writers

(2008,
issue 5)
GARY H. RICE

To fulfill future security and humanitarian missions requiring long-range fleet deployments, the Navy will need capabilities of both replenishment ships and purpose built expeditionary amphibious ships.

(2005,
issue 4)
GARY H. RICE

Because Canadians no longer live in a “fire-proof house” perhaps now might be the right occasion to pay heed to the words of Liddell Hart: “A self contained and sea-based amphibious force is the best kind of fire extinguisher because of its flexibility, reliability, logistics simplicity and relative economy.”

(2005,
issue 2)
GARY H. RICE

The vision of the future set out here is one that would see the adoption of a first ever made-in-Canada defence strategy that has its roots in doctrine that is as as old as Canada itself.