Ex-Cadets in the news

CF-18s get perfect “hit” score on exercise

“The complexity of engaging a moving target with a laser-guided bomb cannot be overstated,” said Lieutenant-Colonel Eric Kenny, the squadron’s commanding officer. “There are a number of variables that need to be solved by the pilots both before and after the bomb has been released to ensure proper delivery.”

19171 Eric Kenny  (CMR/RMC 1994)

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RMC Saint-Jean a popular destination

“We were delighted to welcome so many people,” explained RMC Saint-Jean commandant Colonel Guy Maillet.“It’s a perfect opportunity for us to thank members of the public in the region for their support, and to showcase our officer cadets, staff, programs and facilities.”

14154 Guy Maillet  (RMC 1983)

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The Canadian Navy Welcomes New Mascot

“Naming our mascot SONAR captures the proud history of the Canadian navy and its role in anti-submarine warfare,” said VAdm McFadden, “and it being a Newfoundland dog, it denotes the characteristics we hold important; being ever vigilant, watchful, protective and loyal.”

11919 P.D. McFadden (RRMC 1978)

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Mission closure accomplished

“I’m fiercely proud of the people that worked with me here at Camp Mirage, and the teamwork that has gone in to the closure activities,” he said. “We’ve been asked to do … a very difficult task to close down this camp, and everyone has pitched in from every section.”

17829 Tom Dunne (RMC 1991)

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Thirty days’ notice

“CANOSCOM intent was to ensure that we continued to sustain operations in Afghanistan while simultaneously enabling the transfer of functions from Camp Mirage to locations within and outside of the Southwest Asia region,“ said CANOSCOM Commander Major-General Mark McQuillan.

13143 Marc McQuillan (RMC 1981)

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General Walter Natynczyk presents Medal of Bravery

“The medal of bravery is one of Canada’s highest honours,” said General Natynczyk. “We should all remember Leading Seaman Binder for his courage and disregard for his own safety while saving the life of another. I am honoured to present this decoration to his family.”

12320 Walter Natynczyk (RRMC/CMR 1979)

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Laliberte feted by Royal Military College

“In 1993, I was too young to retire per se,” Laliberte said, of his role with Red Cross. “I do it to keep myself active and interested.”

5780 Bernie Laliberte (CMR RMC 1963)

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Caught in the crossfire

There was never any doubt she would pursue a military career. In 1991, Alleslev-Krofchak graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada and was posted …

17789 Leona Alleslev-Krofchak (RMC 1991)

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Military ombudsman worries for grieving families

“It’s not very complicated,” Daigle said. “All we ask is when a family suffers the loss of a loved one, that we give the family as much information as possible.”

9485 Pierre Daigle (CMR 1973)

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Admiral’s journey begins

“Work hard. Be engaged in what you are doing, and gain satisfaction from that. You don’t need to be looking for a career end. Use your ambitions and objectives to maintain satisfaction. There is no way I could have envisioned where I am today as a Lieutenant. Do a good job of the task at hand and the rest takes care of itself.”

12286 Nigel Greenwood (RRMC 1979)

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RAdm Pile bids farewell

“My wife and I will take some time to travel. We will hit the road and head out on a voyage of discovery, no agenda, and no timelines. This is travel without a plan. We just want to soak it all up.”

12324  Tyrone Pile (RRMC 1979)

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Warrior monk: career soldier

“It was more the discovery of my two left feet and inability to steer an aircraft,” he said of abandoning his piloting goal.

20954 Nathan Packer (RRMC 1997)

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One Comment

  • fn Normand Hotte

    December 7, 2010 at 5:56 pm

    Bernard Laliberté

    pour moi t’es toujours Bernie..

    c’est à mon tour d’être à Sherbrooke

    Norm (fn!)