Congratulation, once again to the major award winners from the recent RMCC Fall convocation. At post time last week we did not have in our possession, individual photos.
Top Left – Dr.Laura M. Robinson – Matheson leadership Award; Top right – Austin Gian Singh Thind – RMCC Dept Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Post-Graduate Scholarship; Second row: The Colonel Geoff Parker Memorial Award – Captain Jeremy Paquet. (Details of the awards may be found here.)
Photos by Mary White, CFB Kingston Photo Section
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