At a parade held early this past Wednesday morning, LCol Patrick Lemyre, College Director of Cadets, announced the Barslate for the Fall 2013 Semester. Mardi dernier, les eleves-officiers de quatrieme annee de la force aerienne ont eu leur dernier souper regimentaire, ici au College.
Chaque elof a eu la chance de discuter avec des officiers de plusieurs corps de metier differents.
Chilean Navy Captain Ramiro Navajas, Chilean Defence Attache to Canada, visited the College this past Wednesday as part of the Commandant’s Professional Development series, which over the past academic year has brought in a number of members of allied militaries to speak to Cadets.
Each week, Cadets receive two hours of Professional Military Training, typically either briefings on a relevant subject or hands on practice (drill, for example).
The Class of 2016 looked to the future this past week, as 18178 Capt (N) Michelaine Lahaie, Class of ’92, Commandant of the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School, paid them a visit.
The Second Year Class also looked to the future as they ran through a review of basic rifle drill in preparation for May’s upcoming Grad Parade. The West Point Cadets involved visited the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and Parliament Hill in Ottawa before coming to RMC. Corporal Ashton Tyler, warehouse clerk, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, takes notes during a lecture on being a noncommissioned at the Corporal’s Course Academy aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. Corporal Ashton Tyler, warehouse clerk, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, practices sword manual at the Corporal’s Course Academy aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec.
Corporal Ashton Tyler, right, warehouse clerk, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, inspects her classmates on sword manual at the Corporal’s Course Academy aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. Corporal Ashton Tyler, right, warehouse clerk, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, waits to have her uniform inspected at the Corporal’s Course Academy aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. Staring straight ahead, she shouts with confidence, “I am an NCO dedicated to training new Marines and influencing the old. As a newly promoted corporal, Tyler tries to define what it means to be an NCO, the rank of E-4 and E-5, and hopes to find her answer while attending Corporal’s Course. Tyler’s desire to lead started as a child, when her grandmother taught her about astrological signs. After graduating high school, she worked at multiple jobs but quickly found herself unsatisfied and wanting more. Immediately deploying upon checking into the 15th MEU, her abilities were tested as she juggled working jointly with Navy logistics.
The leadership she received while deployed encouraged her further to be an inspiration to those she would lead in the future.


Tyler is halfway through her time at Corporal’s Course and says she is grateful for the opportunity to learn from her instructors as well as her peers.
Bravo Company of 6th Regiment of Leader Development and Assessment Course planned and executed a raid during Platoon Operations on the morning of July 10. Cadet Tom Picciano, a third-year ROTC student at Arizona State University in Phoenix, acted as the platoon leader.
By the time the platoon neared the objective, Picciano was being bombarded with information. One minute, Picciano and a fellow Cadet were having a casual conversation with the village elders. Before the Cadets realized what had happened, their high-value target was sprinting toward the tree line near the objective. Platoon Tactics Noncommissioned Officer SFC Randall Edmonson evaluated Cadets and was generally pleased with the execution.
Platoon Operations acts as a culminating event, bringing together everything the Cadets learned and practiced during the past month. The new senior leadership of the Cadet Wing will officially take over the reigns on 29 April. L’invite d’honneur, le LGen Yvan Blondin, a fait un discours inspirant, partageant des souvenirs de ses premieres annees dans les forces canadiennes.  Le souper s’est bien deroule.
The aim is to give Cadets exposure to military forces they may find themselves working with over the course of their careers. This program allows West Point Cadets to learn about comparative foreign policy and military studies while at the same time strengthening the bond that exists between Canada and the United States. While at the College, they received several briefings and stayed over night to spend time with RMC Cadets and enjoy some of the many attractions of Kingston.
David McFadden, faculty advisor, Corporal’s Course Academy, conducts a uniform inspection on Cpl.
David McFadden, left, faculty advisor, Corporal’s Course Academy, conducts a uniform inspection on Cpl. David McFadden, faculty advisor, Corporal’s Course Academy, teaches a class on leadership to 4th Platoon aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 10 morning, a classroom fills with chatter as Marines discuss the day’s coming lessons.
I am forever conscious of each Marine under my charge, and by example will inspire him to the highest standards possible.


The four week course provides corporals with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead Marines by placing emphasis on leadership foundations and a working knowledge of general military subjects. Looking to a friend who had enlisted in the Marine Corps for advice, she was convinced this was the answer she was searching for. The Cadets sought out a high-value target among what they believed to be Spanish-speaking civilians with Muslim values. He and his squad leaders planned the operation to employ key leader engagement, with a contingency option to conduct a raid if conditions changed.
Cultural awareness, a class that emphasized key leader engagement, was the most recent, and possibly most important, scenario in the Platoon Operations training. Quelques traditions ont ete respectees, notamment celle des etiquettes ou chaque invite est responsable de garder un ?il son marque-place.
Capt Navajas signed the official College guest book and gave a presentation to the Third and Fourth Year classes. The academy’s mission is to provide the Marine corporals with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead Marines.
Ashton Tyler, warehouse clerk, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, at the Corporal’s Course Academy aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. The academy’s mission is to provide corporals with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead Marines.
The class first sergeant, sharply dressed in her service uniform, stands at the position of attention at the head of the classroom.
To her, the words she recites at the beginning of every class, and when returning from lunch, remind her of the responsibility she is charged with.
Quelques elofs se sont montres espiegles et ont fait parvenir au PMC de droles de demande, notamment une partie de bras de fer entre le DCdt et l’Elof Lawrence Bourdon, une serenade chantee en l’honneur du DCdt et un cours de danse de la part de l’Elof Tsang. Her ribbons perfectly centered and aligned, every crease neatly pressed and her shoes shined so brightly they could be used as a mirror. Making their descent on the enemy base, several squads dropped to the ground to act as security while others advanced.



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