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

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former e-Veritas cadet staff member; taking his platoon to Peru this summer to participate in an international military exercise.

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School graduate; FLOP & Sports go-to-guy for 8 Squadron; big hit at the Tapping – Talent Show 2009.

this OCdt loves swiss cheese, french fries, and his Dutch roots.

always with something to say, this Comox, British Columbian like magna, fantasy novels, and action movies.

Mr. 424, a very inquistive OCdt in his earleir RMC days… few other hints are needed. He hails from Richmond, Ontario.

one of two at the college, this OCdt enjoys war gaming, BSG along with its offshoot, and has one of the most impressive movie archives ever.

this OCdt adores airsoft, and if you were ever to have a question about anything regarding military equipment, this expert is the one to ask.

has the most reliable vehicle ever constructed, hails form the great city of Montreal, and is proud to be from CMR St Jean.

raised in Ottawa; worked in the Department of Geography at University of Ottawa; had a two year Research stint at Simon Fraser University.

is getting his own postage stamp.

combined senior football, Rifle team, Choir & Glee Club plus golf while at RMC; obtained his commercial pilot licence three years following graduation; former BCEO at CFB Borden.

big time fan of Dave Matthews Band; Saint john, NB native; equipment manager of the hockey team in I Year; Electrical Engineering grad; plays guitar and enjoys rowing and the outdoors.

played Rugger at RRMC; Intermediate Football and Varsity Hockey at RMC; he was presented with the Woerthington Sword for the best cadet in his first three training phases.

Collège Marie de France ’96 graduate; former RMC  Cadet Wing Commander; competed in the 2009  CF Triathlon National Championship.

award winning Harriers runner at RMC; served with 4OTU and 435 (T) Squadron on a number of U.N. flight operations – including the Congo; and in regular Canadian Artic flight operations.

joined Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) in Calgary, May 1984;  deployed as the Deputy Commander, Joint Task Force Afghanistan from May 2008 until February 2009.

started at RRMC; played water polo at both “Roads” & RMC; member of the crew that won the Grant Sailing Trophy; he is a past Account Executive at Fujitsu Consulting; his specialty – Strategic planning; coaching of officers and directors.

Thesis work on Cold Starting Diesel Engines; Strategic Business Manager at Acme Concord Corp; former Manager – Eastern North America at Drexan Corporation.

is one of the founders and president of Qualiscope Enterprises, a project management consulting, coaching and training firm based in Montreal.

past OCAA badminton Individual Singles champion; Honours in Computer and Math Science.

recently moved on to his third career and is now a Real Estate Professional with Exit Realty Optimum serving the greater Halifax area.

helped to pioneer and popularize the concepts of “Business Warfare” worldwide as a speaker and lecturer in over thirty countries on five continents and as a consultant to more than 150 companies.

Principal (Retired) at Thames Valley District School Board; Retired – June 2007; have done contract work for the Ministry of Education and TVDSB since then.

past member of 421 Squadron, 2(F) Wing – Grostenquin, France; former Civil Aviation Inspector, Transport Canada.

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Kayne Carr – former e-Veritas cadet staff member; taking his platoon to Peru this summer to participate in an international military exercise.

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Jack Lawson

Jack Lawson – Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School graduate; FLOP & Sports go-to-guy for 8 Squadron; big hit at the Tapping – Talent Show 2009.

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Chris Bowman

Chris Bowman- this OCdt loves swiss cheese, french fries, and his Dutch roots.

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Justin Gillis

Jusitn Gillis- always with something to say, this Comox British Columbian like magna, fantasy novels, and action movies.

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Thomas Huet

Thomas Huet- Mr. 424, a very inquistive OCdt in his earleir RMC days… few other hints are needed. He hails from Richmond, Ontario.

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Mike Hoyt

Mike Hoyt- one of two at the college, this OCdt enjoys war gaming, BSG along with its offshoot, and has one of the most impressive movie archives ever.

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Marvin Lacea

Marvin Lacea- this OCdt adores airsoft, and if you were ever to have a question about anything regarding military equipment, this expert is the one to ask.

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Raphaël Yeung

Raphaël Yeung: has the most reliable vehicle ever constructed, hails form the great city of Montreal, and is proud to be from CMR St Jean.

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David Douglas

David Douglas – raised in Ottawa; worked in the Department of Geography at University of Ottawa; had a two year Research stint at Simon Fraser University.

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Bill Mauldin

Bill Mauldin – is getting his own postage stamp.

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James Douglas Megil

James Douglas Megil – combined senior football, Rifle team, Choir & Glee Club plus golf while at RMC; obtained his commercial pilot licence three years following graduation; former BCEO at CFB Borden.

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Ryan Lizotte

Ryan Lizotte – big time fan of Dave Matthews Band; Saint john, NB native; equipment manager of the hockey team in I Year; Electrical Engineering grad; plays guitar and enjoys rowing and the outdoors.

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Robert Laird

Robert Laird – played Rugger at RRMC; Intermediate Football and Varsity Hockey at RMC; he was presented with the Woerthington Sword for the best cadet in his first three training phases.

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David Brassard

David Brassard – Collège Marie de France ’96 graduate; former RMC  Cadet Wing Commander; competed in the 2009  CF Triathlon National Championship.

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Len Staples

Len Staples – award winning Harriers runner at RMC; served with 4OTU and 435 (T) Squadron on a number of U.N. flight operations – including the Congo; and in regular Canadian Artic flight operations.

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Jamie Cade

Jamie Cade – joined Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) in Calgary, May 1984;  deployed as the Deputy Commander, Joint Task Force Afghanistan from May 2008 until February 2009.

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David Stocks

David Stocks – started at RRMC; played water polo at both “Roads” & RMC; member of the crew that won the Grant Sailing Trophy; he is a past Account Executive at Fujitsu Consulting; his specialty – Strategic planning; coaching of officers and directors.

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Derek Niles

Derek Niles – Thesis work on Cold Starting Diesel Engines; Strategic Business Manager at Acme Concord Corp; former Manager – Eastern North America at Drexan Corporation.

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Claude Emond

Claude Emond –  is one of the founders and president of Qualiscope Enterprises, a project management consulting, coaching and training firm based in Montreal.

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Benoit Achim

Benoit Achim – past OCAA badminton Individual Singles champion; Honours in Computer and Math Science.

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David Bathurst

recently moved on to his third career and is now a Real Estate Professional with Exit Realty Optimum serving the greater Halifax area.

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Jay Kurtz

Jay Kurtz – helped to pioneer and popularize the concepts of “Business Warfare” worldwide as a speaker and lecturer in over thirty countries on five continents and as a consultant to more than 150 companies.

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Doug Acton

Doug Acton – Principal (Retired) at Thames Valley District School Board; Retired – June 2007; have done contract work for the Ministry of Education and TVDSB since then.

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Renaud Préfontaine

Renaud Préfontaine – past member of 421 Squadron, 2(F) Wing – Grostenquin, France; former Civil Aviation Inspector, Transport Canada.

One Comment

  • Ron Squires

    May 10, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    I always enjoy and look forward to “You May Know These 24…But Do You Really Know Them?”. Of most interest to me are those from back in the late ’50s & early ’60s. I wonder though if there’s been a recent change that I’ve not noticed before, i.e. the omission of class year in the brief biographies. It took some digging in old copies of The Review to verify that I was really seeing a current photo of Jim Megil. It seems he has changed a little in the 48 years since I last saw him.
    I hope that future editions will return to identifying the class year. Thanks for the dedication and terrific job you’re doing with e-Veritas!
    Ron Squires