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Background Information

Employment History

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Kandahar Airfield


Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry


Web References(6 Total References)


www.canada.com

George Deveaux, left, Master Cpl. Frank Evans, and Sgt. Darryl Eckhardt, right, jam on Saturday as part of the music club at Kandahar Airfield. (CP/Bill Graveland)George Deveaux, left, Master Cpl."I don't do that one," said ex-Canadian soldier George Deveaux, 49, from Kingston, Ont., as his bandmates launched into a brief intro to "Ring of Fire." Deveaux spent eight years with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and now works as a civilian at Kandahar Airfield.He said music clubs such as this one have been around for some time. "We're just trying to get our footprint established here so we're working at it.We'd like to be able to play some music here over Christmas," said Deveaux.


www.680news.com [cached]

"I don't do that one," said ex-Canadian soldier George Deveaux, 49, from Kingston, Ont., as his bandmates launched into a brief intro to "Ring of Fire."Deveaux spent eight years with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and now works as a civilian at Kandahar Airfield.He said music clubs such as this one have been around for some time."We're just trying to get our footprint established here so we're working at it.We'd like to be able to play some music here over Christmas," said Deveaux."This is the highlight of my day and to me there's no greater passion that I have in my life," he added.


www.hfxnews.com [cached]

George Deveaux, left, Master Cpl. Frank Evans, and Sgt. Darryl Eckhardt, right, jam on Saturday as part of the music club at Kandahar Airfield. (CP/Bill Graveland)George Deveaux, left, Master Cpl."I don't do that one," said ex-Canadian soldier George Deveaux, 49, from Kingston, Ont., as his bandmates launched into a brief intro to "Ring of Fire." Deveaux spent eight years with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and now works as a civilian at Kandahar Airfield.He said music clubs such as this one have been around for some time. "We're just trying to get our footprint established here so we're working at it.We'd like to be able to play some music here over Christmas," said Deveaux. "This is the highlight of my day and to me there's no greater passion that I have in my life," he added.


www.paherald.sk.ca [cached]

"I don't do that one," said ex-Canadian soldier George Deveaux, 49, from Kingston, Ont., as his bandmates launched into a brief intro to "Ring of Fire." Deveaux spent eight years with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and now works as a civilian at Kandahar Airfield.He said music clubs such as this one have been around for some time. "We're just trying to get our footprint established here so we're working at it.We'd like to be able to play some music here over Christmas," said Deveaux. "This is the highlight of my day and to me there's no greater passion that I have in my life," he added.


www.canadaeast.com [cached]

George Deveaux, left, Master Cpl."I don't do that one," said ex-Canadian soldier George Deveaux, 49, from Kingston, Ont., as his bandmates launched into a brief intro to "Ring of Fire."Deveaux spent eight years with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and now works as a civilian at Kandahar Airfield.He said music clubs such as this one have been around for some time."We're just trying to get our footprint established here so we're working at it.We'd like to be able to play some music here over Christmas," said Deveaux."This is the highlight of my day and to me there's no greater passion that I have in my life," he added.


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