“They are not 10 feet tall,”

12320 Gen. Walter Natynczyk CD, (RRMC / CMR ’79) downplaying the perceived abilities of the Taliban.


“The (Chief of the Defence Staff) and the military are really keen in keeping guys like me in and giving us gainful employment,”

Cpl. Mark Fuchko



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“You can tell that Canada’s a special country for them,” he said. “The children come out from the side of the road to give us a high five or give us souvenirs.”

24826 Officer cadet Richard Moulton (RMC ’10) participating this week in the Internationale Vierdaagse Afstandsmarsen Nijmegen, commonly known as the Nijmegen Marches, the world’s biggest long-distance walking event.


“There are many types of courage: there is one when you’re unexpectedly confronted with extreme danger and the adrenaline is rushing through your veins; there is another kind of courage when you continue to do the job and face the dangers even though you know what’s in store and how poor your chances of survival are,”

11330Lieutenant-General Angus Watt, Chief of the Air Staff, (CMR ’77)

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