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In This Issue 28

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In this Issue 28:

Table of Contents:

1. Ex Cadets and more in the news
2. A Familiar Face Returns to e-Veritas
3. Just published – North American Strategic Defence in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World
4. Golden Oldies
5. What was happening at RMC in 1942 nearly 3 years after the outbreak of the Second World War?
6. RSM Coggins’ Farewell to the Cadet Wing & Remembering Sergeant Major J.E. Coggins
7. 3173 John Stewart: Remembering the trials & tribulations on the arrival of the first 32
8. Keeping Tabs
9. Liam Osbak straight from the heart on the differences between CMRSJ & RMC
10. Chris Hadfield, 27419 OCdt Timothy Robichaud and the ‘five spot’
11. Innovative & clever way to mix two of the pillars
12. Officer Cadet Owen competes on the world stage
13. Kingstonian experiences view of downtown & much more on her first visit to the peninsula
14. The S-3 who lived up to the legend
15. Deaths
16. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES – Nos offres d’emploi
17. Archives – Here

18. Royal Roads hosting reunion 7-9 September

Note: Last week, we experienced a clerical error;
some readers were unable to access the Deaths post. We apologize for the inconvenience

Just published – North American Strategic Defence in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World –

North American Strategic Defence in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World.  Just published and edited by Class of 1965 Professor in Leadership Christian Leuprecht, Professor and former RMC Principal Joel Sokolsky, and Queen’s University graduate student Thomas Hughes, this is mentioned in this week’s edition of Maclean’s magazine and was featured…

RSM Coggins’ Farewell to the Cadet Wing & Remembering Sergeant Major J.E. Coggins

Excerpt from ‘The Marker , 13 May 1958 edition’ – Editor 4860 A.J.G.D. de Chastelain Remembering Sergeant Major J.E. Coggins, MBE,CD – Born 16 April 1904 – Article “R.S.M. Coggins charged me today for not marching properly on Princess Street.” – Article Coggins asked us, “What would you do if you were swimming under water…

Keeping Tabs

25953 Iain Wilson – Royal Canadian Air Force Pilot 23583 Melanie Cusson – Customer Service Representative at TruckRight 13594 Pierre Blais – Air Navigator at Department of National Defence (Retired) 24424 Brendan Kilburn – Program Manager at Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care 20938 Leslie Hacault – Sales Representative at Sutton Group Masters Realty Inc. 15453 Michael Smith – Senior…

Innovative & clever way to mix two of the pillars

SLT barslate thinking smart outside the box Article by: 27476 OCdt Danielle Fielding After the Chinese invented black powder during the 9th century, these inventions were spread throughout the world and the way wars were fought changed forever: firearms. Armed Forces have been training with firearms ever since. The Canadian military trains on an assortment…

Kingstonian experiences view of downtown & much more on her first visit to the peninsula

Visitor reminds us that the peninsula is pretty special Article by: 27476 OCdt Danielle Fielding Kingston, ON is a city full of history and stories. This beautiful city was strategically located at the head of the St. Lawrence River and at the mouth of the Cataraqui River, “Cataraqui” being Kingston’s original name. It has been…