News in Review Dying for Peace: Our Soldiers in Kabul

News in Review Dying for Peace: Our Soldiers in Kabul

In February 2004, another contingent of Canadian soldiers began arriving in Afghanistan, and a Canadian general took command of the NATO-led peace and security mission. The fresh troops began settling into their base near Kabul, only weeks after a suicide bomber attacked a Canadian patrol, killing Corporal Jamie Murphy and wounding three other soldiers. We look at the aftermath of that deadly attack, and how it led to charges that our troops don’t have the proper equipment. We also hear what our troops at Camp Julien have to say about Canada’s most dangerous military mission since the Korean War.

  • 2004
  • 00:15:07
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 03/15/2004
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