TABLE OF CONTENTS 2014 issue 1

Admiral Giuseppe De Giorgi
BY RICHARD BRAY

Interview with Admiral Giuseppe De Giorgi of Italy. Operations in the Arabian Gulf and Mediterranean Sea have brought Canadian and Italian navies into closer operational contact, and strengthened ties already forged within NATO.

Colonel André Dupuis
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

In this interview of DND's DG Space, Col André Dupuis asserts that Canada recognizes the multi-faceted need for space-based assets to fulfill a range of whole of government requirements.

BY BLAIR WATSON

Canada and other U.S. allies should monitor the sequestration situation, considering that its effects could again be “very damaging” to the American military.

BY KEN POLE

A new Defence Procurement Strategy and an independent Defence Analytics Institute have been announced. Will they have a key role to play in fixing defence procurement?

BY RICHARD BRAY

A decade of painfully public, thoroughly documented delays and renegotiations has taken the procurement beyond an embarrassment to a political liability.

BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

It seems that the whole notion of political party membership being the only way to power at the federal level might need a determined re-think.

BY LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

A National Crisis. The level of concern about mental health in the Canadian Forces has spiked with recent tragic losses.

BY RICHARD BRAY

Multiculturalism in the CF provides a clear advantage to the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) deployed to help the Philippines recover from Typhoon Haiyan.

BY FRONTLINE STAFF

The government’s new Space Policy Framework, which will serve as a guide for the Canadian space program’s future priorities and activities.

BY KEN POLE

The scope of products and technology subject to the CGRs would be significantly changed through proposed changes.

BY PHILIP KUSCHE

Opportunities to train with so many other nations in tough terrain demostrates the value of RIMPAC exercises. 

Industry & Innovation
BY FRONTLINE STAFF

The BC government will deliver on its $5 million campaign promise to the Aerospace sector.

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

There’s no denying that the Department of National Defence is in financial disarray.