Brigadier-General J.G.E. Tremblay, CD
Brigadier-General Eric Tremblay graduated from le Collège militaire royal de St. Jean in 1985 and began his career with the Royal Canadian Artillery with 5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du Canada (5e RALC). He has commanded at the Battery, Regimental and Brigade levels. His field assignments included: 5e RALC, 4th Air Defence Regiment, the Royal Canadian Air Defence Artillery School, the Royal Canadian Artillery School, and 5e Groupe-brigade mécanisée du Canada. He has served in joint positions within Force Mobile Command, the Vice-Chief of Defence Staff Group, the Deputy Chief of Defence Staff Group (DCDS), the Strategic Joint Staff (SJS) and I (US) Corps.
Senior Staff appointments include Section Head/Directorate of Defence Analysis (VCDS), Executive Assistant to the DCDS, Director of Current Operation at the SJS, ISAF Spokesperson, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff Communications/ISAF HQ, Afghanistan, and Deputy Commanding General (Support) and Chief of Staff I (US) Corps. His operational deployments include Cyprus (1987), Bosnia-Herzegovina (1996) and Afghanistan (2004 and 2009). Brigadier-General Tremblay assumed command of the Royal Military College of Canada on July 14, 2011.
Brigadier-General Tremblay holds a BA in Business Administration and a Master’s degree in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada.