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Brass Poppy Project Nearing Completion.

posted 18 Sep 2016, 02:14 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 20 Sep 2016, 15:15 ]

One set of Brass Poppies  was installed at the R.C.A.F. National Museum in Trenton.  These will be on display at the front of Our Monument at the Museum during the summer months [Monument Dedication 2012]

This project was conceived and has been managed by Carl Mills.  It has been ongoing for over a year as an 85th Squadron Anniversary project to take pictures of every known grave of both 400 and 411 Squadron's Honour Roll members, and deceased CO's through Canada, and all of Europe.  

The Canadian tour is complete, as well as many of the European photographs.  Many of our fallen comrades' graves have been touched by the Brass Poppies.

There has been a lot of information  and photos added to the ACTIVE PROJECTS BAY, Brass Poppy Section. 

This unique and most amazing project deserves everyone's support.  You can begin by reading the fine Article written by Carl Mills L/Col (Retired).  
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Bill Bishop,
18 Sep 2016, 02:41