TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 issue 2

BY KEN POLE

Specialized and Amphibious Aircraft division optimize aircraft to meet a broad range of customer priorities.

BY PELICAN PRODUCTS INC.

New solutions can help organizations reduce their environmental impact.

Integration disparate subsystems to ensure mission success for Army, Navy, and Air Force application is critical.

BY ESTERLINE CMC ELECTRONICS

The Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration issued its final report on the TacView Portable Mission Display.

BY GORDAN E. VAN HOOK

Holistic energy management is proving ­successful for commercial fleets and can effectively cut costs for navies.

BY OSHKOSH TRUCKS

Advance offerings show high levels of protection and performance for the Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle.

BY EADS

Canada’s aerospace & defence industry boosts the employment picture.

BY TEXTRON

Today’s missions have highlighted a need for vehicles with greater survivability.

BY THOMAS WITHINGTON

The Canadian and French navies conduct navy-to-navy staff talks to improve interoperability.

BY CLAUDE BACHAND

Four key SAR concerns are the focus of upcoming recommendations from the Bloc Québecois.

BY LAURIE HAWN

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on National Defence visits Atlantic Canada to review SAR needs.

BY GILLES CHAMPOUX

Can Aboriginal toponymy be part of a solution to assert sovereignty in the Canadian Arctic?

BY LLOYD CAMPBELL

Understanding both the benefits and ­limitations of UAVs will help put the current debate in perspective.

LGen Walter Semianiw
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Protecting Canadians at home is ‘Job One’ for Canada Command. This organization is concerned with all aspects of national security – often working under the lead of Public Safety Canada to provide an important asset for emergency management.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Are the requirements for public safety, national security and military force converging? Gasp!

BY MDA

An example of achievement when conditions are set for success at the outset.