My Twelve-Year Battle with the Canadian Armed Forces
Second Lieutenant Andrew McBride was two years out of Kingston’s Royal Military College and had been posted to Second Royal Canadian Horse Artillery out of Petawawa. His skill and dedication had already caught the eye of his commanding officer, and by all accounts, he had a promising future ahead of him. But in the summer of 2001, while completing compulsory training as an artillery officer, his military career was unexpectedly and unfairly derailed. At twenty-four years old, Andrew was looking at the loss of everything he had been working towards for as long as he could remember. What followed was a protracted twelve-year fight with the Canadian Armed Forces that grew uglier and more entrenched with each battle. Trajectory takes a hard look at how Canada’s military treats its own and examines the mindsets that need to shift if we, as a country, are going to afford our soldiers the same rights and freedoms that they themselves protect on our behalf. All author proceeds will be donated to The Canadian Veterans Advocacy. trajectoryproject.net
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