Vol. 14, No. 4

by Stephen Quick

‘Billy’ Bishop’s dawn raid on a German aerodrome, 2 June 1917.

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Table of Contents

EDITOR’S CORNER

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

CANADA’S ARMY

A Canadian Approach to Command at the Operational Level
by Paul Johnston, Chris Madsen, Paul Mitchell, and Steven Moritsugu

WHOLE OF GOVERNMENT

Space Weather Situational Awareness and Its Effects upon a Joint, Interagency, Domestic, and Arctic Environment
by Patrick Perron

Explaining Collaboration Failures in Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan
by Brendan Alexander

AEROSPACE ISSUES

From First Principles – The Need for a Fighter-Capable Air Force
by Richard Shimooka and Don Macnamara

MILITARY TECHNOLOGY

The Proliferation, Diversity and Utility of Ground-based Robotic Technologies
by Gary Martinic

MILITARY HISTORY

The Second Métis War of 1885: A Case Study of Non-Commissioned Member Training and the Intermediate Leadership Program
by Robert-Falcon Ouellette

VIEWS AND OPINIONS

The Strategic Utility of Special Operations Forces
by Bernd Horn

The Flipped Classroom and Professional Military Education: A Preliminary Assessment of the Possibilities
by Adam Chapnick

COMMENTARY

Procurement, Optics, and Cyclones
by Martin Shadwick

BOOK REVIEW ESSAY

Billy Bishop, VC-Lone Wolf Hunter – The RAF Ace Re-examined
by Peter Kilduff
Reviewed by David L. Bashow

BOOK REVIEWS

The Bombers and the Bombed: Allied Air War Over Europe, 1940–1945
by Richard Overy
Reviewed by Peter J. Williams

Churchill’s Bomb: How the United States Overtook Britain in the First Nuclear Arms Race
by Graham Farmelo
Reviewed by Mark Tunnicliffe

FM 3-24/MCWP 3-33.5. Insurgencies and Countering Insurgencies
United States Army Combined Arms Center
Reviewed by James W. Moore