TABLE OF CONTENTS 2004 issue 2

BY PATRICK MEIKLE

An overview of Findland's safety and defence technologies and concepts. 

BY DAVE BROWN

How would you summarize the Typhoon as an aircraft? 

BY MARK ROMANOW

Budget 2004 has yet-again ignored DND’s desire for an integral Strategic Airlift capability.

BY JAMES COX

Deputy Prime Minister and Public Safety Minister, Anne McLellan, has announced the government’s intention to develop a comprehensive, integrated national security policy.

Interview: General Ray Henault
BY JOHN LEECH

The Canadian Forces responds to the changing security environment.

BY STEFAN DEGRAEF and EDWIN BORREMANS

Multinational flying packages which are becoming common in ­military operations today. The NFTC offers participating air forces a three-phase training programme for their future fighter pilots using state-of-art software and equipment.

Maritime Security
BY PETER AVIS

Traditionally, we have been a nation that “reacts” to crises, but Canada has a part to play in this international Security and Intelligence transformation.

BY PATRICK DOWSETT

The current state of Canada's air mobility fleet is an area of concern. The renewal of our air-to-air refuelling role will greatly enhance the contribution that our air mobility and fighter forces can make in the implementation of the Government’s foreign and domestic policy goals.

BY MARK ROMANOW

For a cost of C$80M, Arcturus SAR would provide both an improved east coast SAR capability and a footprint Canadian Military presence, demonstrating Arctic Sovereignty through increased NORPATs.

BY INGAR MOEN and Dr JOHN BOVENKAMP

A key concept for military transformation and future ops of the new security ­environment.

BY PETER PIGOTT

The C-295 as a cost-effective means of securing borders and protecting resources. The basic design has been improved to make it a multi-role aircraft, such as for transport of freight, medevac and ­paratroops.