TABLE OF CONTENTS 2008 issue 3

BY LCdr C. ROBINSON and Cdr LUC CASSIVI

As stealth platforms, submarines are well suited to work either autonomously or with other maritime forces.

BY JAMES BOUTILIER

Unprecedented levels of shipping, naval activity, ­disputes, and cooperation at sea.

BY LCdr ANGUS TOPSHEE

Canada’s deployment with SNMG1 was remarkably successful on many levels.

BY HUGUES CANUEL

Canadians need an active military ­presence in the North.

BY PATRICK ST DENIS

Establish and maintain maritime stability and security.

BY HUGUES CANUEL

Maritime assets are experiencing challenges of re-capitalizing the surface fleet.

BY VICE-Adm DREW ROBERTSON

The security of the world’s oceans is vital to global prosperity.

BY CAPT K.J. PICKFORD

Building and strengthening Canadians’ appreciation for their navy.

BY JERROD RILEY

Politicians continue to put ‘Party First.’ As a result, our ocean approaches will be without a credible naval presence for up to seven years.

BY PETER AVIS

The modern naval reservist has been training to become expert at important domestic security tasks.

BY PATRICK LENNOX

A civilian joins HMCS Iroquois on the first leg of her mission to participate in the War on Drugs and the War on Terror.

VIA Rail, Veterans of Canada, CMC, General Dynamics of Canada, Eurocopter, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems.

BY MICHEL MAISONNEUVE

RMC Saint-Jean is tasked with educating and training selected personnel for an effective service career within the CF.

BY CWO MARIO OUELLET

Milestones and accomplishments mark the professional development of NCOs within NATO.

General Egon Ramms
BY JÜRGEN K.G. ROSENTHAL

General Egon Ramms, German Army Commander of Allied Joint Force ­Command Brunssum.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Careful assessment of the post 9/11 global security environment has uncovered important niche requirements that the navy is perfectly suited to fill.