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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Keep your eyes peeled for St. Albert’s newest award-winning screenwriter. 7000 David Haas, 77, a well-known playwright in the region’s live theatre scene, won the inaugural Alberta Screenwriters Accelerator Program award from the Edmonton Short Film Festival.

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Centenarian veteran RCNSE86 Peter Chance survived Battle of the Atlantic, D-Day and Korean War

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A collection of former RMC OCdts. making news headlines near and far.

Alumni Making the News / Des anciens font l’actualité

The articles included below do not represent all military college alumni in the news. If you know of a news-worthy individual that we missed or you’d like to add a story of your own, please contact us at Anna-Michelle.Shewfelt@rmc.ca. Thank you. // Les articles inclus ci-dessous ne représentent pas tous les anciens étudiants des collèges…

Alumni Making the News / Des anciens font l’actualité

Editor’s Note: The articles included below do not represent all military college alumni in the news. If you know of a news-worthy individual that we missed or you’d like to add a story of your own, please contact us at Anna-Michelle.Shewfelt@rmc.ca. Thank you. // Note de l’éditrice: Les articles inclus ci-dessous ne représentent pas tous les anciens…

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(Friday, September 17, 2021) RMC Professor Richard J. Bathurst of the Civil Engineering Department and his co-authors have won the prestigious 2021 ASCE Geo-Institute Thomas A. Middlebrooks Award for the following paper published in the ASCE Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering in the USA: Bathurst, R.J., Allen, T.M., Lin, P. and Bozorgzadeh, N. 2019.…

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