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    What I learned about the Craft in Afghanistan
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    What I learned about the Craft in Afghanistan (27 min 17 sec)
    Uploaded on 12-12-13 at 06:34 AM by Blake Bowden
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    Grand Lodge of A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province of Ontario

    London Masonic Conference

    November 9, 2014

    "Bulletproof Freemasonry: "What I learned about the Craft in Afghanistan"

    Presented By: Bro. Lieutenant Joseph F. Curry

    A first-person account of Masonry in a deployed military lodge that will explore a few
    lessons the modern Mason and Lodge could learn from this now-rare tradition.

    About the Author: Brother Lieutenant Joseph Curry is an Intelligence Officer in the Canadian Forces. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 at the rank of Corporal where he served as the Intelligence Officer for the National Support Element of Task Force Kandahar on Operation Athena. He regularly went on Combat Logistics Patrols to Forward Operating Bases throughout Kandahar Province.

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