Last month, I joined a group of journalists for a visit to Camp Aldershot in the Annapolis Valley, where Canadian Forces reserve recruits do basic training. Before we arrive, I think of my grandfather, who did his basic training there in 1939. I wrote in my June 2018 editorial (“The people inside the uniform”) about […]
By Trevor J. Adams 27 August 2018 Share this story
Tucked away in the woods of King’s County, Aldershot is where generations of Canadian Forces members have completed basic training. On the day Halifax Magazine visited, one class was graduating, even as others laboured through the gruelling program. Photos by Tammy Fancy/Fancy Free Fotographic. This story was originally published in Halifax Magazine.
By Tammy Fancy 27 August 2018 Share this story
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