A novel solution to a shaky C-6

A novel solution to a shaky C-6

by Ken Pole   Even when fully inflated to maintain shape – and perhaps especially so because of inherent vibrations – inflatable boats are not an ideal mount for infantry tasked with getting onto a beach quickly while maintaining suppressing fire at up to 1,100...
> Engaging with industry

> Engaging with industry

by Chris Thatcher   Shortly after OpenAI released ChatGPT last November, millions of people began interacting with the artificial intelligence-enabled chatbot, testing its abilities and fretting about its possibilities. For the military, it was a reminder of how...
Capabilities needed — urgently!

Capabilities needed — urgently!

by Staff   We’re not quite into “For the want of a nail … the kingdom was lost” territory, to paraphrase Benjamin Franklin. But for want of anti-tank weapons, air defence and counter-uncrewed aerial systems (UAS), defending troops, vehicles and headquarters...
Snipers set sights on new rifle

Snipers set sights on new rifle

by Ken Pole   If you’re a Canadian Army sniper, you can expect to have your new rifle no later than next April 1. All 229 of the bolt-action weapons, designated C21, are expected to be in the Army’s hands by year’s end, but it will take time to ensure that...