TABLE OF CONTENTS 2008 issue 4

Rheinmetall Defence supplies “Green” Training Ammunition. EADS demonstrates air refueling system on AWACS. L-3 MAS exports Aerospace Expertise.

BY SEAN CLARKE

Creating effective maritime strategy.

BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

Leadership needed for marine security.

BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

Will Canada Command play a key role?

BY MARK GILES and DAN THOMAS

Reserve issues have generated much discussion over the years.

Lockheed Martin, Rockwell Collins, and Boeing invest in training. U.S. Veterans appeal PTSD court ruling.

BY TOM BLACKWELL

Combat doctors are finding innovative methods that work. Can some of those lessons from the battlefield be translated to civilian care?

BY JACQUELINE CHARTIER

In a theatre of war, soldiers, sailors, airmen and air women are required to function in a volatile and relentlessly unforgiving environment. Evidence shows the mission is beginning to take a growing physical and psychological toll.

BY SAM MILLER

Coping with the aftermath of war is an ongoing challenge for soldiers, their families – and the medical world.

BY JÜRGEN K.G. ROSENTHAL

Today’s operational reality dictates increasingly demanding roles for armoured vehicles and their crews.

BY SGT BETH DEL VECCHIO

Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan mentors help the Afghan National Police prepare for success.

BY LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

We must take the next critical step in ensuring the transparency and efficiency of large capital procurement contracts.

The Government must recognize that there is a problem and be prepared to introduce real reforms.

BY PETER MacKAY

Canada First Defence Strategy.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Canada’s Minister of National Defence, Peter MacKay, briefs readers on the Canada First Defence Strategy.