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"royal military college" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

The Foxhole Podcast

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"royal military college" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

"And then i liked it so when i promote and posted here to kingston and i was on that neo team for the first two years of thinking. I'm like you know what's life colonel. Like wanna be when those guys. When i finally pull pin. Get out that. I don't have a plan. So what's going to be the plan and that's where the nba came in because my original degree was military history from the royal military college. So yeah i'm sure you can figure out how far that flies in civilian world so demba was like okay. Let's go let's go. Let's get a masters of business. At least then. I got something to fall back on plus with my experiences logistics officer. Mary's out well so got the nba meanwhile My wife decides she's going to change career. So as i hinted is she was a military hurt. Same times me at that time. She was a nurse and Y the reason why she left canada. Her early was because she had applied to medical school and she got Got in for an interview. So shashtri day. Let her come back to canada through the interview process so my first So shop getting in on her second shot not that year but the following year so she's got a medical school. We end up spending four years apart while she was at medical school so should affords a medical school and then medical school. Then you have your residency program which For her as a family med. emily Physician was two years and inbetween medical school and residency. We decided to have her first son. So ethan was born. So when ethan was born We have a year long attorney leave appear which she took full advantage of. That's so she yes. She's so she took Seeking actually canada bro. But anyway so yearlong. Maternity leave soc delayed starting her residency By a year So one and she started residency. At that time. I was I took command of my squadron of two hundred so as a oc author. Training of a squadron of two hundred and son was one..

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"royal military college" Discussed on BlusBrry & Besties

BlusBrry & Besties

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"royal military college" Discussed on BlusBrry & Besties

"Okay. Okay Interesting. So to join the military ninety one received a bachelor's degree in history medical science from the Royal Military College of Canada. ninety five. Went to the air force's. Air Navigator. Then became to the rank of captain. Transferred reserves, receipt law degree. And then. Back this law for decade. Name was elected in two thousand twelve by bill. Pryor election briefly served as minister veterans. Affairs in two thousand fifteen in. Harper government. What the Hell is the Harper government. Canada's new government what the Hell is that what? What the Hell is that Sarah sounds just reading something like. Ran For conservative leadership twenty, seventeen lost. Winning finishing third to the winner Andrea Sherr. Has Been Opposition critic before I on eighteen in the year one leadership race. Absolutely. And? Peter Mackay. Your political positions. Yeah. INDIGENOUS INDIGENOUS INDIGENOUS I. These the path to reconciliation. Focused on economy in indigenous communities. He poses United Nations Declaration on the rights of indigenous. Peoples. The Supreme Court has said a higher bar than that. After stretches of Johnny McDonald were defaced participated would be dooming Kenneth to forget its history always that type of conservative or KC. Okay. Look. I'm pretty sure that we have history books we teach. Children to read like. We have a wikipedia article. There's some three sources online. About you know you could hear about John McDonald. Removing, a statue make you forget history. Like if we're going by that president who who ran Germany during World War Two, who ran Germany? Who Ran Germany? For going by that method. Canadians values test what the hell are Canadian values. Can someone tell me what Canadian are? Please tell me what what are those? Is that. Okay. This Guy Kills the CB kills my CBC Kim's convenience shutdown. I'm recalling him nonstop saying what are you doing? Don't touch..

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"royal military college" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"royal military college" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Vandalized the the American flag that was attached to a 9 11 memorial overnight on the East Coast. And as he follows, he says, Well, people will you know people do what people do. People do what people do there and again, their masking their own complete and utter failures. And as we've laid out right now that bubble Is huge on the left right now, because of the pandemic. People aren't out at work, seeing their fellow there, their friends and having discussions and maybe getting a little bit of push back on it. There. Just their eyeballs are just glued to the screen, just absorbing all of the minority and size, garbage and rhetoric and nonsense. It's being fed to them, and they're lapping it up. Good job, Sam. Stellar Top five, Alright, was deviate a little bit. All right. Got a new story for mystery objects. Guys have been spotted in deep space. Unlike anything ever seen most things spotted in deep space are unlike anything ever seen. Yeah, but drew these air. Highly circular objects that appear bright along their edge is cool. Hit me up, Hit me up when they break our atmosphere. Independence day style right. Astronomers are baffled, baffled by far objects that were spotted in deep space and again. These are highly circular objects appear to have people right along the edges, You know, like saucers. Christy Christine Spec ins and astronomer for the Royal Military College of Canada and Queens, Universal's Canada. Canadian UFOs azad going and they just come down together here as everything has their thing going, and just check it in a bus came to get her here. You hasn't good back. Bacon Told this. Everything I learned about Canada's from Bob McKenzie thie objects appear to be something not yet probed. I can think of a few of those. The objects were described a circular edge to brighten discs. They do not correspond to any known type of object except maybe a saucer. Two of them are relatively close together, which could indicate some relation. Hello friend to also feature in an elliptical galaxy near the center of the radio transmission there on an elliptical, she right got to get a workout. They really care about cardio. We speculate that they may represent a satirical shockwave from a extra galactic transient events or the outflow of a remnant of a remnant from a radio galaxy viewed end on, the scientists wrote. So here's everything. I love love stories like this, obviously, but you know, it is never what you expect with stuff right? It's never It's never like, if you think it hasn't been like an alien civilisation yet, right, Right, right. That's what you expect. Every time you see a story like this, the know it is never what you point because they didn't get a look at this intelligent life out there. It could be a flying saucer. That's what you'd expect to happen. That's what we've always done in our mind. I'm or imagine, you know, it's not going to be flying saucers from techno light adorn spacecraft is going to be more like a big floating gelatinous cube. Everything we know about frozen aliens. We know from fiction. We've made it all up in our head. So why would why would you think that if there was some other intelligent life out there and they'd developed the technology and we're planning on paying us a visit? Why do you think it would match up with just what we made up in our heads? And put in movies. There's no reason to think that, but that's how our brains work, man. I really, really hope aliens visit right now. That would just be just that. Just the icing on the cake would be great to just go on. Now's the time to it all too. It all just Yellowstone blow. Find out who killed Kennedy without side. Let's get aliens to arrive. Right. So we barely have enough entered. Bring Firefly back. Yeah. Firefly! Black back. Let's see how many members of Congress and the devil Krauts are actually lizard people, You know, let's just go. Let's just go all in with Snyder Cut what's gonna happen That's actually is happening next year..

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"royal military college" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:19 min | 10 months ago

"royal military college" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Lubomir Luke had hoped to be in London for vide unveiling. The Corona Voire virus spoiled his plans. Professor Xu teaches history at the Royal Military College in Kingston Ontario. He spent years working to have a new stained glass window installed at Saint James Church in Sussex Gardens the window pays tribute to the Ukrainian Canadian servicemen's Association which was founded by Ukrainian Canadian. Airman named Bohdan Pawn. Chook professor the Chook credits boat on Chook. His wife and Czerny house-key and their compatriots with bringing tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees to Canada after the war that included the professors own parents. We reached Louisville Maryland. Chook in Kingston. Are you disappointed that you could not be in? Saint James Church in Sussex Gardens this morning well I was able to. Of course watch a brief. A service of Thanksgiving with father owned Father Thomas so in the sense I was present with them and in my heart in my thoughts and prayers. I remember it both on. Punch UC and ensuring Helsinki and the other Ukrainian. Canadian veterans had the privilege of meeting in my life. So yes there was a certain amount of disappointment. Obviously it's a project that has been unfolding for several years but the reality of it is we got it done and that window is really beautiful. So what now so Just I I know it's a it's a really large story. But maybe just in a nutshell. Can you tell us what your personal connection is down? Took back in the late nineteen seventies when I was doing Miami in political geography historical Geography Queen's University under Peter. Gohain my supervisor friends. Since then Peter suggested that or actually almost ordered me to do historical geography of Ukrainians and Kingston. An oral history. So I begin interviewing people and one of the people I interviewed was a woman. I kind of generally new Mrs Cottage Tanuku Cockburn Street and. She told me two things she told me. They've been Ukrainians here in Kingston route war. One mentioned the name Nick Luke and I went off and found him and he turned out to be one of the attorneys from the first world. War I she mentioned another man calls on punch you can. I said I've never heard of him was here. And she said well He. He's a teacher in Montreal. Now you might find him interesting. I looked him up several months and sure enough. What a life. Changing moment. He was a man who was born in Rural Scotch. One very humble origins became a schoolteacher and a prairie one room schoolhouse When the war broke out he volunteered for service with RCAF and overseas began encountering hundreds of other Ukrainian Canadian servicemen and women. Just like him and so. He decided that they needed a home away from home. He and his colleagues comrades-in-arms rented a vicarage from Saint. James Parish Establishes Servicemen's Association and then when they actually get on the continent they beginning encountering Ukrainian refugees displaced persons. The so-called millions of them that the Germans had hauled out of Ukraine slave labourers. My mother was one of them and can his some of his veteran said our fellow soldiers at the time said we've got to help save our brothers and sisters so they established the Central. Ukrainian Relief Bureau and began to articulate a policy of resettlement for these refugees so literally about thirty five thousand. Ukrainians came to account after the Second World War. My parents among them. Thanks to the efforts of these. Ukrainian Canadian Servicemen Punch UC his wife and healthy and others I'm not all of veterans. Of course statement of them came home but a group of them remained in Europe until nineteen fifty two. So when you think that the war ended on the eighth of May and European nineteen forty five seventy five years ago today. You've got some people staying there voluntarily with support of the Ukrainian Canadian committee or congresses. It's No for another several years. And as you mentioned thirty to forty thousand. Ukraine refugees came to Canada from now. This and of course the situation for them wasn't just gone to the war. And and and dealt with the Nazis they were being forcibly repatriated to the Soviet Union. Weren't they so if Mr Punch you didn't get them out. They were going to have to go back. To really uncertain life went they. Yes absolutely I mean not. Only have you say as you say they'd survive? As the Second World War in the Nazi tyranny and the occupation of credit mean millions of Ukrainians were murdered by the Nazis. But then at the end of the war they found themselves under threat of being repatriated the Soviet Union under the terms of the Alta agreement. So of Course Punch. Who can others had to rescue them? They couldn't rescue all them unfortunately. So many were actually repatriated. And that's a sad story in out self but The ones that punch you could save God throughout the West and as I said my parents are among the my mother was sixteen years old when the Germans took her from her village. Burn the village and so on. She ends up on a farm in Germany during the war. At the war's end she's a refugee. Should she go home well? Her own father was murdered by the Communist. So what sort of home to you know? You WanNa go home your mother. They're your brothers. Are there but to go back is to face. Soviet rule and people like punch you can gain all those other. Ukrainian Canadian veterans who helped save them really gave me my life so this is Today was a day of recognizing our debt to those men and women now. We put up a small plaque on that building in Sussex Gardens. Back in Nineteen ninety-five when entering the house. He was still alive and her daughter came and we had a little ceremony. That was very nice but I always felt we needed to do something more. So same James. We've now got this beautiful window which will be unveiled. Probably later this year and It will forever commemorate the service and sacrifice those men and women who volunteered for overseas service. What do you think it would mean to them? They sound like humble people. They didn't want to let a recognition. What do you think would mean to them to have seen that window? Go Up and Saint James. Well you know you're you're quite right. These were very humble people. I'm punch Euch. I've met him dozens of times in in the course of my doctoral research. He never once told me that he'd been recognized with an order of Canada. He only once showed me that he was actually a recipient of the medal of the British empire and his wife Her end but misses punch. I always called her. She lived a and got to see the plaque being unveiled in nineteen ninety five so she was very happy and that this contribution had finally been recognised unfortunately Mr Punch who passed away in nineteen eighty. Seven I think probably what he would have liked most about it. Today would be to know that it was all funded by small donations from people just like him people from all across the country some from the United States and Australia and the United Kingdom but mainly Canadians for many different places around the country. All throwing in to remember and honor and how the memory of these men and women he he once told me that my gospel is very simple. My Gospel is do something and I followed that do something. Don't just talk about what you do should do what someone else should do do it. I really appreciate you telling us this story today. Thank you well my pleasure Carol. Thank you for having me. By by Maryland. Chook is a history professor at the Royal Military College in Kingston and we reached him in. Kingston.

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"royal military college" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:18 min | 10 months ago

"royal military college" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Lubomir Chook had hoped to be in London for vide e day unveiling. The Corona virus spoiled his plans. Professor Chook teaches history at the Royal Military College in Kingston Ontario. He spent years working to have a new stained glass window installed at Saint James Church in Sussex Gardens the window pays tribute to the Ukrainian Canadian servicemen's Association which was founded by Ukrainian Canadian. Airman named Bohdan on Chook professor. The chook credits vote on Chook. His wife and Czerny house-key and their compatriots with bringing tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees to Canada after the war refugees that included the professors own parents. We reached liberal Maryland. Chook in Kingston disappointed that you could not be in. Saint James Church in Sussex Gardens. This morning well I was able to of course watch a brief Service of Thanksgiving with father. Onen Father Thomas so in the sense I was present with them and in my heart. In my thoughts and prayers I remember it bulled on Punch Uc Insurance L. Ski and the other Ukrainian Canadian veterans. I had the privilege of meeting in my life so yes. There was a certain amount of disappointment. Obviously it's a project that has been unfolding for several years but the reality is we got it done and that window is really beautiful. So what now? So I'm just I know it's a really large story. But maybe just in a nutshell. Can you tell us what your personal connection is to build down back in the late nineteen seventies when I was doing 'em a in political geography historical geography Queen's University under Peter? Gohain my supervisor and friends since then Peter suggested that are actually almost ordered me to historical geography of Ukrainians and Kingston. An oral history. So I begin interviewing people and one of the people I interviewed was a woman. I kind of generally new MRS cottage to New Cockburn Street and she told me two things she told me they've been Ukrainians here in Kingston route war. One mentioned the name Nicholas and I went often found him and he turned out to be one of the attorneys from the First World War. I she mentioned another man called on punch you can. I said I've never heard of them. Who was here and she said well He. He's a teacher in Montreal. Now you might find him interesting. I looked him up several months later and sure enough. What a life changing. He was a man who was born. In Rural Scotch one very humble origins became a schoolteacher out in a prairie one. Room schoolhouse When the war broke out he volunteered for service with RCAF and overseas began encountering hundreds of other Ukrainian Canadian servicemen and women. Just like him and so. He decided that they needed a home away from home. He and his colleagues comrades-in-arms Rented a vicarage. From Saint James Parish established servicemen's Association. And then when they actually get on the continent they begin encountering Ukrainian refugees and displaced persons. A So called EP. Millions of them that the Germans had hauled out of Ukraine is slave laborers. My mother was one of them and punch you can. His some of his veteran said our fellow soldiers at the time. Said we've gotTA help save our brothers and sisters so they established the Centrally Cranial Released Bureau and began to articulate Opolskie of resettlement for these refugees. So literally about thirty. Five Thousand Ukrainians came to Canada after the second world. War My parents among them. Thanks to the efforts of these. Ukrainian Canadian Servicemen Punch UC his wife and healthy and others Not all of that. Of course Dave many of them came home but a group of them remained in Europe until nineteen fifty two so when you think that the war ended on the eighth of May and European nineteen forty five seventy five years ago today. You've got some people staying there. Voluntarily with support of the Ukrainian Canadian Committee or Congress is now for another several years and as you mentioned thirty to forty thousand. Ukraine refugees came to Canada from now. This and of course the situation for them wasn't just they had gone to the war and dealt with the Nazis. They they're they're being forcibly repatriated to the Soviet Union. Weren't they so if Mr Punch who didn't get them out they were going to have to go back to really uncertain life wouldn't they? Yes absolutely I mean not. Only how do you say they'd survived the Second World War and the Nazi tyranny and the occupation of Ukraine I mean millions of Ukrainians? Were murdered or enslaved by the Nazis. But then at the end of the war they found themselves under threat of being repatriated to the Soviet Union under the terms of the Alta agreement. So of Course Punch. Who can others had to rescue them? They couldn't rescue all them unfortunately. So many were actually repatriated. And that's a sad story and so forth but the ones that punch you could save Got Out throughout the West and as I said my parents are among them. My mother was sixteen years old when the Germans took her from her village. Burn the village and so on. She ends up on a farm in Germany during the war. At the war's end she's a refugee. Should she go home well? Her own father was murdered by the Communist. So what their home to you know you? WanNa go home your mother. They're your brothers. Are there but to go back is to face. Soviet rule and people like punch you can gain all those other Ukrainian veterans who helped save them really gave me my life. This is Today was a day of recognizing our debt to those men and women. Now we put up small plaque on that building in Sussex Gardens back in nineteen ninety five when Antonio excuse still alive and her daughters came and we had a little ceremony. That was very nice but I was felt we needed to do something more. So same James. We've now got this beautiful window which will be unveiled. Probably later this year and it will forever commemorate the service and sacrifice with those men and women who volunteered for overseas service. What do you think it would mean to them? They sound like humble people. They didn't want to let a recognition. What do you think would mean to them to have seen that window? Go up in Saint James. Well you know you're you're quite right. These were very humble people. Both on punch-ups. I met him dozens of times in the course of my doctoral research. He never once told me that he'd been recognized with an order of Canada. He only once showed me that he was actually a recipient of the medal of the British empire and his wife Her end but Mrs Punchy. 'cause I always called her. She lived and got to see the plaque being unveiled in nineteen ninety five so she was very happy and that this contribution had finally been recognised unfortunately Mr Punch who passed away in nineteen eighty seven I think probably what he would have liked most about it. Today would be to know that it was all funded by small donations from people just like him people from all across the country. I'm from the United States and Australia and United Kingdom Canadians for many different places around the country all throwing money to remember and honor. And how the memory of these men and women. He once told me that my gospel is very simple. My Gospel is do something and I followed that. Do something you don't just talk about what to do. Should do what someone else do. Do it the I really appreciate you telling us this story today. Thank you well my pleasure. Carol thank you for having now by in Maryland. Chook is a history professor at the Royal Military College in Kingston Ontario and we reached him in Kingston.

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"royal military college" Discussed on The Current

The Current

14:33 min | 11 months ago

"royal military college" Discussed on The Current

"Presumably is the fact that the shooter was driving a car that looked an awful lot like RCMP vehicle. And we're now learning was actually wearing. Rcmp uniform. What would that do in terms of As I say complicating the response. Yeah we don't seem to get information on that if you follow the Nova Scotia. Rcmp twitter feed until mid morning until about nine a m And so so it seems that the is probably not sure exactly what happened but it would mean the initial response The local population would likely be confused. I mean clearly was trying to it. Seems from the reports that we have from some of the witnesses that he was trying to go up to people's houses and knock on their door But if they didn't respond then he would leave again even though he could've blown open the lock for instance with one of his firearms so it seems he was deliberately trying to prey on people with the uniform and try to get a reaction out of them. This might also explain why on the initial response And a sworn member Bush shot and killed because perhaps they might have been confused by the uniform even though they didn't necessarily recognize the individual how does civilian get a hold of RCMP uniform. Oh it's relatively easy. Go down to your local military surplus store and just pick up a uniform Now members are supposed to destroy these When they leave the force but there's no Inventory system that I know of that actually insures that people destroy the uniform and so I think one of things they'll be looking at is should people be handing in their uniform for instance instead of Relying on members themselves to To destroy it but yeah I mean if you if you look line go to your military surplus store You'll be able to pick up your local uniform. I think people would probably be fairly alarmed by that. If they don't know that you could just go down to the surplus store th that it's that easy to get a hold of RCMP and actually not at not a replica but actual RCMP uniform. Yeah and it seems to this. Individual of course specialized in trying to acquire authentic Rcmp Mcgeer everything from cars to is too so he would've gone out of his way to likely get a uniform that was the real thing And clearly had intended into instrumentalise that uniform For the sake of impersonating a police officer in getting a a reaction out of people and possibly as you point out Having causing consumer confusion in the process for the RCMP. Themselves trying to Trying to ascertain that that the uniform as being impersonated In the course of a pursue it and it allowed him to probably do a lot more harm Given that some of the individuals on the road were likely duped by him. Donning the uniform as well. What is this tragedy? Tell you about the level of policing rural Canadians receive There are significant number. Rcmp members who die in rural communities. Twenty seventeen the Nova Scotia lost a member in Amherst that These challenging areas to police in addition we all know without the RCMP has institutional culture problems that then bring on recruitment problems which means often detachments short-staffed especially on weekends. We know from two thousand nineteen auditor. General's report that the RCN PS had challenges with the rollout of the carbines eight. So the long The long guns That they would need to have in their vehicles They've had John's with the rollout in terms of the body armor Four four members And so one of the things that investigation will be looking at is Was the local member Trained and equipped the way. They should have been more than twenty seventeen. In New Brunswick provincial court found the RCMP. Guilty under liable under the Canada Labor Code With regards to their shooting shooting in Moncton We know there's problems with regards to the maintenance of those rifles with regards to certification on the carbines And even if you have The the Carbine The member might have not signed him out because it's ultimately up to the member to decide whether they're going to sign up for that evening when they go on their shift or not it requires extra people were some of the members. Say you know. It's probably not going to be necessary on Saturday night. The worst him to have is that domestic dispute that might have to deal with So all of those. I think we'll be part of the investigation. That's why Chief Superintendent Leather said that this is going to be a long investigation trying to establish all those details at the time line of what transpired Christian. Good to speak with you about this. There are a lot of questions still to be asking questions coming from those who were directly affected by that W Atkinson. Thank you my pleasure Chris Christie practice a professor at Royal Military College and the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University we did invite the Commissioner of the RCMP. Brenda look to join us on the program and she was not available this morning the. Cbc News is coming up. And then we'll be talking about tracking down silence spreaders people who have Cova nineteen but no symptoms to real mystery and not knowing how many of those silence spreaders are out. There leaves us vulnerable to not actually knowing how widespread nineteen actually is in our communities. We will talk more about that coming up. This is the current. My Name's Matt Galloway to take to the news and a heads lives in Ottawa. She hails from Anti Jewish and yesterday in tribute to her Home Province. She played fiddle and posted it up to the ultimate online. Nova Scotia. Kitchen PARTY. Have Listen Good Morning I'm Matt Galloway. You're listening to the current still to come. Hashtag CORONA speak a guy to the slang of this pandemic but I know fever no coughing and yet big threat to public back in February Craig Lee was on a cruise and it was there on that cruise that the retired teacher contracted the corona virus. I was thirty days quarantined in Japan. I arrived back in Canada on the fifth. And I've been here for two weeks on just fine. Never had any symptoms by temperatures normal. My kitchen and my blood was fine. I exercise I slept well. Good appetite and I had no symptoms at all none whatsoever Craig. Lee might have never known that he was infected. If it weren't for the fact that the cruise passengers all underwent testing new. Evidence is suggesting that there may be more people than we realise who are a symptomatic. The so called silent spreaders of the corona virus. You'll recall perhaps that story the captain of that. Us Navy aircraft carrier he was fired after urging more be done about the covert nineteen outbreak on his ship. Tests of nearly all the sailors on that vessel have now been done and the results are fascinating. Sixty percent of those who tested positive had thus far show no symptoms whatsoever. Aclu perhaps as to just how stealthily the virus can move. Dr Williams is a professor at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Longtime Advisor to the US Centers for Disease Control. Dr Good Morning. Good to be with great to have you. This is as I say a fascinating topic. What exactly do we mean by? Silence spread or silent transmission of something like Corona virus will exactly as you were saying not everyone who acquires the corona virus. Get Sick and they can be carriers if you will of the corona virus even though they have no symptoms whatsoever and can nonetheless be capable of spreading it to others who may then themselves become sick so they are indeed silence spreaders in the community. It's a very clever way. This virus has developed for getting around and being so contagious. One of the reasons why people are talking about this as I mentioned this story of the. Us aircraft carrier where they tested all the sailors. Sixty percent of them were With the virus were as symptomatic. Did that figure. Surprise me that sixty percent of the people who had Covert nineteen would have no symptoms whatsoever. It struck me as astounding. As a matter of fact we anticipated that some of course would be without symptoms but sixty percent. Now let's pause for a moment because this is a young very healthy population and perhaps that's larger than it would be among people who have gray hair but nonetheless the less it's striking and it speaks to what may be happening in our community. Those young people who seem to be unaffected or relatively sold by the corona virus. They could actually be the disseminators throughout the community just to be clear the fact that they are young and healthy and fit that means that the virus would affect them in a different way. Well it's been a striking feature of the corona virus that children and young adults are much less effected. They're much less likely to become sick than older person. And we thought for some reason the virus just ignored them or never was able to establish infection. But what we're learning is that the infection does take place but they are. Their immune system is sufficiently strong. That it kind of keeps the virus in check and they don't get sick but while they have the virus they can give it to others. The aircraft carrier is one of the stories against sixty percent as symptomatic there. Iceland has found something like fifty percents of those who are infected with cove. Nineteen are a symptomatic. Dr Anthony Fauci in the United States says that between twenty five and fifty percent of cases could be symptomatic. Do we have any idea how many people could be silently carrying this virus not yet we have small indication with a little study here and there but as we develop these antibodies studies. Those are studies of proteins in blood. That can tell us whether we've been infected in the past. Those studies are going to be rolling out over the next couple of months at a across the country and that will give us a better idea of WHO's been infected but who's never had symptom we. We'll see the modeling that comes out and you'll hear on a daily basis whether it's In individual states or cities or provinces here in Canada or right across the country the number of cases. This is We have five hundred cases today. We have one thousand cases today. Do we have based on that. We have any idea how many cases of covert nineteen there are just across around the world. We know how many people are getting sick. That's been well established in fact seriously sick enough to be admitted to the hospital. Those people are being counted. Well and that's what we usually seeing the figures but people who have minimum symptoms or no symptoms. We don't know you know Matt. This is the reason that wearing masks is so important to protect ourselves as well as to make sure that we who may have the infection and not know it. Don't give it to someone else. And that's the very basis of the recommendation that everyone who goes out should be masked now. What do we know about how somebody who is a symptomatic who has a cove in Nineteen? But no symptoms. How do they spread the virus? Spread through breathing. Because this is a virus that gets back up in your throat and down into your bronchial tubes and as you exhale microscopically. The virus is in the air that we exhale. And if you're standing within three to six feet of me inhaling you may inhale some of what I've exhaled along with the virus and thus I who was infected can inadvertently infect you even if you're not coughing even if you're not sneezing just by breathing just by breathing. Coughing and sneezing. Those are symptoms obviously will project the virus and even longer distances and may bring up more virus but even breathing is sufficient for the virus to get from me to you..

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"royal military college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"royal military college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A nice play in his own in center here in Georgia on a two on one drug and shot was saved Harper puts it back in her purse six of the season it came at eighteen twenty four door going to click on the assess each team with ten shots on goal in that period shots in the game they're forced to twenty three Niagara with twenty two penalties of the game came in the first period one penalty on Agra one on here for sixteen is for one on the power play twenty one saves for Jed belfry the freshman goalie for Niagara Ellie chilling with nineteen saves in the game on the faceoff dot a bitter period for airforce the falcons were a plus for on the dot in the second period fourteen wins for Air Force ten for Niagara in the game that forty five police officer forces one twenty four Niagara twenty one of course Brady Tom like he's been fantastic again he's twelve and four on the dot in this game alone he was nineteen and five last night is one thirty one faceoffs in five periods of hot to look manning is one seven draws type occupancy and Kieran Juergen have each one two two one airforce here thirty one second away from starting that third period in around eleven o'clock he finishes beats a good heart five two two two five points in the first place team a I see sweat Bentley the one to one tonight the only game still going on in Atlantic hockey Robert Morris leads Mercyhurst three to one after two periods Mercyhurst one last night's game Robert Morris ahead tonight in the two games coming up later tonight all righty is that there is a mistake game two of that series an army west point on the road exhibition game at the royal military college both teams are back on the ice moments away from the start of period number three here which we airforce and in Niagara the center faceoff circle Brady Tom lack and Ryan.

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"royal military college" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"royal military college" Discussed on The Current

"The Cat Lady went missing see very Very Distinctive Silhouette and very recognizable. Nizam's when you'd see you're walking into town a handkerchief on her hair long overcoat like somebody that lived on the street. All police could find and where her thirty cats shot dead. I always knew something had happened to her to vanish like that uncover the cat lady case he's from. CBC podcasts. For more on how these attacks are being felt across the region on joined by Christian life wreck. He's a professor of political science. That's at Royal Military College and Queen's University. He is in Kingston Ontario Christian. Good morning to you. Good Morning I want to start with the story. That's unfolding in that region. That's top of mind for so many Canadians right now. That's the death of one hundred. Seventy six people on board or Ukrainian plane crashed in Tehran. Sixty three Canadians. Among those dead people will wake up this morning. It's shocking news and people wake up this morning in the knowledge of the attack that we've just been talking about but then here of this plane crashes well and might initially connect the dots between the two. How are you reading what's happening? I mean the official statements have been of course that they're not related but One things the Iranians would have done in anticipation of of possible. US strikes against the missile launchers or for instance radar sites is that they might have used. GPS trackers and would possibly turned off either all sorts of other electronic equipment or try to use electron equipment to misguide and US assets cruise missiles planes or whatnot And so it's entirely possible that in the field of circumstance A civilian plane would readily get disoriented and not get for instance the proper sincere answers to knock right not the proper paying height for instance So so I think we'll. We would need an independent investigation to ascertain that whether we're actually going to be able to get that out around That'll be difficult ascertain. We'll follow that along as it develops in the meantime wh the attacks last night in these two basis. Why do you think those bases in particular were targeted? So I think the Iranians were trying to minimize the prospect of catering allied assets or allied personnel personnel other than the. US and the look. The Iranians have very good intelligence on what's happening on these basis It seems that several of the missiles also missed their intended targets and that was probably the greater risk A missile might fall somewhere where the Iranians had not intended it to fall then inadvertently Cost Collateral American Damage so I think it was meant as a clear signal that this was a strike. Against the United States it was not a strike against the NATO mission Oregon's partner countries within the region. Why do you think no one was hurt? Mark Rosenbaum hosing ball was suggesting that perhaps that was that was by design from the Iranians. Oh sure I mean. The Iranians could've retaliated right away. They have the intelligence they have the capabilities. There was no reason why the Iranians had to wait other than perhaps to honor the fallen general in morning Among the more time they gave the Americans more time Americans obviously had to move assets and people out of harm's way And I think that was very much intent Over the Iranian propaganda the machine had to retaliate. In some capacity the Americans would have much anticipated And so this is largely for the exploitation of domestic propaganda and for the the existential continuity of the regime rather than trying to inflict maximum damage on the United States. Canadian military has hundreds of troops in Iraq began moving the troops to Kuwait yesterday and the operations in Iraq have been paused. Do we know whether all of the Canadian troops out of Iraq I suspect the tweet by the chiefs defense stuff with indicated that if that had been the case of course now moving troops so it gets a lot more complicated because you WANNA make sure in case there's further strikes You don't confuse Canadian vehicles with Iraqi or US vehicles or whatnot. so I think they'll be considerable. Thinking of National National Defense and Kenya enforces this morning about how to ensure both the safety of the personnel and the ability of Canada of course in its leadership position will also have leadership roles to play Ah In assuring the safety of personnel and Alad Asset. Where does that? Where does that leave the role of Canada? A pause and operations isn't ceasing operations. Where does that that leave The Canadian troops so Canada will have an interest in a united. NATO is so Canada has like some other allies has withdrawn its troops The commitment by secretary-general showed America has been to restart the mission as soon as possible. And that's in the broader interests of of Canada because it wants to shore up the alliance then either lines is arguably the most important. Multilateral Institution of which candidates part and a significant interest enforce multiply for Canada in so Canada will not be the one breaking ranks it will be taking its cues from its allies And from the NATO they're also trying to counsel just in the final minute that we have when these attacks were launched. Last night I think a lot of people probably wondered. Is this the start of something that could get much larger and perhaps spiral out of control. MARKLE's inbal suggesting that perhaps there's the opportunity if not for diplomacy than certainly for de-escalation. Do you see that opportunity as well. sure I mean it doesn't missiles is is a fairly modest response The European Union yourself on the line has been really very active in trying to mediate with Iran Germany has indicated that it is actively talking to both Iran and Washington. And I think the statement by Secretary General Stoltenberg about the escalation is awesome. Awesome all of branch to Iran that perhaps There's a silver lining here and there may be an opportunity to negotiate and generate an endgame. That is acceptable. Both to the United States and Iran Iran both gone out of the current situation in for the region more broad than I guess the first signs of that would be what the US President says this morning. He's expected to talk later on today. Well as unpredictable as he is the unpredictability may also play to his strengths In terms of restraining BS Iranian leadership. Because if you're targeting arguably the second most important person in the country who knows who may be next among the arena league if they try to escalate Kirsten Brock thank you. It's been optician Sir. Christopher practice is a professor of political science at Royal Military College and Queen's University and an Eisenhower fellow the NATO Defense College still with the story. We we wanted to correct something from yesterday's program. One of our guests yesterday was speaking about the downing of an Iranian airliner in nineteen eighty eight by US forces that killed all two hundred ninety people aboard the guests said that the US later apologized for that incident actually the US has never apologized though. Eight years later it did express deep regret that and paid more than sixty one million dollars to the victims families to settle a lawsuit at the International Court of Justice for more C._B._C.. PODCASTS GO TO C._B._C. Dot C._A. Slash podcasts..

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"royal military college" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"royal military college" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"Hello Hello Hello my p perform and how are you doing today. It's episode one forty four of the entrepreneurial you podcast. Thank you so much for tuning. And of course I'm Handing Co conspirator after today's episode as with Scott McCarthy Scott's leadership journey started when he was young and had the drive to take control of everything that needed to be panned transferring these skills to the Canadian army Scott enrolled as a logistics officer in two thousand one when he was selected to attend the prestigious Royal Military College of Canada who at the age of twenty four Scott commanded an army transport platoon the two and comprising of over eight of over eighty soldiers at thirty three. He was selected to command. Logistics Squadron of two two hundred members in two thousand nine Scott was deployed to Kandahar Afghanistan where he was elected to train mentor and coach members of the Afghan National Army. So of course am truly looking forward to have this conversation on. Why leadership matters welcome? Welcome Scott's hey thanks for having me on here. It's great honor to be here absolutely absolutely. Have you ever had any Jamaicans live. I've actually vintage. Oh you have. What did you have while you were here I was only there for a day because it was a cruiser stop at Montego Bay for crews but I definitely had had some jerk chicken. I know that I'm pretty wrought some spice back and of course we had to bring back some rum right all right so oh have so many guests I am finding they are having. You know these one day Sepulveda's because air coming in coups his hair so next time you I'll come Tom. You need to touch base with me so that we can cuttings in person right absolutely in who knows we actually have a Offered Love Your for two is operational. Support hub there in Jamaica from time to time logistics guys like myself go down for a few weeks to a month at a time and maybe one day. I'll be one of those guys that gets to go instead Jamaica to take place we can beat up for a bit longer have some room. Perhaps maybe if I'm allowed to. Oh okay all right so normally opened with a cool tonight. Didn't open with one this but I want to start. I want not start because clearly have already started but I want to go back on and say these at every time you have to speak you are auditioning for leadership. And that's a quote by James Hughes. What do you think about that? I couldn't agree with it more more every time you're speaking in front of people. You are dishing for leadership. Because you're you're essentially trying to build their build or gain credibility and that your credibility commuter gained more a loss based off your speak and credibility is a cornerstone of leadership credibility. People aren't going to follow you if you have credibility and what you say Dan. Some people are GonNa look towards following you and when you get people that are falling you in bleeding in being able to impact our lives make things better more meaningful etc.. So yeah I totally agree with that statement and how does one go about S- gaining credibility doing the right things following up and doing what you say you're going to be doing not actually the taken advantage of situations for your own benefit but the benefit of those that. You're you're leading. That is the main way that you gain credibility if you you can't follow up with something that you said you were going to do then you have to explain why so people understand for legitimate reasons. Not because he didn't feel like you're because if you do something is because you didn't do you lack the ability to do something legitimately so you keep following up with this integrity piece has to be there so that you can build your credibility integrated masters and in the intro talks about you know whenever things from an early age when things that's planned you're the one planning and going about that. When did you know and recognize that you are in fact leader in any given country of using using that title with your name? That's that's an interesting question. Actually I never had that one Given to me I think the driver was always there when I actually recognized myself as a leader to others. I don't know if I ever have per se I do now because I'm own podcast about it and I've commanded you know two hundred soldiers and so on but I think a leader just doesn't need to necessarily know leader. They just know that people were falling. What they what what they're asking from them? They know that things are getting better. They're supporting their people. And that's really the main thing right. It's not about you leader. It's actually about your people taking care of your people making their lives better enabling them to do two jobs that are actually there to do on your behalf. You focus on those things so focus on when a new leader or not or if your leader because if you start going down that route start second guessing yourself and then you actually are hindering. What you're trying to do in the first first place right because you're by yourself and your people like Oh am I literally follow me or do they listen to me etc etc.? Like no look at them. Look at what they're doing are they do. You're asking them to do or you know trying to influence them do yes. Okay keep doing if not then that find out. Why why are you not is your communication style is is it your leadership style is? This is that but don't sit there and I go am I leader is our people. Follow me because I think you actually go down a rabbit hole. I think they can draw from her experience here from an early age I you know I have been what I would say of an early age but from a very long time I have been called a leader Peter and I feed I I you know I act in those in those capacities in those roles. Are there instances where for different groups. Yes I am pro-trade a different way and a different type of leader. Although I am the same person no I get very impatient with one particular. Gila Group of people right and and they've known me to be this impatient person and so it's drastically improves my success rate rates with this group and putting me on the land and this is a true story. How how do I advance and get that stereotypical of you? That is head of me to change so that I can be Be More influential with this group It's a really great question actually like what you're how you kind of framed it beginning in talking about leadership style Offering at the question. Is You know what's the best leadership style auto all tell everybody all of them and none of them because you can't have the same leadership ownership style for every single situation and every single group of people so it's actually a good thing that use change from group to group now. How can you go about being a more? More influential was certain group because you end up defaulting to a certain leadership south may or may not actually work. Well you know what change it up. Try it out or talk to people in the group so you know there should be one person in there that you know you can trust ninety nine percent of the time. There's always that one person that you know you can trust and that person will tell you exactly. What's what's on their mind? There's always someone there like that. Take that person off to the side. Say Okay why is this not getting through to you. The group what. What's what's going on here and you might find out that maybe it's not even you? It could be someone. That's actually hindering. What you're trying to achieve or what you're saying the way that you're communicating to them? It wasn't resonating with it. And you're like okay well if it's not community if Communications Prom what I'm saying isn't resonating with him. Okay just shift back. Shift my message a bit and see if that works okay. It's a bit better. Let's shift to change a little bit more and see this way works man. We gotta go in a little less authoritarian. A little bit more cooperative. Okay Eh but still you kind of lead them right like hey guys. I was thinking we have this problem. Here's some potential solutions here advantages disadvantages to the mall. This kind kind of what you think without even letting what you've already have in your mind what you WanNa do. kind of gear them towards the solution. That's one way of doing things. So if you just try to change things up a little bit you may that your influence make row and then you know now okay. This is Danni to this group with this situation. Does this Donnie. The need to play with that group with that situation and this is to you know go with on a normal day to day basis. I mean and you're absolutely right and You so having that conversation because condensation usually shifting and even just recently disciplined member of one of those that I'm referring to I simply had a conversation precision with one of the members recently. Who are like you said? Found that person right how this conversation and I recognize that both of us had this major misunderstanding. She's thinking one thing amp thinking something else. And there's a disconnect right and so this is very clear to me see that in leadership communication is is vital in water. What are some of the influences that you've seen in your own Leading of all these soldiers our communication has played a major rule. So I'll talk to you again in the kind of piggybacks off what you're talking about there. I find whenever I'm not getting one. I'm I'm looking forward ninety five percent of the time because I'm not actually articulating. What I want clearly enough for the people to understand what I'm saying so whenever I get what get something I'm not looking for? I go back a reengineering like okay was I actually clear and sometimes I'll even ask him like what did you understand from my you know my task task or my direction or whatever and they'll reengineer from like okay. Obviously that was not what I was talking about because this is not what I'm looking for right so Dan I need to explain it differently to you so that you understand what is in my head. Ninety five percent of the time. That is what happens. The other are times often what he sees the telephone game.

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"royal military college" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"In two thousand and eight twenty percent. So that they thought Winston Churchill was a fictional character. They can all boat company. Yep. So this is just sort of things that get thrown up by opinion polls. So the same poll found that twenty seven percent that Florence Nightingale had never existed. The forty seven percent. The Richard the Lionheart was fictional, which I can kind of understand because that sounds good sounds like sounds, maybe Richard the lion. But forty seven percent, the Eleanor Rigby was real also, what's there was a real woman. I mean in a way she was because Paul McCartney did see the name Eleanor Rigby on the tombstone. He didn't know her or her story, but it was well forty seven percent of British teenagers in two thousand and eight new that Beatles. Okay. Anecdote. A month later. They did another survey one in three primary school pupils thought that he was the first one to walk on the moon. Winston Churchill cool. I think a lot of these things it must be like they just give you a name of the person they go real or not real. And you just go. I don't know. Especially if the primary school you didn't care where you're crossing. You just explain to someone's giving you felt tip. So they just bring you moon. It's not as if they think he's fictional as in. It's a conspiracy that he was invented as an idea because you know, there was all that stuff about the fact that we we'll fight them on. The beaches was said by someone else voice, actor, yes. Which is not true. I don't think there was an idea that he had never done this to choose. It was the famous recording that we have on many of the famous recordings that we have in fact of Winston Churchill, I think we recorded after the war Churchill himself did a few in the studio, but they're all broadcast, which would voice actor. Yeah. Okay. Right. He has been a fictional character. In some respects. I went onto comic fine website of found. There's one hundred sixty four comic books with Winston Churchill as a coach. He's been in Star Trek comic eagle Justice league Super Bowl cups in America. Green lantern sunset clause versus the Nazis. The main once he wasn't very good in studies. I mean, I know is the thing that's often said about Churchill, but I do think is quite reassuring. When you realize how bad he was school. So he failed. Basically, everything agent nyc except history and English he failed his entrance exam to university twice or did the Royal Military college, which was hard to get into. But he failed out twice. But he failed everything except history English. Oh, well, he did it very badly in it. Yeah. Okay. But history thinkers was do best ones. I think say and then later on he won the Nobel prize for literature and defeated Nazis, history and English. So what was saying kids, especially is? Yeah. If you know going to French fuck it..

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"royal military college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Greatest Bank. I think in America for that matter the world. The news watch never stops. Listening to nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Nightside is the call is pretty much dictate. What we do. And many of you now seem to want to continue to talk about this whole question of the national anthem. So I'm not going to stop you. We will get to Serena Williams. And what happened at the US open on Saturday. But let's go now back to the phones, and we're going to go back to Antero to Richard who is in Ontario. Hi, richard. How're you this week? Mr. Tillman will always be a hero. Capper Nak will be an asker. I'm fine. Dan. How are you? And this is great that you're playing the anthem. I love it such a beautiful anthem. And the rendition was is amazing. And there's nothing more heart warming that one. A sacred anthem and a sacred symbol of that anthem. The flag when it's done properly. When the when the person singing the anthem properly dressed and sings the rendition as it's supposed to be sung such as Rene ran corridor. Jason Rosia do set in Montreal us to. But thank you very much for doing this. I think this is a great way to do it every Monday night and next week. I think we will pick a we will use. We will choose I should say Whitney Houston version, which is a great revision is she does a great job. Now. Gentleman just before your copy our break spoken with the NHL hockey night in Canada, which is big event Saturday nights here in Canada. If let's say Boston was playing Montreal Vancouver. Toronto the the network. However long it takes does not go to commercial. They play both anthems perfect. Well, not it should be. And I often wondered where were the history of how the anthem came to be before sporting event and. I wrote a letter to a sports historian up here in Canada. And he's still researching about about United States, and he may not find out but here in Canada he believes it was started the hockey season in nineteen fourteen because being at the start of the World War One a game between Queens University, which is like on par with Harvard or Yale and the and the Royal Military college of Canada, he thinks that's the first time the anthem anthem's were played he thinks there was two of them played the God, save the king and the maple leaf forever. Ironically, Canada was not played. Well, I think that's probably true. And I'm just thinking here if I can if I can pull this up real quickly here. I would suspect that it probably has something to do with. Moreton ten ten. I don't know. What that was. It says here I'm looking at a piece out of out of a history dot com. It says baseball fans in the late nineteenth century might have heard live military bands played the star spangled banner at a game. Every so often, but the song which hadn't yet been designated as the national anthem wasn't really a common occurrence at sporting events that began to change on September fifth two thousand eighteen during game one of the World Series moving the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago cuts. It was an era when the Red Sox still had Babe Ruth and the phrase the last time the cubs won the World Series. Wasn't a joke. So again it apparently started to be played regularly. As a consequence of World War One as well down here. So that's what I got an if someone wants to correct me or or challenge the history channel. That's what I got simple as that. All right here. Bang on Dan grades shoulders. Always make a brief comment about Serena. Yeah. Absolutely. Because we're going to get to Serena. I am. Having officiated the top amateur hockey in the world for nine years. I think the Tehran pyre pulled the trigger too quickly. I'm kind of a little I'm more sympathetic with Serena than people might expect. I think that that it got under her skin. I think she couldn't let it go. And and I and I felt sorry for I also felt sorry for the for the woman who defeated her that day because it because it did. Overshadow? What a great win. So we'll we'll talk about that. Thanks for breaking the ice that when Richard you, my friend. IT soon. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty we will continue along you wanna talk about the anthem. That's great. We'll give everyone an opportunity, and then we will eventually pivot to Serena Williams, and it was a meltdown, and that's not a sexist term in my opinion. Nightside with Dan Rae. The.

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"royal military college" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"The department of national defence does not want the men and women who serve this country to serve it. While they are high this morning, the military announced tough new rules limiting marijuana use among its members. They will not be able to consume on active duty on ship or while stationed abroad, and depending on the sensitivity of their duties. Military members here at home will be prohibited from using cannabis anywhere from eight hours to four weeks before they show up for work. Stewart Hendin is a lawyer who's represented military clients and who has served as a Royal Military college trainer. We reached Mr. Hendon insure them Long Island, Mr. Handan. Why does the military need its own marijuana rules. The military is is a completely different entity. The military, its function is the management of the engagement and management of extreme violence. So if we take that as the function amongst other things to manage extreme violence, you really have to be on the top of your game all the time and remember that ours is a contract force, not a conscripted force so you volunteer to join you sign a contract with, in this case, the government of Canada to abide by rules that will be set down if the employer, if the Canadian forces say as a matter of principle, these are the fundamentals that you will follow on any line in in this case, we're talking about recreational drug use. If these are the rules that we set than by virtue of the fact you are applying. To join to become a member of of that organization. Then you agree to abide by the rules the question. That is what rules are going to be set down. All right. Well, let me go through this as I understand it under the new rules members. Military cannot consume cannabis up to eight hours before performing any duty up to twenty four hours before handling a loaded weapon or driving vehicle and up to twenty eight days before joining the crew of an aircraft or a submarine. Do these rules go far enough in your mind. I suppose pretty small, c, conservative on that. And I would think that the stronger the limitations on the use, the better it would be and let me give you the example. In this particular case, it is a certain number of hours or days before the piloting of an aircraft or participating in the operation of an aircraft. Now that is a very finely tuned machine. But what about the people who service that aircraft? Are they not to be held to the same standard as those who operate the aircraft. And in my view, the answer should be yes, because one small error on a mechanic servicing an aircraft technician servicing aircraft on any of its functions. The damage could be catastrophic twenty eight days sound like enough for you to make sure that that those people are on the top of their game as you put it before. I would think so. I would. Think so. But here again, of course, what happens when someone goes on leave and comes off of leave. The thing is that. Talk about a certain number of hours before using a weapon. The problem is that everyone in the forces has to be certified on the weapon at least once a year. Well, and and and I'm mindful of the fact that on a foreign operation of any sort, there could be no cannabis use, but I guess I come back to the to the fundamental. And if I guess in this regard I tend to be rather old school. But if you want to be part of that organization than the most stringent application is the one that should be enforced. So do you think that military members maybe should be prevented from using their wanna at all? I would not be adverse to that. Why should we have different rules for military members who use cannabis to get high versus those who drink alcohol? That is a very good question. And the problem is that I guess for so many years, alcohol was socially acceptable and even when we look back, remember that on her majesty ships up until some years ago. Alcohol was part of the operating procedure on every daily rash was taken off. We see from time to time in some of the best is at noon hour. Some people will go and have two or three bottles of beer or drugs of beer and then go back to work. Are they at their most efficient when they go back?.

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"royal military college" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Outside of the rig could have transferred then the smoking gun was a pair of scissors found in the locked trunk of stevens car that would determined to bay the tool years to cut the roses of his parachute the roses father's fans on the blades and only stevens day was found on the scissors during the initial investigation diseases were given a low priority to to a monumental misunderstanding between police and british parachuting association expert john hitchin when he was unable to cut through the roses with the scissors who was supplied by police he requested a hoop no f police understood this is meaning that scissors in general were unable to cut through the tough material however join hitchin lighted clarified only the scissors supplied to him at that moment were unable to cut through as were loose and didn't work properly but another pair of working scissors would have been able to cut through just fall on the pair found in the trunk of stevens cau where ordinary kitchen scissors in good working order they could cut through the material this is were in the locked trunk of stevens car but the keys were in the ignition meaning anyone could've easily grabbed the case and access the trunk old scott design gloves and many wear them made him when the weather is warm haven on the hottest day it's very cold fittings hasn't fate also god against cuts and scrapes from bad landings seeing someone wearing gloves would not be at all out of place even on a hot day investigators probed further into stevens personal life they heard about the tom he told friends that if he was going to take off it would bay bus go dogging there were also reports he was not enjoying his toa at the royal military college of science he admitted he was in a course he didn't lock and he was also under the impression he filed his examinations the college said this belief was mistaken stephen had wrecked up seventeen thousand pounds in debt and max daddy's credit codes much of it on skydiving he bought himself in expensive state of the power shoot and then there are the jumps themselves you could spend one hundred pounds on a slow day and it was easy to spend a lot more especially when training competition he's debts were bad enough that he'd be honest the check in the mess hall which go to mean to straw with these military superiors several of stevens friends knew of his debts and today stated he was not concerned by them according to them stephen thirties debts would sort themselves out and he didn't dwell on them at all there was also stevens unexplained eleven mile draw to a guest i on the chew day before his death he claimed to have gone there to purchase snacks yet that would close guest asians to the drug i could have gone to the one hhave is it was out of the way you would have to deliberately seek it here he didn't put any guests and he's car either as he's tank was newly empty when investigators light oh this led to speculation stephen had gone to the gestation to purchase trucks there's no proof of this furthermore the truth stevens relationship with ruth would has was that it was strenght that we're at the point of splitting up ruth explained their relationship was a casual uni student fit the grew from a mutual love of drama cedar hustles meant i saw each other 'twas awake but they didn't have the tone for the relationship to develop more deeply root said that neither of them would clingy paypal and that had been no distress for may the saud both what happy with what they had and the decision to split with mutual one friend posted on skydiving forum drop zone dot com quite stave was the coin of person who worried about something only when it was up solutely staring him in the face he's attitude was always it'll be okay no matter how unrealistic that was splitting up with these go friend being in debt and having possibly filed exams wouldn't worry him until the point where he'd been declared bankrupt they chucked out of uni and saying he's go friend within you bloke stephen's closest friend non skydiving jason saunders spoke to the independent newspaper jason claimed stephen was full of plans for the future in the las conversation knighthood just before stephen left for the competition as stevens previous remark about wanting to bosco though having those you knew him to save this comment as a reflection of how passionate he was about the sport.

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"royal military college" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The british parachute association's annual general meeting on january twenty four and twenty five hoping somebody would come forward with fresh information the was a two day affair that included demonstrations of new equipment and talks from experts on different aspects of skydiving being in the middle of winco it was attended by large percentage of the uk skydiving population providing them with this offering fix while there were no drop zones berating yet no further information was gained from the event with all levin news for motor explored detectives returned to a theory that had been briefly raised then discarded at the beginning of the investigation that stephen hilda had taken his own life police raiding viewed stevens family and friends except this time questions will focus on stave specifically note on others who may have had issue with him they asked if stephen gave any indication he was suicidal did he have problems in his life hell was he in the wakes days india was leading up to the joan steven's mother had spoken to him at length the friday before the competition shea record he was he saying talkative self he'd had a good time with these father of the bon jovi concert the saturday before his father said stephen was an energetic enthusiastic fun loving and confident young men planning as future nobody noticed anything different in his demeanor before the joan they were adamant david would never take zayn lawf however it was known stephen scott serving obsession had caused him to neglect some other parts of his lawf including study and he's relationship there were no reports of what happened on the case over the next six weeks but it was clear police had not yet finished with stephen hilda's teammates on march ten two thousand four detective searched the rooms of by drian blair and david mason without warning on david's personal computer they found a draft i beat you're e v stephen ridden in a humorous thaw david said it was i got offing magazine own i police did not publicly reveal the contents of the bitchy worry i founded disturbing and inappropriate david said it was being misconstrued by police and it was mealy taba docu typical of steven and scott of his in general the lawyer representing adrian david cited quote that would take an aback when the police turned up out of the blue deny what the police were looking for the boys had no involvement in stave to death whatever the place were looking for at same's they didn't find two weeks later to their greg relief adrian and david would night afford that i would no longer suspects that would cleared of any involvement in stephen who'd is death however the suspicion uncertainty and relentless targeting took his though adrian queenie's degree at the royal military college and moved to canada with those suspects officially cleared and now others on the horizon police doubled down on the suicide theory speculation wash stephen would stage such an elaborate suicide was varied the question being why if stephen had decided he was going to throw that day did he simply note the poise parachute at all and just full some suspected his conversion to roman catholicism few years earlier played upon the church god suicide as a scene saipa habsi hit the act behind the illusion of modem how this speculated that it was to ensure his parents could cash in life insurance others wondered if he sabotaged zion gear to ensure he couldn't back out of his plan tests fan stephen sweat around the fried edges of material that was slashed on one of these parachutes is streaming this referred to the main broad that had been cut this discovery was making the wind vane far more surprising to discover the stevens day and i was not on that as wet would be expected to transfer onto the main bronco every tongue the parachute was packed further tests found that maneuver is from the cut webbing with fan don stevens clothing beneath these jumpsuit this was more interesting but still inconclusive he may have done he's gay check before putting on his jumpsuit and in doing so any fathers that were on the.

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"royal military college" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"As a member of three men team it around three hundred jumps stay them was considered any into media level skoda as where his teammates adrian blair and david nice but not in years old adrian and david where cadets with stephen of the royal military college of science shrivenham both were on a military coups and would be arriving to hibbert style airfield for the comp later in the wake stephen hoped to get a few practice jumps in before then they were bunk rooms where jump is could hire a bed at the drug sign if they wanted to that few did that they preferred the pitch tents through dan mattress in the corner of a hang oh ho sleeping cars as stephen did the money they saved on accommodation was better spent on jones it was a quiet night when stephen arrived to the airfield he had a couple of drinks at the drops i'm bah and then went to his car hundred toy for the note the weather was threatening to be on cohen to scott of his that wake the plane couldn't take off at all on tuesday july one and chief instructor pull hulo soon announced that jumping was off the day so stephen drive eleven miles to a gas station where he bought some snacks on wednesday july two there were just two or three jumps before the score office were again granted stephen was on one of these with him was his coach wearing a camera on his home so that when stevens teammates arrived later that evening that could watch the food jenker taking stall nobody knows where the stephen packed up he's parachute himself off to landing or if he haw at one of the professional packers to do it for him but it was luckily to beat the form most go dog is pectin main parachutes themselves but there was always someone else ready to do it for five quid after he's parachute was packed stephen left it in the kit room the kit room walls belonged with racks of parachute kids hanging on their shoulder straps the rex kept them off the ground and made it easy squad office to identify and grabbed a kid when it was tom for joe hey gun of his parachute harness was distinctive stevens was black white and grey unusual in its lack of broad colas kit rooms are no usually monitored and are accessible to anybody on the drop zone to come and go as they please the kate room at hibbard style filled also doubled as land room scott avas could hang out or what stay there when not jumping that wednesday evening stephen hilda's teammates adrian and david arrived a welcome party was hold of the drops i'm by the trio drank conjoining games like pasta the possible most of the seventy eight competitors for the collegiate nationals had arrived they all hoped the competition would be starting the next day but the weather on thursday july three had other planes thunderstorms lashed much of the united kingdom signaling the beginning of a hate wave pskov his red voiced early that there would be no jumping day and quite luckily none the next with skydiving not an option the competitors drops aren't stuff and on the scott offers nine as fun jumpers had deformed something else to do stephen huda went shopping for something to wear for the fancy dress party that was to behold that evening most these teammates went to the cinema in the great college tradition scavenger hunt was organized in the afternoon with poon and famous underwear on the list of autumn's competitors had to come up with bonus points were awarded for completing random gross tosks stephen valiantly scuffed dan's doug food in an effort to win the pros which was so inconsequential nobody could remember what it was after barbecue dinna stephen adrian and david spent a couple of abbas getting ready for the party they arrived at the drops i'm barbara round non pm the party was.

"royal military college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You four expert witnesses answering one pressing question from the news the first thing you notice is a tightness in your chest shortness of breath you feel dizzy confused and your skin starts to sweat you don't know it yet but you'll nervous system is under attack in your muscles shutting down you start to drool and vomit your lungs fill with liquid and your heart starts to spasm this is what happens to your body after it comes into contact with a nerve agent will happen to the former russian spy sergei scruple in his daughter in britain in march this year it's what suspected to have killed over forty people mostly women and children in syria a few weeks ago yet these nerve agents were banned over twenty years ago hundreds of countries supposedly destroyed their entire stockpiles so where these nerve agents come from this week we speak to four of the world's most experienced chemists and researches as we ask on of agents out of control one colorless and odorless a month before my nineteenth birthday a baby arms and i remember to this day walking so he gets a role metric ademir centers expert witness exarmy intelligence officer phillip ingram he spent twenty six years working for the british military much of it during the cold war time when soldiers on both sides trained for a new kind of warfare issued your chemical protection kit had goes with you everywhere at all times and in there we had the drug called atropine an atropine is one of the antidotes for nerve agents phillip ingram knew more about these chemicals than most he'd studied what some cool the chemistry of death britain's royal military college of science there he'd learned about the socalled father of nerve agent jerry trader was a german scientist who was legitimately looking at pesticides and he came across this substance and recognised just how potent it was gerhard trader had stumbled on tablet an incredibly toxic compound it was far more potent than chlorine or mustard gas which had filled the trenches of the first world war and there was another important difference it was invisible chlorine.

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"royal military college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"royal military college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Tonight and back your again tomorrow night for air force and sacred heart falcons come in eleven ten in three overall they're coming off of their first conference sweep of the season with wins last friday and saturday night in rochester against alrighty first road sweep of the season for this air 14th sacred are playing better in their last four pioneers hutu into they are too and to jane let's take a look around atlanta cocky first all pitch on the standings a logjam at the top can aegis in holy cross tied prefer first place in the league danger 22 points niagara just two points back there in third place with twenty points army they i see and mercy hurst three teams all tied for fourth place in the league they all had eighteen points and then appoint backers robert wars seventy points there in seventh place authorities in eight places air force team in ninth place with fourteen points the falcons are six eight and two in league play bentley and sacred art tied for ten th place they each have dwelt points around atlanta cocky will army has the night after night everybody else is in action in worcester the battle of the purple niagara is holy cross game one of a twogame series that's the secondplaced team in the thirdplace team in the conference doing battle tonight icu that mercy hurst tonight can aegis is that alrighty bentley is that robert morrison we mentioned arbel army west point they have denied off tonight tomorrow night is a rivalry game against the royal military college but the black nights off tonight and we will be back here tomorrow night for the second game in this series and again as all of the saturday home games are for the rest of the season earlier starting time tomorrow night 505 for the puk drop 435 for warmup show for air force and sacred heart on a saturday night here at the cadet ice arena we'll take a break when we come back we'll check the tail of.

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