Camouflage tablecloths and army recruitment posters decorated the Governor's Room in the Liberty Grand.
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The Maisies, a group who performs in the style of the Andrews Sister, were part of the evening's entertainment.
Four pipers from the 48th Highlanders played while guests of the Canadian Forces entered the gala.
The courtyard had a patriotic red-and-white decor scheme.
An army tank and reconnaissance vehicle surrounded the red carpet where guests entered the gala.
Guests of the Canadian Forces were escorted out of a light armoured vehicle into the gala.
Green camouflage nets and shrubs served as a backdrop for several of the food stations.
The tables in the Artifacts Room were modeled after an army mess hall.
A selection of pies and tarts were among the large number of dessert offerings.
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