Ex-Cadets & Professors in the News

Garrison of CFB Kingston donates $200,000 to Together We Can campaign

“Like everyone else, members of the military depend on our community hospitals,” Col. Rick Fawcett, base commander, said in a release. “We are happy to lend our support.”

14016 Richard Fawcett (RRMC RMC 1983)

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Exercise “free play” is no game

“This is when all the pieces have to fall together. The months of coordination, planning and training, and reworking the plan all boil down to how well all the ships, airplanes and men and women on the ground work as a team,”

15141 Admiral Ron Lloyd (RRMC 1985), the commander of the Maritime Forces component.

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Veterans’ plates now available to all military

“I just think it’s useful in this very unmilitary country of ours to have some way to show that some people have served and are serving.”

5105 Jack Granatstein (CMR RMC 1961)

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8 AMS gets new leader

“I am honoured to take command of this great squadron,”

15774 Joe Fernandes (CMR RMC 1987)

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Fight to save prison farms will continue

As a professor at the Royal Military College for over two decades who teaches courses in Canadian literature and culture, and whose former students now serving in Afghanistan see themselves opposing injustice and oppression abroad, I join with our foremost writer Margaret Atwood in saluting the “Save Our Prison Farms Campaign” for bravely combating injustice right here in our own backyard.

Michael Hurley

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Crimea’s confused identity reflects its troubled past

I did not expect the call of a muezzin in Simferopol. Not that hearing the chosen being invited to their devotions troubles me.

Lubomyr Luciuk

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