In This Issue 29

The Dog Days of Summer Settle in on the Peninsula

As the hot, sticky weather settled in at RMCC, staff and faculty members took leave, and Cadets dreamed of doing the same, 25366 Mike Shewfelt got out and about to record some of the sights of summer around the campus.

In This Issue 29:

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  • Class Notes

  • Ex-cadets lead the way as CISM (M) volleyball team captures silver in Holland

  • Ottawa Branch Golf Tournament – Two Perspectives

  • What are these 24 up to these days…?

  • Commandant and the Vancouver Branch

  • PERSONAL ACCOUNTS SOUGHT AFGHANISTAN / TÉMOIGNAGES PERSONNELS RECHERCHÉS

  • The Way It Was…In Photos

  • New Officer Cadets Receive Warm Welcome into the C. F.

  • An Athlete’s Perspective: The College Varsity Program

  • As I See It: Summer on the Peninsula

  • Careers | Carrières

  • US Marine Opinion: Get Over It! We Are Not All Created Equal

  • We get emails

  • Flashback: Sir Arthur Currie and RMC, Part 2

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