The fetid smell of urine and feces filled the humid early-morning air, serving as an introduction to Afghanistan for Canadian soldiers stepping off their plane.
It’s Cpl. Kelly Wolfe’s first memory from his lone tour of duty — thousands of miles away from his present life as chief of the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation.
Talking about his tour can be therapeutic at times. He made lifelong friends, learned lessons that will stay with him forever, and followed a path of service honourably.
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