CATEGORIES

(2016,
issue 6)

Canadian Signal Officer talks about the Army as an equal opportunity employer.

NATO: Diplomacy, Defence, Development
(2016,
issue 5)
BY CORNEL TURDEANU, BY JAZLYN MELNYCHUK

It’s no secret that the Canadian Armed Forces, as an organization, is faced with a public relations crisis on Canadian university campuses. Simon Fraser University takes on the challenge of mentoring university ­students to understand the importance of NATO and the complex ­military component of peace.

(2016,
issue 3)

A full-time biochemist for Transport Canada is a part-time soldier in the Canadian Army.

(2016,
issue 3)

Pinpointing tangible ways and means to strengthen the Army Reserve.

(2016,
issue 0)

More than six decades after the Battle of Kapyong, a young Korean immigrant was inspired to join the Canadian Army (CA).

(2014,
issue 6)

Division Commanders outline plans for their troops: training is the key to effectiveness.

VAdm Mark Norman
(2013,
issue 4)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

The new Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy, has taken the wheel during a time of renewed fiscal restraint. How will these priorities affect readiness throughout the fleet?

Future Forces
(2006,
issue 2)
BY ANGIE MORGAN

Many have argued that women should not serve in the military. Today every troop is asked to work harder and smarter. In a climate where the operational tempo is extremely high, imagine if our governments were to suddenly direct all women in the military to stand down from service and resign from the military…

(2006,
issue 2)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Communicating with the public is increasingly being seen as an essential (and inevitable) aspect of maintaining public support for Canada's dangerous missions. Both CF and government leaders have repeatedly stated the need to rally support for the young Canadian men and women who are presently in harms way…

(2004,
issue 5)
BY SUNIL RAM

The Royal Canadian Military Institute (RCMI) will see 5,000 more Regular Force positions and another 3,000 more Reserve positions created to ease the present manpower crisis in the military.