Ex-Cadets and more in the news

Ex-Cadets and more in the news

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Extensive training leads to fighter pilot designation

25442 Jason Berndt

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Armstrong: Let pot producers brand and market their legal weed

15083 Michael J. Armstrong

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8276 Marc Garneau Hits Bloc MP With Baby Powder Joke

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Bright future for Garrison Petawawa

20184 Louis Lapointe / 20294 Fraser Auld

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The 65th anniversary of the Imjin Classic hockey game / Le 65e anniversaire du match de hockey Imjin Classic

20175  Steve Jourdain

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Canadian flag set to fly over HMS Belfast in London / Le drapeau canadien sera hissé au mât du HMS Belfast à Londres

G3235 Maurice AuCoin

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Deux officiers de la Marine royale canadienne parmi les 100 femmes les plus influentes au Canada

21845 Kelly Williamson

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Canadian Forces officer named one of Canada’s 100 most powerful women

21845 Kelly Williamson

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HMCS Winnipeg supports UN conference

24014 Calley Gray

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Member of 8 Wing selected to aid defence minister

26288 Sarabjot Anand

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Canadian submariner ‘really feels for’ Argentines lost on sub in South Atlantic

19755 Chris Saunders

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The REAL threat from North Korea: Why cyber attacks are Kim’s PERFECT WEAPON

Christian Leuprecht, a professor at RMC

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Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame to induct 3528 Paul Manson Class of 1956) and three others in 2018

Members of Canada’s Aviation are selected for their contributions to Canada’s development through their integral roles in the nation’s aviation history. The inductees in 2018 will join the ranks of the 228 esteemed men and women inducted since the Hall’s formation in 1973, bringing to 232 the total number of individual Members of the Hall.

“In 2018 we will again be honouring four Canadians for their outstanding places in Canadian aviation,” says Hall of Fame board chairman, Rod Sheridan. “Their careers over several decades span a wide breadth of both military and civilian aviation. They have contributed to the building of airlines and aviation organizations, leadership in the air force, management of industry, development of aviation systems and establishment of air rescue services.”