Ex-Cadets in the News

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  • High-tech device allows paralysed EX Cadet to breathe without ventilator

  • Former electronic spy chief urges Ottawa to prepare for ‘cyber war’

  • Marking the 10th Anniversary of Operation Medusa

  • Truro lawyer Al Bégin appointed provincial court judge

  • 30 Canadian Forces members punished for sexual misconduct, 97 cases ongoing

  • Operation HONOUR: RCN taking decisive action

  • MP Erin O’Toole emerging as preferred leadership hopeful for many Conservatives

  • Dallaire: Canada’s renewed role in peacekeeping should focus on child soldiers

  • Ottawa’s new ‘Pacific strategy’ will combine conservation, economic growth, minister says

  • The Great Dislocation

  • Leading in the Fast Lane-Truth-Duty-Valour

  • Single pilot aircraft owners are moving to Execaire’s Just Fly™ program…

  • Paralympian Brad Snyder (graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2006) is blind. Swimming helps him face his new reality

  • EX-CADET WEEKEND FUN RUN

  • Doug Cope, 6611, Class of 1965, will be at RMC on Saturday 24 September signing copies of his book, The Roadants

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High-tech device allows paralysed former soldier to breathe without ventilator

9961 Greg Hug

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Former electronic spy chief urges Ottawa to prepare for ‘cyber war’

6508 John Adams

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Marking the 10th Anniversary of Operation Medusa

16975 Omer Lavoie

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Truro lawyer Al Bégin appointed provincial court judge

15481 Al Bégin

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30 Canadian Forces members punished for sexual misconduct, 97 cases ongoing

15696 Jon Vance

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Operation HONOUR: RCN taking decisive action

15141 Ron Lloyd

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MP Erin O’Toole emerging as preferred leadership hopeful for many Conservatives

19894 Erin O’Toole

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Dallaire: Canada’s renewed role in peacekeeping should focus on child soldiers

H7860 Romeo Dallaire

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Ottawa’s new ‘Pacific strategy’ will combine conservation, economic growth, minister says

8276 Marc Garneau

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 The Great Dislocation

14765 Steven Keays

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Leading in the Fast Lane-Truth-Duty-Valour

10238 Ron Guidinger

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Single pilot aircraft owners are moving to Execaire’s Just Fly™ program…

15034 Rudy  Scholaert

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Paralympian Brad Snyder (graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2006) is blind. Swimming helps him face his new reality

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EX-CADET WEEKEND FUN RUN

Anyone for a run around Fort Henry?

Ex-Cadet weekend at the end of September will include a fun run around Fort Henry for Old Brigade members, other ex-cadets and present-day cadets.

In essence this is a re-creation of the Cadet Wing Harriers Race including members of all elements of the college student body, past and present. The plan is to start from the College Parade Square at 1500 hours on Saturday, September 24, and run completely around the Fort Henry Hill before returning to the parade square with smiles on our faces.

Ex-cadets of classes having reunions this year, from recent grads to Old Brigaders, are particularly invited to join the run. If any of the classes wish to gather a group together from their year for the run, that would be even better. And, of course, present-day cadets are welcome too. The college’s Harriers teams – both male and female – have already agreed to participate.

If the younger groups want to make a bit of a race of it, they are welcome to do so, but the Old Brigade members need not race– the completion of the run will be reward enough. Afterwards, all participants will be invited to a nearby mess to quench their thirst and celebrate the comradeship that is such a great part of the college experience.

The run has been going on for several years now, and we hope to have 30 or more runners – both older and younger – join us. Anyone interested in participating is requested to contact the organizer, 6891 Bill Aikman at [email protected] to confirm arrangements.

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Doug Cope, 6611, Class of 1965, will be at RMC on Saturday 24 September signing copies of his book, The Roadants.

Doug will be outside Panet House from 0930 until 1530.

If you would like a signed and dedicated copy please look him up.

A description of ‘The Roadants’ can be found at www.dougcope.ca and a detailed, independent review of The Roadants by Barbara Maisonneuve is available in the summer of 2015 edition of the RMC Club magazine Veritas.

Pages 56 to 58 at https://rmcclub.ca/index.php/everitas-veritas/veritas/