Canadian Military Journal, Issue 5, No 2
This issue of the Canadian Military Journal (CMJ) opens with a look at the impact of fear on soldiers in combat. Next, it explores the concept and application of defense knowledge management within the Canadian Forces (CF), appraises the utility of military degrees from the Royal Military College (RMC) and the Canadian Defence Academy for service in Canada's armed forces, and discusses methodologies available to Canadian military planners for determining ammunition stockpile levels. It also surveys the evolution of logistics sites to expedite the resupplying of Canadian vessels at sea, and sheds light on the military career of Canadian Lieutenant-Colonel (later Brigadier-General) George Stuart Tuxford during WWI.
© 2004 Canadian Military Journal (CMJ)
Bernd Horn, John Girard, David Last, William S Andrews, William J Hurley, Mark Watson, Andrew Godefroy