Curtis Maynard – Photo of the Week
A tip of the hat to the following members who just recently updated their Club membership status: Chapeau aux membres suivants qui ont tout récemment mis à jour leur adhésion au Club: 2716 James E Wilkin; 2932 Gary Hammond; 3024 Peter S Chisholm; 3559 Richard M Girling; 3659 Murray C Stewart; 4161 George A Viner; 4987 David Lee; 5471 John J Coderre; 5947 Mike Siska;6137 Wynand van der Schee;
6216 William J Anderson; 6307 Graydon Sangster; 6589 Thomas A Bailey; 8061 J Robert Morton; 8789 Don Bosworth; 25549 Christopher William Pratt; B0090 Gary Graham.
In This Issue 11:
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CANADA’S LEGACY IN AFGHANISTAN: THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES NARRATIVE
Direct From Panet House
Who Are They?
“Showcase of Capabilities” Concert in Scarlets Highlights What Cadets are Capable of
The Week That Was at RMCC…
College Holds Unique Workshop on the Challenges of Security in an Open Society
Training for the “M”
Q&A: Bill Oliver & Joanne Hudson, Head Athletic Therapist @ RMCC
Careers / Carrières
“And then it was there, the shadow in his heart,
the anxiety now turned to horror, full and terrifying…”
The Reality of Battle – The Italian Campaign – 2761 Colonel Syd Frost
“Tonight Moon, Stinky, McGook, Willy and I formed a club.”
Deaths | Décès
Juno Beach Centre Association Notice:
In honour of the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings, the Juno Beach Centre Association is paying tribute to the Canadians who lost their lives on June 6, 1944.
RMC Club (Hamilton Branch) CELEBRATES THE ANNIVERSARY OF
THE BATTLE OF LUNDY’s LANE JULY 25
Dr David Baird Book – Physics at RMC, The First 125 Years. (1876 to 2001)
“The capacity of Soldiers for absorbing punishment and enduring privations is almost inexhaustible so long as they believe they are getting a square deal, that their commanders are looking out for them, and that their own accomplishments are understood and appreciated.”
GEN Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1944
“The Sergeant is the Army.”