yardarm WITH THE SENIOR STAFF MESS IN THE BACKGROUND

yardarm WITH THE SENIOR STAFF MESS IN THE BACKGROUND

SAWYER BUILDING - ONE OF THE MAIN ACADEMIC BUILDINGS

SAWYER BUILDING - ONE OF THE MAIN ACADEMIC BUILDINGS

SAWYER BUILDING

SAWYER BUILDING

cataraqui river frozen over

cataraqui river frozen over

fort frederick over looking kingston harbour

fort frederick over looking kingston harbour

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Yeo hall - sword

Yeo hall - sword

yeo hall. yeo hall served as the mess hall for the cadets at the college, but also had several conference rooms; the wing duty cadet duty room; the “new gym” upstairs which was used for formal balls, dances and talent night as well as INSPECTIONS/drill squads which were punishments awarded as deemed appropriate; the mess annex in the back room; and in the basemen, the canex and the barbershop, where barbers were known to have completed as many as 20 haircuts an hour on nights before parades. the second floor also had halls leading from fort lasalle to fort champlain to fort haldimand (from e-veritas)

yeo hall. yeo hall served as the mess hall for the cadets at the college, but also had several conference rooms; the wing duty cadet duty room; the “new gym” upstairs which was used for formal balls, dances and talent night as well as INSPECTIONS/drill squads which were punishments awarded as deemed appropriate; the mess annex in the back room; and in the basemen, the canex and the barbershop, where barbers were known to have completed as many as 20 haircuts an hour on nights before parades. the second floor also had halls leading from fort lasalle to fort champlain to fort haldimand (from e-veritas)

THIS STATUE OF A CADET WAS PRESENTED TO THE COLLEGE AS PART OF THE 1976 CENTENNIAL YEAR CELEBRATIONS BY THE RMC CLUB OF CANADA AND ALMOST IMMEDIATELY BECAME THE PERFECT FOILS FOR SKYLARKS, INCLUDING BEING DRESSED AS A WOMAN; DRESSED AS QUEENS STUDENT AND DRESSED AS AN ABORIGINAL BY THE ALOY INDIGENOUS CADETS DURING THEIR SUMMER TRAINING. THE STATUE WAS QUICKLY GIVEN THE NICKNAME “BRUCIE”, A MONIKER THAT HAS STUCK EVER SINCE. PROBABLY ONE OF THE FAVOURITE PHOTOS OPS IS TO STAND BY THE STATUE AND ADOPT A SIMILAR POSE, THIS TIME BY LEE LAMONT WHO HAD JUST COME TO RMC IN 1977 AFTER SPENDING TWO YEARS AT RRMC

THIS STATUE OF A CADET WAS PRESENTED TO THE COLLEGE AS PART OF THE 1976 CENTENNIAL YEAR CELEBRATIONS BY THE RMC CLUB OF CANADA AND ALMOST IMMEDIATELY BECAME THE PERFECT FOILS FOR SKYLARKS, INCLUDING BEING DRESSED AS A WOMAN; DRESSED AS QUEENS STUDENT AND DRESSED AS AN ABORIGINAL BY THE ALOY INDIGENOUS CADETS DURING THEIR SUMMER TRAINING. THE STATUE WAS QUICKLY GIVEN THE NICKNAME “BRUCIE”, A MONIKER THAT HAS STUCK EVER SINCE. PROBABLY ONE OF THE FAVOURITE PHOTOS OPS IS TO STAND BY THE STATUE AND ADOPT A SIMILAR POSE, THIS TIME BY LEE LAMONT WHO HAD JUST COME TO RMC IN 1977 AFTER SPENDING TWO YEARS AT RRMC