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More than 17,000 Canadian airmen were killed during the Second World War, including a Moose Javian who received the fifth-highest military medal for his actions against the enemy. Flying Officer Vernon John (Bud) Bouchard was born in 1919 to Louis and Myrtle Bouchard of Moose Jaw and eventually joined the Royal Canadian Air Force, where he served overseas as a pilot.

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