Which Ex Cadet Said What? When? Why?

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“RMCC Cadets are virtually everywhere,”

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As a Cadet who recently finished four years at the College, I can say that during my time in the Cadet Wing I knew very little about the RMC Club, both in terms of what it does and just how extensive it is. I would venture a guess that most Cadets currently in the Wing are in the same boat.”

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“When a young officer completes phase training and enters the regiment as a Tp Ldr, it is the CO who sets the tone and expectations of officership.”

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“They were happy with my performance and so it was mutually beneficial. The military was very good to me.”

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“I was traded at a garden party,”

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“We want to consolidate the market and be that national coast-to-coast provider,”

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“When I returned as DCadets, I used to say that it was a command responsibility to address subordinates in their first language as a means of ensuring good communication with subordinates. Since Canada has two official languages, it is important to take second language skills seriously. Although I still claim that I have not yet mastered the English language properly, I am at least very comfortable in English.”

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“The three years as DCdts were the happiest and most rewarding of my career. My previous experience as a Cadet and on the staff was invaluable.”

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“The biggest challenge was the introduction in September 1977? of French First-year cadets who had one year of CEGEP education in Quebec. Although CMR was still going strong, the goal was to increase the number of Francophones in the officer corps.”

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“This past Sunday I had the opportunity to participate with the RMC contingent in the 1st Annual Canada Army run. This was the first year the run was held and RMC decided to send its running teams, rugby team, band, and 10 cadets from each squadron to participate in either a 5 or 21 km course.”

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“I had coached and/or played against most of the RMC players before, but seeing them in a Sevens context was something altogether different – frankly I was blown away by this team.”

“If Canada adopted peacekeeping as the focus for our military operations, we would witness a corollary downgrading of the Canadian Forces.”

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“RMCC Cadets are virtually everywhere,”

19426 Lee Wendland – Source

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“As a Cadet who recently finished four years at the College, I can say that during my time in the Cadet Wing I knew very little about the RMC Club, both in terms of what it does and just how extensive it is. I would venture a guess that most Cadets currently in the Wing are in the same boat.”

25366 Mike ShewfeltSource

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“When a young officer completes phase training and enters the regiment as a Tp Ldr, it is the CO who sets the tone and expectations of officership.”

23179 John Kim Source

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“They were happy with my performance and so it was mutually beneficial. The military was very good to me.”

15936 Mike Ascroft – Source

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“I was traded at a garden party,”

8074 Doug Smith – Source

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“We want to consolidate the market and be that national coast-to-coast provider,”

12110 Christian Paupe – Source

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“When I returned as DCadets, I used to say that it was a command responsibility to address subordinates in their first language as a means of ensuring good communication with subordinates. Since Canada has two official languages, it is important to take second language skills seriously. Although I still claim that I have not yet mastered the English language properly, I am at least very comfortable in English.”

12966 Joseph Marcel Marquis Hainse – Source

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“The three years as DCdts were the happiest and most rewarding of my career. My previous experience as a Cadet and on the staff was invaluable.”

5300  Robert H. (Bob aka Tex) Thomas – Source

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“The biggest challenge was the introduction in September 1977? of French First-year cadets who had one year of CEGEP education in Quebec. Although CMR was still going strong, the goal was to increase the number of Francophones in the officer corps.”

3927 Charles (aka Tim) E. S. Ryley  – Source

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“This past Sunday I had the opportunity to participate with the RMC contingent in the 1st Annual Canada Army run. This was the first year the run was held and RMC decided to send its running teams, rugby team, band, and 10 cadets from each squadron to participate in either a 5 or 21 km course.”

24359 Stephen Paish – Source

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“I had coached and/or played against most of the RMC players before, but seeing them in a Sevens context was something altogether different – frankly I was blown away by this team.”

18404 John Reiffenstein – Source

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“If Canada adopted peacekeeping as the focus for our military operations, we would witness a corollary downgrading of the Canadian Forces.”

4270 Sean Henry – Source

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