Post War

Artifact PW2-24: 100 Man Honour Guard

Submitted by: LCol (Ret’d) R.G. Farrell, Royal Canadian Signals

100 Man Guard

PW2-24:  100 man guard of honour for General Officer Commanding (GOC) Eastern Command

In 1965, MGen C.A. Turcot, the GOC, Eastern Command, made his farewell visit to Gagetown.  3 Signal Squadron was designated to provide a 100 man guard of honour for the event.  This photo was taken at the main gate of the Base.   The undersigned, then a Lt. in command of the Squadron’s Radio Troop, was guard commander.

100 Man Guard

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