TABLE OF CONTENTS 2009 issue 6

BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

Hudson reviews and reports on the effectiveness of House of Commons and Senate proceedings and committees.

BY SHARON HOBSON

The Fixed Wing Search and Rescue project is not the longest program in the history of the Department of National Defence, nor is it the most complex or even the most expensive. But it’s well on the way to becoming the most frustrating!

BY LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

There has been a flurry of activity surrounding the Canadian government’s intention to invest over $40 billion into its Federal Fleets over the next 30 years.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Vehicle wear and crew fatigue pose both safety and combat ­performance concerns.

BY BLAIR WATSON

Is DND addressed rising fuel prices? What kind of savings can be realized by fuel hedging?

BY KEN POLE

The Industrial Regional Benefits program, the cornerstone of Canadian military and security procurement, has been undergoing detailed scrutiny with a view to increasing transparency, fairness and efficiency.

BY TIM DUNNE

This most basic democratic right, surprisingly, is only partially available to members of the ­Canadian Forces whose service takes them away for several years.

BY JAMES CARELESS

With some 1.4 million people actively serving in its armed forces, India has the third-largest military in the world.

BY ROBERT DAY

Quick synopsis of international defence equipment plans.

BY FRONTLINE STAFF

DCNS; WiDS; Lockheed Martin.