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Author Name:    DAVIS, C.J.R., Brig. Gen. (ed.). GODEFROY, Andrew B. BRENNAN, Patrick H. COPP, Terry

Title:   Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 9, No. 1, Spring 2006 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 9, No. 1, Printemps 2006

Publisher:    Canadian Army Journal, Kingston, Ontario , 2006, 

Seller ID:   95651

DAVID, C.J.R., Brig. Gen. (ed.). The Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 9, No. 1, Spring 2006 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 9, No. 1, Printemps 2006. (Kingston, Ontario : Canadian Army Journal, 2006). Pp 1-170,1-194. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated green card covers. Contents : A Part of our Heritage—Canada and the United Nations Emergency Force: 1956-1967 (by Robert L. Boyer); Editorial (by Major Andrew B. Godefroy); Directorate of Land Synthetic Environments Update—The Army Experimentation Centre: Supporting Army Capability Development (by Captain Robert D. Tesselaar); Good Men For a Hard Job: Infantry Battalion Commanders in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (by Patrick H. Brennan); Canadian Operational Art: The Siege of Boulogne and Calais (by Terry Copp); Transformations of War and Public Perception: Implications for 21st Century Warfare (by Robert Adinall); Manning Priorities—Does the Army Have Them Right? (by Lieutenant-Colonel (ret’d) David Pentney); The Role of the Infantry in the War of the Snakes (by Lieutenant-Colonel Wayne D. Eyre); An Urban Operations Training Capability for the Canadian (by Major Greg Burton); The LAV III in Urban Operations (by Captain David Hill and Captain Christian Breede); Advanced Marksmanship Training: Extending the Tactical Reach of the Section (by Major-General Ed Fitch and Sergeant Kurt Grant); plus book reviews. Back-to-back bilingual (French and English) texts. Tape-repaired tear across front cover, short tear to first 20 pages, else good. As is. 8.00

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