CATEGORIES

(2018,
issue 3)
BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

Helicopters and personnel will be deployed to Mali in August to augment what is arguably the most challenging UN mission in recent years. In addition to the challenges of protecting its own assets while supporting other members of the coalition, is the prospect of introducing female troops and personnel into a conflict zone where Muslim extremists control large swaths of the country.

(2018,
issue 3)
BY CHRIS KILFORD

The Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) is only as good as the troops and support it gets from contributing countries.

(2018,
issue 3)

Canadian troops have been providing assistance after flooding on both coasts.

Maritime Tactical Operations Group
(2016,
issue 6)
BY TIM DUNNE

A new tactical requirement to patrol and protect maritime trade routes has created a resurgence of vessel boardings and searches.

(2016,
issue 4)
BY TIM McDERMOTT

As Canada seeks to redefine its role in world affairs, perhaps it’s time to look at new alternatives to the way Canada can respond in the humanitarian role.

(2016,
issue 1)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

The Liberal Government has chosen to step back and make real change rather than incremental adjustments that tend to bog down the system with numerous workarounds...

(2014,
issue 1)
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.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY BETHAN NODWELL

While the recklessness grows, the international community deliberates, talks, debates – but does little.

(2006,
issue 6)

On 1 November 2006, Canada turned over the command of NATO troops in southern Afghanistan to the Netherlands. Dutch General Ton van Loon has taken over from Canadian General David Fraser, and has roughly 9,800 British, American, Canadian and Dutch troops serving under him in southern Afghanistan.

(2005,
issue 5)

The benefits of community-based policing and the value of the resulting partnerships have long been touted within policing circles.

(2005,
issue 5)
“Everything else is just transportation”

As a whole, SAR Techs are a remarkable group of people, true Canadian heroes who dedicate their lives to helping others and enjoy doing it.

(2005,
issue 3)
BY JAMES SIMIANA

Throughout much of 2004, Sudan, and in particular its western Darfur region, was the humanitarian crisis news story. It remains so today, largely because of the scale of human disaster and atrocities committed there, as well as the intractable nature of that regional conflict.

Interview: General Ray Henault
(2004,
issue 2)
BY JOHN LEECH

The Canadian Forces responds to the changing security environment.