The road to new logistics trucks

The road to new logistics trucks

by Ian Coutts   “It’s déjà vu all over again.” That famed phrase attributed to Yogi Berra probably sums up the thoughts of anyone who has been following the Army’s continuing efforts to find replacements for its fleet of light and heavy logistics vehicles....

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Training in a pandemic

Training in a pandemic

As the training system ramps back up after a four month pause, restoring readiness and building resiliency are at the forefront for the commander of CADTC. by Chris Thatcher   If 14 months in the Middle East reinforced anything for Major-General Michel-Henri...

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Seeking new sources of water

Seeking new sources of water

by Major Don Parker   Potable water is essential to maintain life and conduct Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) operations anywhere in the world, but local sources cannot always be trusted. The CAF consumes potable water from two primary sources: a large Reverse...

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Against the Odds

Against the Odds

La version française de cet article est disponible après le texte anglais. by Master Corporal Mark Kusi-Appiah   The Patrol Pathfinder (PPF) is a legendary course run by the Canadian Army Advanced Warfare Centre, where mythical bush creatures crawl out from...

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Transitioning to meet new challenges

Transitioning to meet new challenges

by Allan Joyner   Anniversaries have a way of encouraging introspection. Last year’s anniversary of the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RCEME) Corps was no exception. After 75 years of evolving roles, RCEME is in a transition, and not for the...

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Tactical Mobility for Light Forces

Tactical Mobility for Light Forces

La version française de cet article est disponible après le texte anglais. by Chris Thatcher   When Canadian Army Light Forces next deploy into a conflict zone, it could be on a fleet of four-wheeled, lightweight, off-road vehicles. A request for information...

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