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Birchall, Air Commodore L.J.
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Looking at the type of officer coming out of Canada's Military Colleges. History of the Royal Military College. Changing military needs. Details of The Regular Officer Training Plan and Reserve Entry. Indications of the value placed on this Plan. Selection procedures and standards for candidates. Academic differences between the universities and Military Colleges. Advantages in maintaining ROTP cadets in the universities. The double aim of the Military Colleges: to educate and to train; to provide cadets with a mental, moral and physical stamina. Some details of curriculum, and of training. The new policy of integration and how it will affect the Colleges. Measuring the success of the Military Colleges.