Photo of the Week By Curtis Maynard

A tip of the hat to the following members who just recently updated their Club membership status: Chapeau aux membres suivants qui ont tout récemment mis à jour leur adhésion au Club: 8056 John A McCormick; & 8473 Alan Walker.


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In This Issue 23:

Class Notes

Osteoarthritis in Both Knees, Doesn’t Stop 14962 Sandy Malone (nee Gebhardt)

Ex-Cadets in the News

5 anciens des CMRs descendent en rappel d’un edifice de 24 etages au centre-ville de Montreal / 5 Ex-Cadets from the RMCs rappelled down a 24 story building in Downtown Montreal

Class of ’65 Well Represented During Ukraine’s Presidential Election

Ex-Cadets Abroad – Connecting with: 3506 Ron Capern who lives in Cotacachi, Imbabura, Ecuador

Keeping Tabs

South of the Border Guests Get all the “Canadiana” that they Could Handle

The Next Generation

Catching Up With the News

Odds & Sods From Around the Peninsula…

Little Known Facts:Royal Military College Saint-Jean

Meet Some of Our 212 Partners

Careers / Carrières



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e-Veritas: Reality

Class Number # 2 in the top 10 classes countdown – Class of 1965

Nominations are invited for the 2014 Vimy Award | Nous invitons les nominations pour la Distinction honorifique Vimy 2014


The 2014 Class of 1965 Teaching Excellence Award / Le Prix d’excellence en enseignement de la Promotion 1965

Royal Roads Paverstone Project

17th Annual Legacy Dinner

Golf – Ottawa Branch Annual Tournament – 11 July @ Greensmere Golf Course / Club des Collèges Militaires Canadiens Chapitre d’Ottawa Tournoi de Golf Annuel le vendredi, 11 juillet, 2014 – Au club de golf Greensmere

Business Section


Morale building quotes from Moshe Dayan:

“We are a small nation, but strong.”

“To aim and hit, you only need one good eye, and one good finger.”

“Most important, don’t do anything you don’t want.”

“If you want to make peace, you don’t talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies.”

Moshe Dayan (20 May 1915 – 16 October 1981) was an Israeli military leader and politician. He was the second child born on the first kibbutz. As commander of the Jerusalem front in Israel’s War of Independence, Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (1953–58) during the 1956 Suez Crisis, but mainly as Defense Minister during the Six-Day War, he became to the world a fighting symbol of the new state of Israel.[1] After being blamed by some for the army’s lack of preparation before the outbreak of the 1973 Yom Kippur War, he left the military and joined politics. As Foreign Minister Dayan played an important part in negotiating the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel.