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Hi Bill: As you probably know, I am presently in Kandahar and I will be here until mid-Nov. My wife tells me that you email everitas to our home (as you have always done). While I am here, could you sent it to the above address instead?

All is well with me here although it is starting to be quite warm (55 degree C around noon) and we are quite busy. Managing my little gang of 289 people in this environment is a challenge at time. But this is why I came here and I am enjoying the work.

Take care,

7897 Gilles Langlois (CMR RMC 1969)

CANCAP Deployed Project Manager

SNC-Lavalin PAE Inc.

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Greetings from Kandahar,

Enjoyed reading your latest issue as a means of occupying my evenings. Not much for social life here. Always enjoy seeing news relating to RMC.

13139 Mitch MacLeod (RMC 1981)

3 Comments

  • Ron Capern

    June 22, 2009 at 2:38 pm

    Your issues of e-Veritas are much appreciated here in the Andes mountains of Ecuador. It is great to read of activities of other Ex-Cadets, and to read of what is happening at RMC.

    Thanks for all your efforts in producing this e-zine, and keep up the good work.

    Yours aye, Ron

  • 5196 rob martin

    August 29, 2009 at 10:23 am

    Since, in the past, many ex-cadets received british honours and awards, it would be desirable to attempt to be accurate about them. A person who was knighted received a “knighthood”, NOT a “knightship”. There is not, and never was, an honour called “Commander of the British Empire”. It was “Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire”. I doubt very much that any ex-cadet ever received the Distinguished Conduct Medal. This decoration was awarded to other ranks and not to officers. The errors adverted to all appeared in the issue dated 24 August 2009.

    regards,

    5196