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

Match up the photo with the clue:

a medical volunteer and member of the Canadian Ski Patrol System at the 2010 Olympic Games.

loves pizza and video games, the envy of his RMC friends due to his home and family located nearby in Kingston.

Wawa, Ontario native; spent time as a Squad Comm and is remembered by many cadets as a person who was “Involved” in a positive way.

the main RMCSJ Newfie, known by his friends as Jarrr.

Gull Lake, Sask native; completed a Masters Degree in Chemical and Materials Engineering; assistant coach with the (w) basketball team.

answers to both his regular name with or without the prefix (Gorgeous) which is commonly used by his friends, this guy loves to dance, tearing up the clubs.

counts his own Nijmegen walk as a crowning moment of his military career; assistant coach with the (m) soccer team.

you wish you were Irish, or at least that’s this OCdt thinks everyone else’s desire is; undoubtedly proud of his heritage.

former RMC fencer; earned a PhD; two sons are now Ex cadets too; current member of the RMC Club Executive.

this OCdt’s dream is for strangers to come up to him in the streets, screaming his name in joy.

is enjoying his Volunteering Experience (luge) at the Whistler Sliding Centre.

got inked on the reading week; his older brother is a new Squad Com.

CF Patron of Swimming; he wants both water polo and swimming as sanctioned intercollegiate sports at RMCC.

enjoys politics, epic board games, and is proud to hail from Ontario’s capital.

after one year of Reserve service went to CMR; BEng- Computers and Masters in Defence Studies from RMC.

had stops in Canmore and Chilliwack prior to arriving at RMC.

recipient of  the 2009 H.R.H. Prince of Wales Cup based on his performances with the Varsity running team.

lived in Hewett House; served as both DCdt & DAdmin in his day; was an assistant basketball coach too.

served as the XCII president of the RMC Club.

returns as a coach of the defending Sandhurst team.

tallied 15 goals / 24 assists as a “D” man playing 4 years of CIAU / CIS hockey.

referees hockey; has a pilot’s license; big time fan of the CFL Green & White team.

considers being the bad cop the most challenging part of the job.

was a  Team Ontario Coach at the 2007 Canada Winter Games in Whitehorse, where Ontario achieved a best-ever result in that sport.

Guy Warwick – a medical volunteer and member of the Canadian Ski Patrol System at the 2010 Olympic Games.

Ian Stewart – loves pizza and video games, the envy of his RMC friends due to his home and family located nearby in Kingston.

Desmond Stewart – Wawa, Ontario native; spent time as a Squad Comm and is remembered by many cadets as a person who was “Involved” in a positive way.

Tim Jewer – the main RMCSJ Newfie, known by his friends as Jarrr.

Lee Wendland – Gull Lake, Sask native; completed a Masters Degree in Chemical and Materials Engineering; assistant coach with the (w) basketball team.

Tyler Korn – answers to both his regular name with or without the prefix (Gorgeous) which is commonly used by his friends, this guy loves to dance, tearing up the clubs.

Rod McDonald – counts his own Nijmegen walk as a crowning moment of his military career; assistant coach with the (m) soccer team.

Colin McNaughton – you wish you were Irish, or at least that’s this OCdt thinks everyone else’s desire is; undoubtedly proud of his heritage.

Chuck Oliviero – former RMC fencer; earned a PhD; two sons are now Ex cadets too; current member of the RMC Club Executive.

Frederic Chevalier – this OCdt’s dream is for strangers to come up to him in the streets, screaming his name in joy.

Randy Dudding – is enjoying his Volunteering Experience (luge) at the Whistler Sliding Centre.

Ian McNaught – got inked on the reading week; his older brother is a new Squad Com.

John McManus – CF Patron of Swimming; he wants both water polo and swimming as sanctioned intercollegiate sports at RMCC.

Phil Wright – enjoys politics, epic board games, and is proud to hail from Ontario’s capital.

Alan Howard – After one year of Reserve service went to CMR; BEng- Computers and Masters in Defence Studies from RMC.

Tyler Spice – had stops in Canmore and Chilliwack prior to arriving at RMC.

Nicolas St-Amant – recipient of the 2009 H.R.H. Prince of Wales Cup based on his performances with the Varsity running team.

Robert (Tex) Thomas – lived in Hewett House; served as both DCdt & DAdmin in his day; was an assistant basketball coach too.

Anthony Downs – served as the XCII president of the RMC Club.

Nathan Price – returns as a coach of the defending Sandhurst team.

Adam Shell – tallied 15 goals / 24 assists as a “D” man playing 4 years of CIAU / CIS hockey.

Darren Rich – referees hockey; has a pilot’s license; big time fan of the CFL Green & White team.

Christine Powers – considers being the bad cop the most challenging part of the job.

David Howes – was a Team Ontario Coach at the 2007 Canada Winter Games in Whitehorse, where Ontario achieved a best-ever result in that sport.