Canadian aerospace and joint studies. Vol. 1, Book 2, 2009/2010, Master of Defence Studies - select papers .: D4-11/1-2E-PDF

"The publication of The Curtis Papers supports the ongoing mandate of the Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre (CFAWC) to encourage the study of aerospace subjects of interest to both the RCAF and the joint defence community. One of the primary methods to achieve this goal is to publish, or to cause to have published, aerospace and joint material of a high professional and academic quality. The Canadian Forces College (CFC), through its Master of Defence Studies (MDS) programme, produces on an annual basis a number of papers that meet these criteria. The papers contained herein were selected from amongst a multitude of fine papers produced by the students of the Joint Command and Staff Programme. The Curtis Papers will be distributed to various Canadian and allied locations to serve as a resource for ongoing professional development and academic education. In this manner, they will increase aerospace awareness amongst broader civilian and military communities, while at the same time emphasizing the need for a joint perspective within aerospace forces”--Introd., p. iii.

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Department/Agency Canada. Department of National Defence.
Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre.
Canadian Forces College.
Title Canadian aerospace and joint studies. Vol. 1, Book 2, 2009/2010, Master of Defence Studies - select papers .
Variant title Master of Defence Studies - select papers
Series title The Curtis papers ; vol. 1, book 2, 2009/2010
Publication type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Other formats Paper-[English | French]
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Études aérospatiales canadiennes et interarmées. Vol. 1, Tome 2, 2009/2010, Mémoires de choix du programme de Maîtrise en études de la défense.
The ISSN (2291-2681) for the bilingual print edition has been copied in this electronic publication.
Includes bibliographical references.
Systemic operational design: a viable alternative to the Canadian Forces operational planning process /by Major Gregory W. Ivey(p. 1-44) --The impact of new media on military operations /by Major S. Mark Parsons(p. 45-83) --Hauling down the Jolly Roger: Canada’s stake, obligation and participation in countering maritime piracy /by Lieutenant-Commander David Patchell(p. 84-117) --Command, control and coordination of the third dimension: the evolution of army airspace after the Cold War /by Major Michael F. Notaro(p. 119-169) --The future of command and control in the Canadian Forces /by Lieutenant-Colonel Denis O’Reilly(p. 170-207).
Issued also in print format.
Publishing information [Ottawa] : National Defence, c2013.
Description iv, 207 p. : ill.
Catalogue number
  • D4-11/1-2E-PDF
Subject terms Armed forces
Military aviation
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