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Vol. 5, No. 3, Autumn 2004


Battle for Carpiquet Airfield

Painting by Captain Orville Norman Fisher
Canadian War Museum 12421

ISSN 1492-0786



When Cultures Collide: The Conventional Military/Sof Chasm
by Colonel Bernd Horn

Special Operations Forces: Ready, Relevant and Precise
by Lieutenant-Colonel Jamie Hammond

Canadian Special Operations Forces: A Blueprint for the Future
by Major Bernard J. Brister

Who Has Seen the Wind? An Historical Overview of Canadian Special Operations
by Dr. Sean Maloney


Interagency Coordination Within the National Security Community: Improving the Response to Terrorism
by Major Tim Lannon


Leadership for a Sustainable Culture of Peace: The un Mission in East Timor
by Major Thomas Rippon, Commodore Roger Girouard and Eliot Lowey


Canadian Security And Defence: The Maritime Dimension
by Lieutenant-Commander George Kearney and Lieutenant-Commander John Millar


Commentary: The Cyclone Chronicles
by Martin Shadwick


More Fighting for Canada: Five Battles, 1760-1944

Special Operations Forces and Elusive Enemy Ground Targets: Lessons from Vietnam and the Persian Gulf War

Images et sociétés. Le progrès, les médias, la guerre

America Unbound: The Bush Revolution in Foreign Policy

War as Crucifixion: Essays on Peace, Violence and “Just War” / When God Says War is Right: The Christian’s Perspective on How and When to Fight