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    I've been working with another photographer that is in the Navy on The Veterans Portrait Project.
    There is a project with the same name in the US that is much longer running but we are not affiliated. We didn't even know it existed until recently.

    This is a project to capture images of Canadian Veterans. The purpose is to thank veterans for thier service and to be able to assemble a body of work which can be exhibited in all sorts of venues to show the Canadian public who the Canadian Veteran is.

    This is a member that I photographed on friday.

    WO Labonté has served in the regular force with 12 RBC, The Armoured school, CSOR, The RCD, Queens York Rangers and CFFCA for over 30 years.
    His time has seen him operate with many units in the Army in domestic and international operations.

    Thank you for your service.

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    Next is MWO Decaux.

    MWO Decaux has served in the regular and reserve force with the Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) for over 30 years.

    His time has seen him operate with many units in the Army and with the Royal Canadian Airforce in domestic and international operations.

    MWO Decaux is the MWO CBRN Standards for the Canadian Forces Fire and CBRN Academy (CFFCA).

    I have worked with MWO Decaux since he joined CFFCA in 2008 and he has always been an excellent mentor for younger NCO's. He never tires of ensuring that proper honours and traditions are passed on.

    Thank you for your service.
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    pretty cool project and great formal portraits
    I welcome all critique and comments on any of my photos

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    Our next image for The veteran's Portrait Project.

    WO Donaldson has served in the regular force with the 1 and 3 PPCLI as well as the Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) for over 20 years.

    His time has seen him operate with many units in the Army in domestic and international operations in places such a Bosnia and Afghanistan.

    Thank you for your service.
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