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Letter from the Minister of National Defence, to RRMC Graduates It is my great pleasure, as Minister of National Defence, to congratulate all the 1991 graduates of Royal Roads Military College on behalf of the Canadian Government and the people of Canada. Those of you who have walked from the parade square as fully commissioned Officers in the Canadian Forces are no doubt eager to get on with your duties in these dynamic times. As you go forward, have confidence in your training and in yourselves, for this will help you surmount the obstacles that lie before you in your chosen careers. A vous, jeunes femmes et jeunes hommes, qui poursuivez vos etudes, je vous invite a perseverer dans l'effort et a profiter pleinement de vos annees de formation. L'excellence a bati la reputation de votre college et s'est maintenue au fil des ans. Vous n'avez qu 'a vous inspirer des cinquante dernieres annees a Royal Roads, annees faites a la fois de traditions et de changements, pour apprendre, et ensuite transmettre aux cadets des cinquante prochaines annees, "la verite, Ie devoir et la valeur". Au cours de l'annee ecoulee, deux evenements en particulier - la crise d'Oka et la crise du Golfe - ont mis fortement en evidence Ie devouement et les capacites des f~mmes et des hommes qui constituent les Forces canadiennes. A Oka, en remplissant une mission difficile d'aide au pouvoir civil, nos Forces ont demontre une remarquable discipline et beau coup de professionnalisme dans des conditions tres eprouvantes. Dans Ie Golfe, nos Forces ont accompli leur devoir avec courage et efficacite. Elles ont prouve qu'elles etaient a meme de jouer un role effectif dans des operations de securite collective. I hope that you find inspiration in the Canadian Forces' tradition of excellence, so ably demonstrated during both of these operations. We will call on your leadership, your innovation, and your energy, as young officers, to deal with many of the challenges facing this nation. During your career, you and your actions will help determine how much of the world sees Canada. This is a heavy responsibility, but I am confident you will carry it well. Gardez tout cela en memoire et soyez certains que votre engagement a defendre notre pays nous rend tous tres fiers! Encore une fois, je vous adresse mes felicitations pour vos succes et mes voeux de reussite pour l'avenir.

L'honorable Marcel Masse Ministre de la Defense nationale

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"Let us never forget that, whether we will it or not, tradition is being made every day. It falls on us to see to it what we fashion daily justifies the high hopes of the past and gives promise for the future." This remark made by a former Commandant some years ago, particularly rings true now as I reflect on the many accomplishments and successes of the past year. The Fiftieth Anniversary celebrations and the many changes incorporated in our training program, had the potential of upsetting what had become a well established and ordered routine at Royal Roads. Yet, I was very pleased to see that both cadets and members of the staff were true to form and met these challenges in the finest of spirit that we have grown accustomed to at Royal Roads. I believe these changes to be a necessary evolution as we strive to better prepare our future officers for what lies ahead. In my view, much of the credit goes to the members of the Graduating Class . You have made your mark at the College and should be proud of the legacy you have left behind. A nos laureats, c'est pour moi un immense plaisir de me joindre a tout Ie personnel du college et vous souhaiter Ie

meilleur des succes. Sans doute, vous avez appris beaucoup durant votre sejour a Royal Roads et saurez mettre en pratique vos connaissances pour vaincre les defis auxquels vous ferez face durant votre carriere. Egalement, je profite de l'occasion pour feliciter tous ceux qui nous quittent a la fin de la deuxieme annee et vous souhaite bon succes da ns vos etudes l'an prochain. Je suis convaincu que votre stage sur la cote de I'ouest fut agreabJe et formateur. My tour at Royal Roads is rapidly cOming to an end. This appointment has been without a doubt the highlight of my career. I am very thankful and feel privileged to have had the opportunity to be part of this important task that of preparing young Canadians for effective service in the Canadian Forces. I thank all of you for your support, your encouragement and loyalty. Bonne chance and God bless! TRUTH, DUTY, VALOUR. C. Naud Colonel Commandant 5


The 1990/91 academic year covered part of the 50th year anniversary celebrations of Royal Roads Military College including an Open House, a special Fall Convocation and U,e introduction of Space Science as part of the double major and general science programs, and History and Literature as the third stream in the BA (Military and Strategic Studies) program. In the last fifteen ;,ears the academic programs at this College have evolved and now include major and honours programs in Psycology in both Arts and Science, general and honours programs in Military and Strategic Studies with three streams, combined major and honours programs in Physics, Computer Science, Oceanography and Space Science and joint concentrations in PhYSics, Computer Science, Oceanography, Space Science, Psycology and Engineering Science. All of these programs are relevant to most classifications in the Canadian Forces. Cadets should be aware of the excellent education that they are receiving at Royal Roads. Cadets can easily obtain "personalized" academic advice in choosing courses for registration from Faculty Advisors or the Registrar whereas at many universities an impersonal "touch tone" telephone registration system is in place. The numbers of cadets scheduled to take lectures, laboratory sections of seminars in any course at this Univeristy are much lower than at civilian universities where class sizes may be in the hundreds particularly at the first and second year levels. Faculty are available and willing to assist cadets with academic problems during the daytime or at evening tutorials. All courses offered at this during University are scheduled daytime whereas at civilian universities it is not uncommon for students to have a course or two during the late afternoon or evening because of the scheduling situation. tight Unfortunately there will be some cadets who do not realize how lucky they are at Royal Roads until after they leave. I wish the graduating class of 1991 well in their future careers in the Canadian Forces. You have been well prepared at this University. Dr. John S. Mothersill

Principal's Message


Royal Roads this year gave a wet, cold, but heartfelt welcome to our new Vice Commandant, Naval Commander J erry H.S . Gadd. The DCadets was happy to be forced to volunteer to test run the Recruit Term Obstacle Course proving once again that 'Duty is the great business of the Sea Officer, all private consideration must give way to it no matter how painful, exhausting, messy, and long it is.' Commander Gadd gave us the excellent example that, s miling or drowning, one's patience should be inexhaustible ... well, at least he always made it look that way.

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Ah yes, Recruit Term, Military Colleges most loved tradition. Loved by the Seniors that is.


Ah, Recruit Term. Those crazy, hazy days of panic drllls, meal musters, and combat runs. What Junior Cadet will ever forget those two weeks in late summer, where reality was replaced with blaring panic music, and meals in the mess were actually considered relaxing? WIll any former Recruit ever manage to NOT roll their socks into sausages, or tape down shirts to a drawer? For decades to come, ex-Royal Roads cadets will easily be recoJtnjzed by their willingness to re-m8ke a bed seven times in 10 minutes, or their complete horror towards a sentence that puts the words "kit" and "muster" together. The experience of Recruit Term is not easily explained, nor understood. How could two people with small gold pieces of metal on their shoulders actually make 20 other people go for a shower in platic raincoats? How could the mere mention of the words" 3 for 1 Day" strike fear and terror into so many? Where else but in these two weeks of alter-reality would lowly Recruits have to label their nametags, and create alphabet letters out of blankets? In the weird, strange world of "Rook Term", nothing was as it seemed. For instance, who ever thought that shelves were for putting stuff on? Who invented floorboards, and what Is their purpose? And who ever thought that water has a rightful place in your sink? Yes, us Rooks had a lot to learn about Wallyworld, and Its alien, foreign traditions. One thing which was quickly, universally known was each squadron's respective "bagmasters". Rooks soon learned to fear m Yr. Noordhoff's across-the-mess eagle eyes, Mr. Bjornson's gleeful grin, and Mr. Gray's hair-raising drlll voice. Worse still was the stealthy members of Wing HQ, whose sole purpose for surfacing in flJght halls was to test the hapless recruit's knowledge of the bar alate.

Words took on new m~. "Mark time" , a fairly harmless phrase at BOTe, was suddenly equated to Wbfg time punishment" at Roads. "HIdeously late" was being approximately 1.5 seconds

40

over a time limit. Being "generous" for a esc was giving the tumt a whole 2.5 minutes to take a shower. And "bags of time" was (gasp!) a whopping 3 minutest One of the highlights of Rook Term was the Sports Event with the mini-obstacle course, and tug-of-war. The third, mostly unofficial event that dsy was "flag-stealing", where flights and squadrons swarmed onto each other all for the sake of capturing rival ~. There were more casualties in tIiIs event then in any other that dayl Soon, fight and squadron ~ were bein,Q: protected by massive walls 01 menacing recruits, all intent on keeping their respective colors, and maybe grabbing somebody else's along the way. top off all this fun and excitement, the Recruit Obstacle Course was created. For some combat-arms types, this was the hlghllght of Rook Term, as sections ploughed their way throulO1 mud, dirt, sluc4(e, and grim-to fiopefu11y fln1sh willi everyone still intact and alive. Team spirit really caught on here, even when you IDisOlt have been one of the wUorttmate "human bridges" who got 14 combat boot imprints on your headl After this supreme 'bag drive' relief swept over the newly promoted "Junior Cadets'. No more panic drillsl No more sub-human treatment! But we were wrong. We were Just beglnn1ng to "live the adventure.....

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Yes, whether we want them to or not. Recruit Term memories will always be fresh in our minds. We can try to forget, but all that's needed Is a panic song played casually on the radio, or a repetit10n of the phrase "Get out herel Get out here nowl", and those two weeks will flood back into memory. Those minutes and seconds spent as fled.lafn.l(, hapless recruits will no douot lielp mold us into better Canadian Forces Officers. AJJ the old saying goes, "You can take the cadet out of the college, but you can't take the college out of the cadet". Long after we say good-bye to Roads, we will still fastidiouSly fraust off our gold braid epaulettes, cut our toast in half, and repeat to our subordinates - "I'd best see some panicl".


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year you must be verypum~ up You must run tnrough the very long strong ~, and eyes :k olyour bead. You must foam neat off your brow like us, 'IbIs Is IIret year. be ready, but here IIret ... 110 you lose recruit.


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ARTS

ONTARIO


BRODIE, KD CARTIERIFRASER ONTARIO

DOUCET, RG BRUNSWICK

ARTS

AnTS

LASAlLE

NEW

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fll il women tick. after hi, short but very active

rellfionlhip WJ1t1 tNt horrid woman in Nanaimo, howMr it soon .ndad wrth • very profound DUMP.

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CALGARY, ALTA

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ENGINEERING

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In your tutu.,

lAlDNDE, KA FRASER KAPASKASING, ON

ENGINEERING

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NEGENMAN. RH HUDSON ABBOTSfORD. BC

ENGINEERING

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ARTS

Co,", MldllUd, ~II' "Smokey Itle Bear, Adon, Pee

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assortment 01 foofWW, tVs FULL moust.tche and hls

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SCIENCE

LONOOH,

SAtES, JP CHAMPlAIN

ARTS

VICTORIA, BC.

SCHlru, NP LOG ADVO CARTIER ART'S AlTA

STOCKTOfj, S FRASER

BC.

SCHUEWINSKY, KJA VANCOlNER, 8C

FRASER

SCIENCE

'5<:hlu' W!lO NJ~ OUl 01 wne 10 us or1glnalt; as a

year when he came down mistaken as 8&r1 Simpson, ...,,, •.•• -.,-,be • very respoctfve member

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ENGiNeERING

UTPM SOH

ARTS

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ScancWs.


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COMOX, BC

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ENGINEERING

HAUFAX, NS

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HUDSON

SCIENCE

THOMPSON, RC UTPt.I SON ARTS Of{TARIO

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ENGINEERING

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"YI"'IuplDClnlr1elUS1lDspMdmo" tl",.'IrlItl IIf 'guo', whIct1 she kMnoty nlmed Shtthead. Ao~ name fun arose dur1r;g RecruttTlrm, whon i

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01 thI wonderful I'IlIrkInlhlp ,he

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I\as deflnttely been a change: moved 10 fr-.ser, ~nn. drummer. earrlrum-plertlng IS part 01 me holr, IIld the reason the"' was iI wemen" IlII<ybaJ1 \aim - Bli Allin ~I ~ seem. Moy wroached 100 quicldy, but thb 2:0\!n1;' ~\ill r.WuI

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~~n~,:~~~'~:::srre!'ci~~~~~~~r :hoice, aJtl'lough there Is not mucfl do...ui M out. 5&1 you thlrt.

ro.~G wilt

HAliFAX, NS

TITHONG, Tl.

CHAMPlAIN

ARTS

TAYLOR,OL HUDSON BRmSH COLUMBIA

ENGINEERING

~~"n~~~,:':~~~~ ~~=~sfrom

location prompted him to become par1 of the Wdno

legend whose

never I!Indlng bl!lflr \uzzjlng qllesl

WJS

~: ~r~ ~~cir~.~;:wh:ro9~~ from hi! pr8Vlous sport 15 I rugby piayl!lr. In hIS

:~~~~~~I(:~ :~~~~~:es

sadistic

pleasUI'1

in ~llnQ 'pellr Irench women.

=~/:~Im~~~r~ilk:~~ ~~I\MII

urta5m. and his colourful comments about the prof'. p&rents upon getting his IMts back! Thls

:rMm:~ ~,~Z1IR~~~,:7: ~.o~~ RMCfoflhinlyur.


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WEBER, MA

fRASER

ARTS

TOROIITO, ON

WOOLfORD, Bl

lASAU.E

ARTS

BRANCOH, MAH

=~~:I>IOC::~,:!,:~ ~:;rt~ ~Bad<"': ~

ReI.Irve 111 ~oba. Mufty lumtd many Wit cntS. One of whdllCl'IOts Ihrough me hail, 'Hey Man" tonowtd by. ,Mlldng LauQh and â&#x20AC;˘ tt'ldrtklr\iJ ethnic danc:t.. Htll\ItUtI uJdmont contInuad throuol'lOllt me yur iii ,t.

=~i1dM:i~~n~!~~";~I::~~~~::':~:r""d

In ~Ino about the army ~ IIld Interactions between limy personnel In

-=.n.~=~We~r~~

:;~~ ~rr: ':~ R::'

thlt she would r'I8VIr hIvI the h6Irt to big I poor ~ rven i1 he /\tel done somtfl'llng IS bid IS sleeping thr\)IJQh hrs duty. W. wISh IN la$aII, Elk Booted BoMteWinaAlwdOM


WRIGHT, JA V1C1ORIA, 8C

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Champlain Flight

RaarRoW: G«onM. Reld•..I811no·~%.vg~mem. ~1Iat; Middle Row:~, .EI'\ck$OI), Olsen FrontRow: Noordbof, Hollf, COI\llar1'Oe, Patrfck. 1Iarfee, Mutton, ReId, Ankarsen, Pratt


Mackenzie Flight

I

II

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Front (L-R): C. Munroe, 路Ct Skotnldcf (C~l. G. Half (CSSO). S. Richards (Cfl}, S. Hackett (Cst), S, fl芦S8r (cwPlolC), P. Faganilllo (CPM), J. Hath (CSC)./. M. Dow (esC) Middle (L-R): E. Berttlm, C. MIles, M. Dohln, R. SI\apk1n, v.. PMttMtt, J~ Gossalln. A: elm,.J. Tl1IYIlOr. M. Slitter, P. KettleWell. li. ZIlIc. T. Richard. a PIli:her. N. Grimshaw. G. Sharpe. M. french. M. wellwo()d. It Wawk, Go BalaSld Rear {L-R): G. CQrnyn. C.

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Hudson Flight

Front (L-R): P. Kram . pi (CfP). 13. Conway . (CSC), p, Allan (DCY!A). T. Pritchard (CWA), D. Landry (CfL), N. Hendrickson (CSl). T. Foster (CWAO). o.ZsgaI'llC (OSSO). A. Cooper ( I?SC) Middle (L-R); K. JohllSOll, L MacOonaldA~:..~P~d, It Neoeman, D. ~lIs, Ii.. Porteous, p.. taylor. AI..aboiJt8. M: Kemeny. S. McKenZl8. P. MacSween, M. Koester, T. Summers. O. i)iUilVil, ". RossignofRear (L-R). D. Frohloff, T. 0 Nell. C. Oke. R. Palmer. C. Miller, J. Eyre. T. M~n, W. ClarK, E. Hooper, C. Austin, W. MontIero, P. Shipton, T. Day

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Front(L-R) : ~. Schwindt, B. Thomson (CFP).~. Maclean (CSC), T.Tayt0f(CBO). M . _Mullen (OC~L.), T. Band?'JU (CFL)J.Gray (C~TO), J. Simo.ns (CSC) Mlddle(L-R). B. Woolford,R. Doucet, E. TicIVlS, D. Rosa, C. Beavar; D. 0 Donovan, M. Oas, O. Rttonja,J. Wnght~. PIercey, M.DAnjou, M. Ducharme, P. Dawe Rear (L-R): R. MacKenzie, N. Nash, B. Adams, K Saunders, J. Bedard, B. Mowslowskl, f. White, M. l'ergeron, J. Alexander, R. Whetter, C. Delsey, O. Boyko. J.Vasa

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AlII row (l.fl~' J. Mlicoim. D. Spurgeon, It JoInon~!:ftQIneIIo (CPM), T. VIcDry (Dlroctol), T. TIYIor(CBO), N. SchoIII, T.SPfIIIJIf, S.Wan! Second Row .fI): G. ~J. Slmona, RMcNu.... RCIrboI. RMIssenhmIdt, D. ROSI,J.BeiIIrd,D. TlI1or,J.AIIandar, T. DI'i,J.Olsen, M. Ducharme, M. Dow Thin! RoW (l ): J.TooIIy, J. SIIeI, P.SNpIon.It SIunden (DCBO), 6. WIlson, A. SIMr, C. Hahn, C.WIIIOn, C. AuaIIn, N.Torrtngtor>.Smllh, D. HW, C. MIchaud, R. NeUd M~A.Cooper, D. lIWII,J . l.eIIIn:

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Four Squadron

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RRMe RUGBY

RRMC RUGBYIfAM BACKROW : Burt, EO lott, ACLBarrett, JDWass, RJ Emer, PT Argument, MAWeber, JW Irvine, KASchmldt, DCD Hilton MIDDLE ROW: RD MacKenzie, John Buxcey, GI Comyn, SM Van Will, RMS Bar1ee, JD Baker, CD Me Intosh, JE Steele, JG Omand, GA Price FRONT ROW: SE Hooper, TJ Day, OG Salava, EJ Summers, SP Moran,JPS McKenzie, RC Palmer, WS MacDonald, CAAustln


WE Monteiro, RG Stiaokin, TN Thompson, TL Tethong, GF Sharpe, AJ Porreous, SW Carlus, RA Carbol, JP SaJ8S, DL Rose


BACK ROW: Capt. Klmlck, TMPJ O'Neil,

CJ Moore, KJA Schllewlnsky, JT

Swanson, AB Lee, FRONT ROW: SG Graham, JL Gosselin, CA Maclean, S Stockton, JF Eyre

S(i)ccer RRMC SOCCER TEAM BACK ROW: RB GiIJ~, OJ Riist WP Maskell, JM von Kruse, KTong, CJB MaenaD, MA French, PJAF MacSween, JC Hansen FRONT ROW: SA Hackett, T Kalhous, SO Richards, CL Oke, SA Mabee, 0 Frohloff LYING: RO Porter MISSING: CM Zul<, JL Traynor, KB Brooks, JD Schwindt, LJ Conarroe, MJLColtart

ROYAL ROADS SOCCER Taking a look at the soccer team's 1990{91 season, we see a blowout

tournament, a long losinp; streak, near fatal injuries, both on ana off the field, yellow cards, hangovers, (not to mention , drunk), coaching charl.I!es, and 8 missing the net plague". Was then anything good this year? But of course! 1be second half of the season VI8lI actually quite impressive. Our plagut was cUred and our losinj;( streak tunied to an undefeated secona semester. By the end of the year this success lIllUl8ged to boost the team to fourth in Division 5 men's league and we received the leagut award for the most dlsciplined teaDl

Eying

That's more like itJ


BAll I

RRMC MENS VOLlEYBALL BACK ROW: Johnl !3abert HT, Heth.N, Kameny MS, Burbee JR, Hendricks T, Wowk KJ, Lalonde KA. Sean fRONT ROW: Julien JP, D'Anjou MC, Skotnicki ~ Krampl PJ, Mar1wsson I L

fI

RRMC RlfliTEAM BACK ROW: PO Gaignard, CC Lake, IP Kreeps, NE Nash, GANette, CJ Graham, KP Soroka FRONT ROW: FWB Clarke, BL Woolford, NJEGrimshaw, DO Saunders

RRMC ROWINGTEAM BACK ROW: RB Pilcher, OM Dohm, OF Marshall, DL Taylor, NP Schiele, JPE Tooley, PFJ Macnamara. WW Ingledew, OS McGean, AN. CIarla! R Messerschmidt. OB Noordhol. LC MacDonald, Jan Price FRONT ROW: IC Flannagan, JK Gray, RW McMullen, KJ Leppard, KC Johnson, RJ Defer, TJ Diamond SIDING: JA Wright. RC Gray

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RRMCHOCKEYTtAM BACK ROW: U. Fogalln, WJ Mcinnis, JJP Dawe, JT Olsen, Rl Hord..: JR Waram, RB Gillis, DP lauzon, OF O'Keefe, MCpl Mldeout ,GW Adamwalte. CA Pr1esman, Sgi TurcotbJ FRONT ROW: JC Waskul, CJ ZImmer, JD Rossignol, RP Neild, MALabonte, PAFaganello, CB Theal, EJ Ferguson, SO Mutton MISSING: JDVVass

.'

RRMC

RRMCGOlFTEAM BACK ROW: Coach Scott Fraser, Gagnon FY, Fortin SI<, Platt KT, Miles CD, Simonson HI<, Skotnlcld G, Ward DA, Dr.

Feddrak


II I ,,


mOUNTAINEERING

RRMC FENCING r Fen~

at Royal Roads once

again 6ecame a going concern at the College this year with extensive practices and a great

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RRMC SKI CLUB ROYAL ROADS SKI CLUB

Although the ski club only undertook two great skiing adventures thls year (Mt Washington and WhIstler/Blackcomb

Mountains),

the

season

could be described as a successful one. Many thanks to the executive for all their help as well as

scuq~ SCUBA 90/91 A vehicle, we need a dive van was the main complaint of the Scuba club this year. The NEED to dive was always there but the bus routes didn't go to all the popular sites. All though p~ed with lost knl.ves, tanks ( on occasionJ and fenced in cattle the divin,!( club didhave a good year. PurchasIn.Il4 new masks was a plus, along with the certitTcation of 32 college members. Best luck fin~ viBibllity in Kingston that even compares to here, and remember DRY SUIT-ERS ARE DIVERS TOO III

or

PISTOl TEAM 'lbe Royal Roads F1~ Club bad. a better than average year accumulating over one hUlldred fifty collective "hours. Paul ~ello reached hls first solo near the end of the IC8demlc year on the same day that "be l~ the only engine failure in the club's history. As luck would have it. he was fl with biB Instructor at the time. Kirk Soroka and Shane Pinder received their t's licenses in the Spring and later performed a formation flypast of the Battle Vlmy Parade. Derm O'donovan and Greg Skotn1cld provided their services to the Oceanography department with an eye in the sky for two different experiments. In total, the fl~ club was comprised of twenty-five members half of whom received lessons at VIctorla nying Club and a quarter of whom

were llcensed pO.ots.

The pistol team once again this year proved that.There are no innocent bystanders', with the ald and assistance of Capt. March. Were it not for Michaud's magnificent leadership all would have been lost, as it was ev~ just路 got a bit misplaced- in all the paperwork involved in pee-shOOters. The biggest thrill was blowing away Akmed with the nine mflllmeters, ,.. however, the team concentrated on the 22 calibre pistol for target shooting In competition.


WING

X-COlJNDlY


ROYALROAD~

AJ'1J'1jve~sa~y

OPEN HOUSE

++


The AUBtra1lans Introduced Roads to their opinions on Rugby, "Yeay, great game

that, run forWaril throw the ball backwards ". their catch phrase for a '''Bacbdor 01 Attmdenoe"; and their unique blend 01 charm. We In turn Introduced them to the 4 MIle.

sA.

Japanese cadetll quickly take over management positions at

f{oadslll

lMTED lAY CAMPAIGN In 1990, Royal Roads raised $26 097 for the United Way, an outBtandlng achievement shared by sta1f and

students.


'I1ae IJSAFA boy.,

Ed.

MIke, BID,

and o' eoar.e Molly. TIlat was very goooood.' 'Hey Bill, are you awake?I'

'Hal Hal

'USuffA'

I!.


CHANqES :.1â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘111

90191 saw a10t of changes at Roads, additions and subtractions. The new MillwartiWing was buill A VooDoo was parud on our doorstep to replace the Sabre taken away so long ago. The cadets were trained to never panic at the cry FIREI, mostly due to early morning ~~~::::::";;.;::;:::.::._ _ _~ wake up calls by the Rre Dept.. As -; well, Roads lost one of our cherished traditions, Gloria the Canteen Lady.


DAYS


SUlfZlfZBH \


ChrlslIras at Roads was a :;lOW ftlled one. Commirldant Krepps h:lndled the sIlain of conmand well and ordered the rooks to run naIald hough the :;lOW. DochaIme had otherthlr.gson his mind while nrm11 Malo just wanted to sing for the Lord.Arml.


Sludy all Day. l':lrly all Night. Never grow Old. Never Die. Il's fUll To be a Student.

SATURDAY NOV. 3 R D A MODERN UAY YAI\II'IRE

IJALLO"'EI~ N

III\ SI nON1IIEIIU!1

TIlE

llA NO:


Of the many gronches and larks that occur at Mil Col these represent but a few. The greatest stlrrinjl of applause should" be given to the unsung heros ... those devious few who manage to make

college life such an

interesting experience for the rest of us by going the extra mIle into the lark zone. A Roadent should always remember and never forget that one is never too tired, never too u~t, to Just go anead and do it.


WING TRACK 4: FIELD

b' place I Z Sqwuiron Z...- pIaee I I Sqwuiron 3ft pIaee I 3 Sqwuiron


WING 1HIESTLING

What ever happened to the caka destruction parties of old? We actually ate this one.


..unlor SS\lOI cRy ora ~n prlJ'Ied !hal • !he toopfes doo't 'At ., be cortroIled. !he tooples ain't gonna be cortroIled. JoWly.lxlotwasblflodm meals ..... dangnus for 1he woold be bonnon's unlfOlTTlS. Allin 1111, • sIa:I: rod Idle~for1hellCl\Jlt1

III


oolnL and 50' Ik fQIJU of Ik 1-1*- """"!J~ ~"'5 .J.dz. Ik buuIJ&,... of ~ Ik ~ luu, ~ InDd of Ik t1mr. In Ik J+uuu- 5~ and ~ fo.. Ik (,.t,of. bJ ~~ olltle Ik ~ ยงwr kr. =""':J 011. ~Il !BaIt.


- .,'- - ra un ;0n mlIOIlU

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Well it'a

OYer

DOW;

this ~ Editor

POS1tIon. I'mJustXlOW~ Up the last few pieces and tying it all !Ogether with a big'

fat bow to ~ if.=~halr. MU(!hQr th1s Job was as I l i a d , •• much of It WM not. I have to thaIlk the entire College

for helplng w:!th this yeaxs aonual becauSe-

everyone gave me aid In one way or 1I;t).()tber.

Concrete aid, not t:he. moral suppQCf; that Editors usually talk: about. I mean pictux'ee and writeupe [even 1f1atel} and commentary. To the 1st Years who beIped with the Log I have the ~ pral8e, and thanks Mom for Bll our even though Oke eel lOU thanks to you Oke.~ean Traynor Bbould be sainted for he%' work as Copy-o, especI.ally oonddertng how some of Roads spells. Without the Bll J?C?Werl\.tl NIcole buck. however tbLs piece work would be lying dead in the water. Th.ank you Log A1fvo. -F1nally, thanks to next yeaxs sucker, uh •.. I mean Log Ed. I look forward to nat years edition and hope this years , ~~terized elJorts will help you when the starts breathing down your neck. Byeya'all.

'hllt,

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1991 Log Royal Roads MIlitary College  

This 1991 yearbook, known as The Log, commemorates the events at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. A hardcopy of this ye...

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