Remembering Six Nations men and women in service

Ed NOTE: Six Nations councillor Helen Miller, a former journalist provided an article she wrote on local people in the armed forces when she worked as a reporter. We share it with you. By Helen Miller Writer In 1991 several Six Nations reserve men and women were halfway around the world waiting for the hope of a peaceful solution in the Persian Gulf. The mood was tense and bleak on the reserve while family was hoping and praying. Twelve natives from a New York state reserve were stationed in the Persian Gulf. Two brothers Sgt. Mark Maracle Jr. and C.B. Gregory were among those stationed overseas. Mark Jr. Maracle, 1st Division, mines engineer was stationed in Kuwait. Susan, a mother who had two sons in the U.S. navy talked about…

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