TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 issue 4

Michael Hill

Sign up to join an elite corporate sporting event to raise funds to support Canadian reservists.

BY LEWIS MacKENZIE

Let’s face it: how do you say no to a couple of truly outstanding role models, even if they are RCR!

BY TIM DUNNE

A single bullet has halted the advance of enemy troops, confused battle plans and injected an additional level of fear into an adversary’s troops.

BY PETER HUBER

Options for improvements in effectiveness for successful Chaff deployment.

BY RAdm BRUCE JOHNSTON

A strategic surveillance strategy needs to be in place to orchestrate daily domestic operations for years to come.

BY MARKO BABIC

The bottom line is that counter-insurgency (COIN) is on its way out.

BY CHRISTIAN BEDFORD

An analysis of future trends in Somali piracy offers little in the way of hope that the situation will improve unless a new approach takes place.

BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

The Arctic Council recently signed an international treaty on Cooperation on Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) in the Arctic.

BY THOMAS WITHINGTON

Canadian aerospace companies such as CMC Electronics, Bombardier, Magellan Aerospace and others were well represented at the biannual Paris Air Show.

BY THOMAS WITHINGTON

Canada’s involvement tasked HMCS Charlottetown to assist evacuations of Canadian nationals from Libya as the situation inside deteriorated.

BY JANE KOKAN

Are Arctic sovereignty exercises necessary? Yes. And youth in the North are hungry for more challenges within the Canadian Rangers mandate.

BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

Hudson returns to take a look at key leaders in the new parliament.

Major R.D. Morrin
BY PETER PIGOTT

Peter Pigott interviews Major R.D. Morrin about the only designated air asset in the North – hardy Twin Otter pilots are uniquely motivated to fly.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Will the new Associate Minister of Defence (Procurement), Julian Fantino, de-clutter the playing field?

BY ALAN WILLIAMS

A case for competing Canada’s fighter aircraft requirements.

BY KEN POLE

Numerous entities provide input to Defence Procurement, why? And do their roles really need to be a whole of government effort?