writers

(2018,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

Proposed C-77 amendment to the National Defence Act aims to provide increased support and assistance for victims of crime committed within the Canadian military jurisdiction and eliminate summary trials.

(2018,
issue 1)
TIM DUNNE

Does the Canadian military’s disciplinary tribunal system conform to the spirit of 21st century Canadian expectations of justice and fair treatment?

(2018,
issue 00)
TIM DUNNE

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization must replace  secretary general. It's time for Canada to be recognized for its longtime commitment and many contributions.

(2017,
issue 5)
TIM DUNNE

Meet BGen Macaulay, the new Commander of reservist-based 5th Canadian Division, the “Army of the Atlantic”.

(2017,
issue 4)
TIM DUNNE

The Arctic draws global interest for several reasons. Operation Nanook is one of a series of northern deployments that provides the opportunity for the Canadian Armed Forces to be a catalyst to bring partnerships together for common cause and to provide help and assistance when and wherever necessary.

(2017,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

The politico-military alliance, originally envisaged by the US, Britain and Canada in 1947, has grown into today’s soon-to-be 29-nation alliance, but Canada has never led the organization.

(2017,
issue 00)
TIM DUNNE

Does poor judgement require strong punishment or does it create a teaching opportunity that offers life-long benefit?

(2017,
issue 00)
TIM DUNNE

The tragic case of Corporal Lionel Desmond has created a call to action for a joint federal-provincial inquiry. Canada must work harder to make sure that our brave warriors don't fall through the cracks of multiple jurisdictional efforts.

(2016,
issue 6)
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)
TIM DUNNE

There is a reason the Royal Canadian Navy’s submarine HMCS Windsor and her three sisters, Victoria, Corner Brook and Chicoutimi, carry the imposing moniker of hunter-killer submarines (SSK).

(2016,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

DND’s 2015 Report on Suicide Mortality in the CAF (1995-2014) shows that during the 20-year study period, 225 regular force males died by suicide. What is Health Services doing about that?

(2016,
issue 2)
TIM DUNNE

The Code of Service Discipline (part of the National Defence Act) touches every part of a military member’s life. Just how independent was the “independent review”?

(2016,
issue 0)
TIM DUNNE

Unlike Sebastian Junger's previous books, which were focused on single events or subjects, Tribe: on Homecoming and Belonging is a rambling narrative about the contrasts between how individuals live in modern society and life in smaller and closer communities. Junger directs much of his attention on the plight of soldiers returning from combat where each is intrinsically linked to his / her buddy and often depends on the unity of a small group for feelings of safety, security and comradeship.

(2016,
issue 0)
TIM DUNNE

Roméo Dallaire’s openness and candour about his experiences and reactions to the massacres in Rwanda make Waiting for First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD a difficult book to read. Harder still are his humbling acknowledgement that the shadow of Rwanda was also cast over the members of his family. This book provides the unvarnished story of one man's journey. As one former soldier who served under his command commented: "Former soldiers, be forewarned, and for everyone else, believe what you read."

(2015,
issue 6)
TIM DUNNE

The need to defend Canada always leads to a discussion of submarines. Now, climate change gives more credence to the need for nuclear-powered submarines.

(2015,
issue 4)
TIM DUNNE

Does the Canadian Armed Forces Need Military Police for investigations?

(2015,
issue 4)
TIM DUNNE

From the Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 headquarters in Bahrain, Commodore Brian Santarpia commanded the ships and aircraft of 30 nations in the multinational counter-terrorism task force.

(2014,
issue 5)
TIM DUNNE

The National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy is aimed at to rejuvenating Canada's ­shipbuilding industry by reversing its headlong thrust into irrelevance.

(2014,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

The French frigate replacement program has strong similarities to key aspects of Canada's CSC program.

(2013,
issue 5)
TIM DUNNE

With new ships on the horizon, Mari-Tech 2013 marine technical conference was the right place at the right time.

(2013,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

With French battleship Aquitaine on her shakedown cruise, the French Navy visits Halifax.

(2013,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

Canadians must confront increasing numbers of threats that await the unprepared, the careless, and the unaware.

(2013,
issue 1)
TIM DUNNE

Contrary to common belief, Canada punches above its weight in supporting NATO's efforts – it's time for Canada to shed its undeserved modesty.

(2012,
issue 5)
TIM DUNNE

The world’s oceans are anything but peaceful, in fact, the seas are more like “the wild west'' these days.

(2012,
issue 1)
TIM DUNNE

Does Canada need a 5G aircraft? A look at the arguments.

(2011,
issue 6)
TIM DUNNE

HMCS Charlottetown quickly responded to Op Unified Protector.

(2011,
issue 6)
TIM DUNNE

Defence Minister Peter MacKay hosted international leaders for discussions on key matters of global security.

(2011,
issue 4)
TIM DUNNE

A single bullet has halted the advance of enemy troops, confused battle plans and injected an additional level of fear into an adversary’s troops.

(2011,
issue 1)
TIM DUNNE

Using technology to reduce both training costs and the impact on student's lives.

(2011,
issue 1)
TIM DUNNE

Commander Maritime Forces Atlantic speaks with Tim Dunne about how the NSPS will help Canada revive its formerly powerful shipbuilding industry. Admiral Gardam also talks about how the Navy can help monitor and guard against numerous threats initiated from the maritime domain.

(2009,
issue 6)
TIM DUNNE

This most basic democratic right, surprisingly, is only partially available to members of the ­Canadian Forces whose service takes them away for several years.

(2009,
issue 4)
TIM DUNNE

The history of Afghanistan must be taken into account in any peace planning.

(2009,
issue 3)
TIM DUNNE

Since his recent return from Afghanistan as Commander, Brigadier-General Denis W. Thompson has been taking his message to Canadians during a cross-Canada speaking tour.

(2009,
issue 2)
TIM DUNNE

Noted specialists on Afghan affairs, Dr. David Kilcullen and J. Alexander Thier, tackle concerns about allied ­military operations in Afghanistan.