Nova Scotia marine innovation gets $4.5-M boost from Irving
COVE is expected to train, attract and retain ocean talent; share resources; and enhance the global reputation of Canada’s marine technology cluster.
5 factors that can prevent faulty cost estimates
"A valuable cost analysis is not one that gives the customer the answer they want but gives the customer answer they need," says Andy Prince, manager at the engineering cost office, of NASA Marshall Space Flight Centre.
Lockheed Martin delivers combat trainer system to New Zealand Navy
The CMS 330 has been described as “the brain” of a naval ship because it integrates signals from radar and other combat systems.
HMCS Athabaskan takes final salute
The HMCS Athabaskan was the last of the four Iroquois-class destroyers which were fondly called the Sisters of the Space Age, or Tribals.
Parachute malfunction cited in SAR tech’s death
Master Cpl. Alfred Barr. of the 435 Transport and Rescue Squadron, was on training near Yorkton, Sask, when he was killed.
Accurate cost estimation critical to government, military procurement
Factors such as economic climate, politics, technological advances, even demographic challenges will always threaten to derail program budgets.
SAR tech dies in training accident
A Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Search and Rescue technician (SAR Tech) based at 17 Wing Winnipeg died in an……...
RCMP commissioner announces retirement
Canada’s top cop today announced that he is leaving his post this summer to spend more time with his family……...
Russian aggression prompts Canada to extend Ukraine mission
“The Government of Canada is committed to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people as they work to build a more secure, stable and prosperous country, and Canada continues to be at the forefront of the international community’s response to Russian aggression in Ukraine,” said Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.