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14090 LCol Kevin Tyler is the Commanding Officer of the Royal Mountain Rangers. LCol Tyler came to the Rocky Mountain Rangers from the Canadian Manoeuvre Training Centre in Wainwright, AB, where he was Chief Plans Officer and most recently Deputy Commander. Lieutenant-Colonel Tyler has served 32 years in the Canadian Forces. He is a graduate of the Royal Military College in Kingston with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science as well as the Canadian Forces Staff College Toronto. He has served throughout Canada and overseas, with posting alternating between regimental, training and staff duties. He began his military career after RMC with 2nd Battalion RCR in New Brunswick. Other highlights of his military career include time with the 1st and 4th Battalions RCR, instructing with the RCR Battle School in Meaford, ON and the Australian Land Staff College and deployments to Bosnia and Afghanistan. Married to his wife Jo-Anne for 28 years, LCol Tyler has two adult sons. He enjoys reading non-fiction and is an avid outdoorsman and adventure sports enthusiast.  Source

 

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Curt Hillier R.Psych. completed a Master of Science in Community and Clinical Psychology at Acadia University and he was subsequently appointed Assistant Professor at Royal Roads Military College teaching Psychology, Leadership, and Ethics. He is a 21 year veteran of the Canadian Forces having served in the engineering branch and the psychology branch. He worked for five years at the Health Sciences Centre in acute care psychiatry and outpatient psychology services, and served on the hospital’s ethics committee. He has been in private practice for the past ten years with a focus on operational stress injuries(OSIs) in military and police members. Curt voluntarily facilitates a bi-weekly support group for RCMP, RNC, and military police officers with OSIs such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, Substance and Behaviour Disorders, and family dysfunction.  Source

 

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B0186 Brigadier-General J.Richard Giguère, CD assumed command of Land Force Quebec Area and Joint Task Force (East) on August 5, 2011. He holds a bachelor’s degree in military and strategic studies from the Royal Military College Saint-Jean and a post-graduate degree in strategic studies from the Université Paris-Nord. He was transferred to the Royal Military College Saint-Jean in 1991. In the summer of 2001, he was transferred to the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, to teach in the Department of Politics and Economics. BGen Giguère was deployed to Kandahar in September 2010, as Canadian Deputy Task Force Commander with Rotation 5-10 of Joint Task Force – Afghanistan.  Source

 

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Ryan Habkirk, MASc., P.Eng. is a Professor, Civil Engineering Technician -Technology Programs at Georgian College. Ryan completed a Masters of Applied Science in Civil Engineering at the Royal Military College of Canada and he is a graduate of Queen’s University in the Civil Engineering Program. Ryan has more than 8 years of experience in the Civil Engineering field, including an extensive knowledge of structural engineering, construction materials, vehicle traffic management, bridge construction, design standards and building codes. He also worked in heavy construction, including site inspection, and laboratory testing of civil engineering materials. Ryan has managed a number of structural engineering projects from the conceptual design stage through to the finished product.  Source

 

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