In This Issue 39

Flickr link which takes you to all our e-Veritas albums. HERE

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHERS:

Melanie Hughes, James Howells, Blake Simpson, Erik St Gelais; and Denice Zoretich

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“To the class of 2019, our newest entrants as official members of the cadet wing of the Royal Military College of Canada, you have now overcome the final challenges, that First Year Orientation Program has set before you.”

BGen Sean Friday – RMCC Commandant

“In many ways it’s a rite of passage, during which you have been challenged as never before in your lives. A time at which you often thought you would never make it. A time that you often wanted to give up – when you often questioned what on earth you were doing at the college. And a time during which you stumbled upon new depths of your character.”

Tony Goode – President RMC Club of Canada

CKWS Short video Here

 

In This Issue 39:

The Week That Was

Much more than an engraved coin / Badging Ceremony

Obstacle Course; Badging Parade – been there done that

Wall of Honour & Memorial Arch front and centre Reunion Weekend

Legacy Dinner / Old-ish meets New – Class of ’75; FUN RUN

Faculty Happenings at RMCC

Ex Cadets & More

Keeping Tabs…

Which Ex Cadet Said What? When? Why?

Red & White Sports & Ex Cadets Golf / OUA / CISM

Sit-down with 24974 Richard Lim (RMC ’11) – new hockey coach

Morale Building Quotes from Gordie Howe

Jobs – Careers / Carrières

Deaths…

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ENCORE:

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Young Leaders Who Will Shape RMCC History

FYOP 2015: Week One in the Books

FYOP – week two – history

RMC Club & FYOP

2015 FYOP Staff – One Common Denominator

Looking back through a number of Reviews…

Army West Point Weekend 2016: To Include Two Alumni Games

Flashback: Five Years Ago – Reunion 2010

The Week That Was…

E3161 Victoria Edwards: In conversation with A152 Dr. S. Ranganathan

12570 Mike Kennedy – Book Review: Unflinching: The Making of a Canadian Sniper

Wall of Donors & CHEMIN PATRIMONIAL CMR St-JEAN / HERITAGE LANE at RMC St-JEAN

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