writers

(2006,
issue 1)
JOHN LEECH

Selection and Maintenance of the Aim.

(2005,
issue 4)
JOHN LEECH

The maritime environment is well known for its inherent dangers, quite apart from those always present in naval operations. Small wonder, then, that “those in peril on the sea” are right out there in the use and development of unmanned vehicles to help accomplish the mission.

(2005,
issue 3)
JOHN LEECH

Last Fall, the Canadian Chief of the Air Staff, in an outline of the future vision for Air Force transformation, announced that the need for high-quality real-time intelligence will lead the Air Force into an unprecedented focus on multi-sensor-equipped, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

(2005,
issue 2)
JOHN LEECH

Addressing the newest challenges and priorities of information management, Dan Ross helps to maximize IM capabilities in a diverse job with a broad scope and critical customers.

(2005,
issue 1)
JOHN LEECH

The military uses of unmanned (uninhabited!) vehicles have increased dramatically in the last few years.

(2004,
issue 5)
JOHN LEECH

FrontLine had the opportunity to chat with the Commandant about the Atlantic Littoral ISR Experiment (ALIX), the largest major undertaking in the ongoing CFEC program.

(2004,
issue 4)
JOHN LEECH

Unmanned systems are becoming apart of our lives now.

(2004,
issue 2)
JOHN LEECH

The Canadian Forces responds to the changing security environment.

(2004,
issue 1)
JOHN LEECH

Thanks to the timely work of a new association called UVS Canada and their first major conference, "Momentum 2003," held recently in Ottawa, there is now a focus and a platform for the kind of collaboration necessary to start exploring this potential.