Issue 008/2006

Numéro 008/2006

In This Issue - Dans ce numéro


Quotation of the Week

There are two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.

Albert Einstein


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In 1980 the first group of Lady Cadets arrived at RMC.  How many arrived to attend I Year? 

Was it:                           a)   24;     b)   28;     c)   32;     or     d)   36

Answer right after Extra Innings below.


To all our female readers: Happy International Women's Day!
À toutes nos lectrices : joyeux jour international de la femme!

RMC Ex Cadets (Women) helping to expand the ranks of the NFTC program in Moose Jaw.


CALIAN - Casual employment for former military employees


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General Milroy was born 25 June 1920 in Brownlee, Saskatchewan. In 1938 he entered the University of Alberta in the School of Commerce and was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Canadian Officers Training Corps in July 1939. 

In August 1941 he joined the Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) in Camp Borden as a Troop Leader and went overseas with the Regiment in November 1941. In July 1942, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and assumed the position of Battle Captain, “A” Squadron. In early 1943 he assumed the position of Acting Squadron Commander “B” Squadron. On 1 December 1943, when the Regiment arrived in Italy, he was promoted Major and confirmed in the position of Squadron Commander.

General Milroy took part in the Melfa River battle, at the end of which he became 2 i/c of the Regiment and theTorrice Crossroads encounter, after which he became Acting Commanding Officer for a short period. He returned to command of “B” Squadron in June 1944 and as such took part in the battle for the Gothic Line. On the night of 1 September 1944, when “B” Squadron was holding a forward position across the river against an enemy attack he was wounded and subsequently evacuated to Naples. He rejoined his Squadron in late October and took part in actions by Porter Force and on the Lamone River.

In February 1945, General Milroy moved with the 1st Canadian Corps to Belgium and then into Holland.  The Regiment took part in the second battle for Arnhem and “B: Squadron took part in the advance from the city to the Ijsselmeer. “B” Squadron ended the war in the village of Warffum on the northeast coast of Holland. In July 1945, he joined the Canadian Army Occupation Force as 2 i/c of the 3rd Battalion of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders. In May 1946, returned to Canada to attend the first one-year Army Staff Course at the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston and on completion was posted to the United States as the first Canadian Liaison Officer to the Headquarters Army Field Forces and completed the airborne course at Fort Benning.

In February 1951, General Milroy returned to Canada to become GSO 2 Armour and in November was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel and posted to the Directing Staff, Camberley Staff Course. In 1954 he attended the British Joint Services Staff College. In December 1954, he returned to Canada to become

GSO Headquarters Eastern Command in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In the fall of 1957 he was appointed Director Public Relations (Army). General Milroy was promoted Colonel in 1960 and appointed Commandant of the Armoured Corps School in Camp Borden. In February 1962, he returned to Ottawa as Army Director of Military Training. 

In 1963, General Milroy was promoted Brigadier and appointed Commander 3 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group with Headquarters in Camp Gagetown. 

In July 1965, he was appointed Commandant, Canadian Army Staff College in Kingston, Ontario. In September 1968, he was promoted Major-General and appointed the Canadian member of the International Team of Observers in Nigeria. On return to Ottawa in February 1969, he set up and assumed command of the Canadian Defence Education Establishments. In 1971 he was posted to Winnipeg to take command of Training Command. 

In the fall of 1952, General Milroy was promoted to Lieutenant-General and assumed command of Mobile Command. In the summer of 1973, he was appointed Assistant Deputy Minister of the newly created Headquarters incorporating both military and civilian personnel management. 

In 1975, General Milroy retired from, active duty at a parade of Strathconas in Sarcee Barracks. He was appointed Colonel of the Regiment (LdSH(RC)) during the period 1971 to 1978 and Honourary Lieutenant-Colonel, Governor General’s Foot Guards, 1980 to 1984. 

General Milroy was a Life Governor of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association and Ashbury College in Ottawa. He had a long association with the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires. He was first elected to the Board of Governors of the Ottawa Division in 1980 and was Chairman of the Division from 1986 to 1988 and was subsequently the National Chairman of the Corps.  In addition, he was Chairman of the Ottawa Salvation Army Advisory Board, a member of the Board of the Ottawa Grace Hospital and Honourary Member of the Royal Military College Club of Canada. 

General Milroy is survived by his loving wife, Ann Tilton Milroy, his daughters Elizabeth and Alexandra, his son Rollin, his grandchildren; Christie and Victoria Arnold and Lillian Milroy, his sisters Marion Hyde and Jean Hennig.


Long Time Royal Roads Professor - Dr. Alan Bricknell

Born in Twickenham, England 28th April, 1913 died in Duncan, BC, 1st March 2006. Attended the Imperial College of Science and Technology in London where he earned a BSc degree in 1934. He came to Canada with his wife June in 1939 and began teaching in both BC and Ontario. He joined the staff of Royal Roads Military College in 1948. In 1954-59 he completed studies at the University of Saskatchewan, obtaining his Masters and PHD degrees in tracer and radiation chemistry. On returning to Royal Roads he was appointed Dean of Science and Engineering in 1961 and remained at the college until his retirement in 1979. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in the U.K. and the Chemical Institute of Canada. During his retirement he was made an honorary life member of the Canadian Military Colleges ex-cadet Club, and was awarded an honorary D Mil Sc. Degree by RRMC. He maintained an active interest and association with Royal Roads until its closure in

1995. Alan was very fortunate in the many friendships which he made during his working life, both colleagues and students, and he always their continued interest and support.  

He was predeceased by his wife of 57 years in 1996. They had one daughter Margaret Bricknell. He is also survived by relatives in England. Alan spent the last months of his life at Cerwydden Care where he was looked after with dedication and every possible attention to his needs by the marvelous staff.

He was also fortunate to have been cared for, for more than twenty years by Dr. L.W. Roy whom he liked and respected. 

There is no funeral or any service at Alan's request. Flowers gratefully declined. Arrangements by First memorial Funeral Services, Duncan.



Flashback 1962:  Cadets Pulled No Punches
With The "Higher-Ups" & a Rhodes Scholarship

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What's Happening Around the College?

IV Year Cadet, Brent Maurice, Earns OUA East Division Second Team Honour For 2nd Straight Year

Brent Maurice, OUA Hockey All Star - two years in a row.

23496 Officer Cadet, Brent Michael Charles Maurice (RMC ’06) was named to the OUA Division Second Team defense last week. Maurice toiled in all 24 RMC league games scoring 6 goals (five on the power play) and assisted on 15 others for a total of 21 points. 

Maurice has been a highly respected player in the OUA for all his four years but has really blossomed and matured as a leader over the past two campaigns. He also earned Second Team All Star Honours last season. A feat never accomplished by an Officer Cadet at the varsity level in OUA hockey for the past 25 seasons!  

Last season Brent also had six tallies (three on the power play) and had 11 helpers in only 14 games. Last season was abbreviated for this two way All Star,

due mainly to a severe angle injury, he sustained during action early in the season. For a good part of his 14 played league games he pretty well competed on a “leg and a half”.   For the past two OUA campaigns, “Beamer” as he is fondly referred to by his team-mates and fans, averaged exactly a point a game – 38 points in 38 league games. (No stats are available for Years I & II.) 

Excellent numbers for a forward – outstanding for a defenseman!  He maintained this point a game pace in the play-offs, assisting on two power play markers in the two games they lost to UQTR in post season play. 

Well done, Officer Cadet Brent Michael Charles Maurice!


Vice Admiral Terry M. Cross – Will visit RMC next week

Vice Admiral Terry M. Cross

The Dean of Arts is pleased to announce a presentation by Vice-Admiral Terry Cross, the Vice Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, at RMC on 13 March 2006, in Currie Hall from 1340-1530. Admiral Cross will speak on recent domestic and international US Coast Guard operations. Admiral Cross has extensive operational, intelligence and counter-drug operations experience. He was involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom and also served as Commander, US Coast Guard Pacific Area, where he was responsible for an area of 73 million square miles, from the West Coast of the United States to the Far East. The presentation promises to be both informative and interesting. All RMC personnel and readers of e-Veritas are invited to attend. Dress is dress of the day. 

Click here for bio: Vice Admiral Terry M. Cross

Le doyen des Arts a le plaisir d’annoncer que le Vice-amiral  Terry  Cross, Vice-commandant de la Garde côtière américaine donnera une communication au C.M.R.,  le 13 mars 2006, au Currie hall, de 13 h 40 à 15 h 30. L’Amiral Cross  parlera des récentes opérations militaires que les Etats-Unis ont effectuées tant dans son pays qu’à l’étranger. L’Amiral a une vaste expérience dans les domaines de l’intelligence et de la lutte contre la drogue. Il a aussi participé à la libération de l’Iraq  et il a servi comme commandant de la Garde côtière américaine dans le Pacifique. À ce titre, il assurait la sécurité sur un vaste territoire qui s’étendait de la côte ouest des Etats-Unis à l’Extrême-Orient. La présentation de l’Amiral sera certainement très instructive et intéressante. Le personnel du C.M.R. et tous nos lecteurs sont invités à y assister.  La tenue vestimentaire est la tenue du jour.  

RMC Band Concert in Kingston

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The Class of 2008 and the RMC Band Present: 

The RMC Band Concert in Scarlets
Sunday, March 19th at 2 p.m.
Duncan McArthur Hall, Queen's University
511 Union Street (corner Sir John A.)

Tickets available at The Grand Theatre Box Office
185 Sydenham Street  (former ScanDesign Linen Store) 530-2050

Adults $15: Seniors, Students and Children: $10

All proceeds to the Partners in Mission Food Bank

La promotion de 2008 et la Musique du CMR présentent: 

La Musique du CMR en concert
Le dimanche 19 mars à 14h
Théâtre Duncan McArthur, Université Queen's

511 Rue Union (intersection Sir John A.)

Billets disponibles à la billetterie du "Grand Théâtre" 185 rue Sydenham (anciennement ScanDesign)

Adultes: 15$, Aînées, étudiants et enfants: 10$

Au profit de la banque alimentaire "Partners in Mission" de Kingston

7th Canadian Conference on Ethical Leadership
7ième Conférence canadienne sur la dimension éthique du leadership

"Ethical Behaviour in an Environment of Chaos and Complexity"

28-29 November 2006

At the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario


The Canadian Forces Leadership Institute and the Royal Military College of Canada on behalf of the Canadian Defence Academy, in conjunction with the Defence Ethics Program are pleased to announce the 7th Canadian Conference on Ethical Leadership.  This conference will focus on the chaotic and complex security environment in which the Canadian military and its allies are called to serve. The aim of the call for paper is to seek proposals that cover a number of sub-themes that are provided to facilitate the participation of researchers, scholars, practitioners and professionals.

More information is available on the Conference site at




Appel de proposition de projets  

"Comportement éthique dans un environnement complexe et chaotique"

28-29 novembre 2006

Au Collège Militaire Royal du Canada Kingston, Ontario 


L’Institut de Leadership des Forces canadiennes et le Collège militaire royal du Canada, au nom de l’Académie canadienne de la Défense, et en collaboration avec le Programme d’éthique de la Défense sont heureux d’annoncer la 7ième Conférence canadienne sur la dimension éthique du Leadership.  Le thème de la conférence de cette année porte sur l’environnement de sécurité complexe et chaotique dans lequel les militaires canadiens et leurs alliés sont appelés à servir.

Cette conférence propose des sous-thèmes afin de faciliter la participation de chercheurs et chercheuses, de spécialistes, et de praticiens et praticiennes à soumettre des propositions de communication.

Des informations supplémentaires sont disponibles sur le site de la conférence

Bulletin de l’Escadre Saint-Jean

Le Major-général Andrew Leslie

Souper bénéfice de la Fondation des anciens du C.M.R.                                                       29 mars 2006
CMR Ex-Cadet Foundation Benefit Dinner

(Club Saint-Denis, Montréal)

Le Major-général Andrew Leslie sera le conférencier invité.

Il nous parlera de son expérience en Afghanistan alors qu’il était commandant de la Force opérationnelle à Kaboul et commandant adjoint de la Force internationale d’assistance à la sécurité, une mission dirigée par l’OTAN. Le titre de sa conférence est : “Boots on the ground”.  (Le Général parle français) 

Major-General Andrew Leslie will be the guest speaker. He will talk about his experience in Afghanistan when he was Commander Task Force Kabul and Deputy Commander of the NATO led International Security Assistance Force.  The title of his conference is “Boots on the ground”.  

For Reservations contact: 
Pour faire votre réservation, communiquez avec:
Hélène Ladouceur - 450-358-6777 ext 5928

Tournoi de golf bénéfice de la Fondation des anciens du C.M.R.                                               1 juin 2006

CMR Ex-Cadet Foundation benefit golf tournament(Club de golf de Saint-Jean)

Roméo Dallaire 

Le Défi du Général – activité « boot camp » présidée par le Lgén (ret.)                                          3 juin 2006

R. Dallaire dans le cadre d’une levée de fonds pour les musées de Saint-Jean

Allez jeter un coup d’œil sur le Défi 2005 (

Musée du Fort Saint-Jean
15, rue Jacques-Cartier Nord
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC
Telephone:  450-358-6500 poste 5769
Fax:  450-358-6909

Pourrez-vous relever « le défi du Général »? 

Le 3 juin 2006 se tiendra à Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu la deuxième édition du « défi du Général », une compétition amicale unique en son genre, où s’affronteront des équipes amateures provenant d’entreprises diverses. Il s’agit d’une journée ludique de défis physiques et intellectuels, mettant à l’épreuve l’endurance, la débrouillardise, la logique et le leadership des participants.  Ceci devrait vous rappeler la course à obstacles de votre jeune temps. 

Cette activité parrainée par le Général Roméo Dallaire sert une bonne cause, celle du financement des activités des musées de Saint-Jean. En effet, les fonds amassés lors de cette activité seront versés à la campagne de financement Pour l’avenir de notre passé, menée conjointement par le Musée du Fort Saint-Jean (sur le site de l’ancien CMR) et Le Musée du Haut-Richelieu, afin d’aider les deux institutions à poursuivre leurs missions de sauvegarde et de mise en valeur du patrimoine de la région. Le Lieutenant-général Roméo A. Dallaire (retraité) est le président d’honneur de cette campagne, à laquelle collaborent déjà de nombreux citoyens soucieux de la vie culturelle richelaine.

L’événement aura lieu au Campus Saint-Jean et la population est invitée à venir encourager les participants sur place à partir de 8h00, et ce, toute la journée. Les équipes devront compléter un parcours difficile, croisement de Fort Boyard et d’un « Bootcamp » militaire. Elles devront traverser des épreuves physiques (comme une course en kayak sur la rivière Richelieu) et intellectuelles (comme des énigmes qui ne seront pas dévoilées à l’avance, évidemment!) et devront faire preuve, tout au long du parcours, d’unité, d’astuce et de leadership. 

Si vous croyez que vous et vos collègues pouvez former une équipe gagnante, capable de se démarquer, c’est le temps de vous inscrire. Vous aurez bien sûr le plaisir sain de vous dépasser, de vous mesurer à vous-mêmes, mais, pour ajouter un peu de piquant, pourquoi ne pas lancer un défi à une entreprise rivale ?   L’animation de cette journée sera assurée par le groupe Domisa, partenaire de la campagne Pour l’avenir de notre passé. 

Pour toute information supplémentaire, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec l’équipe de la campagne de financement Pour l’avenir de notre passé au (450) 347-0649 ou avec Hélène Ladouceur (450) 358-6777 poste 5928. 



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Catching Up With the News!

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22824 "Lt Jon Setlack (RMC ’04) pictured with the Hawk CT-155 on which he earned his wings last week in Moose Jaw SK.  He will soon commence training to become an instructor on the Harvard II."

BGen Jocelyn Lacroix

Commandant Among Meritorious Service Decorations 


At press time, we were aware of at least six Ex Cadets whose name appeared on the 56th ORDER OF MILITARY MERIT LIST: 

Appointed as Commanders

11363 MGen J.C.M. Gauthier (RMC ' 77) 12320 MGen W.J. Natynczyk (CMR '79)  Also awarded the Meritorious Service Cross    

Appointed as Officers:

12285 Commodore R.W. Greenwood (RMC '79) 12966 Col J.M.M. Hainse (CMR '82) 13634 LCol J.J.A. Hamel (RMC '82) 16985 Maj S.L. McIntosh
(RR '89)

3 Top Aces

Walter Dorn, PhD, Associate Professor

Bloody start to the military's takeover of Kandahar region

23257 SLT Caleb Walker
(RMC ’05)

. . . in the news Triggering avalanches for safer mountain pass

Moose Jaw FLYERS (Including Ex Cadets) Capture Prairie Small Base Hockey Championship
We pick-up our news sources from wherever we can. Readers are encouraged to forward any item on an Ex Cadet, former staff member from any of the three military colleges.  College number & photo will make our life a lot easier.

Cintas is a major recruiter of transitioning military personnel seeking enthusiastic, dedicated, committed, leaders who are looking for advancement based upon performance.




Tommy Smart Cup


"Given by his classmates, The Class of 1927, in memory of Gentleman Cadet Thomas William Smart, who was killed on the football field, during practice, on 12 October 1926.  The Cup is awarded annually to the best all round male athlete during the current College year."

The Immortal Cadet

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Click here for a list of Tommy Smart recipients dating back to 1928.


Où sont-ils?  Que font-ils?

Where are they now?  What are they doing?

De temps à autre, e-Veritas mettra en vedette un Ancien, un membre du personnel d'autrefois et ou un ami du Collège.  Ces articles seront reproduits dans le langage reçu et rarement traduits.  Nous invitons nos lecteurs à soumettre des articles a dans la langue de leur choix. From time to time, E-Veritas will focus on an Ex cadet; former staff member; and / or a friend of the college. Articles will be reproduced in the language received and in most cases not translated.  We invite readers to submit articles to in the language of their choice.


  We get e-mails . . . 

I have just finished enjoying the March 1 version of e-Veritas, and was astonished to see a description of the last game of football I ever played, at Bishop's University on Thankgiving weekend in 1969.  From the game films we determined later that the person most likely responsible for the severe concussion that ended my "career" was Larry Smith, the fullback for Bishops.   

In the many public discussions about head injuries among athletes since then I have had the opportunity to tell people that story and the follow-up by the military doctor.  He simply said "no further contact sports."  People asked whether I followed that advice.  I have always had to explain that it wasn't "advice", and that my body, including the head part, was at the pleasure of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II in right of Canada. 

The newsletter is as interesting as ever.  Thanks for the memory, Bill. 

8439 Sunny Marche (RMC ’70)

Greetings Bill and Rolande.

You do a marvelous job of producing the e - Veritas Newsletter.  Many thanks for your superb effort.

In Issue 007/2006 "More on WOI Coggins" #4110 T.K. Morton (RMC'58) referred to Coggins oft-repeated post-parade lament.  Those of us who were at the College in the Autumn of 1952 will remember how we practised day-in-day-out for what must have been weeks in preparation for the visit of the then Princess Elizabeth and Prince Phillip.  Following our best-effort "Royal" parade on the freshly-paved square, Coggins, for the first and only time, in my recollection at least, reversed his famed exhortation:  "With regard to your parade ... O'ive seen worse, O'ive seen bettah ...but not much!"  And he made us feel that he really meant it and I believe he really did.  Great
man, he was.

Aus Cambon (#3201 - Class of '50-'54)

I do enjoy receiving the link to the newsletter.  As I move into retirement, please update my e-mail address as follows:  

Thank you, 

16145 Mark Soper (RMC ’87)

Brigitte Vachon is trying to reach her classmates from the class of '84.  I too would like to speak to Brigitte and all other ladies who entered RMC or CMR in 1980 as I am trying to write a book about the first women to go to RMC/CMR. 

I request that Brigitte and any other women who entered the Colleges in 1980 contact me.  I will be able to help out with contacts.  My contact info:


Phone: (613) 541-5010 extn 5931 

15566 Helga Grodzinski (Rausch) (RMC '86)

Vous pouvez continuer de me faire parvenir le courrier.  Mon garçon fréquente l'école de St-Jean-sur-Richelieu 


 Dominique Corneau
 Père de l'él.of. Mathieu Corneau



Extra Innings
Manches supplémentaires

Bill and Rolande

Classy McGill Coach on his way to CIS Championship.

Martin Raymond

Congratulations to the McGill Redmen and in particular Coach Martin Raymond for capturing a berth at the CIS Hockey Championship later this month in Edmonton.  McGill defeated UQTR two straight, the second game in double O.T. to earn the honour.  

Readers familiar with OUA hockey realize just how tough it is to earn a spot in this championship.  While we were involved with OUA hockey for 10 years as Convenor, we had a great deal of “one on one” with all 16 coaches each season.  Some of the toughest decision we had to make involved McGill, many (most) of them did not go in their favour.  Even though he usually came up on the short end of a decision, Coach Raymond, each and every time showed his Class and respect.  He also won OUA Coach of the Year honours for the second straight season and the third time since he has been coaching at McGill.

We wish Martin and his Redmen the best of luck at the CIS National Championship.

Félicitations aux Redmen de McGill et en particulier à l’entraîneur chef, Martin Raymond, pour avoir gagné une place au championnat de Sport interuniversitaire canadien, SIC, de hockey, plus tard en mars, à Edmonton.  L’équipe de McGill a battu UQTR en deux joutes et la dernière en deux périodes supplémentaires afin de se mériter cet honneur. 

Les lecteurs familiers avec le hockey SUO réalisent à quel point il est difficile d’atteindre une position à ce championnat.  Au cours des 10 années en tant que commissaire SUO, pour le hockey, nous avons eu chaque saison plusieurs « tête à tête » avec chacun des 16 entraîneurs chef.  Quelques-unes de nos décisions les plus difficiles concernaient McGill et la plupart d’entre elles n’étaient pas à l’avantage de leur équipe.  Même si les décisions n’allaient pas souvent en sa faveur, Martin Raymond s’est toujours comporté avec distinction et respect.  Il fut nommé SUO entraîneur chef de l’année pour deux saisons consécutives et pour la troisième fois à titre d’entraîneur chef de McGill.


Trivia Answer: 

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"Many Hands - make the burden light".   « L’aide de plusieurs rend la tâche facile »

S125 Bill & S134 Rolande Oliver


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Articles d’intérêt national ou local qui ne sont pas disponibles à la majorité de nos lecteurs seront reproduits dans e-VERITAS.  Nous produirons aussi des articles dans l’une des deux langues officielles soumis par les élèves officiers et le personnel du Collège sur la vie actuelle au CMR.  Nous offrirons de temps à autre de courtes anecdotes sur les élèves officiers, les Anciens et les membres du personnel d’hier et d’aujourd’hui. Nous encourageons les lecteurs de e-VERITAS à soumettre des articles dans l’une ou l’autre des deux langues officielles à  En particulier des articles récents sur « Où sont-ils présentement? » seraient grandement appréciés.

e-VERITAS est un supplément et NON une substitution pour VERITAS la revue populaire du Club des CMR imprimée et distribuée aux membres en règle, par la poste, trois fois par année.