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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #50 on: November 10, 2004, 20:31:07 »
They were filming my Sea King course during dunker training as part of the Salty Dip/Maritime Helo ops episode.  Too bad I did the course back in June and they wouldn't pay for me to do the dunker again. I could've been famous! The boys said that they had a fancy underwater camera and the guy wanted to film inside the trainer during one of the runs.  He wasn't qualified to use the emergency air bottles so he just held his breath.  What happened next is the exact reason why we do the dunker course. After the trainer rolled over upside down, he got disoriented and couldn't get out, he dropped the camera and headed for the bubbles, which is the wrong way to go after you turtle in a helo. The divers had to rescue him. If it was the real deal, he probably would have drowned. Kind of an eye opener for him and us wrt to the dangers of our job.

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #51 on: March 05, 2005, 12:29:16 »
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Many who frequent this board have complained that they missed many of the first season episodes of Truth Duty Valour. Well CBC's digital network (Country Canada) has just picked up the series and will begin airing it as of Saturday 5th of March.
Here is the link in their website for the series: http://cbccountrycanada.ca/TruthDutyValour.html

Hopefully more news on additional broadcasters in the next few months.
Thanks for watching and keep those suggestions coming for episodes we can consider for season three!
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Truth Duty Valour
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #52 on: March 05, 2005, 12:43:11 »
Newflyfisher  just wanted to say that I really enjoy  this show . With it being moved to digital do you know if it will still be aired on normal cable ?

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #53 on: August 15, 2007, 20:34:23 »
I just received an update from Colin McKeown, the producer of TDV:



Hello Army.Ca,

Just a quick email to let you know that a third season of Truth Duty Valour will soon begin airing across Canada. Below is the list of episodes for this season. We begin shooting season four in October and welcome ideas on themes for shows from army.ca fans. We should have firm dates on airing times in the next few weeks. Please let me know if there is more information you require.

On a personal note, the Artillery show is probably the most popular with the broadcasters!

Cheers

 

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Colin McKeown
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Truth Duty Valour



Season Three

301 – MCM Dive Operations
302 – Artillery
303 – NATO with HMCS Iroquois
304 – Combat Medics
305 – Joint Operations
306 – Army Reservists
307 – Urban Warfare
308 – Aurora’s
309 – Army Leadership
310 – Snowbirds
311 – Canadian Maneuver Training Centre
312 – Submarine Operations
313 – Tactical & Strategic Airlift

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #54 on: August 15, 2007, 21:02:39 »
Damn, its good to be a Gunner. ;)


I just received an update from Colin McKeown, the producer of TDV:



Hello Army.Ca,

Just a quick email to let you know that a third season of Truth Duty Valour will soon begin airing across Canada. Below is the list of episodes for this season. We begin shooting season four in October and welcome ideas on themes for shows from army.ca fans. We should have firm dates on airing times in the next few weeks. Please let me know if there is more information you require.

On a personal note, the Artillery show is probably the most popular with the broadcasters!
Cheers

 

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Truth Duty Valour



Season Three

301 – MCM Dive Operations
302 – Artillery
303 – NATO with HMCS Iroquois
304 – Combat Medics
305 – Joint Operations
306 – Army Reservists
307 – Urban Warfare
308 – Aurora’s
309 – Army Leadership
310 – Snowbirds
311 – Canadian Maneuver Training Centre
312 – Submarine Operations
313 – Tactical & Strategic Airlift
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #55 on: August 15, 2007, 21:11:44 »
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #56 on: August 16, 2007, 10:22:48 »
          Hey folks do any of you know when it is on ?  I live in Trenton On and I have tried to check this week TV schedule on the OLN net work web pager link that was provided in this topic but couldn't find the listing for Truth Duty Valor  would like to be able to see some of the episodes .     

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #57 on: August 17, 2007, 15:37:43 »
I saw an advert for it on court tv...odd but true.

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #58 on: September 29, 2007, 00:11:23 »
I got into work tonight to find an email with the updated schedule for this season's broadcasts.  Too bad I was on days off and only got the email tonight, as I missed last nights.  From those that I've talked to that did see it, they switched it around and last nights was the dive ops.



Dear friends and colleagues,

 JenCor Entertainment is thrilled to announce the third season of Truth Duty Valour!

Tune in for the season premiere this Thursday, September 27th at 9PM EST on Outdoor Life Network Canada (OLN) for our hottest new episode:  The Snowbirds. 

This series has been produced by JenCor Entertainment in association with OLN, CLT, Court TV, Historia and with special thanks to the Canadian Department of National Defence. 

 There are many new airdates coming up on all our channels so please click on the attached jpg or visit our new website at www.truthdutyvalour.ca for more information.  All known 2007 English broadcast dates have also been listed below for your convenience.

Thank you to all who helped make this great, new season a reality.

Sincerely,

 

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* Truth, Duty, Valour! www.truthdutyvalour.ca

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TRUTH DUTY VALOUR, Season III - ENGLISH BROADCAST DATES

*FRENCH to follow on Historia in 2008

 

OLN Canada

9pm EST

* Thursdays beginning on September 27

 

*   Thurs 27 September - 310 Snowbirds

*   Thurs 04 October - 302 Artillery

*   Thurs 11 October - 303 NATO HMCS Iroquois

*   Thurs 18 October - 304 Combat Medics

*   Thurs 25 October - 305 Joint Operations

*   Thurs 01 November - 306 Army Reservists

*   Thurs 08 November - 307 Urban Warfare

*   Thurs 15 November - 308 Auroras

*   Thurs 22 November - 309 Army Leadership

*   Thurs 29 November - 301 MCM Dive Ops

*   Thurs 06 December - 311 Canadian Maneuver Training Centre

*   Thurs 13 December - 312 Submarine Operations

*   Thurs 20 December - 313 Tactical & Strategic Airlift

 

* check local listings for channel and time zone specifics

** local listings are subject to change without notice to the Producer

 

 

CLT (Canadian Learning Television)

* Saturdays beginning on September 15

 

*   8pm - Sat 15 September - 301 MCM Dive Ops

*   8pm - Tues 18 September - 301 MCM Dive Ops

*   2am - Tues 18 September - 301 MCM Dive Ops

*   8pm - Sat 22 September - 302 Artillery

*   8pm - Sat 29 September - 303 NATO with HMCS Iroquois

*   11pm - Sat 6 October - 304 Medics

*   11pm - Sat 13 October - 305 Joint Operations

*   11pm - Sat 20 October - 306 Army Reservists

*   11pm - Sat 10 November - 307 Urban Warfare

*   11pm - Sat 17 November - 308 The Auroras

*   11pm - Sat 24 November - 309 Army Leadership

*   8pm - Sat 1 December - 310 The Snowbirds

*   8pm - Sat 8 December - 311 Canadian Manoeuver Training Centre

*   8pm - Sat 15 December - 312 Submarine Operations

*   8pm - Sat 22 December - 313 Tactical & Strategic Airlift

 

* check local listings for channel and time zone specifics

** local listings are subject to change without notice to the Producer

 

 

Court TV

* Thursdays beginning on October 4 at the following times:

7am EST

6pm EST

11pm EST

 

*   Thurs 4 October - 301 MCM Dive Operations

*   Thurs 11 October - 302 Artillery

*   Thurs 18 October - 303 NATO with HMCS Iroquois

*   Thurs 25 October - 304 Medics

*   Thurs 1 November - 305 Joint Operations

*   Thurs 8 November - 306 Army Reservists

*   Thurs 15 November - 307 Urban Warfare

*   Thurs 22 November - The Auroras

*   Thurs 29 November - Army Leadership

*   Thurs 6 December - The Snowbirds

*   Thurs 13 December - Canadian Manoeuvre Training Centre

*   Thurs 20 December - Submarine Operations

*   Thurs 27 December - Tactical & Strategic Airlift

 

Court TV

* Saturdays beginning on October 6 at the following times:

7am EST

2pm EST

7pm EST

 

*   Sat 6 October - 301 MCM Dive Operations

*   Sat 13 October - 302 Artillery

*   Sat 20 October - 303 NATO with HMCS Iroquois

*   Sat 27 October - 304 Medics

*   Sat 3 November - 305 Joint Operations

*   Sat 10 November - 306 Army Reservists

*   Sat 17 November - 307 Urban Warfare

*   Sat 24 November - The Auroras

*   Sat 1 November - Army Leadership

*   Sat 8 December - The Snowbirds

*   Sat 15 December - Canadian Manoeuvre Training Centre

*   Sat 22 December - Submarine Operations

*   Sat 29 December - Tactical & Strategic Airlift

 

* check local listings for channel and time zone specifics

** local listings are subject to change without notice to the Producer
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #59 on: September 29, 2007, 03:40:35 »
The dates don't seem to jive. I saw the artillery episode last week and the clearance divers this week. The production value is 10x better this season and worthy of being shown on any channel. They thankfully did away with the repetitive music of the previous seasons. They also use archive footage at times to give some subjects context and offer a much richer narrative overall.
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #60 on: September 29, 2007, 04:31:52 »
I watched the clearance diver episode the other day.  BZ to those guys, big time!!

I was asked to be a SME guest instructor for those guys a few months ago.  What a great bunch of guys!  It was my pleasure to do so.

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #61 on: September 29, 2007, 07:36:00 »
Thanks for the post Mich, I was looking for it.
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #62 on: September 29, 2007, 21:25:08 »
Episode 303 (NATO with HMCS Iroquois) just finished on Country Canada. Excellent show and much better production than earlier seasons. Good use of archival footage to show weapons systems, too.

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #63 on: November 18, 2008, 09:53:10 »
Sorry for reviving an old thread, it did not make sense to start a new thread. With the show heading into it's fourth season, I received an email mentioning "Citizen Sailors". The show talks about Naval Reserves and their participation in Quebec City's 400th anniversary. For those interested, it should be airing  Sunday, November 23rd at 7pm EST on OLN.
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #64 on: November 18, 2008, 10:01:18 »
Sorry for reviving an old thread, it did not make sense to start a new thread.

No need to apologize, if everyone did that it would make a lot less work for the staff.
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #65 on: November 18, 2008, 10:07:26 »
 Awesome show. I was lucky enough to be surfing through the channels after the leafs gaffed another game, and low and behold i clicked on Truth,Duty,Valour.

 It was an episode on BMQ "mud,sweat and tears" at that and was semi informative and showed me glimpses of what is in store for me should i be lucky enough to get a phone call. The show was a two parter and the channel didn't list when it was back on again, but the show mentioned tune in next week for what that's worth.

 Would be nice to catch the the entire show online if possible, not sure if they are hosted anywhere. That or get them on a DVD.(found)


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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #66 on: November 18, 2008, 10:15:00 »
I believe that OLN broadcasts the show every Sunday, timings dependent on location.
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #67 on: November 19, 2008, 14:36:18 »
I honestly think that TDV should be given a broadcast time on other stations; that way more Canadians might get a glimpse of the title on their Digital Guide or their Paper-back Guide. I would like to see more Canadians watch this show so that they can gain a better sense of who we are and what we do (being called Peacekeepers is sorta, old info; and annoying).

I just don't like that fact that a Season boxset is like $250  :(

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #68 on: February 02, 2016, 15:44:00 »
Hi there,
Thought members would like to know that we just released and uploaded all the episodes from the television series Truth Duty Valour on YouTube. The series was broadcast for four seasons and we have uploaded all 52 episodes for military and non-military viewers to enjoy. Here is the link if you wish to view: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq6tl9r8Sl8V4CflmcqELSQ
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #69 on: February 02, 2016, 15:51:29 »
Hi there,
Thought members would like to know that we just released and uploaded all the episodes from the television series Truth Duty Valour on YouTube. The series was broadcast for four seasons and we have uploaded all 52 episodes for military and non-military viewers to enjoy. Here is the link if you wish to view: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq6tl9r8Sl8V4CflmcqELSQ
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #70 on: February 02, 2016, 16:23:25 »
Thanks for the link.

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #72 on: August 19, 2018, 08:40:56 »
tomahawk6,

Thank you for digging the series up again.

Here is an interview Army.ca did with Colin McKeown, Producer of Truth Duty Valour
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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #73 on: August 19, 2018, 09:42:52 »
I have found the part dealing with basic training very interesting.I am still going over the rest of the series but I found it well done. Recruit training included learning how to cross a body of water with your gear. Very good training.

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Re: Truth Duty Valour
« Reply #74 on: August 20, 2018, 09:54:02 »
Check out season 1, episode 10.  Best episode ever.  ;D
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