GRODZINSKI, John R., Major (ed.). KING, S.F. HOPE, Ian HAMMOND, Lee J.
Title: Army Doctrine and Training Bulletin : Canada's Professional Journal on ArmyIssues / Le Bulletin de Doctrine et d'Instruction de l'Armée de Terre. Vol ume 4, No. 4, Winter / Hiver 2002.
Publisher:  Land Force Doctrine and Training System, Kingston, Ont., 2002,
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GRODZINSKI, John R., Major (ed.). The Army Doctrine and Training Bulletin :Canada's Professional Journal on Army Issues / Le Bulletin de Doctrine et d'Instruction de l'Armée de Terre : Le journal professionnel de l'Armée de terre du Canada. Volume 4, No. 4, Winter / Hiver 2002. Kingston, Ont.: LandForce Doctrine and Training System, 2002. Pp i-ii,1-92,(2); i-ii,1-106. Il lustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated grey and black card covers. Contents : Misunderstanding Mars and Minerva: the Canadian Army's failure to define an operational doctrine (by Lieutenant-Colonel Ian Hope, pp 16-35); Experience in officer professional development: a pillar in peril (by ColonelStuart A. Beare, pp 36-49); Operation "Anger": the little known Canadian v ictory at Arnhem in 1945 (by Captain S.F. King, pp 49-53); The anti-armour squadron at brigade group level (by Captain J.R. McKay, pp 54-57); Light punching: the case for an improved 105 mm tank round (by Major L.R. Mader, pp58-62); The continuum of leadership: a model for the future (by Sergeant A rthur Majoor, pp 63-69); Pre-deployment training for peace support operations: a revisionist's analysis (by Captain A.J. Vivian, pp 70-73); Tank: the Canadian Army's four-letter word (by Major Lee J. Hammond, pp 74-82); A simple tactical problem - "selection of the aim" (by Tacitus); and more. Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 20.00