writers

(2010,
issue 1)
JAMES CARELESS

Mexico’s military is embroiled in a civil war with the country’s drug cartels. It’s an battle with no apparent end in sight, and in which the very reason for bringing troops into the fray may well be their undoing.

(2009,
issue 6)
JAMES CARELESS

With some 1.4 million people actively serving in its armed forces, India has the third-largest military in the world.

(2009,
issue 5)
JAMES CARELESS

With no tangible military threats to worry about, the impetus behind foreign missions is to use military resources to do humanitarian and political good, plus provide support to Australia and other western allies.

(2009,
issue 4)
JAMES CARELESS

The Russian military is one of the largest military establishments in the world today, but in dire need of modernization and social reform.

(2009,
issue 3)
JAMES CARELESS

Specially-modified civilian aircraft can support specialized missions for less cost.

(2009,
issue 3)
JAMES CARELESS

Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) have become the most serious threat to Canada’s mission in Afghanistan. Established to spearhead Canada’s response to the IED threat, the C-IED Task Force is the CF’s prime weapon in this battle.