Final Promotions, Appointments and Releases, General Flag Officers 2023 and other Announcements

Article shared from the Canadian Military Family Magazine:  On March 7, 2024, the Chief of the Defence Staff announced the final promotions, appointments and releases for General Flag Officers 2023 in CANFORGEN 027/24. Referencing CANFORGENS 070/23, 095/23 and 183/23, General Wayne Eyre, Chief of the Defence Staff, said, “I have the privilege to announce the…

Sandra Sukstorf, RMC Class of 1986, First Lady Cadet to be Appointed to the Superior Court in Canada

Article shared from the Government of Canada Website: https://www.canada.ca/en/department-justice/news/2024/02/minister-of-justice-and-attorney-general-of-canada-announces-judicial-appointments-in-the-province-of-british-columbia.html The Honourable Arif Virani, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today announced the following appointments under the judicial application process established in 2016. This process emphasizes transparency, merit, and the diversity of the Canadian population, and will continue to ensure the appointment of jurists…

RSL ANZAC of the Year Awards

The Returned & Services League of Australia (RSL) today announced the recipients of the 2024 RSL ANZAC of the Year Awards. The nominations for the ANZAC Awards are assessed and selected by the National RSL ANZAC Awards Committee whose members include: Chairman – Greg Melick, RSL National President; Paul Singer, Official Secretary to the Governor-General…

Alumni in the News

Congratulations to Col (Ret’d) Nishika Jardine RMC Class of 1986, on being selected as one of Esprit de Corps Military Magazine‘s 2024 Top Women in Defence! For over 40 years, COLONEL (RET’D) NISHIKA JARDINE has been providing outstanding leadership: in the CAF, on boards of directors for community organizations, and now as the Veterans Ombud. In…

Alumni Authors – 20600 Phil Halton, CMR RMC 1997 – Red Warning

20600 Phil Halton CMR RMC 1997,  is a Canadian Army veteran. He is also the author of This Shall be a House of Peace, and Every Arm Outstretched, as well as Blood Washing Blood: Afghanistan’s Hundred-Year War. He recently published a new book Red Warning, available on Amazon here. Description: Afghanistan. 1978.  Lieutenant Mohammed Mirwais Ahmadzai is an…

Alumni in the News

16945 Robert Burke RRMC RMC 1989 named new Barrie Deputy Police Chief – https://www.barrietoday.com/local-news/work-ethic-second-to-none-barrie-police-names-new-deputy-chief-8145314 15737 Bryan Brulotte, CMR 1987 announces his retirement  “It is with great pride that I announce my retirement from the Canadian Army. My military journey began in 1978, with the Cadet movement, and spanned four units, several postings, many deployments, four…

Alumni in the News

S146 General General Raymond Roland Henault, C.M., C.M.M., M.S.C., C.D. (Ret’d) receives Order of Canada – https://www.gg.ca/en/order-canada-appointees-december-2023   Pepper Pod – Beyond Trauma Retreat – https://pepperpod.ca/programs/beyond-trauma/ 18021 Michèle Mullen, CD, RRMC 1991 announces new role as Director General of Military Communications and Space Systems at the Department of National Defence – https://www.linkedin.com/in/mich%C3%A8le-mullen-cd-47635013/ How this military…

Canadian Space Agency astronauts Jenni Gibbons and 22911 Joshua Kutryk RMC Class of 2004, to contribute to future missions, from the International Space Station to the Moon

“It’s about our future; it’s about Canadian prosperity. Our country decided decades ago to invest in space because it helps us solve challenges for Canadians, and we are still driven by this purpose today.”

Deputy Minister and the Chief of Defense Staff present Celebrating Excellence Awards

This year, the Deputy Minister (DM) and Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) are pleased to present 87 deserving recipients with Celebrating Excellence Awards (CEA). These awards represent the highest expression of recognition within our organization and highlight the achievements of exemplary individuals and teams who have provided outstanding service and contribute to the tradition of excellence that the Defence Team continues to uphold.

Meritorious Service Decorations (Military Division)

Created by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 11 June 1984, the Meritorious Service Cross (military division) recognizes a military deed or activity that has been performed in an outstandingly professional manner, according to a rare high standard that brings considerable benefit or great honour to the Canadian Forces.

Alumni in the News

Remembering Nathan Cirillo ( 19894 Erin O’Toole, RMC Class of 1995)

Alumni in the News

17192 Sylvain Leblanc, CMR RMC Class of 1990 awarded Visionary Award from Cyber Security Summit (also the renowned Legacy Dinner Master of Ceremonies for many years) CONGRATULATIONS VISIONARY AWARD HONOREE! ACADEMIC LEADER Sylvain Leblanc Professor and Chair for Cybersecurity Royal Military College of Canada Dr. Sylvain (Sly) Leblanc is a Professor in Computer Engineering at…

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