16 august 2012
11 November 2012 - 09:13
What's happened to the old adage that "An Army marches on its Stomach" How can Canada expect the best from its forces when such expense allowances are cut?
Sent by Duncan Tribute, Truro, Cornwall , United Kingdom
11 November 2012 - 00:30
Money for meals, disabled vets and vets funerals could come from the military commercials budget. At least the hurting might benefit instead of the comfortable !
Sent by Bill Hadgkiss, Kamloops, Canada
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