To Serve Canada
A History of the Royal Military College Since the Second World WarBook - 1991
During the four decades following the Second World War, the Royal Military College of Canada has adapted to the need to produce professional career officers by evolving into an academic centre of excellence and one of the country's leading universities. Along the way, it has responded to the challenges of service integration and unification, bilingualism, the emergence of Collège militaire royal and Royal Roads Military College, the employment of women in non-traditional roles, Canada's changing cultural make-up, and the rapid pace of technological change. In a society in which the precepts of military service are increasingly remote, the continued competition for entrance into RMC speaks of its resilience as a centre of learning and leadership.
Publisher: Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, 
Copyright Date: ©1991
Branch Call Number: 355.00711 ROY PRE
Characteristics: xviii, 248 pages :,illustrations ;,23 x 29 cm
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