In Case You Missed It – Navy EPT 2019
The RCN has released a number of photos at the link below from last month’s Navy Elemental Preparatory Training (EPT) time in Halifax. These photos were not available at time of original publication.
For photos from the entire EPT experience, please see the RMC Photo Club’s Flickr page here.
For the original EPT article please see here.
With thanks to 6604 Jim Carruthers who, since 2012, has provided over $44,000 in support of Naval Cadet activities including Battle of Atlantic Galas, NAC Conferences, Naval Swords and Salty Dips CD’s, and Maritime Security Conferences.
RMC Post-Grad Student Shines on World Stage
With thanks to Dr. Hughes Bonin and SLt Andy Lee
At the 27th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE-27), at Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan from 19-24 May 2019. Lt(N) Jason Song, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at RMC, presented his paper entitled “Best-Estimate Plus Uncertainty Analysis of CANDU Fuel Reliablility Using Manufacturing Data and Simulated Core Data.” Lt(N) Song’s presentation received the Best Presentation award at the Conference.
“I’m really pleased I was able to represent and get some recognition for the great research we do at RMC!” he said.
The ICONE series of conferences is co-sponsored by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME) and the Chinese Nuclear Society.
Lt(N) Song’s co-supervisors are Drs. Paul Chan, Hugues W. Bonin and Mahesh Pandey (University of Waterloo).
Mr. Rock Hau Retires
Article and Photos courtesy of RMC Public Affairs
A celebration was held this past week at the Senior Staff Mess to mark the retirement of Mr. Rock Hau. The celebration started with an informal lunch and was followed by speeches and presentations at 1300 hrs.
Mr. Rock Hau has 46 years of dedicated, combined service, starting as a Non-Commissioned Member, and retiring as a Major in the Canadian Armed Forces, before transitioning to the Public Service for the past 16 years; the vast majority of which was as the Associate Registrar Admissions at RMC.
ALOY Participates in Exercise EAGLE QUEST / ALOY participe à l’exercice EAGLE QUEST
Article and Photos courtesy of RMC Public Affairs / Photos et articles fournis par les Affaires publiques du CMR
Seven staff and 13 students of the Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) program at RMC are paddling and camping along the waters of the Rideau Canal this past week as part of Exercise EAGLE QUEST. The exercise, a 100-kilometre, eight-day canoeing trip from Smith Falls to Kingston, is the final exercise of the one-year ALOY program conducted at RMC for students of Indigenous heritage that focuses on academic education, military skills, leadership skills, athletics and cultural awareness. Here are some photos from the first two days of their journey. For more information about the ALOY program, please visit: https://forces.ca/en/programs-for-indigenous-peoples/
Sept membres du personnel et 13 étudiants du Programme d’initiation au leadership à l’intention des Autochtones (PILA) du CMR combinent canotage et camping le long du canal Rideau cette semaine dans le cadre de l’exercice EAGLE QUEST. L’exercice, une expédition en canoë de huit jours sur 100 km entre Smith Falls et Kingston, marque pour les étudiants d’origine autochtone la fin du PILA, un programme d’une année axé sur la formation universitaire, l’adresse militaire, le leadership, les sports et la sensibilisation culturelle. Voici quelques photos des deux premiers jours de leur périple. Pour de plus amples renseignements sur le PILA, veuillez consulter le site https://forces.ca/fr/programmes-pour-les-autochtones/.