring to 16th Battery, 3rd Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RCA. Quite possibly they knew each other while they served in that unit.
Sergeant Rogers was tragically shot in a weapons mishap.
Bombardier Sheldon had survived Dieppe but was killed by a bomb when the Canadians returned to France. His file contains a letter written while on duty at night in England manning the anti-aircraft defences. He's not too impressed with his situation and sends his complaints to his wife in the United States through the civilian British Post where the it is discovered and returned to the Canadian Army. His charge report for sending the letter is also in the file....
I've shown Bombardier Sheldon's file twice using two different formats. the first is a Gallery arrangement and the second is a Slideshow format. Which is best for viewing?
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