TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 issue 3

BY JIM CARRUTHERS

The most expensive part of the ship procurements needs to be seriously considered. What is Canada's Payload policy?

BY PIERRE LEBLANC

Canada is only scratching the surface of future Cdn Ranger contributions in the North.

BY MARKO BABIC

Defence of the Global Commons has become an emerging policy issue for NATO, DoD and DND strategists.

BY GERALD PASH

Canada's respected contribution at U.S. Navy Pacific Headquarters.

Rear-Admiral Juan Guillermo Fierro Rocha
BY TIM LYNCH

Mexican Navy deals with increasingly threats by transnational organized crime and subversive elements.

BY KEN PENNIE

There has been a lively debate around the planned replacement of Canada's CF-18 fighter jets.

BY BLAIR WATSON

Since 1936, Canada’s military has trained thousands of non-pilot aircrew from nations on four continents.

BY KEN POLE

The F-35 would be only the third Canadian frontline fighter to have a single engine. What happens if power is lost?

BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

Most analysts would agree that the Atlantic has been the primary focus of Canada’s Navy – but that is changing.

BY KEN POLE

Each, to varying degrees, would be expected to address deficiencies in the current fleets of relatively “soft-skinned” vehicles which are deemed no longer capable of meeting current and future requirements for protection, mobility, ergonomics, information and intelligence sharing.

BY OSHKOSH TRUCKS

The Oshkosh prototype, and other best-in-class military vehicles and technologies, will be on display at CANSEC in Lansdowne Park.

BY KEN POLE

With a focus on core technologies, CMC Electronics quietly takes on the global avionics market, and wins.

BY KEN POLE

A quick update on the recent U.S. announcement of changes.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

The Conservative government has its well-deserved majority.