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  • Cadet curlers learn a lot more than curling from 7301 Earle Morris

  • Alaska Communications, Nimble Provide Data Storage for Alaska Businesses

  • Rotary club honours community leaders

  • RCAF Leather Jacket for RMC Cadet

  • War Art: Bringing PTSD into the picture

  • Air Force Academy Address Will Be One of 3 Obama Graduation Speeches

  • Mabus Says Marine Boot Camp Will Stay Gender-Segregated — for Now

  • Crown Prince represents HM Queen Elizabeth II at RMAS Sovereign Parade

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Cadet curlers learn a lot more than curling from 7301 Earle Morris

Article by: 27707 (I) Drew Spinney

On Tuesday April 12, members of the RMC curling team, PSP staff, RMC Club staff members, and 13261 Larry Paziuk (Class of ’81) – special assistant to the Principal had the opportunity to meet and listen to a highly motivational talk by Canadian curling icon Earle Morris.

The class of1967 graduate took time out from his busy schedule on the professional speaking circuit to meet up with the RMCC curlers.

Earle has had a very successful curling career, both as a competitor & coach – he competed at the Brier, three times representing Ontario, Manitoba and Quebec. As a coach he has represented Canada at five different world championships.

The former Physical Education & Recreation Officer (PERO) and CMR, Director of Athletics (late 1970s to early 1980s) had lunch with the group at the Cadet Dining Hall. His highly entertaining and inspirational talk combined with a healthy dose of questions and answers was well received by all in attendance.

Mr. Morris spoke to the group about his past mostly growing up in Saskatchewan and his path to attending RMC. It was evident to all who attended the luncheon that he is passionate about RMC and curling.

The recently inductee to the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame talked about all the leadership skills that he gained from attending RMC and how they have helped him throughout his life. He explained that you should always dream big in life in order to achieve and experience as much as you can.

The proud father of three and four-time grandfather also advised the cadets – to always work to be the best you can be in whatever career you choose. His wisdom and advice was great for the cadets to hear, especially during a busier time in the semester with exams coming up soon.

Meeting Earle Morris was a great privilege, and the curling team is very thankful to him for taking the time to visit RMC.

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Alaska Communications, Nimble Provide Data Storage for Alaska Businesses

20831 Chris Reaburn

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Rotary club honours community leaders

S150 Peter N Dawe

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RCAF Leather Jacket for RMC Cadet

During the Royal Military College’s (RMC) visit to Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Trenton on 2 April, 2016, Lieutenant-General Michael Hood, Commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force, presented the leading candidate, 26705 OCdt Cassidy Chang, with a new Royal Canadian Air Force leather bomber jacket in acknowledgement of her outstanding academic achievements.

Over 300 cadets from RMCC took part in familiarization flights and static displays of various aircrafts at CFB Trenton.

The displays and briefings from the leading elements of the Canadian Armed Forces gave the cadets a rare opportunity to see which directions their careers could go.

Image by: Corporal Dan Strohan, 8 Wing Imaging

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Mabus Says Marine Boot Camp Will Stay Gender-Segregated — for Now

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Crown Prince represents HM Queen Elizabeth II at RMAS Sovereign Parade

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