Author Topic: “A Personal Reflection by Charles Coy’s CSM on The Battle for Pashmul”  (Read 994 times)

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Offline BeyondTheNow

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CWO (Ret’d) John G Barnes, MMM, MSM, CD is my friend’s father. His daughter shared this with us today.

John shared some of his experiences while serving with The Royal Canadian Regiment. He recounted his time as CSM of “Charles” Company, 1st Battalion on day two of the Pashmul Battle.

There are some saddening portions of his writing, but it was an informative and moving read. I thought others here might enjoy it also.

”G’Day, Get In, Get Wet, Get Out!”

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« Last Edit: April 21, 2020, 20:47:35 by BeyondTheNow »
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Very powerful story.  :yellow:

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Wow. An extremely sobering and heartfelt account of the immense sacrifices of our troops in Afghanistan. Thank you for posting.  :cdn: