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

Match up the photo with the clue:

A former University of British Columbia PG student;

Competed at 2009 CF Triathlon National Championship;

Called Panet House home from 1992 – 95;

Served a nine month tour in the Golan Heights;

Expert on European battlefields tours;

Has a list of all outdoor monuments at RMC;

Organizes the popular Kingston Branch Book Award Program;

Has a strong view on “Toasts at Mess Dinners”.

Maxville, Ontario native who had 4 bars Fall term;

Was once Commanding Officer of 408 Goose Squadron;

Would play tennis 52 weeks a year – weather permitting;

Attended both the 2009 Legacy Dinner (Kingston) & 2009 Leadership Dinner (Calgary);

Created the Green team;

Former (#101) RMC Club of Canada President;

Toiled for the Nepean Raiders prior to RMC;

Go-to-person for both the 2009 Graduation and 2009 Reunion Weekend;

Former Cadet Wing Commander for a high achieving class;

Has taught at the Canadian Studies Center at SAIS, Dalhousie University and Duke University;

Was a man who “inspired”, according to former CDS General Rick Hillier;

Attended Ridley College, RRMC & RMC and eventually became a pilot;

Played a total of 115 hockey games at the university level for McGill Redmen;

6 Squadron CSL and enrolled in Honours Mathematics;

Enjoys being FOOTLOOSE ON THE RMC CAMPUS from time to time; and

Nearing the 50 year mark  “in uniform”.

Billy Allan: A former University of British Columbia PG student;

Megan Cromarty: Competed at 2009 CF Triathlon National Championship;

Monique Parisien: Called Panet House home from 1992 – 95;

Adrian Erkelens: Served a nine month tour in the Golan Heights;

Andrew Robb: Expert on European battlefields tours;

Ross McKenzie: Has a list of all outdoor monuments at RMC;

Phil Antonsen: Organizes the popular Kingston Branch Book Award Program;

Art Beemer: Has a strong view on “Toasts at Mess Dinners”;

Kayla MacMillan: Maxville, Ontario native who had 4 bars Fall term;

Rod McDonald: Was once Commanding Officer of 408 Goose Squadron;

YT Chan: Would play tennis 52 weeks a year – weather permitting;

Catie Keyser: Attended both the 2009 Legacy Dinner (Kingston) & 2009 Leadership Dinner (Calgary);

Nicholas Vlachopoulos: Created the Green team;

Michel Charron: Former (#101) RMC Club of Canada President;

Josh Fudge: Toiled for the Nepean Raiders prior to RMC;

Colin Crawshaw: Go-to-person for both the 2009 Graduation and 2009 Reunion Weekend;

David Harries: Former Cadet Wing Commander for a high achieving class;

Joel Sokolsky: Has taught at the Canadian Studies Center at SAIS, Dalhousie University and Duke University;

Bob Billings: Was a man who “inspired”, according to former CDS General Rick Hillier;

David Lett: Attended Ridley College, RRMC & RMC and eventually became a pilot;

Chad Blundy: Played a total of 115 hockey games at the university level for McGill Redmen;

Brent Fisher: 6 Squadron CSL and enrolled in Honours Mathematics;

Wynand van der Schee: Enjoys being FOOTLOOSE ON THE RMC CAMPUS from time to time; and

Donald Brown: Nearing the 50 year mark  “in uniform”.