TABLE OF CONTENTS 2005 issue 1

BY RONALD COVAIS

It’s all about Leadership, at all levels, across disciplines ...

LGen Rick Hillier
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Combining previous experience in volatile countries with his service in Afghanistan as Commander of the multinational International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in 2004, LGen Rick Hillier is well positioned to transfer lessons learned fighting rebel forces to the new Army transformation and regeneration process.

BY DENNIS R. (Doc) HOPPER

In our special “Simulation Series,” FrontLine offers a wide selection of articles covering Modelling and Simulation (M&S) in the Canadian Defence and Security environments. A number of trends have become apparent, such as the tremendous increase in capabilities, the affordability of these new technologies and the innovation and adaptability for application in these sectors.

BY JOHN LEECH

The military uses of unmanned (uninhabited!) vehicles have increased dramatically in the last few years.

BY BGen MIKE WARD

Modeling and Simulation

BY MAJOR TONY BALACEVICIUS

Simulation and Training Technologies are important components of the Canadian Army’s Transformation efforts as it refines and develops capabilities that are relevant to the battlefield of the future.

BY DUANE CRONIN

The development of improved protection from Anti-personnel landmines has been an area of international interest since the Second World War.

BY STAN JACOBSON and DARREL TATRO

...Force Multiplier or Achilles Heel?

BY PETER AVIS

The Canadian Government embarks on the review of the Bill C-36.

BY JAMES COX

Canada is not doing enough, fast enough.