1. J. R. Digger MacDougall on December 9, 2022 at 11:53 am

    Good memories.
    I am never surprised to see how photogenic cadets think they were after a few and how cool it was to have a photo taken with “Mateus” (current year) on the table.

    If you are a student at RMC/CMR and have not got involved in the “Resilience Plus” project/program, contact me and I will explain why you should engage yourself with this life changing program/project that will enhance your leadership performance, trust, knowledge, development and how it will prevent what every officer does not want to be.
    H5276 Digger
    J. R. Digger MacDougall
    President, Ottawa Branch RMC Alumni Association

  2. 6179 Ross Gunn on December 9, 2022 at 12:07 pm

    Interesting that the 1962 curling team photo lists the names of team members in reverse order (or caption should read Right to Left).

  3. Pete Kendell, 8933, Class of 1971 on December 9, 2022 at 2:35 pm

    Nice to see photos of the Royal Roads Carol Service in Hatley Castle. Brings back good memories.

  4. Jean Caron on December 10, 2022 at 10:20 am

    J’ai bien rit en voyant le ‘Red Baron Training school’. Ça m’a rappelé un stunt similaire fait par les boys en admin, probablement en 4e année, qui avaient renversé le pupitre du projecteur à l’envers pour simuler un départ de bobsleigh à quatre. Sergerie (RIP) et compagnie. S’ti qu’on laugh….

  5. Dave Campbell. 6897 on December 10, 2022 at 1:34 pm

    Some of my classmates of ’66 rowed out to the Greek ship and left the “RMC” white paint on it’s bow
    This happened during the Cuban Missile Crisis and I was told a few years later that this ship was anchored off shore to provide electrical energy to the hospitals in event the power grid would fail as a result of a nuclear confrontation.. I cannot confirm this.

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