TABLE OF CONTENTS 2010 issue 3

BY ROBERT DAY

What is on the horizon for space, airforce, navy and army.

BY ROBERT DAY

No other nation has followed this course of action, suggesting to their respective governments that unification is a flawed concept.

BY LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

The Royal Navy's Submarine Command Course was credited with reducing United Kingdom submarine losses in WWII.

BY ANDRÉ FECTEAU

A multi-capable vessel, the French navy plans to use the Aquitaine for numerous missions: air-marine surveillance, escort, maritime traffic control, and maritime rescue.

BY CHRISTOPHER BOBYN

Fresh from training with the Russian Navy in the Baltic, and subsequent coldwater trials en route to Canada, the Horizon Class destroyer arrived to waiting representatives from the Canadian Navy and the naval industry.

BY KEITH GLADSTONE

This technology is much more effective with the right training.

BY BLAIR WATSON

An assessment of politics and corruption in Afghanistan politics.

BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

There been little input from Arctic communities on how SAR service delivery is provided. This needs to change.

BY KEN POLE

The challenge for the federal government is balancing the need for security against industry’s need to do business.

BY KEN POLE

Canadian defence and security companies are waiting to see how U.S. President Obama’s proposed overhaul of export controls will affect them.

Major General Mohammad Dawran
BY PETER PIGOTT

Religious instruction in the Army and Air Corps is to educate the new recruits in the realities of Islam.

BY GEN WALT NATYNCZYK

The Chief of the Defence Staff takes this opportunity to talk about what the CF is doing well, and where improvement are necessary.

BY INDUSTRY SHOWCASE

Canada’s Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle RFP is approaching.

BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

Is the government calling the shots, or has the Cabinet abrogated its responsibilities?

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Three people from different ­backgrounds tackle the topic from widely different perspectives.