Military Service Recognition Book

97 ONTARIO COMMAND DOUGLAS, Robert G. “Bob” Bob was born in East York, Toronto on May 13, 1930. In October 1947 after graduation, he joined the Royal Regiment of Canada and signed a two-year contract with the British Army King’s Regiment. He was posted from Canada to Hong Kong in 1954 and subsequently to the 22nd Special Air Service Regiment with jungle operations in Malaya. Upon his return to Canada, Colonel Douglas rejoined the Royal Regiment. He is a former honourary Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Canada, Toronto Scottish, a former President of the St. John Ambulance and presently Vice chair of the Veterans Advisory Committee of the Board for Sunnybrook Hospital. Colonel Douglas serves in Ottawa as a member of the Executive Council Honourary Colonels of Canada and former A de C to the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. He is a member of the International Counter-Terrorism Officers Association. Bob has been a member of Fort York Legion Branch 165 for over fifty years. DROUIN, Ronald L. Ronald was born on September 22, 1955 in Timmins, Ontario. He enlisted in the Army on May 24, 1973 and served in Canada as a Captain with the Algonquin Regiment, “B” Company. He was the Regimental Sergeant Major from 1998 to 2007 and in 1998, he visited the sister Regiment at the Victoria Barracks in London, England where he met Prince Philip. Ronald has also worked at HQ Signals as a radio operator and he is still serving. He has received the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Canadian Forces Decoration and the Canadian Forces Decoration 2. Ronald has been a member of South Porcupine Legion Branch 287 for more than thirty-five years. DRISCOLL, Clifford J. Clifford was born in Ottawa, Ontario on May 3, 1951. He served seven years with Ottawa Police then joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police O Division on April 20, 1976 to assist in the 1976 Olympics. He served in Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie, Kingston and Brockville and volunteered for the RCMP’s first contingent to the UN Protection Force in Yugoslavia in 1992. While there, he provided humanitarian aid, assisted citizens coping with ethnic cleansing, arranged exchanges of bodies and prisoners of war and assisted military units from various UN countries. In 1997, he returned and served with the UN Mission in Bosnia Herzegovina, serving as Human Rights Officer assisting the general population and monitoring local police and military for human rights violations. Clifford is the recipient of the RCMP Long Service, Canada Peacekeeper, UNPROFOR and UNMIBH Medals. Clifford was discharged on April 21, 2006 and has been a member of Talbot Trail Legion Branch 613 for 25 years.