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Deaths | Décès

Dr. Martin Edwards – Dr. Edwards passed away 16 Feb 12 from complications due to his illness. Few details are known at the moment, but he was birding in Brazil at the time with his family. Dr. Edwards spent more than 41 years in RMC’s Physics Department, as professor, Acting Department Head, Department Head, and following his retirement in 1995,…

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In This Issue 9

Veritas should be in mailboxes in a few weeks. Don’t be disappointed, if you have not already done so – please update your Club membership. rmcclub@rmc.ca 1-888 – 386-3762 La plus récente édition de Veritas devrait être à la poste dans quelques semaines. Ne soyez pas déçus, si ce n’est pas déjà fait, veuillez mettre à jour vos coordonnées au…

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Ex-Cadets and more in the News…

Ex cadet Competing at the International Level   17383 Lucy Cerantola (RMC 1990) (nee Rourke) has a big date coming up 2-3 March in Columbus, Ohio where she will be competing in the Arnold Sports Festival. Yes, that Arnold! http://www.arnoldsportsfestival.com/ The former RMC Cadet Wing Sports & Recreation Officer has the support of a number of friends and, of course,…

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Spotlight on Professors: Dr. Nicholas Vlachopoulos

Dr. Nicholas Vlachopoulos – The Life Lessons Start Here… Article by 24992 OCdt (IV) Eric Robb Dr. Vlachopoulos (19930), or Dr “V’ (or formally, Major “V”) as we commonly refer to him, has really made an impact on our Civil Engineering Degree program. By ‘setting the tone’ as we began our real civil engineering degrees at the end of second…

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Extraordinary Ex-Cadets: Dick Mohns, Class of ’75

Dick Mohns Credits His Success to the Friendships Forged at RMC Article by 25366 NCdt (IV) Mike Shewfelt 10601 Richard (Dick) Mohns graduated in 1975 after four years at RMC, Kingston. His original intent was to complete his four year commitment and leave the military for a civilian industry career; however, as he says, “I grew to love what I…

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The Alpha and Omega of a Military Career

The Alpha and Omega of a Military Career A remembrance of Major-General (retired) Donald Gray in the twenty-fifth year of his retirement from the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Forces in 1987 while wintering in Florida in 2012. This vignette is a tiny part of his memoirs which may some day appear in print.  – 3667 RRMC-RMC 1952-1956, B.Sc…

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Victoria Edwards, In Conversation: E3096 LCol Dan Drew, “not your typical RMC graduate”

“I am not the typical RMC graduate – having said that I am grateful for the opportunity to complete my degree and for the advanced educational opportunities that are made available for members of the CF.” – LCol Dan Drew E3161 Victoria Edwards (RMC 2003) interviewed E3096 LCol Daniel Drew OMM, CD (RMC 2004), who assumed Command of Canadian Forces…

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Do You Know These 3?

A) Who Is She?   Her birthday falls on Halloween; Graduate of Bayridge Secondary School,  Kingston ON; Entered military college at Royal Roads; studied and completed Chemical and Materials Engineering at Royal Military College of Canada; Varsity cross country runner; Big fan of Dallas Cowboys & Johnny Cash music; Started civilian career as an open-hole Wireline Field Engineer; Moved on…

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CMRSJ Mali / RMCSJ & Mali Visit

Une délégation du CMR Saint-Jean à l’École militaire interarmes (ÉMIA) du Mali et à l’École nationale des officiers (ÉNO) du Bénin / A delegation from RMC St-Jean visited the École militaire interarmes (EMIA), Mali and Ecole nationale des officiers (ENO), Benin – an article du professeur Danic Parenteau 20657 Séjour au Mali : 30 janvier au 3 février 2012 /…

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Qu’est-ce qui se passe au CMR Saint-Jean

Une équipe de CMR Saint-Jean au Défi Pierre Boivin Un article des Élève-officiers Switzer et Brière Le 3 février dernier, s’est déroulé à Montréal, au Parc Maisonneuve, une épreuve sportive annuelle à but caritatif : le défi Pierre Boivin de l’Hôpital Sainte-Justine. Le Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean (CMR Saint-Jean), appuyé par le Corporation du Fort Saint-Jean, a envoyé une équipe à…

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The Week That Was…

Not Everyone Went to Cuba… Article and Photos by 25366 NCdt (IV) Mike Shewfelt …some stayed on the peninsula to learn French. Thirty-four 4th Year officer cadets voluntarily gave up their week of vacation in an attempt to improve their bilingualism profile. Bilingualism is one of the four components of the RMC program and success in that pillar is a…

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Sandhurst Team Off to a Good Start

2012 Sandhurst Team Well On Their Way Article by 25720 OCdt (III) Cindy LaVine After a grueling one week selection process that lasted from the 16th to the 22nd of January, the 2012 Sandhurst team was announced. The team then began an intense training routine. While the members’ physical limits were being pushed daily through an intensive physical regime, their…

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Kilimanjaro Expedition Dispatch: Days 9,10, & 11

The following journal entries are apart of a series which will offer day-to-day accounts of the RMCC Expedition Club’s recent 2011/12 Kilimanjaro Expedition to East Africa. Click here to read the full expedition article. Day Nine 08 January 2012 25752 OCdt (III) Christopher Lane After two days of much-needed relaxation following the Expedition’s summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the group was…

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Victoria Edwards, In Conversation: MWO Chris Embree, RMC Band Officer

E3161 Victoria Edwards (RMC 2003) interviewed MWO Chis Embree, RMC band officer, who replaced MWO Martin Huppé on October 23rd, 2011. e-veritas: What instruments do you play? MWO Chris Embree: Like MWO Martin Huppé, my primary instrument is the saxophone. I also play clarinet and flute. I also consider myself a closet percussionist. As a military musician at RMC, it…