Calgary RCAF Mess Dinner: Air Force and Hawk One Project at the forefront
(L-R): 3626 John Ink, 10238 Ron Guidinger, Ken Sivertson, 10223 Dan Dempsey, 9395 Don Matthews, 10080 Bob Booth
The Calgary RCAF Mess Dinner took place last Friday at the Calgary Aero Space Museum, celebrating the 85th Anniversary of the RCAF and the 100th anniversary of powered flight in Canada. Dan Dempsey, one of 5 Hawk One pilots, was the guest speaker at the dinner and spoke about the Canadian Air Demonstration teams histories and the Hawk One Project. The Hawk One Project has lots of ex-cadet presence ( Mike Potter of Vintage Wings in Ottawa; Dan Dempsey, former Snowbird Leader; Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency) and probably others as well. The Hawk One website tells the story and is very interesting.
(L-R): 10238 Ron Guidinger, 10080 Bob Booth, 10223 Dan Dempsey (Kneeling): 3626 John Ink
Conflict Over Migration Is a Manageable Problem, Says Expert
“The impact of migration on conflict is a man-made problem,” says demographic expert Christian Leuprecht in his new article, “Migration as the Demographic Wild Card in Civil Conflict: Mauritius and Fiji.” “The way migration is managed (or not) can determine its potential for mitigating or escalating a conflict.”
Christian Leuprecht, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, RMCC
CANCAMEX 09 joined forty five Canadians from the Canadian Royal Military College (RMC) in Kingston and 22 Wing/Canadian Forces Base (CFB) North Bay with Cameroon counterparts from the École militaire inter-armes (EMIA) and the 21è Bataillon d’infanterie motorisé (BIM) de Buea. Much more