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  Canadian Armed Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Canadian Forces are comprised of: the Canadian Forces Land Force Command, (which is the army branch); the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, (the naval branch); and the Canadian Forces Air Command, (the air force branch).
The Commander-in-Chief of Canadian Forces is the Queen of Canada and the military head of the Canadian Forces is the Chief of Defence Staff (Canada).
Battles which are particularly notable to the Canadian military include the Battle of Vimy Ridge in World War I and, in World War II, the Dieppe Raid, the Battle of Ortona, the Normandy Landings, the Battle of the Scheldt, the Battle of Britain, the Battle of the Atlantic, and the strategic bombing of German cities.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canadian_Armed_Forces   (4480 words)

 Military Operations Page
The task force found that China's military spending rose throughout the 1990s, and that the country is poised to become the predominant military power in East Asia, though it said North Korea could spark a change in the balance of power in the region.
Military and intelligence officials have acknowledged privately that CIA officers may be working with friendly Kurdish factions, but Myers statement was the first time the Pentagon publicly confirmed their presence.
Military officials, who asked not to be identified, said that the "Clear Skies 2" exercise did not call for launchers to be loaded with live warheads.
www.emergency.com /milpage.htm   (15010 words)

 Richter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Since 1945, Canadian governments have accepted that the country’s military forces are incapable of defending the country on their own and that as a result cooperation with the United States and other allies is necessary.
According to the army, “low-level operations” involve terrorism or some form of insurgency (with the application of the minimum necessary force), while a “midlevel operation” is another term for limited war, like the Gulf War or the 1999 Kosovo campaign, where the use of force is localized and noncontinuous.
Canadian CF-18s had not been reconfigured to carry the new, more accurate ordnance and as a result were limited to dropping “dumb” bombs against Iraqi artillery and vehicle convoys.
www.nwc.navy.mil /press/Review/2003/Winter/art3-w03.htm   (15406 words)

 Code Names   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The sheer volume and complexity of these operations ensures that the most politically important remain unreported by the press and shielded from the scrutiny of the American electorate.
Despite the intelligence failures of 9/11 and the questionable assumptions that led to the war in Iraq and govern the war on terrorism, the U.S. government argues for massive amounts of funding and resources, while at the same time claiming that public accountability would compromise their missions.
Arkin’s work as a military analyst for NBC News has spanned Desert Fox in Iraq in 1998, the 1999 Yugoslav war, the events of September 11, and current operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
www.codenames.org   (838 words)

 Military Operations Other than War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Evaluation of the historical events in terms of the military operations other than war (MOOTW) doctrines; Analysis of the factors that stressed the commitment of U.S. soldiers to their mission; Accounts of the MOOTW approach.
Joint Doctrine for Military Operations Other than War; Strategic importance of the Dominican republic to the U.S.; Call of the United Nations Security Council for the restoration to office of the democratically elected president of Haiti.
Civil affairs is a vital part of Marine Corps operational doctrine, serving as the interface between military operations and civilians during combat and peacetime.
www.au.af.mil /au/aul/bibs/mootw/mootw3.htm   (4213 words)

 Bruce Forsyth 's Military History Page
Bruce Forsyth served in the Canadian Navy Reserve from 1987-2000 as a Naval Signalman and a Military Policeman.
Prior to the Unification, military establishments across the country were identified as either Royal Canadian Air Force Station for the Air Force, His/Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship or Naval Radio Station for Naval shore stations or Camp or Barracks for the Army.
All that remains of RCAF Detachment Hartney is the abandoned and crumbling airfield and a quonset hut.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/Quarters/2529   (19067 words)

 No BMD, eh?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
OTTAWA - Canadian military planners believe the real aim of a U.S.-sponsored proposal for a North American missile defence system is to solidify American military and political power, rather than protect against so-called "rogue" states, according to Department of National Defence briefing papers.
At a closed-door military briefing in Ottawa last Nov. 15, Canadian defence policy officials pointed out the threat posed by nations such as North Korea or Iran is, at best, secondary to the main aim of the ballistic missile defence.
And so, given recent American expressions of concern about China's military spending and its space programme, it's not surprising that typical coverage of the Shenzhou IV mission would interpret China's achievement in the light of the superpower's expressed concerns.
www.nobmdeh.blogspot.com   (5340 words)

 Canada and North America (British Empire & Commonwealth Land Forces)
Canadian Forces Museums, by DND Directorate of History and Heritage.
Canadian Military and Naval History, by Canadian Museum of Civilisation.
Canadian Military History, by University of Kansas Dept. of History.
www.regiments.org /nations/namerica/canada.htm   (1925 words)

 Sources and Methods - US Military Operations
Units operating in the Sixth Fleet Area of Responsibility
Military Operations Since 1937 For Which a Campaign or Expeditionary Medal Has Been Awarded Or Operations Occuring During a Declared War
The Effects of Perstempo on Officer Retention in the U.S. Military Ronald D. Fricker, Jr.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/ops/links.htm   (271 words)

 Haze Gray & Underway - Naval History and Photography
World Navies Today - fleet lists for all the world's navies, updated regularly.
The Canadian Navy of Yesterday and Today - the ships of the Canadian Navy from 1910 to the present day.
Photo Galleries - over 3,000 ship photos from around the world, from historical ships to the present day.
www.hazegray.org   (181 words)

 U.S. Military Intelligence
Military Threats and Security Challenges Through 2015 (DIA testimony to SSCI Feb. 2000)(pdf)
JP2-1: Joint Intelligence Support to Military Operations via DTIC or local
Military Intelligence by John Patrick Finnegan (Chapters 1-11) via US Army Center for Military History
www.loyola.edu /dept/politics/milintel.html   (668 words)

 Related Websites for Military Historians
History Section, Department of Healthcare Operations, United States Army Medical Department Center and School
Canadian Forces Command and General Staff College, Military History Guide
The Military History Collections in the New York Public Library
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/websites.htm   (161 words)

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