Canadian Military Colleges
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Formed in 1948 following the reorganization of the tri-services colleges of the Royal Canadian Navy, Royal Canadian Air Force and Canadian Army following World War II into a grouping. The CMC initially consisted of:
- Royal Military College of Canada RMC – formed in 1874
- Royal Roads Military College RRMC – 1940 HMCS Royal Roads, 1942 Royal Canadian Naval College, 1947 RCN-RCAF Joint Services College, 1948 Canadian Services College - Royal Roads, 1968 Royal Roads Military College
In 1952 Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean (CMR) was added to the CMC.
In July 2007, the federal government announced that the military college at St. Jean, which was closed in 1995 will reopen in fall 2007.
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