Sent to me by a fellow Merchant Seaman
In the late winter of 1949, the RCN was shaken by three almost simultaneous cases of mass insubordination variously described as "Incidents" or "Mutinies":
On February 26, when the destroyer HMCS Athabaskan was on a fuelling stop at Manzanillo, Colima...
My own 2 cent's worth is I agree with the above post,I forget when it started the Officer's over the years came back talking like C.E.O.'s and treating the Military like it was a Blue Chip Corporation.
I and others noted the change in their demeanour,speech and the micro management.
First off we have to admit that we get jack crap as a soldier's,airman or sailor's in Canada compared to the State's.
In the State's you produce military I.D. you get a discount from any where from 10% to 25%.
Ah but not here in Canada!!! >:(
I have produced my Canadian Mil I.D. in Texas...
The Wisconsin firing her 16" gun's for the last time.
Note the camera crew filiming and the Officer in the bridge. ::)