Ex-Cadets in the News

Caption: 20618 Maj Pascal Laforest (right) works with a member of the Netherlands Army while mentoring participating African militaries in communications interoperability during Exercise AFRICA ENDEAVOR 2013, 5-16 August, in Lusaka, Zambia. Article

Changing Command in the high Arctic

Two Ex Cadets : 19786  Maj. Warren Baccardax completed his tour and passed responsibility of the station over to 18533 Maj. Dan Zegarac

Two birds, one platoon – Canada’s military cooperation with Brazil helps strengthen Haiti

“”In short, they fulfil the same roles as a Brazilian platoon in supporting the MINUSTAH military component mandate to ensure safety and security in Haiti, allowing other UN agencies to foster the rule of law and support the country’s people,”” said Task Force Port-au-Prince Commander, 16642  Colonel Stephen Cadden.

 

Dogs change veterans’ lives

“I knew if I was going to do something, I was going to go big,” Capt. (Ret.) 13855 Medric Cousineau

Air cadets slip the surly bonds of earth

“For any of you that want to pursue that path, I can tell you I have no regrets. I have over 5,000 hours of flying experience, in the CC-130 [Hercules] and the CC-177 [Globemaster III], I’ve been to the Arctic, the Antarctic, Asia, the Middle East, Europe, the Pacific and pretty much everywhere I ever dreamed I would want to go. All of that I’m able to do because of the wings I have on my chest,” 20059 Lieutenant-Colonel Jason Stark

New Canadian Forces Provost Marshal and Commander Canadian Forces Military Police Group

“”Canadian Military Police personnel are known throughout the world for their dedication, technical policing skills and professionalism. It is a great honour for me to be appointed to the role of Provost Marshall and I thank Colonel Grubb for his tremendous work over the past four years.””   18780 Colonel Rob Delaney

The Honourable Rob Nicholson, Minister of National Defence and 12192 General Tom Lawson, Chief of the Defence Staff observe more than 1 000 Canadian Armed Forces personnel participating in Operation NANOOK 13, the premier annual CAF operation held in Canada’s North, from August 2 to 23. Operation NANOOK showcases CAF personnel working in close partnership with many federal, territorial, and municipal agencies in a collaborative whole-of-government approach.

OTHER NEWS…

Mother daughter team takes TT beauty line to Toronto

In 2010, Trinidadian Aba Bowles-Mortley graduated with a PhD in Chemical and Materials Engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC), in Kingston, Ontario.