Ex Cadets in the News / Legacy Dinner & Silent Auction Update

Last chance to see Spitfire for some time

They looked at their options – the best of which came from a charitable organization called Vintage Wings of Canada, started by private businessman Michael Potter.

6757 Mike Potter (CMR RMC ) 1966

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Help from Herc

“It’s great because we get on-the-job training to get the skills to do the job,”

22720 John Coffin (RMC 2003)

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Ex crowds look up in wonder

“You’re just there, through the footless halls of air, as the poem says, effortlessly moving through the atmosphere,”

13738 Chris Hadfield (RRMC RMC 1982)

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A rare opportunity for naval gazing

“Even though we have the longest coastline in the world and we have a three-ocean estate, the population centre of gravity in this country is in a place where the navy isn’t visible,”…

12444 Paul Maddison (CMR 1980)

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Air Force flies in Baffin Island region as part of Op Nanook

20004 Kurtis Stushnoff (CMR RMC 1996)

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Top general presents wings

12320 Walter Natynczyk (RRMC CMR 1979)

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True north strong and clean

10672 Dave Eagles(RRMC RMC 1975)

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Billy Bishop’s son on board with airport renaming

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A Season to Be Remembered

“The old adage that truth — reality, I suppose — is stranger than fiction is evident when, after sticking my chest out, I boast that our 1951 KCVI senior football team had a real undefeated season without surrendering a single point. Yes, we did.”

– 3667 Don Gray (RRMC RMC 1956)

Don and his wife were featured previously in eVeritas in the story: KGH and RMC – A Love Story

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Durham Eclipse part of German basketball exchange

21295 Brad Schur (RMC 1998) – 21295 Brad Schur (RMC 1998)

Royal Military College Women’s Varsity head coach Brad Schur coordinated an intense five-day skills development camp in Kingston during the first week of the exchange.

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