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Winning Design/Design gagnant

Winning Design/Design gagnant

The RCMSA congratulates Mary Fielder for submiting the winning design for the second generation RCMSA coin. Our thanks to all who participated in the design contest. The new coin should be available for purchase in the late spring. L’ASSRC félicite Mary Fielder pour avoir soumis le design gagnant, de la deuxième génération, du jeton de l’Association. Nos remerciements à tous ceux et celles qui ont participé. Le nouveau jeton...

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It’s that time of year when we ask that you pay your annual dues. The $20 you pay allows us  to undertake projects that support the RCMS Family. C’est à cette période de l’année que nous vous demandons de payer votre cotisation annuelle. Les 20 dollars que vous payez nous permettent de réaliser des projets qui soutiennent la famille SSRC.

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Fingertip Facts/Bon a savoir

Fingertip Facts/Bon a savoir

Learn about the evolution of Canada’s military medical...

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RCMS Trivia

RCMS Trivia

  The first CFHSTC Honorary Colonel was a member of the British Trans Arctic Expedition in 1968-69 Click here  to learn more     The origin(s) of the Royal Canadian Medical Service (RCMS) motto Militi Succurrimus   While the most recent history of the Canadian Forces Health Service gives credit to Lieutenant-Colonel Tony Grasset as the person to suggest the Motto of the CFHS, Militi Succurrimus. Tony did not propose the name but submitted...

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Message in a Bottle

Message in a Bottle

Message in a bottle: the discovery of a young medical officer’s map from the 1917 Battle of Hill 70.  The map, entitled “Loos 36° NW3,’”was drawn by 24-year-old Captain Alexander Edward MacDonald in fall 1917 and was found in his old surgery textbook. MacDonald’s map depicts the positions of Canadian frontlines and medical units after the Battle of Hill 70.    ...

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