|#19 set wireless on display
RCAC Museum, CFB Borden
A loyal dedicated
|RSM Art Barnaby
(brother to John)
|Lt Col J. Gordon Quigley-
Author and Historian
Military Funeral Service, 11 Jun 52, at St. Patrick's
Catheral for two of our own, SSM Hugh B. MacIssac
and Sgt Leo A. Kerwin who died in a training accident.
Left to Right Major General F.
Worthington, Lt Col John Oland,
Capt Pete Lloyd on occasion of100
year regimental anniversary activity.
Col's John Oland and Russ Hubley with Scroll
Live Firing Preparation
2Lt J.Oland & Cpl Dave Allan
A-23 (Eastern Passage) Tank Training Exercises with Shermans
Left to Right: Major
Alex MacDonald East
Comm HQ, Lt Col
John Oland, Brig-Gen
Ned Amy, Col George
Cyril Gray-right at A-23
. "In 1990 I was privileged to present a scroll on behalf of my old Regiment (Can Grenadier Guards) to the Army
Museum in Halifax commemorating our war-time association with the Halifax Rifles ".- Brig Gen Ned Amy, formerly
Commanding Officer, Canadian Grenadier Guards quoted from "The Rifles Story"
L to R- Capt J.C.
Tpr M.W. Sleigh.
Major General F. Worthington
(VP of HR Armoury
Last three members, long into the future it is hoped,
will dutifully assemble and claim this prize of spirits,
encased at a special place at RA Park ( above), to open
and toast the regiment and all it's past members.
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Training at A23
Brothers meet overseas in
|WO's and Sgts Reunion of
Call Out- 25 Aug '51
LtoR SSM Art Barnaby,
RSM Ned, Wheeler,
SSM Hugh McIsaac
Left-Lieut Bill MacKenzie,
- On Exercise -1952
Capt. T.A. (Tommy)
presented silver tray by
LCol Oland, on
The Garagans-(circa 1955)
Left to Right
Trooper Brian Garagan(Ned's youngest brother)
SSM "Ned" Garagan
Trooper Edward "Buddy" Garagan (Ned's eldest son)
Trooper Joe Garagan (Ned's nephew)