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In This Issue 38

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In This Issue 38

1. Ex-Cadets and More in the News

2. “Proudest moments of our lives” as the Class of 2022 Reflects

3. RWE2018 Through the Eyes of a Second Year

4. Ex-Cadet Reflects on Reunion Weekend 2018

5. Keeping Tabs

6. Golden Oldies

7. What else is happening on the peninsula 

8.Cadet Competes in Ironman and Other Sports NewsCadet Competes in Ironman Competition and Nominations Now Open for 2019 RMC Athletics Wall of Distinction

9. Dr. B Asks, “What are you reading?”

10. The Deep Breath Before the Plunge

11. “H-E-L-P” is A Useful Acronym for RMC Cadets

12. 10420 Charles Kaszap: “I would do it all over again!”

13. 25419 Melissa McCoy: “It was super rewarding to see how well the Logistics branch did”

14. Company A’s Spin Up for Air Cavalry Combat Brigade Test II

15. Skylarks as Old as the College – Still a Highlight for Cadets & Lookin’ Back at 1984

16. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES – Nos offres d’emploi

17. Archives – Here

“Proudest moments of our lives” as the Class of 2022 Reflects

The First Years Look Back on FYOP and Reunion Weekend *Editor’s Note: The remaining First Year flights were unavailable for comment at press time. We will add them in as they become available.  Articles coordinated by: 27340 OCdt (IV) Léonard Legault Cadet Wing Internal Information Officer (CWIIO) Looking back on the past three and a…

Keeping Tabs

23573 Jessy Brown – Store Manager 17287 Barbara Allen – Senior Lecturer at School of Government Victoria University 22471 Shannon Goudie – Health Care Admin at Department of National Defence 13252 Pat McAdam – Military Consultant 18401 Celine Razeau – Physiotherapist and co-owner at Back in Motion Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre 20468 Jason Furlong – Operations Officer, VX-1, US Navy 24010 Breanne Gibson – Nutritionist, Educator, Regenerative Lifestyle…

Cadet Competes in Ironman Competition and Nominations Now Open for 2019 RMC Athletics Wall of Distinction

RMC Cadet competes in Ironman competition designed by US Navy SEALs 27734 NCdt Xuzhou Lin competed in Ironman 70.3 Superfrog in Imperial Beach, California, in San Diego County on Sept 16, 2018. NCdt Lin finished 284th overall out of over 1000 participants, and 19th in his age category, with a total time of 5:54:01. This…

10420 Charles Kaszap: “I would do it all over again!”

“Events outside of the college impacted us in interesting ways” Article by 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt 10420 Charles Kaszap (CMR/RMC 1975) recalls being a very quick sell on the idea of attending military college. He said, “We were seven children at home and my parents had stated they would support us through high school only because…

25419 Melissa McCoy: “It was super rewarding to see how well the Logistics branch did”

“My colleagues from the College are my most valued resources” Article by 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt  25419 Melisssa McCoy (RMC 2012) is still in the CF a decade after she joined and still working as an Air Log Officer. “I have just recently returned from a year in Egypt working as the Task Force Adjutant and…

Skylarks as Old as the College – Still a Highlight for Cadets & Lookin’ Back at 1984

Skylarks as Old as the College – Still a Highlight for Cadets Article by 27476 Danielle Fielding Living in a military environment can be stressful. Going to university can be equally as stressful. Combine the two environments and you’ve got RMC. The college can be considered very tough, with a focus on teamwork, leadership and…