May 2015: CANSEC Preview Part Two: Army

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May 2015: CANSEC Preview Part Two: Army

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FEATURES:

  • Export Success:  In the wake of slow Army procurement projects, Canadian industry looks to export to buoy revenues — by David Pugliese
  • NOREX — Ontario Soldiers Train in the High Arctic:  NOREX 2015 gives the Arctic Response Company Group a chance to gain experience in Canada's north — by Capt Scott Atchison & Lt Jonathan Link
  • The Other Crucifixion:  Did German soldiers really crucify a Canadian soldier in WWI? — by Daniel J. Demers

STORIES:

  • Publisher's Letter:  Some actions do not deserve to be defended – by Scott Taylor
  • CommentariesUkraine, NATO and the Second World War — by James Bissett; International Whack-a-Terrorist — by Stewart Webb; Dark Days in Need of a White Knight – by Michael Nickerson
  • Eye on Industry:  Making the Best Better: CADSI makes changes to the format of CANSEC 2015 — by David Pugliese; It's a Rental: Buying trucks for the Army has turned out to be harder than one could imagine — by Jason McNaught;  Robots: They're taking over ... well, not exactly, but the robotics industry sure is — by Tyler Hooper; Pelican Products Canada: Building best-case scenarios — by Ally Foster; PMG Technologies: Cutting-edge crash laboratory pushes the limits of technology — by Ally Foster
  • Perspectives:  Winning Element: RMCC Cadets take silver at the Canadian Engineering Competition — by Officer Cadet Simon Ewing;  A 21st Century Navy Rooted in the Past: The Royal Canadian Navy is no newcomer to the Arctic — by Andrew Warden
  • Between the Covers:  Forced to Change: New book reveals an institutional resistance to change — by Col Bernd Horn & Dr. Bill Bentley
  • The Memory Project:  Harold Nahdin Young, Liberation of the Netherlands, Second World War
  • World War II:  Ortona: A nasty street battle that came to be known as Canada's 'little Stalingrad' — by Bob Gordon
  • The Old Guard:  Improvements at Veterans Affairs Canada; Veterans Review and Appeal Board; Comparing veterans benefits abroad; Guarding the guards at the National War Memorial; Canadian Combat Rations Program —  by Les Peate
  • In the News:  Moral clarity vs exit strategy in Iraq; The Cold War in Ukraine; Drug busting in the Pacific; NORAD exercises; Operation REASSURANCE; FWSAR: A light at the end of the tunnel; WWI trench art — by Newell Durnbrooke
  • Trivia
  • Letters to the Editor
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