Mr. Garand in his Navy uniform. 1945.Robert Garand
The crew of HMCS LCI-1 Class Landing Craft Infantry (Large)-118 just before D-Day, June, 1944. Mr. Garand served on HMCS LCI(L)-118 as a Diesel Engineer.Robert Garand
HMCS LCI(L)-118 at Portsmouth (England) loaded with troops waiting to cross the Channel to Normandy, Summer 1944.Robert Garand
HMCS LCI(L)-118 of the 262nd Flotilla disembarking troops in NAN sector of Juno Beach, Summer 1944.Robert Garand
Mr. Garand's medals, from left to right: 1939-1945 Star; France and Germany Star; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal; The War Medal 1939-1945.Robert Garand
Mr. Bob Garand in his Royal Canadian Legion uniform, August 4th, 2012. He is in the Town of The Pas Centennial Parade as both he and the town turn 100 years old in 2012.Len Garand
"We kept going back and forth taking troops across [the English Channel]. We made that I don’t remember how many – 17 trips or something from Southampton to the beach."