by Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Ann L. Griffiths.|
|Contributions||Griffiths, Ann Lynn, 1960-, Dalhousie University. Centre for Foreign Policy Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
THE CANADIAN FORCES AND INTEROPERABILITY: PANACEA OR PERDITION? is an indispensable source of information, argument and evidence for those who are seriously concerned about the implications of closer military integration with the United States . THE CANADIAN FORCES & INTEROPERABILITY: PANACEA OR PERDITION CENTRE for FOREIGN POLICY STUDIES – DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY There Is No Alternative: Reflections on “The Canadian Forces . The study is entitled “The Canadian Forces and the Doctrine of Interoperability: The Issues.” In fact, say the authors, Canadian defence planners are well-along in the process. Canadian defence planners have been moving towards greater interoperability with the United States in a manner that is far more comprehensive and rapidly paced than most Canadians realize.”. Interoperability, Integration, and Interdependence between the United States and Canadian Forces: Recreating the Devil’s Brigade, by Lieutenant Colonel Jesse Lamarand, USAF, 42 pages. In today’s complex security environment, the United States’ need for allies is greater than : Jesse W Lamarand.
Virtual Social Networking and Interoperability in the Canadian Forces Netcentric Environment Sylvain Pronovost Gerald Lai CAE Professional Services CAE Professional Services Innovation Drive, Suite Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2K 3G7 Contract Scientific Authority: Jacquelyn M. Crébolder, x Contract Number: WCited by: 2. historian for the Canadian Army’s NATO forces and is the author of several books, including War Without Battles: Canada’s NATO Brigade in Germany ; the controversial Canada and UN Peacekeeping: Cold War by Other Means ; and the forthcoming Operation KINETIC: The Canadians in Kosovo Dr. “Interoperability refers to the structured effort by two or more countries in an alliance to ensure that their forces can operate together seamlessly. In practical terms this means things such as operating procedures, common communications links, common doctrine and standards, and compatible equipment. Like the Canadian Armed Forces, the USCG Law Enforcement Detachments (LEDETs), with members deployed on Brandon, Edmonton and Kingston, are no strangers to inter-agency operations. Their operations, with centres in both San Diego and Miami, take them around the world, and feature similar partnerships like the one they have with Canada.
" The Canadian Forces and the Doctrine of Interoperability: The Issues ", Policy Matters Vol. 3 No. 7 IRPP, June Colonel Canadian Forces CFMA A Strategy for Canada-US Land Force Interoperability. Interoperability, Not Integration: Canadian Army Renewal Canada, Canada's NATO, Canadian Armed Forces, Defense, Paul Pryce Febru Febru Paul Pryce From January 26 until Febru , approximately Canadian soldiers from Petawawa, Kingston, and Gagetown participated in the American-led Exercise Warfighter at. Virtual Social Networking and Interoperability in the Canadian Forces Netcentric Environment Article (PDF Available) July with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The book begins with the Middlemiss and Stairs article, which has a stated purpose to explore the Canadian defence doctrine of “interoperability” and to draw attention to its potential implications. Part two of the book, entitled “The Debate”, contains nineteen.