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Leadership Changes at 8 Wing Trenton – https://bit.ly/3Pj4QoM 17513 Andrew Soundy, RRMC Class of 1990 the real-life Top Gun – https://bit.ly/3SKAVJ7 8 Wing’s 437 Transport Squadron has a new boss – https://bit.ly/3QppvsD 19171 Lieutenant-General Eric Kenny, CMR RMC Class of 1994 assumes command of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) – https://bit.ly/3pkKAbG Canadian Army Corps,…

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19875 David J Macdonald, RMC Class of 1995 – Appointed Vice President Head of Networks Japan, Warner Bros. Discovery Post merger of Discovery and Warner Media, David Macdonald was confirmed as Vice President Head of Networks Japan, in the newly formed management team of Warner Bros. Discovery.  He will oversee the combined TV portfolio of…

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National Air Force Museum unveils latest exhibit-  Sentry Dogs: Securing Canada’s Nuclear Air Strike Force, explores the RCAF Sentry Dog Program

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A conversation with 26288 Captain Sarabjot Anand (RMC 2015) on Asian Heritage Month – https://bit.ly/3PhOdep 16733 MGen (ret’d) Michel Lalumiere (CMR RMC 1989) is hired by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems to oversee Canadian Operations – https://bit.ly/39HWp7u “I can tell you that as a pilot myself, who was around when we transitioned from the Twin-Huey to…

Deaths

RCNC280 Don Currie, RRMC, 1946 It is with sad hearts and a lifetime of wonderful memories that we share news of Don Currie’s passing on Friday, May 6, 2022. Devoted husband to Sylvia Currie. Loved brother of Alison Ryce. Caring father to Andrea (Jeff), Chris, Brent (Natalie) and loving Grandad to Lauren, Robyn, Icarus, Sam,…

Open letter to the Royal Military College of Canada, Class of 2022 – from the Class of 1988

On the morning that I met my platoon, the second-in-command introduced me.  “Troops, here’s your new officer, Mr. Stevenson.”  He paused, I nodded.  He paused again and said, “remember his face, now carry-on.”  When that moment came, I had no wise or inspiring words to say that fit with the moment.  But over the course of the next three years, I listened to the non-commissioned officers and the soldiers; we grew together as a team, we won competitions, and I grew more comfortable as a leader.

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  26559 Alexander Landry, RMC 2016, An Officer in the Forces, almost a decade in – https://bit.ly/3MDMiyt 19255 Graham Roberts, RRMC 1995,  Welcomed as new fleet Captain for Tall Ships Adventures – https://bit.ly/3LMf00f    

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S151 Hugh Segal in conversation with the Kingstonian Project

Class of 1979 Remembers: Roads Memories – Another One Like the Other One

As we are more physically distanced in these circumstances, I am taken to thinking of past memories. Monika and I live at the west end of the lagoon in front of Royal Roads, and I even have a study nook in the Castle (in a fit of madness a few years ago I embarked on a PhD in Mech Eng through UBC) so I often think of the good times there … and they were, mostly, good times (often, great times!).

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“For more than a decade, I also served in the Canadian army. I was the first immigrant from the former USSR to attend the Royal Military College of Canada. Subsequently, I served in the Royal Canadian Air Force, deploying to the Middle East on military operations, and conducting diplomatic work around the world.”

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