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

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at military college was involved in parachuting, skiing, scuba diving, shooting and fencing; inducted into the Canadian Forces Sports Honour Roll in 2005; was a member of the Canadian Forces CISM pistol team from 1992 until his retirement in 2009; named 2009 male athlete of the year at Edmonton garrison.

FYOP CFL of 3 SQN, received the Professional Engineers of Ontario Undergraduate scholarship; enjoys underwater diving in his spare time; currently completing his Masters’ degree in civil engineering.

hails from Nova Scotia; was a soccer goalie and a squash freak and ended up as CWSO; strong member of the college choir; music interest – Danniel Oickle; working for NATO these days.

born in Mumbai, India; former CSC, CFL of 8 SQN; graduated with a degree in Business Administration; started flying at the age of 17; currently on PFT.

Consultant: Project Management, Quality Management, Risk Management, Change Management; impressive; very impressive photography web site http://www.edkinsphoto.com/index.html

Former 3 SQN FYOP CSC, CSL as well as a talented fencer; has a large collection of shoes as well as dresses handmade by her mother.

spent three years at CMR arriving from Moncton, N.B.; played varsity basketball for the Redmen, and played a little tennis at RMC; as an academic he obtained high standing in all years.

Former 10 SQN member; volunteer in the 2009 week-long pirate camp varsity fundraiser; one of the top graduated RMC fencers.

Cobourg, Ontario native; currently serving in Colorado Springs, Colorado; Cycling, Mountain biking, Fishing, Water Sports, Downhill skiing, & Hiking are all included in the activities that he enjoys.

Former 13 SQN CSL, DCWAdO, CSC, FYOP D/CFL that hails from Kamloops, BC; aspiring MARS officer; quite the bagpiper in the RMC Band; enjoys scuba diving in his spare time.

Mississauga native; CWPRO, CSC, CSO; University of New Brunswick MEng, PhD , Civil Engineering (Construction Management), 1993 — 2004; Current Manager, Real Property & Environment at Defence Construction Canada.

Toronto native; IV Year CSC and Sailing Team captain; Chem Eng Class Senior; taught at RMC as both a military officer and a civilian professor; credentials include: CD, rmc, BEng, MASc, PhD, PEng.

4 SQN member; training to become a pilot; involved with cheerleading, dance and RMC Women’s Fencing; recently traveled to the Dominican Republic for spring vacation.

Former 1 SQN graduate who hails from the Maritimes; spirited Highland dancer; one of the lucky fencers of RMC Women’s Fencing to take part in the European Fencing Championship.

obtained his MEng and PhD from McGill University; his graduate work on the pultrusion/melt compounding of continuous glass rovings was performed in the Centre d’Applications des Plastiques Industriels of Vetrotex International in Chambery, France; holds a Canada Research Chair in Polymer Processing and Joining.

Ottawa, ON native; graduate in the studies of chemistry and psychology; competes in RMC Women’s Fencing in women’s sabre.

celebrated 53rd wedding anniversary 8 June 2010; two children Janice & Jenny; regular participant and sponsor of cadets for RMC Club / Foundation Legacy Dinner.

born in Sydney, B.C. and grew up in Vancouver; manager of both the rep swimming and water polo teams; Naval Postgraduate School ’77; PhD Queen’s University (1990) avid supporter of the hockey team for many years;

after graduation he completed Nav training; posted to 436 Sqn in Ottawa, where he spent 41/2 years travelling the world in the cockpit of a C130. He discovered Navtech, perhaps the ONLY job in all of Canada that had any need for his talents as navigator, teacher, publisher, and computer programmer.

Lieutenant(N) posted to Stadacona; hails from the Annapolis Valley, NS; currently stationed out at sea for exercises; loves to camp, hike and bike as much as he loves to stay inside and play his video games.

9 Sqn member; hails from Kings County, NS; takes Spanish lessons now that she is bilingual; joined Highland dance this year; loves animals.

Class Senior in 2009; Pembroke, ON native; motivated member of RMC Women’s Rugby Club; has ventured from the warmth of Cancun, Mexico to the heights of the French Alps.

received both his Master of Arts and his Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematics at Brandeis University. In May 2002 he was awarded the 2001-2002 RMC Class of 1965 Teaching Excellence Award; up until the spring of 2000, he was the coach of the RMC varsity badminton team.

Ex member of 10 sqn, and electrical engineer who lives in Valcartier and loves nothing more than a Dub Dub très grand et les habitants de Montreal.

11914 Alan Markewicz (RRMC RMC 1978) – at military college was involved in parachuting, skiing, scuba diving, shooting and fencing; inducted into the Canadian Forces Sports Honour Roll in 2005; was a member of the Canadian Forces CISM pistol team from 1992 until his retirement in 2009; named 2009 male athlete of the year at Edmonton garrison.

24184 Marc-Etienne Rodrigue (RMC 2009) – FYOP CFL of 3 SQN, received the Professional Engineers of Ontario Undergraduate scholarship; enjoys underwater diving in his spare time; currently completing his Masters’ degree in civil engineering.

11132 David Oickle (RRMC RMC 1976) – hails from Nova Scotia; was a soccer goalie and a squash freak and ended up as CWSO; strong member of the college choir; music interest – Danniel Oickle; working for NATO these days.

24629 Chirag Joshi (RMC 2010) – Born in Mumbai, India; former CSC, CFL of 8 SQN; graduated with a degree in Business Administration; started flying at the age of 17; currently on PFT.

9927 John Edkins – (CMR RMC 1974) – Consultant: Project Management, Quality Management, Risk Management, Change Management; impressive; very impressive photography web site http://www.edkinsphoto.com/index.html

24823 Michelle Guertin (RMC 2010) – Former 3 SQN FYOP CSC, CSL as well as a talented fencer; has a large collection of shoes as well as dresses handmade by her mother.

9105 Ross Judd (CMR RMC 1972) – spent three years at CMR arriving from Moncton, N.B.; played varsity basketball for the Redmen, and played a little tennis at RMC; as an academic he obtained high standing in all years.

24672 Liam Roach (RMC 2010) – Former 10 SQN member; volunteer in the 2009 week-long pirate camp varsity fundraiser; one of the top graduated RMC fencers.

16490 Derek Salley (RMC 1988) – Cobourg, Ontario native; currently serving in Colorado Springs, Colorado; Cycling, Mountain biking, Fishing, Water Sports, Downhill skiing, & Hiking are all included in the activities that he enjoys.

24501 Tyson Babcock (RMC 2010) – Former 13 SQN CSL, DCWAdO, CSC, FYOP D/CFL that hails from Kamloops, BC; aspiring MARS officer; quite the bagpiper in the RMC Band; enjoys scuba diving in his spare time.

14481 Linda Newton – (RMC 1984) – Mississauga native; CWPRO, CSC, CSO; University of New Brunswick MEng, PhD , Civil Engineering (Construction Management), 1993 — 2004; Current Manager, Real Property & Environment at Defence Construction Canada.

8384 Les Bennett (RMC 1970) – Toronto native; IV Year CSC and Sailing Team captain; Chem Eng Class Senior; taught at RMC as both a military officer and a civilian professor; credentials include: CD, rmc, BEng, MASc, PhD, PEng.

25242 Jackie Ruis (RMC 2012) – 4 SQN member; training to become a pilot; involved with cheerleading, dance and RMC Women’s Fencing; recently traveled to the Dominican Republic for spring vacation.

24776 Emma McDaniel (RMC 2010) – Former 1 SQN graduate who hails from the Maritimes; spirited Highland dancer; one of the lucky fencers of RMC Women’s Fencing to take part in the European Fencing Championship.

Dr. Philip Bates (RMC Professor)- obtained his MEng and PhD from McGill University; his graduate work on the pultrusion/melt compounding of continuous glass rovings was performed in the Centre d’Applications des Plastiques Industriels of Vetrotex International in Chambery, France; holds a Canada Research Chair in Polymer Processing and Joining.

24666 Diana Prénoveau (RMC 2010) – Ottawa, ON native; graduate in the studies of chemistry and psychology; competes in RMC Women’s Fencing in women’s sabre.

Joan Johnston (wife of 3550 Murray Johnston RRMC RMC 1956) – celebrated 53rd wedding anniversary 8 June 2010; two children Janice & Jenny; regular participant and sponsor of cadets for RMC Club / Foundation Legacy Dinner.

6910 Douglas Ronald Hamilton (RMC 1966) born in Sydney, B.C. and grew up in Vancouver; manager of both the rep swimming and water polo teams; Naval Postgraduate School ’77; PhD Queen’s University (1990) avid supporter of the hockey team for many years;

6544 Rich Johnson (RMC 1965) – after graduation he completed Nav training; posted to 436 Sqn in Ottawa, where he spent 41/2 years travelling the world in the cockpit of a C130. He discovered Navtech, perhaps the ONLY job in all of Canada that had any need for his talents as navigator, teacher, publisher, and computer programmer.

22236 Scott Robinson (RMC 2002) – Lieutenant(N) posted to Stadacona; hails from the Annapolis Valley, NS; currently stationed out at sea for exercises; loves to camp, hike and bike as much as he loves to stay inside and play his video games.

25210 Alesha Bouman (RMC 2012) – 9 Sqn member; hails from Kings County, NS; takes Spanish lessons now that she is bilingual; joined Highland dance this year; loves animals.

25238 Alex Warren (RMC 2012) – Class Senior in 2009; Pembroke, ON native; motivated member of RMC Women’s Rugby Club; has ventured from the warmth of Cancun, Mexico to the heights of the French Alps.

David Wehlau (RMC Professor) – received both his Master of Arts and his Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematics at Brandeis University. In May 2002 he was awarded the 2001-2002 RMC Class of 1965 Teaching Excellence Award; up until the spring of 2000, he was the coach of the RMC varsity badminton team.

24088 Andrew Jewer (RMC 2008) : Ex member of 10 sqn, and electrical engineer who lives in Valcartier and loves nothing more than a Dub Dub très grand et les habitants de Montreal.

One Comment

  • L. R. Larsen

    June 21, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    Bill;
    As the Editor of the Canadian Aviation Artists’ Association Journal, AerialViews, for
    the past 8 years, I find that something as simple as a spelling error can bring a
    barrage of criticism, while several consecutive pristine issues get not even a
    grudging thank you.
    On that note, a sincere “Bravo Zulu” to you, your staff and all your loyal contribu-
    tors for sterling performance in what is essentially a thankless job.

    5573 Layne Larsen