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(2014,
issue 1)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

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

(2013,
issue 4)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

In Afghanistan, reservists fought shoulder to shoulder with Regular Force soldiers. Why does the system treat them differently when they return to Canada?

(2011,
issue 6)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

Light, at the end of a long tunnel.

(2010,
issue 4)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

The Queen arrived in Halifax to inspect warships from around the world. More than 5,000 sailors were welcomed by cheerful maritime hospitality.

(2010,
issue 3)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

The Royal Navy's Submarine Command Course was credited with reducing United Kingdom submarine losses in WWII.

(2010,
issue 2)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

With determined leadership, Canada’s strong and battle-hardened army has risen from the Decade of Darkness to stand internationally as an army of example.

(2010,
issue 1)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

Practice, practice, practice – this is what saves lives in the army. As 1 RCR Battle Group prepares for deployment to Afghanistan, practice is what they get at Fort Irwin’s National Training Center in the Mojave Desert.

(2010,
issue 1)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

In recent years, Canada has struggled to procure replacements or even refits for its military fleet of ships. The shipping industry is optimistic that a National Shipbuilding Strategy may be in the cards.

(2009,
issue 6)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

There has been a flurry of activity surrounding the Canadian government’s intention to invest over $40 billion into its Federal Fleets over the next 30 years.

(2008,
issue 4)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

We must take the next critical step in ensuring the transparency and efficiency of large capital procurement contracts.

(2008,
issue 1)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

Developing and maintaining an ­indigenous industrial capability would provide many benefits.

(2007,
issue 2)
LOUISE MERCIER-JOHNSON

Address program requirements earlier.