Ex-Cadets & more in the News

  • Entrevue avec le Colonel Jennie Carignan

  • Gatineau perd sa seule liaison aérienne

  • 443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron: New hangar opened and new Colour consecrated

  • Perpetual progress

  • Training in austere environments

  • What IS that RCAF bird called?

  • Will making nice with veterans be a case of too little, too late?

  • On Anzac centenary, channel’s military vets share lessons in leadership

  • Naval Academy Grad Makes the Bigs

  • Yale’s cadets and midshipmen ready to look ‘sharp’ for the President’s Review

  • First Army Ranger School with women opens with 16 passing initial test

  • Air Force Tests Standards to Open Combat Jobs to Women

  • ROTC Cadets Wearing Heels for Sexual Assault Awareness Spurs Review

  • Sacked cadet officer sues varsity

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Entrevue avec le Colonel Jennie Carignan

« Je suis une personne qui apprécie le présent et qui a beaucoup de plaisir dans ce que j’entreprends. Au gré de la vie et des opportunités, j’apprécie ce qui m’arrive, tant sur le plan professionnel que familial. Je suis fière de ce que j’ai pu accomplir au fil des ans et c’est grâce à cette harmonie que je suis épanouie dans ma vie. »

17312 Colonel Jennie CarignanArticle

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Gatineau perd sa seule liaison aérienne

«Le dernier vol a lieu [vendredi] matin, après il n’y aura plus de desserte aérienne, a confirmé le directeur général de l’Aéroport de Gatineau, Gaston Cloutier. Nous sommes en pourparlers avec d’autres transporteurs pour rétablir la liaison avec Québec et éventuellement d’autres destinations.»

9479 Gaston Cloutier – Article

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443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron: New hangar opened and new Colour consecrated

“This building will finally allow for all unit operations to be housed under a single roof and will provide operational enhancements that are not available in the current facilities,” said Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick MacNamara, the squadron’s commanding officer. “This building and its technology will advance the abilities of this unit as we move from the CH-124 Sea King helicopter to the Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone helicopter.”

19567 Patrick MacNamara – Article

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Perpetual progress

“We’re going to new conflicts; new conflicts generate new requirements; new requirements require new gear; and the new gear needs to be integrated and tested to ensure it works correctly and is safe to use,”

22911 Major Joshua Kutryk, an AETE test pilot – Article

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Training in austere environments

“This type of training puts a number of RCAF assets to the test in a simulated combat situation in an austere environment,”

17256 Lieutenant‑Colonel Luc Sabourin, 5 Wing’s commander Article

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What IS that RCAF bird called? – Article

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SCHNEIDEREIT: Will making nice with veterans be a case of too little, too late? –

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On Anzac centenary, channel’s military vets share lessons in leadership – Article

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Naval Academy Grad Makes the Bigs – Article

Naval Academy graduate makes Cardinals debut, strikes out first batter he faces – Article

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Yale’s cadets and midshipmen ready to look ‘sharp’ for the President’s Review – Article

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First Army Ranger School with women opens with 16 passing initial test – Article

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Air Force Tests Standards to Open Combat Jobs to Women – Article

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ROTC Cadets Wearing Heels for Sexual Assault Awareness Spurs Review – Article

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Sacked cadet officer sues varsity – Article

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