Cyber Warriors: Army Reserve units take up mission task of cyber operators

by Bill Williams Military attacks generally focus on an enemy’s weaknesses. When cybercriminals, for example, wanted plans for America’s new state-of-the-art Joint Strike Fighter, they targeted one of the project’s subcontractors. Cutting around heavily guarded...
Canadian Rangers teach enhanced wilderness survival

Canadian Rangers teach enhanced wilderness survival

by Lt Natasha Tersigni Coal Harbour, British Columbia — For members of 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (4 CRPG), operating in austere environments is second nature. Rangers are the Canadian Armed Forces’ eyes and ears in isolated, northern, and coastal communities...

More than just a truck

More than just a truck

By Allan Joyner   It might be the last and one of the least glamorous in a steady line of vehicle projects that have delivered logistics and combat trucks to the Canadian Army over the past five years, but the Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) project has the attention...

Bridging a gap

Bridging a gap

by Richard Bray   Tomorrow’s Canadian Army will get to the mission faster and safer, moving over a new generation of bridge and gap crossing equipment. At the Directorate of Land Requirements, Major François Langis has been working on the Bridge and Gap Crossing...

Stimulus policy

Stimulus policy

by Chris Thatcher   Like the proverbial iceberg, most of what you see at the Directorate of Land Requirements (DLR) is happening below the surface. The periodic requests for information and letters of interest issued to the defence industry on its behalf by...