Témoignages d'anciens combattants:
Ken D. Fisher

Armée

  • Ken D. Fisher's indentification card issued by the Department of National Defence. The card shows that Mr. Fisher was a member of the Reserve in the 1970s.

    Ken D. Fisher's indentification card issued by the Department of National Defence. The card shows that Mr. Fisher was a member of the Reserve in the 1970s.
  • Identification showing that Ken Fisher belonged to the North Saskatchewan Regiment.

    Identification showing that Ken Fisher belonged to the North Saskatchewan Regiment.
  • Epaulets clockwise from top left: Lieutenant, Officer cadet, Regimental, dress Lieutenant.

    Epaulets clockwise from top left: Lieutenant, Officer cadet, Regimental, dress Lieutenant.
  • Mobile command unit designation carrier (below) with dress (left) and fatigue (right) paratrooper jump wings.

    Mobile command unit designation carrier (below) with dress (left) and fatigue (right) paratrooper jump wings.
  • Army helmets, ammo pouch and canteens used by reserves in the 1970s. At that time, reserves were still using surplus equipment from World War II.

    Army helmets, ammo pouch and canteens used by reserves in the 1970s. At that time, reserves were still using surplus equipment from World War II.
  • Dress buttons and polishing brush.

    Dress buttons and polishing brush.
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