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Terence Brennen

Former Communication Research 291 with the Canadian Forces

 

 
 

 

Terence “Terry” Brennen here. I was in the Canadian Forces, 291 trade from 1987 to 1997, stationed in Masset, Alert, language school and CFSRA Det. Fort Meade, MD.

Terence Brennen

14 July 2019

 

Editor's Note: The 291 trade in the Royal Canadian Navy was called " Radioman Special " until the late 1960s when it was renamed " Communication Research 291". The 291s worked mostly at remote radio stations in the Arctic and at other locations around the world like at Fort Meade, MD and in Bermuda. As for me, I was a " Radioman " (without the special). My trade was renamed " Radioman Sea 251 " in the late 1960s. The 251s worked mostly on board ships, onboard submarines and at Naval Radio Stations communicating with the Canadian naval fleet.... Donald Courcy

 

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