Check out the NAOC’s recap of our Reserves 2000 event!
Paul Pryce examines the potential role drones can play in securing Canada’s waters against the incursion of submarines and other vessels.
The Canadian Forces has many stalled Arctic projects, but how much better are other countries in the region performing? Paul Pryce discusses.
Sandra Song explores the difficult relationship between UN peacekeeping and peacemaking, and how it affects the contributions made by the Canadian Armed Forces.
Jenny Yang explores the new Russian military doctrine and notions of Arctic development.
As defence procurement is downsized or delayed, Paul Pryce calls for more than a lukewarm commitment to Canada’s Arctic.
Tazrian Alam explains how today’s shootings in Ottawa are the latest in a long history of major security breaches and terrorism incidents in Ottawa and across Canada.
Craig Moorhead examines how lessons from Afghanistan can further enhance interoperability between the the the Canadian Regular Forces and the Reserves.
Craig Moorhead outlines options for all ages interested in a career with the Canadian Armed Forces.
Craig Moorhead analyzes the growing need for the presence of the Canadian Armed Forces in the Arctic.