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

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was manager of the RRMC Senior Rugger team and played a mean drum in the college band; at RMC he was a member of the Gymnastic Team; had 4 months General Cruiser training in HMCS Ontario; obtained a BSc at Queen’s University.

grew up in London ON, went to military college, was an army captain, sailed a good amount of the South Pacific, did her MBA, lived in Sydney and was a consultant at BCG, then got married, had 3 babies, started a catskiing business and sell real estate.

won the college featherweight crown in his recruit year and a place on the C.S.C. boxing team in II Year; spent the summer between III & IV year training with the Gunners in Germany; was a Personnel Officer at Currie Barracks during the early part of his career.

also hold an adjuct professorship position at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Concordia University in Montreal; positions held overseas include – Associate Professor, Associate Head, then Chairman of the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Technology, Iraq.

Service brat spent his first 18 years bouncing from base to base in Canada and to North Lufferham, England; held numerous positions in the field of aviation, including managing partner of Canadian Aviation Safety Associates; has written numerous award winning articles on aviation safety.

Université du Québec à Chicoutimi MBA , Executive Masters Business Administration , 2005 — 2007; • Royal Military College of Canada/Collège militaire royal du Canada MDS , Masters Defence Studies , 2008 — 2009 Activities and Societies: Canadian Forces College – current – Joint Command and Staff Program 35. J3 Tasks at Canadian Operational Support Command

Thesis Supervisor for Kristen Glinka M. Sc. (Environmental) in 2003 – A Comparison of Two Woodland Caribou Subpopulations on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range; Research Interests include: Chitosan chemistry, Bioinorganic chemistry, and Remote sensing and GIS for environmental monitoring.

in I Year, six Departmental prizes; II Year, three Departmental prizes; III Year, four prizes; IV Year, NRC Science Scholarship; received awards in first phase and second phase summer training; played varsity waterpolo four years; swimming three years; Sailing for one year; Cadet Wings Sport Officer.

has managed multi-cultural, geographically distributed teams in the areas of telecom software, connected consumer electronics, e-commerce, and government. Current – VP, Business Development at SingleClick Systems, Phoenix, Arizona Area.

since 1987 he has taught at Canadian Military Colleges, first at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria (1987-1995) and now at RMC. At RMC, he continues his research of the circulation in fjords and of coastal oceanography; he also teaches undergraduate courses in physics and graduate courses in physical oceanography.

former CWPMC; took up rowing at RMC; completed a MBA at INSEAD (originally Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires – European Institute of Business Administration); now Marketing & Sales at Procter & Gamble.

completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English with a minor in Psychology from the University of Prince Edward Island; was commissioned as a subaltern in the Royal Canadian Regiment (RCR) where he served for 12 years before leaving the infantry to become a personnel selection officer; served as BPSO at CFB Gagetown and CFB North Bay for four years.

was a speaker on the panel discussion titled “Military Conflict: Proliferation” at the 2009 Political Studies Students’ Conference, whose theme was “The Never-Ending Story? Conflicts in the Middle East”; provided an Editorial Review for the book – The National Security of Guyana: A Study in Foreign Policy.

Napanee District Secondary School graduate; scholastically achieved a reputation as something of a brain during his four years at RMC; big fan of the TV show “Laugh-In” as a cadet; considered a keen competitor on the sports field. Proud member of The Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) Ottawa Chapter.

was born in Moncton, NB and has lived in every Canadian province, except Newfoundland; played water polo and a member of the judo team at CMR & rugger at RMC; retired Air Force 1996: 27 years of service; pilot & medical officer; in July 2004, he became the Chief of Staff of Northumberland Hills Hospital.

teaches various undergraduate courses varying from Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistics and Quantitative Methods, Econometrics and Monetary Economics; as hobbies he likes and practices sports (Jogging, Soccer, and Bodybuilding, Swimming…), IT Technologies.

Irish- born – called Winnipeg his hometown; RMC – BEng – Engineering & Management & MBA Queen’s University; won $10,000.00 in an Ottawa Senators hockey game 50/50 draw, Oct 30, 2005; past President at RMX Technologies; current Regional Vice President, Calgary at CGI Group since September 2005.

was a contributing factor to the Frigate and Lasalle Sqauadron sports teams; his time as CWADO unquestionably prepared well a few years down the road when he presented a paper, as a student, at Canadian Forces College, October, 2000 – Human Competencies For Command At The Operational Level: Future Requirements

spent a great deal of time in III Year to triathlons; now is president and chief executive of Phoenix-based Global Water Resources, a water-scarcity management business that recycles wastewater for reuse in places such as parks and golf courses so burgeoning communities can better manage resources.

spent nine years in the regular forces serving in CFB Comox, BC; BFC Valcartier, PQ with the Base Hospital and 5e Ambulance de Campagne; and (then) DCIEM in Toronto, ON, leaving the military in 1997 to pursue a 7-year corporate career with General Electric (Healthcare) in Mississauga, ON and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Interests include: outdoor adventure activities and water sports, global travel, yoga.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry (University of British Columbia),M.Sc. Theoretical Chemistry (University of British Columbia) Technical Specialization: Neutron Activation Analysis & Gamma Ray Spectroscopy.

former varsity coach at RMC; has been very involved in Biathlon Canada operations for many years both as the President (2002-2006) and as the Vice-President of High Performance (2007-2010); Biathlon Canada recently completed the National Federation Board meetings and has elected him as the new President.

RETP grad; past – Documentation Manager at OpenTV Corp. Israel, Senior Technical Writer at Video Domain Technologies Ltd. Israel; now – Owner at Dr. English – Dr. English provides superb English-language writing services for Israeli industry.

product of Vancouver, BC; Psychology student; sports reporter for e-Veritas; Libero/Defensive Specialist; likes to go for a kill from time to time.

2901 David Smith Lochead (RRMC RMC 1952) –was manager of the RRMC Senior Rugger team and played a mean drum in the college band; at RMC he was a member of the Gymnastic Team; had 4 months General Cruiser training in HMCS Ontario; obtained a BSc at Queen’s University.

18902 Paula Skinner-Gaul (RRMC 1993) – grew up in London ON, went to military college, was an army captain, sailed a good amount of the South Pacific, did her MBA, lived in Sydney and was a consultant at BCG, then got married, had 3 babies, started a catskiing business and sell real estate.

3920 Clark Irvin Moggridge (RMC 1957) – won the college featherweight crown in his recruit year and a place on the C.S.C. boxing team in II Year; spent the summer between III & IV year training with the Gunners in Germany; was a Personnel Officer at Currie Barracks during the early part of his career.

Dhamin Al-Khalili (RMC professor) – also hold an adjuct professorship position at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Concordia University in Montreal; positions held overseas include – Associate Professor, Associate Head, then Chairman of the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Technology, Iraq.

6939 Don Spruston (RMC 1966) – Service brat spent his first 18 years bouncing from base to base in Canada and to North Lufferham, England; held numerous positions in the field of aviation, including managing partner of Canadian Aviation Safety Associates; has written numerous award winning articles on aviation safety.

18294 Francois Bradley (RMC 1992) – Université du Québec à Chicoutimi MBA , Executive Masters Business Administration , 2005 — 2007; • Royal Military College of Canada/Collège militaire royal du Canada MDS , Masters Defence Studies , 2008 — 2009 Activities and Societies: Canadian Forces College – current – Joint Command and Staff Program 35. J3 Tasks at Canadian Operational Support Command

K.A.M. Creber (RMC Professor)– Thesis Supervisor for Kristen Glinka M. Sc. (Environmental) in 2003 – A Comparison of Two Woodland Caribou Subpopulations on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range; Research Interests include: Chitosan chemistry, Bioinorganic chemistry, and Remote sensing and GIS for environmental monitoring.

8417 David Robin Green (RMC 1970) – in I Year, six Departmental prizes; II Year, three Departmental prizes; III Year, four prizes; IV Year, NRC Science Scholarship; received awards in first phase and second phase summer training; played varsity waterpolo four years; swimming three years; Sailing for one year; Cadet Wings Sport Officer.

18157 Kurt Hoppe (CMR RMC 1992) – has managed multi-cultural, geographically distributed teams in the areas of telecom software, connected consumer electronics, e-commerce, and government. Current – VP, Business Development at SingleClick Systems, Phoenix, Arizona Area.

Michael Stacey (RMC Professor) – since 1987 he has taught at Canadian Military Colleges, first at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria (1987-1995) and now at RMC. At RMC, he continues his research of the circulation in fjords and of coastal oceanography; he also teaches undergraduate courses in physics and graduate courses in physical oceanography.

18167 Nadia Kathy L’italien (CMR RMC 1992) – former CWPMC; took up rowing at RMC; completed a MBA at INSEAD (originally Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires – European Institute of Business Administration); now Marketing & Sales at Procter & Gamble.

Peter Bradley (RMC professor)- completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English with a minor in Psychology from the University of Prince Edward Island; was commissioned as a subaltern in the Royal Canadian Regiment (RCR) where he served for 12 years before leaving the infantry to become a personnel selection officer; served as BPSO at CFB Gagetown and CFB North Bay for four years.

AG. Dizboni (RMC Professor)- was a speaker on the panel discussion titled “Military Conflict: Proliferation” at the 2009 Political Studies Students’ Conference, whose theme was “The Never-Ending Story? Conflicts in the Middle East”; provided an Editorial Review for the book – The National Security of Guyana: A Study in Foreign Policy.

8423 Jeff Holt (RMC 1970) – Napanee District Secondary School graduate; scholastically achieved a reputation as something of a brain during his four years at RMC; big fan of the TV show “Laugh-In” as a cadet; considered a keen competitor on the sports field. Proud member of The Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) Ottawa Chapter.

10377 David Broderick (CMR RMC 1975) – was born in Moncton, NB and has lived in every Canadian province, except Newfoundland; played water polo and a member of the judo team at CMR & rugger at RMC; retired Air Force 1996: 27 years of service; pilot & medical officer; in July 2004, he became the Chief of Staff of Northumberland Hills Hospital.

Mohamed Douch (RMC Professor)- teaches various undergraduate courses varying from Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistics and Quantitative Methods, Econometrics and Monetary Economics; as hobbies he likes and practices sports (Jogging, Soccer, and Bodybuilding, Swimming…), IT Technologies.

11128 Bob Morrin (RRMC RMC 1976) – Irish- born – called Winnipeg his hometown; RMC – BEng – Engineering & Management & MBA Queen’s University; won $10,000.00 in an Ottawa Senators hockey game 50/50 draw, Oct 30, 2005; past President at RMX Technologies; current Regional Vice President, Calgary at CGI Group since September 2005.

11737 Doug Baker (RMC 1978) – was a contributing factor to the Frigate and Lasalle Sqauadron sports teams; his time as CWADO unquestionably prepared well a few years down the road when he presented a paper, as a student, at Canadian Forces College, October, 2000 – Human Competencies For Command At The Operational Level: Future Requirements.

16095 Trevor Hill (RRMC RMC 1987) – spent a great deal of time in III Year to triathlons; now is president and chief executive of Phoenix-based Global Water Resources, a water-scarcity management business that recycles wastewater for reuse in places such as parks and golf courses so burgeoning communities can better manage resources.

16545 Laurie Gibbon (RRMC 1988) – spent nine years in the regular forces serving in CFB Comox, BC; BFC Valcartier, PQ with the Base Hospital and 5e Ambulance de Campagne; and (then) DCIEM in Toronto, ON, leaving the military in 1997 to pursue a 7-year corporate career with General Electric (Healthcare) in Mississauga, ON and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Interests include: outdoor adventure activities and water sports, global travel, yoga.

Kathy Nielsen (Director, SLOWPOKE-2 Facility at RMC) – B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry (University of British Columbia),M.Sc. Theoretical Chemistry (University of British Columbia) Technical Specialization: Neutron Activation Analysis & Gamma Ray Spectroscopy.

B202 Stephen Hale (RMC 1999) – former varsity coach at RMC; has been very involved in Biathlon Canada operations for many years both as the President (2002-2006) and as the Vice-President of High Performance (2007-2010); Biathlon Canada recently completed the National Federation Board meetings and has elected him as the new President.

18354 Daniel Keen (RMC 1992) – RETP grad; past – Documentation Manager at OpenTV Corp. Israel, Senior Technical Writer at Video Domain Technologies Ltd. Israel; now – Owner at Dr. English – Dr. English provides superb English-language writing services for Israeli industry.

25249 Rebecca Fielding (RMC 2012) – product of Vancouver, BC; Psychology student; sports reporter for e-Veritas; Libero/Defensive Specialist; likes to go for a kill from time to time.

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