Howard, Barb
November 2010
Alberta Views;Nov2010, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p44
The article presents the author's insights regarding his father named Major General William A. Howard, who used to be a member of the military reserve in Canada. The author says that Howard's military involvement brought an army-speaking environment in their house. She highlights Howard's passion for the military as well as his dedication to military activities. Moreover, she commends soldiers' commitment to military values.


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