WORLD WAR I WORLD WAR II
1. 628,736 Canadians served. 1. 1,031,902 male and 49,963 females served.
2. 66,573 died and 138,166 were wounded. 2. 44,927 died and 53,145 were wounded.
3. 2,818 were taken prisoner of war. 3. 8, 271 were taken prisoners of war.
4. 175 merchant seamen died by enemy action. 4. 1.146 merchant seamen died by enemy action.
KOREAN WAR THE GULF WAR
1. 26,791 served 1. 3,837 male and 237 females served
2. 516 died and 1,558 were wounded. 2. There were no casualties during the Gulf War
3. 33 were taken prisoner of war. 3. None were taken prisoner during the Gulf War.
U N PEACEKEEPING (1948 -? ) AFGHANASTAN (ISAF)
1. 114 Canadian soldiers have died while serving 1. Currently, 158 Canadian soldiers have
United Nations Peacekeeping efforts throughout. died while serving with ISAF in Afghanastan.
the world. 2. Over 1400 Soldiers have been wounded.
Take ten minutes and check out this tribute to our fallen in Afghanastan.
Canadian Forces Tribute: http://www.iglen.ca/tribute
Left Click on what appears to be an album cover in the lower left corner.
THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD AS WE
THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD;
AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM NOR
THE YEARS CONDEMN.
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN
AND IN THE MORNING,
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.
If You Can't Remember, ... THINK!