Ex-Cadets in the News

Canadian trainers likely to be sent across Afghanistan

“At the end of the day, the NATO requirements are for trainers across the whole of the country,”

13337 Maj.-Gen. Stuart Beare (CMR RMC 1983), the Canadian deputy commander of the NATO training mission

“The direction I have from (Chief of Defence Staff) Gen. Natynczyk is that it is to be Kabul-centric,”

11275 Lt.-Gen. Marc Lessard (CMR 1977), the head of Canadian Expeditionary Force Command

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Afghan soldiers fire at Canadian convoy after accident

“I work closely with Brig.-Gen. (Ahmad) Habibi each day and he has addressed the issue with his staff. I have complete confidence that once all the facts are gathered the appropriate actions will be taken.”

14596 Brig.-Gen. Dean Milner (RRMC RMC 1984), the Canadian commander of troops in Kandahar

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New Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre (CFRC) opened in Halifax

“The fresh design, coming to all of our recruiting centers, is meant to make the Canadian Forces more competitive in the digital age,” said Commodore Daniel MacKeigan, Commander of the Canadian Forces Recruiting Group.

12580 Commodore Daniel MacKeigan (RMC 1980)

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Service Medals Presented For NATO Counter-Piracy Missions

“I was honoured to present medals to these deserving men and women. It is important to recognize that their hard work has been invaluable to the safety and security of our country and international waters,”

11919 Vice-Admiral Dean McFadden (RRMC 1979), Chief of the Maritime Staff

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New mandates for QETE

“We must increase our collaboration with research centres and the private sector to militarize equipment and anticipate new threats,”

15432 René Provencher (CMR RMC 1986), manager of the new Land Engineering Program of the Quality Engineering Test Establishment (QETE)

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Army shares historic ties to national railway

“I cannot begin, in a 30-second speech, to convey the gratitude of the men and women of the Canadian Forces for what Canadian Pacific has just done for our families.”

20043 LdSH(RC) CO Lieutenant-Colonel Trevor Cadieu (RRMC RMC 1995)

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A new mentor team goes into action

Col Gosselin described the members of the Roto 10 OMLT as experienced soldiers capable of offering operational mentorship and advice and relevant tactics in support of the Afghan national security forces — the ANA and the ANP.

16271 Colonel Hercule Gosselin (CMR 1988)

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Dream come true at 3 Wing Bagotville

“I would like to congratulate the supporters for understanding the impact of deployments on the families of our service men and women and for giving the children of our deployed members this opportunity,”

16340 Colonel Alain Pelletier, commander of 3 Wing (CMR RMC 1988)

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New wing to help museum take flight

“If we’re going to appeal to a larger audience there has to be some sort of a wow when they arrive,”

12456 Stephen Quick Canada Aviation and Space Museum director-general

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Canada’s forgotten Native warrior

That soldier was Charlie Byce, whose valour citation was initialed all the way up the chain of command, through corps commander 1596 Lt.-Gen. Guy Simonds (RMC 1921), to army commander 749 Gen. Harry Crerar RMC 1906 , to Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery.

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One Comment

  • Normand (fn) Hotte 5661

    January 3, 2011 at 12:44 pm

    bonjour;

    peut-être qu’on ne fait pas assez connaître cette mission contre le piratage en mer ?

    NH 5661