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IN THIS ISSUE – 7

IN THIS ISSUE – 7 – Table of Contents

Ex Cadets and more in the news…

Keeping Tabs

Class of ’65 grad authors biography chronicling his journey from growing up in Cape Breton to serving as a Military Attaché in Tokyo

Golden Oldies

Looking back 65 years with 3959 Phil Smith

Reading Week: What is all the hype about?

Experiences in the Reserves have nicely prepared this Squad. Com. for the challenges at RMC

Ambitious plans for the RMC Combat Weapons Team

Dr. Darrell Menard, answers the question: Can Osteoarthritis run in the family? Plus sports scoreboard

RMC, Professional Development Briefs

BLIZZARD NORDIQUE 2018: eau glacée et maîtrise de soi

WHEN WAS THE SURGEON’S QUARTERS/COMMANDANT’S RESIDENCE BUILT?

A History of La Chasse-Galerie – Part 7

Leaders must know the “real” requirements and stand up for them

Deaths

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES – Nos offres d’emploi

Archives – Here

 

                     Early Feb 2018 scene on the peninsula:
Photo by Louis Saulnier

Keeping Tabs

Keeping Tabs… 25888 Joseph Martin – Naval Warfare Officer 8063 Dave Neely – Professional Training and Development Consultant 24000 Cherilyn Dignan – Masters Environmental Applied Science Candidate – Sustainable Systems 22130 Rob Waller – Project Close-out Lead at PMO HCM/FELEX 21069 Karyne Framand – Australian Defence Force 18803 Michael Black – CMA Commercial Product Planner at Bridgestone Europe 23913 Martin Douglas –…

Class of ’65 grad authors biography chronicling his journey from growing up in Cape Breton to serving as a Military Attaché in Tokyo

Cape Bretoner at Large From New Waterford to Tokyo & Beyond By 6606 Roger Chiasson (Class of ’65) Although this book, written for his grandchildren, is one man’s chronicle of his life and his 38 year career in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Cold War, it is also a compelling story about pride in…

Experiences in the Reserves have nicely prepared this Squad. Com. for the challenges at RMC

Captain Heather Pay – 6 Squadron Commander Experiences in the Reserves have nicely prepared this Squad. Com. for the challenges at RMC Article by: 28057 OCdt (II) Colin Bond Leadership is a key component at RMC and the best source of leadership comes from the Squadron Commander (Squad Com). Squad Coms are officers taken from…

Dr. Darrell Menard, answers the question: Can Osteoarthritis run in the family? Plus sports scoreboard

Can Osteoarthritis run in the family? Q:  My mother was diagnosed with osteoarthritis in both her knees when she was 48 and had both her knees replaced before she was 60.  My older brother was just told he has osteoarthritis in his right knee.  I have been very active throughout my life and while my…

BLIZZARD NORDIQUE 2018: eau glacée et maîtrise de soi

BLIZZARD NORDIQUE 2018: eau glacée et maîtrise de soi par Jacques N. Godbout Les élèves-officiers du Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean ont eu droit à une baignade dans l’eau glacée lors de l’exercice BLIZZARD NORDIQUE 2018 qui s’est déroulé le week-end dernier au Lac Hayes dans les secteurs d’entraînement de la base de Valcartier, par…

WHEN WAS THE SURGEON’S QUARTERS/COMMANDANT’S RESIDENCE BUILT?.

A Curious and Complicated Question: How old is the Commandant’s Residence? and other surprises PART THREE (Final part of a 3 part series)   WHEN WAS THE SURGEON’S QUARTERS/COMMANDANT’S RESIDENCE BUILT? Historians had felt that the Surgeon’s Quarters was likely built by Commodore Robert Barrie in the early 1820s, about the same time as the…

Deaths

Feature photo by: Liam Norris   RCNC 185 Michael Arthur Martin MARTIN, Michael Arthur Rear-Admiral RCN (Ret’d) Rear-Admiral Michael Martin (Ret’d) RCN, CF passed away peacefully in Victoria, at the age of 90, on 27 January, 2018. Born 25 July, 1927 in Calgary, AB, son of the late Capt. Arthur Martin and Gwendoline Martin (nee…