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  1. Royal Roads Military College collection. RRMC yearbooks. Access to physical collections not presently available. The physical collections and Archives reference service are currently unavailable. Links to the digital collections are below. The Log: RRMC yearbooks from 1943 to 1995.

  2. A lasting legacy. From 1940 to 1995, Royal Roads served as a training institution for military officers. Originally opened to train naval reserve officers for service in the Second World War, it was soon expanded to provide military and academic education for all three military services. Training at Royal Roads gave cadets a solid foundation to ...

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  4. As a rule, officer cadets at Royal Roads (or RMC or CMR) did not wear flight suits during the college term. If they wore them during summer training, they would have air force related patches in them, not military collage related ones.

  5. The Royal Military College welcomed one hundred new students on September 8th, 1948 with Brigadier D.R. Agnew acting as the new Commandant of the College. Two years later students from Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, B.C. (1940-1995) joined the College in their third year to fulfill the school’s tri-service mandate.

  6. The college had a final name change in 1967 to Royal Roads Military College (RRMC). It began granting degrees in 1975, expanding to offer a four-year degree programs in 1976 in areas including oceanography, psychology and military and strategic studies.

  7. Royal Roads University (also referred to as RRU or Royal Roads) is a public university with its main campus in Colwood, British Columbia. It is located at Hatley Park National Historic Site on Vancouver Island. Following the decommissioning of Royal Roads Military College in 1995, the government of British Columbia created Royal Roads ...

  8. The Royal Roads Military College collection includes records of the former military college on the Hatley Park site and its antecedents — HMCS Royal Roads, Royal Canadian Naval College, Royal-Canadian Navy–Royal Canadian Air Force College, and Canadian Services College Royal Roads.

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