Golden Oldies

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RMC 1952

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Back Row: Peter McPherson; Asst Mgr, Mel Spotswood, Ed Fairbairn, Don McClennan, 1 XXXXX, Roger McGregor, Bill Lewis, 2 XXXXX, Lynn Caple, 3 XXXXX, Jim Thompson, John Bailer; Mgr.
Front Row: 4 XXXXX, Ken Summers, Ric Potter, Dr John Rutherford; Staff Rep, Sgt Bruce Porter; Coach, Barry Struthers, 5 XXXXX.
RMC 1965

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RRMC 1971

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RMC 1969

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CMR 1995

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RMC 1953

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RMC 1980

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RMC 1996

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RMC 1973

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RMC 1984

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RMC 1992

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RMC 1964

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RMC 2003

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RRMC 1956

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RMC 1996

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RMC 1991

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CMR 1969

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RMC 1976

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RMC 2000

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RMC 1981

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RMC 1969

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RMC 1958

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RMC 2001

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RRMC 1986

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CMRSJ 2012

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RMC 1974

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RMC 2000

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RMC 1994

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RMC 1984

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RRMC 1977

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RMC 1999

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RMC 1989

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RMC 1987

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5 Comments

  • Chris (Ernie) Chance

    November 13, 2018 at 11:24 am

    Ever so slight a correction on the RRMC 71 picture of two cadets, one slithering under a fence while the other one is holding it up to help the other (me) get under it. Mike Moore and I were in Fraser Flight in 1970, and this is our training prior to going up to Duncan, BC to “scale” Mt. Prevost as the end of our Recruit Term training. This was also before meeting the “dreaded” Seniors who were going to meet us, having completed their own summer training at Chilliwack. Thanks for helping to bring back memories

  • Dave Wightman (3334)

    November 13, 2018 at 4:37 pm

    The untitled picture at the beginning of this page is the RMC 1954 Graduation class being led off the parade square by CWC Alick Marshall who, as mentioned in the RRMC 1956 photo, was killed in a flying accident 6 weeks later. He would have been a remarkable leader.

  • Mike Kennedy #12570

    November 13, 2018 at 6:43 pm

    Marc Walton later became CSL of 3 Sqn in 1976-77 and Grant Turnbull was a CFL in the same squadron. Walton was a purebred who was a basketball player, and a mechanical engineer who was AERE. Turnbull was a Roadant who I believe was in civil engineering, and was commissioned in MILE.