TABLE OF CONTENTS 2009 issue 2

BY JERROD RILEY

The failing procurement situation for the Joint Support Ships (JSS) indicates serious repercussions for our sovereignty and economic well-being. The situation must be addressed quickly.

BY JILL PATERSON

What are we doing as a country to make sure future generations never forget? Get involved and share your experiences with today’s youth.

BY LYNNE BERMEL

Air Force personnel are helping to spread their story to Canadians.

BY JACQUELINE CHARTIER

With a mandate to protect the public, the environment, and security interests, the USCG has been testing its new Ocean Sentry planes in real life SAR.

BY SERGE E. VIDALIS

Understanding and raising the awareness of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder for high risk professions. A Discussion on Post-Trauma.

BY BILL MARCH

The Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre will reach “full ­operational capability” in 2010.

BY KAREN CHRISTIUK

A new automation philosophy is the first step in ultimately changing how military aircraft are flown in the future.

BY PATRICK LENNOX

Canada led a major multilateral coalition of warships, contributing to maritime security and stability in the Arabian Sea.

BY LGen STEVE LUCAS

Trade shows provide a valuable forum where emerging capabilities and future requirements can be matched to ultimately enhance operational effectiveness and significantly mitigate risks.

BY TIM DUNNE

Noted specialists on Afghan affairs, Dr. David Kilcullen and J. Alexander Thier, tackle concerns about allied ­military operations in Afghanistan.

BY CHUCK BLACK

A synopsis of latest trends in space, and a call for a formal document outlining Canadian space policy.

BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

The subject of SAR in the north is a very real and pressing issue. Canada must be prepared for any major incident – with resident resources at the ready.