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Inaugurated in 1950, the Old Brigade is made up of all Ex-Cadets who have a college number and  have attended one of the Royal Military Colleges dating back 50 years or more.

Each year, the Homecoming weekend  is an opportunity to induct a new class into this prestigious group. Recognizable by a distinctive tie and beret, new members of the Old Brigade are entitled to lead the parade during the presentation ceremony of commemorative coins, badges and the induction of their class.

Learn about the Old Brigade with Pierre Chevalier

Assistant Adjudant of the Old Brigade

The main function of the Assistant Adjudant of the Old Brigade is to help with the coordination of the activities of members of the Old Brigade who have attended RMC Saint-Jean. He is responsible for the induction of the new class into the Old Brigade during  Homecoming weekend.
 

Currently, the position is held by 6853 Pierre Chevalier. To contact him, please  click here .

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Vieille Brigade de la classe de 1973

Old Brigade Class of 1972
 

Old Brigade Class of 1971
 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the official induction of Classes CMR 70-75 and CMR 71-76  was awarded in 2022. However, the class of 1971 marked their time in the Old Brigade by carrying out a face-to-face and virtual event at the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City from October 1 to 3, 2021. The class also produced a commemorative book of over 400 pages. See an excerpt here.

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Old Brigade of the class of 1970
 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the official induction was postponed to 2021. In order to virtually mark the 50th anniversary of the entry of this class, a section is available. See here