September 2014 Issue: Cyclones on the Way

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September 2014 Issue: Cyclones on the Way



  • Cyclones on the Way!: A report on the Sea King maritime helicopter replacement project — by David Pugliese
  • Veterans' Compensation: The war being raged at home — by Tyler Hooper
  • Canada's Jewish Ace: The Royal Flying Corps' little-known Roy Manzer — by Jon Guttman


  • CommentariesSerbia and Canada fighting on the right side of history — by Ambassador Mihailo Papazoglu; Serious means for serious ends — by Vincent J. Curtis; Suffering is secondary — by Michael Nickerson
  • Eye on Industry:  C4i: After expanding its business in the Middle East and U.S., C4i is setting sights on its home turf — by Jason McNaught; Mind Over Mines: Atlas Elektronik Canada takes the human element out of mine countermeasures — by Jason McNaught
  • Perspectives:  Standing on More Than Ceremony: A look at the CAF's 2014 Ceremonial Guard — by Lt(N) David Lewes;  1974: Lest We Forget, Part 2: Canadian Airborne Regiment holds the line during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus — by Robert Smol
  • Law & Order:  Military Grievances & CAF Tua Culpa: An inadequate framework for our military members — by Michel Drapeau & Joshua Juneau
  • In the News:  CDS commemoration; National Peacekeeping Day; First World War anniversary remembered; CADSI president Tim Page steps down; Canada Army Run 2014 sells out; Canada sends military equipment to Ukraine; HMCS Kingston heads to the Arctic; PPCLI memorial baton relay —  by Megan Brush
  • The Memory Project:  Joseph Friedman, tail gunner, Second World War
  • World War I:  Dunsterforce Part III: Dunsterforce or Dunsterfarcce? —  by Bob Gordon
  • The Old Guard:  Military unions; Disability tax credit; PTSD; Remembering the padres; Veterans of the Italian campaign in WWII; PPCLI and R22eR march in Freedom of the City parade —  by Les Peate
  • Trivia
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