Golden Oldies

RMC 1964

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CMR 1995

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RMC 1959

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RRMC 1995

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RMC 1950

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RMC 1980

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RMC 1979

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RMC 2007

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RMC 1978

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RMC 1975

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RMC 1992

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RMC 1984

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RMC 1995

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RMC 1989

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RRMC 1992

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RMC 1970

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RMC 1966

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CMRSJ 2010

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RMC 1959 – best guess

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RMC 2000

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RMC 1980

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RRMC 1965

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RMC 1996

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RMC 1972

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RRMC 1982

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CMR 1972

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RMC 1954

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RMC 1987

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RMC 1970

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CMR 1968

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RMC 1981

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RMC 1972

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RMC 1964

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13 Comments

  • 8198 Rick Wright

    November 26, 2018 at 11:50 am

    Good to see a photo of the late 8544 John A. Macdonald in RMC Hockey colours! He and I, along with 8552 Doug Moreside and 8474 Gerry Walsh, played hockey together in Camp Valcartier as teenagers in the early-mid 60s and on QHS and St Patrick’s High Schools’ hockey teams. John A, Doug and I played together at Royal Roads in 66/67. Great times and great memories!

  • W 5280 Gail Money

    November 26, 2018 at 12:15 pm

    May I ask you to check the date of the G. General reviewing troops at the Royal Winter Fair. I believe those cadets closest to the camera were of the class of 1961.

  • Andrew Robb

    November 26, 2018 at 1:21 pm

    Regarding the photo of the inspection at the Royal Winter Fair, Gail Money is correct. The photo was probably taken in November 1959. Bruce Morris is the CWC and the Commandant, partially obscured, is Commodore Piers.

  • Robert Kompf

    November 27, 2018 at 12:25 am

    Scarf of Honour.
    7552 Pte Richard Thompson was a Medical Student, born in Cork, Ireland, when he enlisted in Ottawa. He was invalided to England. Later he was a Lieutenant in the South African Constabulary and still later was with De Beers.
    It is not known, but unlikely, that he returned to Canada. So the Scarf could be with his family in the Cork area OR somewhere along his path in Africa. OR GONE.
    See 30 folios at . Some names: Otter, Neville Chamberlain.

    Bob
    4588

  • 4110 T. K. Morton

    November 27, 2018 at 3:35 am

    I am sure most readers have noticed that the picture of Eric Kay accepting an award in 1978 is printed backwards. Pillbox on wrong side of head, shaking hands with left hand, sash over wrong shoulder!