In his latest article, Craig Moorhead discusses issues of mental health in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Author: Craig Moorhead
Craig Moorhead is a 4th year undergraduate student at the University of Western Ontario completing a Double Major in Political Science and Criminology. A Toronto-native, Craig has worked for a number of years with the Toronto Police Marine Unit as an emergency responder performing Beach and Boat Rescue. His research interests include International Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism, as well as Defence Policy and Foreign Policy. Craig plans to study Government and Security Studies at the graduate level and later enter a career in the federal public service or in law enforcement.
Interoperability within the Canadian Armed Forces and Lessons from Afghanistan
Craig Moorhead examines how lessons from Afghanistan can further enhance interoperability between the the the Canadian Regular Forces and the Reserves.
Careers in the Canadian Armed Forces
Craig Moorhead outlines options for all ages interested in a career with the Canadian Armed Forces.
Presence and Role of the Canadian Forces and Reserve in the Arctic
Craig Moorhead analyzes the growing need for the presence of the Canadian Armed Forces in the Arctic.
Recruitment Woes and Officer Attrition in the Canadian Forces
Craig Moorhead discusses the dynamics of Canada’s military recruitment difficulties.
Reservist Employability in the Present Economic Climate
Craig Moorhead discusses the employment difficulties facing Canada’s former reservists.