Canadian Military Journal Vol 13. No 4.

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Vol. 13, No. 4

Fallen Comrades (Task Force Afghanistan)

Credit: Silvia Pecota

Fallen Comrades (Task Force Afghanistan)

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Table of Contents




Assessing and Managing Ethical Risk in Defence
by J. Peter Bradley and Shaun P. Tymchuk

Values, Ethics, and Mission Command: Trust as a Conscious Act of Force
by Daniel H. McCauley


Diversity Recruiting: It’s Time to Tip the Balance
by Chantal Fraser


Clausewitz and the Blue Flower of Romanticism
by Bill Bentley


Teaching Excellence: A Neglected Opportunity for DND Leadership
by Adam Chapnick

American Military Justice : When the Enemy Is Too Close
by Pascal Lévesque

Carrying the Torch Forward: The Revitalization of the Patrol Pathfinder Capability
by Cullen Downey and Nick Deshpande

Individual Training and Education (IT&E) Modernization for the Canadian Armed Forces
by Debbie Miller

May Peace Be Upon Us
by Garrett Lawless

Acquisition of Innovations in a Time of Rapid Change: Some Observations
by Robert J. Glickman


Reflections on Search and Rescue
by Martin Shadwick


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The Bravest Canadian: Fritz Peters, VC: The Making of a Hero of Two World Wars.
by Sam McBride
Reviewed by Jurgen Duewel

Behavioural Conflict – Why Understanding People and their Motivations will Prove Decisive to Future Conflict
by Major General Andrew Mackay (ret’d), and Commander Steve Tatham
Reviewed by Rita LePage

The Insurgents – David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War
by Fred Kaplan
Reviewed by Alain Cohen

A Nation in Making: The Organization and Administration of the Canadian Military during the First World War
by David Love
Reviewed by John R. Grodzinski