Can you print that?

Can you print that?

by Canadian Army Today staff   Last September, two 3D polymer printers were among the equipment airlifted into Latvia for rotation 20-02 of Operation Reassurance. Army units have been experimenting with additive manufacturing (AM) since at least 2014, but the...
MEL and Remotely Operated Platforms

MEL and Remotely Operated Platforms

by Dr. Dominik Pudo, Dr. Jean-François Daigle, Capt Joanne Clifford, Capt Angela Starchuk, MWO Richard Landriault   Since the first demonstration of the laser (an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) in 1960, its applications have...
IDEaS to solve bad beard breaks

IDEaS to solve bad beard breaks

La version française de cet article est disponible après le texte anglais.   Beards and mustaches, neatly trimmed, of course, are a common sight on Army bases from coast to coast. The 2018 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) general order allowing facial hair and longer...
Unmanned in demand

Unmanned in demand

Unmanned aircraft have long been catnip for commanders on operations. The persistent feed of sensor data from ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance) platforms has been vital to the success of coalition missions globally. For over a...