Family Has Been Informed - Letters From The Heart, The [Radio Scotland]

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In May this year, JJ Chalmers, serving in Helmand Province, almost died in an IED attack. While doctors worked to bring him back from the brink, his father, the Rev John Chalmers, emailed bulletins to friends. As the two-minute silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

20111111

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In May this year, JJ Chalmers, serving in Helmand Province, almost died in an IED attack.

While doctors worked to bring him back from the brink, his father, the Rev John Chalmers, emailed bulletins to friends.

As the two-minute silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

20111111

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In May this year, JJ Chalmers, serving in Helmand Province, almost died in an IED attack.

While doctors worked to bring him back from the brink, his father, the Rev John Chalmers, emailed bulletins to friends.

As the two-minute silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

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In May this year, JJ Chalmers, serving in Helmand Province, almost died in an IED attack. While doctors worked to bring him back from the brink, his father, the Rev John Chalmers, emailed bulletins to friends. As the two-minute silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

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In May this year, JJ Chalmers, serving in Helmand Province, almost died in an IED attack.

While doctors worked to bring him back from the brink, his father, the Rev John Chalmers, emailed bulletins to friends.

As the two-minute silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

02 LAST20111113

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In May this year, JJ Chalmers, serving in Helmand Province, almost died in an IED attack.

While doctors worked to bring him back from the brink, his father, the Rev John Chalmers, emailed bulletins to friends.

As the two-minute silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.

As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.