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Canadian Armed Forces Sports Day

RMC leadership on CAF sports day

#CAFSPORTSDAY at RMC, where fitness and sport are key to success!

ALOY attends the Six Nations Veterans Remembrance Day

ALOY is participating at the Six Nations Veterans Remembrance Day Parade

Members of the Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) Squadron attended the Six Nations Veterans Remembrance Day Parade at Ohsweken Veteran’s Park on this weekend. There were many Canadian, American and British aboriginal veterans ‎in attendance. Elder Bernard was the only spiritual leader on the parade. We, at the ALOY Squadron, are proud to have Elder Bernard as our indigenous spiritual leader. His teachings help us to be better men and women in uniform.

2017 Harrier Race

RMC officer cadets and staff start the 2017 Harrier Race

RMC completed its 2017 Harrier Race this weekend! The Harrier Race is a 5 kilometer run that all officer cadets and many staff members competed in each year at RMC.

Women’s Volleyball Finish 4th at Brock Tournament!

Women’s Volleyball Team at RMC

Women’s Volleyball Finish 4th at Brock Tournament! RMC finished with a record of 3 wins and 1 loss at the Brock Tournament on 6-7 October, which included wins over Nipissing, Lakehead and Trent. Kara Stephan played exceptionally well for the Paladins, as she averaged 8 kills per set to help lead RMC to a 4th place finish.

John Bart Awards Dinner 2017

RMC Officer Cadets with Mrs. Bart at the John Bart Awards Dinner

Many of our first year officer cadets were celebrated for their leadership at this year’s John Bart Awards Dinner. More information on the evening provided by e-Veritas: http://bit.ly/2xCmxN6 Photos by: OCdt Louis Saulnier

International Phytotechnology Society Milton Gordon Award

Left to right: Dr. Lee Newman (past president - head of Awards), Dr. Barb Zeeb, Dr. David Tsao (President of the International Phytotechnology Society)

Congratulations to Dr. Barb Zeeb, Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at RMC, who is the 2017 recipient of the International Phytotechnology Society Milton Gordon Award. The Milton Gordon Award is the highest award granted by the Society, it is given to a person who has been recognized over the years as an outstanding researcher, strong proponent of the development of phytoremediation as an applied technology and dedicated teacher/mentor. Congratulations on this recognition and for the promotion of research done at RMC at the international level.

Wall of Honour 2017

Honorary Colonel A. Britton Smith with his plaque

Two new plaques were added to the Wall of Honour this weekend celebrating the lifelong contributions of Honorary Colonel A. Britton Smith and the late Honorary Colonel Leonard Gordon Patrick Lee. Their plaques joined those of 27 previous honourees on the Wall of Honour, which recognizes former cadets and associates of RMC who have made significant contributions to Canada. #RMCRWE17

Arch Memorial Service 2017

Ex-cadets march to the arch for the Arch Memorial Service

RMC’s Reunion Weekend 2017 has officially come to an end with a memorial ceremony, where former cadets and graduates of RMC gathered in remembrance of members of the College community who lost their lives in active service. #RMCRWE17 Photo by: Steve McQuaid, CFB Kingston Base Photo

Bading Parade 2017

RMC Officer cadets on Parade

RMC celebrated our first year officer cadets today at the Badging Parade. This marked the conclusion of the five-week orientation program, where new officer cadets officially enter into the Cadet Wing after receiving their cap badge from members of the “Old Brigade” – a group of former cadets who entered the College at least 50 years ago. #RMCRWE17

Obstacle Course 2017

RMC’s first-year officer cadets complete the Obstacle Course

Congratulations to RMC’s first-year officer cadets on successfully completing a challenging obstacle course that demanded determination, leadership, and teamwork! Bravo-Zulu! #RMCRWE17

Badging Parade Practice

RMC Officer Cadets Practicing for their badging parade

RMC officer cadets practicing for the Badging Parade this Saturday! #RMCRWE17

RMC information booth

RMC information booth

We’re travelling! Come learn more about what RMC has to offer. A RMC information booth will be set up at the following events: • CIMVHR Forum in partnership with the Invictus Games in Toronto (24-26 September) • Education Fair and SCAN Seminars, 8 Wing Trenton (26-28 September) • Education Fair and SCAN Seminars, Royal Canadian Legion (Branch 560) in Kingston (27-29 September)

Cadet Completes CFB Petawawa Ironman competition

picture taken at the 24 kilometre water break of the Ironman

Congratulations Officer Cadet Matthew Choquette on completing the CFB Petawawa Ironman competition! Matthew finished the competition in 7-hours, 1-minute, and 51-seconds, placing him in 10th place out of 222 competitors. B-Z!

RMC and CMR at the Army Run

Group photo members of RMC and CMR with the Commandants in front

This weekend BGen Bouchard, Commandant of RMC and Col Carpentier, Commandant of CMR Saint-Jean / RMC Saint-Jean had the opportunity to bring the two colleges together to complete the Canada Army Run #ArmyRun

Snowbirds at RMC

2 RMC cadets with the CF Snowbirds

This week Snowbird 7, Captain Maciej Hatta came to speak with our 2nd-4th year cadets. This is following the amazing opportunity two cadets had to fly with the Snowbirds during their demonstration in Kingston last weekend.

Passing Off the Square 2017

The 2017 FYOP cadets successfully complete “Passing Off the Square” Passing Off the Square is a confirmation of what the cadets have learned as they reach the half way mark in their First Year Orientation Period (FYOP). The officer cadets are matched in pairs for the ceremony. They begin by marching onto the parade square and must perform a precise drill routine; if an error is made, the first years must run back to their starting positions and try again. The Top 5 (Barmen, cadet leaders of the college) then ask each of the first years a question about the college, which they must answer correctly. These questions can come from our history such as the names of the Old Eighteen (the first class to have ever entered RMC), or something more current at RMC such as the names of our staff.

RMC officer cadets at the Family Fun Fest

RMC cadets supporting the family fun fest 2017

Officer cadets in their second year at RMC are supporting the Kingston Community at "Garrison Kingston Family Fun Fest" #GFFF2017

Welcome class of 2021

 The Commandant, Brigadier-General Sébastien Bouchard, welcomes the class of 2021 this morning at RMC

The Commandant, Brigadier-General Sébastien Bouchard, welcomes the class of 2021 this morning at RMC.

RMC welcomes FYOP Cadets

Colonel Chris Ayotte, Director of Cadets at RMC welcomes the First-Year Cadets

RMC welcomes 350 Officer Cadets as they walk through the Memorial Arch Saturday afternoon! Wishing you all the best as you begin your training and studies! Training at RMC commences with the Memorial Arch Parade, when the new ROTP Cadets march through the Memorial Arch to ceremonially mark their entrance into the Canadian Military Colleges. Upon successful completion of the ROTP program, the graduating Fourth Year Cadets will march out through the Memorial Arch, signifying their completion of ROTP and their entrance into the operation Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army or Royal Canadian Air Force.

ALOY17 Smudge

Members of ALOY participate in Smudge ceremony

The Commandant and the Director of Cadets joined Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) Cadets yesterday in a smudge ceremony performed by First Nations Elder, Bernard Nelson.

RMC welcomes ALOY 2017

Group photo of the 2017 Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) Cadets with their staff

RMC welcomes 2017s Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) Cadets! ALOY is a one-year program designed to expose students of Aboriginal heritage to the military and to train them in key leadership skills. The ALOY program allows participants the opportunity to develop a variety of skill sets while gaining accreditation for further post-secondary education.

Commissionaire Bill Fallows Retires

Group photo of Commissionaire Bill Fallows with his colleagues, the Commandant of RMC, Brigadier-General Sébastien Bouchard and College Chief Warrant Officer Garth Hoegi

Commissionaire Bill Fallows (pictured fourth from the right) received a Commandant’s coin today as the Commandant of RMC, Brigadier-General Sébastien Bouchard and College Chief Warrant Officer Garth Hoegi congratulated Mr. Fallows on his retirement after 55 years in service to his country. Mr. Fallows served time in the Canadian Army as a Radio Operator, the Regimental Sergeant Major at 4 Canadian Division Support Group Signal Squadron, as well as the Base Chief Warrant Officer at CFB Kingston. Following his time in the Canadian Army, Mr. Fallows joined the Commissionaires at the Royal Military College of Canada, working in support of the safety and security of all students and staff. Congratulations on your well-deserved retirement, we look forward to seeing you in the future.

Second-Lieutenant Rabia Soni receives “Best Paper” award

Récipiendaires du Prix du meilleur article à ICONE 25

Congratulations to recent RMC grad 2Lt Rabia Soni on receiving one of five “Best Paper” awards at the ICONE 25 conference!

Award - Dr. Antar

Congratulations to Dr. Yahia Antar on receiving the 2017 IEEE AP-S Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award! Félicitations au Dr. Yahia Antar, récipiendaire du prix d'éducateur distingué Chen-To Tai 2017 de la AP-S de l'IEEE!

Class of 2017

Class 2017

Today we celebrate the hard work and dedication of RMC’s Class of 2017, approximately 300 graduating students. #RMCGrad17

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