Ex-Cadets and More in the News

Copies of “The Stone Frigate” by 14390 Kate Armstrong will be available in the RMC Club Gift Shop as of Wednesday, March 20, 2019.

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Canada grounds Boeing 737 Max 8, bans jet from airspace following fatal crash

8276 Marc Garneau

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High-tech U.S. navy ship at CFB Esquimalt for first foreign visit

17793 Bob Auchterlonie

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Snelling Rink triumphs at annual bonspiel

17793 Bob Auchterlonie

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Conservatives question politics behind veterans job placement contract

19894 Erin O’Toole

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Canada needs a public inquiry into its treatment of veterans

15488 Sean Bruyea

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“LGBT Purge” Class Action Settlement: Who is eligible for compensation?

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The sky’s the limit for the determined

23446 Vanessa Fulford

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A Daring Summit

23140 Chris Dare

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HMC Ships Kingston and Shawinigan deploy to Op PROJECTION West Africa

23677 Teri Share

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COTF banner for two seasons presented to HMCS Halifax

23130 Nick Buxton

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Spirit of Ostra Brama Repatriated to Poland

18303 Eric Charron / 16165 Sean Boyle

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Air Force focuses on pilot retention

15706 Paul Wynnyk / 14240 Pat Finn

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RCAF may not need seven of the 25 used Australian F-18s, says defence procurement chief

14240 Pat Finn

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Navy deep-sixed Conservative plan to name naval vessels after War of 1812 battles

15696 Jonathan Vance

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Outnumbered and often outranked: Women who serve

20850 Peter Sproule

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17468 Sharon Hartung (RRMC/RMC 1990) on the Internet Turning 30

The World Wide Web turns 30 – where were you when it all started in 1989? This takes me back to 4th year engineering at Canada’s Royal Military College, dreaming of being posted to the RCAF fighter jet (CF-18) software engineering squadron. I am proud and honored to have started my military career with this wonderful group of ‘buds’. Leadership starts with your peers and I truly felt supported, challenged and encouraged by this accomplished set of individuals. There are many that still serve in senior roles in the Canadian Forces and a number that have gone on to chart new frontiers in the public and private sector. Seeing what you continue to accomplish around the world is inspiring! I also salute some of our fallen and injured classmates who will always have a special place in my heart on Remembrance Day. Here’s a shout-out to the class of Royal Roads/RMC/CMR 1990, the serving men and women who started their careers alongside the World Wide Web, but who are also probably really thankful there isn’t social media evidence of some of our shenanigans! ;) In closing, I hope I can serve my new appointment to the RMC Board of Governors with the same energy and contribution that you have all shown in your respective leadership roles over the years. #web30 #RMC #CMR #Throwback30 #TBT