(MOJO) as in Mobile Journalism.
I recently started my new Blog: My road to recovery, sharing my experience as a Canadian Veteran in the Former Yugoslavia and Somalia and Gulf War. My recovery from PTSD and I will share some of my talks with the dedicate people helping me getting thru 24 years of hidden emotions.
Monday, 15 July 2013
Canadian Soldiers in Afghanistan - They are not forgotten
Monday 15 July, 2013 Hi all,
Welcome back to my Blog.
MISSION: Close to 900 soldiers from Shilo and Edmonton
will participate in the third and final rotation of Operation ATTENTION, the
Canadian Contribution Training Mission — Afghanistan (CCTM-A) from June 2013 to
March 2014. (Source - DND 2013)
NAME:Ian Tait.. Sgt Ian Tait,Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry,father
and former colleague of *Army News.
A well-spoken soldier from Brandon, Manitoba, Ian recently got
posted to CFB Shilo after a two years posting with the Army Public Affairs in
Ottawa. I remember that Ian rapidly became a sharp reporter, not surprising with his Army background and field experience, he had 'Street Creds' to back up the video News stories he was involved with.
Ian Taiton the day of his
departure and he kindly agreed to keep in touch with me, so that I can Blog on
the Canadian Mission thru his eyes. I should be getting photos from him, and I
will arrange for a Skype interview later during his tour. I indent
to post updates on a regular basis.
want to make sure that these Canadian soldiers are not forgotten from the
public. I recall in the 90' when I served in Bosnia/Croatia as a PA
Photographer/Cameraman, the more the mission was continuing, the less interest
there was in Canada. So, by the end of the 90' nobody actually gave a crap
about our Canadian Soldiers serving overseas on UN Mission.
Sgt Ian Tait - Afghanistan, July 2013
*Army News: Army News had been created by the Former Army CommanderLieutenant-General Michael Jeffery in order to communicate and inform Soldiers and Families on what's going on in the Canadian Army.