You May Know These 24…But Do You Really Know Them?

Match up the photo with the clue:

former CWC; represented CSC teams in boxing, basketball and volleyball – played rep basketball; currently a member of the Old Brigade.

had a year at Ohio State prior to RMC; attended a Toronto Maple Leaf prospects camp while a cadet; 1st RMC goalie to post shut-out against West Point since 1938.

his whip is an Echo;  beats of Dre or Cash, and on his OJT he fired missiles.

person of no tactical importance (aka: RMC Student) – June 2003 – May 2008; currently serving his country in Shilo.

Ottawa native; four year varsity volleyball player; first winner of the Matt Dawe Memorial trophy.

played hockey for 4 years, but was hampered with a bad knee suffered in a pre-season game at McGill in I Year; Unit Safety Officer at RMC prior to completing grad studies.

Women’s Rugby player from 5 squadron. Danced in this year’s talent show.

he was PMC and business manager of the MARKER in III Year; military career spanned 35 years and alternated between operational and educational assignments.

motto for his final OUA hockey season was – Truth, Duty, Valour, & Goal Scoring; averaged six goals in his first four seasons – had 17 in his first 21 league games.

loves to cook and hopes to stay for her Master’s at RMC next year.

earned Academic All-Canadian status; competed at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe International Basketball Tournament in Mons, Belgium Dec 2008.

an OCdt, a newly wed, and probably one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.

former member of the Sandhurst team;  past CSL; as a cadet was involved in Researching Contamination of World Heritage Site.

grew up in the “hub” of the Maritimes; Storage Analyst for Nortel; enjoys boating, fishing, Wakeboarding, and computer games.

this frigateer from the maritimes gave a thrilling dance with team mates at the talent show this year.

born in Prague, served on the HMCS Algonquin, and this winter helped put out a potentially fatal fire at CFB Kingston.

XCVII President of the Royal Military Colleges Club of Canada; later served as Treasurer of the RMC Foundation.

probably the manliest voice in the world, for this OCdt the near future promises a lot of pain in the face.

leader on the offensive line for the Redmen football team; Multi-modal Accident Investigation, Forensic Engineering, Expert Witness and Safety Management Consultancy.

spent OJT summers at Shearwater and Cold Lake; Structures Engineer with over 11 years of experience in the aerospace industry.

was a Naval Staff Officer at RMC; he served as Combat Officer in the Second Canadian Destroyer, before assuming duties as Executive Officer in HMCS QU’APPELLE.

had stops at McMaster ’80, Royal Military College of Canada ’83, finally graduated Athabasca ’90; current interests – riding and kids.

skilled football player for the Redmen; owner, at Pretium Project Services Inc.; finally got to ski Kicking Horse.

former First Year class senior, and loves to ride snowmobiles and ATVs

Bruce Morris – former CWC; represented CSC teams in boxing, basketball and volleyball – played rep basketball; currently a member of the Old Brigade.

Tom Connerty – had a year at Ohio State prior to RMC; attended a Toronto Maple Leaf prospects camp while a cadet; 1st RMC goalie to post shut-out against West Point since 1938.

Jean-Luc Plante –  his whip is an Echo;  beats of Dre or Cash, and on his OJT he fired missiles.

Andrew Richardson – person of no tactical importance (aka: RMC Student) – June 2003 – May 2008; currently serving his country in Shilo.

Matt Lorrain – Ottawa native; four year varsity volleyball player; first winner of the Matt Dawe Memorial trophy.

Jay Maldonado – played hockey for 4 years, but was hampered with a bad knee suffered in a pre-season game at McGill in I Year; Unit Safety Officer at RMC prior to completing grad studies.

Vanessa Durand – Women’s Rugby player from 5 squadron. Danced in this year’s talent show.

Fraser Holman – he was PMC and business manager of the MARKER in III Year; military career spanned 35 years and alternated between operational and educational assignments.

Steve Wilson – motto for his final OUA hockey season was – Truth, Duty, Valour, & Goal Scoring; averaged six goals in his first four seasons – had 17 in his first 21 league games.

Nelya Vlasenko – loves to cook and hopes to stay for her Master’s at RMC next year.

Adam Asquini – earned Academic All-Canadian status; competed at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe International Basketball Tournament in Mons, Belgium Dec 2008.

Joel Benotto – an OCdt, a newly wed, and probably one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.

Alex Sheasby – former member of the Sandhurst team;  past CSL; as a cadet was involved in Researching Contamination of World Heritage Site.

Dan Robichaud – grew up in the “hub” of the Maritimes; Storage Analyst for Nortel; enjoys boating, fishing, Wakeboarding, and computer games.

Emma McDaniel – this frigateer from the maritimes gave a thrilling dance with team mates at the talent show this year.

David Demel – born in Prague, served on the HMCS Algonquin, and this winter helped put out a potentially fatal fire at CFB Kingston.

Valerie Keyes – XCVII President of the Royal Military Colleges Club of Canada; later served as Treasurer of the RMC Foundation.

Ryan McNeil – probably the manliest voice in the world, for this OCdt the near future promises a lot of pain in the face.

Les Chapman – leader on the offensive line for the Redmen football team; Multi-modal Accident Investigation, Forensic Engineering, Expert Witness and Safety Management Consultancy.

Michael Roach – spent OJT summers at Shearwater and Cold Lake; Structures Engineer with over 11 years of experience in the aerospace industry.

Daniel Murphy – was a Naval Staff Officer at RMC; he served as Combat Officer in the Second Canadian Destroyer, before assuming duties as Executive Officer in HMCS QU’APPELLE.

Rebecca Horne – had stops at McMaster ’80, Royal Military College of Canada ’83, finally graduated Athabasca ’90; current interests – riding and kids.

Phil Gardner – skilled football player for the Redmen; owner, at Pretium Project Services Inc.; finally got to ski Kicking Horse.

Dave Brosseau– former First Year class senior, and loves to ride snowmobiles and ATVs.