Episode 005 LCol Cliff Trollope

In this episode, I review some feed back from you, the good listener, before getting into the interview with Lieutenant-Colonel Cliff Trollope. LCol Trollope served for the majority of his military career with the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry. He began his service at the Royal Military College and also was an instructor at the Infantry School in Gagetown, New Brunswick. He concluded his military service as the Commanding Officer of the Royal Regiment of Canada, where he lead the Regiment through their period of providing individual augmentation to the mission in Afghanistan and the presentation and consecration of the Colours by HRH, the Prince of Wales.

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DSC_1922Lieutenant-Colonel Cliff Trollope, Commanding Officer of the Royal Regiment of Canada

12-Royal-Visit-2009-Nov-Charles-Regt-colours-sm  LCol Trollope escorting HRH Charles, The Prince of Wales during the presentation and consecration of Colours to the Royal Regiment of Canada and the Toronto Scottish Regiment

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Britain's Prince Charles inspects the Royal Regiment of Canada in Toronto

 

 

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Leading soldiers on operations

Divine Service

LCol Trollope on parade at Fort York Armoury – Is this a good time for some push-ups?!?

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