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Vol. 6, No. 4, Winter 2005 – 2006

CWM Painting

Liberation of Almelo

Painting by Bruno Bobak

ISSN 1492-465X



Editor’s Corner

Letter to the Editor

Canadian Forces Transformation

From Minister Hellyer to General Hillier: Understanding the Fundamental Differences between the Unification of the Canadian Forces and its Present Transformation
by Brigadier-General Daniel Gosselin and Doctor Craig Stone

The Great White North

Renaissance in Canadian Arctic Security?
by Doctor Rob Huebert

“Great Game in a Cold Climate”: Canada’s Arctic Sovereignty in Question
by Lieutenant-Commander Guy Killaby

The Northwest Passage in Context
by Andrea Charron

The Canadian Rangers: A “Postmodern” Militia that Works
by P. Whitney Lackenbauer

Military Economics

The Hidden Cost of Operations: Foreign Exchange Risk Management in the Canadian Department of National Defence
by Doctor Naceur Essaddam, Major Christopher H. Bucar and Major Richard A. Groves

Special Operations

Canadian Special Operations Forces: Transforming Paradigms
by Doctor J. Paul de B. Taillon

Air Power

Improving Aircrew Interoperability in Coalition Warfare: Examining the Human Dimension of the Air Power Equation
by Colonel Greg Matte


The Early Problems of a Famous Militia Regiment: Why the 86th Regiment Was Disbanded
by Doctor Desmond Morton

A Bridge Too Far: The Canadian Role in the Evacuation of the British 1st Arnhem-Oosterbeek, September 1944
by David Bennett

Views and Opinions

Terrorism: Global Insecurity or Global Hyperbole?
by Louis A. Delvoie

Peacekeeping Then, Now and Always
by Doctor A. Walter Dorn

Commentary: The Labours of Hercules
by Martin Shadwick

Book Reviews

Aces, Warriors & Wingmen: Firsthand Accounts of Canada’s Fighter Pilots in the Second World War

Rules of Engagement: A Life in Conflict

All Tigers, No Donkeys
A Canadian Soldier in Croatia, 1994-1995

Leadership and Responsibility in the Second World War

Understanding Military Culture: A Canadian Perspective